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Inca Trail 7 days | Andean Peru Trip Advisors

Inca Trail 7 days


$ 680 / per person

Cusco, Camino Inca, Machupicchu, Sacred Valley

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Casa Oblitas

Hatun Wasi








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San Agustín








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Palacio del Inka

Tipo de Habitación y Hotel

Important: To confirm your reservation, for Company policy We will only charge a percentage of the total price as initial payment. After the initial payment, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions.

The rest will be canceled when you are with us in Cusco.

Simple Room: Consult here Availability and Initial Payment.


First day:

Pick up from the Cusco airport and transfer to the hotel.

City Tour in Cusco City Qoricancha Cathedral Sacsayhuaman Qenqo Pucapucara Tambomachay (from 1:30 p.m. -18: 30 p.m.).

Night at hotel in Cusco.


Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth days

Trekking Inca Trail to Machupicchu for 4 days and 3 nights.

The last night at hotel in Cusco.


Sixth day

Breakfast at your hotel.

Tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit to Pisac Market, Archaeological Zone and Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.

Buffet lunch in Urubamba.

Night at hotel in Cusco.


seventh day

Breakfast at the hotel.

Transfer from the hotel to Cusco airport.



  • All transfers to hotels, airports, stations and attractions.
  • Tours to Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley of the Incas and Cusco City and surroundings.
  • All transportation for tours.
  • Train tickets return from Machu Picchu to Ollantaytambo and bus to Cusco.
  • Passages of descent in bus of Machupicchu.
  • Professional tourist guide in English or Spanish.
  • Tickets to all the attractions to visit the Inca Trail, Machupicchu, Sacred Valley, City and surroundings, Churches.
  • Transfer in all tours.
  • 3 nights in Hotel (subject to space).
  • 3 buffet breakfasts in the hotels, 1 buffet lunch in the Valley.
  • Classic excursion of the Inca Trail of 4 days and 3 nights.
  • Transportation by bus until the beginning of the trekking.
  • Accommodation in double tents.
  • All food and all crockery during the trekking.
  • 3 breakfasts 3 lunches 3 dinners type snacks.
  • Kitchen, dining room and bathroom tents.
  • Group baggage carriers.
  • Entrance ticket to the citadel.
  • Transfers from the train station.

Not Include:


  • Lunch, Dinner and Services not described.



  • Comfortable shoes for recommendation trekking shoes.
  • Personal hygiene items.
  • Bring personal medicines and an original passport.
  • Waterproof in the rainy season (from October to March).
  • Flashlight, camera and batteries.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Blocker or sunscreen.
  • Caps for the sun.
  • Toilet paper, small towel.
  • Snacks: Cookies, chocolates, etc.
  • Canes.
  • Bring sleeping bag.
  • Long-sleeved polo shirts and shorts.





Transfer to the hotel and City Tour in Cusco:

We will be waiting for you on your arrival at the airport in the city of Cusco, we will take you to the hotel, it is advisable to take coca tea and rest.

In the afternoon approximately between 1:00 pm we will pick you up to start the city tour around the city and surroundings, we will visit the following places:

The Cathedral: The cathedral basilica of Cusco, beautiful architectural jewel that brings together a variety of architectural styles, a walk through the interior invites us to travel through time, get to know our culture and the customs of the colonial era, as well as an admirable collection of canvases. painted by Diego Quispe Tito, Juan Espinoza, Basilio Santa Cruz, among others.

Qoricancha: or Temple of the Sun It was one of the most important temples of the city of Cuzco in Inca times, it is a sample of the perfection and beauty in Inca architecture Many historians and scholars who point out that this place was the most sanctified or revered temple.

Sacsayhuaman: a building of colossal dimensions that causes admiration to the world. It presents immense walls conformed by monumental stones, they are distributed in a zig-zag, on three platforms, and have an average of 360 meters long. There are stones up to 9 meters long and 5 meters wide.

Qenqo: an immense rocky promontory carved out of steps, holes and gutters, the Spanish conquerors gave it the name of Q'inqu, a Quechua word meaning 'labyrinth', by underground labyrinth tunnels and by small channels carved into the rocks in a zigzag pattern.

