3 Days

Book in advance your Inca Trail Tour, we have options of 3 days and 2 nights for experienced trekkers. Peruvian Sacred will make your stay unforgettable.

Peru Sacred puts you in touch with one of the seven wonders of the world, The Inca Trail, unique in its class. Its 45 km of travel offer you one of the most complete and spectacular experiences.

According to National Geographic the Inca Trail is in the tenth position of the best treks in the world because it combines Adventure, History, Culture, Archeology, Anthropology, Ecology, Flora and Fauna, making your trip unforgettable.

Make the tour in 4 days and 3 nights, we will cross and know the different ecosystems of the route, surrounded by a great variety of flora and fauna. We will see the Exotic Birds, Eye Bear, Coaties, and unique species of Flora, such as the Unca (myrisianthes Oreophila), from which the Incas built their Ceremonial vessels.

DEPARTURE TIMEArrive 5:00 – 5:20 hrs.
RETURN TIMEApproximately 6:30 PM.
WEARComfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Pick up from the airport: At the indicated time of the passenger./td>
Informative Talk: We will meet with you one or two days before your tour at your hotel to give you details about the walk.
Transportation: Pick up from your hotel in the morning at the agreed time in private transport until the start point of the trek.
Professional Guide: English and Spanish for the entire adventure tour and Machu Picchu.
Personal Shop: 02 people per tent, in a tent with capacity for 04 people so it is very comfortable and also with plenty room to leave your backpacks.
Camp Equipment: Kitchen tent, dining tent, chairs and tables.
Inside the Tent: Matra or insulation.
Entrance tickets: Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
Porter of load: 06 kilos. Carry personal things from the passenger.
Assistant Guide: From 09 passengers.
Food: 03 Breakfasts, 04 Lunches and 03 Dinners, snacks and lunches.
Description of Meals: Pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruits, avocados, pastas, chicken, meat, rice, salads, all rich in carbohydrates to replenish losses energy during the walk, hot drinks including Coca mate, excellent to combat evil Of height.
Te Alarm Clock: Every morning the cook will serve you tea in his personal tent.
Tea Time: Every evening one hour before dinner, the cook will put popcorn, biscuits, coffee, chocolate and different types of tea.
Snack: 03 snacks, contain, one day, a fruit of the area, another day chocolates, another day Cookies or energy bar accompanied with candies, these will be delivered at the beginning of each walk.
First Aid Kit: Includes Oxygen Balloon.
Train Tickets: Expedition (tourist train), can request the train vistadome that is panoramic but it is necessary to increase USD 35.00 per ticket.
Transportation: Pick up from the Ollantaytambo or Poroy station to your hotel in Cusco.
24-hour personalized service: During your stay in Cusco and Peru, our staff will provide you with personalized attention 24 hours a day. Emergency telephone +51 984766436.
Breakfast on the first day: You can take it at the hotel or in Ollantaytambo at the Huatakay restaurant (Buffet breakfast).
Lunch and Dinner on the last day: You can have lunch in the town of Aguas Calientes.
Sleeping bag: You must bring a bag 04 stations, if you do not have one, you can rent one in our offices. Cost of USD 25.00 (pen -15 ° C).
Walking sticks: If you do not have one, you can rent one in our offices. Pair USD 20.00, in Leki and Diamond brands.
Tips: For agency staff.

Morel information
Local Information
The most important city of the Inca Empire, Cusco, is located at 3350 masl, where we will go by bus to the Sacred Valley passing through the villages of Maras, Chinchero, Urubamba and Ollantaytambo, towns with living identity that have been maintained through years. Our starting point starts at KM 82 at 2800 masl


Day 1: Cusco - Piskacucho - Llulluchapampa

Discovering the Inca world requires awakening early. Between 05:00 a.m. to 05:30 am, we will arrive by bus to your hotel to go to the Km 82, where we will begin our walk. It will be 3 hours of travel, including a stop in the lively Inca town of Ollantaytambo where we will do some shopping and breakfast. When arriving at Km 82, we will meet all the team that will accompany us on the route (Porteadores y Cocineros).

It is time to start our trek and we will do it in two stages.

Starting our journey will be quite easy in the first few kilometers during the first 5 hours. This will be our path of practice that is simple and flat. After recovering our strength and enjoying the lunch, we will ascend to our camp, through stone steps of the original trail used by the Incas, we will cross majestic landscapes and we will be in direct contact with the nature when passing through the Forest of Uncas (tree with That the Incas made their ceremonial vessels).

