2 Pax - $3,380
3 Pax - $2,615
4 Pax - $2,183
5 Pax - $1,867
6 Pax - $1,706
LUXURY INCA TRAIL 4D/3N
We also offer our Luxury Inca Trail experience over five days. For our 4 day trek, please consider your level of fitness to be able to head out very early and cover a long, hard steep downhill on the last trek day with time and energy enough to enjoy a tour of Machu Picchu the afternoon.
The famous 4 day Classic Trail of the Incas leads you through to the awesome original Sungate entrance into one of the new Seven Wonders of the World; the Quechua Citadel of Machu Picchu. Re-discovered for the western world by Hiram Bingham ΙΙΙ in 1911, with the guidance of local indigenous farmers, the Classic Inca Trail is a very popular hike culminating with our full tour of the site.
This is the luxury trek choice for travellers who want to experience all the natural grandeur of this unforgettable route with a touch of refinement. Our luxury trek service will amaze you with outstanding service! We provide massages, top class catering, luxury tents and thick inflatable mattresses. You will arrive at the sungate pampered and well catered for, having dined like Inca royalty. We’ll ensure you’re well looked after to make this a journey to treasure forever!
DAY BY DAY ITINERARY
DAY 1 - CUSCO TO HUALLABAMBA
DAY 2 - HUALLABAMBA TO PACAYMAYO
Maximum Altitude: 4226 masl / 13866 ft.
DAY 3 - PACAYMAYO TO PHUYUPATAMARCA
DAY 4 - PHUYUPATAMARCA TO MACHU PICCHU
Although we didn't do the full 4 day trek to Machu Picchu, we were all really glad to have done the roughly 8 miles one-day hike to Machu Picchu. It was a beautiful hike through cloud forest and past. Incan sites with another delicious and big packed lunch (that was homemade during the night before our hike so it would be as fresh as possible). Seeing MP through the Sun Gate and away from the crowds (and after all the effort to get there) made it extra special.
Machu Picchu is massive and incredible but also extremely crowded. We all appreciated that our first experience of it was from the trek rather than after getting of the bus at the entrance and being surrounded by tons of tourists....
Quechua does a lot more than lead treks and I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a quality experience.
Sleeping bag, liner and pillow.
First aid kit and oxygen bottle.
Kitchen tent and dining tent with camp tables and chairs.
Toilet tent and hot shower.
Towels for showering.
Full body massages to ease aches.
Duffel bags (up to 7Kg/15lbs per person). These are provided by your guide at your briefing.
SERVICES NOT INCLUDED
These discounts are not cumulative
THE DIFFICULTY OF THIS TREK (MODERATE)