Our Luxury Inka Trail package combines luxury service with adventure. This trip includes everything you can imagine along the trail from super comfortable air mattresses, weatherproof tents, hot water for washing, the best drinks and food, extra porters to carry your personal belongings and a one night stay at the Inkaterra,Sumaq Luxury Hotels the last day of the trail. This trip also includes the luxury Hiram Bingham train from Machu Picchu to poroy Cusco. All private service .
Day 1: Cusco – Patallacta
Early in the morning you will be met by their guide at the lobby of your hotel at the arranged time to take the private vehicle that will transfer you to Km 82 of the Rail Road to Machu Picchu, from where you will be met by your field stuff (Porters and Cooks) with all our equipment. From here we will start our hike to km 88, using a little visited portion of the Inca Trail following the right margin of the Urubamba River to then reach the bridge that will take us to Q’ente, located at Km 88 of the railroad to Machu Picchu. We will cross the bridge and hike for about 30 minutes to the first camp in Q’ente. Lunch will be served at campsite. After lunch, we will visit Machu Q’ente (one ½ hour hike) and Patallacta ruins,Patallacta Inca site. After time to enjoy landscape, we will pass Cusichaka river then we will arrive at Patallacta to camp. Camp. (L / D)
Day 2: Llactapata – Llulluchapampa.
Today is another relatively easy day. Most groups would be powering ahead along the Inca Trail today and would be heading over Dead Woman’s Pass, the highest point on the trek and one of the hardest and longest climbs on the Inca Trail. We’re going to take things at a more leisurely pace and our goal for today is a campsite just before the pass, Llulluchapampa, this breaks the hardest stretch over two days making the climb significantly easier.
On the way to Llulluchapampa we’ll once again go off the beaten track to visit the least visited of all the sites on the Inca Trail, the Inca fort of Paucarcancha. As we climb up to Llulluchapampa we’ll pass through various biozones including the low sierra, cloud forest and the high puna. There are many opportunities to see a variety of plant and birdlife and if we are lucky we may also spot White Tailed Deer. Our campsite for the night is at 3800m / 12460ft. and just like before it is tranquil and quiet with most trekkers either camping in the valley below or on the other side of the pass.
Day 3: Llulluchapampa – Phuyupatamarca.
Today is our longest day and crosses two high passes; luckily for us we’re nearly at the first pass and once we’ve passed the second the walking is easy with very little ups and downs to contend with. Today sees some of the best views and scenery of the whole Inca Trail and includes visits to two Inca sites (Runcuraccay and Sayacmarca); with fantastic views of the high snow-capped peaks for most of the day and the cloud forest all around us today is by far the most visually stunning.
Our campsite for tonight is at Phuyupatamarca (3680m / 12073ft) from where we’ll get our first views of Machu Picchu mountain far in the distance (the site itself is hidden from view). The views of the sunset from here are fantastic and once again the campsite is quiet with the majority of trekkers camping closer to Machu Picchu.
Day 4: Phuyupatamarca – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes
We will arise very early so that we may catch the sunrise from Intipunku (Sun Gate), with the anticipation of continuing on the trail your hearts may begin to pound from the excitement of what awaits your every step and breath as you approach the fabled citadel. Just as you are to make your final turn and approach the trail entry, you’ll let out a sigh of relief to know the reward is only a few steps further. As you enter Intipunku you will get your first breathtaking view of Machu Picchu.
As you proceed down into Machu Picchu you will find rock structures or temples along the path, which the guide will point out as you make your way into the sacred city. As soon as you arrive your guide will explain the history and the myths that surround this archaeological wonder. Camp. (B / L / D)
Day 5: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco
We will wake early with different views not any more on the mountains now we will be on the Urubamba river side. After breakfast we will go once again to one of the sacred city of the Incas your guide will explain the history and the myths that surround this archaeological wonder from this corner of the world, you will have plenty of time in Machu Picchu to explore, or to hike up Huayna Picchu, giving you a total two days to enjoy this wonder of the world. (B)
We suggest buying on 6 month in advance at least. Please note that there is limit of visitors per day so we also suggest buying your trip as soon as possible. Also note ball the bellow information are mandatory
1. Name and sun name (as in your passport)
3. Date of birth
4. Passport number
6. Hotel in Cusco (address .phone number)
You can send this information to us as soon you will get it but with enough time to avoid any problem with your pick up service.
ISC CARD ( 25. – USD OF DISCOUNT )
Note: In order to get the discount it is necessary to send us via e mail the scanned copy of your isc (international student card) within two days before we will get the permission. Without this copy we will not able to offer you any discount.
