Inka Trail MapAny person of any age can do the trek, however, deciding for children under 8 is in the responsibility of parents.
There is a trek of 2 days and a trek of 4 days.
We suggest to those who are not accustomed to this type of trek choosing the trek of 2 days.
In general we suggest you're sure having a good physical condition without necessarily being an athlete.
We walk slowly and we are in small groups, then it is normal to stop for rest; and we will pass the 4200 metres of height and because of this we don't recommend the trek to persons that are subject to respiratory problems or to heart problems. Only the doctor can tell you whether you can or can not make the trek and it is advisable to consult him in case of doubts.



Inka TrailDeparture from your hotel between 6.30 and 7.30 a.m. with our bus and transfer up to km 82, the point of entry to Camino Inca.
Here will be served the breakfast, the guide will give you all information and will indicate the daily activities.
You need bringing with you your passport for identification at the first control post.
We will start the trek together with our Quechuas carriers advancing through the valleys along the Rio Urubamba with a magnificent view of the glacier Veronica, we will continue to Llactapata Inca an ancient city that was a protection for the entrance to the two valleys of Antigua Morada Inka, we will still walk 1.30 hour up to the camp of Wayllabamba after a small rise up to 3000 metres.
Here we will camp and will be served the tea, and about at 19.30 p.m. will be served the dinner.


Inka TrailWe will wake up at 6.00 a.m. and after 30 minutes will be served the breakfast in the Comedor tent.
We leave for the trek and the first part of it will include an exhausting climb that will take us up to the aldea Inka of Wayllabamba until the mountain pass of Warmihuanusca (The passage of the dead woman) up to 4200 metres.
This is the highest part of the trek, about 5 hours of walk (with stops and coffee breaks): from here you can admire a panoramic view of singular beauty.
We will continue the walk, this time walking down, for 1.30 hr towards the Pacaymayu camp.
Lunch and rest, Tea will be served at 17.30 p.m. while dinner at 19.30 p.m.


Inka TrailWake up at 6:00 a.m. and departure after the breakfast.
Today we will walk for a little on the Camino Inka that is considerably well preserved, through ancient archaeological remains covered by a dense tropical forest, we will visit Runkuraquay, Sayacmarka, and after 15 minutes of walking we will do a stop for lunch.
We will continue the walk up to Phuyupatamarka (the city above the clouds) with a spectacular view of snowy peaks of the Andean Cordillera, we will go down for about 2 hours and we will arrive to the camp Winay Wayna, probably the most spectacular archaeological complex of trekking, because of its exuberant woods made of clouds and covered with flowers and mysterious histories.
In this point is available the showers service with hot water (you can access by paying 1.50 $ U.S.A.), after will be served the tea.
For the night there is a copious buffet dinner and following the tradition, the group will make a collection to give the tip to the carriers.

4th DAY

Machu PicchuWake up at 4:00 a.m., the breakfast will be served at 4:30 a.m.
About at 5:00 a.m. we will depart in the direction of the tropical forest throughing Intipuncu (the door of sun) where we will arrive in 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Approximately we will arrive at Machu Picchu to 8.00 a.m.
Here the group will leave his backpack in a warehouse and after 20 minutes we will enter to the city of the Incas where we will complete the tour among the ruins walking on it for about 2 hours.
After we will give to the group an opportunity to freely explore the citadel: we will set an hour in the afternoon as a meeting point of the group en el Pueblo of Aguas Caliente where, in the afternoon, we will take the train back to Cusco.


Gathering at the Hotel

Bus service from the hotel to the Km 82

Ticket for the entrance to the Camino Inka and Machu Picchu

Professional guide in english and spanish

Tents for sleeping, kitchen, tables and chairs, personal washing and towels, a blanket will be done to the participants
the first day and they have to carry it during the entire journey (300 g of weight)

Carriers for the participants equipping

3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, snack, coffee break, special snacks

Supply of water and bottles

Oxygen cylinder

First Aid Kit

Radio for communicating

Guided tour of the Inca city and of Machu Picchu

Round trip train direct to Cusco with Backpacker class



WinaywaynaWe will carry on at 5.45 am and will take you to the train station, from here you will transfer up to the km 104 where the walk will begin.
From archaeological group of Chachabamba (2250 m) we'll climb in approximately 2 hours and a half until the charming archaeological group of Winaywayna (2650 meters) where you will make a pick-nick.
In the afternoon we will continue in the semitropical wood up to Intipunku (the door of the sun) where you will observe the first panoramic view of Machu Picchu.
From here we will go down by bus until Pueblo of Aguascaliente where you can visit, optionally, the baths.
Overnight in hotel.


Huayna PicchuAfter breakfast we will climb with the first bus up to Machu Picchu taking advantage of the first light of the morning and enjoying the tranquillity and the magical atmosphere of this place before the arrival of daily tourists from Cusco.
You will have a guided tour of about 2 hours and the remaining hours will be freely for visiting independently the citadel or going on Huayna Picchu, and then we will find at an hour established and we will go to Aguascaliente and we'll take the train back to Cusco.
Transfer to the hotel.


Transfer from the hotel to the train station

Train tickets from Cusco to the Km 104 (alternatively the trip to Ollantaytambo can be done with private Van)

Professional guide specializing in the Inca Way

Entrance to the national sanctuary of Machu Picchu

Food (1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner)

Bus tickets Machu Picchu - Aguascaliente and round trip

1 night in the hotel, twin room and breakfast

BE CAREFUL (safety rules)

The main problem a hiker can have to face is the sore (evil) because of heights, the Inka chimney passes over the 4,000 meters and some basic rules are strict to respect:

Drink MatŤ of Coca when you arrive in Cusco, all public places have it, and some Hotels offer it to you for free

Drink a lot of water during the walk

Eat light without excess of fats or without heavy food difficult to digest

During the trek walk slowly on the first day and avoid making unnecessary efforts

Do not be afraid to stop and rest if you feel that you have a lack of oxygen

Tell the guide to the first hints of malaise, the guides are prepared and will apply the necessary measures


Articles of personal hygiene

General medicine (drugs), aspirins, tablets for intestinal problems, and pads for sore (evil) because of height
(recommend Sorochi Pill that you can buy in any Peruvian pharmacy)


Shoes to walk in the mountains

Sleeping bag

Stick to walk

Long sleeve T-shirt

Gloves, scarf and wool socks

K-way or waterproof jacket

Long trousers, sweater (pullover) and jacket

Torch battery

Rucksack with 50 litres of capacity for the walk

Bath towel and toilet paper

Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, mosquito repellent