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.
WEAR Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Transportation from your hotel to the start of the trail
Entrance fee to the Inca trail and Machu Picchu
Bus ticket from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
Train ticket back to Cusco at the end of our journey
Camping Equipment 4 season tent (03 people tent for 02 people,
Therma-Rest mattresses and Pillow
Other camping equipment, a dining tent with table and chairs, and a kitchen tent, manned by a professional cooking staff
Transportation from the train station to the hotel in Cusco
Trek Leader, Our Leaders are equipped and trained to practice First-Aid, administer oxygen if needed, and conduct radio communication
Meals (Option for vegetarians, or other options): Breakfast (3), lunch (3), dinner (3), and snacks
A professional Quechua chef
Horses, and muleteers; horses carry your 8-kgs / 16-pound personal items
Oxygen tank
Emergency Horse to escort us during the trek
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.


Cusco - Piskacucho Km82 - Wayllabamba

We pick you up early from your hotel in Cusco and take two and a half-hour drive through the Sacred Valley to the beginning of the trail which is Piskacucho KM 82 ( 2,700 m/ 8,856 ft). On the half drive in Ollantaytambo, in the heart of the Sacred Valley we’ll stop to have breakfast (this first breakfast is not included in your package tour), after that, we keep driving for one-hour to get the beginning of the Inca trail; in which, we’ll stop at the main checkpoint for the registration of our documents, for this, you must bring your original passport. Once we pass the main checkpoint we’ll walk about three-hour to lunch spot of Tarayoc. On this section of the trail, we’ll see the first Incan site known as Kanabamba, in the further distance the majestic Veronica mountain (Waqaywillka).
Today our most fascinating site is Llaqtapata (Incan site which is comprised of temples, palaces, terraces), that was used as the nexus point between the cities from the jungle side and the cities from the highlands during the Incan empire, where our Trek Leader will deliver a great history about this site. At the place called Tarayoc we’ll have our lunch by 1:00 pm. We will then walk up the valley for two more hours to reach the first campsite, called Wayllabamba located at an altitude of 3,000 m / 9,840 ft.
In the evening we’ll have our tea time where we’ll enjoy delicious local tea, local empanada, popcorn, etc, accompanied by hot chocolate, organic coffee from the jungle of Cusco. Eventually, we are finishing the day having a great Novo-Andean dinner. Hiking Time: 6-7 Hours (approx) | Hiking Distance: 11 Kms/6.83 Miles | Highest Point 3,000 m/9,840 ft. | Lowest Point: 2,700m/8,856 ft. | Highlights: Inca Ruins | Physical Level: Moderate |

Wayllabamba - Pacaymayu

The second day is the most challenging one, today a great nutritious breakfast makes us ready for the hike, the path is uphill until getting the Dead-woman pass ( 4,215 m / 13,825 ft ) which is the highest point on the Inca trail, as we hike to this pass, we’ll get in different ecotones ( a transition area between two adjacent ecological communities “ecosystems”), before crowning the top we’ll have lunch at Llulluchapampa 3,800 m / 12,464 ft, After having lunch, we’ll hike up to reach the Dead-woman pass for two more hours, upon our arrival we’ll take a very well-deserved break to enjoy the sceneries around, from this highest point we walk downhill for 3 hours to get the second campsite called Pacaymayu. This evening we’ll have tea time and dinner. Hiking Time:7-8 Hours (approx) | Hiking Distance: 12 Kms/ 7.45 Miles | Highest Point 4,215 m/ 13,825 ft. | Lowest Point: 3,000 m/ 9,840 ft. | Highlights: Highest Point on the train, Scenic Views | Physical Level: Extreme |

Pacaymayu - Wiñay Wayna

 Early in the morning we’ll take our breakfast, we will then reach the second pass called Runkuraqay 3,950 m / 12,956 ft m, today is quite different than the other previous days, because you’ll enjoy several Incan ruins along the trail (Runkuraqay, Sayaqmarka, Phuyupatamarca, Intipata, and Wiñaywayna) where you’ll get a rich history of each Incan temple. Most part of the trail goes through the cloud forest where is possible to see beautiful orchids and birds, and most part of the trail is still original as the Incans left behind centuries ago. As well as, today we’ll treat us with dramatic views of the Urubamba range and Vilcabamba range, both located in the Andes. About mid-day we’ll enjoy our just prepared fresh meal at a lookout point with stunning vistas around. After lunch, we’ll hike downhill to Wiñaywayna, translated to “Forever Young,” ( 2,650 m / 8,692 ft.) the last camp site. In the evening we’ll enjoy our tea time and dinner.Hiking Time:8-10 Hours (approx) | Hiking Distance: 15 Kms/ 9.32 Miles | Highest Point 3,950 m/ 12,956 ft. | Lowest Point: 2,650 m/ 8,692 ft. | Highlights: IncaRuins, Original section of Inca Trail, jaw dropping views | Physical Level: Extreme |

Wiñay Wana - Machu Picchu - Cusco

 The most important day–Machu Picchu, there is no way how to describe the feelings of the first views of Machu Picchu from the Gate of the Sun, as the mist rises off the mountains early in the morning and the astonishing Incan city appears in front of you. this morning, all sores, and other uneasiness of the trek are transformed in happiness, because we’ll be illuminated by the energy, that way we’ll be entering in the wonder, underneath the sunrise. Eventually, we’ll reach this impressive place, where the masterpiece is combined in one element with thousands of elements crafted carefully to have a brilliant combination and perfection. In which, all our dreams will come reality. The morning is dedicated to exploring the extraordinary Machu Picchu with your Trek Leader. 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.Hiking Time: 2-3 Hours (approx) | Hiking Distance: 5 Kms/ 3.11 Miles | Highest Point 2,700 m/ 8,856 ft. | Lowest Point: 2,400 m/ 7,872 ft. | Highlights: Entering Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate, Guided tour of Machu Picchu | Physical Level: Moderate |

Original passport and Student ISIC card (if applicable), and some copies.
Travel insurance (and some copies).
Sleeping bag (or you can rent one from us).
Backpack to carry your things.
Phone and Camera charger and power bank battery.
Bathing suit (if you would like to enjoy the hot springs in Aguas Calientes).
Torch or headlamps.
Ear Plugs.
Hands sanitiser.
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.
Thermal layers (pants, t-shirt, socks).
Hiking socks.
Reusable 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.
Credit or debit card.
Anti-inflammatory tablets (e.g. Ibuprofen).
Personal first-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Acetazolamide (Diamox), 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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