Pre-trek briefing with Guide
Transportation by vehicle to start of the trek
Inca Trail permits
Shuttle, entrance and guided tour of Machu Picchu
Hotel in Aguas Calientes
1 WAY HIRAM BIMGHAM TRAIN from Aguas Calientes back to Cusco
1 NIGHT LOXURY HOTEL: INKA TERRA or SUMAQ
The luxury Inca Trail includes these added features:
Cots and large Thermarest sleeping pad, 8 cm thick
Hot shower each day
Massage every day until arrival to Aguas Calientes
High quality dishes
Ticket to climb Huayna Picchu
Chef & gourmet food
Chairs with backs for dining tent
Last Dinner at Indio Feliz Restaurant
Last Lunch at Belmont Restaurant
3 nights at luxury camping.
Massage Session during 3 nights on the Inca trail.
Hot Shower during the Inca trail
Bath and hand Towels per person
Air bed for camping
All entrance fees and permits
All overland private transfers indicated
Private porter during the trail for your personal staff.
Fully Trained porters hailing from local communities.
A private, hand-crafted and fully personalized Deluxe Inca Trail from start to finish.
Modern trekking and camping equipment.
Meals indicated: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner, snacks
All meals cooked on the spot with fresh ingredients by our trained chef.
English-speaking guides with knowledge of archeological sites along the Inca Trail.
All transfers and excursions as per itinerary in private service with English speaking guide
Meals during the Trek (3 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 4 dinners). , hot drinks including coca leafs tea which is excellent for the altitude.
Porters to carry the main luggage (all the equipment and cooking stock).
Oxygen bottle and first-aid kits
Bus ticket from Machu Picchu ruins to Aguas Calientes
Wine, Pisco, beer, water.
Entrance fee to Huaynapicchu mountain (subject to availability)
OUR PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDETips for your guides, porters, chef and crew, masseuse, hotel staff
Personal expenses: extras, airport taxes; laundry service; insurance; internet
International and domestic airfares
Additional pre- and post-trek tours
Our Price :Price: Loxury Inca Trail 5 days 4 Nights Hike: 2018
Price: Loxury Inca trail 5 days 4 nights : 2018 per person
1 travellers $6850.00
2 travellers $4350.00
3 travellers $4050.00
4 travellers $3750.00
5 travellers $3450.00
6+ travellers $3050.00
Price per person based according the party size, in US dollars valid for all 2017 and January 2018.
* Prices For a Person in US Dollars
Trek Dificulty level: Peace of cake Easy Moderately Dificult Very Difficult Impossible… is nothing!
Please Note:Dificulty level depends very much on your fitness and aclimatization
*To qualify as a student, it is necessary to have a valid ISIC card
PLEASE SEE OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND F.A.Qs
There is a $30 discount for students with a valid ISIC card or children under 12 years old.
Please note, if you can be flexible with your dates (giving 1 or 2 days either side of preferred date), you have more possibility of securing your place (availability for specific dates can change rapidly as there are only 500 spaceson the Inca Trail per day Treking tips
STUDENT DISCOUNT: $35 off per personStudent Discounts apply to anyone who has a valid GREEN ISIC card at the time of the trek or is 16 years old or younger. For those using an ISIC card to receive the discount, we do need to see a copy of the card at booking. For those booking children 16 years old or younger, we need a copy of their passport at booking time. Please send all to email@example.com
Under 15 years will pay as student: US$35.00
Under 7 years Discount: US$50.00
ADDITIONAL ITEMS:As you see in our Additional Items under Trip Overview, there are several optional upgrades you can include in this trip. Below is a quick list of prices, but check our Overview section for more details.
Huaynapicchu: $80 per person
Vistadome Train (One Way): $80 per person
Vistadome Train (One Way):
Expected Weather in Cusco and on the Inca Trail
In Cusco dry season starts in April to October, the days are usually sunny and hot but temperatures drop abruptly after 4-5 pm until 7-8 am.
Weather is very changeable from November to March and heavy rains are expected, with the wettest months being December to March, although is not as cold as it is in the dry season.
*Please note this reference applies to the altitude of 3400 meters and changes depending on the altitude (higher altitude = colder). Also note that it could be wet on the 3rd and 4th day of the Inca Trail (cloud forest regions).*
Available Departure Dates: We strongly recommend that you make your trek booking as soon as possible. So far we have been able to obtain trek permits for ALL of our clients and have not had to cancel any trek bookings