Classic Inca Trail 4 days – Camino Inca 4 Dias

19 Oct

LOW SEASON PROMOTIONAL PRICES  For December 2015 and January 2016 only
(Group Service 04 people Minumum, 12ppl Average and 16 ppl Maximum. 02 guides over 08 people group)
Price Per Person: Adults USD 540 and students with ISIC card USD 500.

Available spaces where you can join us:(spaces based on availability)
Please, Book Asap Because spaces are running out very fast.

DECEMBER 2015: See our Alternative treks: Salkantay trek to Machupicchu, Lares to Machupicchu.
JANUARY 2016:  9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

To confim we need you to send us the filled out booking form as well as a deposit of US$200 per person
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We will leave from Cusco to start the Inca Trail .we travel to Urubamba where we will stop briefly at Ollaytaytambo where you can buy last minute gear and personal needing, then we move on to Piskacuchu (Km 82) Inca Trail Control Point .and then we start our hike of Inca Trail to Wayllabamba(first camping spot). along on the Inca Trail We will have lunch at Miskay (first Inca Trail Village) and relax a bit before hiking to our first Inca Trail Archaelogical site of Patallacta or Llactapata (biggest Inca Trail Quechuan Site) after an explanation of your guide about Llactapata ,you will keep going for 2 more hours to get Wayllabamba (first Inca Trail Camping spot 2900 m.a.s.l)

First day: Total distance: 10 km (aprox.)
Estimated walking time: 5 – 6 hours
Maximum altitude point: 3,000 m (aprox.)
Campsite altitude (Huayllabamba): 3,000 m (aprox.)
Places to see: Ollantaytambo, Piscakucho, km 82, Kanabamba, Llactapata Incan Site, Tarayoc lunch spot, Hatunchaka, Huayllabamba.

We’ll start our Inca Trail day, early in the morning, just to take advantage of the shade of the mountains ,its much better to hike up to thefirst Inca Trail pass (Warmihuañusca which means dead woman pass 4200 m.a.s.l) highest point of the Inca Trail. Here, we can literally see the various Inca Trail ecological zones and microclimates, which make up the area, mapped out in front of us. We will cross the Warmiwañusca pass and once we are on the top. we are going to see many snow-capped Mountains around and after we take a our group pciture we keep going dow to Pacaymayo (second Inca Trail Camping spot 3600 m.a.s.l) where we have our Lunch and then we will have a free afternoon to explore by ourselves.

Second Day: Total distance: 12 km (aprox.) Please, See we climb one pass only (Dead Woman Pass 4200 meters high) while Many operators are using a camping spot of Chaquicocha and passengers are forced to climb the 2nd pass of 3950 meters high) So 2 passes in one day.
Estimated walking time: 6 – 7 hours
Maximum altitude point: 4,200 m (aprox.)
Campsite altitude(Pacaymayu): 3,650 m (aprox.)
Places to see: Huayllabamba, Yunkachimpa, Tres pierdas, Llulluchapampa, Warmihuañusca(Dead woman Pass), Pacaymayu.

Inca Trail begins with a nutritious breakfast and then a 45-minute hike up to Runcurakay Pass (second highest pass on the Trail 3,850 m.a.s.l), and along the way we will visit the Runcuracay archeological site. During the day’s hike, we will also visit the Sayacmarca and Phuyupatamarca quechuan archeological sites of the Inca Trail. After lunch we will head to the Wiñaywayna site , where we will spend our last night on the inca Trail and then we will have a celebratory dinner to then say good bye to our Inca Trail porters.

Third day: Total distance: 16 km (aprox.) We explore the incan site along the inca trail
Estimated walking time: 7 – 8 hours
Maximum altitude point: 3,900 m (aprox.)
Campsite altitude (Wiñayhuayna)2,650 m (aprox.)
Places to see: Pacaymayu, Runkurachay Incan Site, Runkurakay pass(3900 meters high) Sayacmarca Incan Site, Conchamarca Incan Site, Chaquicocha Lunch spot, Phuyupatamarca incan site, Intipata incan site, Wiñayhuayna incan site.

