Day 1.- Cusco-Mollepata-Markokasa
At 6:00am we began our trip in our private vehicle through the high Andes region of Izcuchaca, Zurite and Ancahuasi to enter the Limatambo valley. Here is where you can see the ruins of Tarawasi and, in Mollepata, begin our trek up to Markokasa where we camp.

Day 2.- Markokasa Choquekiclla Soraypampa
After breakfast, we start the hike from Choquekiclla. On the road you can see Salkantay and Humantay, two snowy mountains and camp in between them. These mountains are more than 4000m high.

Day 3.- Soraypampa Pampa Japanese Inkachiaska
We start after breakfast for an uphill walk, enjoying beautiful landscapes and the lovely flora and fauna. We camp at Inkachiaska.

Day 4: Inkachiaska sisaypampa Inkaracay
This day starts heading toward Paucarcancha. We go down to Cusichaca Valley, Llulluchapampa, also known as Inkaracay, to where our campsite is located.

Day 5: Inkaracay Huayllabamba Pakaymayu
After an early visit to the ruins of Inkarakay, we start to climb Warmiwañuska (4200 meters). Then hiking more, we’ll reach Pakaymayu and in the evening we arrive at camp Sayacmarka.

Day 6: Pakaymayu Sayacmarca Phuyupatamarca
We start our way up to the high jungle seeing the diversity of flora and fauna along with some Incan archaeological sites. Finally we arrive in camp at Phuyupatamarca.

Day 7: Phuyupatamarca Wiñay Wayna Machupicchu
After an early breakfast, we hike to Machupicchu, one of the greatest archaeological treasures of the world. We visit the park for several hours and finally return to Cusco, arriving at 8:20pm.

Our Services Include:

  • Briefing day before the trip.
  • Professional Guide.
  • Private Transport to Mollepata (the beginning of the trek).
  • Entrance Ticket Inca Trail and Machupicchu historical shrines.
  • Bus ticket down from Machupicchu to Aguas Calientes.
  • Accommodations in double-occupancy, 3-4 season tents.
  • Kitchen tent, dining tent and bathroom.
  • Tables and comfortable chairs, mattresses.
  • Cook and assistant.
  • Porter to carry personal luggage (maximum 10 Kilograms per porter).
  • Horses or mules are used for the initial Salkantay stretch, until the start of the Inca Trail.
  • Coffee Breaks every afternoon snacks during the journey.
  • Return train to Cusco (Backpacker Service).
  • Transfers.
  • First aid kit.
  • Oxygen.

Not included:

  • Extra porter.
  • Extra horse.
  • Tips.
  • Entrance fees to hot springs.

Recommend you:

  • Sleeping bags (you can rent it at our office).
  • Small backpack for personal things.
  • Hiking boots.
  • Jacket or poncho for rain.
  • Bottle water, flashlight, hat, sunscreen, sun glasses.
  • Comfortable clothes, socks.
  • Mosquito repellent for.
  • Snack.
  • Camera and video camera (optional).

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