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Inca Trail Trek Experience 8D/7N (Lima to Cuzco)


Inca Trail Trek Experience 8D/7N (Lima to Cuzco)

Day 1: Lima, Peru

Today, we'll pick you up from Lima airport to transfer you to your hotel. Settle in and explore this exciting city for the rest of the day.

Lima Airport Pickup
Welcome to Lima, the City of Kings. Upon arrival to the airport, you will be transferred to your hotel. Please look for your driver at the airport, he will be holding a sign with your name on it. Once you have checked into the hotel, the remainder of your first day will be free. While Peru's capital officially began life in 1535, when Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro founded the city on the Day of the Three Kings, settlements had been scattered through the valley since before the Incas. The city was built on top of an existing palace and temples that belonged to the local chief who had little choice but to move on. Lima was in its prime during the Spanish colonial days and much of the city's attraction now lies in its well-preserved historical center.

Day 2: Lima - Cusco, Peru

After a free morning, we'll transfer you to the airport to take your flight to Cusco. Settle in and explore the fascinating streets of this former capital of the Incan Empire.

Free morning and transfer to Cusco (B)
Enjoy the morning free to explore the city on your own. In the afternoon, our driver will pick you up from your hotel's foyer and will transfer you to the airport to take your flight towards the imperial city of Cusco - the historic heartland and former capital of the Incan Empire (flight is not included). Our driver will welcome you at the airport and will transfer you to your hotel. Cusco is a favorite destination of many visitors to Peru. As you wander the streets and side alleys of the city you will witness the perfect tapering Inca stonework that provided the foundations for many of Cusco's colonial and modern buildings. The city itself is the continent's oldest continuously inhabited city and was the home of the Inca Empire for two centuries before the Spanish built their first capital here. Today, Cusco is a fascinating combination of both cultures. Take the time to acclimatize to the city's 3450-metre high (11,150 ft) altitude and explore the many Baroque churches and ancient temples that dot the city.

Day 3: Cusco, Peru

Enjoy a free day in Cusco to explore the city on your own. In the afternoon, there's a mandatory briefing for your upcoming trek where you'll get detailed information to get you prepared!

Free Day in Cusco (B)
Enjoy a free day in Cusco to explore the city on your own. We recommend visiting some of Cusco's main attractions, as well as its lesser-known sights such as the Qoricancha temple, San Pedro market, the main square, the 12 Angled Stone, Regocijo Square and San Blas Square. In the afternoon, you will have a mandatory briefing on your trek. At this meeting, you will receive detailed information on the route, a list of what to bring, confirm your pick-up service and be able to ask questions.

Day 4: Cusco - Wayllabamba Camp, Peru

We'll pick you up early and transfer you to Ollantaytambo where you can grab breakfast. Then you'll start the Inca Trail trek, trekking for 10km before you reaching Wayllabamba camp (2,980m).

Ollantaytambo and trek to Wayllabamba Camp (L/D)
Accommodation pick-up is between 05:00-06:00hrs. Please make all of the necessary preparations one day prior to the trek. You will be taken by bus to the town of Ollantaytambo, where you will have an hour to eat breakfast on your own and purchase last-minute snacks, water and walking sticks. Then you will hop back on the bus to Piscacucho (KM 82) where the famous Inca Trail journey will begin. Bring your original passport, student card (if applicable) for the first Inca Trail checkpoint. Your guide will have your tickets for you. Hike along rolling hills in the Vilcanota River Valley passing by several small archaeological sites along the way. Lunch will be prepared half-way and you will have time to relax before reaching Wayllabamba camp (2,980m).
Trekking: 10 kilometers / 6 hours
Difficulty: Moderate trek along a rolling path gradually ascending from Piscacucho KM 82 (2,570m) through the Urubamba river valley for 10 KM to reach Wayllabamba Camp (2,980m). NOTE: You will have a guide during the trek and on the Machu Picchu tour. However, during your bus and train transfers you will not be accompanied by a guide.

Day 5: Wayllabamba Camp - Pacaymayo Camp, Peru

Today is the most challenging day along the trail, with a vertical hike of 6 km (approx. 5 hours) to reach Dead Woman's Pass, enjoying views of nearby snow-capped mountain peaks and roaring waterfalls. Tonight you'll stay in Pacaymayo Camp (3,600m) to enjoy the scenery.

Trek via Dead Woman's Pass (B/L/D)
After an early breakfast around 6:00hrs you will start off on the most challenging day along the trail, with a vertical hike of 6 km (approx. 5 hours) to reach Dead Woman's Pass at 4,215m followed by a 3 km hike down stone steps to reach Pacaymayo camp at 3,600m (approx. 2 hours). Take your time and rest as much as you need, as you will ascend more than 1,200 meters over the course of the morning. Just after you cross Dead Woman's Pass you will be rewarded with spectacular views of nearby snow-capped mountain peaks and roaring waterfalls. Stroll slowly down to Pacaymayo Camp (3,600m) to enjoy the scenery. Arrive in time for lunch and a well-deserved nap. Then you will have the rest of the afternoon to enjoy the camp before dinner and an early bedtime.
Trekking: 10 kilometers / 7 hours.
Difficulty: Difficult trekking day starting at Wayllabamba Camp (2,980m) with a constant and demanding ascent of 6.4 KM to Dead Woman's Pass (4,215m), an elevation gain of 1,200 vertical meters. Descend another 2.4 KM along a stone staircase to reach Pacaymayo Camp (3,600m), a decrease in elevation of 800 vertical meters.

