Inca Trail To Machu Picchu Trek

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The Inca trail is one of the most famous and incredible trekking routes in the world! The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu trek is the best example of the approximate 40,000 kilometers of roads built by the Incas 500 years ago.

Incan roads were built across deserts, highlands and jungles stretching from south Colombia throughout Peru, Bolivia, northern and central Chile and to the Northwest part of Argentina. The Inca Trail starts in a typical Andean region and finishes in a jungle region going through cloud forests, Incan tunnels, bridges and snow on the way.

Undertaking this trek is an opportunity to go back in time and live with the Incas for 4 indescribable days. Remember, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is not only for your feet but also for your mind!

Pick up from your Hotel in Cusco at 06:00 hrs. aprox.
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Drop off at your hotel in Cusco at 19:00 hrs. aprox.
4 Days
March - December
* Transfer by bus to km.82 (trail head)
* Entrance Fee, Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
* A large tent, for each 2 persons.
* Mattress, one per person.
* Kitchen tent.
* Dining tent.
* Enough tables and chairs.
* English speaking professional tour guide (over 8 members, 2 guides).
* An expert cook
* Porters (to carry tent, food, cooking equipment)
* Train Ticket expedition
* Full meals during the trek.
* Daily snack bag.
* Daily afternoon tea service.
* Daily wake up tea, and hot water for washing.
* Daily morning boiled and cold water to fill the water bottles.
* Emergency oxygen bottle and medical kit.
* Transfer train station / hotel
* Bus Ticket from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
* Breakfast first day (you can order an early breakfast at your hotel)
* Lunch last day
* Hot springs pool visit (on your own). 
* Tips to the crew (guides, cooks and porters).
* Sleeping bag.
You must be in good physical condition
* Cap.
* Wool hat.
* Wool gloves.
* Waterproof jacket / rain poncho
* Comfortable Footwear
* Sunglasses
* Sunscreen
Cusco (PE) - Machu Picchu (PE)
* We Recommend To Book Inca Trail With At Least Six Month In Advance, Especially For High Season (May To August).
* Non Refundable Booking
* Inca Trails Close For Maintenance On February.
* Minimum 2 people for shared service
* ALL Traveler Passport Details Are Needed For The Machu Picchu Day Trip (Full Name, Number, Nationality And Birthdate). Please Provide All Traveler Passport Details In The Additional Request Box, Otherwise The Tour Is Not Confirmed.
* Trains schedule could vary because of the season and availability.
* Trains allow one small bag no more than 5 kilos on board.

Details of Day Tours

Day 1 PISCACUCHO (Km.82)–HUAYLLABAMBA: Pick you up from your hotel 06:00 am to travel by bus to Piskacucho. There will be a stop in Ollantaytambo to have a little rest. Our adventure begins upon arrival at kilometre 82. We will ascend along a parallel road to Urubamba River until reach Miskay, a lovely small town where you will try the popular drink known as Chicha, which is offered by the ladies. As you continue ascending, you will have views of Patallacta, an Incan building located at the foot of the mountain. Walking for 2 hours along Cusichaca River, we will arrive to a beautiful spot to rest and enjoy a lunch. After the break, we will continue walking through a zone full of vegetation until our first camping in Wayllabamba. You will be able to admire the amazing Andean landscapes, as well as the majesty of Veronica Mountain. Distance traveled: 12 Km – Approximate time of walk: 5 to 6 hours.

Day 2 HUAYLLABAMBA – PACAYMAYU: After waking up at 06:00 am and having breakfast, we will start a steep ascent where you will climb several steps through a spectacular jungle, until reach Llulluchapampa to take a short rest, and then continuing climbing to the highest point of our walk through the Abra de Warrmihuañusca or Dead Woman's Pass. This place is considered one of the most beautiful landscapes of the world. Later, after the ascent, we will set out on the descend to have lunch. After lunch, we will get our camping in Pacaymayo to spend the night. Distance traveled: 9 Km – Approximate time of walk: 6 to 7 hours.

Day 3 PACAYMAYU – WIÑAYWAYNA: This day will be unforgettable. We wake up for breakfast at 6 am, to then start a light climb to visit the archaeological site of Runkurakay, that is believed it has been a control tower. Along the way, you’ll see amazing vegetation, birds and lagoons. We will descend until we reach Sayacmarka ruins, to continue to Puyupatamarka, an awesome archaeological complex with a complete engineer water system. We will arrive to Wiñay Wayna, wich means “Forever Young”, considered one of the most beautiful ruins after Machu Picchu. Our camping is located a within walking distance. Distance traveled: 14 Km – Approximate time of walk: 7 to 8 hours.

Day 4 WIÑAYWAYNA – MACHUPICCHU: Wake up early in the morning and enjoy breakfast. Then, depart from the campsite around 5:30 am to head towards Machu Picchu. We will reach "Inti Punku" before sunrise to see the wonderful Inca citadel. Then, you will enjoy a 2-hour guided walking tour, after which you can explore the city on your own. After touring the area, we will get on a train back to Poroy train station, and from there, travel to Cusco by bus. Distance traveled: 7 Km – Approximate time of walk: 3 to 4 hours.

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Great experience in Cusco

If you are visiting Cusco, consider the tour 4 Day Inca Trail To Machu Picchu. We had a really great time!

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