Adventure

PERU

Best Trekking. Lima – Cusco – Lares - Inca Trail - Machu Picchu -Rainbow Mountain – Lima

14 Days / 13 nights. Private

DAY 1: LIMA

Arrival to Lima. Transfer to Hotel.

Free time in the city.

DAY 2: LIMA

Breakfast

City tour + Gold Museum (5 hours).

The peculiar charm of the colonial past is still present. Plaza de Armas of Lima, Cathedral, Presidential Palace, the Monastery of San Francisco with beautiful cloisters and catacombs will remain forever in your memory. Also we will go through the trendy neighborhoods of Lima, visit the romantic: love park with a statue of a "Couple of Andean lovers" and will enjoy the breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean.

The Gold Museum of Peru and Weapons of the World: It is an archaeological and military museum. Articulates are exhibited mainly in pre-Inca gold, there are adornments of all cultures, such as open nosepieces, embossed, with cut stone flaps, with filigree sets, with figures of birds, men or monkeys, mantles, bracelets, earmuffs and Vicus epilators; lizards, weasels, felines, bags of coca, earrings and cold belts; pectorals with zoomorphic motifs, plain or embossed Chancay crowns; funerary masks, with twisted rays or snakes, from Ica; masks with open and toothed mouths, wristbands, shin guards and Nazca spatulas.

"Weapons of the World" and make a retrospective trip, traveling the world and history: see swords, and daggers, uniforms, spears, revolvers and pistols of various civilizations and changing cultures.

INCLUDES:

- Gold Museum entrances

NOT INCLUDES:

- Lunch and Dinner

DAY 3: LIMA – CUZCO

Breakfast

Transfer from the hotel “La Hacienda” to the airport “International Airport Jorge Chavez”

Flight Lima – Cusco

Transfer from the Cusco airport to the hotel.

City Tour + 4 Ruins

A warren of narrow streets lined by impressive Inca stone walls, Cuzco has a unique atmosphere, redolent of ancient days. This afternoon enjoy a half-day tour of the city, including the Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas and the Koricancha complex. You will also visit the impressive fortress of Sacsayhuaman; the amphitheatre and religious site of Kenko; and the Inca baths and water temple of Tambomachay and its red fortress, Puca-Pucara.

Cathedral of Cusco: It was built between 1560 and 1664 out of large slabs of red granite taken from the Inca construction of Sacsayhuaman. It houses important collections of gold and silver work of the colonial period, elaborately engraved wooden altars and a beautiful collection of oil on canvas paintings from the Escuela Cusqueña.

Koricancha and the Convent of Santo Domingo.- The convent was built on the spectacular Coricancha ‘site of gold’. This was the most important temple dedicated to the worship of the Sun and whose walls were lined with solid sheets of gold. All that remains now is the fine stonework, the conquistadors took the rest. Coricancha was also an observatory, where priests kept track of major celestial events. Today it houses an impressive collection of canvas paintings from the Escuela Cusqueña.

Sacsayhuaman: (which means ‘satisfied falcon’) it is one of the most impressive sites built by the Incas. It is generally referred to as a fortress; however it is not certain what its main function was. Current research suggests that it was more likely to be used as a temple, as Inca tombs have been discovered in the area.

The site is a marvelous archaeological feat, even now after it was destroyed; one can only imagine its greatness when it stood in full glory. The stones in the wall are incredible and the largest weighs in at over 300 tonnes.

The Incas envisioned Cusco as having a puma shape – Sacsayhuaman was the head. The magnificent zigzag walls are the major attraction. The grounds surrounding Sacsayhuaman are still used today for the colorful festival of Inti Raymi which is held on the 24th June every year.

Q’enqo: (meaning ‘zigzag’ or ‘labyrinth’) it contains the most impressive carved rocks in the Cusco area. There are carvings everywhere, although some are a little indistinct: a llama, a condor and snakes have been identified. There are many zigzag channels on top of the rock, probably used for pouring sacrificial chicha (a local wine made from maize). Inside the rock there are a number of caves and passageways and an alter which was used for the sacrifices of llamas.

Puca Pucara: ‘the red fortress’. This is a small site and although the name suggests that it was a fortress, it does not appear to have any defensive purpose.

Tambomachay. This site was thought to have been used as a Temple to the Water. There are some very impressive aqueducts, canals and cascades carved in stone, designed to channel water flowing from a nearby stream.

