We pick you up from your hotel or hostel between 4:00 to 4:20 in our transport to go to Mollepata located north of Cusco, we will arrive in 2 hours approximately to this small town.
We arrived at Mollepata and enjoyed the delicious breakfast to start our adventure towards Humantay lake. We will continue in our private transport for approximately 1 more hour until Soraypampa which is located at 3900 m.s.n.m.
Our guide will give you some recommendations to start the trek to Humantay Lake located at 4200 m.s.n.m. Which is very close to the mountain Salkantay.
We start the hike to Humantay Lake for approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes; Enjoying the beautiful views of the snowy mountains Salkantay and Humantay.
When we reach Laguna Humantay we will enjoy the beautiful turquoise lagoon. There you will take the best photos. Later you will enjoy a small snack watching the beautiful landscapes, continue the walk back to Soraypampa.
In Soraypampa, (optional) people will receive the bike and bicycle equipment and the necessary indications by our guide, so that they begin with the adventure of return until Mollepata.
Enjoy the adventure on bikes descending from 4000 m.s.n.m. At 2600 m.s.n.m. For about 2 hours until you reach the town of Mollepata.
In the afternoon we will arriving to Mollepata and enjoy a delicious lunch. After lunch we return to Cusco in our private transport. We will arrived in Cusco around 7:00 p.m.; We drop you at your hotel.
Briefing one day before
Andean blessing (ancestral ceremony for protection with a local shaman)
First aid kit including oxygen (for any emergency)
Transport Cusco – Trailhead – Cusco
Breakfast and box Lunch
Professional trekking guide in English – Spanish
Hotel pickup and drop-off
1 walking stick
Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Drinks, unless specified
Gratuities for the guide and driver
Optional horse and wrangler $35USD (round trip)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
What you should bring:
A jacket or fleece.
Rain poncho (or rain jacket).
T-shirt and shorts.
Walking shoes or boots (waterproof).
Camera and extra batteries.
You can rent in our office:
Walking sticks (5.00 dollars per person) for the whole hike.