We can enjoy a rest around 05:00 pm upon arrival at our camp.

Meals: Snack, Lunch, Tea Time and Dinner.


Day 2: Llulluchapampa - Phuyupatamarca - WiñayHuayna

The day starts with the energy of a good breakfast. This day our trek will be the longest and most beautiful of our adventure. On the way we will see different archeological centers like Runkurakay, Sayacmarca and Phuyupatamarca and we will make stops to rest and to receive explanations of the guide about the Flora and Fauna of the zone.

It will be a great adventure! We will see a great variety of Orchids, we will have contact with beautiful exotic birds besides spectacled bears and deer.

The most complicated part of the route is the passage through the highest peaks of the Inca Trail, to the Abra de Warmi Huañuska (Dead Woman) and then to Runkurakay, where we will have the opportunity to actively participate in ceremonies of thanks to The Pacha Mama (Mother Earth) and enter the mythical customs of the place.

After lunch, we will return to two Inca tunnels made of live rock. We will descend by more than 3 thousand stone steps until we reach WiñayHuayna, where we will be able to know the original Inca constructions recognizing the high hydraulic Engineering and the architectural beauty of the place, an impressive millenary heritage.

We will arrive at our camp around 5:00 pm to 5:30 pm.

Food: Snack Breakfast, Lunch, tea time and Dinner.


Day 3: Wiñaywayna - Machu Picchu - Cusco

There is little to reach our destination Machu Picchu, the fourth Wonder of the World. We will wake up very early to continue and be the first to reach Inti Punku (Puerta del Sol).

We will line up at the Wiñay checkpoint that opens at 05:30 am and continue along a narrow path. Already at the gate of the sun, Inti Punku, we will see the majestic horizon of Machu Picchu, located in a strategic place.

It is a great opportunity to enjoy the landscape and take a photo postcard to share your family and friends for which we will have 20 minutes. Continue descending for another hour until you reach the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.

Every effort brings reward. You will be in close contact and experience the visit of one of the most sacred places for the Incas (Machu Picchu). You will not miss the details with the guide’s explanation that will accompany us for approximately 2 hours, taking us through the main places like; The Temple of the Three Windows, the Temple of the Sun, the Intihuatana and many other sacred places.

We will have opportunity to take many memories of this experiential experience and time to take photos and visit other places inside Machu Picchu.

Food: Box Lunch.

It is important to take into account that passengers arrive in Cusco at least two days before to acclimatize and make the trek. You can do practice tours like visiting the city and the Sacred Valley, these are gentle walks at considerable heights.

For this route it is also recommended to carry the following:

Sleeping bag: 04 Stations of (-15 ° C).

A Pillow: A Traveler

Hiking Boots: Raincoats of good quality. Comfortable for the walk.

Waterproof Clothing: Plastic rain poncho, you can buy it when you arrive in Cusco.

Plastic Bag: To keep your belongings dry inside the backpack.

Change of Clothes: For the entire route.

Rain Gear: Jacket and Trousers.

Sandals or Slippers: To relax your feet at the camp site.

Clothing of Coat: Jacket, Polar, and thermal clothing, especially for sleeping.

Light Clothing: T-shirt, shorts.

Flashlight: Either handheld or Frontal with extra battery.

Camera or Camcorder: With extra battery the batteries discharge faster with the cold.

Hat or cap: To protect against sun, rain and cold.


Insect repellent

Toilet paper

Snacks: Cookies, energy bars, chocolates, dried fruits.

Canteen: Bottles of mineral water are not allowed, it is better to bring metal bottles or plastic canteens.

Towel: Small travel.

Swimsuit: If you want to go to the thermal baths in Aguas Calientes

Extra money: In soles and short tickets, in hot waters you can use debit or credit card.

Canes: The tips covered with jebe protector not to defeat the stones of the road.

Original Passport: Or the document with which you made the reservation. If you do not have this document, you will not be able to enter the Inca Trail.

Student card: International card in case you have made the reservation with ISIC card international.

Mountain boots: Pair of trek shoes that support the ankles.

Hygiene kit: 01 towel for personal hygiene, 01 biodegradable soap, toilet paper, 01 A personal cleaning kit (toothbrushes, toothpaste and other essential items).

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