INCLUDES:

· Entrance Fee to the Qoricancha US$ 4.00

· Cathedral entry fee

Official Tourist Ticket = S/ 130.00 Soles or 40.00 usd prox. (Valid for 10 days to visit 16 sites)

Day 4: CUZCO - LARES VALLEY – WACAHUASI - PATACANCHA

Breakfast

3:30 AM (Pick up) Transfer to the Lares Town. On the way we can appreciate the majestic sacred valley with its fertile lands.

We will arrive at the small Calca Village (2940msnm). Then ascending we will pass through the small villages of Totora and Maucaupata, where the villagers dress in their typical costumes and they are mostly devoted to textiles, agriculture and livestock.

Finally, after a trip of approx. 4 hours, we arrive at Wacawasi (3,800msnm) from where we will start our trekking of about other 4 hours to the Ipsay Cocha lagoon where we can appreciate the beautiful landscape of the mountains.

Lunch and a little rest.

Then, continue with our trek for 3 more hours until the town of Patacancha.

Dinner and Camping in a tent.

INCLUDED:

· Camping equipment

· Mattresses

· Lunch and dinner

DAY 5: PATACANCHA -PUMAMARCA – URUBAMBA

Breakfast

We start a 4 hour approx. to the Archaeological Center of PUMAMARCA. We will have a visit between 1 to 2 hours.

Pumamarca: It is a military structure built during the imperial period of the Incas (ca. 1450 - 1533). It maintains architectural details that show the constructive techniques of the buildings and a powerful defensive wall.

This great archaeological site is composed of a variety of architectural structures: platforms, roads, canals and others, among which the most outstanding are the Qolpas (found in the lower part). It is surrounded by a wall of stepped morphology, and that in certain places have a height of 5 meters. It has views of the Patacancha River and the Yuracmayo River.

Lunch

After lunch, we will take our transport and transfer from PUMAMARCA to "San Agustin La Recoleta Hotel”.

Overnight at hotel.

INCLUDES:

· Breakfast and lunch

DAY 6: SACRED VALLEY

Breakfast

Pick up.

08:00 AM – 17:00 PM Full day to the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

LUNCH

Market of Pisaq and Archaeological complex of Pisaq

Constituted by groups of archaeological remains among which stand platforms, aqueducts, roads associated with walls and portals, channeled water channels, cemeteries, bridges, etc. It covers an extension of 4 square kilometers of surface. On this area are the ruins occupying the hills, they are forming groups of complicated arrangement.

Chincheros: Chinchero has a rich monumental and cultural heritage. It is one of the few places in Cusco that conserve the Inca urban layout in a visible way. Chinchero was founded in the middle of the most beautiful countryside with the purpose of serving as a resting place for the Inca Túpac Yupanqui. The remains of the Inca palace, the colonial church built on stone bases, its impeccable terraces and a colorful Sunday fair are its main attractions.

Urquillos town: It is a welcoming and attractive place for its tourist attractions, such as the Inca terraces, the temple and the colonial haciendas, its viewpoints such as Cori Wayrachina and others.

Urquillos is the world capital of white corn and, to this day, corn of quality is planted.

There are many activities that take place throughout the year, such as sowing, cultivation, harvest, parties, events, etc.

Chincheros: Chinchero has a rich monumental and cultural heritage. It is one of the few places in Cusco that conserve the Inca urban layout in a visible way. Chinchero was founded in the middle of the most beautiful countryside with the purpose of serving as a resting place for the Inca Túpac Yupanqui. The remains of the Inca palace, the colonial church built on stone bases, its impeccable terraces and a colorful Sunday fair are its main attractions.

Salt mines of Maras: Las Salineras de Maras has an impressive saline exploitation complex, located in the area called Qoripujio, at an approximate distance of 4 km from the town of Maras. It has salt mines, which were already exploited since the Incas (time of the Incas) as a means of economic exchange and values. From Maras you can get to visit the salt mines by a bridle path; for the place it is very usual to find animals that carry the sacks of salt extracted from the natural salt pans.

The circular terraces of Moray: Moray is a center of gigantic natural depressions or holes which were used to build (in its contours) terraces or agricultural platforms with their respective irrigation channels. The most important thing is the average annual temperature difference between the top and the bottom of the depressions that difference reaches up to 15 ° C. The biggest hole has a depth of 150 m. and the average height of the platforms is 1.80 m. among them.

Return to hotel.

Overnight

INCLUDED:

· Lunch

· Entrances Maras S/. 10.00 (Ten soles) or usd 3.00 (three dollars)aprox

· BTG s/. 130.00 (One hundred thirty soles or usd 40.00 (forty dollars) aprox, includes Moray.

DAY 7: INCA TRAIL

Breakfast

7:00 A.M Pick up and Transfer in private transportation until Km. 82, where we started the trekking.

