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INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU 4D/3N

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OVERVIEW
Are you looking for an aventure of a lifetime? The 4 Day Inca Trail is the ideal trek! Enjoy and
explore the archaeological sites along the Inca Trail, interact with the locals “our porters” and
discover the history of the Incas.
The Inca Trail to Machu Pichu is a trek not to be missed! It is a wondeful and aunthentic trek with a
blend of adventure and cultural experience.
Day 1: Cusco – km 82 – Ayapata camp site
Day 2: Ayapata – Chaquicocha camp site
Day 3: Chaquicocha – wiñay Huayna camp site

Day 4: Wiñayhuayna – Machu Picchu & back to Cusco

ITINERARY
Day 1: Cusco – km 82 – Ayapata camp site
Our adventure starts with a bright and early pick up at 4 am. The drive will take
approximately 3 hours where we will stop at some archeological sites until we get to Km

  1. This will be our starting point for the trek which is considered one of the easiest days.
    After trekking for 4 hours we will make our way to an exquisite buffet lunch setting
    organised and prepared by our Machu Picchu Tours team. Once lunch is finished, we will
    continue our journey of 3 hours ascending through the valleys of the Inca Trail. This will
    serve us as training for the following days to come.
    Day 2: Ayapata – Chaquicocha camp site
    Today is the longest day and by far the most challenging, 4 hours uphill and 2 hours
    downhill, passing through a trail of beautiful landscapes and big green mountains.
    After enjoying a wholesome lunch, we continue on trekking for another 3 hours and finally
    a further 2 hours of descent to arrive at our final campsite of the day. Treat yourself to a
    traditional Peruvian hot ‘mate’ tea whilst glancing at the sunset.
    Day 3: Chaquicocha – wiñay Huayna camp site
    Today we’re on our own in the morning! Today will be more of a relaxed climb with 2
    hours of beautiful landscape and gain more insight into Peru’s history and culture. From
    there, we descend a further 3 hours to reach our final campsite.
    We will have the rest of the afternoon to recover all of our energy and visit one of the
    great archaeological sites along the Inca Trail known as Wiñayhuayna
    Day 4: Wiñayhuayna – Machu Picchu & back to Cusco
    Today will be a grand and rewarding day as we make our way to Machu Picchu trekking
    for 2 hours to the Sungate and a further 30 minutes to the entrance of Machu Picchu.
    Capturing first-hand views of this magnificent citadel.
    After visiting Machu Picchu with a 2 hour guided tour, you will have free time to explore a
    little more Machu Picchu.
    The return to Cusco will take us 4 hours approximately, 2 hours by train and 2 hours by
    bus arriving at Cusco at 7pm.
    USEFUL INFORMATION

 Level of difficulty: Moderately Difficult to Difficult
 Highest Altitude – 4217m / 13,780ft
 Walking Distance – 45km / 26 miles
 Weather – dry from May to October, wet from November to April
 To climb Huayna Picchu mountain you need to book in advance.
 Acclimatization is Recommended
INCLUSIONS
Included:
 Pick up from your hotel.
 Professional Tour Leader
 Entrance fee to Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
 Transportation by bus to Km82
 Bus ticket from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes.
 Water (excluding the first 4 hours of the trek when you need to bring your own)
 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 afternoon snacks, 3 dinners and various snacks to be eaten
throughout the day (breakfast on day 1 + lunch in Aguas Calientes are not included).
 2 man tent for every 2 trekkers
 Foam sleeping mattress.
 Porters: They carry cooking and camping equipment
 Return transportation by train and bus to Cusco
 First Aid kit.
 Oxygen bottle
Not Included:
 Wayna Picchu Entrance
 Sleeping bag: Us $20
 Inflatable Air Mattress Us $15
 Walking sticks Us $8
 Single supplement fee Us $30
 Personal porter Us $90
 Lunch and dinner on the last day are not included
 Entrace to Huayna Picchu.
 Tips for your crew
 Travel insurance

Things we highly recommend packing for the trek:
 Original Passport

 Student Card (if you are a student and have booked in advance to qualify for the discount)
 Sleeping bag
 Walking sticks
 Walking boots
 Daypack, warm clothes (scarf, sweaters, gloves)
 Toilet paper
 Waterproof jacket / rain poncho
 Warm jacket, hat and gloves
 T-shirts
 Comfortable Trousers
 Sun hat & sunglasses
 Sun cream
 Insect repellant
 Toiletries and hand sanitiser
 First aid + digestive meds, ibuprofen
 Camera and film
 Torch with spare batteries
Optional: Sandals, bathing suit etc.

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