Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days - group departure (Classic Inca Trail)
Machu Pichu Trek Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
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Machu Pichu Trek.
Bus to the Huacachina Oasis, Roxner Paracas Peninsula & Ballestas Islands. Trips from Lima. Nazca Lines night bus to Arequipa. Colca Canyon and Misti Vulcano. Chachani Climb, Copacabana to Sangalle Trek in the Colca Canyon. Bus Chivay to Puno and Lake Titikaka. Taquile Island and Urus floating reed islands. Inka Express bus to Cusco or Andean Explorer. Andahuayllilas Church.
Machu Pichu Trek.
South America's most famous trek. The trail starts at "KM 82
” and follows an old Inca trail with several important Inca ruins and ends on the 4th day at the site of Machu Picchu. From there we take the bus to Agua Calientes (who feels like walking more: 1 hour downhill walking) and from there the train back to Cusco.
Due to a very high number of visitors the amount of people entering the trail is now limited to 500 per day. In the high season (May - October) therefor, reservations have to be made at least 4 months in advance to assure your place. In the low season reservations may be made up until 4 weeks before starting the trek.
It is not allowed to hike the Inca Trail without official guidance.
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu altitude chart
| Tent Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Pick up at your hotel in Cusco in the morning and transfer to "Km 82" (2,720 m) - Hike to Huayllabamba
Visit the Inca archaeological site Patallacta
Camping Huayllabamba (2,950 m)
Views of the snow-capped Mount Veronica
Huayllabamba - Pacaymayu
Warmihuañusca Pass (Pass of the dead woman, 4.200 m)
Camping Pacaymayu (3,600 m)
Pacaymayu - Wiñayhuayna
Runcurakay Pass (3,990 m)
Visit the Inca sites Runcurakay, Sayamarca, Conchamarca, Pyumarca and Wiñayhuayna.
Camping Wiñayhuayna (2,700 m).
Wiñayhuayna - Machu Picchu - Cusco
2 hours guided tour of Machu Picchu.
Bus down to Aguas Calientes. If preferred, you can also walk down the hiking trail.
Train back to Ollantaytambo / Poroy. Transportation to the hotel in Cusco
Campsites are assigned by the Culture Institute in Cusco and may be different than the ones mentioned in the itinerary.
Transport from/to your ho(s)tel in Cusco.
English speaking official guide
Porters carry camping equipment and food. Personal equipment (including mattress & sleeping bag) is carried by clients. See FAQ for information on porters for personal equipment.
Good and varied food (vegetarian option)
All camping equipment and cooking/eating utensils (including mattress).
All entrance fees.
Bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes.
Train back to Ollantaytambo/Poroy and transport to your hotel in Cusco.
First aid kit & oxygen bottle.
Additional beverages or meals in villages
Breakfast on the 1st day and lunch and dinner in Aguas Calientes
Return or abortion otherwise as planned itinerary: transport & possible accommodation costs (also for staff)
Personal mountain equipment such as trekking shoes, rain/wind jacket/pants, hat, gloves, sunglasses etc.
Sleeping bag (Rental US $ 6 per day)
FAQ group departures:
Can I book a group departure as a single traveller?
Yes, this trek is guaranteed to start every day (not in February due to maintenance work on the trail).
Can we hire an extra porter for personal luggage?
Yes, US $ 140 for the whole trip.
Porters carry up to 16 kg from the clients and may be shared by several clients.
Hotels, bus before/after trek?
We can also organize transfers, hotels in Cusco or other cities, packages in the rest of the country etc. If you would prefer more services, from the airport in Cusco or Lima for example or a complete Peru travel package, please let us know.
How many days acclimatization do we need before starting the trek?
We recommend at least 1 full day (2 nights) on altitude before starting the trek. If you have been on altitude in the South of the country before (Colca Canyon, Puno, Cusco – all on altitude) or in Huaraz you shouldn´t consider this anymore and might as well go to the trek immediately after arrival to Cusco.
Can you accommodate food sensitivities?
Our cooks are used to dealing with vegetarians and vegans.
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