Inca Trail to Machupicchu 4d/3n

This is the most famous trek in south America, the original way to Machu Picchu and it´s been rated as in the top 5 treks of the world.

Going through awe inspiring landscapes, as well as through important Incan archeological sites such temples, fortresses, way stations, Inca tunnels, lakes, to appreciate snowcapped mountains, jungle, etc.

Our professional tour guides will explain history, flora and fauna, astronomy etc. Our team of well-trained and respected porters and camp staff work hard to provide comfortable, clean, and ecologically-responsible campsites along the way.  On the fourth day, we arrive to Machu Picchu early for the sunrise, and from the sun gate we will get the first glimpse of the archeological wonder. After the tour in the morning of Machu Picchu we will return to Cusco by train in the afternoon.


Day 1: Cusco- Huayllabamba

We will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco at 6am and drive through the Sacred Valley to the community of Piscaycucho (Railroad K82 – 2700m/8856ft),where you´ll get changed and ready to show your Passport to authorities  and begin the Inca Trail. Following a trail along the left-hand shore of the Urubamba River, we enjoy stunning views of the snow-capped mountain Veronica (5830m.) and some archeological sites along the way such way stations, watch towers, Inca city of  at Llactapata. later a nice spot for lunch and final gradual climb through forest to our first campsite at Wayllabamba (3000m./9840ft.)

Total distance: 12km
Estimated walking time: 5-6 hours
Maximum altitude: 3,000 m (9,840 ft)
Campsite altitude: 3,000 m (9,840 ft)

Meals provided: Snacks, lunch, tea time and Dinner

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Day 2: Huayllabamba-Pacamayo

Our proters will wake you up with a nice tea and after breakfast we will begging the climb which isa round 5 hours average to the top called the “Dead woman pass” (4200m/13776ft) by  going through andean cloud forest and highlandpuna During our ascent, we can appreciate the wide variety of plant, flower, and bird species supported by this unique eco-climate. Once we reach the pass, our challenge is rewarded by an astonishing panoramic view of the Vilcanota and Vilcabamba mountain ranges. From here, we descend into the Pacaymayo river valley and on to our second campsite.

Meals provided: Breakfast, Snacks, lunch, tea time and Dinne

Meals provided: Snacks, lunch, tea time and Dinner

Total distance: 12 km (7.5 miles)
Estimated walking time: 6-7 hours
Maximum altitude: 4,200 m (13,770 ft)
Campsite altitude: 3,500 m (11,480 ft)

Day 3: Pacamayo-Wiñay Wayna

This is a unique day where after the climb 2 hours up to the second pass (3,900 mts, 12,600 ft) and later with gradual climbs of some ups and downs, we follow ancient stone paths and steps to the well-preserved Inca remains of Runkurakay,Sayacmarca, and Phuyupatamarca. Along our visit to the sites we can appreciate the Incas’ complex architectural style and reverence of natural geography and beauty.Heading down the sub-tropical forest until we will reach one of the most beautiful Inca ruins of Wiñay Wayna, (another pilgrimage site) there we camp for the 3rd night.

Meals provided: Snacks, lunch, tea time and Dinner

Total distance: 16 km (10miles)
Estimated walking time: 8 hours
Maximum altitude point: 3,800 m (12,470 ft)
Campsite altitude: 2,650 m (8,700 ft)

Day 4: Wiñay Wayna-Machu Picchu-Cusco

Early in the morning we depart saying goodbye to our Cooks and porters, and later we will go through some gradual and small ups and downs through the highland jungle to our destination: Intupunku, or the Sun Gate to Machu Picchu. There we catch our first breathtaking view of this historical wonder. We´ll the have of the day to learn about and explore the main complex of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary before taking the train back to Cusco in the afternoon.

Meals provided: Snacks

Total distance: 5 km (3miles)

Estimated walking time: 2 hours
Maximum altitude point: 2,700 m (8,860 ft)
Campsite altitude: 2,400 m (7,870 ft)


PRICE IN GROUP / SHARE SERVICE: US$ 695.00 per person


  • 2 people   US$985 per person

  • 3 people   US$895 per person

  • 4 people   US$835 per person

  • 5 people   US$795 per person

  • 6 people   US$775 per person

  • 7+ people US$745 per person

* NOTE: In private service include a half Porter to carry up to 7 kilograms of your personal belongings



  • Comfortable and spacy tents

  • Hotel transfers and private bus to trailhead

  • Entrance fees for Inca Trail and Machu Picchu

  • High quality double-occupancy tents and camping equipment

  • Sleeping foam mattress (optional to hire Therma-rest inflatable matrasse)

  • Hot water in the morning for washing

  • Drinking water throughout the trek

  • Dining tent, kitchen tent, and latrine tent

  • Oxygen bottle and first aid kit equipped for wilderness trekking

  • Professional, English-speaking guide and camp staff

  • Porters to carry camping equipment (passengers must carry their own bags with pooled service)

  • Plentiful, nutritious meals (Vegetarian option available) 03B, 03L, 03D

  • Bus ticket from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes

  • Train ticket back to Cusco, Backpacker service

  • Transfer from Poroy train station to hotel (pooled service Cusco train station to hotel)


  • Sleeping bag

  • Breakfast on the first morning

  • Tips for guide and camp staff

  • Sleeping Bag: $20

  • Inflatable Air Matt therma-rest: $20

  • Walking Sticks (Pair): $15


  • Porter to carry passenger bags $70 for trip  – one porter can usually carry for two people – 7 Kilos max each person)

  • Sleeping bag: $20 for whole trip.


  • Passport, the same Passport number that you used for booking this trip

  • ISIC card (Students)

  • Backpack or duffle bag

  • Sleeping bag

  • Warm clothing/thermals

  • Insect repellent

  • Trekking shoes/wool socks

  • Water bottle

  • Rain gear  (Nov-Mar)

  • Day pack

  • Sunscreen and hat

  • Personal medical kit

  • Flashlight

  • Light and warm clothing


We suggest you arrive in Cusco at least two days before your trek to allow yourself time to acclimatize. The more acclimatized you are the more you will enjoy the trek.

Please let us know the name and telephone number of your hotel in Cusco so we can locate you if needed.