Pucapucara: Inca military construction part of the defensive set of Cusco in particular and the Inca Empire in general, this fortress is composed of large walls, terraces and stairways, Puca Pucara receives its name in Quechua from "Red Fortress", due to the red color of the rocks, Puca Pucara is another example of military architecture that also functioned as an administrative center, with platforms, overlapping terraces, stairways and passages.

Tambomachay: It is located near the city of Cuzco, an archaeological site that was dedicated to the worship of water and so that the head of the Inca Empire could rest, it consists of a series of aqueducts, canals and several waterfalls that run along the rocks, the surprising thing about this is that, of a main cascade, of which we still do not know where the water comes from.

In the evening they will return between 18: 30hrs to 19: hrs.
Night at the hotel.


Cusco - Inca Trail (Chilca, Wayllabamba, Llactapata)).

We will pick you up at the hotel between 6:00 am and then transfer by bus to km 82 where we will be arriving approximately mid-morning, in this place we will meet the team of people who will accompany us during our trekking, the porters, carpers, cooks, etc; then we will start the walk.

This first day is quite simple in the first kilometers. We will have a beautiful view of the snow-capped Veronica and we will walk next to the Vilcanota River until we reach the archaeological site of Patallacta, where we can have lunch to recover strength and continue until we reach Huayllabamba, where we will make our first camp.

Food included: Lunch, dinner.


Warmiwañusca, Pacaymayo

After a nutritious breakfast, we will begin our second day of trekking, perhaps the most difficult since we will have to climb up to the Warmihuañusca pass (pass of the dead woman) at 4,200 m.s. In that place we can enjoy a panoramic view of the mountain ranges of this region.

After lunch begins the descent to the valley of Pacaymayo where we will build the second camp.

Food included: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner.


Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, Phuyupatamarca y Wiñaywayna.

Early in the morning, just 30 minutes away, we will arrive at the archaeological site of Runquracay, from there we will see that the Inca Trail is paved in its entirety, we will observe the Inca architecture; We will visit Sayacmarca, a beautiful architectural complex.

We will continue our walk towards PUYUPATAMARCA (City above the Clouds).

We continue through Wiñaywayna at 2,690 m.s. located in jungle brow.

Food included: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner.


Wiñayhuayna - Machu Picchu – Cusco.

This last day you will have to get up very early to have your breakfast and start our hike to the Inti Punku or Puerta del Sol, from where you have an impressive panoramic view of the citadel, upon arrival in Machupicchu, we will take a guided tour of the citadel, visiting the main venues, such as the Main Square, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Solar Clock, the Royal Rooms, the Temple of the Three Windows and the cemeteries.

Free time to walk around the citadel and then be transferred by bus to Aguas Calientes for lunch (not included).

In the afternoon or evening (depending on the available schedules and train category), return by rail and land to Cusco and transfer to Cusco.

Food included: Breakfast


Tour al valle sagrado de los incas.

The tour of the Sacred Valley begins with the pick-up of their respective hotels starting at approximately 8:00 am and ending at 6:30 to 7:00 pm; The points of visit are the following.

Pisaq Market: one of the most famous You can buy mates burilados, ceramics, straw hats, alpaca textiles, musical instruments, paintings, antiques, and jewelry to this fair go merchants and indigenous craftsmen from many towns, dressed in their typical costumes.

Pisaq archaeological center: It is located about 30 km northeast of the city of Cusco. It is located on the top of the mountain above the platforms that are in a good state of preservation, Pisac is one of the most beautiful monumental centers of the valley because it combines the landscape with the impeccable finish of its buildings.

Urubamba: City of the Sacred Valley where you can have lunch in the different restaurants.

Ollantaytambo: It was a very important fortified city, to facilitate the control of the roads towards the "Antisuyo" (jungle); according to many historians also to facilitate the protection of the great Inca capital of the attacks of the "Antis" their worst enemies The present town was built in the same place where the urban sector was located in the Incario and it is really interesting because it is the only place in Peru where you can still find people who live in the same buildings that served as housing for the nobles of the Incario.

Chinchero: It was one of the most important Inca populations of the region of Cusco where today you can still see traces of its great past, One of the few places in Cusco that keeps visible the Inca urban layout, the remains of the Inca palace, the colonial church built on a stone base, its perfect andenería and a colorful Sunday fair are its main attractions.


Transfer to the Airport.

Breakfast at your hotel, then we will transfer you to the airport 1 1 / 2hrs before the departure time of your flight.