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  • Day 1: Bus to Marqocasa – Salkantaypampa campsite
  • Day 2: Inca Trail, Soraypampa – Humantay Lagoon – Ichupata camp site.
  • Day 3: Inca Trail, Ichupata – Inca Chiriasca Pass – Paucar Cancha camp site.
  • Day 4: Inca Trail, from Paucar Cancha to Ayapata – camp site.
  • Day 5: Inca Trail, from Ayapata camp site to Chaquilcocha camp site.
  • Day 6: Inca Trail, from Chaquilcocha camp site to Wiñay Wayna camp site
  • Day 7: From Wiñay Wayna to Machupicchu and train back to Cusco – Hotel night.


Day 1: Bus to Marqocasa – Salkantaypampa campsite

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu begin with your pick up from your hotel at 5 am. We will have our breakfast in Marqocasa, this place is where we also meet our horseman and mules and begin our hike. We will walk for around 3 hours until we reach our lunch point which is called Challacancha. From here we will have views of the magnificent snow-capped mountain, Rayuska, which is more than 5350M/17552ft above sea level. We will spend the night in Salkantaypampa campsite.

  • Campsite: Salkantaypampa 4150 m / 13612 ft.
  • Distance: 13 km / 8.06 miles
  • Highest point: Salkantaypampa pass 4150 m / 13612 ft.

Day 2: The Inca Trail, Salkantaypampa – Ichupata Camp Site.

The first day of the Inca Trail Exclusive is easy going to help you settle in to 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.

  • Campsite: Ayapata 3300 m/ 10829 ft.
  • Distance: 14 km / 8.68 miles
  • Highest point: Ayapata campsite 3300 m/ 10829 ft.

Day 3: The Inca Trail, Ichupata camp site – Paucar Cancha.

We have breakfast and then begin a walk of about four and a half hours towards Salkantaypampa. This point has impressive views of the snow-capped mountains of Humantay (5917 m / 19412 ft) Tucarway (5910 m / 19389 ft) Rayuska (5350 m / 17552 ft) and Salkantay (6271 m / 20573 ft). Our lunch spot will be Pampa Japonesa. We will then climb in an easterly direction for about an hour until we arrive at Inca Chiriasca Pass, and then to our campsite Ichupata

  • Campsite: Ichupata 3900 m / 12792 ft.
  • Distance: 11 km / 6.82 miles
  • Highest point: Incachiriasca pass 5200 m / 17056 ft.

Day 4: The Inca Trail, Paucar Cancha – Llulluchapamapa.

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu on its 3th day begin with your breakfast and then begin our trek towards the Ichupata, from here we have a magnificent view of Salkantay or the ‘savage’ mountain (6271m/20573ft) as well as of remarkably-coloured small lagoons which are located on the sides of this imposing snow-capped mountain.

Arriving to small town of Lluscamayu where we will have the lunch, we will descend to the Paucarcancha archeological site where we will camp.

  • Campsite: Paucarcancha 3900 m / 12792 ft.
  • Distance: 11 km / 6.82 miles
  • Highest point: Ichupata 3900 m / 12792 ft.

Day 5: The Inca Trail, Llulluchapampa camp site – Chaquilcocha Camp Site.

A steep ascent towards the Huarmihuañusca pass (often called ‘Dead Woman’s Pass’ due to its image from afar) which is at 4200m/13750ft. From here we will have an amazing view of the impressive Inca Trail. We then descend to Pacamayu where we will have lunch. After a rest, we climb again to visit the archaeological site of ‘Runcuracay’ and to reach the Runkurakay pass (4000m/13080ft). Views of the mountains and surrounding area, from these points, are spectacular.

Then begins a steep descent from the pass leading to the Inca site ‘Sayacmarca’ .We will have a short rest here before continuing on towards Chaquicocha (3660m/12007ft) where we will spend the night.

  • Campsite: Chaquilcocha 3600 m / 11800 ft.
  • Distance: 16 km / 9.92 miles
  • Highest point: Dead woman pass 4200 m / 13779 ft.

Day 6: The Inca Trail, Chaquilcocha camp site – Wiñay Wayna Camp Site.

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.

