The Inca Trail is definitely the most famous hike in South America.
The distance of the Inca Trail is 25 miles (40 km). It originates at kilometer(km) marker 82 outside of the town of Ollantaytambo, of the Sacred Valley. The trail winds its way over three high Andean mountain passes, through lush cloud forests, and passes through many pre-Columbian ruins. The views are stupendous with snowy mountain peaks, lush valleys, and distant rivers.
You will spend three nights at campsites adjacent to rivers or high in the mountains, awakening above the clouds. The views are stunning. The trail is truly magical. The pilgrimage will take you to the Sun Gate, allowing your first glimpse of the epic Machu Picchu. The experience will completely astound you and will leave a lasting impression. By hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you will fully immerse yourself in the beauty and the magnificence of the Inca Culture.
Your journey will start with exploring Cusco, the center of the Inca Empire. You will visit markets, try local regional cuisine, and visit important archeological sites in the Cusco area. You will then travel to the Sacred Valley visiting the towns of Chinchero, Moray and Maras.
The Inca Trail will depart from km #82 outside of Ollantaytambo. There will be Quechua Indian porters to carry supplies for the hike. The Inca Trail will continue for four spectacular days, ending at Machu Picchu. At the conclusion of the day, you will overnight in the town of Aguas Calientes. After spending additional time the following day reveling in the marvels of Machu Picchu, you will return to Cusco by way of the tourist train and bus.
The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is without a doubt one of the best walks in the world and, for those coming to Peru in search of adventure, it is certainly the best option. This ancient path, passing through different microclimates, ecosystems and a lot of history, was used by the Incas to connect different temples and Inca cities . From the jungle to the high pass of Warmiwanusca, you’ll feel like the new Indiana Jones.
Day 1: Welcome to Peru.
Day 2: Cusco and Sacred Valley.
Day 3: Over the Andes to the Sacred Valley.
Day 4: On the Inca Trail, hike from the trailhead to our first campsite.
Day 5: Superb mountain views await crossing the high pass of Warmiwanusca.
Day 6: Our trail leads past Inca ruins and over high Andean passes.
Day 7: Arrive at the Sun Gate and enjoy the first views of Machu Picchu.
Day 8: Guided tour of Machu Picchu; free time to explore or hike Huayna Picchu.
Day 9: Tour of Cusco City and nearby Ruins.
Day 10: Transfer to the airport.
Day 2 Cusco: Cusco and Sacred Valley. Upon your arrival, one of our representatives will be waiting for you right outside of the baggage claim area holding a sign with your name on it. You will then be transferred to your hotel in the Sacred Valley, (9,290ft / 2,830 m). You will make a stop at Awanacancha, where you will see the four Andrean camels (Llamas, Alpacas, Huanacos, and Vicuñas) and then see a traditional Andean textile center that serves as a perfect introduction to the Andrean life.
You will Visit the colorful and famous market of Pisac, which has a large number of local artisans that gather frim different communities to sell their handicrafts and unique food. You can then go to Pisac’s impressive archaeological complex, which has a simply breathtaking view. Then you will be transferred to your hotel for a light lunch and rest in order to acclimate better to the altitude. (B)
Day 3 Over the Andes to the Sacred Valley. We leave Cusco and head to the Chinchero Plateau to explore Chinchero, an important town in Inca times. The most striking remnant of this period is the massive stone wall in the main plaza, which has 10 trapezoidal niches, and the colonial church. Next we’ll proceed to the enigmatic Inca ruins at Moray. Visually, these stepped-terrace ruins resemble an ancient amphitheater, though some experts believe they served as agricultural laboratories where the Incas could experiment with new farming techniques. Enjoy a delightful picnic lunch, where we will savor dishes made with locally grown produce. Visit the salt mines of Maras. This village is a salt-producing center that dates back all the way to pre-Inca times. There are more than 4,000 salt pools carved into the mountain. (B,L)
Day 4: On the Inca Trail, hike from the trailhead to our first campsite. Our excitement mounts as we board our private bus for the hour-long drive to the trailhead at Piscacucho Km 82, (8,776.3 ft / 2,675 m), here our porters and support staff along with all the camping equipment, will prepare all the final details and make sure that everything is ready to deliver a memorable experience for us.
