There are many ways to live the adventure to discover the world wonder of Machupicchu, but the most original and sensational is doing the famous Inca Trail, considered as a pilgrimage to the historic sanctuary, according to research this network of roads would have had a total extension of 40 thousand kilometers connecting the 4 regions of Tawantinsuyo. This beautiful adventure gives us thousands of emotions from the first day, en route within the mysterious path we will find impressive Inca monuments, mountainous landscapes, cloud forests and a great diversity of flora and fauna and thus we will be able to discover that nature is our best lair against the routine and stress that can be in the day to day.

Briefing before the hike. Hotel in Machu Picchu Town.
Guided visit to Machu Picchu. Professional guide.
Entrance to Machupicchu. Oxygen balloon.
First aid kit. Food included during the walk.
Transportation from Cusco to km 82. Tourist train ticket Machupicchu- Ollantaytambo.
Bus ticket up / down (Machupicchu town-Llacta de Machupicchu).
Breakfast on day 1. Tips.
Meals not mentioned in the program. Walking sticks (you can rent it with us).
Sleeping bag (you can rent it with us). Flights.
COVID tests.



Day 1:

PISCACUCHO KM 82 (2,709 METERS / 8,887 FEET) – HUAYLLABAMBA (3,000 METERS / 9,842 FEET).

The adventure begins today with the pick up from your hotel and we will have a short break in Ollantaytambo. There we will stop briefly to be able to buy some things that we might need, and then continue by bus to the starting point of the Inca Trail, at Piscacucho or kilometer 82. There we will organize our equipment and walk to our first camp in Huayllabamba.

As we walk we will make strategic stops to drink water, eat our snacks and rest. Our first stop will be at Patallacta, the largest archaeological site. After a brief explanation we will continue walking for two more hours to reach Huayllabamba where we will spend the night in the camp.

Distance: 13 km- 8 miles


Day 2

HUAYLLABAMBA (3,000 METERS / 9,842 FEET) – WARMIWAÑUSCA (4,200 METERS / 13,779 FEET) – PACAYMAYO (3,550 METERS / 11,646 FEET).

This will be the most difficult day of our adventure, at the beginning of the day our guide will bring you a cup of hot coca tea so that you can start the excursion and before starting the walk we will have an energetic breakfast. The ascent takes four hours to reach Llulluchapampa where we will have lunch then to reach the highest point of the trail, the Abra de Warmihuanusca (4,200 meters / 13,779 feet) is two hours. Here we will observe the variety of ecological zones and microclimates. We will continue our descent towards Pacaymayo, where we will camp.

Distance: 10km-6.2 miles


Day 3

PACAYMAYO (3,550 METERS / 11,646 FEET) – WIÑAYWAYNA (2679 METERS / 8,792 FEET).

After a nutritious breakfast, we will start walking again for about 50 minutes to reach the second pass, Runkuracay, a very interesting place to learn about the importance of the Inca construction process. Following our adventure we will pass through the archaeological sites of Sayaqmarca (3,600 meters / 11,811 feet).

Then we will arrive at Chaquicocha where we will have lunch and then continue our walk towards Phuyupatamarca (3,665 meters / 12,024 feet), a place among the clouds, later we will have the opportunity to go through a tunnel that will take us to our last camp that will be Wiñaywayna (2679 meters / 8,792 feet), observation spot to see a great diversity of flora and fauna including orchids, hummingbirds and other birds.

Distance: 14km-8.6miles


Day 4


Today is the last day of the trek, after breakfast we will start the last route of the Inca Trail towards what is usually called the Lost City of the Incas. Our first stop will be Inti Punku, also called the Puerta del Sol from where we will have a beautiful and privileged panoramic view of Machu Picchu.

After a short walk we will go to the exit of the llacta to safely store our camping equipment and only carry the essentials such as cameras, water bottles, rain ponchos, hats, sunglasses, etc. For the tour in the lost city of the Incas Machupiichu.

After the tour, we will take a bus to the town of Machu Picchu where we will enjoy lunch and free time to enjoy the small town before boarding the train and returning to Ollantaytambo or Cusco.

Distance: 5km-3miles

Wool hat. Sun hat.
Scarf. Gloves.
Insect repellent. Extra money in soles.
2-3 pairs of wool socks. Small headlamp.
Two layers (sweater, fleece). Hiking shoes.
Toothbrush and other personal toiletries. 2-3 T-shirts, if you have long sleeves better.
Small towel. Sunglasses.
Water bottle. Passport.
Sun cream. Sandals.
Some snacks such as chocolate, cereal bars, candies, nuts, energy bars, etc. Warm clothes since the temperature can be 0 degrees.
If you confirm your reservation as a student. Don’t forget to bring your student ID in physical form on the trip. It will be so important to be able to prove that you are a student, at the Machu Picchu checkpoint. Two pairs of long pants if you have leggings, you can do it with leggings.
Walking sticks. If you do NOT have one, you can rent a pair of walking poles from us for $10. Rain gear (pants, jacket, if you don’t have one you can buy a rain poncho) is essential, especially for the rainy season.
Backpack for the day where you will have to carry all your belongings for daily use. Minimum sleeping bag minus 5 cº. If you do NOT have one, you can rent from us for $10 for the entire hike. The sleeping bag weighs 1.5 kilos approx.