Inka Trail – 4 days
Day 1 : (bring passport) We pick you up from your hotel at 7am and go through the sacred valley by chinchero. We pass through urubamba and ollantaytambo and arrive at km 82- chilca- to start the walk. This day we do a light walk for more or less 4 hours. After lunch we will walk along one side of the urubamba river and where we will see the ruins of llaqtapata before arriving at the camp of wayllabamba where dinner will be.It is not a difficult trek. Don’t worry by happy!!!
Day 2 : we get up early this day and start walking so as to climb up to 4200 meters to the `dead womans pass`and pass through incredible landscape. This day is difficult and the hike is about 8 hours. It allows us to see the great valley and mountains.
Day 3 : we hike through to runkuraq. There we visit the archaological sites of sayacmarca and puyupatamarca. We arrive at winayhuayna late in the afternoon. Winayhuayna is the place the 2 day inca trail pax also passes through and leads the way to the great city of the incas, machupicchu.
Day 4 : this morning we leave at approx 4 am with our flash lights so as to be at the sun gate (intipunku) in time to watch the sun rise over the mystical machupicchu. Then there is a guided tour of machupicchu for about 2-3 hours. Free time! No problem!you can catch the train to cusco this day or just spend one night in aguas-calientes, and catch the train on the 5th day. This gives you more time in machupicchu and time to visit the hot springs. (highly recommended).in case the client decides to cancel there is no refund for it is sharable in the group.
Transfer from hotel to bus.
Bus to km 82.
Entrance ticket to the inca trail and machupicchu.
Tent and mattress.
Cooks, porter to carry equipment.
Equipment, tables, chairs, ect.
First aid kit + oxygen.
Return train ticket to cusco or ollantaytambo.
1 night in aguas-calientes. (optional).
Good service. [/list]
Breakfast on day 1 & lunch on day 4.
Bus from machupicchu to aguas-calientes ($6.00) or walk!
Personal porter. (you carry your own backpack, sleeping bag and mat.)[/list]
We have a rico menu with the taste of peru!!
Breakfast: coffee, tea, chocolate milk, bread, butter, marmalade, cereal and even pancakes.
Meals: soups and creams of tomatoes, maize, or wantan. Salads. Spagetti, chicken and rice with arroz, chaufa, or potatoes.
Fruits: apples, orange and bananas.
Drinks: mates de coca, and fruit drinks.
Meals fit for a king![/list]
What you need to bring on the inca trail:
Passport – photocopy is not sufficient.
Sleeping bag (we can arrange for you to hire a suitable sleeping bag if you require one)
Water proof clothing. (a plastic poncho is a good idea & recommended ).
Plastic bags or similar to place your belongings in to keep everything dry.
Loo paper. (most important) towel and basic personal toiletries
Water bottle. (2 or 3 small water bottles, these can be refilled on the trail with boiled water which will be supplied to you; morning and evenings).
Warm clothing for nights. (fleece, long pants, woollen hat, gloves)
Spare underwear & socks.
Personal medication –enough for 5 days is sufficient
Camera & spare film. Maybe binoculars if you have them
Snacks (chocolates, chips, biscuits, energy bars.)
Torch (very important) and spare batteries.
Basic first aid kit (band-aids, imodium, panadol)
Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat & mosquito repellant.
Walking clothes in layers. I.e.: – (zip off pants, fleece etc.)
Drinks. (maybe a small bottle of something to warm you on a cool night.
Stamina & a sense of adventure. (that is what you are here for.)
Swimwear for agua calientes. (towels can be hired there )
Note; this is a basic guide only; if unsure about other items, please!!! Just ask.[/list]
You need to carry a your daypack, sleeping bag and mat, with water, camera, snacks, insect repellent and warm clothes. The porters will carry the other belongings .the remainder of your luggage will be stored at the hotel until our return to cusco along with your valuables in the hotel secrurity.