Afterward, we will officially start our adventure following the same ancient steps of the Incas. If you require it in advance, we will provide you with a pair of standard walking sticks to support you during the hike; with the help of your guide you will learn the correct technique to use them making sure your knees are well cared for. We will start our amazing hike passing through various archaeological sites and seeing lavish vegetation and fauna, learning about them and taking stunning photos as well. After a 4 hour hike, we will arrive to Tarayoc site (8,776.3 ft / 2,675 m) and have a sumptuous lunch.
We will continue a 2 hour hike towards the village of Huayllabamba (9,744.1 ft / 2,970 m) where our luxury campsite will be waiting for us. Then, it is time to visit our dining tent for a fantastic gourmet dinner prepared with organic food from the region by some of our best chefs and served by a special waiter for your personalized attention. After dinner, your tent will be waiting for you to experience firsthand the sounds and views of the mountains.
Overnight: Huayllabamaba, 9,744.1 ft / 2,970 m
Hiking details: 6.8 miles / 11 Km; approximately 6 to 7 hours hiking
Altitude min/max: from 9,160.1 ft to 9,744.1 ft
Day 5: Superb mountain views await crossing the high pass of Warmiwanusca. After our breakfast, we will initiate our 1.5 hour hike towards the Ravine of Ayapata (10,918.7 ft / 3,325 m), as we climb over the ravine and suddenly we will be walking in the middle of a forest with a stream of crystalline water beside the road. Hiking for another 3 hours and resting periodically we will reach our lunch and resting area called Llulluchapampa (12,335.9 ft / 3,760 m). Here we will have our exquisite picnic lunch appreciating spectacular views, vegetation and the humid Andean forest. We will also catch a glimpse of Warmiwanusca Pass (mostly known as Dead Woman’s Pass for its appearance of woman laying on her side).
We will continue hiking up for another 2.5 hours in order to reach the top of the Warmiwanusca Pass (13,828.7 ft / 4,215 m). The ascent is made along a set of cobbled steps, you can walk at your own pace stopping whenever you prefer as this last stretch will be a bit difficult but will definitely be worth it. With the help of your guides, you will capture the moment taking photos at the top of the pass.
Following our route, we will begin the descent to Pacaymayo Ravine for 2 hours and arrive to Pacaymayo.
Overnight: Pacaymayo, 11,482.9 ft / 3,500 m
Hiking Details: 4.1 miles / 6.6 Km; approximately 3 to 4 hours hiking
Altitude min/max: from 10,918.7 ft to 13,828.7 ft
Day 6: Our trail leads past Inca ruins and over high Andean passes. We cross the Runkurakay Pass (12.975.7 ft / 3,955 m) which is a wide platform of exceptional views. Now most of the Inca trail will be downhill. Along our gradual descent, we will meander along the hillside and have the opportunity to take some beautiful photos. We will continue descending for to find our well-organized staff waiting with our lunch. After finishing the delicious lunch, we will hike for 2.5 hours through the incredibly well-preserved path to Phuyupatamarca Pass (11,942.3 ft / 3,640 m). We will traverse a small tunnel made of stone and witness the overwhelming views of the surrounding valleys and mountains; just a few meters above is our next official campsite called Phuyupatamarca.
Overnight: Phuyupatamarca, 12,040.7 ft / 3,670 m
Hiking Details: 5.6 miles / 9 Km; approximately 6 to 7 hours
Altitude min/max: from 11,597.8 ft to 12,040.7 ft
Day 7: Arrive at the Sun Gate and enjoy the first views of Machu Picchu. As we leave Phuyupatamarca, we begin a steep stone staircase descent (approximately 3,000 steps cut into indigenous rock), followed by a series of additional descents varying in grade, to the Wiñay Wayna ruins, where we stop for lunch. During the afternoon, our anticipation rises as we make our way to Intipunku or the Sun Gateway (9,022.3 ft / 2,750 m). We arrive at Intipunku in mid-afternoon and are rewarded with our first breathtaking views of Machu Picchu. After spending time at the lookout point, we descend to the ruins and briefly explore some areas close to the trail. This evening, we enjoy a well-deserved shower and hotel stay in the nearby village of Aguas Calientes, on the valley floor. (B,L)
Overnight: Aguas Calientes, 6,232 ft / 1,900 m
Hiking: 4.1 miles / 6.2 Km; approximately 5 to 6 hours hiking
Altitude min/max: from 7,970 ft to 9,022.3 ft
Day 8: Guided tour of Machu Picchu; free time to explore or hike Huayna Picchu. We have an early breakfast and head up to the ruins to experience the peace and solitude of this magical place. Our knowledgeable guide leads us through, explaining the significance of the various structures, construction methods and the theories behind Machu Picchu’s purpose. We have the rest of the morning and early afternoon to attempt the optional hike up Huayna Picchu and/or explore the ruins on our own. We will catch the afternoon tourist train to Ollantaytambo and from there take the bus to Cusco, arriving at approximately 7 p.m. The day concludes with our guide joining us for a final celebration dinner at a traditional local restaurant. Overnight in Cusco. (B).
