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Llama Trek to Archaeological Remains


Llama Trek to Archaeological Remains (Full Day)


Llama Trek to Archaeological Remains (Full Day)


Llama Trek to Archaeological Remains (Full Day)

Trek Description

Enjoy an amazing walk through the picturesque Pumahuanca Valley in company of the llamas owned by the community families involved in the Llama Pack Project.

Before you start your trek you will be introduced to the Llama Pack Project, then the llamas will be gathered and packed and your trek will start. You will hike along the river, through native forests where the rare native trees such as queñual, aliso and chachacomo can still be found and you will learn all about the noble and native eco-friendly llamas and their importance to preserve high-Andean ecosystems. After a 2 to 3 hour walk uphill at slow pace, you will reach the archaeological remains of Inkarakai. There, with a beautiful view of the valley we will have a nice rest and then continue towards the outdoor picnic site. After a nice and recovering brunch, we will return walking downhill to the starting point.


  • Difficulty: Moderate – Intense.
  • Start time: 9 a.m
  • Duration: 6 – 7 hours.
  • Activity: Distance covered: 3.5 k.m. / Altitude gained: 2700 – 3200 m.a.s.l. / Trekking hours: 4 – 5 hours.
  • Starting/Ending point: La Pastura de Llama Pack, Quebrada Pumahuanca, Urubamba. (15 min. away from downtown Urubamba by ground transportation.)


  • Snack and picnic brunch.
  • Trek with llamas.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Llama herders from the community.
  • First-Aid kit.

Snack: Fruit, cookie, chocolate, energy drink.
Brunch: Fruit salad, three sandwich types, cake and cookies, juice and infusions.


Bring a lightweight personal backpack with drinking water, mosquito repellant, sunscreen, any personal medicine and your camera.

Wear comfortable clothes: Fresh long sleeved shirt, long pants, closed trekking shoes, hat, sunglasses, extra jacket for fresh breeze, and rainproof clothes. You may bring trekking poles.

Cash to buy local crafts and tips.

Online Booking

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