The traditional  Inca Trail Tour that lasts 4 days and 3 nights is undoubtedly a unique experience. It is considered one of the most important treks in the world not only because of the degree of difficulty but also because of all that this trek offers.

Located in the Andes Mountains, the Inca Trail offers a unique geography that passes through several types of Andean environments including forests, snow-capped mountains, mountain ranges, etc.

Four days of trekking will take travelers aboard Peru’s most important trail built during the Inca civilization.

*Due to restrictions issued by the Peruvian government on the number of people allowed on the Inca Trail per day, we recommend that you book at least 4 months in advance (6 months for the months of May to September which is the high season) to ensure you make the Inca Trail.


Day 1: Cusco-Km 82 (piscacucho)-wayllabamba

We will start early with the pick up from the respective hotels at 5:30 am then we head to piscacucho-km 82 start of the hike, this section is done in minivan for about 3 hours in the course we will also stop in the town of Ollantaytambo where we can have breakfast and buy some things for our trip.

The hike begins passing the first government checkpoint where you must show your passport, as well as your income, this first day of the Inca Trail we can appreciate a variety of flora, domestic animals, living communities, and some archaeological sites that are within the network of Inca Trail.

The journey will be approximately 3 hours from piscacucho-km 82 to tarayoc lunch point and then approximately 2 hours to our first camp wayllabamba.

  • Walking distance: 11 km
  • Estimated trekking time: 5-6 hours
  • Starting altitude: 2670 masl
  • Camp altitude: 3000 masl
  • Maximum altitude: 3000 masl (campsite)

Day 2: Wayllabamba – Warmiwañusca pass – Pacaymayo

this day is considered one of the hardest days since we will ascend 1200 meters from wayllabamba (3000 masl) to warmiwañusca pass (4200 masl).

We will start with breakfast at 5:30 a.m. and then we will have the first 7 kilometers of ascent to the highest point of the whole trek, warmiwañusca pass. This will be a gradual ascent with strategic stops, for about 5 hours approximately.

After a brief explanation and adequate time to enjoy the scenery and pictures we will start with the descent of about 4 kilometers or 2 hours approximately to our next base camp pacaymayo (3500 masl) where we will have lunch and free afternoon. it is here where we will spend the second night.

  • Hiking distance: 11 km
  • Estimated trekking time: 7-8 hours
  • Starting altitude: 3000 masl
  • Camp altitude: 3500 masl
  • Maximum altitude: 4200 masl

Day 3: Pacaymayo – Wiñayhuayna

After a delicious breakfast we will continue with our adventure, this day is considered the longest day of the Inca Trail, along this route we will be able to observe the transition from the Andes to the high jungle and a variety of flora and fauna, we will also have the opportunity to visit different archaeological sites where the guide will give us the appropriate information.

This day we will have an ascent of 45 minutes approximately until the first archaeological site called, RUNKURACHAY and then a few hours more until the second highest pass ABRA RUNKURACAY (4000 masl), then we will descend 1 hour until the Inca fortress of SAYAQMARKA (3730 masl), after a brief explanation about the place by the guide we will continue until the lunch point CHAQUICOCCHA (3620 masl). After lunch we will have an undulating path until PUYUPATAMARKA (3750 masl) here we will make a short break and visit the archaeological site already named, then we will have a long descent to our next base camp called wiñayhuayna (2650 masl) in the course we will have the opportunity to visit some more archaeological sites.

  • Hiking distance: 16 km
  • Estimated trekking time: 8-9 hours
  • Starting altitude: 3500 masl
  • Camp altitude: 2650 masl
  • Maximum altitude: 4000 masl

Day 4: Machu Picchu

Today is the expected day and highlight of the Inca Trail.

Waking up very early at 3:30 am we will head to the wiñayhuayna checkpoint, and wait until 5:30 am to start walking to the sun gate for 1 hour, where we will have the first view of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.

Upon arrival at Machu Picchu, you will have a 2 hour guided tour of the site during which you will learn about the Incas and visit all the most important areas of the citadel.

After your tour you will have free time to explore the site by yourself and if you have reserved some of the extra mountains (HUYNA PICCHU or MACHU PICCHU MOUNTAIN) and from there return to the town of Aguas Calientes where you can have lunch and maybe visit the thermal baths.

In the afternoon you will take the train (14:55) back to Ollantaytambo station from where you will continue by minivan back to Cusco.

  • Walking distance: 7 km
  • Estimated trekking time: 3 hours
  • Starting altitude: 2650 masl
  • Camp altitude: 2650 masl
  • Maximum altitude: 2730 masl

Included / Not Included


  •  Transportation to Km. 82
  •  Entrance ticket to Inca Trail.
  •  Professional tour guide
  •  Matras, tents (Quadruple – only for 2 paxs).
  •  Cook and cooking equipment.
  •  Tables and chairs.
  •  Meals (03 breakfast – 03 lunches – 03 dinners).
  •  Porters to carry camping equipment and food.
  •  First aid equipment
  •  Oxygen balloon.
  •  Return by train from Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo 14:55
  •  Tourist car from Ollantaytambo – Cusco.


  •  Sleeping bag (rental price 20 USD for 4 days).
  •  Huaynapicchu or Machu Picchu mountain extra cost of 65 USD per person.
  •  Extra porter (14 kilos) 120 USD.
  •  First breakfast
  •  Last lunch in Aguas Calientes
  •  Bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes 12 USD.
  •  Tips guides, cook, porters.
  •  Walking sticks 15 USD

What to bring?


  •  Passport
  •  Warm clothes for the night
  •  Rain gear.
  •  Pants and shirts.
  •  Insect repellent.
  •  Sun block lotion
  •  Sunglasses
  •  Hat
  •  Purifying tablets.
  •  Personal medicine
  •  Water bottle
  •  Extra money in Soles and dollars
  •  Walking sticks.
  •  Hiking boots
  •  Flashlight
  • Backpack suitable for the trip



USD 615.00

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