Hiking: Optional Huayna Picchu hike may be unguided and is steep with some exposure. Permits are limited. An alternative optional hike may be available if Huayna Picchu permits cannot be obtained.
Overnight: Cusco City, 11,260 ft / 3,435 m
Huayna Picchu – 07:00 am shift
Hiking Details: 1.25 miles; approximately 2 to 3 hours hiking
Altitude min/max: from 7,970 ft to 8,835 ft
Day 9: Tour of Cusco City and Nearby Ruins. In the morning, we will provide a privately guided walking tour of Cusco. It begins with a pleasant stroll through the cobbled streets of the San Blas district where you will visit a colonial church notable for its incredibly ornate wood-carved pulpit. Carrying onward, proceed to the Koricancha Temple, once walled in plated gold and featuring courtyard statues made of solid gold, Conquistadors describe it as “fabulous beyond belief”. Today, the Church of Santo Domingo rests on the site of the original temple, making it an excellent location to learn about the intersection of Inca and Spanish cultures and architecture from your expert local guide. Concluding with a visit to the Plaza de Armas and Cusco Cathedral, this encompassing tour is an excellent introduction to the traditions and history of this incredible city. After a local lunch, we have a guided tour of Cusco and its nearby ruins; you’ll tour prominent Inca sites in and around Cusco, the megalithic Sacsayhuaman fortress, the carved stone surfaces and subterranean altars of Kenko, the small Puka Pukara fortress that protected the capital and the Tambomachay water temple. (B)
Day 10: Transfer to the airport. After breakfast, transfers back to the Cusco airport will be arranged for travelers departing today. Trip members can opt to return to Lima for connecting flights home or they can extend their travels in Peru. Breakfast included.
Lodging in Aguas Calientes
The only hotel located at the entrance to Machu Picchu, this stylish retreat lets you beat the citadel’s crowds.
Sitting in the shadows of the Lost City, our lodge is an oasis of calm before or after a day exploring Machu Picchu. Unwind with a yoga session, take part in a traditional shaman ceremony in the garden, or sip Muña tea in Tampu Bar. Tranquility, wonder and beauty are at the heart of our unique experience.
Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel occupies a private five-hectare (12-acre) mountainside reserve, located at the foot of Machu Picchu Mountain, near the Machu Picchu Pueblo railroad station. With the look and feel of a rustic Andean Village, this welcoming retreat offers travelers an authentic travel experience, in an atmosphere of refinement and thoughtful hospitality.
The spectacular grounds are laced with paths that wind past waterfalls and gardens and trails that wander through wild forest. This is a place to relax, while exploring nature and encountering the wonders of the Inca civilization in an atmosphere of refinement, caring, and warm hospitality.
Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel, named one of South America’s best hotels by Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure, is located at the foot of the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu near the beautiful Vilcanota River, and offers impressive views of the mountains and landscapes. Recently refurbished with a contemporary interior inspired by thousands of years of Andean culture, Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel offers five-star personalized luxury service, innovative Peruvian cuisine and a relaxing spa that features traditional indigenous treatments. Cultural experiences that highlight mystic connections with local traditions include an authentic Andean wedding ceremony and exploring Machu Picchu with a shaman.
The luxury property features 62 exquisitely appointed rooms and suites, including one imperial suite, two junior suites and 59 standard rooms. An array of special experiences is included, among them a culinary demonstration and, for children, mini-chef classes and Andean tales. Sumaq has been awarded Rainforest Alliance certification for its focus on sustainability and has received a certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor for five consecutive years.
Tierra Viva Cusco Machu Picchu Hotel’s strategic location ensures our guests the best experience possible of the amazing Inca citadel. Our facilities are located in the quietest area of Aguas Calientes, facing the Urubamba River and surrounded by the Forest of Clouds.