  • Campsite: Wiñay Wayna 2680 m / 8792 ft.
  • Distance: 10 km / 6.2 miles
  • Highest point: Phuyupatamarca pass 3680 m / 12073 ft.

Day 7: Inca Trail, Wiñay Wayna – Machupicchu – train back to Cusco.

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.

  • Distance: 5 km / 3.1 miles
  • Highest point: Sun Gate 2730 m / 8956 ft.

Includes / Not include


  • Professional English Speaking Tour Guide.
  • Assistant Tour Guide for groups of 9+.
  • Chef
  • Porters to carry cooking and camping equipment.
  • Pick-up from the hotel.
  • Transportation by bus to Soraypampa.
  • Return transportation by train and bus to Cusco.
  • 6 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 6 Afternoon Snacks and 6 Dinners, hot drinks, biscuits and popcorn). If you have a dietary request such as vegetarian food please let us know.
  • Dining tent with tables and chairs
  • 4 man tent for every 2 trekkers
  • Sleeping mattress (you need to carry this unless you hire a personal porter)
  • Horseman and horses
  • Oxygen bottle
  • First aid kit
  • Entrance to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu
  • Bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
  • Toilet tent
  • Hot portable shower
  • Spare blanket (on the bus from Cusco to the starting point)


  • Entrances to Huayna Picchu Mountain (need to book in advance)
  • Entrances to Machu Picchu Mountain (need to book in advance)
  • Sleeping Bag (Can be hired from us)
  • Personal porter up to 7 kgs or 14 kgs
  • Walking sticks (can be rented from us)


  • Breakfast on Day 1 and lunch and dinner on Day 7
  • Water, (during the first 4 hours, after that, our team will provided you)
  • Tips
  • Travel Insurance – you are strongly recommended to take out travel insurance for the duration of your trip.
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Laundry

Trip Preparation


What to bring:

  • Original Passport
  • ISIC card if you are a student
  • Strong walking or hiking shoes
  • Bottle of water or camel bag
  • Waterproof jacket / rain poncho
  • Warm jacket
  • Wind breaker
  • Hat and gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Comfortable Trousers
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher)
  • Insect repellent
  • Extra batteries
  • Toiletries and hand sanitizer
  • Personal medication
  • Cameraand film
  • Torch with spare batteries
  • Lipstick
  • Toilet paper
  • Altitude sickness pills

Travel and Getting Around:

Most of the cities are navigable by walking or taxi. Taxis are the easiest and most direct way of getting around. Rides can be arranged by your hotel reception desk.


Spanish is the most widely-spoken language in Peru. Whether you’ve never spoken, Spanish before, or need to brush up your skills, it is best to know some phrases as you’ll find fewer English speakers outside of the tourist areas. Some things to know, or have handy:

  • Basic phrases
  • Airport travel
  • Taxi travel
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping

Travel Visa:

Citizens of the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico do not require a visa for visiting Peru (only a passport is required). Please check if you have a different citizenship as there may be additional visa requirements here: http://www.rree.gob.pe/servicioalciudadano/Documents/VisasXExtranEnero2012.pdf


Peru’s national currency is the Peruvian Sole. There are plenty of ATM in Peru, from which you can withdrawal Peruvian soles or US dollars, there are also ATM in many supermarkets. You can also change your US dollars at the “casa de cambio” (money exchanges houses), which always give better rates than a local bank. Most stores will accept Peruvian Sole, or Visa credit card. Some smaller stores may accept Peruvian Sole only. Be aware, any bills with a rip or tear in them are not accepted due to problems with counterfeiting.


Peru has three main climatic zones: The tropical Amazon Jungle to the east, The Arid Costal Desert to the west; and the Andean Mountains and Highlands in the middle of the country. Peru’s climate varies depending on where you visit. On the coast it is usually quite hot although during the winter (April-August) it can get chilly early in the morning and at night. In the Andes there are two main seasons – wet and dry. The wet season runs from November to April and is wet but usually warmer overall. The dry season runs from May to October and has hot clear days but cold nights. The only one thing you can say about the weather in Peru is that it is difficult to accurately predict. You can beautifully clear hot days in the middle of the wet season and hail storms in the dry season – it’s one of the beauties of Peru.


