- Ausangate Trek
- Choquequirao Trek
- Huchuy Qosqo trek
- Inca Jungle trek
- Inca Trail
- Lares trek
- Salkantay Trek
- Vinicunca trek
Be part of the history of Inca Trail and cross its 45 km that offer one of the most complete and spectacular trek experiences where history and nature combine themselves.
Ranked according to National Geographic in the tenth position of the best walks worldwide. The Adventure, History, Culture, Archeology, Anthropology, Ecology, Flora and Fauna of peru are at your fingertips in one trip.
Do our tour in 4 days and 3 nights, it will be unforgettable. We will cross and feel 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 (myrisianthes Oreophila), from which the Incas built their Ceremonial vessels. During the tour we will be able to observe diverse varieties of Orchids of the Historical Sanctuary of Machu Picchu
|DEPARTURE TIME||Arrive 6:00 – 6:20 hrs.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 19:30 hrs.|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
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 - Kilometer 82 - Wayllabamba
We will arrive at Km 82 approximately at 9:30 am, in this place we will meet the team that will accompany us during our trek (porters, cooks and the travel coordinator). Starting our journey will be quite easy in the first few kilometers. We will take a close look at the beautiful snow-capped La Verónica and visit the archaeological group of Patallacta, where we will listen to the guide’s exposition. After an hour of hiking, we will arrive to Tarayoc here we will have lunch and we will be able to recover forces to continue until 3000 m.s.n.m, Wayllabamba, place where we will camp.
Food: Snack, lunch, slunch and dinner.
Day 2: Wayllabamba - Pacaymayu
We will arrive at the top around 1:00 pm, we will make a little rest and we will continue the way of descent until arriving at our camp Pacaymayu 3,600 masl
Food: Snack, breakfast, lunch, slunch and dinner.
Day 3: Pacaymayu - WiñayHuayna
Food: Snack, breakfast, lunch, slunch and dinner.
Day 4: WiñayHuayna - Machu Picchu
Only two hours separates us from arriving at Machu Picchu (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), we will wake up very early to continue our route. We will line up at the checkpoint and continue along a narrow road until we reach the Inti Punku (door of the sun), a tall and enigmatic place where we will see the majestic horizon of Machu Picchu, from here you can take the photo postcard to share your family and friends. The guide will give a short introduction of the history of Machu Picchu and then continue until arriving at the Inca citadel.
At approximately 8:00 am, the tour will begin, lasting between 2 hours and 2 hours and a half, then we will have time to visit other places inside Machu Picchu and you can take all the selfies you want. At the end we will descend to the town of hot waters to board the train that will transport us to the city of Cusco.
Food: Snack, breakfast.
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.
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).