Terms and Conditions until January 2011.
Prices per person.
Contact us to get the best rates of this hike!
Student Card (ISIC GREEN). You have a discount of $ 25.00. You
must send copy of e-mail card before applying for entry to the
Payment by Money Transfer Wester Union
- Prepayment (50%) of the total.
- We accept credit cards (VISA) + 8.5%
- If you can pay the rest of the money before reaching the
starting date of the tour.
- If you can pay the remaining money in our office in Cusco.
Although many people for the Classic Inca Trail does
not lose the magic of the ancient Inca Trail tour
and get to Machu Picchu.
Day 1: Cusco - Ollantaytambo - Quillabamba
In the morning departure from Cusco on our mobility, more than
eight hours after a dusty road from Ollantaytambo to Quillabamba.
Stops are made along the way and spend the night in a pension.
Day 2: Quillabamba - Huancacalle Vitcos - Rumi Yuraq
Continue on a 4 hour drive to the town of Huancacalle where the
camp. In the afternoon, a short walk to reach Yuraq shrine of
Rumi, a carved stone discovered by Bingham in 1911. Was in place
which Manco Inca and Tito Cusi Yupanqui, used in religious
ceremonies. You can also visit the ruins Vitcos.
Day 3: Yuraq Rumi - Vilcabamba
Today it stands to trace the last Inca of Vilcabamba, Bingham,
Savoy and other pioneers. This day of moderate hike takes you to
the headwaters of Vilcabamba and Qollpaqasa go to 12,400 feet
(the highest point on our trip). Here is the Andean countryside
is incredibly beautiful - lush and green, with snow on the
glaciers visible above 18,000 feet is our camp.
Day 4: Vista Alegre
From the pass an easy path that leads through fields of potatoes
all the way to the river Consevidayoq. On the road you will see
the evidence of the Incas on the trails, paths and stone fences.
Upon entering the cloud forest birds and an occasional monkey
talking well above will accompany him. Camp near Vista Alegre.
Day 5: Vista Alegre - Espiritu Pampa
Today is a short walk along the river Consevidayoq, reaching the
late afternoon Vilcabamba Viejo. Along with the guide to take
his first exploration of the various sites described by Hiram
Bingham and Gene Savoy.
Day 6: EspirituPampa
Explore this wonderful place to explore the many Inca buildings
almost covered with creepers and lush tropical vegetation,
ancient temples and palaces, all under a green canopy of tall
trees hundreds of feet overhead. As you can browse you will see
that there are many buildings, an entire city lost in the woods
for hundreds of years. This lost city of Tito Cusi Yupanqui, the
son of Manco Inca, had lived for several years after the Spanish
conquest around 1570, the entire area was considered by the
Catholic Church as the "University of" idolatry, and in fact was
the Vilcabamba last capital of the Inca past, and it was here
that Tupac Amaru, the younger brother of Tito Cusi Yupanqui, was
captured and murder in 1572.
Day 7: Chiwangiri
Six to seven hours to walk through a varied terrain, reaching
the last camp in the afternoon.
Day 8: Quillabamba
Leaving today for ten long hours in a truck on the dusty road
from the tropical city of Quillabamba, where a shower welcomes
hikers to the hotel and adventure stories can be shared.
Overnight at Hotel in Quillabamba.
Day 9: Quillabamba - Cusco
Out of our seven-hour trip by bus back to Cusco.
What is included
• Arrival / Departure Transfer in Cusco
• Transportation to Ollantaytambo
• Travel to Cusco
• 8 breakfasts, 8 lunches / 8 dinners
• 01 night in hotel in Aguas Calientes
• Professional guide (English - Spanish)
• Chef and Carrier
• Tents and camping equipment
• Horses (carry camping equipment)
• Return train ticket Backpacker
• First aid kit
• First aid kit
• oxygen bottle
• Breakfast on the first day / lunch and dinner last day
• Bus Ticket Machu Picchu - Aguas Calientes
• Tips for porters, cooks and guides.
# The support team plays hard work so that everything goes well
during the walk. Mainly the carriers and cook to do the heavy
lifting. It will give a tip to everyone on the last day of the
walk. Generally, each traveler offers 15 to 20 soles, Peruvian
currency. It is not mandatory but it is good reward for their
• personal horse for the day hike
• Overnight in Aguas Calientes additional
• Sleeping Bag
• Return in Vistadome (First Class)
What to bring
• Backpack for medium to large
• suitable shoes for trekking
• Sleeping bag (in case you have not, you can rent one in Cusco)
• rain coat (may be purchased in Cusco)
• Clothing suitable for Hot and Cold
• Water bottle
• Flashlight (we recommend two pairs of batteries)
• Sunscreen and insect repellent
• Chocolates, sweets, etc.
• Personal and towel
• Camera, batteries, etc..
- Vilcabamba is not a simple walk is an adventure for the above
3800 meters. The first day can be stressful for some people.
Before this can have problems with altitude, must be prepared
for eventualities how are you, headaches, heart palpitations,
shortness of breath even vomiting.
- If you have any health problem that depends on some special
attention, we recommend that you do not walk the Inca Trail
because at least two days we will be outside of any care you may
- After marking their participation for the Inca Trail, also can
not be changed. The value for the registration fee can not be
returned, as this insurance prior to registration.
- You must be in Cusco at least 2 days before departure date to
the Inca Trail. This just to confirm their presence and also to
make a basic acclimatization before starting the walk.
- During the trip the program may be modified if natural events,
political and technical or forced, but always follow the idea
- Everything that you do not take the Inca Trail can be left at
our office in Cusco or the Hotel. Since our office has a
- To travel to Peru is not necessary to travel with a passport,
but recommend that you carry.
- Hiring this program you claim to understand the risks involved
in travel to the Andean countries and assumes the risks of this
adventure. He also accepts that our agency can not be held
responsible for any health problems, loss of life, property
damage or loss that may occur for adventure during the trip.
- If you have any questions or concerns about this program, come
in contact with us by e-mail, phone or msm.