Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days 3 nights is considered one of the world’s oldest pilgrimages and consistently ranked among the ten best hikes on the planet. Over 4 days you will be hiking an ancient trail that was lost and reminded untouched together with Machu Picchu over hundreds of years. Why book with TreXperience? Travel with an authentic Local Tour Operator from Cusco city We offer a real camping experience with tents and hot showers Support and visit Social Project that helps the education of local children Fare wages & proper treatment to porters and staff in the Inca Trail Arrive at the archeological sites at exclusive hours Come back on the Panoramic trains



Day 1

Inca Trail You will be picked up from your hotel between 4:30 am and drive to KM. 82. After a delicious breakfast, you will head straight to the checkpoint to begin the trek. It’s a relatively easy two-hour walk to Patallacta; the first Inca site along the trail. From a unique, secluded location we will enjoy the breathtaking views. It’s then another two-hour walk to Hatunchaca – where lunch will be waiting. We will walk for another two hours to the first campsite located in Ayapata, your tent, a snack, and a hot drink will be waiting for you.


Inca Trail Today’s route is extremely varied, and it is only a 5-hour walk to the final campsite. We will visit two Inca sites; Phuyupatamarka (City in the Clouds) and Intipata (Terraces of the Sun). At Intipata, there will be time to rest and take in your magical surroundings. We will reach the campsite at approximately 1:00 pm to have lunch and you can then enjoy some free time to relax and unwind. Later in the afternoon, we will visit another impressive Inca site – Wiñay Wayna – where your guide will explain the history of this remarkable location. We will then return to the campsite for tea and dinner and a special surprise!




 Day 2

Inca Trail Wake you up bright and early with a hot cup of coffee or tea. Today will be the most challenging, and after breakfast, it’s a 4-hour trek uphill to Dead Woman’s Pass. At 4215m / 13829ft., this is the highest point along the Inca trail. At the summit, we will take time to appreciate the serenity of this location while your guide completes a traditional offering ceremony to the Apus (local Gods). After a 2-hour downhill trek to Pacaymayu Valley, we will enjoy a well-earned lunch. The second pass is an easier 2-hours climb, and we will take time to explore two Inca sites along the way; RuncuRaccay and Sayacmarca. It’s then a 20-minute walk to the second campsite at Chaquicocha, and this is the perfect place to stargaze! 10 hours • Admission Ticket Included.

Day 4

Santuario Historico de Machu Picchu On our final day, we have to get up very early to visit Machu Picchu – the Lost City of the Incas. We will walk for an hour to the Sungate, taking in the stunning views along the way. On a clear day you can watch the spectacular sunrise over Machu Picchu from the Sungate, We will then start our one-hour descent towards Macchu Picchu, Your guide will take you on a two-hour comprehensive tour of the city before leaving you in Machu Picchu to explore on your own or climb either Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain (must be booked as far in advance as possible). Your guide will explain how to take the bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes for lunch and take the Vistadome train and bus back to Cusco. 6 hours • Admission Ticket Included