Peru Regular Inca Trail
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Peru Regular Inca Trail
Starting At: $1170 USD
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Difficulty: Normal
Length: 6
Places: Cusco - Machu Picchu
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Be a part of Peru Regular Inca Trail and experience four days of walking alongside imposing mountains, beautiful cloud forest’s, the majesty of Machu Picchu and the impressive views of the Sun Gate.

Peru Regular Inca Trail Highlights

Magnificent mountains, sub-tropical vegetation, flora and fauna and the fantastic Inca ruins are only but a small part of what Peru Regular Inca Trail has to offer you. With over 220 orchids species in the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu alongside many bird species, animals and reptiles only adds to the diverse beauty the region has to offer. A trek spread over 44 kilometers of stunning Andean pathways, introducing you to ancient ruins and archeological sites. Spirited travelers with a good level of fitness and hungry for adventure is all that’s required, no age restrictions. Our six days regular Inca trail includes your first full day in Cusco, acclimatizing to the area before you embark on your four days of adventure!

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Peru Tours - Indigenous man with colorful clothing

Indigenous man with colorful clothing

Cusco

Dating back to the 12th century the Inca empire is a remarkable place to behold. Nowadays declared a World Heritage site, Cusco garners millions of visitors a year that showcase ancient ruins that to this day still stand. Beautiful highlands, landscapes, wildlife and walking among ancient paths are all part of Cusco’s bewildering charm.

Wiñay Wayna

Also known as “forever young” in Quechua, Wiñay Wayna is an imposing Inca ruin protruding from a sheer hillside surmounting the Urubamba river. The impressive complex which once housed locals that built numerous agricultural terraces all connected by a staircase and fountain structures.

Inti Punku

The sun gate (Inti Punku) offers no less than an impressive view of Machu Picchu and its beautiful surroundings. The Inca trail connected to Macchu Picchu with approximately a mile away, an archeological site considered a must see for everyone that visits Cusco.

Machu Picchu

Built around the 1450, Machu Picchu is a World wonder cultural site that remains relatively true to its origins, restoration work continues to this day providing visitors with a clear idea of the original site structures. An impressive Inca site located 2,430 meters above sea level, following the classical building practices with polished dry-stone walls. Three of its primary structures Inti Watana – The Temple of the Sun, and the room of the Three Windows are all within the confinement of the Sacred District, named by archeologists.

Itineraries 2015


Day 1

Cusco Arrival – Afternoon City Tour

Your tour starts with a morning flight to Cusco; you will be greeted upon arrival and transferred to your hotel to settle in. You will be picked up in the afternoon to start with your first scheduled activity, a city tour of Cusco. The city tour includes many significant sites of the area; The Cathedral, Tambomachay “Temple of the Water”, Koricancha “Temple of the Sun” Qenqo and Sacsayhuaman. The afternoon tour lasts around 4 hours; you will spend the night at a local hotel or hostel (price dependent).

Breakfast


Day 2

Cusco – Wayllabamba

Cusco – Wayllabamba
Your morning starts with an early pick up by our guide from your hotel. A two-hour drive taking you through the sacred valley headed towards Ollantaytambo with an included stop at a typical local market where you can buy any last minute provisions.
One hour further in of travel and we arrive at km82, where our trek will begin, but not before having breakfast while enjoying the view of Veronica Snow Mountain. Our hiking sets departure for the next three hours; we will catch a break for lunch close to Llactapata ruins. Our trek continues through lush farmland and woodlands where we set camp at Wayllabamba.

 

Breakfast Lunch Dinner


Day 3

Wayllabamba – Warmiwañusca – Pacaymayo

After breakfast, we embark ourselves for the toughest part of the trail. Following 3 hours of walking, the highest point on the Inca Trail is finally reached. This portion of the hike (Wamiwañusca) is generally known as Dead Woman’s Pass (4,200m) where you get to experience an incredible panoramic view of the area.

We continue with our hike down towards Pacamayo after lunch; this is where we will set camp for the night. A nutritious dinner will be served followed by a good night sleep to recover our energy.

 

Breakfast Lunch Dinner


Day 4

Wayllabamba – Warmiwañusca – Pacaymayo

After breakfast, we embark ourselves for the toughest part of the trail. Following 3 hours of walking, the highest point on the Inca Trail is finally reached. This portion of the hike (Wamiwañusca) is generally known as Dead Woman’s Pass (4,200m) where you get to experience an incredible panoramic view of the area.

We continue with our hike down towards Pacamayo after lunch; this is where we will set camp for the night. A nutritious dinner will be served followed by a good night sleep to recover our energy.

 

Breakfast Lunch Dinner


Day 5

Wayllabamba – Warmiwañusca – Pacaymayo

After breakfast, we embark ourselves for the toughest part of the trail. Following 3 hours of walking, the highest point on the Inca Trail is finally reached. This portion of the hike (Wamiwañusca) is generally known as Dead Woman’s Pass (4,200m) where you get to experience an incredible panoramic view of the area.

We continue with our hike down towards Pacamayo after lunch; this is where we will set camp for the night. A nutritious dinner will be served followed by a good night sleep to recover our energy.

 

Breakfast Lunch Dinner


Day 6

End of Tour – Return Flight

Your tour ends, after breakfast you can feel free to further explore your surroundings in Cusco prior to your return flight.

Breakfast

3 Star Hotel
Rumi Punku

Hotel Rumi Punku

Gringo Bills

Gringo Bills Hotel

4 Star Hotel
Aranwa Boutique

Aranwa Boutique Hotel

Inkaterra Pueblo

Inkaterra pueblo hotel

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Personal porter (max 7kg per person)
 
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Single supplement
 
Hiking & camping gear
 
Personal expenses & tipping
 
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Add to your Experience
huaynapicchu mountain
Huaynapicchu mountain climb is an excellent way of ending your tour with added excitement! consult with your travel consultant for permits, rates & availability.

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