Imperio Inca Tour Inka's Tarabamba
Inca Jungle
The Inca jungle tour is an exclusive adventure journey of 4 days that combines trekking, mountain biking, rafting and zip line as an optional possibility before we arrive at Machu Picchu.
Machu Picchu, one of the seven wonders of the modern world, is considered as the tourist Icon of America and is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world.
Ausangate Trek
Ausangate is one of the most imposing mountains in the city of Cusco; it is to 6,400 meters on the sea level in “La Cordillera del Vilcanota”.
Puno Titicaca Lake
Puno is one of the most colorful cities of Peru (at 3.860 m.a.s.l.), this great city is located on the edges of the highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca.
Choquequirao Trek
The trek to Choquequirao is without a doubt one of the most extraordinary adventures that can be performed, you can enjoy the walk through beautiful scenery with stunning panoramic views of the cordillera de Vilcabamba, the distance from the walk to Choquequirao is about 60 kilometers during a tour of 4 days and 3 nights.
City Tour
The City Tour in the city of Cusco, takes place in a half day tour includes visit Inca and colonial constructions.

Inca Trail 4D-3N.

First day – Kilometre 82 to Wayllabamba Campsite:

This day begins early as passengers are collected from their hotels between 6.30am and 7am. We travel for about 3 hours in the bus with a one hour stop in Urubamba to buy provisions, continuing onto Kilometre 88, which is past the village of Ollantaytambo. Here the passengers must register at the check point in order to begin their hike. From there, there are just 42 kilometres of mountains, Andean valleys, rivers and tropical forests that separate you from Machu Picchu. The first section, heading to the campsite of Miskay, where we can lunch, takes just one hour and is mostly flat with light climbs. After lunch, we cross a canyon. Once out of the canyon, we can see the ruins of the small city of Llactapata. The trail descends to enter the valley of the Kusichaca river, and from there the trail has a light climb to the campsite of Wayllabamba, where we arrive after 2 or 3 hours after the lunch break. The campsite is at 3,000 metres and one can feel the cold at night. After dinner, and before going to bed, it’s great to observe the stars. On nights without stars, it is possible to see the Milky Way.

  1. Meals: BLD
  2. Accommodation: Camping
  3. Maximum Altitude: 3,300 m/10,824 ft
  4. Minimum Altitude: 2,680 m/8,790 ft
  5. Distance Travelled: 12 km approx
  6. Approximate Walking Time: 6-7 hours / Ascent up: 620 m
Second day - Wayllabamba Campsite to Pacaymayo Campsite:

The Porters wake up the passengers at 6am so that they can pack their things and have breakfast. The second day is considered by many the most difficult because one must climb 1200 metres to the highest point on the trail, the Warmiwañusca Pass (or Dead Woman’s Pass) at 4200 metres. This climb will take about four or five hours. When you arrive at the pass, you may feel like a rest. It can get quite cold at such an altitude so it is necessary to have lots of warm clothes. If you have contracted a porter to carry your things, don’t forget to have a thick jacket and long pants on hand for the pass. Once we have conquered the pass, we continue with a descent to the campsite. The descent takes about two hours, however, some groups like to stop and prepare lunch in the middle of the descent, in order to rest a little. Other groups like to have lunch in the campsite for the night - at Pacaymayo. In this form, you can rest for the whole afternoon. There are cold showers available at this campsite. Advice: It is possible to contract the services of porters to carry your backpacks for the whole journey. Alternatively, you might like to contract them to carry them to the Pass or to the campsite of Pacaymayo. This is recommended if you don’t feel prepared for the altitude and the long hike, it is more important to enjoy the walk than suffer under your backpack. You can coordinate this with your guide and pay your porter directly.

  1. Meals: BLD
  2. Accommodation: Camping
  3. Maximum Altitude: 4,200 m/13,776 ft.
  4. Minimum Altitude: 3,000 m/9,840 ft.
  5. Distance Travelled: 16 km approx.
  6. Approximate Walking Time: 7-8 hours / Ascent up: 900 m.
Third Day: Pacaymayo Campsite to Wiñaywayna campsite

The third day is considered the most interesting, but it is also the longest. We begin with an ascent of an hour and a half to the Pass of Runkurakay, at an altitude of 3950 metres. On the trail we visit an ancient control post of the Incas, as well as a lagoon where it is possible to occasionally see deer drinking. Once we have climbed the pass, the rest of the trail is mostly downhill. While on the trail we visit four more ruins, the first being Sayacmarca which in the Inca period was a control point for the trails that headed toward Machu Picchu. After visiting these ruins, we will continue to Phuyupatamarca where groups often lunch. From here, the descent is inclined and tiring because it is mostly stairs. Finally, we arrive at the ruins of Intipata, a complex of terraces and andenes constructed in the middle of the slope of a heavily vegetated mountain. The trail winds finally to the campsite of Wiñaywayna where one can camp, buy a well deserved beer, or take a cold shower. You should also visit the ruins of Wiñaywayna which are similar in type to those of Intipata, but more impressive.

  1. Meals: BLD
  2. Accommodation: Camping
  3. Maximum Altitude: 3,750 m/ 12,300 ft.
  4. Minimum Altitude: 2,700 m/8,856 ft.
  5. Distance Travelled: 10 Km approx.
  6. Approximate Walking Time: 5-6 hours / Descent : 700 m.
Fourth day Wiñaywayna campsite to Machu Picchu

This day begins earlier than normal, at 5.30am, as the groups begin their walk towards Machu Picchu. It is important to carry a torch because it is dark at this time and the path is narrow. We arrive after an hour and a half of hiking at Inti Punku – or the sun gate, where it is it possible to see for the first time the majestic Inca city of Machu Picchu. From here it is only a half hour more to arrive at the ruins where you will have plenty of time to explore. It is recommended, if you have the energy, to climb the peak of Huayna Picchu from where you can have a spectacular view of the lost city.

  1. Meals: BLD
  2. Accommodation: Not Included,
  3. Maximum Altitude: 2,700 m / 8,856 ft.
  4. Minimum Altitude: 2,400 m / 7,872 ft ( Machupicchu ).
  5. Distance Travelled: 8 Km approx plus exploration of Machu Picchu.
  6. Approximate Walking Time: 6-7 hours / Descent : 300 m.
  1. Transportation to the 82 Km.
  2. English/Spanish speaker professional guide during all Inca Trail
  3. Entrance ticket to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
  4. Meals (03B, 03L, 03D + wake – up tea)Snacks
  5. cook and cooking equipment
  6. Personal pad (double foam)
  7. 4P Tents only for 2P each
  8. Local porters (service to carry the food and camping equipment only)
  9. Dinning tent, portable chairs and table
  10. Guided visit to Machu Picchu and the ruins along the trail.
  11. Bus ticket down from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
  12. Backpacker train ticket Aguas Calientes / Ollantaytambo
  13. Transfer from the train station to your Hotel in Cusco
  14. Vegetarian food available, with no extra charge
  15. First-aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle.
  1. First day breakfast.
  2. Last day lunch.
  3. Sleeping bag.
  4. Personal equipment.


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