| DESCRIPTION |
The route is the same for all items, with some immaterial changes as appropriate. It is necessary to specify the type of tourism do to change the directory (as the required expertise).
See all prices to our operators, the price will be within the coming 12 hours.
| ITINERARY |
Day 1: Cusco Cachora
Early pick up from the hotel and go towards Cachora starting point of the treck.pass by anta, open Willk (3900 masl), we see a beautiful landscape of crops. We visit the impressive archaeological group tarawasi possible Inca
ceremonial center of the time (we found a USNO, a kind of platform with trapezoidal niches, used as a real room. It has a special feature and the fine workmanship and the arrangement of stones in the walls, placed in the form of roses, give the appearance of a flower). Then we went through conoq Conoq (hot springs)
where we will be about 1 hour, and Curahuasi Saywiti (Stone Inca ceremonial or model). Descend to San Pedro de Cachora. Camp and overnight.
Day 2: Cachora - Playa Rosalinda
After breakfast at Cachora, we will meet our mule and horse
, then put all the horses in our team to begin our hike, the trail is flat until Chuquisaca from there begin to rise, until the passage of Capulyoc, where we will have a spectacular view of the Apurimac Canyon
(awesome scenery). Then descend to Playa Rosalina on the banks of the Apurimac. Where we spend the night. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Beach Rosalinda - Choquequirao
After breakfast we began to climb to Santa Rosa
where you take a relaxing break and enjoy some drinks, here the landscape begins to change to an Amazon forest after a brief walk we arrived at Maranpata. From this point look more broadly at Choquequirao
, Huanipaca, mountains and the Apurimac Canyon with its beautiful waterfalls, reaching our camp at Raqaypata near the archaeological complex of Choquequiraw. Dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Choquequirao Río Blanco
Guided tour of Choquequirao archaeological
group (located at 3008 m. Known also for its other Machupicchu archaeological and historical importance of the Inca
era was one of the most important religious, political and administrative center, home of the Inca nobility and observatory astronomical. The geography
of the area presents a variety of micro-climates suitable for flora and fauna. The construction of the archaeological site is attributed to the Inca Pachacutec
, and displays the advanced construction). Choquequiraw leave the town and started our walk through the archaeological remains of pinchaunuyoc (2450 meters) we continue our descent to the canon of the Rio Blanco where we will camp. Here we can take a refreshing swim in the river white. Dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Río Blanco - Maizal
After an energy breakfast, we began our hike on the rise, this course will observe a variety of birds and variety of flora and fauna of this area, then go up to the people of Maizal where to install our camp near the only family living in this area. Dinner and overnight.
Day 6: Maizal - Mina Victoria - Yanama
After breakfast, we continue our adventure
that day faced another difficult part of our trip due to wet heat in the area, so we walked slowly to appreciate the beauty of the geography and the rich flora and fauna, continue until wing community
Yanama . You install our camp. Dinner and overnight.
Day 7: Yanama (3500 m.s.n.m) Quelcamachay (3647)
Having camped in the beautiful town of Yanam, and after our Andean breakfast we will walk in to rise Choquetakarpo Pass
(4647 m), noting the change of climate and vegetation
. If we are lucky to appreciate the majestic flight of the condor. We arrive to Kelkamachay. Where to take a deserved rest. Dinner and overnight.
Day 8: Quelcamachay - Qollpaq
Walk through the valley
Quelcamachay, appreciating the Cordillera
Vilcabamba, taking the snow in our front Choquetakarpo. The altitude in this section is an average of 3500 m - 3800 m altitude. We arrive in the afternoon to our camp in qollpaq. Dinner and overnight.
Day 9: Qollpaq Huancacalle
After a delicious hot breakfast, we descend towards Huancacalle through valleys where inter appreciate flora and fauna of this area then visit Vitcos (or white stone) and Ñusta Hispanic
install our camp here. Dinner and overnight.
Day 10: Huancacalle - Chaullay - Mandor
After breakfast. We moved to the bridge in a Private carrilluchayoq through chaullay, Santa Maria
, Santa Teresa. After walking a bit overnight stay close to the impressive waterfall of Mandor.
Day 11: Mandor - Aguas Calientes - Machupicchu
Early, after breakfast we continue our trek to reach the village of Aguas Calientes
by bus and then climb up the tourist city of Machupicchu. We will have a guided tour of 2 ½ hours, plus time off in order to Vitar Waynapicchu or other desired location. In the afternoon we return by train to Cusco
. End of our services.
| INCLUDES |
- Transfer to the start of the walk km. 88.
- Return Transfer train station - hotel.
- ticket for admission to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
- Bus Ticket Machu Picchu - Aguas Calientes.
- Train Ticket Machupicchu - Cusco.
- Carriers (only for shopping, lunch, camping equipment).
- Professional bilingual guide (English - Spanish).
- Guide specializes in orchids.
- First aid kit.
- Ball of oxygen.
- Camping equipment (tent dormitor, dining, kitchen, bathroom, chairs, tables, etc).
- Power: 3 D, 4 A, 3 C, (B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner).
- Cook (dishes, International, Vegetarian).
- Stick to the trekking.
- Guided tour in the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu hotel.
| NOT INCLUDED |
- Breakfast on the first day.
| WHAT WE RECOMMEND TO TAKE |
- A bag of warm clothes and light.
- Original passport.
- Trekking shoes.
- rain poncho.
- hats, hats for sun.
- sunscreen, mosquito repellent.
- implements of personal cleanliness.
- photography and camera batteries.
- Water bottle and purification tablets.
| OPTIONAL (additional cost) |
- Carrier extra things to carry your personal.
- Sleeping bag.
- Hotel in Aguas Calientes, additional night.