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Short Inca Trail Hike to Machu Picchu 7 Days

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Experience the wonders of Peru’s ancient Incan Empire on this popular highlights tour that includes one day on the famed Inca Trail. Wander Cusco’s cobblestone streets, bustling markets and enchanting temples, experiencing the vibrant traditional culture of this Andean city. Visit the impressive Sacsayhuamán ruins and Pisac, explore rural Andean pathways in the Sacred Valley town of Ollantaytambo. Spend a challenging day hiking to Wiñayhuayna and along the Inca Trail, entering Machu Picchu through the famed Sun Gate. This seven-day tour offers travelers an opportunity to experience Peru’s fascinating historical and cultural landscape with an additional adventure on the Inca Trail.

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Group or Private


Trekking, Cultural and Adventure


Up to 8






7 Days


Day 1:  Arrival in Lima

Arrival in Lima and overnight at the Wyndham Costa del Sol Inn, strategically placed across the road from the air terminal. Get comfortable for a soothing night before your Peruvian experience starts.

Day 2: Arrival in Cusco

Emerge early toward the beginning of today to get your short trip to the Andean city of Cusco. History wakes up along Cusco’s wandering cobblestone roads, where Quechua-speaking relatives of the Incas fill the brilliant business sectors and courts. Investigate antiquated sanctuaries and frontier-period chapels. In the early evening, you’ll visit Cusco’s biggest outdoor market as well as the adjoining witches’ market. Your aide will acquaint you with extraordinary nearby food sources before your visit through the Middle for Customary Materials in Cusco, a Peruvian association devoted to saving old winding around customs (in the event that meeting the Sacred Valley on a Sunday, you will visit the Chinchero focus all things being equal). Settle at your hotel to rest before the upcoming further investigation of Cusco.

Day 3: Cusco Exploration

Today you can explore with your guide or all alone. You can visit the places of worship and encompassing remnants, for example, the colossal Sacsayhuamán ruins that ignore Cusco (these remains feature building blocks the size of pickup trucks). You can meander through the clamoring Square de Armas in the core of Cusco, search for adoration mixtures in the nearby business sectors, or individuals watch from the bistros and eateries that line these wonderful roads. For those overflowing with energy, horseback riding, mountain trekking, or even whitewater boating (Class III-IV) can be sorted out. The night is yours to take in a portion of Cusco’s changed and energizing nightlife. There will be live music and phenomenal food proliferate.

Day 4: Sacred Valley

Today you will wander into quite possibly Peru’s most gorgeous locale: the Sacred Valley. This fruitful valley once framed the core of the Incan Realm, and its general valleys and transcending mountains make certain to wonder even the most prepared explorer. Your visit today is adaptable and will rely basically on your own advantages, market days, and the climate. Test your dealing abilities at a portion of the valley’s extraordinary material business sectors, climb to the captivating vestiges of Pisac, find out about Incan farming trial and error at Moray, or meander to the sometimes visited pre-Columbian salt mines in Maras. Your day will eventually finish in the notable town of Ollantaytambo.

Day 5: Inca Trail Hike

Toward the beginning of today board an early train headed for Aguas Calientes at the foundation of Machu Picchu. Land after about an hour at Trail Marker 104, where you will hike for around 3 hours to Wiñayhuayna. This is a difficult climb that breezes slantingly up the side of the gully, moving around 2,300 feet to a height of 8,366 feet. Stop for an outing lunch and a short visit to the Wiñayhuayna ruins. In the wake of investigating the site, you will join the renowned Inca Trail, climbing for around 2 hours to the popular Sun Door (Inti punku), where you witness staggering views of Machu Picchu and the encompassing mountains. Go on down toward the remains for a directed visit through this noteworthy site.
Join the buses down the mountain to the town of Aguas Calientes. Go through your night attempting one of the numerous superb nearby eateries or unwinding with an absorb the natural aquifers. Short-term in Aguas Calientes at the foundation of Machu Picchu.

Day 6: Return to Machupicchu /Cusco

Explore the remains further with your aide, finding out about the old practices and customs of the Incan Domain. For those searching for a more dynamic morning, you can pick to climb the sacrosanct pinnacle of Huanya Picchu. You can also hike the pleasant disregard of Machu Picchu Mountain. Get back to Cusco this midday for one last night in Peru. Let us know whether you would like help organizing climbing licenses for now – these are excluded and sell out ahead of time.

Day 7: Fly Lima / Return Home

Fly to Lima for your return flight home or expand your visit. You can choose between a visit to the Amazon or to Lake Titicaca gain over embroideries in Pisac. A stroll outside of what might be expected in the country Andes. This simple-paced extended Peru trip is ideal for anybody with a feeling of interest and experience.

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