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Qeros trek 4 Days – Hike and Expiritual Experience

Qeros trek 4 Days – Hike and Expiritual Experience

4 Days from $ USD 585.00

Qeros trek 4 Days – Hike and Expiritual Experience

4 Days from $ 585 | Welcome to the universal consciousness of Mother earth

| Min Altitude: 2200msnm (3545 fasl) | Max Altitude: 2200msnm (3545 fasl)
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$ USD 585.00
4 Days
Group Size
Min 2 Persons
Physical Level


During your visit to the Q’eros community, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in traditional ceremonies and learn about their spiritual practices. You’ll also have the chance to learn about traditional weaving and agricultural techniques, which are an essential part of their way of life.

The Qeros Trek is a challenging trek that requires a good level of physical fitness and acclimatization to the high altitude. The trek takes around six days, and you’ll be camping in remote locations along the way. However, the effort is well worth it, as the experience is truly unique and unforgettable.

In conclusion, the Qeros Trek is an incredible opportunity to immerse yourself in the traditional culture and way of life of the Qeros people. This trek offers a chance to explore some of the most stunning Andean landscapes while learning about the spiritual and cultural practices of one of the most isolated and traditional indigenous communities in the Andes. If you’re looking for a unique and off-the-beaten-path trekking experience, the Qeros Trek is definitely worth considering.

Trip details

  • Location: Peru
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Type: Ceremny, Hiking & Adventure Tours
  • Destinations: Cusco, Paucartambo, Chua Chua, Q’eros Community, kataccocha, Huamalipa Apu lake, Hatun Q’ero, Qochamocco
  • Difficulty: Intense
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We will be departing from Cusco at 6:00 am to the destination of Hatun Q’eros (known as the last Inca ayllu). During the tour, we will behold the scenic beauty of the Andean Mountains. We will first visit the archaeological park of Ninamarca and then we will continue to the Paucartambo folk village.

There we will have lunch and we will be able to observe the Carlos III bridge and the traditional colonial town; we will then continue our trip to Chua Chua – Q´eros arriving at approximately 14:00 hours. In the afternoon we will have a conversation about the various ceremonies that will be held during our trip and the Q’ero priest will perform the first one as the karpay ceremony.



We wake up at 6:00 in the morning to have our energetic breakfast at 6:30 am. Our healing walk begins at 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. downhill, a walk of approximately 5 hours along the traditional path of the Community, the route is 10 kilometers long and upon reaching Hatun Q’eros (3750 masl), a place where the important agreements and festivities of the Q’ero Community are given, a suitable environment to rest with a warm climate and more vegetation will be the destination of our lunch and then visit the small archaeological remains that exist in the town that are not preserved, but you can still appreciate and take pictures.

If we have a ceremony, it can be done in the afternoon from 4 pm and after the short walk in Q’eros, we will have dinner and then rest.



We will wake up at 6:00 a.m. to have our local breakfast together with the Q’eros family and start the walk uphill until we reach a small town called Qochamocco, the perfect place to have lunch and get to know another small town on the Q’ero community, a 9 km walk uphill, after our lunch we continue walking towards the sacred mountain Huamanlipa.

Arriving at 4pm, we have time to set up our tent and in the afternoon around 5pm our ceremonial begins, where our visiting brothers have the opportunity to share their personal healing and we spend our last night in the Q’ero.



Like the previous mornings, we wake up at 6:00 am to have our last breakfast in the high mountains and after our breakfast, we will perform the traditional ceremony of the Q’ero Community, cleaning in a small lagoon around Huamanlipa and the sacred Kataccocha lagoon. Then we will go through CHUCOPILLA, the highest pass of the walk at 4780 masl, the perfect place to take photos and appreciate nature and listen to your inner energy.

A 4-hour walk we arrive at Chua Chua, where the last lunch awaits us and after our lunch, you can support the community with your local crafts and share for the last time. After this small activity we take our return transport, a trip of approximately 5 hours. and we leave in the city of Cusco.


What to Bring

  • Our horses carry up to 6kg of your belongings. This should include your Sleeping Bag and mats or floor insulation (if you bring or rent one). Here these two objects weigh 3 kg.
  • 2-3 hiking pants
  • 4 sets of underwear.
  • 4 pairs of hiking socks
  • 1 warm jacket – it is very cold at night
  • 1 raincoat and pants
  • 1 wool hat
  • Flashlight: essential
  • Waterproof gloves (even if they are ski gloves, the better)
  • Comfortable shoes for camping.
  • comfortable walking shoes
  • Waterproof jacket / rain poncho
  • Quick drying towel. We offer small things, you can enjoy something bigger.
  • Soap bottle: we provide warm water for daily cleaning; You may feel cold when you take the soap.
  • Charger: Don’t plug it in anywhere while walking!
  • Large plastic bags: to keep things neat, messy and clean.


  • sunscreen
  • moisturizing face cream
  • Insect repellent
  • hand sanitizer
  • Towels
  • toothbrush and paste
  • toilet paper
  • personal medicine
  • First aid kit: bandages, moleskin, etc.

What to pack:

  • Backpacks can be of any size for hiking, but we always recommend that the smaller the better. Backpacks of more than 25 liters are not allowed in Machu Picchu. If it is larger, you will need to store it outside the citadel gates. For water you need to bring Camel Back or Canteen
  • rain poncho
  • wool hat



  • Original passport
  • Current University Student Card (if you are a student and want to qualify for a discounted price)
  • Hiking/trekking boots
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts (quick-drying)
  • Comfortable trekking pants
  • Sun hat
  • Sunscreen (SPF 35+)
  • Insect repellent (We highly recommend a NATURAL repellent)
  • Toiletries and hand sanitizer.
  • Personal medication
  • Camera and video camera.
  • Flashlight with extra batteries (or an environmentally friendly option).

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Number of persons Price per person
2 Persons or more $ USD 585.00 Inquire Now

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