$1959sharing a roomAdd $479 for a single room for the entire trip (this also includes a single tent for trekkers).
We provide all meals during the Trek. Meals consist of a buffet selection of soup or appetizers, main course, dessert, and coffee or tea. Vegetarian and special needs options are available. All fresh fruits and salads are thoroughly cleaned with disinfected water prior to serving. We also provide at all times unlimited amounts of boiled and afterwards cooled drinking water.
A sample of the MENU while on the trail. Breakfast: oats, milk, coffee, bread, scrambled eggs, pancakes, yogurt, fruits, tea, chocolate, coffee, coca tea, orange juice. Lunch: fresh vegetables soups, maiz cream, escabeche (Peruvian styled marinated vegetables with chicken), fruit salads, hot drinks Dinner: Chicken soup, vegetables soups, saltado de lomo (chopped meat with french fried and tomato sauce, estofado de pollo (chicken stew), pasta with tomato sauce.
Rental sleeping bag $ 30.00 (you can notify the guide in Cusco if you will need to rent one and pay in USD at that time before the start of the trek. (or bring your own)
The Mountains (Machu Picchu, Cusco, Puno, Titicaca Lake)
April - October. This period is the dry season, with hot, dry days (20-25°C) and cold, dry nights, often hovering just above freezing, particularly in June and July. Weather changes with altitude and can change fast. Bring warm clothes and rain gear.
The Lares Trek is a beautiful 2 night/3 day trek covering Andean valleys, vistas of snowy peaks, mountain lakes, and visits to traditional communities. This amazing trek is one of the many Inca Trails in Peru and is considered a moderate to difficult hike for which you need to be prepared. The elevation is as high as 4500 meters. The trek is a one way trail and our route on it covers a total distance of about 40km. These are good reasons to be in good physical shape and spend a couple of days in a high altitude city such as Cusco before starting the trek (which we do).
On the Trek- We take care of supplying tents, sleeping mats, dining tent, and other supplies needed to set up a camp. We will be carrying that gear and setting up the camp for you. In addition we are preparing 3 meals a day for you, plus snacks, providing purified water for drinking, and guides to lead the hike and provide explanations and information. You are here to enjoy the scenery, challenge yourself with the hiking, and leave these other details to us.