$ 789 Per person
High-quality camping equipment and nutritious meals
knowledgeable guides who have a deep understanding of the region's culture, history, and geography
Our group size to a max. of 8 people to ensure individual attention and a more intimate experience
Supporting local communities and minimizing our impact on the environment
Embark on an unforgettable journey through the Andes with our 4-day Inca Trail trek. Hike ancient paths, witness breathtaking vistas, and explore awe-inspiring Incan ruins along the way. Book now and experience the adventure of a lifetime.
Start the trek early in the morning from Cusco to the Sacred Valley and then to the town of Ollantaytambo. From there, drive to the trailhead at km 82 and start the hike to Wayllabamba. You will cross the Vilcanota River and pass through the small town of Miskay before arriving at your first campsite.
Today is the most challenging day of the trek as you climb to the highest point of the trail, the Warmiwañusca Pass at 13,780 feet (4,200 m). After reaching the pass, descend to the Pacaymayo Valley for your second campsite.
This day is a mix of both uphill and downhill hiking as you make your way towards the Wiñay Wayna campsite. Along the way, you will pass through the Runkurakay ruins and the Sayacmarca Inca complex.
Start the day early with a hike to Intipunku, also known as the Sun Gate, where you can witness the sunrise over Machu Picchu. After exploring the ruins with your guide, take the bus down to Aguas Calientes for lunch and then board the train back to Cusco.
Due to the strict regulations established by Machu Picchu Park, once you have made your reservation, receiving any refund will not be possible since all purchases will be made immediately. It is also not possible to transfer the permit to another person with a different name, nor can the date of your permit be changed.
In case you decide to withdraw from the trek once it has started, you will be responsible for all additional charges such as: food and transportation that could be caused by the modification of your itinerary. However, you can join the group again for the visit to the citadel of Machu Picchu and the use of the same services from that moment on.
In case you decide to cancel the trip due to a health issue or personal problem, the previous cancellation policies will apply since the company already had administrative and logistical expenses for your tour.
Pasaporte original con más de 6 meses de vencimiento desde el día de su tour
Importante: Si no trae su pasaporte, no podrá ingresar al sendero.
Because it is a challenging trial, a prior evaluation with your doctor is necessary, so you can have the physical evaluation of carrying out activities of great wear.
We recommend physical conditioning in your place of origin for long walks. It is important to have previous training so we can enjoy a challenging dream come true.
Arrive in Cusco 2-3 days before your trek to avoid altitude sickness and stomach pain caused by slow digestion.
The best time to do the Inca Trail is from May to mid-October, as during this time it will be mostly dry, have the best mountain views, and all passes will be open. Please note that during February, the trail is closed for maintenance.
We recommend making the reservation 6 months in advance, so we guarantee the spaces for the Inca trail and the camping nights with the best locations and views within the Inca Trail. Especially when you plan to visit Peru in the high season (May – October).
first of all machu picchu was amazing,but only can re-entry twice! wayna picchu was amazing too but there were only 2 slot of time 200 people can get inside each time, need to book the ticket before. My slot was 10-11 entry time, so we thought we could spend more time in machu picchu so we reached the entry gate at 11.
I recently visited Peru for a wedding in Lima…I took it upon myself to extend my trip by visiting Cusco so I could do some sightseeing and hiking. I researched and found Peru Wayna Picchu…reached out to them, told them when I would be there and what I wanted to do. They in return sent me a whole itinerary detailing each day. The trips were absolutely amazing, the tour guides were extremely knowledgeable, personable and fun.
I have known and worked with Karen Lizbeth Espinoza Ovalle for over ten years on numerous travel plans. I have currently made sixteen trips to Cusco and she has been involved in every trip I have made. She is very professional and extremely courteous to work with. I would recommend using Karen for any travel plans! Not only that; but she is such a wonderful person to know.
What else to say about this beautiful, historic and amazing place. We hiked up the Wayna piccu to get an overlook on the maccu piccu and where lucky. It was absolutely breathtaking!
It was an incredible experience, the quality of service was exceptional, I loved it, I recommend it!!
It was an incredible experience!! I really enjoyed this trip, getting to know the wonder of the world, thanks to the guides, the logistics, the whole team in general, really exceptional!!
You’ll need to plan this at least 6 months in advance. I suggest the early time slot if you can. If you’ve acclimated in Cusco or the Inca trail this will be easier for you. Plan on a very steep and hard trek to the top. This is not for children. If you expect a nice path with easy stairs like you’ll find in Machu Picchu don’t waste your money. When you make it to the top, wow….
Our trip in May was my second to Cusco and the first one for my friend. I already had in mind to visit WaynaPicchu since I couldn’t do it in my first trip (my kids were too small for such a hike) and it was more than I expected. Maybe it was the anticipation, or maybe it was the hour hike it took to get there…
It was an awesome climb! And it was Not near as physically challenging as the four day Inca Trail. Looks intimidating but it was fairly safe for a 60+ year old (that is in good physical shape). It took my wife & I about 30 to 40 minutes to climb. It had steel cable handrails along the mountain side for many parts of the climb. You should be acclimated to the elevation prior to climbing. And train on hikes and/or stair master. Spectacular views. Worth the climb and price.