EL MAPI INKATERRA
Step into the smart, contemporary and cozy confines of El MaPi, amid the hustle and bustle of Machu Picchu Pueblo (formerly Aguas Calientes), where you can admire and interact with the quaint folksy town and glimpse a unique perspective. Discover an efficient, lively and people-friendly atmosphere; you are welcomed along with other global guests expecting an unfussy, down-to-earth break. Relax in a pleasant and wholesome ambience after your enlightening visit to Peru’s most distinguished destination, the Machu Picchu archaeological site.
CASA ANDINA STANDARD MACHUPICCHU
Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu is a modern and friendly hotel that offers a convenient location in Aguas Calientes (a small town) to the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu and to the train station.
The hotel has 53 new and comfortable rooms with ceiling fans (no air conditioning); some of the rooms have river views that will allow you to have the necessary tranquility to rest and recover your energy to enjoy the tour of the citadel.
Among the services we offer are: free Wi-Fi in lobby, room service, breakfast buffet with free extras, internet center and transportation (please contact the front desk).
Lodging in Cusco
INKATERRA LA CASONA
The first boutique hotel in Cusco, Inkaterra La Casona is located in the traditional Plaza de las Nazarenas, surrounded by vibrant, cobblestoned streets. This 16th-century manor house stands on the training grounds for an elite army of Incas, and had Spanish Conquistador Diego de Almagro and “Libertador” Simón Bolívar among its illustrious guests.
After being harmoniously restored by Inkaterra through five years, emphasizing its original architecture, Inkaterra La Casona reflects the encounter of cultures and traditions across centuries. Surrounding the main patio, its 11 suites are provided with chimneys, heated floors and extra-large bathtubs. Its halls are decorated with colonial furniture, pre-Columbian textiles and original murals.
The Yacu therapy room offers custom treatments and, like the manor’s dining room, uses products derived from local sources. Those who sleep within the stone walls, beneath the exposed beams, gain a deeper understanding of the city’s cultural heritage.
Your “Once upon a time…” journey starts here
Built on Inca foundations, rich history meets modern indulgence in Cusco’s fairytale hideaway.
We’ve preserved all that is precious: original Inca stonework, colonial frescos and gold-framed paintings. And yet, upon entry, a contemporary Cusco comes to the fore. Discover a fabulous spa, the city’s first outdoor pool and daring cuisine from leading Peruvian chefs.
BELMOND HOTEL MONASTERIO
Historic charm with a modern twist
Uncover the secrets of Cusco with a stay in one of its most cherished landmarks.
Moments from Plaza de Armas is an ancient monastery that has been at the heart of the city for centuries. Dine by candlelight among the cloisters; explore interiors rich with art and antiques; uncover the secrets of Peru’s national drink with a pisco lesson. Belmond Hotel Monasterio is a true jewel in the treasure trove of Cusco.
JW MARRIOT EL CONVENTO CUSCO
Embrace a truly unique stay at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco. Our hotel offers a delightful blend of historic grandeur and modern comfort. Housed in a restored 16th-century convent in the heart of Cusco, our boutique hotel features two exhibition halls with ancient Peruvian artifacts. Explore the area from our hotel, with convenient access to local attractions, such as the historic center of the city of Cusco and Plaza de Armas.
At the end of a busy day, find sanctuary in our sophisticated rooms and suites featuring a range of thoughtful amenities, including elegant marble bathrooms, deluxe bedding, mini-bars and an oxygen-enriched system to relieve altitude sickness. Awake refreshed before heading to our spa for a revitalizing treatment with centuries-old Incan healing regimens. When hunger strikes, visit Qespi Restaurant and Bar, widely considered to be one of the best restaurants in Cusco, to enjoy an elegant atmosphere and fresh ingredients. Luxury and adventure await at JW Marriott El Convento Cusco.
PALACIO DEL INCA
A storied mansion dating back nearly five centuries, Palacio del Inka stands in the historic center of Cusco. Directly across from the Koricancha (Temple of the Sun), it is a five-minute walk from the main square and less than a mile from an array of museums, markets and restaurants. The 154 standard guest rooms feature coffered niches of dark wood, while maroon entry halls with yellow ochre walls mirror colors in the Damascus figures of the floor carpeting.