In each city (Lima, Arequipa, Puno, Cusco, Aguas Calientes), there are places where you can do the laundry or if you want you can do it at the Hotel.


Yellow fever vaccination is recommended for all travelers older than 9-months of age going to areas above 2,300 meters in elevation, in the following: the entire regions of Amazonas, Loreto, Madre de Dios, San Martin, and Ucayali.



All the hotels during your trip have different check-in schedules. You have the option to schedule an earlier check in, but are subject to availability. Usually, early check-in in these hotels have an extra cost around 50 % than the real price. The Hotels on this itinerary are confirmed but are subject to change according to their availability. If there is a change in your hotel, Kaypi Peru Tour will notify you of this change and guarantee a booking of the same level or category.

General hotel check-in times for hotels in each city are as follows:

  • Lima: Check in 13:00 pm, Check out 12:00 am
  • Puno: Check in 10:00 am, Check out 09:00 am
  • Cusco: Check In 11:00 am, Check out 10:00 am

Travel Requirements and Additional Information

Reservation is required for all travel with Kaypi Peru Tours. Inclusions/airfare/airline are subject to availability. All travelers must be 18 years of age to check in to hotels. Not all tours are handicapped accessible; please contact Kaypi Peru Tours at (888) 503- 8285 to confirm. You must disclose any handicap needs before your tour as there are many parts of Peru that are not handicap accessible. A valid passport is required for all travelers in your booking. Check the State Department’s website for entry/exit requirements

Air Travel

Additional fees may apply for some departure dates. Baggage fees may apply and vary by carrier. Airfare includes carrier and government taxes & fees. Airfare is nonrefundable after booking. The airlines have the right to cancel or modify the itinerary due to bad weather conditions, mechanical problems or air traffic.

Additional Fees and Cancellations

All cancellations subject to fee up to the Groupon voucher price. There is an additional $200 fee to travel solo (7-day) or $400 fee to travel solo (10-day).

Refund Policy

Kaypi Peru Tours offers refunds commensurate with the policies of suppliers engaged for personal travel, including tours, air and cruises. Payments made for Group Tours are nonrefundable.

Please note that Kaypi Peru Tours reserves the right to accept and cancel reservations for travelers who join escorted groups at our discretion. Every attempt will be made to balance the group with the best interests of all travelers in mind. If during the reservations process, our team anticipates a negative outcome will result to fellow travelers or the tour may potentially be disrupted by a fellow traveler, the reservation will be cancelled and any penalties incurred will be the responsibility of the client.

Disclaimer of Liability:

Kaypi Peru Tours acts merely as an agent for suppliers in selling travel-related services, or in accepting reservations or bookings for services that are not directly supplied by this travel agency (such as air and ground transportation, hotel accommodations, meals, tours, etc.). Please note that all payments made to Kaypi Peru Tours and/or partner organizations are entirely non-refundable. Kaypi Peru Tours shall not be responsible for breach of contract or any intentional or careless actions or omissions on part of such suppliers, which result in any loss, damage, delay or injury to you or your travel companions or group members. Unless the term “guaranteed” is specifically stated in writing on your tickets, invoice or reservation itinerary, we do not guarantee any of such suppliers’ rates, bookings, reservations, connections, scheduling or handling of personal effects.

The travel agents and guides shall not be responsible for any injuries, damages, or losses caused to any traveler in connection with any terrorist activities, social or labor unrest, mechanical or construction failures or difficulties, diseases, local laws, climatic conditions, criminal acts or abnormal conditions or developments, or any other actions, omissions, or conditions outside the travel agent’s control. Travelers assume complete and full responsibility for, and hereby release the agent from any duty of, checking and verifying any and all passport, visa, vaccination, or other entry requirements of each destination, and all safety or security conditions at such destinations, during the length of the proposed travel. Please note that Kaypi Peru Tours reserves the right to accept and cancel reservations for travelers who join escorted groups at our discretion. Every attempt will be made to balance the group with the best interests of all travelers in mind. If during the reservations process, our team anticipates a negative outcome will result to fellow travelers or the tour may potentially be disrupted by a fellow traveler, the reservation will be cancelled and any penalties incurred will be the responsibility of the client.

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