Inca Trail Important 4 th Day After an early breakfast, we begin the final leg of the Inca Trail to the lost city of Machu picchu. First, we will hike to Inti Punku (“Sun Gate”), Gate of the Inca Trail where we will take in an inspiring and panoramic view of the Machu picchu citadel. After a short hike down to Machu picchu, we will register and then enjoy a 2-hours guided tour of the sanctuary-city. After the tour of Machupicchu, there will be plenty of time to enjoy by yourself and once you have enjoyed Machupicchu you have to go down to agua calientes to take the train to ollantaytambo by train and then bus back to cusco.

Fourth Day: Total distance: 7 km (aprox.)
Estimated walking time: 2 – 3 hours
Maximum altitude point: 2,700 m (aprox.)
Places to see: Wiñayhuayna, Intipunku(Sungate), Machupicchu city, Huaynapicchu or Machupicchu Mountain(optional), Aguas Calientes or Machupicchu Town.



• Private Tourist transportation Cusco – Km 82 (The Trailhead) (We never share Bus service with other companies as most agencies do here to minimize costs)
• English – Spanish speaking guide for 4 days of the Inca Trail and Machupicchu.(All our Guides work for us only) All of them speak Fluent English.
• Second Guide Over 08 people Group(Large Group Service)

• Thermarest air-inflate Confortable sleeping Mattress (While others agencies are using foam mat) Thats why many of them run away from us. Because they dont want their passengers to see the Quality of our Camping equipment)
• Cook and assistance of the Cook.(We have chosen the best cook/cheffs and all are trained by Quechuas Expeditions every month) 
• Cooking equipment (We use New cooking equipment and change all every 3 months)
• Snacks (Fruits, energy bars) 
• Daily tea service (Wake up Coca tea and afternoon tea time(Happy hour) with full of popcorn and special snacks made by our cooks)
• Dining equipment including portable chairs and tables
• Food service in the campsites (3 breakfast, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, 3 snacks) – nutritionally balanced menu: Buffet style Plenty of food you will never be hungry with us! as well as Guinea Pig for free because we want you to taste all from Peru.
• Vegetarian and free Gluten menu at no extra cost (Please let us know at the time of booking)
• Two person tents (3-people capacity tent used as doubles – Kayla Doite) 4 season tent Aluminium poles Tents
• Porter Service. As detailed in the table authorised by the INC. (To carry our camping equipment and food) We Never overload our porters.
Please, see a detailed page where you can see how we threat our porter Chaskis: And dont be fooled by some agencies who are offering free portering service. thats why many of our brother porters are forced to carry.

• Inca Trail and Machupicchu entrance fees as well as all the Inca Trail permits, valid for 4 days
• Inca Trail entrance fee/permits and insurance policy of life for porters and cooks.
• Visit to Machu Picchu on the 4th day (2 hours guide tour to explore the whole incan site)
• Camping equipment and basic field equipment for our porters as well as adecuate clothing like: (Sleeping bag, Mat, Jacket, T-shirt, pant, rain poncho, shoes, hat, belts, proper backpack to carry the equipment and all of them are limited to carry 20kg only)
• Return Tourist Expeditions train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo. Train time is at 6:20pm and this time will allow you to stay in machupicchu almost all day without rushing your Exploration. and if you upgrade to Vistadome the train will be at 3:48pm.
• Private Transportation from the train station of Ollantaytambo to Cusco(2 hours drive) and drop off at the hotel.(we only use our Private Transportation. so you will never wait at the train station till the bus of 30 ppl gets full)
• First-aid kit (Our Guide will carry while on the Inca Trail) Please, note all our Guides are trained every year in first-aid)
• Emergency oxygen bottle (Our guide will carry while on the Inca Trail)
• Rain waterproof cover for your day backpacks
• Pre trek Orientation – briefing (Hotel or Office) Let us know once you are at the office or by email.
• Single Tents upon request with no extra cost.
• Water for Driking: we will supply with filtered and boiled water and your bottles will be filled at each meal time.
• Free “I survived ” T-shirt and certificate (only for PEOPLE who successfully complete the trek!!!)

Quechuas Expeditions Additional Things which are Included 

• Portables Tent & Biodegradable Toilet (toilet waste bags) Quechuas Expeditions allows you to bring the comforts of home along for an enjoyable trip.Having a toilet in your home away from home may be convenience at its finest. Camping. so you don’t have to go out into the woods in the middle of the night to do your business.
– Quechuas Expeditions Detailed Page of Camping Equipment, Food and other imporntant things:

• Responsible Tourism and Well-paid and well-treated porters(HOW YOU CAN HELP ENSURE PROPER TREATMENT)(Click here to see a detailed page)
• We have Our Medical Emergency Equipped Rescue Mountain Car(This car will be available for all our passenger) and this will ready for any Emergency you need.

