Action Peru Treks

What Makes us Different?

  1. We are 100% indigenously owned and operated! The fact that our  company is completely local means all the money paid for treks goes  right back into the local economy! We pay our taxes to Peru, which
    goes into funding local and national government projects and  infrastructure!
  2. All our guides have worked in every facet of the business. Every guide starts off by working in the office doing bookings and providing  customer service. Then our guides are required to work as porters for
    a certain period of time. There are a few “chef” shifts included in this  training process!
  3. We have a long-standing relationship with all our porters (average  of five years). We believe we have the best porters in the business due to mutual respect. They provide their unbelievably hard work and we  treat them as colleagues and family including above average compensation.
  4. Our guides have a minimum of five years experience.
  5. We are truly flexible enough to provide any kind of trip traditional or  not. We are the only company in Peru that offers the Ancashcocha + Inca Trail trek. We will be happy to be the only company in Cusco to  offer you whatever customized trek you want or design one for you to your exact specifications.
  6. Our team of guides are all local to the Cusco area and speak both Spanish and English fluently with the majority of them also speaking Qhechua (the Inca language).
  7. We keep our groups very small so that every customer has the best personalized service! Our maximum group size is 10 but it is rarely that large. If the group is larger than eight people we will have two
  8. We don’t have any hidden fees. Included in our price is a duffle bag that can carry eight kg / six kg. of personal gear, which will be carried by a porter or on a mule!
  9. When staying in Aguas Calientes all our clients lodge is in a nice and confortable hotel and eat dinner at the best restaurant in Aguas Calientes, Indio Feliz. The majority of trekking companies have their clients stay at a hostel in Aguas Calientes.