Classic Inca Trail Tour Take advantage of 10% discount
It reaches Machu Picchu as the Incas did hundreds of years ago. The Inca Trail is a fabulous trekking route that runs through 4 days old Inca journeys, archaeological centers, dreamy landscapes and finally the Inca City of Machu Picchu. This adventure is considered one of the 5 best hiking trails in the world.
- Tour time: 4 days.
- Tour guide in English or Spanish.
- I pick up from the hotel door.
- Maximum safety during the trekking.
- Easy payment with Visa, MasterCard and PayPal.
- Immediate confirmation.
The Inca Trail is a 4-day trekking route that ends in the famous Inca city of Machu Picchu. The All Included Service is the safest and most organized way to live this adventure: it includes professional guide, cooks, porters, tickets, safety equipment, camping, return by train and more.
The All Included Service to the Inca Trail (4 days) offers a safe and complete experience. Includes permits to the Inca Trail, entrance to Machu Picchu, tourist guide service, necessary transportation by train, bus, extra security equipment and more. In addition, during the walk we will be accompanied by chefs and porters to make our adventure safer and more comfortable.
The tour includes all types of transportation: by minivan, train and bus. The adventure begins with the pick up of the tourist at his hotel in Cusco. The return train is in 'Expedition' tourist service.
The tour includes the permit to walk the Inca Trail. It also offers the entrance 'Machupicchu Only'. The entrance to Huayna Picchu mountain is optional (extra cost).
Guide, cooks and porters
The team that accompanies the tourists is made up of tour guides, cooks and porters (personnel who transport the equipment). Food consists of 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 3 dinners.
Why reserve the Inca Trail in advance?In order to conserve the route of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, the income is restricted to a limited number of tourists per day. For this reason, the tour must be booked 3, 4 or 5 months in advance. Only the Inca Trail is allowed through an authorized tourism agency.
The Inca Trail with the All Included Service offers a series of benefits for a safe trip. The tour is organized by an authorized agency with years of experience. In addition, assistance is personalized throughout the trip. Payment is easy and fast. You can choose the private service for a more comfortable trip.
Authorized agency with personalized attention
We are a tourism agency authorized by the Ministry of Culture of Peru with code AUT 00115. Our attention is personalized. You can contact us at email@example.com, or 084-207064.
100% safe professional equipment
Travel in total safety thanks to the trekking equipment that includes camping area, tents, mats, oxygen balloon and emergency kit. Sleeping bag and trekking poles are not included.
Easy and fast online payment
Pay online with a fast interface using Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club or PayPal. The purchase is 100% online. We have security systems, everything is very safe!
The All Inclusive Service 4 Days to the Inca Trail offers the best prices and discounts for the family. Undergraduate university students (up to 25 years old) and children (up to 11 years old) benefit from special discounts.
STUDENTS 18 - 25 YEARS
CHILDREN 8 - 17 YEARS OLD
|INCA TRAIL 4D / 3N||620 USD||620 USD||580 USD||580 USD|
To access the discount for university students, you must send a digital copy of your updated university ID card and your identity document. The mailing is to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children up to 11 years old
To access the discount for minors, a digital copy of their identity card or passport must be sent to email@example.com. Children do the Inca Trail in the company of their father, mother or both.
The Inca Trail combines adventure with history. On the tour the tourist will be able to visit Machu Picchu. You will also walk along trails built hundreds of years ago and known today as the Inca Trail, visit other archaeological sites, appreciate the beautiful Andean and tropical landscapes, and much more.
Historical route surrounded by beautiful landscapes
The Inca Trail crosses part of the qhapac ñan (Inca road network). In addition, these historic routes are surrounded by incredible landscapes of Cusco's highlands and jungle, an unforgettable experience!
Inca archaeological sites
In addition to Machu Picchu, during the Inca Trail tourists will be able to visit several Inca archaeological sites. The visit to these sites depends on the camps chosen for the tour.
The Inca city of Machu Picchu
The Inca City of Machu Picchu is the final point of the Inca Trail. Entrance is through the Intipunku (Sun Gate), just as the Incas did hundreds of years ago.
The Inca Trail offers different camps. Option 1 is: Llulluchapampa camp (day 1), Phuyupatamarca (day 2) and Puente Ruinas (day 3). Option 2 is: Ayapata camp (day 1), Chaquiccocha (day 2) and Wiñayhuayna (day 3). Option 3 is: Wayllabamba camp (day 1), Pacaymayo (day 2) and Wiñayhuayna (day 3). Option 4 is: Llaqtapata camp (day 1), Llulluchapampa (day 2) and Phuyupatamarca (day 4). The choice of camps depends on availability. It is recommended to book the tour in advance. So you can get the most recommended camps.
The All Inclusive Service to the Inca Trail begins with the pick up of the tourist from the door of his hotel in the city of Cusco. From there we will go in our transport to the starting point of the walk. From this point we will walk 39.6 kilometers of high mountains and tropical landscapes. We will camp 3 times until we reach Machu Picchu on the morning of day 4. Camps vary based on availability. After touring the Inca City, we will return to Cusco by train and bus.
1 DAY 1 - The adventure begins
Tourist pick up in Cusco. We will board a transport that will take us to the starting point of the Inca Trail, near the town of Ollantaytambo. Once ready, we will leave for Machu Picchu. We will climb uphill 13 kilometers from where we will see the archaeological site of Llactapata. At the scheduled time the cooks will have a delicious lunch ready. We will continue with the hike until we finally arrive at the chosen camp where we will have dinner and sleep.