• Quechuas Expeditions Bottle for free. Get one for free at the office.

Please help us to reduce or eliminate the generation of plastic waste by refilling this bottle in any of the water stations located throughout on the treks. This is part of our efforts towards a cleaner and healthier environment. Sponsored by Quechuas Expeditions (The Best Local Tour Operator)

Get one of this Bottle for Fee at our Office!!!

Quechuas Expeditions Water Bottles (Get one for Free)


CLASSIC INCA TRAIL DOESNT INCLUDE: (Please, No hidden costs or surprises)

• Extra expenses
• Breakfast – Day 1
• Lunch and dinner – Day 4
• Pillows
• Entrance to the hot springs in Aguas Calientes town(US$5)
• Tips (optional)
Travel and health insurance.(bring copies with you please):Quechuas Expeditions highly recommend to get an insurance of trip cancellation/interruption insurance to protect your travel investment. Included with your pre-departure package, bring your travel insurance to cover trip cancellation, interruption, baggage loss and delay, emergency medical evacuation insurance and emergency medical expense insurance.


• Extra Personal Portering Service of /12kg- US$150 for entire trip (We wil provide you duffel bag to put all your personal stuff)
• Extra Personal Portering Service of /6kg- US$75 for entire trip (We wil provide you duffel bag to put all your personal stuff)
• Extra Personal Portering Service of /4kg- US$50 for entire trip (We wil provide you duffel bag to put all your personal stuff)
• Huaynapicchu Mountain Entrance ticket US$80 (2 hours round trip) based on availability and book in advance
• Extra Night Hotel in Aguas Calientes US$30 per person based on twin bed room with private bathroom
• Walking sticks(Black Diamond) : it can be rented from us. (02 poles – Black Diamond  US$20 for the entire trip)
• Sleeping bags: it can be rented from us.(US$30 for the entire trip)
• Upgrade to first class Vistadome Train (And inclues and Private Transfer From Ollantaytambo to  Cusco as well)US$60
• Sleeping liners: it can be bought from us.(US$15)


• Original passport and copies (and Student card (ISIC) green card if you are student ). Note ( you have to bring your student card to machu picchu because you are going to be required to show at the Machupicchu control point
• Travel Insurance card is essential
• Sleeping bag (not included)
• hiking water proof boots (with ankle protectors )
• Waterproof jacket or rain poncho
• Sun hat and gloves
• T-shirts / shirts
• Comfortable hiking zip off trousers
• Rain pants
• Bathing suit (for hot springs in Aguas Calientes)
• Sun protection cream ( factor 25 recommended )
• Insect Repellent ( for mosquitos )15 % of deet at least
• Water bottle.
• Water purifying tablets (Micropur recommended)
• Toilet paper and wet wipes
• Personal medication
• Camera and films
• Torch with spare batteries (flashlight) we recommend headlights
• Extra contribution suggested in soles money for tipping porters, cook and guide. and for any emergency.
• Previous acclimatization in Cuzco city, for at least 2 days and general good health. Quechuas Expeditions offers easy one day and half day routes which can be completed before the main trek



PROMOCION DE TEMPORADA BAJA.Precios desde Diciembre 2015  a Enero 2016 Solamente.
(Servicio en Grupo 04 Personas Minimo, 12personas promedio y 16 personas Maximo. 02 guias sobre 08 Personas)
Precio por persona: Adulto USD 540 y Estudiantes con carnet ISIC USD 500.

