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Inca Trail 5D/4N (Premiun)

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The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, is the most famous hike in South America – perhaps the world. It is a must-do and one of the biggest highlights of your trip to Peru. The 5 day, 4 night Premium version of the Premium Inca Trail to Machu Picchu offers 5 days of trekking along original paved Inca pathways, a range of spectacular Inca ruins, an extensive Tour of Machu Picchu and the opportunity to climb Huayna Picchu mountain on the 5th day. The stunning scenery is breath taking. It spans through altitudes in the valley from 2,700 m (8,856 ft) to mountain passes of 4,215 m (13,825 ft). Finally it passes through the cloud forest to arrive at the majestic Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu itself.

Additionally our standard package includes the premium services on the fourth night of lodging in a bed and breakfast and dinner at the best restaurant in Aguas calientes, Indio Feliz. Your ticket to climb Huayna Picchu mountain after your Machu Picchu Tour is also included

Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of those things that everyone should do once in their life. Be you young or old, in good shape or not, the Inca Trail is for everyone!

Day 1: Cusco – Kilometer 82 – Hatunchaca

Day 2: Hatunchaca – Llulluchapampa

Day 3: Llulluchapampa – Phuyupatamarca

Day 4: Phuyupatamarca – Wiñay Wayna – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes

Day 5: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

Total distance trekked: 45 km/ 28 miles

Maximum altitude: 4,215 m /13,825 ft

Beginning altitude: 2,720 m /8,922 ft

Overall trek difficulty: Moderat


Pre-Trek Briefing

You will have an in-depth briefing with your guide 1 or 2 days before your trek. Your guide will meet you at your hotel and you can take this opportunity to ask questions and make any final preparations.

Day 1: Cusco – Km82 – Hatunchaca

Today has a relatively relaxed start for the Inca Trail and the walking is easy going to help you settle in to the trek. Beginning at Kilometer (Km) 82 (2,720 m/ 8,922 ft), we slowly make our way along the banks of the Urubamba River with great views of the snow-capped peak of Mount Veronica (5,900 m/19,000 ft). There will be a variety of native plant and birdlife around us during this stretch.

As we continue to follow the trail along fairly flat terrain, we arrive in the small community of Miskay. From here we will gradually ascend for 2 hours and finally see, from the tallest part of an overlook, the extensive Inca city of Llactapata (Patallacta). We will then make our way down into the canyon to have lunch next to Llactapata (2,750 m/ 9,020 ft).

From Llactapata it is an easy 2 hour walk to our campsite at Hatunchaca (2,600 m/ 8,525 ft). This site is a little further along the Inca trail to Machu Picchu than most groups go to camp on the first night. Since we’re camping further up the trail, the next day’s trek up to the pass is a little easier for us. With fewer tourists at the campsite we can enjoy the peace and tranquility of this beautiful place in serenity.

Meals: Lunch/Dinner
Distance Covered: 10 km/6 miles
Approximate Walking Time: 5 -6 hours
Lowest elevation: 2,600 m/ 8,525 ft
Highest elevation: 2,950 m/9,676 ft
Difficulty: moderate

Day 2: Hatunchaca – Llulluchapampa

Today is another relatively easy day. Most groups would be powering ahead along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 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 (3,800m / 12,460ft) we’ll once again go off the beaten track to visit the least visited of all the sites on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, the Inca fort of Tarahuasi. As we climb up to Llulluchapampa we’ll pass through various biozones including the low sierra, Uncas forest (a native Andean tree), 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. Just like on night one our campsite for the evening is tranquil and quiet with most trekkers either camping in the valley below or on the other side of the pass.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Distance Covered: 9 km/5 ½ miles
Approximate Walking Time: 5 hours
Lowest elevation: 2,950 m/9,676 ft
Highest elevation: 3,800 m/12,460 ft
Difficulty: Moderate

Day 3: Llulluchapampa – Phuyupatamarca

Today is our longest day and crosses two high passes; luckily for us we chose to camp last night at a location where we’re nearly at the first pass, Dead woman’s pass (4,215 m/13,825 ft), the highest point of the trek. Then after we’ve gone over the second pass (Runcuraccay pass 3,950 m/ 12,959 ft), the walking is easy with very few 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 (3,850 m/12,628 ft). There are fantastic views of 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 (3,680 m/ 12,073ft), 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.

