This is an extraordinary trek going between Mt Illimani (6.462mts.) and Mt Mururata (5.800 mts.), leading us from the highlands to the warm subtropical zones.
The most interesting, but also the hardest route of the three “Inca Trails”. That’s why is less popular, that means fewer people and less litter, more wildlife, expect to see eagles, condors, hawks, hummingbirds and vultures. Like another Inca Trails, you start high and drop low; you can take advantage to go through the full gamut of climate zones. A trek with good stretches of pre – Hispanic paving that connects the village of Chuñawi with Chulumani, the Sud Yungas provincial capital.
Day 01: From La Paz city transport to Chuñawi town (4.200 m.a.s.l.). Night camping.
Day 02: Chuñavi – Cerro Kala Ciudad (4,378 m.a.s.l.). Night camping.
Day 03: Cerro Kala Ciudad – Solaka pampa (3.200 m.a.s.l.) Night camping.
Day 04: Solaka pampa – Estancia Aguallani - (2.500 m.a.s.l.) Sikilini. Night camping.
Day 05: Chulumani – La Paz. Return to La Paz city.
Good shape and good resistance in the effort of the altitude requires Choro trek an acclimatizing process is essential in order to have a nice expedition.
A mountain trekking guide, who also belongs to the High Mountain and Trekking Guides Association of Bolivia. AGMT
Our guides are qualified to solve any problem during the trekking. The guides speak Spanish and English.
LLama, donkey or mule will carry the equipment, food, tents, during the trekking.
Trekkers should carry their personal equipment.
We have camping equipment like North Face or Mountain Hardware tents, dinning tents, toilet tent; those are included during the excursion.
The trekking techniques are walking in a slow step without to lose the speed.
Our experienced cook three meals a day during the expedition. We have two kind of food vegetarian and no vegetarian. Dried fruit or energetic bars are recommended.