Our Inca Trail Exclusive Tour is an all-inclusive itinerary where the international flights from your hometown to Peru, the domestic flights from Lima to Cusco, the hotels, the entrances to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu are included.
If you are looking for a non-stress organization, this is the best way to do the Inca Trail, we take care of everything on this tour. It starts with flights from your hometown to Lima, a connection flight from Lima to Cusco, a pick up from the airport to the downtown where our hotels are located, the next day is free of activities to continue with the acclimatization.
The next day is the first day of the Inca Trail a gentle climbing up to Ayapata camp site. The second day is the hardest one as you will need to cross the Dead Woman Pass 13800 fts to arrive in Chaquilcocha campsite. The next day is all the time for going down until Wiñay Huayna where the last campsite is located, the Last Day of the hike is to get Machu Picchu at early morning and been one of the first ones there, after the visit of Machu Picchu you will take the train back to Cusco to spend the night in one of our hotels to finally take the flight back home on next day.
Our representative will wait for you to take to your hotel in Cusco City, according to your landing time you will have the day to enjoy our city by yourself, your hotel will be located near to Cusco downtown and very close to some attractions like:
You have a free day in Cusco to explore at your leisure. You can do some extra tours that we offer to our private customers, the most popular one is The Sacred Valley of the Inkas
You will spend the night in Cusco.
The first day of the Inca Trail Exclusive is easy going to help you settle into the trek. Covering 14km of the trail climbing gently up the Cusichaca Valley, you pass by the Inca site of Llactapata, enjoy great views of the snow-capped peak Veronica (5900m / 19000ft) and get to see a variety of native plant life and birds throughout the day.
Our campsite for the night is at Ayapata (3300m / 10829ft) which is a little further along the trail than most groups go; as we’re camping further up the trail the next day’s trek up to the pass is a little easier for us and with fewer tourists at the campsite we can enjoy the peace and tranquility of this beautiful place.
Today is considered by many to be the hardest day of the trek; with 2 high passes (Dead Woman’s Pass is the highest at 4200m / 13779ft) to cross and nearly 16km to walk today really tests your spirit. There’s no need to worry though as thanks to our enthusiastic guides and a team of porters helping you along you’ll have all the moral and physical support you need to make it.
Today we get fantastic views of the high mountain ranges as we cross the 2 passes and will have the chance to visit 2 Inca sites (Runcuraccay and Sayacmarca). Our campsite tonight is at Chaquicocha (3600m / 11800ft) which like Ayapata is one of the quieter campsites and affords beautiful views of the sun setting over the mountains in the distance.
Having made it over the 2 passes yesterday we’re now treated to a relaxing day through some of the most beautiful scenery the Inca Trail Exclusive has to offer. With a relatively short distance to cover along what is known as Inca Flat (gentle ascents and descents), we get to enjoy the lush and verdant cloud forest around us and the spectacular views of the Andes in the distance.
With visits to 2 Inca sites (Phuyupatamarca and Winay Wayna), this is by far one of the most impressive days of the trek. Our campsite for tonight is at Wiñay Wayna (2680m / 8792ft) which we will arrive to be early afternoon and get to have an extended guided tour of once we have settled in.
Today is the highlight of the trek Inca Trail Exclusive. Waking up early you head straight to the checkpoint to enter Machu Picchu and once the site opens can carry on to the Sun Gate where you’ll get your first fantastic views of Machu Picchu.
On arrival to Machu Picchu, you’ll have a 2 hour guided tour of the site during which you’ll learn about the Incas and visit all the most important areas of the citadel. After your tour you’ll have free time to explore the site by yourself and if you have permits to climb either Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain.
In the afternoon you will take the train back to Ollantaytambo from where you will carry on by bus back to Cusco.
A Kaypi Peru tours representative will transfer you to the airport for your flight out from Cusco.
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