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Introduction:
This adrenaline-packed tour will take you down-hill biking through cloud forests, rafting through rapids, ziplining through trees and trekking on the original Inca trail, making it one of the most popular ways to get to Machu Picchu

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Overview

If you are an adrenaline-rush seeking  adventurer, this is the tour for you. White water rafting, ziplining and hiking in the jungle, it has it all and much more.

Tour Type

This 4 day adevtnure consists of hiking, progressively getting more challenging. The heavy stoned pathways and iconic Incan steps make up this historic route.This 4 days adventure tour is for any active traveler who has a thirst for adventure and a reasonable degree of fitness. 

Travel Distance

The world-famous 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu covers 31.2 miles (50 kilometers) from start to finishThe majority of the altitude points on the Inca Trail are lower than the altitude of Cusco (3,399m/ 11,152ft,) making Cusco the perfect place to acclimatize for several days before your trek to the heights of the mountainous passes.

Difficulty

The difficulty of the Classic Inca Trail is ranked based on the elevation gain over distance starts with its distance, from 300 msl, which covers 26 miles over four days and three nights, 2,000 meters to haul yourself up and level yourself down, and over 3,000 steps to deal with in total ends in Machu Picchu 2400 msl

Highlights

The route for the classic Inca unless undertaking the 2 day will always start at the Ollantaytambo at 82km above sea level. This is where the trail begins, after being dropped off by private vans will you show your permits and documentation in order to continue the ancient path.

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Day 01: Cusco- Ollanta - Patallacta

This epic trip will begin with an early, 7am pick up from your accommodation in Cusco. We will drive about two hours to the Incan resting place of Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley. After a short break in Ollantaytambo, we will continue driving for another 1.5 hours to the Abra Milagra– a hike mountain pass that separates the dry and cold, Andean sierra from the transitionary, Ceja de Selva, eyebrow of the jungle. This cold and picturesque peak marks the starting point of downhill biking. Our guides will give you a full safety briefing in preparation for a 3-hour descent by bike, where you will pass through small villages, streams, and coffee and fruit plantations. We will make a brief detour to visit the archeological site of Huamanmarca and then continue onwards to our final destination for the day, Santa Maria, where we will enjoy a delicious lunch. After lunch, we will take a quick rest, and with energy levels replenished, we will prepare for an exhilarating rafting excursion on the nearby Vilcanota river, known to have rapids that vary between Level II and Level IV. After our rafting excursion, we will return to Santa Maria where we will share a delicious dinner and then rest in hostel accommodations. 

 

Facts and Figures: Active Time: approximately 6 hours, Distance Covered: 76km/ 47mi, Elevation Gain: -2770m/ – 9,088ft, Starting Point: Abra Milagra 4200m /13,779ft, Ending point: Santa Maria, 1430m/ 4691ft

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Day 02: Patallacta - Llulluchapampa

Today will be a more demanding day, as we will be gaining a lot of altitude. Over the course of the day, we will hike halfway up to the highest pass on the trek. Leaving Llactapata, we will continue onwards 1.5 hours to Wallabamba where we will begin our steady ascent, continuing upwards 2 hours to Llulluchapampa campsite at 3800m/ 12,470ft. Along the way, we will take in outstanding views of the Huayanay peaks to the east, and the rugged Vilcabamba mountain range to the west. We’ll also visit one of the most exclusive sites on the Inca Trail– the Inca fort of Paucarcancha, with pristine ruins and a sacred temple. We’ll arrive We’ll arrive at our campsite in Llulluchapampa by nightfall for dinner and rest.

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Day 03: Llulluchapampa -Phuyupatamarca

Today will be our most challenging day as we will be climbing two high passes, to begin with, the highest point of the Inca Trail, the Abra de Huarmihuañusca, or “Dead Woman Pass,” at 4200m/ 13,779ft. We will face a steep ascent for two hours until we arrive at the top, above the clouds. We’ll do a mini victory dance before descending to the valley of Pacaymayo. Once on the valley floor, we’ll make a second ascent for a smaller pass, traveling through the Runquraqay archaeological site along the way. After the second pass, we’ll explore another site, Sayaqmarka, before heading down to the magnificent, “Cloud Level Town” of Phuyupatamarca. Here we will make camp on the Inca terraces, eat a warm dinner, and sleep under the bright stars.

