Inca Trail is a memorable 26 mile hike along historic roads is one of the top 10 in the World. Kinty Travel Cusco is dedicated to a superior experience, always providing the most knowledgeable guides, superior chefs and top of the line equipments on every trek. We also have the most loyal and proud group of porters who work harder than anyone…and we work as hard for them making sure all their needs are taken care of with better wages, proper equipment and health insurance. We routinely create social projects directly for their families benefit. Choosing Kinty Travel Cusco as your tour provider means top notch service with a socially conscious approach.

  • Trace the footsteps of an ancient civilisation as you walk the classic Inca trail.
  • Camp out and enjoy an authentic cultural experience, camping equipment is included!
  • English speaking and experienced guides.
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Cusco Hotel Transfer
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Transportation from your hotel to the Ollantaytambo train station
Train ticket Ollantaytambo – KM 104
Train ticket back to Cusco at the end of our journey
Entrance ticket to the Inca trail and Machu Picchu
One night hotel in Machu Picchu town
Bus ticket up and down in Machu Picchu the last day
Private bus from the train station to hotel in Cusco
Trek Leader, Our Leaders are equipped and trained to practice First-Aid, administer oxygen if needed, and conduct radio communication
Meals: Breakfast (1), lunch (1)
NOT INCLUDED
Sleeping bags US$5 per day, and hiking poles US$5 per day( a pair of poles, Black Diamond or leki brand), you might get them rented from us
Hiking poles, you might get them rented from us a pair of poles, Black Diamond or leki brand
Extra expenditure during the trek, such as: soda, alcoholic drinks, extra snacks, tickets for the hot Springs
Tipping for the trek leader, porters or muleteers, and other staff
Travel Insurance and things of a personal nature – laundry and telephone calls, personal taxis, souvenirs etc.

Request a Quote: We can customise this private trek just for you. Any detail can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and other destinations.

Limited Spaces: YES. To protect the historical trail, the number of people allowed to hike the Inca Trail 4 days each day is limited to 500. That is why, you should reserve your space as soon as possible. Spaces can be filled up three to four months in advance. Spaces fill more quickly in the high tourist season, from May to September.

Acclimatisation: Please allow a minimum of 2 days in Cusco before your hike begins to Inca Trail 4 days.

Day1

Cusco - Ollantaytambo - Km 104 - Machu Picchu

We go to your hotel to pick you up very early in the morning, and we drive for one and half-hour to Ollantaytambo train station to take the train to Km 104, which is the beginning of the trail. At Km 104 the train stops to get off and go walking to the main checkpoint for the respective registration, this place is located at an elevation of 2,150 m/ 7,052 ft, after the registration we will walk for a couple of minutes and we will reach the first Incan site called Chachabamba that consists in having temples, the main patio, sacred rock, etc. In which, our guide will deliver a great information about this site. Afterward, we will continue walking gradually uphill enjoying the spectacular sceneries until reaching the Wiñaywayna Incan temple whose meaning is “forever young”, where our guide will deliver you a great history of the site. After the exploration of Incan temple, we’ll take our snacks or packed lunch at the Checkpoint of Wiñaywayna. We’ll then continue hiking to Machu Picchu for two more hours, entering in this wonder of the world through the Gate of the Sun, from where we’ll have the first views of the famed Incan city, and take our time to make great shots from this point. Once we arrive at Machu Picchu we’ll take our time to make great shots of the Incan city, as the afternoon is usually with fewer people. We’ll then take the bus to Machu Picchu town (Aguas Calientes town) where we’ll stay at cozy hotel Cabaña, and have dinner at the restaurant (this last dinner is not included). Hiking Time: 6-7 Hours (approx) | Hiking Distance: 12 Kms/7.46 Miles | Highest Point 2,650 m/8,692 ft. | Lowest Point: 2,150m/7,052 ft. | Highlights: Original section of Inca Trail, exploration of two Incan ruins before Machu Picchu, first views of Machu Picchu from the Gate of the Sun, and gaze out Machu Picchu in the late afternoon. 
Day2

Guided Tour in Machu Picchu - Cusco

Today a great breakfast at the hotel makes us ready for a full morning exploration of Machu Picchu on a private tour with your Trek Leader. We’ll take the bus back to Machu Picchu early in the morning for an amazing tour until 12:00 pm (Machu Picchu permits will issue for the first group which is from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm). If you have booked a permit for Wayna Picchu mountain, you’ll climb the mountain after the tour; however, spaces are subject to availability. In the unlikely event that Wayna Picchu permits are not available for your departure date, you will climb Machu Picchu Mountain instead. After a great time at the Incan emperor’s palace, we’ll take the bus down to Machu Picchu town (Aguas Calientes town), where we’ll have lunch (not included). In the afternoon we’ll take the train back to Ollantaytambo train station and/or Poroy train station, as of this place continue driving to your hotel in Cusco.

Original passport and Student ISIC card (if applicable), and some copies.

 Travel insurance (and some copies)

Backpack to carry your things.

Phone and Camera charger and adapter.

Bathing suit (if you would like to enjoy the hot springs in Aguas Calientes).

Camera

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.

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.

Hiking socks.

Water bottle or canteen.

American dollars and Peruvian soles in cash.

Sun hat.

Toilet paper, and face tissue paper.

Credit or debit card.

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

Personal first-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, 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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