This 4 day hike to Machu Picchu ends with entering the Incan sanctuary through the famous Sun´s Gate ("Inti Punku" in Quechua native language). Create a memory of a lifetime and join us on this exciting trek in Peru.
This 4 days hike is moderate to difficult. If you are able to walk in average 5-6 hours a day you will be able to do this trek.
Tierras Vivas is looking forward to providing you with a great adventure on the Inca Trail in Peru.
Day 1: We pick you up from your hotel and transfer to Km 82, where start hiking the Inca Trail with a professional guide, cook and porters.
Day 2 and Day 3: We continue our hiking on the Inca trail and Wiñaywayna.
Day 4: Wake up early and hike to Machu Picchu. Here we will get a guided tour of Machu Picchu and in the afternoon return to Cusco.
- Pre-trek briefing with your Tour Guide
- Transfer by private vehicle to the initial point of the trail at Km 82
- Accommodation: Camping (3 nights)
- Inca Trail Permit and entrance fee to Machu Picchu
- Meals: 3x breakfast, 3x lunch, 3x dinner, 3x afternoon hot beverages (If you are a vegetarian, please advise us in advance. A vegetarian meal option is at NO extra cost);
- Experienced bilingual Tour Guide (a group up to 10 participants has 1 Tour Guide, groups over 10 participants receive 2 Tour Guides)
- A professional Cook
- Porters to carry food, camping and cooking equipment
- Camping equipment: double tents, sleeping foam matts, tables and chairs, cooking tent with cooking equipment, dining and toilet tents and bottled gas;
- A sleeping bag (down to -5°C);
- After the trek, tourist train (Expedition Class) from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo, and tourist bus from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.
- Breakfast on the first day and last lunch in the town of Aguas Calientes
- A shuttle bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes Town ($9.50 one way, $18.50 - a round trip);
- Travel insurance
- Entrance fee to Wayna Picchu ($65) or Machu Picchu Mountain ($55)
- Extra Porter to help you carry up to 15 kg of your personal belongings
- Tips to local staff (please note: it is a custom to give tips in Peru; however, it is not mandatory)