DECEMBER 2015: See our Alternative treks: Salkantay trek to Machupicchu, Lares to Machupicchu.
JANUARY 2016:  9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

Para confirmar Necesitamos que nos envien el formato de reserva y un deposito de US$200 por persona
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Por favor, Actue Inmediatamente porque los espacios se estan agotando muy rapido y no queremos que pierda la oportunidad de un espacio. Envienos todo al Correo:

Por favor , to realizar Reservas del Camino Inca desde Marzo a Enero de 2017, Para mayor Informacion haga click aqui:




Muy temprano por la mañana te recojemos de tu hotel en la movilidad que nos llevará hasta el kilómetro 82, donde nosotros llegaremos aprox. a las 11:00 am. para luego dar inicio a la caminata. Este primer día es bello y los primeros kilometros son fáciles de caminar. Nosotros tendremos una hermosa vista del nevado la Veronica y también caminaremos cerca al río Vilcanota hasta que lleguemos al complejo arqueológico de Llactapata, lugar donde almorzaremos para luego continuar hasta nuestro primer campamento en Wayllabamba en donde pasaremos la noche después de una reparadora cena .


Después de desayunar damos inicio a la parte más difícil de la caminata pero no imposible, en donde caminaremos hacia el punto más alto del Camino Inca en donde tu tendrás una increíble vista panorámica de todo el área y podrás observar los diferentes tipos de microclimas que existe en la zona. Después de aprox. 3 horas de caminata pasaremos el abra denominado Warmiwañiusca o mujer muerta que esta aprox. a 4,200 m.s.n.m. Aquí tendrás una enorme satisfacción por haber llegado al punto mas alto de todo el Camino Inca. Después de esta fabulosa experiencia almorzaremos para luego continuar descendiendo hasta llegar a Pacaymayo en donde cenaremos y pasaremos la noche .


Despues de desayunar empezamos a caminar hasta ascender al segundo paso más inportante del Camino Inca que se encuentra a 3,850 m.s.n.m. hasta llegar al complejo arqueológico de Runkarakay en donde tendremos una visita guiada por todo el complejo como también así de la ciudadela de Sayacmarca. Luego de la visita guiada continuamos caminando hasta llegar al complejo arqueológico de Puyupatamarca otro importante monumento, donde nosotros almorzaremos, después de un breve descanso continuaremos con la caminata hasta llegar al último campamento Wiñay Huayna (siempre joven) donde tendremos una visita guiada al impresionante complejo arqueológico. Después de la visita guiada cenaremos y pasaremos la última noche.


Después de desayunar, continuamos con la caminata muy temprano para llegar a tiempo y poder apreciar la salida del sol en Machupichu. Después de una hora de caminata pasaremos por el Inti Punku o Puerta del sol conocida también como la puerta de ingreso al Machupicchu, donde tú podrás apreciar la vista panoramica más impresionante de toda la ciudadela luego de esta experiencia visitaremos por 3 horas aproximadamente todo los alrededores de la ciudadela Inca, visitando los sitios principales como los recintos, plazas, fuentes Sagradas, Templos el sector agrícola y urbano. Después de nuestra visita guiada tú tendrás un tiempo libre para que puedas tomarte fotos, etc. Luego previa coordinacion nos encontraremos con el resto del grupo para poder tomar el bus que nos llevará hasta el pueblo de Aguas Calientes (si desea puede continuar en Machupicchu). Por la tarde/noche retornamos al cusco en tren. Fin de nuestros servicios.


– Recojo desde el hotel en Cusco.
– Bus hasta el kilometro 82 inicio de la caminata.
– Tickets de bus de bajada de Machupicchu a Aguas calientes.
– Tickets de ingreso al Camino Inca y Machupicchu.
– Ticket de tren turístico de Aguas Calientes a Ollantaytambo.
– Traslado de Ollantaytambo a Cusco.
– Carpa o tiendas (carpa cuadruple para dos personas),
– Matras ó colchonetas.
– Porteadores (solo para las tiendas, almuerzo y equipo de campamento).
– Equipo de primeros auxilios, balón de oxígeno.
– Opción vegetariana (sin cargo extra).
– Alimentación 3 Desayunos, 3 Almuerzos y 3 Cenas.
– todos los impuestos.

– El primer desayuno (primer día) normalmente lo brindan en su hotel antes de salir.
– El último almuerzo (cuarto día) cuando termina el tour.
– Ingreso a Huayna Picchu (USD 80 en caso de comprarlo con nuestra empresa)
– Propinas.
– Gastos personales.

– Bolsa de dormir:
– Sintetica hasta – 5°C USD (10 por todo el tour).
– Pluma de ganso hasta -10 °C USD (20 por todo el tour, recomendado).
– Porteador extra, maximo de carga 12 kilos.


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