Meanwhile, the 17 Casa de los Cuatro Bustos Suites, all with 13-foot ceilings, have particularly rich textiles in addition to classic decorative pieces, lounge chairs, hand-carved chests and writing desks to recreate the feel of a Colonial Cusco mansion. Uniting the past and present, Andes Spirit Spa presents indigenous treatments and an indoor therapy pool. Meanwhile, Inti Raymi Restaurant offers authentic Peruvian dishes, while a variety of meeting and event venues invite guests to host enchanting special occasion.
El Mercado is a four-star property located three and a half blocks from the Plaza de Armas (Main Square), the heart of picturesque Cusco. Formerly part of the city’s old farmer’s market, El Mercado’s 32 rooms and quaint atmosphere guarantee personal and friendly service, and will immediately immerse our guests in the cultural and historical traits of Cusco and Peru.
CASA ANDINA PRIMIUM CUSCO
Our Casa Andina Premium Cusco is a strategically located and beautiful hotel just a few blocks from the Main Square (Plaza de Armas), an ideal place to initiate visits of the surroundings, cultural walks to well-known tourist places like the Cathedral of Cuzco or the convent Santo Domingo, and to discover the charms of the historical center.
It has 93 rooms that are characterized by personalized service and all the comforts that our guests may need, with free extras like a buffet breakfast, free Wi-Fi, restaurant and bar, concierge service, room service, among others.
The hotel staff in the restaurant is highly trained to recommend the best dishes in our restaurant.
Our hotel is the best option to rest before your trip to Machu Picchu.
COSTA DEL SOL RAMADA
The former house of the Marques of Picoagá is divided into a colonial wing and another contemporary wing, combining stone arcades and a beautiful courtyard with a pool and murals typical of Cusco’s 17th-century architecture. Costa del Sol Ramada Cusco offers all the comforts of a contemporary hotel while retaining charming colonial-era details, including rooms with high-beamed ceilings and old wooden doors.
El Retablo is a two-story, 17-room Art Boutique B&B that celebrates vibrant Peruvian traditions and the rich cultural heritage of Cusco.
The innovative yet intimate El Retablo blends contemporary comfort with customs of Peruvian artisans, taking inspiration from retablos, which are a sophisticated form of Andean folk art with three-dimensional figurines in vibrantly colored portable boxes.
All interior spaces are hand-painted with intricate details by artisans of the Fine Arts School of Cusco, providing a true sense of place.
Each of the 10 Superior and seven Superior Deluxe rooms has a distinct design and thoughtful amenities, including handwoven tapestries, elegant pillows and luxury bed linens.
LOS PORTALES HOTEL CUSCO
Located a few steps from the famous Koricancha Temple and a few meters from the Main square, our personalized service and facilities will make your experience in Cusco unique.
Lodging in Sacred Valley
INKATERRA HACIENDA URUBAMBA
Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba is a contemporary hacienda-style hotel in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in between Cusco and Machu Picchu. Immersed in the countryside in a gorgeous area, Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba spans approximately 100 acres surrounded by imposing green mountains.
All rooms in the Casa Hacienda and stand-alone luxury casitas feature breathtaking views of the valley, immersing guests in open space, serenity and relaxing solitude. Architecture and interiors are inspired by the area’s cultural history, with colonial furniture, authentic Inca masks and handcrafted woodwork that add to the hacienda’s local charm.
An Earth to Table concept is expressed in a 10-acre organic plantation where guests are welcome to pick their own produce. Carbon-free crops such as quinoa, Urubamba giant corn, medicinal herbs and a variety of potatoes are farmed with traditional hand tools and oxen, as was done centuries ago.
TAMBO DEL INKA
Escape to a luxurious and mystical journey like no other at Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Valle Sagrado. Our luxury hotel in Peru is nestled in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and stands as a contemporary doorway to the vast cultural richness of this region. The only hotel in Urubamba with a private train station to Machu Picchu, we go to every length to ensure your experience is truly an awe-inspiring one.
You’ll love lingering in your elegantly designed hotel room or suite with mesmerizing views of the Andes and the Vilcanota River from a private balcony. Savor the refined dining options available at our hotel, with on-site restaurants featuring organic ingredients and local products. Our lobby bar serves refreshing cocktails. Indulge in self-care at our therapeutic spa and maintain your exercise routine at our premier fitness center and heated indoor pool. Luxurious adventure awaits at Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Valle Sagrado.
