Embark on this recently discovered route which some consider to be an alternative Inca Trail. See stunning waterfalls and witness intriguing Inca engineering marvels at the Cachicata quarry. Visit breathtaking archaeological sites en route to Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu.
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Cusco Hotel Transfer
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Private transport from your hotel to the start of the trail
Entrance fee to Machu Picchu
One night hotel*** in Machu Picchu town
Bus tickets up and down in Machu Picchu town, the day of guided tour
Round trip train ticket
Camping Equipment Black Diamond 4 season tent (04 people tent for 02 people)
Other camping equipment, a dining tent with table and chairs, and a kitchen tent, manned by a professional cooking staff
Private transport from the train station to hotel in Cusco
Trek Leader for the whole trail and Machu Picchu
Entrance fee to Machu Picchu
One night hotel*** in Machu Picchu town
First-Aid Kits,Oxygen tank
Meals:Breakfast (4), lunch (4), dinner (3), and snacks, with option for vegetarians, gluten free, lactose free
A professional Quechua chef who grew up in the countryside
Horses and muleteers to carry your personal gears. Where you’ll pack as max amount 18 pounds
Sleeping pad (Therma-Rest mattresses) and Pillow
Outdoor toilet tent
Emergency horse, that will be staying with us during the hike to upload our personal day gears or ride
Duffle bag
NOT INCLUDED
Sleeping bags, you might get them rented from us US$ 5 per day
Hiking poles,you might get them rented from us US$5 per day a pair of poles, Black Diamond or leki brand
Last dinner on 3rd day
Last lunch on 4th day
Extra expenditure during the trek, such as: soda, alcoholic drinks, extra snacks, tickets for the hot springs in Machu Picchu town (Aguas Calientes)
Gratuities for the guide and other staff and travel insurance

Day1

Cusco-Socma-Perolniqyoc-Rayan

We head out to Soqma Village 10,512 ft, early in the morning, by driving for about 1 hour and 45 minutes, which is the trailhead to start our hiking. At this point we’ll meet up our horses and muleteers, get ready our hiking gears, and we’ll have our breakfast, after enjoying the breakfast we’ll start hiking up following a small valley to Perolniyoq a small Incan site perched atop the mountain, but previously we’ll see a nice waterfall, a perfect place to shoot some pictures. Once our arrival to the Incan site, you’ll have an explanation about the history of this site by our Trek Leader. We will then continue to our lunch spot and the first camp site for about 1 hour where we’ll enjoy a just prepared lunch, which comes with starter, soup, main course, dessert, tea (coca), in our dining tent overlooking to a great scenery around. All meals included.                 
Hiking Time: 5 – 6 hours | Hiking Distance: 4.97 miles / 8 km | Physical Rating: Moderate 

Day2

Rayan-Gate Of The Sun(Inti Punku)-Choquetakarpo

A great breakfast makes us ready for today’s adventure, right after having our early breakfast we’ll follow the trail up to first pass called Pukaqasa 14,366′ for about 3 hours. We’ll have the first dramatic vistas from atop the Urubamba Valley and snow-clad mountains in further directions. Next, hiking downhill for about 30 minutes from the pass, we’ll get our lunch spot. After lunch, we’ll hike up on the trail that winds up to the highest point on the whole trail called Kuichikasa 14,596′ a place with stunning views in every direction. After a while, we’ll hike downhill for about 2 hours and 30 minutes to reach an Incan jewel which is the Gate of the Sun, INTIPUNKU in Quechua language with near-constant vistas of Wakaywillka snowcapped mountain in the Urubamba range, hiking 30 more minutes from Inti Punku we’ll reach our next camp site called Choquetakarpo at 11,874′, all meals included.
 Hiking Time: 8 – 9 hours | Hiking Distance: 8.07 miles / 13 km | Physical Rating: Moderate, Strenuous |

Day3

Choquetakarpo- Ollantaytambo-MachuPicchu Town

Today’s adventure gets us to Cachicata for about 1 hour by the downhill section of the trail. Cachicata a main Incan rock quarry located 5 miles away from Ollantaytambo, it was a place where the ancient Incan stone-cutters carved, polished the rocks to build the Temple of the Sun in Ollantaytambo, at this place our Trek Leader will deliver a great history about this place. After the place exploration, we’ll continue hiking down to the Sacred Valley of the Incas for 3 hours where Ollantaytambo is located. Today we’ll have our last lunch outskirts of Ollantaytambo town. In the afternoon, we’ll take our train to Aguas Calientes Town (Machu Picchu Town) upon our arrival we’ll make our Check-In at hotel. All meals included, except dinner, for a good choice of the restaurant get some recommendations from your Trek Leader. 
 Hiking Time: 4 – 5 hours | Hiking Distance: 6.83 miles / 11 km | Physical Rating: Moderate 

Day4

MachuPicchu Guided Tour-Cusco

A full morning exploration of Machu Picchu affords us the luxury of exploring at a leisurely pace while learning more about the Inca culture and the latest theories behind the construction of this marvellous complex. We have an early breakfast and head up to the ruins by shuttle bus before the morning tourist train arrives in order to fully enjoy the peace and solitude of this mystical place. Our knowledgeable Leader leads us on a fascinating tour, recapping Machu Picchu’s rediscovery by Hiram Bingham in 1911 and explaining the significance of the various structures that cover the grounds. We then have the chance to indulge ourselves with a hike to the dramatic viewpoint of Intipunku (the Sun’s Gateway), or a variety of other intriguing possibilities including an easy walk to an ancient Inca drawbridge or more vigorous hike to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain based on permit availability both peaks loom above the ruins. Of course, we can also choose to independently continue our exploration of the main site and daydream about what life must have been like here centuries ago. We catch the afternoon train to Ollantaytambo and from there take the bus back to Cusco, arriving at hotel at about 7:00 p.m. The day concludes with our Leader joining us for a final celebration dinner at a traditional local restaurant. Only breakfast included, the rest of meals don’t include.

Original passport and Student  card of University

Travel insurance (and some copies).

Sleeping bag (or you can rent one from us).

Backpack (rucksack) to carry your things.

Phone, power bank battery, camera charger and adapter.

Camera.

Torch or headlamps.

Deet or mosquito repellent ( recommendable 30% deet).

Hiking poles ( or you can rent one pair from us).

Rain gear (especially if traveling in the wet season, from October to March).

Comfortable hiking clothes, including warm clothes for the nighttime.

Good hiking boots with protector ankle or similar, and one pair of flip-flops or light sandals.

Sunblock and sunglasses.

Hiking long sleeve T-shirts.

Hiking trousers.

Ear Plugs.

Binoculars.

Thermal underwear.

Hiking socks.

Water bottle or canteen.

American dollars and Peruvian soles in cash.

Sun hat, cap, and warm hat and gloves for the nighttime.

Toilet paper, and face tissue paper.

Hands sanitiser.

Credit or debit card.

Luggage Tags and Locks.

Anti-inflammatory tablets (e.g. Ibuprofen).

Personal first-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Acetazolamide (Diamox), Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhoea, re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may take).

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