The human group that works in Wayki Trek is formed by professional and experienced people in the field. All our areas are formed by wonderful people and we work every day together to provide a good service to our customers and to meet their satisfaction.
Leonidas Cusi (Leo Cusi) Director
He studied the career of tourism at the Andean University of Cusco, specialized in sustainable tourism and graduated from the standardization of quality service in the Inca Trail. He is currently doing a Master.
He was born in an Andean community outside of Cusco, where he spent his childhood helping with farming activities, putting into practice the ancient customs of their culture and, today, he share that knowladge with all visitors.
For many years, he worked directly in the field of treks; as a porter, cook and guide for various local and international companies.
After having extensive experience, he founded Wayki Trek, in order to show the world the beauty and customs of their land and the objective of providing a better future for his people.
His passion is to travel to different rural communities and work in social projects, improving the quality of life of the locals.
Americo Aguilar Manager
He studied the career of Tourism and Accounting at the University San Antonio Abad of Cusco. He born in Pacarectambo, a community located south of the city of Cusco. He worked for many years directly with the Inca Trail and other treks for locals and foreign companies, sharing a unique experience with travelers from around the world. Then, he joined together with Leo Cusi's dream to found Wayki Trek. Today, he organizes and monitors the team and ensures that our customers have a unique experience.
– Degree Tourism Management
– Certifide Tourist Guide
– Bachelor of Advertising and Communication
Enjoy four days of the history of the ancient Inca Trail
Enjoy five days of the history of the ancient Inca Trail.
Experience a variety of climates, landscapes and various altitudes in one walk; and have as a witness: the Apu Salkantay.
The route of the weavers. Meet the living museum of the Incas with this hike.