2 DAY 2 - Road to the top
We will wake up very early to enjoy breakfast before starting the hike. That day we will walk a total of 11 kilometers through high Andean landscapes such as the 'Abra Warmiwañusca' (at 4,215 m.a.s.l.). Then we will continue downhill until we arrive at the camp where we will have lunch. After recovering our energies we will arrive to the camp chosen for the night. There our cooks and porters will be waiting for us with dinner served and the tents ready for the night.
3 DAY 3 - Knowing incredible landscapes
That day the day will not be so arduous. We will get up very early to have breakfast and get ready for the hike that day will be mostly downhill. In the morning we will visit the archaeological site of Sayacmarca. Then we will arrive at the chosen campsite for lunch. Then we will rest in our tents already conditioned. That day we will walk 16 kilometers approximately.
4 DAY 4 - Knowing Machu Picchu
That morning we will wake up very early to have breakfast and complete the hike that will lead us to Machu Picchu. After seeing Machu Picchu from the Intipunku (the Sun Gate) we will tour the entire archaeological complex with our tour guide. After the visit to Machu Picchu we will descend by bus to the town of Aguas Calientes. There we will have the afternoon free for lunch or shopping.
5 Return to Cuzco
In the afternoon of day 4 we will return to the city of Cusco in the following way: a) with a first trip by bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes, b) with a tourist train trip from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo and c) with a trip end by minivan from Ollantaytambo to the city of Cusco. We will be there by averaging 7 at night. All these transportations are included in the tour. If the visitor wishes, they can upgrade the train service from 'Expedition' to 'Vistadome'.
The trip to Machu Picchu includes food, porters, cooks, camping elements, entrance to Machu Picchu and return by 'Expedition' train. To enjoy a better experience, tourists can choose the following additional options for their trip. Tourists with a preference for 'vegetarian food' may request it in advance at no cost. If you are looking for even more comfort on the route, you can additionally request 1 sleeping bag (18 USD), 1 walking stick (8 USD), 1 extra tent (25 USD) and 1 sleeping mat (15 USD).
1 additional porter (115 USD)
Porters can carry a maximum weight of 25 kilos (20 kilos belonging to the tourist). Visitors carrying too much weight can request 1 additional porter (12 kilos allowed).
Entrance to Huayna Picchu (65 USD)
The Inca Trail includes the entrance to Machu Picchu (Machu Picchu entrance only). Visitors can also choose an extra entrance service to Huayna Picchu (Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu ticket).
Vistadome train return (30 USD)
The tour includes the return journey by 'Expedition' train. Visitors can choose the 'Vistadome' service, which has a better quality (includes dance performance, parade and more).
Request additional services at the time of booking the Inca Trail by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The only way to hike the Inca Trail is to book a tour through an authorized travel agency. In February, the route remains closed due to the constant rains. A maximum of 16 tourists per group is allowed.
Closing of the Inca Trail in February
The Inca Trail closes in February due to heavy rains and maintenance work on the site. The rest of the year, the Inca Trail remains open. If you travel in January or March, don't forget to bring a raincoat.
Altitude sickness during the route
The Inca Trail passes through high altitude landscapes so it is important to acclimatize at least 1 or 2 days in Cusco before the tour. Symptoms of altitude sickness include vomiting, fatigue and nausea.
Advance reservation of the Inca Trail
Many people also dream of doing the Inca Trail. However, due to the limited availability, you must buy the tour 5 or 6 months in advance. Otherwise you will not find tours available.
The Inca Trail generates many doubts. Get to know the most recurring questions that tourists ask themselves about this tour. If you have any questions, you can contact us at email@example.com or call us at 084-207064.
1) Are tips given to porters, cooks and tour guides?
Yes, it has become customary on the Inca Trail to tip the work team on day 3, but it is not obligatory. The amount depends on the quality of the service of guides, cooks and porters.
2) Are the camps fixed?
No. The camps may vary depending on the options chosen at the time of booking the tour. It is recommended to buy the tour 6 or 7 months in advance. This way I will be able to obtain the most recommended camps (the Wiñayhuayna camp on the last day is the most recommended).
3) Does the tour include travel insurance?
No. Travel insurance is a service that is paid by the tourist. It is recommended to get one before doing the Inca Trail.
4) When is the best time to do the Inca Trail?
The best time to do the Inca Trail is in the dry season (April to October). Remember that in February it is not allowed to do the Inca Trail because of the constant rains.
5) What language is the tour guide service in?
The All Inclusive Service provides a tour guide on the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu in English, Spanish. If you want another language, request it in a private service through firstname.lastname@example.org.
6) Can I visit Huayna Picchu on the Inca Trail?
Yes, you can visit the Huayna Picchu mountain by booking the All Inclusive Service to the Inca Trail 4 days. For this, you must add an extra cost for the purchase of the entrance Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu.
7) How are the bathrooms during the Inca Trail?
Toilets are basic and are located in each camp. In addition, the All Inclusive Service offers a chemical service in the camps (only for the group).
8) Can I see all the archaeological sites during the Inca Trail?
Depends. Besides Machu Picchu, the archaeological sites that you will be able to observe during the route are: Llactapata, Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, Phuyupatamarca and Wiñayhuayna. To appreciate them all, you must reserve the Wiñayhuayna camp on the last day. For this it is necessary to buy the tour 6 or 7 months in advance.