We have five Ecocamps on the route to Machu Picchu. All of them are strategically located along the Salkantay Trail, within the great Vilcabamba mountain range. Every Ecocamp has 28m2 (300ft2) dome sleeping tents, a Dining Dome and at Pincopata and Soray a Lobby Bar Dome where you can relax after a day on the trails.
Our first Ecocamp is located ten minutes away from the quiet town of Mollepata in the province of Limatambo. Using green technology, it offers the area’s first 100% sustainable camping experience.
The camp boasts beautiful green lawns and plenty of local flowers planted across the whole area. The large fire pit in a quiet corner of the camp allows for the perfect place for stargazing.
Soray is our second Ecocamp and a 45-minute drive or day trekking from Pincopata. Soraypampa is the beautiful and peaceful area that is only home to a few campsites and our Ecocamp, overlooked by both the Sacred Humantay and Salkantay mountains.
Due to the altitude and the cooler temperatures, the environment in Soray Ecocamp is very different to Pincopata, and gives the opportunity to experience a different ecosystem. It offers wonderful views to the snow-capped mountains.
The highest of all the Ecocamps sitting at 3,900 m / 12,792 ft and the most remote camp. The camp has a more adventurous feel but still offers hot showers, warm cosy beds and great food tailored to this elevation. As Humantay is the coldest camp on the trail due to its altitude, we provide thicker blankets and hot water bottles at night for extra warmth. Our camp is located on a flat expanse of pampa overlooked by Mount Humantay.
The beautiful Ecocamp is the only accommodation offered in the area. The exclusive route between Huayra and Milpo means that you will not meet any other travelers along the way. The camp is located in the cloud forest region, offering the chance to spot endemic orchid species right amongst the domes.
The domes all face the valley across the river, a very peaceful and tranquil area, where the only sound comes from the river in the basin below.
Our comfortable, locally owned Ecolodge is situated in Santa Teresa, not far from Machu Picchu. The entire lodge uses natural materials, including wood, rock and bamboo. Ever dreamed of living in a grown-up’s treehouse/ This is that dream come true. Massages, Andean Spa and outdoor Jacuzzi can be booked with advance notice. The nearby Colcamayo hot springs are actually much nicer as well and hotter than those in Augas Calientes.