INSIDE OUR CHOQUEQUIRAO GUIDEBOOK, YOU'LL FIND:
THE NEXT MACHU PICCHU
While Choquequirao closely resembles Machu Picchu with terraces, temples, plazas, and aqueducts, there is one very noticeable difference between the two: Machu Picchu gets over 3,000 visitors per day, while Choquequirao sees an average of only 20. This is because getting Choquequirao is an adventure in the true sense of the word. Sitting high in the Vilcabamba mountain range, the 15th-century archeological complex is accessible only by the very tough Choquequirao trek.
The route is relatively unknown compared to other treks in the Sacred Valley. When researching the trip in 2017, we found that information was scarce, outdated, or impossible to find! In the pages of this book, we'll give you everything you need to escape the crowds and confidently take on the Choquequirao trek for yourself.
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THE CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK - A GUIDE TO HIKING THE OTHER INCA TRAIL
by Travel Outlandish
"The Choquequirao Trek - A Guide to Hiking the Other Inca Trail" is the first edition Travel Outlandish Guide created by the South America experts at Travel Outlandish. Discover what makes the Choquequirao Trek a good Inca Trail alternative when you experience this less-traveled hiking trail for yourself.
Available in PDF or Amazon Kindle ($6.99) from April 2019