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Location: The Inca Trail that heads towards the world famous “Lost City of the Incas”, Machu Picchu. Included are visits to the ruins of: Llactapata – Huayllabamba – Llulucha Pampa- Warmiwañusca – Runkuracay – Sayacmarca – Phuyupatamarca – Wiñayhuayna – Machu Picchu.
Starting / Ending Point: Your hotel or hostel in Cusco.
 The Inca Trail that heads towards the world famous “Lost City of the Incas”, Machu Picchu, was used by the Incas to communicate with the “Antis” (the jungle people). This trail is the best known and most popular hike in Peru. The Inca Trail (distance about 45 kilometres) links a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins. Along the way the natural scenery is breath-taking, with views of snow capped mountains and the cloud forest. The four day tour includes a one day visit to the unforgettable ruins of Machu Picchu. A truly unforgettable experience!

Day 1:
 Between 6.00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. you will be picked up from your hotel by bus. You travel to Chilca, situated at kilometer 82 which is the start of the Inca Trail. Here we will meet the porters and the cooks that will accompany us on our journey. We trek until the campsite at Huayllabamba, where we will enjoy a hot meal and spend the night.

Day 2:
 After breakfast we will start hiking, ascending to the highest point on the trail, over 4200 meters above sea level. This place is called the Dead Woman’s Pass (Warmi Wañusca), and there are amazing views! After lunch we descend to Pacaymayo where we will camp overnight.

Day 3:
 After breakfast we head off towards Runku Rakay to cross the 2nd pass at 3800 meters above sea level. We will descend to Sayacmarca, an important archeological site where we will have lunch. After lunch we continue to Wiñayhuayna where we spend our third and final night on the trail.

Day 4:
 After breakfast we will go into the Sun Gate (Inti Punku), which is the entrance of the ancient city of Machu Picchu. From this point we can see the ruins in all their glory! Later on, in the ruins, we will have a guided tour. After spending time in the ruins, we will descend to the village of Aguas Calientes by bus. From there we will return to Cusco by train.

* the exact program, including the campsites, is subject to change, due to weather, the client’s walking ability, and other unexpected circumstances.

4 Days/ 3 Nights

Your hotel or hostel in Cusco.

  1. Pre-departure orientation meeting (1 or 2 days before departure)
  2. Professional English –Spanish speaking guide
  3. Extra guide and assistant cook for groups bigger than 8 people
  4. Pick up at hotel by bus and transfer to kilometer 82.
  5. Entrance fees to the Inca trail and Machu Picchu.
  6. Double occupancy tents (all new equipment!)
  7. Camping Equipment: kitchen tent, dining tent, chairs, tables and comfortable mattresses, toilet.
  8. Cook
  9. Porters for the food and camping equipment
  10. All meals, snacks and coffee/tea breaks
  11. First Aid Kit with oxygen
  12. Radios for communication in case of emergencies
  13. Train back to Cusco (Back Packer)
  14. Bus ticket from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes.
  15. Transfer from the train station back to hotel

  1. Sleeping bag
  2. Breakfast on the day of departure
  3. Lunch & Dinner on the fourth day
  4. TIPS for porters, guides, cooks

Please for price quotation and further information.

To avoid problems with to the altitude, we recommend that you arrive at least 48 hrs prior to departure of the Inca Trail. Please contact us as soon as you get to Cusco to organize the pre-departure meeting.

Since 2004, the number of trek permits is limited to 500 per day (about 200 tourists and 300 trekking staff) so if you want to do this trek it is VITAL to book well in advance. For the high season (May to September) it advisable to book at least 3 months in advance to guarantee a place. Permits are sold on a first come, first served basis, and once all places have been booked, NO trekking operator can offer you a space on the Inca Trail. There is no system with a waiting list. All spaces are personal and non-transferable and even if someone would cancel, no one else could take that space. Even in the low season you should book as far in advance as possible. Please also note that the Inca Trail is closed in February of each year for maintenance.

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