Cusco, Peru
5,400 AED
8 Days
Camping Tents, Hotels

The Inca Trail is by far the most famous trek in South America and is rated by many to be in the top 5 treks in the world. In just 26 miles (43km) it manages to combine beautiful mountain scenery, lush cloud-forest, subtropical jungle and, of course, a stunning mix of Inca paving stones, ruins and tunnels. The final destination of the trail just cannot be beaten: Machu Picchu, the mysterious “Lost City of the Incas”.

 The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu (also known as Camino Inca or Camino Inka) is a hiking trail in Peru that terminates at Machu Picchu. It consists of three overlapping trails: MollepataClassic, and One DayMollepata is the longest of the three routes with the highest mountain pass and intersects with the Classic route before crossing Warmiwañusqa (“dead woman”). Located in the Andes mountain range, the trail passes through several types of Andean environments including cloud forest and alpine tundra. Settlements, tunnels, and many Incan ruins are located along the trail before ending the terminus at the Sun Gate on Machu Picchu mountain. The two longer routes require an ascent to beyond 4,200 metres (13,800 ft) above sea level,
Eight incredible days that will take you to discover one of the oldest civilizations in the world. We will start the trip in the beautiful city of Cusco, then we will start our trek leaving from Cusco by vehicle to Piscaycucho (Km 82 of the railroad) we start trekking through a little visited section of the trail crossing the Urubamba River to then reach Llaqtapata. We will continue on the classic Inca Trail, through the Machu Picchu Sanctuary, surrounded by incredible landscapes and mountain scenery, entering Machu Picchu the way the Incas did, through Inti Punku (the Sun Gate), with a guided tour of the citadel, returning to Cusco in the afternoon on
the last day.

Brief Itinerary:

Day 1: Cusco, Day 2: Cusco / Ollantayambo, Day 3: Ollantaytambo / Llaqtapata, Day 4: Lllaqtapata / Llulluchapampa, Day 5: Llulluchapampa / Phuyupatamarca, Day 6: Phuyupatamarca / Machu Picchu, Day 7: Machu Picchu / Cusco, Day 8 Cusco /Out
Location: Cusco
Duration: 8 days / 7 nights
Time of the year: From March to December
Hotels: Standard
Departure dates: Every Monday & Friday

Day 1:


On arrival in Cusco there will be a transfer provided to your hotel. In the afternoon a city tour wil be amanged visiting the imperial city of Cusco (Shared Service) and it´s charming attractions. An Informative gathering will be held after the tour to brief you on the upcoming days. The nigh will be spent in Cusco. (No meals included)


Day 2:


Pick up to spend in the Sacred Valle of the Incas. Visit local markets. Such as the village of Pisaq, getting to see local colours, artisans and products. After lunch, you will proceed to visit the Archeological site of Ollantaytambo with its living Inca village (Shared Service). The night will be spent in Ollantayambo village. (B/L) Dinner on your own.


Day 3:


After a tasty breakfast drive to the redhead at Piscacucho, and start hiking for about 5 hours through a little visited section of the trail. We stop at Q’oriwayrachina for lunch and then cross the Urubamba River at Q’ente, with an option to visit Wayna Q’ente and Llaqtapata archaeological sites, in
whose vicinity we will camp amidst Inca terracing at 2,800 m (Shared Service). (B/L/D)
Distance: 11km
Time: 5-6 hours

Level: Moderate


Day 4:


Continue up the Cusichaca Valley passing houses of settlers to finally reach the Andean community of Huayllabamba.
From here the trail ascends steeply to a large Pampa below the first pass, where we camp. Here we have a breathtaking view of Mt. Huayanay. Along the trail up this narrow hanging valley we begin to see a cloud forest that harbors the Queñua tree (polilepis), a rare forest to be found in the Andes. Camp will be set up at Llulluchapampa (Shared Service) (3,800 m). (B/L/D)
Distance: 9 Km
Time: 6 hours.

Level: Moderate


Day 5:


A steady ascent on an Inca Trail up to the Warmiwañusqa pass at 4,200m (13,692ft) affords a magnificent view of our ascent and the trail ahead of us. We descend on a restored Inca Trail down to the Pacaymayo River to then ascend again to the ruins of Runkuraqay and the second pass at 4,050m (13,200ft). From here we walk down to the site at Sayacmarca at 3,850m (12,551ft) on the original Inca Trail, passing a dry lake and the first signs of
the cloud forest. A beautiful location overlooking the Aobamba Valley, it affords a respite for a leisurely walk through its imposing structures. Continue along the ridge through amazing landscapes, viewing Mt. Salkantay from the western side and Mt. Pumasillo, a silhouette to the north on the horizon. Walking through a rolling flag stoned trail we arrive at Phuyupatamarca (the village on the edge of the clouds) in whose vicinity we camp at 3,800 m. (B/L/D) (Shared Service)

Distance: 14kms
Time: 7-8 hours

Level Moderate


Day 6:


An early departure today will have us trekking along a buttress and passing Phuyupatamarca ruins, the flag stoned trail winds sharply down into the cloud forest to the ruins of Wiñay Wayna located below the ridge on the same water course as the previous site, it has well restored Inca Ruins. After a two hour walk through a cloud forest covered Inca Trail we arrive to Machu Picchu the way the Incas used to come, watching the magnificent citadel at our feet from Intipunku, the door of the sun. Bus ride to the Village of Machu Picchu for an  overnight at a local hotel, dinner on your own. (Shared
Service). (B/L) Dinner on your own.

Distance: 11.6 km
Time: Aprox 7 hours

Level Moderate


Day 7:


A half hour bus ride will bring you back to the citadel for a guided visit which on average takes three hours as your offcial guide walks you through the different sectors of the hill-top citadel, with astonishing views, learning about the aspects of Andean life, taking you back in time. Afternoon return to the village where the train will take you to back to Ollantaytambo or Cusco. (dinner on your own).(B/L) (Shared Service)


Day 8:


Free day and transfer out will be arranged from your hotel.

Time to go tell tales few can tell!

Package Inclusions

Transportation by vehicle from hotel to the start of the trek
 Double occupancy tents with Thermarest sleeping pads
 Porters, kitchen crew and necessary camping gear
Inca Trail entrance, Train ticket
Hotels, meals mentioned
 Bilingual guide on the trek who will handle the First aid kit, full day guided visit to Machu Picchu
 Lunch on day 5
 Transfer from Ollantaytambo or Poroy station back to Cusco

Package Exclusions

Meals where not mentioned, alcoholic beverages, tips, taxes, laundry service, additional tours, Insurance and airline tickets
(where applicable), sleeping bags, hiking boots and other personal gear & extras.
International flights and departure taxes.


Cotton short-sleeved shirts or t-shirts, long-sleeved shirts , eece or Wool sweater and/or trousers, lightweight pants,
regular and long underwear (at over 13,000 ft/4,000 masl), medium weight parka with Fibber Fill or down, Light cap and
wool hat, rain poncho (or rain gear), Water bottle , light gloves, medium weight socks, hiking boots, Sleeping bag (-5º to
0ºC), small day pack , strong waterproof duffel bag, sun glasses, sun block, lip balm, flashlight with spare batteries and bulb,

Personal First-Aid Kit. On each trip we carry a medical Kit but we suggest a small personal First-Aid Kit for bruises and blisters. A
knee and ankle brace are sometimes useful especially if you suffer from weak knees or ankles. Include any special medication
your doctor might suggest for you.

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