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inclusions

Slightly different for each of the Inca treks especially with different requests. However below is an overview of what is our basis for all Inca packages

Tour Guides

All of our guides have studied both English and Tourism. They are native to the region and have a true passion for teaching others about their culture and heritage. All our guides are experienced with the Inca Trail and other high altitude treks. They will support you and ensure you are safe and happy throughout your trip.

TICKETS -PERMITS

We are one of the few tour operators authorized to both book your permits and operate on the Inca Trail. Permits are registered in your name with a specific date and cannot be modified after confirmation. Your tickets will be purchased by us and looked after by your guide until the time they are needed. These include:

Meals

Our highly trained chefs cook delectable, nutrient-rich meals that honor your food restrictions while surprising you with International and Peruvian flavors. Prepare for a superb culinary experience to accompany this unforgettable expedition. Food is normally served family-style, three times a day

Porters

Included with your trek is a team of porters who along with our horses carry all equipment and materials necessary for the trek. They usually walk ahead and set up your camp so everything such as your tent, the kitchen and food is ready for your arrival. Your duffel bag is also carried with the porters.

Duffel Bag

During your briefing, you will receive a personal duffel bag to pack all of your belongings in and will be carried by our porters, and thus should not exceed more than 6kgs /15.4 lbs, including your sleeping bag,  all personal items needed should be packed in a personal day pack.

EquipmentS

We consistently maintain and renew 4-season tents to ensure peak performance in the field. To ensure maximum comfort, we provide you with a four-person tent to sleep you and only one other hiker.  Our first class tents designed for two persons for personal use. comfortably

WATER

We will always make sure you have clean drinking water at all mealtimes, and enough for you to refill your bottle when needed. We use fresh spring water running down from the mountains. We require that you bring a water bottle/s or Camelbak. To care for our spectacular environment, we humbly request that you use a reusable non-single-use plastic bottle.

Transportation

Your transportation from and to this trek is included. You will be picked up directly from your hotel in Cusco and taken to start of your trek in Ollantaytambo.  After your return riverside journey on the train, you will reach the train station where you will be picked up by van to take you back to your hotel in Cusco.

fisrt aid

Every guide Outdoor first aid trained and carries a first-aid kit and oxygen for basic medical problems (traveler’s diarrhea, cuts, scrapes, etc.). In case of emergencies, every guide is equipped with a satellite phone which will allow for a quick exit off the trail to get you directly to a clinic for treatment.

SLEEPING BAG

You will receive either our North Face or Therm-a-rest’s down alpine mummy bag which has an impressive temperature limit of -10C. Boasting quilted blanket interior, foot warmer pocket and cinchable fitted design. Best of all, these sleeping bag are certified for responsible, sustainable down manufacturing. We carry extra blankets, pillows and sleeping bags for your comfort

BRIEFING

The night before your Machu Picchu hike, we will visit to your hotel (lobby) also flexible in our office for your briefing. During the briefing, you will meet your fellow travelers for the next couple of days, your guides who explain the itinerary in detail and will give you duffel bags where you should pack your stuff and which will be carried by porters later.

EXTRAS

We believe it´s the attention to small details that separates us from our competitors. Every hiker receives a small pillow to sleep with, a foam mattress for insulation, a day pack cover to protect their things while hiking, and a rain poncho. We will work hard to create your best experience for a lifetime

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These unforgettable experiences, designed just for you, along any of the available routes, with the possibility of being. So, if you plan to make this hike, take note of all our tips to fully enjoy it.

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To hike the Inca Trail, you must have a permit, which we will obtain for you. The first step to booking your trek is to make sure government permits are still available for your desired start date

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  • 1 People 1350$
  • 2 People 1300$
  • 3 People 1190$
  • 4 People 990$
  • 5 People 880$
  • 6 People 790$
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