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Inca Trail Private Service 4D/3N

  • 4 Days 3 Nights
  • Max People : 22
  • Min Age : 12+

Peru Inca trail to Machu Picchu now considered a national reserve, This magnificent hike is for travelers who like the hiking adventure, with breaks, in a single day. The beauty and history of the area surround the hiker every step of the way.  With its gorges and passes and climactic mountain views. True Andean highlanders, the Incas knew and loved the countless natural zones that lay within the folds of their vast domain. Their trail traverses a startling variety of microclimates, beginning with an arid cactus zone on the Urubamba valley, rising through native forest to bleak high-altitude grassland, and ending in mossy cloud forest draped with orchids and bromeliads. This trek of approximately 43 km consists of four days trekking and finishes on arrival at the Citadel of Machu Picchu.

Price Includes

  • Transfer from your Hotel
  • Tourist Transportation Cusco to Km 82 Piscacucho
  • Professional English-Spanish Speaking Tour Guide
  • Assistant Tour Guide
  • Andean Porters to carry all Camping Equipment, sleeping bags
  • Professional Cook and asistan
  • Food 4 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 4 Afternoon Snacks and 4 Dinners.
  • Vegetarian food Option
  • Camping Equipment Tents for 02 people ,dining tent with tables and chairs
  • Inflatable Sleeping matress
  • Oxygen bottle,First aid kit
  • Entrance to Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
  • Train ticket vistadome service Aguas Calientes - Poroy train station
  • Transportation from Poroy train station - Cusco - Hotel

Price Excludes

    We recommend to take:
    • Trekking day pack with a change of clothes for the whole period of the trek.
    • Rain gear (jacket and pants if available) or rain poncho.
    • Strong footwear, waterproof trekking boots recommended.
    • Sandals or plastic slip on thongs are also good to give your feet a chance to breath
    • Warm clothes, including jacket, fleeces, gloves, scarf. Thermal clothing is also recommended.
    • Sleeping bag (we can hire these to you)
    • Torch/ Flashlight and spare batteries
    • Camera, films and batteries (batteries consume more quickly under cold conditions)
    • Hat or cap to protect you from the sun, rain and cold
    • Sun block cream
    • After-sun cream or hydrating cream for face and body
    • Insect repellent - minimum recommended 20% DEET - although no malaria risk has been reported
    • Toilet paper, pack in & pack out
    • Snacks: biscuits, energy bars, chocolate, raw fruits, muesli, etc.
    • Non-disposable canteen (Nalgene type) and water for the first morning.
    • We advise you to bring water sterilizing tablets in case you collect water from streams.
    • Your own medical kit with any special medications.
    • Small towel or sarong
    • Bathers/swimsuit (if you intend on swimming in hot springs )
    • Cash - sufficient for snacks, tips and souvenirs.
    • Original passport & ISIC (International Student Identity Card) if you have one.
    • Walking sticks or poles we can hire these to you.

    Day 1Cusco - Piscacucho km 82 - Huayllabamba

    Pick up from your hotel at 6:00 am, transfer you by bus to the km 82 Piscacucho the main entrance of the Inca trail , crossing the Sacred Valley of the Incas where you will enjoy Andean towns and Quechua communities arriving at 09:30 am , here is time to introduce our staff such our Andean porters, assistants and cooks. Starting here our trek, crossing a footbridge to hike for two hours hiking down to the Inca farming terraces of Llaqtapata, then we climb a short way up to Huayllabamba , the last inhabited village on the trail, where we camp with all camping equipment you will have a beautiful view of the snow peaked Veronica Mountain.
    Meals – Buffet lunch, Buffet dinner and snacks

    Day 2Huayllabamba - Pacaymayo

    We climb the steep-sided Llullucha valley past a rushing stream and through enchanted native polylepis woodland. Crossing the rim of a small plateau, we abruptly find ourselves in the puna, the treeless grasslands of the high Andes. The trail traverses an open slope opposite mighty mountain crags as we ascend to the first and highest pass, Warmiwañusca (Dead Woman), up to 4200 m.a.s.l. approximately. You will not only enjoy incredible panoramic views from here but you will also have the satisfaction to have reached the top. we will descend towards to Pacaymayo (3500 m.a.s.l.) for lunch and dinner and camp.

    Meals – Breakfast, Buffet lunch, Buffet dinner and snacks

    Day 3Pacaymayo - Wiñayhuayna

    After to have a delicious breakfast ,we pick up an Inca stairway and ascend again past the small Inca site of Runkuracay. As we reach the second pass, the landscape opens onto spectacular new views to the snow peaks of the Pumasillo range. We descend to the ruins of Sayacmarca (Inaccessible Town), an intricate labyrinth of houses, plazas and water channels, perched precariously on a rocky spur overlooking the Acobamba valley. The Inca trail, now a massive buttressed structure of granite paving stones, continues along the steep upper fringes of the cloud forest through a colorful riot of orchids, bromeliads, mosses and ferns. At the third pass, pinnacles topped with Inca viewing platforms overlook the archaeological complex of Phuyupatamarca ,Pausing to explore the wondrous maze of Inca stone towers, fountains and stairways that spill down the mountainside here, we begin a long descent through ever-changing layers of cloud forest. An Inca stairway partly cut from living granite leads us finally to our camp by the ruins of Wiñay Wayna (Forever Young), the largest and most exquisite of the Inca Trail sites.