On the way, we will visit two archaeological sites, the fauna and flora of the site, from this point we can also observe the snow-capped veronica (waqaywillka).

At afternoon we arrive at the first camp of Huayllabamba,

Overnight in a tent

INCLUDES:

· Lunch

· Dinner

NOT INCLUDES:

· Sleeping bags

· Personal Care Items

· Lunch and Dinner during the last day

DAY 8: INCA TRAIL

Breakfast

Immediately from Huayllabamba we will have an ascent to the highest point of the Warmiwañusqa trip, from where we will have a wonderful panoramic view, and then we will continue the descent towards our second Paqaymayu camp.

Overnight in a tent

INCLUDES:

· Breakfast

· Lunch

· Dinner

NOT INCLUDES:

· Sleeping bags

· Personal Care Items

· Lunch and Dinner during the last day

DAY 9: INCA TRAIL

Breakfast

After that, around 30 minutes of walking we arrive at the archaeological group Runkuraqay. We will have an ascent to the highest point and then descend to the archaeological group called Sayaqmarca.

Then, we continue for another 15 minutes.

Lunch in the Ch'akiqocha sector.

After lunch, continuing we will arrive at the archaeological group of Phuyupatamarca, after contemplating the area we continue descending two and a half hours more until the Wiñayhuayna inka citadel. we appreciate the place and there we spent our last night.

Overnight in a tent

INCLUDES:

· Breakfast

· Lunch

· Dinner

NOT INCLUDES:

· Sleeping bags

· Personal Care Items

· Lunch and Dinner during the last day

DAY 10: INCA TRAIL – MACHU PICCHU MOUNTAIN

Breakfast

5:00 AM, we will continue our journey towards the Inti Punku (door of the sun). The objective of this walk is to appreciate the sunrise and also to have a wide panorama of the Machupicchu Inca citadel.

We continue the walk for an hour more to the historic sanctuary of Machupicchu, where we will have a guided tour in the Machupicchu Mountain.

Machu Picchu Mountain (Old Mountain): It is the summit on which the Inca Citadel is located and which gave it its name. It is located almost 600 meters above Machu Picchu. This summit should have been considered a deity by the Incas.

From the summit you can glimpse all the landscape splendor of the place: the City of Machu Picchu, the Huayna Picchu Mountain, the town of Aguas Calientes, the mountain range of Vilcabamba, the Salkantay Mountain, the Vilcanota River, the Putucusi Mountain and all the greenery that surrounds the scene.

Go down to the Machu Picchu town and free.

The arrival in the village of Aguas Calientes, located at the foot of the mountains near to Machu Picchu.

Overnight in El Mapi hotel.

INCLUDES:

· Breakfast

· Machu Picchu Mountain Entrance.

NOT INCLUDES:

· Lunch and Dinner during the last day

· Bus tickets from Machu Picchu Archaeological Site to Aguas Calientes.

DAY 11: MACHU PICCHU + HAYNA PICCHU MOUNTAIN-CUZCO

04:30 AM. Departure to the Huayna Picchu Mountain with a private guide.

This is a 3 hour round trip trekking.

Returning, we will have a guided visit to the Machu Picchu Citadel, the Lost City of the Incas.

Huayna Picchu (Young Mountain): It served as a surveillance center to Machu Picchu, after receiving territorial threats from adjacent cultures. With the construction of this place, the Incas remained alert to any eventuality or adverse attack they might receive.

At the top of this mountain you can see a lot of constructions near the abyss used for the cultivation of species. From this point you can also observe the Machu Picchu located 400 meters down, the wonderful Urubamba River with impressive green tones and the view of the Temple of the Moon to the north.

Machu Picchu: considered the most powerful energy center of South America. Machu Picchu is the most mysterious of archaeological found of the twentieth century.

Upon arrival, you will participate in a guided tour of the Citadel, visiting the Main Plaza, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Sun Dial (the most important preserved Intiwatana), the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows, houses, warehouses, a large central square; and all connected by narrow roads and steps that are surrounded by terraces cut into the mountain side.

18:10 PM Return from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo by train.

Return in a private transport from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.

Overnight at hotel

INCLUDED:

· Machu Picchu Mountain entrances

· Huayna Picchu Mountain entrances

· Machu Picchu Citadel Entrances

· Train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo

· Private transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cuzco

NOT INCLUDE:

· Bus tickets from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu Archaeological Site. Round Trip.

DAY 12: CUZCO - RAINBOWN MOUNTAIN – CUZCO

In private

06:00 AM: (Pick up) Transfer from Cuzco to Cusipata Town.

