Capital city of the Incas

Inca Trail 4 Day Hike

USD550.00 $



The famous Inca Trail 4 day hike to Machu Picchu is part of an ancient highway system that connected the Inca Sanctuary to the capital city of Cusco. Today, most hikers walk only a small section of it or better known as the classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. This complex system spanned about 5200 km (3231,13 miles), from what is now Quito, Ecuador to Tucuman, Argentina. You will delight in the amazing vistas of the Andes, deep valleys, many Inca ruins, and the verdant vegetation of the cloud forest.

Your local guide (who usually speaks Spanish, Quechua, and excellent English) will manage your team of cooks and porters for this organized trek. The team of porters will arrive in advance at each campsite to set up your tents and prepare delicious meals for you.
The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu offers a rewarding, challenging, and unique life experience. We recommend arriving in Cusco at least two days before your hike to avoid problems with the high elevations of the trek.


DAY 01.- Cusco – Ollantaytambo – KM 82 – Wayllabamba
DAY 02.- Wayllabamba – Dead Woman’s Pass – Pacaymayo
DAY 03.- Pacaymayo – Chaquikocha – Wiñayhuayna
DAY 04.- Wiñay Huayna – Sungate – Machu Picchu – Cusco

IMPORTANT.- Camping spots may change depending on booking time and availability.


Starting Altitude – 2720m / 8920ft.
Highest Altitude – Day 2 – 4217m / 13,780ft.
Total Walking Distance – 43km / 26,7 miles.
Toughest Day – Day 2, approximately 13km / 8 miles.
Coldest Night – Day 2 around 0º Celsius.
Overall Difficulty – Moderate to Difficult.



The first day of the Inca Trail 4 day hike to Machu Picchu is relatively easy and serve as training for the days to follow. We pick you up at 6:00 am from your hotel in Cusco in a private bus. We normally stop in Ollantaytambo for about one hour for breakfast. Traveling for a total of about 3 hours, you’ll pass through the Sacred Valley to arrive at Kilometer 82, the trailhead for your trek.

The Inca trail begins with a steep ascent after crossing the Sacred Valley River. We’ll pass through a small village. We’ll see the Inca ruins of Huillca Raccay and Patallaqta high above the Cusichaca River. You’ll have great views of the mountains in the Sacred Valley, particularly of beautiful Veronica, a snow-capped peak of 5 860 meters (19,226 feet).

About 7 km (4.3 miles) further, the trail follows the river bank to the village of Wayllabamba(Grassy Plain) at 3000 meters (9 842 feet). We’ll spend the night here depending on our campsite allocation.

Distance: 10 km (6.2 miles).
Accommodation: Camping (2 people per tent).
Meals included: Lunch – Dinner.


The second day of the Inca Trail is considered the toughest because you’ll climb 1200 meters (about 3900 feet) to reach “Dead Woman’s” pass at an altitude of 4 200 meters (13,776 feet).
We’ll ascend for about 1 hour, following the Llulluchayoc River until we arrive at “Tres Piedras” and a small bridge over the Huayruro River. There is a small campsite here with toilet facilities. After another two hours of walking, you’ll see the most spectacular terrain. We’ll arrive at the tree line and a meadow called Llulluchapampa at 3 680 meters (12,000 feet). This is the last place to buy snacks and drinks on the trail.

After ascending another 1.5 hours, we’ll arrive at the first and highest pass of the trail, “Dead Woman’s Pass” (or Abra de Huarmihuañusca). You are exposed to the true elements of the Andes: scorching sun and freezing winds as you ascend. The hikers usually celebrate getting to the top of the most difficult section of the trail! The descent from the pass is steep although not difficult, following the trail to the valley floor and to the second night’s campsite at Pacaymayu at 3 600 meters (11,808 feet). There are toilet facilities there.

Distance: 12 km (7.5 miles)
Accommodation: Camping (2 people per tent)
Meals included: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner


Today we have another early start (6:00 am) and a gradual 2-km hike uphill to the second highest pass, Runkurakay at 3,950 meters (12,956 feet). Again, you’ll appreciate excellent views of the glorious Andes. Most of the next 6 km is downhill, and we’ll explore the fascinating ruins of Sayacmarca.

The scenery becomes lusher as we enter the cloud forest with its intricate orchids, hanging moss, and tree ferns. We’ll continue to the third Incan site, Phuyupatamarca. From here we descend about 2.5 hours until we reach the final campsite at Wiṅaywayna at 2600 meters (8,528 feet). Many steps in this descent can be demanding on your legs – particularly if you are still stiff from the climb up to Dead Woman’s Pass. The camp at Wiṅaywayna will be a welcome sight; you can take a cold shower there if you like.

