Do you want to know more about what will be your adventure with Wayki Trek? Do you want to know what you should pack? How you should prepare for your trip? Learn more about the city that you are going to visit: its customs, its food, its people, its climate, etc. All answers, you will find in our Blog. Every week, we will have something new to tell you. Learn more about our beautiful country, live the Andean challenge!
¿Clothing? What am I going to put on the trek?Jul 18th, 2017See more >>
Hey! Surely you are already scheduled to come to Peru for the Inca Trail and are a bit in doubt about what to take or not to take on the trek. Well, here are some important facts about what to use on the trek.
Wayki Trek’s associative workJul 03rd, 2017See more >>
The concept of associative work has changed its name in different stages of the development of our country. In fact, the term cooperative is very familiar in the interior of Peru. At the end of the 20th century, it was based on community - social models, which were eventually unsustainable for various economic and political reasons.
All you need to know before a TrekJun 23rd, 2017See more >>
Is almost there to visit our country and start to do the trekking that you were waiting for? ¿And it has not happened to you that you have some doubts that to ask about, but maybe just because you had not considered it before? Like the tip, or the physical state in which you should be, and many others. If the answer is yes, and you are also interested in knowing important tips prior to a hike, this article is for you.
The Chiri UchuJun 13th, 2017The Chiri Uchu in Quechua means "tasty spicy food", is a dish that evokes the tradition and gastronomy of Cusco, being a typical and representative dish of this citySee more >>
Guest Post- Inca Trek by Debbie LarsenNov 03rd, 2016See more >>
Today we are lucky enough to share a post written by one of our valued trekkers, Debbie Larsen! She joined us for the 2 Day Inca Trail back in September, and this was what she wrote about her experience with us. Thank you again, Debbie, for sharing this, and coming on this adventure with us!!