Porters, the soul of our route on the Inca TrailNov 14th, 2017It is possible that, usually it has been seen by some document, or some YouTube videos the silhouette of people of thin texture, some curved, with the skin of falcon; carrying huge duffels on the ancient Inca Trail. Well, these people are the Porters.See more
Food in Peru: A taste of Lima and CuscoNov 06th, 2017Whenever we imagine Peruvian food, we learn, feel, enjoy, but most importantly: We savor fusion of ancient cultures at our table.See more
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.
The Perfect Way to Acclimate to the Altitude before your Big TrekJul 26th, 2016If you're looking for an easy and strategic way to acclimate to the altitude before your trek, you've come to the right place! Read on to find out about our 3 Day Acclimitization package!See more
Time to get in shape for your trek!Jul 19th, 2016See more
One thing we’ve heard from some of our trekkers is that while people were warned that the trek was difficult, they’d sort of underestimated just *how* difficult, especially when factoring in the altitude. Because we don’t want that to happen to you, here are some basic training ideas you can use to get yourself in shape so you can fully enjoy your trek.