Meals:  Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Distance Covered: 15 km/9 ½ miles
Approximate Walking Time: 8 hours
Lowest elevation: 3,680 m/12,073 ft
Highest elevation: 4,215 m/13,825 ft
Difficulty: Challenging

Day 4: Phuyupatamarca – Wiñay Wayna – Machu Picchu

Today is all about the Incas; we visit 3 major sites (Phuyupatamarca, Intipata and Wiñay Wayna) before we finally arrive to Machu Picchu itself late in the day. With only a short distance left to cover you’ll really have the opportunity to see these sites in detail and learn more about the Inca culture and Machu Picchu in preparation for your visit tomorrow. The area around these Inca sites is also rich in wildlife and with only a handful of people around on this stretch of trail at this time of day, it is the perfect opportunity to try and spot some of the more elusive species

Once we finish our tour here, we will continue our hike for about 1 and a half hours on a part of the Inca Trail which is relatively flat, with small ascents and descents along the way. At about 3:00pm we will then reach the Sun Gate at 2,720 m or 8,920 ft which is called Intipunku in Quechua. This is where we will have our first view of Machu Picchu and from there we will head down to the ruins to take the bus down to Aguas Calientes. Upon arrival to Aguas Calientes you will check in to your clean and comfortable three star hotel. The natural hot springs in town are an unbeatable way to spend a late afternoon/early evening if time is available before dinner. Dinner will be at Indio Feliz.

After a thorough tour of the site we continue towards the Sun Gate (2,720 m/ 8,920 ft), which is called Intipunku in Quechua. We will arrive there around 5 pm. This is where we will have our first view of Machu Picchu

From the Sun Gate we will head down to the citadel of Machu Picchu to take the bus to Aguas Calientes. Upon arrival in Aguas Calientes you will check in a nice and confortable hotel. The natural hot springs in town are an unbeatable way to spend a late afternoon/early evening if time is available before dinner. Dinner will be at Indio Feliz.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Accommodations: Bed and breakfast
Distance Covered: 11 km/7 miles
Approximate Walking Time: 5 hours
Time: 5 hours
Lowest elevation: 2,040 m/6,691 ft
Highest elevation: 3,680 m/12,073 ft
Difficulty: Moderate

Day 5: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

You will have breakfast at your hotel before we take a very early bus (5:30am) along the winding road to Machu Picchu to see the magnificent sunrise. Once there you will be given a 2 hour walking tour of the site.

If you have elected to climb Huayna Picchu mountain you will begin the hike at 10 AM. The ticket price for Huayna Picchu is included in the price of your trek. If you are not climbing the mountain you will have free time to explore Machu Picchu before you return to Aguas Calientes by bus.

When you arrive in Aguas Calientes you will board the expedition train to Ollantaytambo. From Ollantaytambo you will travel by private van to Cusco and we will drop you off at your hotel. Arrival time in Cusco depends on the time of your train ticket.