Distance: 16 km (almost 10 miles)
Accommodation: Camping (2 people per tent)
Meals included: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner


Today we have an extra early wake-up call at 3:30 am, but the reward will be your first view of Machu Picchu. We’ll have breakfast at 4:00 am and wait at the checkpoint to be one of the first groups to enter when the gates are opened at 5:30 am. We’ll say goodbye to our support team here.
At about 6:30 am, we’ll reach the Sun Gate. There you’ll experience a spectacular view of Machu Picchu in all its glory. We’ll descend 1 hour to reach Machu Picchu. As we get closer, the views of the ancient city just get better and better.
At about 7:40 am, we’ll reach the final
Checkpoint and enter Machu Picchu to begin our 2-hour private guided tour of the sanctuary. After this tour, you’ll get your bus tickets to go down to Aguas Calientes. You’ll have plenty of time to explore on your own. You’ll take the 6:30 train to return to Ollantaytambo. A bus will be at the train station to take you back to Cusco.
Distance: 6 km (3.7 miles)
Meals: Breakfast.

Please Note: All itineraries are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control such as extreme weather, roadblocks, landslide, trail conditions, bureaucratic obstacles, earthquakes, fires, flooding and more.


• Pre-departure briefing about the trek.
• Private bus transportation from Cusco to the trailhead at Kilometer 82.
• Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, 3-afternoon teas.
• Camping equipment: Shared 2-person tents, 2 sleeping mattresses.
• Communal dinner tent and cooking tent.
• Stools and tables for meals.
• Entrance fees to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
• Porters (for the heavy items like tents, food, tables, etc.).
• A chef.
• Professional English-speaking tour guide.
• Drinking water for Day 2 and 3.
• One-way train ticket, Expedition class service, from Aguas Calientes to Cusco.
• One-way bus tickets from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes.
• Note: vegetarian meal options are available upon previous request.
• Also, toilet facilities are available at every lunch spot and camping site.


• Sleeping bags.
• First breakfast & last lunch.
• Extra personal porter (hired at $140 USD for the entire trip – maximum of 13 kg (28 lbs.)
• Wayna Picchu entrance ticket (please request 3-4 months in advance – $70 USD).
• Snacks and drinks.
• First breakfast & last lunch.
• Tipping the support team on the last day is customary.


• You must bring your original passport to show at every control point.
• The passport must be the same one used to purchase the Inca Trail tour.
• If you have a different passport for some reason, bring this one too.
• If you are a student, bring your ISIC card.
• Sleeping bag.
• Backpack for your personal items.
• Remember when packing that you will be carrying the backpack for 4 days unless you hire a port at an additional cost.
• Changes of clothes for 4 days.
• Warm clothes, including jacket, fleeces, and gloves.
• Flashlight or headlight with extra batteries.
• Sunblock, minimum 30 SPF (it’s easy to burn at high elevations).
• Insect repellent (minimum 20% DEET recommended).
• Waterproof trekking shoes (rather than sneakers).
• Long & short pants. Rain gear or poncho.
• Slippers or sandals to rest your feet and for the hot springs.
• Cap or hat for both sun and cold. Camera with extra batteries.
• Personal medical kit with prescriptions.
• A roll of toilet paper. Snacks: biscuits, energy bars, chocolate, raw fruits, etc.
• Sufficient drinking water for day 1 (consider the physical exertion of walking uphill).
• Small towel and wet wipes.
• Bathing suit for the hot springs.
• Cash for tipping support team and buying souvenirs.


You’ll be sharing this unique experience with other travelers coming from different parts of the world, and have a great opportunity to make new friends and interact during this trip (This tour is based on 12 people max.)


*Sleeping Bag $20 USD
*A pair of walking poles USD 15.00
*Huayna Picchu climbing USD 70.00
*Machu Picchu climbing USD 70.00
*Upgrade to Vistadome Train AC – Cusco (USD 60 per person)
*Extra night in Aguas Calientes (USD 85 3* hotel )
*Personal porter to carry your backpack (maximum of 12 kg or 26 lbs.), the cost is an additional $150 USD per person for the entire trip, in addition to the tour price.


We require a deposit of 50% to confirm your reservation.


There are additional fees associated with this method of payment, which will be paid by the client.

Receiver’s Name: DAVID
Receiver’s Surname: GUZMAN FLORES
Receiver’s Address: CALLE NUEVA N° 462
Receiver’s City: CUSCO
Receiver’s Country: PERU
Receiver’s ID: 42567695

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