Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu 4D/3N Group Service

Machupicchu, Perú

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Adrian Gutierrez
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Duration: 4 days
Group size: 2 - 100
Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu 4D/3N Group Service
Machupicchu, Perú

Adrian Gutierrez
  • Email address verified

$NaN
Duration: 4 days
Group size: 2 - 100

About this trip

The Inca trail has incredible routes, steps through the Andean mountains, archeological centers of the Inca civilization, cloud forests full of wildlife, this is the most popular and recognized hike worldwide.


The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is the most popular trek in all of Peru, this sacred trail is full of a lot of history and is part of what it used to be in the time of the Inca empire. This 26-mile trail is the only way to access Machu Picchu directly after 3 amazing treks in the Andes of Peru. It is the most controlled hike in Peru. Walk permits, controlled by the government, can only be purchased by licensed operators.


All our tours of the Inca Trail are with tour guides specialized in high mountains, and extensive knowledge of a lot of history, made up of a great team of workers, fully trained for the trip, meals, camps, assistance and personalized service, our job is to guarantee your safety and integrity.

If you choose this route to Machupicchu via the Inca Trail, it will certainly be a great challenge. However, we have another even more challenging, more beautiful option, is the Salkantay route.

Whichever route you choose, we will be attentive to advise and help you choose the best option.


Route: Inca Trail - Machu Picchu
Distance: 43KM/26 Miles
Considerations: Permit required.
Season: March 1st through January 31st.

IMPORTANT INFO

 The Ministry of Culture in Peru is in charge of all regulations of the Inca Trail, including permits and campsites. To enter the Inca Trail, you must have a permit that matches your NAME, PASSPORT NUMBER, NATIONALITY, and AGE issued by the Ministry of Culture. Only licensed Inca Trail tour operators can secure these, and they are not transferable in date or name at any time. If you are unable to start your Inca Trail trek on your start date, you can not transfer to another person. If you need to change your start date, you will need to make sure permits still exist for the new date and purchase a new permit. These are all rules of the government of Peru that we need to follow.

If permits are sold out for your desired start date, there are lots of other roads that lead to Machu Picchu. We can help you find the perfect trek for you.

Student discount ALTITUDX30

using coupon: ALTITUDX30

The student discount applies only for people who present a valid UNIVERSITY CARD. Minors 17 years old or younger. To grant the discount we need you to send us a copy of your university ID. For children 17 years old and under, we need a copy of passport for the reservation. 

Vistadome Train

Vistadome Train: All our services include the regular train service, expeditions or Voyager. The vistadome train or panoramic train is an upgraded train that  

Huaynapicchu:

Huaynapicchu: This mountain is a 50 minute walk to the top and another 50 minutes return. If you are planning to do this hike on your own, your guide will give you all the indications. For this hike an additional ticket is required and we can reserve it for you. 

The entrance is purchased according to the start of the trip, the entrances are at 10 a.m., have time to enjoy Machupicchu.

ESSENTIALS:

 # Immigration card 

# Backpack ( small) 

# water bottles 

# mountain shoes ( light on recommendation)

# passport # student card ( if you booked as a student)


For you Duffel:

# absorbent shirts 

# pants for walks 

# warm jacket preferably feather 

# sun hat 

# flashlight for personal use 

# waterproof jacket 

#Garbage bag ( for trash) 

# sleeping bag preferably feather


Toiletries: 

