4 days
duration
8/10
physicality
Cusco – Machupicchu
location
14+
age
Mar-Jan
dates

Inca Trail 4 Days is one of the best known and most popular excursion in the world this route shows the range of magnificent mountains, exotic vegetation and extraordinary ecological variety. The path runs through the high mountains. It is the highest pass at 4,200 meters above sea level (13,776 feet), which is to pass Warmiwañusca where you can get fantastic views, through cloud forest and tropical vegetation. The hike shows different altitudes ranging from 2,220 to 4,200 meters above sea level. More than 250 species of orchids have been counted in the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu, as well as numerous rare species of birds, reptiles, including several endangered species.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Cusco – Machupicchu
DEPARTURE TIME 6:30 o’clock
INCLUDED
Transfer of arrival or departure in Cusco
Transportation to Km. 82
The entrance to the Inca Trail
The entrance to Machu Picchu
3 breakfasts / 3 dinners lunches
Snacks
Professional Guide (English – Spanish)
Chef
Porters (only carry camping equipment)
Matras
Tents and camping equipment
First aid kit
Train back to Cusco
First aid kit
Oxygen bottle
NOT INCLUDED
Breakfast the first day day / lunch and the last dinner
Tips for goalkeepers, chefs and guides
RECOMMENDATIONS
Sleeping bag and luggage bag.
A small backpack containing water and personal items.
Thermal clothing, waterproof, sunscreen.
Sunglasses.
Mosquito repellent.
Personal medications.
Jacket or Poncho (in case it rains).
Video camera or camera (optional)

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Day 1: Cusco – Km. 82 – Wayllabamba

Transfer from the hotel at 6:30 am. Come to the highway Cusco 82km – Quillabamba see the snow as Chicón, Verónica and Salkantay. When you reach km 82 and start the Inca Trail, in the long journey we can see the ruins of Patallaqta. A stop for lunch at the right time. In the light, it goes up in the afternoon to our Wayllabamba camp, the camp, dinner and lodging.
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Day 2: Wayllabamba – Warmiwañusca – Pacaymayo

After breakfast, we begin our second trekking day, through Tres Piedras, Llulluchapampa and reach the top of the Warmiwañusca Inca Trail (dead woman) at 4200m stop for lunch at the right time. Continuing the road we descend to our Pacaymayo camp (3500 m), camp, dinner and lodging.
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Day 3: Pacaymayo – Runkurakay – Sayacmarca – Wiñayhuayna

After breakfast, the third day of trekking to the ruins of Runkurakay and Sayacmarca at lunch. Then, walk along the road to reach Puyupatamarca (City of Clouds), another important archaeological site. After a short walk it takes us to our last camp Wiñaywayna (always young). Visit the complex. Camp, dinner and accommodation.
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Day 4: Wiñaywayna – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes – Cusco

Before sunrise, around 4:30 a.m. After breakfast, we start a short walk to get to Inti IntiPunku (Puerta del Sol), which has a fantastic view of Machu Picchu. Guided tour of about two hours through the main temples of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, and then have free time to climb to Waynapicchu. In the afternoon we went to the town of Aguas Calientes to take our train back to Ollantaytambo and then the bus to Cusco.
Huayna Picchu is located behind the mountain, where Machu Picchu in order to take aerial view of the Inca citadel. There is a checkpoint in Machu Picchu to go up to Huayna Picchu. You must enter your name and receive a ticket to go up to Huayna Picchu. The guide indicates how to get the ticket, but it is not necessary to pay anything else. Only 400 people can visit a day divided into two shifts. Machu Picchu receives more than 1000 visitors per day and usually lacks fees to climb the Huayna Picchu. No book has been done before. In general, travelers who arrive by other routes Quotas because they arrive at Machu Picchu earlier. In order to better get up early and watch the sunrise.
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