Breakfast

Then, we go to the city of "CHILLIHUANI" and we will get into the car to enter for about an hour.

Arrive at the control point and we will start the trekking, it will be approximately 5 kilometers (1 hrs and 30 min.) to visit the wonderful "Rainbown Mountain". We will be there approximately 30 minutes, take a brief explanation and take photos.

Return by the same route and get on our transport, back to the restaurant.

Buffet lunch, which consists of typical Peruvian food.

16:30 PM - 17:00 PM Return to the Hotel in Cuzco.

Overnight at hotel.

INCLUDED:

· Breakfast and Buffet lunch

DAY 13: CUZCO – LIMA

09:30 AM (Pick up) Transfer from the hotel to the Airport.

Flight Cuzco to Lima.

Transfer from the Airport to hotel. Free day.

Overnight

DAY 14: LIMA OUT

Breakfast

Day use at hotel until 18:00 pm

18:55 PM. Transfer from hotel to Airport.

INCLUDES:

- Accommodation

- All ground transportation &transfers

- Air tickets Lima / Cusco / Lima

- Train Vistadome from Machu Picchu

- Guided sightseeing Tours

Lima: Private

- Transfer airport / hotel (with guide), hotel - airport (with guide)

- City. Museum (with Professional & Certified Bilingual Guide)

Cusco:

- Private transport

- Transfer airport / hotel (with guide), hotel - airport (with a guide)

- City tour & 4 ruins (with Professional & Certified Bilingual Guide)

- Sacred Valley: full day incl. Maras, Moray, private

- Lunch in Sacred Valley Full day

- Lares 2D/1N, private

- The Rainbow Mountain ( Altitude 5100 M.S.N.M) of Peru 1 day hike - private

01 ENTRANCE TO Machu Picchu & Huayana PICCHU

01 ENTRANCE TO MACHU PICCHU & MACHU PICCHU MOUNTAIN

Cusco & Ruinas, Sacred Valley: Boleto Turistico (Tourist ticket) + Cathedral and Coricancha entry fee, Maras, Moray Usd 50

- Inka Trail 4D/3N, Shared

Inka Trail includes:

Entrance Ticket to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu Mountain

The following meals: 3 Lunches, 3 Dinners, 3 Breakfasts (Vegetarian Option Available)

Train Ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo

Transfer from Ollantaytambo to Cusco - PRIVATE

Transfer from Cusco to Km. 82 (The Beginning of the Trek) - PRIVATE

Porters to Carry Our Camping Equipment

Chairs and Dining Tables

Tents for 2 Person Occupancy and Mattresses

Roomy Dining Tent

Cook and Assistants

First Aid Kit

A Bilingual Professional Guide Specialized in the Inca Trail

Vistadome Train Aguas Calientes-Ollantaytambo:

Inka Trail not Included:

The Up or Down Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (US $ 26.00)

Personal Care Items

Sleeping Bags

Lunch and Dinner during the Last Day of Inka Trail.

Tips/Gratuities for the Porters and Guide

PRICES NOT INCLUDE:

- Bus tickets from Machu Picchu Archaeological Site to Aguas Calientes

- Meals not mentioned above

- Any item not mentioned previously


IMPORTANT NOTES:

The high altitudes reached on this trip and the amount of walking involved, often on uneven terrain, requires that you be in good physical condition to fully enjoy the trip. We strongly suggest that you consult your physician if you have any concerns regarding your ability to handle these conditions. In order to visit so many of Peru's must-see sights, this tour requires several long bus rides as well as early morning departure times in order to comply with flight and train schedules. Your patience and understanding are appreciated. We recommend that you purchase a travel protection plan to help protect you and your travel investment so you can relax and enjoy your trip with some peace of mind. The travel protection plan we recommend, through Travelex Insurance Services, helps provide coverage for trip cancellation, trip interruption, trip delay, baggage delay, baggage loss and theft, medical expense and evacuation, and more.

VERY IMPORTANT

Please remember that the check in time at the hotels is after midday.

Note:

The programmed route can be changed. The number of trips is not changed.

Lima - Cusco – Inca Trail - Machu Picchu – Cusco

9 days / 8 nights

ITINERARY

Day 1: LIMA

Arrival, reception. Transfer to hotel.

Day 2: LIMA

Breakfast

City tour and Gold Museum half day

The peculiar charm of the colonial past is still present. Plaza de Armas of Lima, Cathedral, Presidential Palace, the Monastery of San Francisco with beautiful cloisters and catacombs will remain forever in your memory. Also we will go through the trendy neighborhoods of Lima, visit the romantic: love park with a statue of a "Couple of Andean lovers" and will enjoy the breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean.