Meals: Breakfast
Maximum altitude: 2,040 m/ 6,691 ft
Minimum altitude: 2,440 m/ 8,052 ft


Services Included:

Professional licensed guide fluent in English, Spanish, and Quechua, plus an assistant guide for large groups.
Pre-trek briefing 1 to 2 days before your trek
Personal Porter for the premium Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Support staff including professional cooks and porters to carry all group gear.
Porter to carry eight kg (15 pounds) of your own belongings.
Four breakfasts, four lunches and four dinners
Drinking water and snacks
Daily hot water for washing
Dining tent with table, stools, and all dining implements, toilet tent, and kitchen tent
Sleeping tents and mattress – Four person tent for every two people
One night lodging in a nice and confortable hotel in Aguas Calientes (double occupancy)
Emergency supplies, including first aid kit, oxygen, and emergency radios
All group fees, including Inca Trail permits and entrance to Machu Picchu
Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo on Day 5
All transfers, private van to trailhead at km 82, bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes, and private van from Aguas Calientes to your hotel in Cusco.
Ticket to climb Huaynapicchu mountain
Services not included:

Sleeping Bag – can be rented from us
Breakfast on Day 1 and lunch on Day 5
Tips for porters, chef, and guide
What to Bring

Original passport (if you have acquired a new one after you made your booking, bring both)
Down or synthetic feather sleeping bag (can be rented from us)
Clothes (trekking boots, warm fleece jacket, a few t-shirts, socks, sun hat, warm underwear, light long pants, gloves, rain jacket)
Toiletries (toilet paper, wet wipes, personal towel)
Sunscreen SPF 35+ recommended
Head lamp
Camera with spare batteries (batteries run down faster at high altitudes)
Book to read (you will have some spare time at every camp to read your favorite book)
Trekking poles (recommended especially for the steep descents, can be rented from us)
Insect repellent

Prices & Availability

Group Service Price per person 2017:

US$840 per person (Group Size 02 persons Minimum 08 Persons Average – 16 Persons Maximum with 02 Guides)

Private Service Prices 2017

2 people US$1100 per person
3 people US$1050 per person
4 people US$1000 per person
5 people US$950 per person
6 people US$900 per person
7+ people US$850 per person

Student Discount (only with active green ISIC card. Must be below 25 years old): US$20
Under 15 years will pay as student: US $20
Aditional/Extras NOT Included (Need to book in Advance):

Machu Picchu Mountain climbing:  USD 65.00
Huayna Picchu Mountain climbing: USD 65.00
Vistadome Train Aguas Calientes-Cusco: USD60.00
Extra Night in Aguas Calientes: Depends on the type of Hotel desired.
Optional Extras:

Sleeping Bag US$25
Walking Pole US$15
Inflatable Mattress US$25
Single Tent Supplement US$35

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How to book:

You can either book by emailing us or by using the Booking form on this site.

By e-mail:

Send us your main Departure date and back up date: By providing us with a main date and a back up date for your trek (classic Inca Trail, Lares, Salkantay, etc) you automatically authorize Aymaras Expeditions to use either of these dates for your reservation. Aymaras Expeditions within the next 48 hours (after you have sent us your booking form and confirm deposit was made) will send you an electronic receipt confirming your trek has been officially booked and also to confirm the exact departure date of your trek.

Send us your Personal Details for Booking: Your passport number and other information must be valid. Please advise if you change your passport number after booking the tour (especially for booking the classic Inca Trail as if we do not make a change in your official details, you may not be permitted to do the trek). Please Note changing passports’ numbers requires an extra fee (we are able to change passports numbers easily on our receipt but its also extremely important that we make the changes with the Inca Trail authorities)

Student rate: In order to obtain this discount you must have a valid ISIC card. It is important you scan and e-mail this to us at the time of booking and that it is valid on the date you are booked on the Inca Trail/alternative trek (you will need to show the real ISIC card upon your arrival here in Cusco and in Machu Picchu).

Payment of deposit:

1. For the classic Inca Trails: 2 days, 3 days, 4 days, 5 or 7 days (Group or Private Service)

We request a non-refundable deposit US$200 per person along with personal details of each member participating in the trek:

– Full Passport names
– Passport number,
– Gender,
– Nationality,
– Date of Birth(DOB),
– Whatsapp Number,

Payment of deposit amount is:

  • US$200 per person for the Inca Trail only Or
  • US$265 per person for the Inca Trail + Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu climbing.Please confirm if you want to climb Huayna Picchu (the 45 minute climb near Machu Picchu site) or Machu Picchu as they need to be booked well in advance too; there are 2 time sessions:
  • 7 – 8am or
  • 10 – 11am – this also needs to be specified although you need to be flexible to either time.

