Alpaca Expeditions - 100% Local Tour Operator | TripAdvisor
When you surfs the internet, you will find many positive reviews about Alpaca Expeditions in shortly. There are even many keen reports and five-star ratings on TripAdvisor (approaching 2,000 in November 2018, which is fairly enough to make it legit). Although, this company is somewhat new on the scene (where competition is very strong); Alpaca Expeditions has proven its ability to become one of the best Inca Trail operators.
Why Choose Alpaca Expeditions?
- For its many positive reviews on TripAdvisor.
- As they use a unique itinerary to keep their passengers away from other groups.
- Since they have got private custom campsites full of vegetation, and moreover; their campsite at Llactapata provides amazing views of Machu Picchu.
- As they always travel with satellite phones to ensure passengers´ safety at all times.
- Since their team is made up by the most experienced Tour Guides, teams of Porters and Horsemen as well as Cooks who cater to every passenger need while creating incredible dishes.
- For providing welfare and high salaries to their Porters resulted in that team-mates respond with dedication and hard work.
What Alpaca Expeditions Operates?
If you are already decided to travel to Peru and Cusco and you have chosen Alpaca Expeditions for your trip, book it via Responsible People and Alpaca Expeditions will donate to our projects. We can offer you some discounts on hotels, tours and restaurants too. It does not matter if you travel with a group or as a solo traveller. In addition, you will make a good deed by supporting a needy, mountain community. Please help us to help!
Should you have any query or you like to book, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inca Trail Machu Picchu with Hotel
2 Days (From: USD 0.00)
2 day Inca Trail with camping, is a short trail to Machu Picchu. Alpaca Expedition will provide a professional guide, chef, porters and camping equipment. This hike is part of the Classic Inca Trail. « take it »
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