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Classic Inka Trail to machu Picchu


Classic Inka Trail to machu Picchu

The royal Inca trail to Machu picchu is a particular trek in the world. This Inca trail to Machu picchu sets out from Chilca, and takes about four to five days of tough hiking. The route runs through an impressing range of altitudes, where climates and eco-systems range from the high Andean plain, down to the cloud forests. The trail climbs up through two highland passes (the higher of the two, Warmiwañuska, lies at 4,200 m.a.s.l.) before reaching Machu Picchu through the Inti Punku or Gateway of the Sun. O


First Day onInca Trail: Cusco - Llactapata

This Inca trail to Machu Picchu starts with the picking up from your hotel, getting through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, heading for Chilca. At this point we meet with our supporting staff (porters) for the whole Inca path. From here we start theInca Trail itself. At night we`ll set up our camp at Llactapata, an important fort along the Vilcanota River, which in part of its course is called Wilcamayu (Sacred River).

Second Day onInca Trail: Llactapata - Llullucha

This day we`ll do a stretch of the Inca Trail which comprehends from Llactapata to Llullucha. After a refreshing breakfast we`ll walk as if going to the Salkantay, but heading for Wayllabamba towards the North West in order to get at Lllullucha, where we`ll have our second camping, in the lower place of the Warmihuañusca Passage, the highest point along the whole Inca Trail.

Third Day onInca Trail: Llullucha - Phuyupatamarca

Very early we start an ascending trek getting through theWarmihuañusca Pass, which is at a height of 4,200 M.A.S.L. (13,700 Feet). From this site we can appreciate very well preserved stretches of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and spectacular views from the Andes just to descend heading for Phuyupatamarca, as we watch the archaeological sites Runcuracay and Sayacvmarca, remains which offer an anticipation in architectural beauty to the finish of the Inca Trail, and the majestic Machu Picchu.

Fourth Day onInca Trail: Phuyupatamarca - Machu-Picchu

Very early on this day we`ll go to Machu Picchu, having previously visited and greeted the archaeological site of Wiñayhuayna and the Intipata. Two hours later, in the final stretch of the Inca Trail to Machu picchu, we`ll get in by the Inti Punku (the Sun`s Gate), our first contact with Machu Picchu. Then we`ll descend to Aguas Calientes, better known as the Machu Picchu`s town. We`ll camp next to the river (1 night hotel is optional). You`ll have enough time to relax in the Thermal Baths of the Machu Picchu town.

Fifth Day onInca Trail: Machu-Picchu - Cusco

We will wake up very early in the morning . After breakfast we will take a bus up to visit the new wonder of the ancient world : Machu Picchu. You`ll have a two hours guidance inside Machu Picchu (the old mountain). If you wish you`ll can go upwards to the Wayna Picchu (the young mountain). The only available times to ascend to this mountain  are the next: 07 and 10 A.M. The ascending groups are comprised by 200 persons. After your visit we`ll take the returning train from Aguas Calientes to the Cusco city.


  • Collection from your hotel in the morning.
  • Private bus to the start of the Inca trail to Machu picchu.
  • Inca Trail & Machu Picchu entrance fees (US.$ 89.7)
  • English speaking professional guide (two guides for groups over 10 persons)
  • Igloo tents - 2 persons in each 4 - person capacity tent with plenty of space for your backpacks
  • Double thickness foam mattress
  • Cook and Cooking equipment
  • Meals (04B, 04L, 04D) - food includes pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruit, avocado, pasta, chicken, fish, meat, rice, all rich in carbohydrates and suitable for trekking, hot drinks including coca leaf tea which
  • is excellent for the altitude.
  • Teatime everyday (tea, coffee, biscuits, popcorn)
  • Porters (to carry the tents, food, and cooking equipment)
  • Dining tent with camp tables and chairs
  • Kitchen tent
  • Accommodation for our porters and cooks
  • First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle
  • Bus from Machu Picchu ruins down to the village of Aguas Calientes
  • Train ticket (Backpackers service US. $ 48.5) from Aguas Calientes to Cusco

Not included:

  • Breakfast on the first morning. Some hotels offer an early morning breakfast service. If not, we stop at the town of Urubamba on the way to the start on the trek where you’ll have the opportunity to have breakfast
  • Meal in restaurant in Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu Pueblo) on day 4 of the trek.
  • Entrance to the thermal springs in Aguas Calientes US. $ 4.

What you need to bring/carry on  Inca Trail:

  • Backpack
  • Sleeping bag (can be hired from our office for US. $ 4 per day)
  • Sleeping mattress (we will provide you with this)
  • Rain jacket or poncho (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Cusco for a few dollars)
  • Strong, comfortable footwear
  • One complete change of clothing (you can afford to carry more changes of clothing if you hire a personal porters, see options below)
  • Sweater and jacket (something warm)
  • Water bottle and purification tablets (Micropur are recommended and can be bought in local pharmacies in Cusco)
  • Flashlight and batteries
  • Hat or cap to protect you from the sun
  • Sun block (sun protection cream)
  • Insect repellent
  • Toiletries, towel and toilet paper

From: USD 459.00 per person

Places to Visit

Machu Picchu


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