JOIN THE 24 MILE TREK MADE BY THOUSANDS EVERY YEAR!
Destination: South America
9 Days / 8 Nights From: $2150
Cosmopolitan Lima brimming with history.
Temples and the archaeological sites of Cusco.
Mystical cloud forest environments.
Unique species of flora and fauna
Trek the 24 mile Inca Trail from Sacred Valley over Andean passes to the ancient city of Machu Picchu.
Prices in US dollars, per person, in double occupancy.
2 domestic flights and all transfers
Tourist train from Machu Picchu with entertainment.
4-star accommodations in Lima and Cusco with breakfast
Lima city tour - Colonial Lima, Modern Lima, Bohemian Lima
Tour from Cusco - Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, market of San Pedro, Incan temple and Cathedral
Tour to Sacred Valley with lunch at local restaurant
Trek to Machu Picchu, Route of the Incas accompanied by porters and guide
Entrance fees during tours
Travel Insurance Required
Tips for guides and drivers
Personal expenses, beverages, telephone calls
*Optional: Add 1 or 2 nights in Cusco and 1 night at Machu Picchu
Transfer to airport. Domestic flight to Cusco. Meet guide and brief intro to Cusco on route to hotel. Afternoon guided tour to Cerro Pukamoqo (Red Peak), Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, market of San Pedro, Korikancha (Golden Temple), Incan temple and Cathedral.
Scenic drive to Sacred Valley. On route stop at Incan temple and Cathedral and learn about llamas, Alpacas and Vicunas, their wool and the traditional textile art. Explore Pisac, with Incan and Colonial influences, artisan markets. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Visit Ollantaytambo one of the last remaining Incan towns.
Transfer from hotel to Machu Picchu railroad marker 82km. Begin the trek to Machu Picchu (accompanied by porters). Hike thru the Urubamba valley to the ruins of Llactapata. Then follow the Kusichaca river to Huayllabamba, 3000 meters (9842 feet) above sea level. Camp at Huayllabamba. Distance travelled 11 kilometers (7 miles) in 6 hours.
Five hour hike to Warmiwaynusca (Dead Woman) pass, at 4200 meters (13780 feet) above sea level. At summit breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains. Continue to Pacaymayo, 3600 meters (11 811 feet) above sea level, at the end of the pass. Camp at Pacaymayo. Distance travelled 7 kilometers (4.5 miles) in 7 hours.