# repellents 

# hand sanitizer 

# toilet paper

# personal medication 

# sunscreen

What’s included

  • Professional Guides
    Highly trained guides for high mountain and Incas History
  • Briefing
    We will have an information session, you will receive a travel bag, the bag must not exceed 13 lbs and must include a sleeping bag and air mattress
  • Permits
    All permits Are guaranteed according to availability, As soon as we receive your details and deposit, we will purchase your permits.
  • Transportation
    Transportation is included in the entire journey, both bus and train, from the point of departure to the point of return.
  • Food
    Our staff cook so delicious, our meals are typical and traditional, we respect all food restrictions, if you have any restrictions let me know.
  • Hotel
    We have a selection of hotels, great service and accommodation (if you have any suggestions let us know).
  • Water
    From your first day you will be provided with water, for your walks, this water is boiled, it is necessary to bring personal water bottles.
  • First Aid
    Our team is trained in first aid, in case of emergency we manage an emergency plan if necessary for the promptest and fastest possible attention
  • Extras
    We believe that personalized attention is a plus for us, so small details for us is very important. For them we are committed to creating the real experience towards machupicchu.
  • Taxes and Fees
    All taxes and permit fees associated with this trek are included in the listed price.
  • Satellite Phones
    Our team has a satellite phone.
  • Huayna Picchu
    The mountain that is next to machupicchu, has a duration of about 50 minutes, is quite enpina The walk, has a cost of 75 usd.
  • Rentals
    every traveler needs a sleeping bag when camping. Inflatable air mattresses and walking sticks are recommended. If you do not wish to bring any of the above, all are available for rent
  • Inflatable air mattress
    $15
  • Walking sticks
    $ 10
  • Sleeping bag
    $ 20
  • Backpacks for the Day
    the agency does not provide backpacks, so you must bring your own. Note; Machupicchu does not allow backpacks over 25 lb.
  • Flashlights (lamps)
    it is recommended to bring flashlights for the campsites or headlamps.
  • Flights
    it is recommended to arrive one day before to Cusco or 2 days before, flight delays are common in Cusco due to the change of weather that is generated, therefore we recommend to be days before.
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance
    Travel insurance is recommended, but not mandatory, normally many people get sick with altitude sickness, so we recommend adapting 1 day or 2 days.

Available Packages

Group Tour

Means you are open for other travelers to join you. so you will have different times when walking. Our guide is prepared to keep different walking rhythms. 

$695
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 2 Trekkers

By selecting this package you will participate in a private tour together with 1 companion (remember that when selecting this tour you must buy 2 tickets for the tour)

$1,250
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 3 Trekkers

By selecting this package you will participate in a private tour together with 1 companion (remember that when selecting this tour you must buy 3 tickets for the tour) 

$1,200
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 4 Trekkers

By selecting this package you will participate in a private tour together with 1 companion (remember that when selecting this tour you must buy 4 tickets for the tour)  

$1,100
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 5 Trekkers

By selecting this package you will participate in a private tour together with 1 companion (remember that when selecting this tour you must buy 5 tickets for the tour)   

$950
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 6 Trekkers

By selecting this package you will participate in a private tour together with 1 companion (remember that when selecting this tour you must buy 6 tickets for the tour)   

$775
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 7 Trekkers

By selecting this package you will participate in a private tour together with 1 companion (remember that when selecting this tour you must buy 7 tickets for the tour)    

$725
Deposit: $200
Private Tour: 8 Trekkers or More
$690
Deposit: $200

Available options

Tren Vistadome (Panoramico)
$75
Huaynapicchu
$75
Inflatable air mattress
$15
Walking sticks
$10
Sleeping bag
$20
$NaN


Itinerary

Day 1: Cusco –Piskacucho
Day 1: Cusco – Piskacucho Km 82 – Llactapata – Ayapata

You will proceed with your pick-up directly from your hotel in Cusco, Urubamba or Ollantaytambo. The pick-up in Cusco will be at 4:20 AM, from Urubamba at 5:20 AM, and if you stay in Ollantaytambo, the pick-up will be at 6:20 AM.

Then we will go to Km 82, the first control point of the Inca Trail to begin our trek. Important; have to have your original passport for the entrance to Inca Trail. The first hours of the hike are light, as we will go to our first Inca site. Patallacta is an ancient Inca checkpoint towards Machu Picchu. From there, Patallacta will walk 02 hours to our lunch point. After our delicious lunch, we will continue walking another 2 hours until we reach the camp of our first night in Ayapata (3340 meters)., we will pass through 2 small communities. If they want to buy any energy drinks, snacks or essential items you've forgotten, such as batteries, you can do so here. We will arrive at our camp at 4:30 PM. Once installed, you can rest and have a customer drink and share with the team of workers. At 6:50 PM your dinner will be ready, then you can rest quietly for the next day


Campsite altitude: 3300 meters (high) above sea level

Weather: Chilly 

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Adrian Gutierrez
Joined in October 2021
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