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Inca trail to 5 days takes more time to do the traditional Inca Trail to
Machu Picchu (Machu Picchu), leaving more time to appreciate the nature and
archaeology along the way. We spend one long fourth day visiting Wiρay wayna
and Machu Picchu, and on the fifth day we return to Machu Picchu to see the
sunrise from the Sun Gate. We encounter valleys that contain wildlife
endemic to high deserts or the tropics, between stretches of puna and cloud
forest. We encounter mysterious archaeological sites half covered by jungle
overgrowth, which look like you are discovering them for the first time.
Machu Picchu is one of the world greatest cultural treasures, and of these
is the most enigmatic.
DURATION: 5 days / 4 nights.
SEASON: From January / to December 2015 (Except February)
subject to availability
GUIDE SERVICE: Private
RETURN : Expedition Train
PRICE PER PERSON
3 OR 4
PEOPLE OR +
Before taking this tour you must know about the new regulations created to
minimize impact on the fragile environment of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary,
now days only 500 people in total including guides, cooks and porters on the
classic Inca Trail, the shorter Inca Trail and the Salkantay trek 7 days are
allow to enter in Machu Picchu though the Inca trail daily.
We advise you to book early (at least 90 days in advance is recommended) to
secure your spot.
On the other hand, you must have the following information to reserve as in
your passport and from each participant in your group:
*Trek departure date:
*Prior arrival date in Cusco
*Name (as in your passport)
*Special Food Requirement
*Gender: Male / Female
*Student with ISIC card: No / Yes
*Accommodation in Cusco (Address and Phone Number)
Important: Kindly take note that once your spot is reserve and
confirmed is non refundable neither allow to do any modifications like names,
passport numbers or so.
We appreciate your cooperation in this fact as we are also working with the
Day 1 Chillca / Llactapata
At 6 in the morning our private van picks passengers
up from their hotels. We drive down through the Sacred
Valley to Chilca. Here we meet the porters, the Quechua-speaking
natives of this rugged country. Tonight we camp at
Llactapata, an important fort along the Urubamba River.
Day 2 Llactapata / Llullucha
After a healthy breakfast we climb up away from the
river, heading straight for Salkantay, a snow-capped
mountain that reaches 20,600 feet high and the most
imposing peak in this region. At Huayllabamba the
streambed forks, and we turn away from Salkantay to the
SW and head NW along the trail. We camp at
Llulluchapampa, part way up to the high pass of
Day 3 Llullucha / Phuyupatamarca
Today the first part of the trek takes us over the
Warmiwauska pass at the height of 13,500 feet. At its
heights, the amazing stone trail is better preserved
than when it passes through lower lands. As we descend,
we leave the tundra vegetation and enter the elfin
forest of bonsai trees covered by a profusion of
creepers and orchids. We pass the important ruins of
Runkuraqay and Sayacmarca and camp at Phuyupatamarca,
the city above the clouds, from which there are
spectacular views of snow covered mountain ranges.
Day 4 Phuyupatamarca / Machu Picchu
Passing through the Inti Punku (gates of the sun),
we arrive in Machu Picchu , the lost city of the Incas.
We will visit the town of Aguas Calientes and enjoy a
relaxing bath at the local hot springs and later we will
camp by the river.
Day 5 Machu Picchu / Cuzco
We will rise early in the morning. After breakfast
we will take a bus up to visit the lost city of Machu
Picchu. An optional hike for the more dynamic people in
the group would be to hike up to Huayna Picchu, the
pyramid-shaped peak that overlooks Machu Picchu. We will
take the late afternoon train back to Cuzco.
Note: There is the option of relaxing in the hot springs
in Aguas Calientes.
Professional English/Spanish speaking guide.
Private transportation round trip to Chilca (km 104)
Entrance fees for the Inca Trail and Machupicchu
Transportation by bus from Machupicchu to Aguas
Double Occupancy Tents
Camping Equipment: Bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dining
tent, chairs, tables and comfortable mattresses
Porters to carry food, tents and cooking gear
Coffee breaks in the afternoons
All meals (including breakfast the 1st day, not
including lunch the 5th day)
First aid kit/Oxygen
Train ticket back to Cusco (Backpacker Service)
WE SUGGEST YOU TO BRING
Personal Sleeping Bag
Backpack and Daypack
Hiking shoes or boots
Raincoat or poncho
Water bottle, flashlight, hat, sun block, sunglasses
Warm clothes, Light clothes, 4 pairs of socks
Chocolates, candies or other snacks
Camera + Film/Video camera (optional)
-Breakfast first day (you can order an early breakfast at your
-Lunch last day
-Hot springs pool visit (on your own).
-Tips to the crew (guides, cooks and porters).
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Fax Number +51 1 2421273
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