Roger Valencia - Private Guide in Cusco
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Languages: Spanish, English, German
If you’ve chosen Peru as your destination because of the mind-blowing landscapes and vast areas of untouched nature then you have made the right decision. Guide in Lima. Peru is a really beautiful and raw country that provides some of the best trekking experiences to tourists from all over the globe. There are some areas on the map that no man has set foot for ages. So if you’re looking forward for an exciting adventure filled with incredible views and nature at its finest, then you will certainly appreciate a private tour in Cusco with a professional private guide helping you to get the best experience of the place.
There are so many things to see in the Cusco region that you won’t know where to start first. That’s where Roger Valencia will help you! Private guide in Lima. With over 25 years of guiding experience, providing the most sophisticated tours of both the city and the vast surrounding mountain areas, Roger certainly knows how to deliver the best private tour a person could expect in Cusco.
Whether a cultural exploration of the former capital of the Inca Empire and its modern-day heritage or an adventure-filled mountain trekking experience, your trustful guide will always make sure that the impression you get here is the best you can imagine. And there are hundreds of tourists who have fell in love with the Cusco region because of Roger’s work. So why not becoming one of them and booking a private tour?
Latest Customer's Opinions:
Last October myself and a small group of hikers had a fantastic 5 days out of the beaten path experience in the mountains of Vilcanota range south of Cusco Peru.
Our trail is locally known as the Camino del Apu Ausangate, every day it was like being in a new film the scenario as it changed so much, from extensive pastures dotted with thousands of Llamas and Alpacas, to incredible colourful mountains, passing by Glaciers and lakes.
The hike itself despite the altitude was moderate, we started at some 13.500 ft, and went through a 16,500 pass, stayed in Tambos, or Andean lodges, these were very comfortable and the food was superb, thanks to Feliciano our chef..
The local community provides all the services, and Llamas carry your personal gear.. Orlando our host was a gracious, president of the community, He greeted us the first day with his harp and accompanied us in our trek.
We had the opportunity to meet with the Andean shepherds, and learned the myths and tradition of their communities, we also participated in a weaving demonstration , by the ladies from Osefina a neighbouring community.
Kimberly a fellow hiker was able to photograph wild Vicuņa.. and I was close to tears from emotion as we passed the Yauricunca pass.. We could only say thank You to our main Guide Roger, The trip was a life changing experience..