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The emergence of the “Adventure Lodge” is a travel trend we’re super excited about for 2020. Combining an adventure lodge, dude ranch or even a few nights camping in the back country in one of the Western United States national parks makes for a spectacular family trip. 

While America’s national parks are certainly awe inspiring, a dude ranch experience in the Wild West combines the magnificent natural beauty of the mountains with hand’s on fun for the whole family.


From hiking and biking to horseback riding and fly fishing, there is so much to do here – everyone will be thrilled. This is just one of our preferred itineraries, though as always each itinerary is completely customized for your family.


  • Hiking, biking, horseback riding & fly fishing! America's adventurous West is all about having fun outdoors.

  • Combination of resort and tented accommodations that the kids will love.

  • Expert guides have access to less crowded areas, keeping you away from the most congested areas of these popular national parks.




Arrive Cusco. The ancient capital of the Incan Empire, Cusco (or Cuzco in Spanish), is a charming city steeped in history and legends. Cusco is also one of the most visited cities in Peru. Fortunately it’s an easy place to wander around making it a fun place to explore with kids of all ages; the streets of Cusco were made for walking. This is the kind of place where you can wander around without a map and still stumble upon Incan ruins. 

DAY 2 - 4


After breakfast, depart Cusco around 8:30 am and head north out of the city. Visit an archaeological site en route before arriving at the small village of Chonta. Here, enjoy a warm up hike of about 2 hours round trip towards the condor viewing point. Enjoy a fresh boxed lunch while viewing the condors circling overhear before returning by the same path to Chonta and the vehicle. This is a condor conservation program managed by the local community. 


On Day 3, hike about 9 miles beginning with a quick ascent through micro climates and local farms, leveling off at an aquaduct that takes you all the way into Soray.

Day 4 begins with a hike to the striking blue Lake Humantay, nestled at the base of the southern face of the mountain. This hike shows you the breath-taking Glacial Lake of the Humantay Mountain.  Return to camp for lunch and then head back by car to Ecocamp Pincopata. In the afternoon, head out on bikes into town to visit a traditional Andean home and share some tea & drinks with a local family who has graciously opened their home to welcome families to learn about their culture. Tonight enjoy a marvelous traditional Peruvian dinner to bid farewell to the days of hiking, and end the day stargazing around a cozy bonfire.

DAY 5 - 6


This morning after breakfast, travel through small Quechua villages in the Sacred Valley to the archaeological site of Moray. At Moray, observe the extensive circular terraces where the Incas once experimented with adapting plants to new climates. From here, descend to the Saltpans, which have been harvested for hundreds of years.


Surrounded by the incredible views of the fertile valley below and the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Urubamba, continue hiking to the Urubamba River, where our vehicle will be waiting to take us to Ollantaytambo.  Here, board a train that will take you to the village of Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu Pueblo) about 1 hour 30 minutes.

First thing in the morning on Day 6, visit Machu Picchu. Enjoy a guided tour of about 4 hours, with optional time to hike on the mountain if desired. After lunch, take the train back to Ollantaytambo and road transfer to Cusco.