4 days tour
Traditional Inka Trail To Machu Picchu
Tour briefing with your guide before the experience begins
Private Transportation to/from your hotel
Experienced English/Spanish speaking guide
3 nights camping under the stars (double occupancy)
Carriers that will help you with your camping stuff (5 kgs)
Entry tickets to the trail and Machu Picchu
Meals and cook
3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 snacks, 3 dinners. Specialized Chef
Coca tea every morning
Snacks every day (fruit, cookies, chocolate, candy and more)
Train tickets from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
Camping Sleeping pad
First aid kit and oxygen
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Itinerary of your trip Traditional Inka Trail To Machu Picchu
- Day 1 PISCACUCHO – WAYLLABAMBA
PISCACUCHO – WAYLLABAMBA
You wake up very early and get on the transportation that takes you to the place where the hike begins. This first day is easy to trail around, as you visit some of the most important sites, such as Patallacta. This archeological site, built at the base of the mountain, was an important financial and religious center.
You also visit Willkarakay, an Inca military site located near Patallacta.
After visiting these 2 places, you continue towards the valley of Wayllabamba, walking along the ribera of Cusicacacha River; you watch Inca platforms that were part of the archeological sites visited previously.
You continue the hike gradually until you get to the first campsite in Wayllabamba.
Meals: lunch, dinner Accommodation: campsite in Wayllabamba, double occupancy
- Day 2 WAYLLABAMBA – PACAYMAYU
WAYLLABAMBA – PACAYMAYU
Get ready for an early start so you can arrive to the highest point of the trail by the end of the day at Warmihuañusca.
The trail in the morning is challenging, but it is also one of the most spectacular in this adventure.
During the first hour and a half, you go through a thick forest until you get to the first campsite called “Tres Piedras”, where you can rest for a while.
Then, as you continue on the trail, the landscape starts changing. You can see on the way the "Unca" trees, unique in this area. Two hours later you get to another campsite in Llulluchapampa, where you rest and enjoy different snacks and hot beverages. From here, you continue until you reach Wamihuañusca at 4.215 m (13.829ft); this is the highest altitude of the trail. Here you appreciate the unique views and landscape of the surrounding valleys.
Next, you keep walking until you reach a lower altitude, where the campsite is located at Pacaymayu. You spend the night here.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner Accommodation: campsite in Pacaymayu, double occupancy
- Day 3 PACAYMAYU – WIÑAYHUAYNA
PACAYMAYU – WIÑAYHUAYNA
You start the 45 minute hike towards the archeological site in Runkurakay, located in the middle of the mountain. This was before a place to rest and it is the second highest site in the trail at 3950m or 12959 ft. After reaching this point, you go down to Sayacmarca. You explore this site and then continue on the beautiful rock stoned path to have lunch at Chaquicocha.
From here, you pass through the amazing cloudy forest to get to Phuyupatamarca. The trail continues until you reach Phuyupatamarca, a natural observation area, from which you can enjoy the view of the Sacred Valley and the mountains, as well as the final destination: Machu Picchu. From here, you descend towards the last campsite in Wiñayhuayna.; but first you visit another important archeological site and an offering temple dedicated to the spirits in the sacred mountains.
Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner Accommodation: campsite in Wiñayhuayna, double occupancy
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Tour leaving from Cusco
Mystical sacred city, located on the Andean Mountain Range at 3 399 m above sea level, with great historical and architectonic legacy. Cusco is surrounded by green valleys and is known as the navel of the world, since it is the political and territorial center of the Inca Empire.
This experience includes physical activities such as hiking, trekking, biking, and canyoning. You’ll always be on the move and mostly walking.
It’s all about adventure, it includes camping or staying at local people houses. You may have to share bathrooms and there mostly won't be electricity. This is the real deal.
You’ll be accompanied by a small group of travelers just like you.
Long and challenging experience. You’ll be required to have good physical fitness to go on it. In some of these activities you'll need previous experience on similar activities.
Min: 8 / Max: 60
Children must be accompanied by adults.
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