Inca Trail 4 Day Trek To Machupicchu


Duration: 4 days 3 nights (43 KM.) Departure depending on availability
Trace the path of the original Inca Trail during an unforgettable 4-days, 3-nights camping with Machupicchu as it´s final destination.
Follow the footsteps of the Incas as you cross mountain terrains and lush jungles exploring several archaeological sites, finally arriving to the lost city of the Incas.
The Inca Trail is unparalleled for its ecological diversity and wealth of archaeological treasures with over 450 species of birds and 200 hundred species of orchids.


Cusco - Aguas Calientes

Day 1) Transfer from Cusco to Ollantaytambo starting point at KM 82 Trek to Wayllabamba Camp (11 km) 3000m Approximate hiking time: 5 – 6 hours.

Here the journey begins with a relatively easy day ascending into semi-tropical jungle.

Day 2) Trek to Pacaymayo Camp (10 km) 3600mApproximate hiking time: 6 – 7 hours.
his pass is the highest point, known as Dead Woman’s Pass, the toughest part of the journey.


Day 3) Trek to Wiñayhuayna High Jungle Camp (15 km) 2600m
Approximate hiking time: 8 hours.
On this part of the path we descend towards the valley of Wiñayhuayna (“Forever Young”) where we will get a slight glimpse of Machupichcu Mountain.


Day 4) Trek to Machupicchu and return to Cusco (7 km) 2400m
Approximate hiking time: 2 hours.
Hike to Inti Punku the “Sun Gate” for a Guided tour exploring mystical Machupicchu and its 140 structures including temples, sanctuaries, parks and houses at your own pace., before taking the bus to Aguas Calientes from where we will return back to Cusco.


Professional bilingual tour guide, assistant tour guide (for groups of 9 or More,) entrance fee to nca Trail and Machupicchu, transportation – bus to kilometer 82 and train back to Ollantaytambo / ansfer Cusco, bus from Machupicchu to Aguas Calientes, water (bring water for the first morning,) meals: 03 breakfast, 03 lunch, 03 dinner + snack and tea time service every day, vegetarian options vailable, tents (per 2 sharing,) foam sleeping mattress, porters and cook, camping equipment kitchen tent, dinning tent, chairs, tables and oxygen tank,) and First Aid kit


Breakfast on day 1 and lunch on day 4, extra porter to carry your personal items, walking sticks, sleeping bag and travel insurance.


Huayna Picchu mountain – Optional at extra cost, limited permits.
Passport is required to pass control points!
To ensure you get your spot, we advise to book 03-06 months in advance. (Excluding February.)
Each hiker will be responsible for carrying there own personal belongings and sleeping bag.

Incan Ruins and a snowcapped mountain view near Ollataytanbo

Here are some tips on what to pack for your Inca Trail, passport, cash, backpack, a daypack if you choose to hire an extra porter to carry your backpack and items, sleeping bag, rain jacket or poncho, comfortable hiking shoes, warm clothes, including jacket for variable weather conditions, small towel & toiletries, swimsuit (recommended for the hot springs,) personal medication, water bottle, sunscreen, sunglasses & hat, Insect repellent, toilet paper,  torch / flashlight and snacks.

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