Inca Trail 4D/3N
Currently there are several old paths of the Inca, known as the Inca Trail. One of the famous Inca Trail is that leads to Machu Picchu and concentrates 90% of walks that take place in Cusco. This trek is one of the most requested and popular of the Cusco region, to give visitors the opportunity to appreciate the ancient Inca trail that still remains, and to visit the different archaeological groups found along the road.
Cusco - KM. 82 - Wayllabamba
We leave Cusco early in the morning and head to km 82, this place will be the starting point of our trek, and then continue to Wayllabamba (3.000 meters), rather than our first camp.Day 02
Wayllabamba - Pacaymayu
The second day is more difficult because we must climb to 4.200 m which is the step or open Warmihuañusca, the highest point of all this walking, then begin to descend into a valley called Pacaymayu (3500msnn). This point will be a place of our second camp.Day 03
Pacaymayu - Wiñayhuayna
After breakfast we begin our walk up to Phuyupatamarca complex, where you can see the Urubamba valley, this is the best day to enjoy, we can walk the original Inca Trail, and finally Wiñayhuayna (2650), a spectacular ruins complex and place of our last camp.Day 04
Wiñayhuayna - Machupicchu
Just a few hours separate us from Machu Picchu trek so normally it is very early breakfast (4:45), continue to the lookout Intipunku (Sun Gate), where we have a spectacular view of Machu Picchu and all the surrounding landscape around it, then descend to the Inca city for a guided tour of approximately 2hrs, then we have free time to visit other attractions such as climbing the mountain of Waynapicchu. In the afternoon we return to Cusco.
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