Private Guide offers: PEROYNILLOQ WATERFALL – INTI PUNKU (3 D – 2 N)

Day 1:

Pickup from the Hotel and transfer to the bridge below Socma. We’ll start walking uphill from the road to the small community of Socma (3,188m/10,460ft), where we’ll have our Box lunch. After lunch we’ll keep on walking up the valley to arrive at the Incan made waterfall of Peroynilloq, of about 30m altitude. After spending some time in this amazing place surrounded by old Sauco trees, we’ll continue walking to arrive to our first campsite (3,527m/11,570ft), in amazing ruins built in the top of the waterfall with magnificent views of the valley below.

Day 2:

We’ll start the day with a nice hot breakfast to get ready for the hike. After that we’ll start the ascent on the mountain pass that will bring us to the flat highlands, having lunch just before the pass. After the pass, we’ll walk through amazing lunar scenery, full of local fauna from the highlands of the Andes, surrounded by small rivers and lakes, to arrive to our campsite of the day.

Day 3:

After our breakfast in our campsite, we’ll start the day walking the end of the plateau. After which we start a steep descent that will bring us to t Inti Punku (3,886m/12,750ft), where we can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Ollantaytambo and the end of the Sacred Valley. After spending some time in this magical place, we’ll continue our descent to lunch. After lunch, we’ll continue our way down through the Cacchicata Quarries, where we’ll spend some time admiring the fine stone work of the Incas. We will continue walking following a path marked with the “Sleeping Stones”, stones that were abandoned by the Incas once the Spaniards arrived to Ollantaytambo and prevented the Incas from finishing the construction of the temple. This path will bring us to the Inca Bridge, at the entrance of Ollantaytambo, and the end of this wonderful journey.


  • Meals for the duration on the trek (Breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner)
  • Doite 4-man tents with 2 person occupancy
  • Sleeping pad
  • First aid kit
  • Multi lingual guide service
  • Chef and assistant, if necessary
  • Pack mules and muleteers
  • Kitchen, dining and toilet tents
  • Transportation


  • Breakfast first day and dinner last day
  • Personal snacks and alcoholic beverages
  • Sleeping bag (available for rent)
  • Extra riding horses (available for rent upon request prior to departure)
  • Mandatory Travel Insurance
  • Tips for guides, cooks and muleteers