Day 6: Pacaymayo Camp - Winayhuayna Camp, Peru

Visit the Pacaymayo archaeological site then continue to Runquracay Pass (3,950m). Visit 2 more archaeological sites called Sayacmarca and Phuyupatamarca. You'll then reach Winayhuayna High Jungle camp (2,650m) for the night.

Trek via Runquracay Pass (3,950m) (B/L/D)
Start with a one-hour hike uphill to visit the Pacaymayo archaeological site. Continue one hour to Runquracay Pass (3,950m) where you can summit the mountain for incredible views of surrounding peaks. Visit 2 more archaeological sites called Sayacmarca and Phuyupatamarca with your guide and have lunch along the way. By late afternoon you will reach Winayhuayna High Jungle camp (2,650m) set above a river valley in a high jungle climate. After dinner, say a big THANK YOU to your porters and guides.
Trekking: 15 kilometers / 9 hours
Difficulty: Moderate ups and downs along ancient Inca stairways for 15 KM from Pacaymayo Camp (3,600m) crossing over Runquracay Pass (3,950m) ending at Winayhuayna High Jungle Camp (2,650m) with breaks at scenic archaeological sites along the way

Day 7: Winayhuayna Camp - Cusco, Peru

Today, you'll hike up to the Sun Gate to catch the first glimpses of light over the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu. You'll then take a 2-hour guided tour of Machu Picchu then begin your journey back to Cusco.

Trek to Sun Gate and Explore Machu Picchu (B)
Wake up between 3:30 and 4:30hrs and have breakfast. Get on the trail early and head to the Winaywayna checkpoint, joining the lineup to wait for the gate to open at 5:30 am. Once the gate opens, hike about an hour to reach the Sun Gate. We'll keep our fingers crossed for a clear day! Catch the first glimpses of light over the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu, a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. Then continue down the final length of the trail for 40 minutes to reach the Machu Picchu archaeological complex.
Trekking: 7 kilometers / 2 hours
Difficulty: Follow an easy, flat and narrow 7 KM path from Winayhuayna High Jungle Camp (2,650m) to the Sun Gate (2,720m) and finally descend into the archaeological site of Machu Picchu (2,400m)
Visit this magical site on a 2-hour guided tour and learn about the history of this incredible Inca citadel. Afterwards, you will have free time to explore on your own and take pictures at your leisure. If you're feeling adventurous, take an optional trek to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain (must be booked in advance). Return to Aguas Calientes from where you will catch a train to Ollantaytambo. From Ollantaytambo, you will take a bus back to Cusco, arriving back by 8:30pm. You will be dropped off late in the day at the Plaza San Francisco. Please make your own way back to the accommodation of your choice. Optional Activities: Choose to take an optional hike up the steep Huayna Picchu peak or Machu Picchu Mountain. Tickets must be purchased at least 2 weeks in advance and are subject to availability. Please send us an email if you are interested.

Day 8: Cusco, Peru

At the appropriate time, our driver will pick you up at the hotel's foyer and will transfer you to the airport. Safe travels onwards!

Drop-off at Cuzco Airport (B)
At the appropriate time, our driver will pick you up at the hotel's foyer and will transfer you to the airport. Safe travels onwards!


Vad ingår?

Extra utgifter på plats
No Local Payment


7 night(s) accommodation included

Lokal transport

  • Transport as per itinerary
  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodation pick-up in Cuzco to start the trek
  • Regular bus service Cusco - KM 82
  • Regular bus ticket Machu Picchu - Aguas Calientes
  • Regular train ticket Aguas Calientes - Ollantaytambo
  • Regular bus ticket Ollantaytambo - Cusco


  • 6 Breakfast(s)
  • 3 Lunch(es)
  • 3 Dinner(s)

Mer information

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS: Single travelers will share a room with another traveler & couples will have a private room.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This hike is demanding, it’s important to be in good physical condition. The Inca Trail elevation changes make the hike strenuous as there are three passes during the hike and you will have 1950 meters of uphill and 2250 meters of descent.

SUGGESTED PACKING LIST: Bring or Rent in Cuzco: hiking poles, rain pants, rain poncho, trekking boots, sandals, warm socks, sweater, thermals, hat, gloves, sun hat, sun block, sun glasses, flashlight/torch, camera, extra batteries and memory card (there is limited to no electricity available during the trek), waterproof bags for your camera, hand sanitizer, personal first aid kit, water bottle. Bring extra cash for snacks, water, gatorade which doubles or triples in price along the trail.

DON'T FORGET THE ESSENTIALS: Original passport, visa (if applicable), insurance card, personal medications.

Typical Meals on the Trek

On all of our Treks to Machu Picchu we search for great cooks who provide you with the best tasting meals on the mountain, with specialty menus and the freshest local ingredients available. Here is an idea of what you will be eating during your trek. Vegetarian Option Available Upon Request (please advise at least 2 days in advance).

BREAKFASTS: Hot porridge, quinoa or oats, fried eggs, omelet or pancakes with fresh bread, fried bananas and boiled water for hot tea, coca tea, coffee, chocolate and milk.

LUNCH & DINNER: First Course: Quinoa, corn, noodle, asparagus, mushroom or vegetable soup, stuffed avocado or potatoes. Second Course: Chicken breast, beef stew, quinoa, fried rice, hamburgers, fried chicken, spaghetti bolognese, typical dishes: aji de gallina (chilli pepper chicken), escabeche de pollo (marinated chicken) or ajiaco de olluco (spicy potato stew). Desserts: Fried plantains, chocolate pudding, chocolate or vanilla cake and boiled water for hot tea, coca tea, coffee, chocolate and milk.

SNACKS: Boiled water for hot tea, coca tea, coffee, chocolate and milk with popcorn, cookies, crackers.

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