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'''Cachora''' is the most popular starting point for travelers who want to see the amazing newly-rediscovered Incan site, '''Choquequirao'''.   
 
'''Cachora''' is the most popular starting point for travelers who want to see the amazing newly-rediscovered Incan site, '''Choquequirao'''.   
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[[Image:Cachora.Main.JPG|thumb|280px|Main street of Cachora]]
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[[Image:Turismo.Cachora.JPG|thumb|280px|Main street of Cachorao]]
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[[Image:Choque.sign.a.JPG|thumb|280px|Information about the trail to Choquequirao]]
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[[Image:Choque.sign.b.JPG|thumb|280px|Information about the trail to Choquequirao]]
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[[Image:Apurimac.Cachora.JPG|thumb|280px|Horses, Mules and the Apurimac river near Cachora]]
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Revision as of 12:45, 28 October 2010

Cachora is the most popular starting point for travelers who want to see the amazing newly-rediscovered Incan site, Choquequirao.


Main street of Cachora
Main street of Cachorao
Information about the trail to Choquequirao
Information about the trail to Choquequirao
Horses, Mules and the Apurimac river near Cachora


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Get in

Buses leave for Abancay from Cusco at 5:00am, ask the driver to stop at the turn off for Cachora, just past Saywite. You need to take a taxi from the main road to the town. Taxis often wait for the people from the bus, except on Sunday when you might have to wait an hour.

Get around

See

Do

Hike to Choquequirao (two days each way with the option of continuing to Machu Picchu).

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Get out

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