Trip at a Glance
Cusco Region, Peru
Adventure, Hiking Trekking
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Pre-departure Inca Trail tour briefing, presented by your tour guides at our downtown Cusco office Collection from your hotel in Cusco and transfer to head of Inca trail at Km. 82 (trek starting point) Entrance ticket to the Inca Trail (Inca Trail Permit) Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu Two hours Machu Picchu guided tour Visit different Inca archaeological sites during the Inca Trail hike Bus ticket down from Machu Picchu complex to Aguas Calientes Return Expedition train ticket on Day 4 from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo Collection from train station on day 4 and transfer to downtown Cusco Professional multilingual Inca Trail Tour guides and leaders Assistant Tour Guide (for groups of 9 or more people) Savvy cook and cooking equipment Well treated local porters (service to carry tents, food and cooking equipment only) 3 Nutritious Breakfasts 3 High-energy Lunches 3 Delicious Dinners Vegetarian food available upon request with no extra charge Nutritious Snacks Hot tea kindly brought to your tent first thing in the morning One liter boiled water every day after breakfast to refill your bottles, from second day Clean and spacious 4P-capacity Tents – only 2 people per tent Comfortable Personal foamy pad (double foam), given to you at the beginning of the trek Dining and kitchen tent Portable camping tables and chairs 24 hours emergency oxygen assistance First aid equipment Bio-degradable personal hand soaps Bio-degradable dishwashing detergents used by our kitchen staff Accommodation, food, transport, permits and entrance fees for our porters and cooks Specialized travel advisor assigned for you to customize the rest of your Peru Trip High-quality service and support
Not included: International round-trip airfare to and from Peru Tips and gratuities Sleeping bag Travel insurance Personal trekking gear. Important note: Campsite allocations are subject to change depending on availability provided by the National Institute of Culture (government office in charge of the Inca Trail).
- Walking from one ancient Inca ruin to the next is a mystical and enigmatic experience you will never forget
- The Inca Trail is the best-known and most popular hike on the South American continent, complemented only by the iconic Inca site of Machu Picchu. Together they have become one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
- Be rewarded with an unforgettable sight. A backdrop of natural beauty, human art and forested peaks framing the magical city of Machu Picchu.