Everything here enchants as it soothes. Relax with yoga on the riverbanks or explore the Sacred Valley on horseback. Float in our heated pool or indulge at the Andean-style Mayu Willka Spa. As birds jabber overhead and wind whispers in the emerald trees, find your own harmony in the elements.
Be drawn into a world of earth, sky and mystic energy in our sensory rooms, suites and villas, designed to promote a complete sense of wellbeing. Wooden decor and locally woven furnishings in soft, bright colors invite you inside. Floor-to-ceiling windows connect you with the Sacred Valley beyond. As cobalt skies deepen to indigo, step out onto wide flagstone terraces edged with vibrant flora for a quiet nightcap.
SOL Y LUNA
We accommodate our guests in cozy “casita” houses made of local stone and decorated individually. Gardens filled with flora native to the Sacred Valley surround each of these 43 private sanctuaries and all face the Andes Mountains where the Incas believed their gods dwelled.
Fly with the wind by tandem paraglide over landscape that the Incas believed mirrored the Milky Way. Cycle and trek along Andean terraces, horseback ride to remote villages and kayak under snowcapped peaks. The Sacred Valley is also a treasure house of pre-Colombian sites, colonial churches and thriving, enduring traditions, many of which are a joy to the taste buds.
CASA ANDINA PREMIUM VALLE SAGRADO
Our Casa Andina Premium Valle Sagrado Hotel & Villas is a beautiful hotel that looks like a haven in the mountains. With a privileged location, it has fabulous views of the Andes from every room. This is a cozy hotel with a design inspired by the locality, with rustic touches.
With 91 rooms, our villas – Andean Cottages – allow the visitor to enjoy the peace, energy and tranquility of the Sacred Valley while enjoying the views and surroundings of the Andes.
Among the services we offer you are Wi-Fi connection, room service, breakfast buffet with free internet center extras, an event room, sauna, spa and gym, parking and transportation (subject to availability), golf cart, and a planetarium where you can observe the milky way and the Southern Cross. Our hotel is the best option to rest before your trip to Machu Picchu.
We also have formidable courtyard and spacious meeting rooms (3) with capacity to arrange events of up to 250 guests. We have a catering service with a large variety of food options, furniture, equipment and a well-trained team.
The name “Pakaritampu” derives from the Quechua words “pakari,” which means dawn, and “tampu,” which means home.
Pakaritampu Hotel is in the heart of the Sacred Valley, located in the village of Ollantaytambo. It is two minutes away from the train station with direct connection to Machu Picchu, and a one-and-a-half hour drive from the city of Cuzco.
The town of Ollantaytambo is the starting point of the Inca Trail, a beautiful place that offers various tourist attractions.
Arriving to Lima Peru: Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chavez. Arriving Into Cusco: Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport.
Passport/Visa: Current Passport not to expire within 6 months of travel. No Visa is required.
Currency: Nuevo sol. ATMs are widely available. Credit Cards are accepted in larger cities. Cash is recommended for tipping porters and guides.
Passport Health: 1-888-499-7277 or CDC: 1-800-232-4636.
Spanish, Aymara and Quechua; English is spoken and understood in the tourist areas of Cusco and Machu Picchu.
Eastern Standard Time with no Daylight Savings Time.
Altitude Sickness: Cusco’s elevation is 10,856 ft. Allow yourself time to acclimate before undertaking strenuous activities. Planning time in the Sacred Valley will help your body acclimatize.
Food and Water: Tap water is not safe to drink. Eat fruits you can peel, or fruits and vegetables washed with purified water.
What to bring:
- Luggage: medium duffel, backpack or day pack
- Clothing: Hiking boots and a pair of walking shoes for in the towns; hiking pants/shorts; synthetic shirts, both long-sleeve and short-sleeve; wide-brimmed hat; long underwear; fleece; down jacket; gloves; swimsuit; raincoat/rain pants
- Toiletries, sunscreen, insect repellent, small camp towel, towelettes
- Prescription medications and general medications
- Sleeping bag/pad/pillow
- Water Bottle
- Hiking poles (optional)
Pricing includes a 3 to 4 star hotel.
2 Person – $3,765 (Priced per Person)
3 Person – $3,276 (Priced per Person)
Group of 4 or More Persons – $2,753 (Priced per Person)