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About the Inka Trail


The Inca Trail to Machupicchu in Cusco Peru is a very ancient time of the empire that connects Ollantaytambo and Machupicchu in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Along its route you can appreciate an exuberant geographical beauty, diverse ecological floors and rich flora and fauna of the sanctuary; Along its route will be numerous archaeological monuments, which are evidences of small centers inhabited by the Inka time, with great amount of religious architecture, the most important are: Patallaqta, Runquraqay, Sayaqmarka, Phuyupatamarca, Wiñay Wayna and Machupicchu.

WIÑAY WAYNA.- Beautiful archaeological monument located 2 hours from Machupicchu by the Inka road (2,400 meters above sea level), very close to a small tourist hostel, and the site of the Interpretation Center of the Historical Sanctuary of Machupicchu (Faculty of Biology of the University Of Cusco).

MACHUPICCHU PEOPLE (AGUAS CALIENTES) .- It is the current town of Machupicchu, District of the Province of Urubamba, with approximately 800 inhabitants, dedicated to the provision of tourist services (lodging, restaurants and handicrafts). Its main attraction are thermo – medicinal baths.

Inka Trail

The great Inca Empire was completely covered by a complex network of roads that the experienced Inca builders did. The admirable Inca roads, with magnificent causeways hundreds of kilometers long, united all the confines of the Empire.

The Inca Trail in the stretch that is commonly known between km. 88 of the railway line to Machupicchu, concentrates 90% of the trekking or treks that are made in Cusco, however, it is not the only route, there are others of a duration of one or more days to places surrounding the valley, which run The Andean roads and picturesque landscapes of the area.

Along 43Km. Of course you can relive the pilgrimage that the ancient Peruvians made to the sacred city of Machupicchu, enjoying the variety of landscapes and climates; From the temperate valley of the Urubamba and the puna of Warmiwañusqa to the semitropical zone of Wiñaywayna and Machupicchu.

People come from all over the world to know and personally experience the way that the majestic Incas traveled more than five hundred years ago.

Duration of the excursion: 4 days and 3 nights (classic tour)

Frequency: Every day.

It includes:

  • Transport by bus until the beginning of the trekking.
  • Accommodation in double tents.
  • All the food and all the dishes during the trekking.
  • 03 breakfasts, 03 lunches, 03 dinners.
  • Kitchen, dining and bathroom tents.
  • Porters.
  • Official tourism guide.
  • Entrance Ticket to the Citadel
  • Ticket of descent of ruins to station.
  • Return ticket by train to the City of Cusco.
  • Train station / hotel transfer

Very close to the City Center