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Classic Inca Trail 4 Days 3 Nights

The Classic Inca Trail is Peru's number one trek and one of the most well-known and popular treks in the world. Offering 4 days of trekking along original paved Inca pathways, a variety of fascinating Inca sites and the beautiful scenery of the Machu Picchu national park the Inca Trail is one of those things that everyone should do once in their life. Be you young or old, in good shape or bad, the Inca Trail is for everyone and is a must do if you plan to visit Machu Picchu.

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Day 1: Cusco - Ollantaytambo/Km 82 - Wayllabamba ::(B) (L) (D)::

The bus is going to pick you up at 6:00 am or 6:30 a.m. make sure you carry original passport and ISIC CARD (if applicable) then we go by car to Ollantaytambo where you will have a free time to by walking sticks, coca lives, candies, etc.
Then once more we are going by bus to Km 82 just there we start our trip walking times are always approximate depending on weather conditions group ability and a thousand other possibilities but we will walk around two or three hours before lunch, after lunch we walk in just pass the Village of Wayllabamba for our first camping (9,900 ft.) this first day walking passes through valley starting from (7,850 ft.) with a small climb, rewarded with superb views of Mount Veronica to a platform on overlooking the Inka site Patallaqta. (aprox. 14 km.walking).

Day 2: Wayllabamba - Dead Woman’s Pass – Pacaymayo ::(B) (L) (D)::

This is the most difficult day as we walk from about (9,900 ft.) to (13,850ft.) (Dead woman’s pass) you can walk at your own passes stop to get your breath whenever you like.
We will find our energy returns once you continue down to the Valley of Pacaymayo, campsite (11, 800 ft.) this is the coldest night +2/+4 degrees Celsius (December) -3/-5 degrees Celsius (June). 
(Approx. 9 km. walking 7 hours).

Day 3: Pacaymayo-Runkuraqay Pass –Wiñaywayna ::(B) (L) (D)::

Exceptional wonderful because we can see beautiful archaeological sites and incredible paved trail (and more importantly for your lungs there is a lot more down that up) there are about 3,000 stairs descending from Phuyupatamarka to Wiñaywayna (8,850 ft.) take extra care of your personal belonging in this campsite as all the only hot shower on the Inka trail is on this third night at Wiñaywayna with an 8 minutes hot shower for 5 soles bar and restaurant where you can also purchase bottled water. (Approx 16 km. walking 7 hours).

Day 4: Wiñaywayna – Intipunku – Machupicchu ::(B) (L) (D)::

Get up extremely early 4:00 am after our breakfast we walk in dirección to the control to check the list of your names and tickets as well, just pasenger are going to walk on this day aproximately one hour to get the sun gate and view of first sun illuminating Machupicchu. it is still 30 minutes walk down from the sun gate and the famous view is from the terraces at the end of the trail,in this área you make the last  group picture as soon you are redy,you go a few minutes outside machupicchu for bathrooms toileds before the guided tour in Machupicchu. you should finish between 10:30 am and 11:00 a.m. you have a free time to climb to the inka breage or wakl by yourselves around machupicchu. after that you take  the bus from Machupicchu to Aguas Calientes town will be included, probably meeting point at  the restaurant to have lunch in any restaurant finally train back to cusco.

    What is Included?

    • • O3 Meals per day
    • • Professional tour guide (English - Spanish).
    • • Camp equipment: Tents, kitchen, dinning room, seats, tables, mattresses.
    • • First aid kit . • Emergency oxygen.
    • • Cook who will make the food.
    • • Accommodation for the guides, cooks and potters.
    • • Bus from machupicchu to aguas calientestown.
    • • Trein tickets back to cusco.
    • • Transfer to the hotel

    • What is not Included:

    • • First breakfast (hotel usually offers breakfast).
    • • Last lunch and dinner (after visiting Machupicchu).
    • • Visiting to the thermal waters in Aguas Calientes (the entrance is $3.50, towel and bathing suit can be rented there).

You need to Bring

  • • Original passport.
  • • Daypack (to carry your personal necessities during dayly trekking)
  • • Hat, baseball cap or bandana (brimmed hat provides more protección from the sun and rain.
  • • Cotton shirts.
  • • Convertible or zip off pants.
  • • Termal underwer/long johns.
  • • Sweater or fleece.
  • • Long sleeve shirt
  • • Warm socks.
  • • Gloves.
  • • Scarf.
  • • Trekking shoes.
  • • Sandals (opcional for camp use).
  • • Rain poncho.
  • • Sunglasses.
  • • Sleeping bag.
  • • Flashlight (head lamp is better as it frees up your hand)
  • • Refillable wáter bottle or canteen (1.5Ltrs for first day)
  • • Bug repellent.
  • • Sun block.
  • • Personal medical kit
  • • Toiled paper
  • • Cash (lunch after machupicchu visit, tips, snaks, drinks…)
  • • Plastic bags (to help keep gear dry)
  • • Cámara/batteries/film(optional)
  • • Binoculars (optional)
  • • Bathing suit (optional)

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