The Inca Trail short or "mini-Inca Trail" from Chacabamba at km.104 crossers the opposite side of this ravine, passes the waterfall, then enters the terraces of Wiñay Wayna and follow the trail for six hours to the spectacular view of Machu Picchu from Inti Punku, The gate of the Sun. From here we descend into the world famous "Lost City". After a restful night in a hotel, We return to Machu Picchu at dawn to see the ruins in perfect morning light. In the afternoon, We return to Cusco by train.
2 Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu "No Camping"
Guarantee your Inca Trail permit:
In order to preserve the Inca Trail and its surrounds, the Peruvian authorities currently cap the number of Inca Trail trekking permits to 500 per day, which includes trekkers, guides and porters. Permits often sell out several months in advance and you must book well ahead to secure your place, particularly if you want to trek in the high season, from June to October is recommended in order to secure your reservation.
Best time to travel:
|From April to October
|Culture, History, Archeology, Nature & Trekking
||Cusco, Ollantaytambo, Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes
||Any Day upon request. Mim 2 passengers
||Cusco or Ollantaytambo
||Cusco or Ollantaytambo
||From your hotel in Cusco city or Ollantaytambo place
||1 night at a hostel/Hotel (Double or Triple Room with private bath)
||Private bus, Train & Trekking
|Difficulty of trek:
||Easy / Medium
Time of year: The best time for the trek is between April and October. You should however expect a mild climate temperature and medium relative humidity. In November and December the rainy season starts. If you can handle some rain showers, the trek is still feasible in these months. From January until March rain showers will be relentless, we do not recommend the trek during these months. Please be aware that the weather in the mountains is generally unpredictable.
Number of participants:
Private Service: You may choose the date for the trek as well as number of participants yourself.
Group Service: You will be grouped with other participants and should be prepared to adapt to the needs of the rest of the group – 10 participants per group max.
Acclimatization: It is essential that you get acclimatized to the altitude in advance of the trek by spending at least 1 full day and night at an altitude above 3.000 msl. Cusco, Puno or Huaraz are appropriate cities to get acclimatized before the Inca Trail trek.
|Trip Length|| Price - 2018
|Inca Trail 2 days / 1 night||$ 450 p.P|
|Prices are per person in USD, all taxes and fees included.
Optional hike to Huayna Picchu add $ 60 per person.
$20 off for students with International Student Identity Card (ISIC).
Ask for our special group rates when booking together with 3 or more people.
NOTE: During FEBRUARY the Inca Trail is closed for maintenance.
If the Inca Trail Trek permits are sold out, there are other great options to choose, such as Inca Trail Huchuy Qosqo, Lares trek and Salkantay Trek.
"OFFICIAL INCA TRAIL TOUR OPERATOR"
The offering of the Inca Trail by a tour operator must be previously checked since many operators are not credited to offer this route because they lack all the permissions granted by govermental institutions. So with the aim of getting you aware of the Tour Operators that fill all the requirements for giving a proper service on the Inca Trail, next we let you know the listing of the 183 operators approved and authorized by the three institutions the I.N.C.,(Culture National Institute) SERNANP (Natural Resources Institute) and DIRCETUR (Regional Direction on Exterior Commerce and Tourism of Cusco) which comprise the U.G.M (Unity of Gestion of the Historical Sanctuary of Machu Picchu) that grants the licenses for providing the Inca Trail service. Great care has to be taken when choosing a tour operator since many companies have great looking websites but operate out of a bedroom on the outskirts of Cusco!! There are really only a handful of reliable tour operators that offer the Inca Trail with fixed-date departures throughout the year.