METHODS OF PAYMENT / Send Money By using Credit Cards

(1) Western Union Money Transfer Company(Fastest and safest method of sending money in Peru)(It takes Minutes and pick the money inmediately and we can confirm in minutes)

Another way to do your payment from abroad and avoid high bank charges or taxes, is using WESTERN UNION, a global transfer service that has a large network of offices around the world.

Money Transfer by Western Union (using your credit cards) – There are additional fees associated with this method of payment. The method of payment depends on which country that you are sending the money. From the USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, France, Netherlands & Norway you can make the money transfer online at : Just visit the website and follow the instructions. Visa and Master Card can be used. The charge is less if you go directly to a local Western Union agent in your town and pay in cash. For countries other than those mentioned above you will have to go to the office of your local agent to pay the deposit. The Western Union website allows you to search for the agent nearest to where you live. There are over 245,000 agents throughout the world so you should have no problem finding one that is convenient to you.

Receiver’s Name: JUANITA
Receiver’s Surname: RAMOS QUISPE
Receiver’s Address : San Juan de Dios 295
Receiver’s City: CUZCO
Receiver’s Country: Peru

Afterwards send us an e-mail with the following information:
Operation and transaction numbers: Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN) / Number of 10 Number Very Important_____________________
Date and hour of the Payment: ________________________
Sender’s Name:____________________
Sent total amount:______________________

You Can Make your Payment through Western Union with your Visa Card
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(2) PAYPAL ONLINE PayPal is the faster, safer way to send money, make an online payment, receive money or set up a merchant account. You can easily pay us by using your credit card or bank account.  you can also send us other amount adding 9% to:

For those that wish to pay via Paypal or bank deposit, please note that a 9% fee applies. That is, you need to increase your payment by 9% to cover the costs that we incur via this kind of payments.



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(3) Transfer into PERUVIAN BANKING ACCOUNT We can also accept payments by bank transfer to our Peru bank account.(It takes at least 3 working days)

You can directly transfer funds from your own banking account to our banking account. There is a 9% admin fee attached to this account that you need to add onto the amount you are sending. See details below.

Duration of Taken to Receive Transfer: 1 day to 3 days dependent on where you are sending from.
It can be done at any bank, make the deposit with the following information:

Name of Bank: Banco de Crédito del Perú BCP
Account Number: (US$ dollars) 285-26854918145
Emergency phone VíaBCP: 0051-1-3119898
Bank Address: 189 Av. Del Sol, Cusco – Perú / Phone: 0051–84– 235255

The deposit must be sent under the name of UBALDINA RAMOS QUISPE (you can print this page).

Afterwards send us an e-mail with the following information:
Date and hour of the Payment:_______________________
Operation and transaction numbers.__________________
Displayed name (it should be UBALDINA RAMOS QUISPE)
Sent total amount:______________________
Name of the bank where the transaction was done._____________________
We’ll send an E-mail confirming the transaction and we’ll re-confirm your reserve as well.





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WHY Aymaras Expeditions?
- We are a 100’% Licensed and a direct Local tour operator based in Cusco.
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-  We have the best designed tour programmers and OFF the beaten path treks in Cusco.
- AYMARAS EXPEDITIONS has the best designed itinerary which allows you plenty of time to explore all of the highlights and to be absorbed in the culture that Cusco offers. Knowing that you have had the maximum experience for your soul.
- Our tour guides are the greatest!!!! Trained by the RED CROSS in FIRST AID.
- They come highly recommended, clear and fluent in English. They are experienced and very knowledgeable, passionate for the Inca heritage/ history and dedicated to continual personal development and learning. This  ensures you receive accurate recognized theories and facts about the Inca Andean culture.
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