Before taking this tour you must know about the new regulations created
to minimize impact on the fragile environment of the Machu Picchu
Sanctuary, now days only 500 people in total including guides, cooks and
porters on the classic Inca Trail, the shorter Inca Trail and the
Salkantay trek 7 days are allow to enter in Machu Picchu though the Inca
We advise you to book early (at least 90 days in advance is recommended)
to secure your spot.
On the other hand, you must have the following information to reserve as
in your passport and from each participant in your group:
*Trek departure date:
*Prior arrival date in Cusco
*Name (as in your passport)
*Special Food Requirement
*Gender: Male / Female
*Student with ISIC card: No / Yes
*Accommodation in Cusco (Address and Phone Number)
Important: Take note that once your spot is
reserve and confirmed is non refundable neither allow to do any
modifications like names, passport numbers or so.
We appreciate your cooperation in this fact as we work with the new
Briefing the night before the departure
DAY 1: CUSCO – MOLLEPATA – MARKOKASA
At 9:00 am we drive to Mollepata to begin the journey. By our private
bus, we pass the towns of the Anta Plains (Izcuchaca, Zurite, and
Ancahuasi) and then enter the Limatambo valley, in which we can
appreciate the ruins Tarawasi. In Mollepata we begin the hike, and camp
DAY 2: MARKOKASA – CHOQUEKICLLA – SORAYPAMPA
From Choquekiclla we can see Salkantay Humantay Mountains, at whose feet
we camp at about 4000 masl.
DAY 3: SORAYPAMPA – PAMPA JAPONESA – CANAL INCA
Today we pass close under Salkantay, then descend to the Inca Canal from
where we can see lovely geography below us.
DAY 4: CANAL INCA - TRES PIEDRAS – LLULLUCHAPAMPA
We begin the hike towards Paucarcancha, down the Cusichaca valley to
Llulluchapampa, also known as Inkaracay.
DAY 5: FIFTH DAY: LLULLUCHAPAMPA – PAKAYMAYU – SAYACMARKA
We begin the ascent to the high pass on the Inca trail, called
Warmiwañuscca, 4200 m, then drop into Pakaymayu, and camp in Sayacmarka.
DAY 6: SAYACMARKA – PHUYUPATAMARCA – WIÑAYHUAYNA
We drop into the high jungle and see some lovely new trees and animals,
along with the stunning series of palaces that make up the Inca Trail
DAY 7: WIÑAYHUAYNA – MACHU PICCHU – CUSCO
We reach Machu Picchu, one of the world’s greatest archaeological
treasures, our guide we’ll take us for a guided tour of the site, in the
afternoon we’ll take the train back to Cusco.
-Professional English/Spanish Speaking guide.
-Transportation to the begin of the trail
-Entrance Ticket to Inca Trail and Machupicchu
-Double Occupancies tents
-Camping equipment: Bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dinning tent, stools,
tables and comfortable mattress.
-Porters for our customers (Max. 10 Kilograms for person)
-Horses and Mules for the Salkantay trekking part
-Coffee brakes , in the afternoons
-All meals during the Trek (Not included the first breakfast, & the last
-First Aid kit
-Train back to Cusco ( Vistadome).
Note: We will use the Bathroom and Shower tents only for the Salkantay
part, for the Inca Trail part won't be possible because of the INC
-Personal Sleeping Bag
-Back Pack and Day pack
-Rain coat / poncho
-Water bottle, flash light, hat, sun block, sunglasses
-Light clothes and warm clothes
-Chocolates, candies or other snacks
-Photo Camera + Films , Binoculars
Note: To apply to this discount It is necessary to send us your
scan copy ISIC (International Student Identity Card) with your
Without this copy we will not be able to make the discount.
This is the ONLY Student card to
apply the discount
When booking a trek: The government has
strictly limited the number of people permitted on the Inca
Trail during 2009 (permits are issued to about 200 trekkers per
day plus 300 porters). We recommend that you make a trek booking
as early as possible. In 2008 the trek permits for some dates
sold out more than 4 months in advance!! However don't make a
booking until you have all the group details (names, passport
numbers, ages etc) and you are sure about your trek departure
date since "these details cannot be changed after we have bought
your trek permit"
* Participants need to be in good physical health and condition
it is good for travelers who are in condition to hike up to ten
hours, with breaks in a single day to enjoy the Inka Trail. The
trekking will be difficult if you have not exercised regularly
before your trip. To fully enjoy an Inka Trail adventure, we
advise passengers to get into an exercise program for their own
safety and enjoyment. If a passenger suffers from any medical
condition, we advise him/her to consult a physician about
joining an Inka Trail Expedition.
Take only the necessary items for the trek, You can leave the
rest of your luggage at your hotel in Cusco (most of hotels and
hostals has an storage rooms to keep it until your return)
Park authorities may occasionally designate different campsites
than those indicate The Inca Trail is part of the Machu Picchu
Sanctuary, a protected area of 32,592 hectares. Every visitor
must obey park regulations prohibiting littering, cutting or
damaging trees, removing or damaging stones of ruins and the
Trail, removing plants, killing animals, lighting open fires or
camping in the archeological sites (Only authorized campsites
can be used).
The Vistadome connect your senses through a sophisticated
and sensory travel experience; is the ideal train for those who
want to be in contact with the environment and appreciate the
wonderful journey to Machu Picchu.
Surrounded entirely by glass and wagons with large panoramic
windows offering incomparable scenic views and innumerous
opportunities to capture amazing pictures, Vistadome travelers
feel connected and part of the impressive landscape of Peru.
The Vistadome also has air conditioning and heating, leather
seats that adjust the body to provide comfort and relaxation
during the entire trip and has a different service, which allows
the visitor to be immersed and feel the Andean culture through
its landscapes, music, dance and even food carefully prepared
with local ingredients
If you will take any trek with us. we ask you to fill the
customer chart regarding the commentaries or otherwise you can
inform to the Operations Department.
This is a very important requirement and necessary to do after
take the tour to avoid problems regarding the quality of the
service and help you to resolve it before you leave to your
country otherwise our agency is assuming that all your services
was ok therefore we are not going to accept any claims.
Lima: 998181709 (+51 Calling from abroad)
Fax Number +51 1 2421273
Cusco: 998182455 (+51 Calling from abroad)
946320668 (+51 Calling from abroad)