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Inca Trail 4D/3N by train
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Inca Trail 4D/3N by train
Inca Trail 4D/3N by train
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Inca Trail 4D/3N by train

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The Inca Trail is one of our most reserved alternatives for tourists from around the world, because it has spectacular landscapes and along this route you will find Inca ruins to end up visiting the citadel of Machupicchu.

Only 500 people per day are admitted to the Inca Trail between tourists, tourist guides, cooks, muleteers, which means that spaces are considerably reduced, and many tourists reserve it for months and in some cases years in advance to avoid losing a quota of income. So we recommend making your reservation in advance.


Day 1: Cusco - Ollantaytambo - Wayllabamba.

Our trip will start at 5:30 a.m. We will pick you up from your hotel to go on our tourist bus to the town of Ollantayatmbo, where those who wish can have breakfast or buy some candies, chocolates that help for the walk, then continue to Km. 82 Piscacucho (2700 masl) where the first entrance control to the Inca Trail is located.

Then start the 2 hour walk to Patallacta (2750 masl) Inca archaeological site where our guide will give you a short explanation and then continue our trip to Wayllabamba on the way we will have lunch, prepared by our experienced chef and his team which We will surely leave you amazed with the food, after lunch we will continue with our 1:30 hour walk to our Wayllabamba camp (3000 meters above sea level), where after a well-deserved rest we will have dinner, and we will rest in our tents.

 This first day only breakfast is not included.

From the KM. 82 towards Wayllabamba there are 8 KM, which are approximately 4.00 hours of walking


Day 2: Wayllabamba-Warmiwañusca step -Pacaymayo.

In the morning we will have breakfast at 05.30 am, then we will continue the 45 minute walk to the second Wayllabamba checkpoint and then we will begin a gradual ascent of 1.30 minutes (4 km) to our first resting point named Tres Piedras, then continue the ascent of 1.30 minutes (4 km) towards our second resting point LLullucha pampa 3800 masl, then we continue the 1.45 minute walk (4 km) to the Warmiwañusca pass of 4215 masl, then we do a 2.30 minute descent to the Pacay camp in May 3600 masl where we will have our tea and dinner, where we will spend the night in this place.

On the second day breakfast, lunch and dinner are included.

From Wayllabamba to Pacaymayo there are 12 km, which are about 8 hours of walking.


DAY 3: Pacaymayo - Wiñayhuayna.

After breakfast we will continue our walk this stretch is 16 km. Full of vegetation and number of Inca archaeological sites of different functions. The first archaeological site we will visit will be Runcurakay (3750 masl) which is located 45 minutes from the starting point that is another Inca archaeological complex in the form of towers that has a site strategic surveillance of this valley, then we continue to Runcurakay Pass 3900 masl where we have a brief explanation of the Inca culture and then descend for the time of 1.30 minutes to the second archaeological site of visit Sayacmarka (area difficult to climb, because of the difficulty of the bleachers) then continue the time of 25 minutes to lunch point Chaquicocha where we will taste a lunch prepared by the chef and then continue the walk to the next archaeological site to visit Puyupatamarca name 3750 meters above sea level For the time of 2.30 minutes, we continue with the 3-hour descent of bleachers to our camp Wiñayhuayna where we will have our special tea and dinner because this day we will have a farewell ceremony to our porters.

From Pacaymayo to Wiñayhuayna there are 16 KM which are approximately 10 hours of walking.


DAY 4- Wiñayhuayna - Machupichu - Cusco.

This day we get up 3.30 am for breakfast, then descend to the control point where we will wait for a time of 1.20 minutes., Passing the control we will walk for the time of 1.30 minutes to the point of Inti Punku (door of the sun) where we will spend a break from 20 minutes to have the majestic view of Machupicchu and Wayna Picchu and then begin the descent of 1.00 hours to the citadel of Machu Picchu.

Once you enter Machu Picchu, our guide will give you a guided tour of 2 hours through the main sites that Machupicchu hosts, at the end of the tour you will have time to visit Machupicchu on your own.

The only thing that you have to remember is that this day we also return to Cusco for which we have to take the train that will leave the town of Aguas Calientes at 18.30 in the direction of the town of Ollantaytambo.

At the train station of Ollantaytambo, our transfer and tourist bus will be waiting for you to bring you back to the city of Cusco arriving at 22:30 leaving them in the Plaza de San Francisco located two blocks from the Plaza de Armas del Cusco .


OPTIONAL VISIT OF WAYNAPICCHU OR MOUNTAIN OF MACHUPICCHU.

If you want to visit Waynapicchu or mountain The hours of admission are the following:

The view to Waynapicchu has two shifts.

    - Machupicchu + Huynapicchu opening hours from 7:00 a.m. at 8:00 a.m.

    - Machupicchu + Huynapicchu opening hours from 10:00 a.m. at 11:00 a.m.

The view to the mountain of Machupicchu has two shifts:

    - Machupicchu + Mountain opening hours from 7:00 a.m. at 8:00 a.m.

     - Machupicchu + Mountain hours of entry from 9:00 a.m. at 10:00 a.m.

It is only possible to visit one of these two mountains. the extra cost is S / .200.00 soles to the total price and are subject to availability so it is recommended to do it in advance, please write to give the availability.


INCLUDES:

    - Transportation to Km. 82 (where the Inca Trail begins).

    - Entrance ticket to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.

    - Professional guide.

    - Matras, tents (Quadruples - only for 2 paxs).

    - Cook and kitchen equipment.

    - Tables and chairs.

    - Food (04 breakfast- 04 lunch - 03 dinners).

    - Porters that will load the camping equipment, food.

    - First aid kit.

    - Oxygen balloon

    - Return by backpacker train Aguas Calientes - Ollantaytambo hour 18.30.

    - Tourist car from Ollantaytambo - Cusco


DOES NOT INCLUDE:

    - Sleeping bag (rental price 15.00 usd for 4 days)

   - Admission to the hot springs in Aguas Calientes.

   - Tips.

   - Visit Huaynapicchu or Mountain of Machupicchu, extra cost of new income of S /. 200.00 adult.

   - Extra porter who will carry 14 kilos of their belongings for 4 days USD $ 130.00


OPTIONAL:

    -Category Luxury hotel in Aguas Calientes

    -Visita Huaynapicchu or Mountain of Machupichu extra cost of new income of S /. 200.00


RECOMMENDATIONS:

    - Half-size backpack

    - Lightweight shirts

    -Trackers for trekking.

    - Raincoat

    - The right clothes (hot and cold water)

    - Water bottle

    - Sunscreen

    - Round to protect

    - Sunglasses

    - Bombones, candies (can be purchased in Cusco)

   - Personal things (camera, extra money, etc)

    -Trail walking.

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