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Inca Trail 4D/3N

Machu Picchu Panoramic
The Inca trail is considered one of the most beautiful and stunning trails in America and it definitely provides a lifetime experience that you will never forget. The Inca trail passes through many archeological sites along the way and offers wonderful views and sights.
The Incas used the following path to the Sacred Citadel of Machu Picchu.

Inca Trail Itinerary:
Altitude: 2050 – 4200 m. / 6730 – 13780 f.
High Season: March – January
Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
Level of Difficulty: Moderate
Route: Closed in February


Day 1: Cusco – Km 82 – Wayllabamba – Yuncachimpa

We will depart from Cusco at 5:30AM; will pick you up at your hotel in our bus to head towards the Sacred Valley. In Ollantaytambo we will have a break to enjoy breakfast. Then we will go to KM 82 which is the starting point of the hike. Once there we will register at the control point. After crossing the bridge we will start the famous Inca Trail.

The first day of the Inca Trail is easy and it is the preparation for the challenge of the following dates. In Miskay we will enjoy lunch at the river bank, at this time the guide will provide information about the archeological site of Llactapata. Once the lunch is finished we will continue hiking to Wayllabamba and ascending to Yuncachimpa, where we will spend the night at the campsite. This is the perfect spot to have a great view of Veronica glacier.

  • Level of difficulty: moderate
  • Hiking time: 6-7 hours
  • Total distance: 11km approx.


Day 2: Yuncachimpa – Llulluchapampa – Warmihuañusca pass – Pacaymayu – Runkurakay pass – Chaquicocha

The second day everyone can go on their own pace. We will start the trek through the valley of Llulluchapampa; the first 3km of walking are steep until we arrive to the campsite, from Llulluchapampa (3850m/12631f). we will continue the trek for 2 – 3 hours until we reach the highest point of this section, Warmiwañusca Pass (Dead woman pass) (4200m/113780f). This climb is the most difficult part of the trek. We will have a break at the top just before start descending to river Pacaymayo (Sunrise River) towards the Runkurakay pass (3050m/10007f) until you reach our camping site called Chaquicocha at (3650m/11975f). After this long day you deserve a good rest while enjoying the wonderful views of the mountains.

  • Level of difficulty: challenge
  • Hiking time: 8-9 hours
  • Total distance: 15 km approx.


Day 3: Chaquicocha – Phuyupatamarca – Wiñayhuayna

The third day of the trek is the most beautiful one. You will see how the landscapes change from mountains to a tropical forest, we will pass two lakes at the top of the second pass (3950m), and it is a nice walk observing beautiful cloud forest landscapes before we get to the third pass (3700m) where we will enjoy an amazing view of the Urubamba Valley.

Then we will arrive to the site Phuyupatamarca/”Town above the clouds” (3600m/11811f). This is a well maintened archeological site; you can enjoy the ancient engineering used to build it. Then we will pass an Inca tunnel just before to arrive the site of Wiñaywayna/”Forever young” (2650m/8694f). The path changes into a zigzag trail until we arrive to the last campsite.

  • Level of difficulty: normal, unforgettable (easy)
  • Hiking time: 5-6 hours
  • Total distance: 10 km approx.


Day 4: Wiñayhuayna – Machu Picchu – Cusco

We will have a very early breakfast at 4:30AM, and then we will head to the Inti Punku (Sun Gate) from where we will get the first sight of Machu Picchu and enjoy the beautiful sunrise over the archeological site. The last part of the trek is one-hour descend before to reach the splendorous citadel of Machu Picchu (2400m//7874f). Once there you will have two hours of guided tour in the site. During the tour you will understand the meaning and use of all the types of buildings. Then will have plenty of time to explore the complex on your own. If you have tickets you can start the climbing to Huaynapicchu Mountain. Once you are ready to get down to Aguas Calientes, you will take the bus down. In the town you can enjoy a relaxing time at the hot springs, the entrance ticket is 10 soles per person. The train will depart from Aguas Calientes in the late afternoon.

  • Level of difficulty: normal, unique (easy)
  • Hiking time: 2-3 hours
  • Total distance: 7 km approx.
Price of the package with all included $459






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