    Meals – Breakfast, Buffet lunch, Buffet dinner and snacks

    Day 4Wiñay Huayna - Machu Picchu - Cusco

    An early morning hike takes us across a steep mountainside through lush, humid cloud-forest of giant ferns and broad-leaf vegetation. Suddenly we cross the stone threshold of Inti punku (Sun Gate) and encounter an unforgettable sweep of natural beauty and human artistry –a backdrop of twisting gorge and forested peaks framing the magical city of Machu Picchu. We complete the final leg down the royal flagstone walkway, past outlying shrines and buildings and into the heart of Machu Picchu, a guided tour of the highlights and some individual exploring among Machu Picchu’s multitude of hidden nooks and corners. In the early afternoon a bus takes us to the small town of Aguas Calientes, where we board our return train to Cusco.

    Meals – Breakfast, Buffet lunch in Sanctuary Lodge

    More Information

    CLASSIC INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU 4 Days / 3 Nights (USD$ 1700 pp) – Private Service

    02 persons group US$1700 per person

    03 persons group US$1520 per person

    04 persons group US$1200 per person

    05 persons group US$1080 per person

    06-08 persons group US$950 per person

    Important Note.- Machu Picchu Citadel is open all year round on 2016. Huayna Picchu Mountain climb is closed on 2016 from April 1st to 15th Machu Picchu Mountain climb is closed from April 16 th to 30th. (Machu Picchu Citadel and Park office)

    Entrances Tickets to Machu Picchu – Huayna Picchu mountain and Machu Picchu –Machu Picchu mountain are limited, check the spaces in this site www.machupicchu.gob.pe

    Please you must book and pay a deposit well in advance, so we can secure your spots. For high season (May to October, 5-4 months in advance.) (Low season (November to April, 3-2 months in advance.)


    US$40 discount on the above prices to students with a valid International Student Identity Card (ISIC) and to children/youths under the age of 18 years old (scans of your ISIC card or child’s passport must be provided at the time of paying the trek deposit in order to qualify for the discount). International Youth Travel Cards (IYTC) or other forms of student identity are not acceptable. If claiming a student discount you must bring your ISIC card on the trek and your card must be valid on the date of trek departure. Without a valid ISIC card government authorities will not allow you to start the trek and you will not be entitled to a refund.

    Inca Trail Permits & Campsites:

    The government has strictly limited the number of people permitted on the Inca Trail during 2015 (permits are issued to about 200 trekkers per day plus 300 porters). We recommend that you make a trek booking as early as possible. In 2014 the trek permits for some dates sold out more than 5 months in advance !! However don’t make a booking until you have all the group details (names, passport numbers, ages etc) and you are sure about your trek departure date since these details cannot be changed after we have bought your trek permit.

    So far in 2014 we have managed to obtain trek permits for ALL of our clients and have obtained the campsite Wiñay Wayna on the 3rd night of the trek (the campsite nearest to Machu Picchu) for ALL groups. Camping at Wiñay Wayna allows you to arrive at Machu Picchu for sunrise. Only tour operators that buy their permits early can do this. However the campsite Wiñay Wayna can never be guaranteed and clients have to accept that we may have to use other campsites depending on availability & allocation of trek permits

    Extras & Options:

    Personal porters can be hired to help carry your personal items such as clothes, sleeping bag etc. The services of a half porter (maximum 6kg or 13lb per person) can be hired for US$70. If you hire the services of a half porter we will provide you with a lockable porter bag to safeguard your equipment (you will need to supply the small padlock). However, even with this service you will still need to take a daypack to carry your essential items such as rain poncho, warm fleece, camera and water bottle. Please note that due to new government regulations the maximum number of porters that we can use in each group has now been capped. This is why we have had to limit the maximum amount of personal equipment that you can give to a porter to carry for you to 6kg or 13lb per person. (The maximum amount that each porter can carry on the Inca Trail has also been limited to 18kg or 40lb per porter, i.e. 12kg of items for tourists and 6kg for their own equipment). Approximately 30% of our clients hire the services of an extra half porter.)
    An extra night in Aguas Calientes can easily be arranged independently. Hotels costs and costs associated with returning to Machu Picchu the following day are additional to trek costs. For more information see our frequently asked questions. Please note that if you spend an extra night in Aguas Calientes we will purchase your train tickets from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo, for the following day. Obviously we won’t be able to send a bus especially to collect you from Ollantaytambo so you will have to catch one of the many buses waiting for the train to take you back to Cusco (approx additional cost of these buses is US$5pp). You will not receive a refund for the unused bus ride back to Cusco on the 4th day of the trek.
    We can also provide vegetarian meals or cater for special diets at no extra cost but we need to know when you make the trek reservation.
    You can hire sleeping bags in our office. All sleeping bags are special for the treks (easy to wash). They are washed after every use and are guaranteed to be clean. After we have hired out our standard sleeping bags just 15 times, we donate it to a porter to use. We have now issued sleeping bags free of charge to all of our porters (over a 230 in total) although they are constantly being replaced as they become old and worn out.Cost: US$25 per person for the 4 day/3 night trek. Weight 2.5 kg and are rated to 10 degrees below freezing (nice and warm even during the coldest of nights experienced on the Inca Trail).

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