The Gold Museum of Peru and Weapons of the World: It is an archaeological and military museum. Articulates are exhibited mainly in pre-Inca gold, there are adornments of all cultures, such as open nosepieces, embossed, with cut stone flaps, with filigree sets, with figures of birds, men or monkeys, mantles, bracelets, earmuffs and Vicus epilators; lizards, weasels, felines, bags of coca, earrings and cold belts; pectorals with zoomorphic motifs, plain or embossed Chancay crowns; funerary masks, with twisted rays or snakes, from Ica; masks with open and toothed mouths, wristbands, shin guards and Nazca spatulas.

"Weapons of the World" and make a retrospective trip, traveling the world and history: see swords, and daggers, uniforms, spears, revolvers and pistols of various civilizations and changing cultures.

Day 3: LIMA – CUSCO

Breakfast

Transfer to airport. Flight to Cusco.

Arrival at Velasco Astete airport. Transfer to hotel.

Day 4: CUSCO

Breakfast

After breakfast you will explore the city with our City Tour and you willl visit four ruins in Cusco.

A warren of narrow streets lined by impressive Inca stone walls, Cuzco has a unique atmosphere, redolent of ancient days. This afternoon enjoy a half-day tour of the city, including the Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas and the Koricancha complex. You will also visit the impressive fortress of Sacsayhuaman; the amphitheatre and religious site of Kenko; and the Inca baths and water temple of Tambomachay and its red fortress, Puca-Pucara.

Cathedral of Cusco: It was built between 1560 and 1664 out of large slabs of red granite taken from the Inca construction of Sacsayhuaman. It houses important collections of gold and silver work of the colonial period, elaborately engraved wooden altars and a beautiful collection of oil on canvas paintings from the Escuela Cusqueña.

Koricancha and the Convent of Santo Domingo.- The convent was built on the spectacular Coricancha ‘site of gold’. This was the most important temple dedicated to the worship of the Sun and whose walls were lined with solid sheets of gold. All that remains now is the fine stonework, the conquistadors took the rest. Coricancha was also an observatory, where priests kept track of major celestial events. Today it houses an impressive collection of canvas paintings from the Escuela Cusqueña.

Sacsayhuaman: (which means ‘satisfied falcon’) it is one of the most impressive sites built by the Incas. It is generally referred to as a fortress; however it is not certain what its main function was. Current research suggests that it was more likely to be used as a temple, as Inca tombs have been discovered in the area. The site is a marvelous archaeological feat, even now after it was destroyed; one can only imagine its greatness when it stood in full glory. The stones in the wall are incredible and the largest weighs in at over 300 tonnes.

The Incas envisioned Cusco as having a puma shape – Sacsayhuaman was the head. The magnificent zigzag walls are the major attraction. The grounds surrounding Sacsayhuaman are still used today for the colorful festival of Inti Raymi which is held on the 24th June every year.

Q’enqo: (meaning ‘zigzag’ or ‘labyrinth’) it contains the most impressive carved rocks in the Cusco area. There are carvings everywhere, although some are a little indistinct: a llama, a condor and snakes have been identified. There are many zigzag channels on top of the rock, probably used for pouring sacrificial chicha (a local wine made from maize). Inside the rock there are a number of caves and passageways and an alter which was used for the sacrifices of llamas.

Puca Pucara: ‘the red fortress’. This is a small site and although the name suggests that it was a fortress, it does not appear to have any defensive purpose.

Tambomachay. This site was thought to have been used as a Temple to the Water. There are some very impressive aqueducts, canals and cascades carved in stone, designed to channel water flowing from a nearby stream.

Day: 5 INCA TRAIL

Breakfast.

At fixed time, we will transfer you to the bus station to begin the way to Chilca, via Ollantaytambo. At your arrival, the carriers, cookers, and the necessary equipment will be there to start the trekking around the Urubamba River towards to Llactapata. We will camp in Llulluchayocpampa followed by lunch and dinner.

Day 6: INCA TRAIL

After a hot breakfast the trekking continues, crossing a pass of 4,200 meters above the sea level, and the archeological complex of Warmiwañusca, where you can appreciate a marvelous geographic view of semitropical valleys and snow capped . We will arrive at the Wiñaywayna area to camp. Lunch and dinner.

Day 7: INCA TRAIL

Breakfast, at dawn we visit the first Archaeological Complexes of Runcuracay, Sacaymarca and Phuyupatamarca. We will continue the trekking towards the jungle. The walker will arrive at Wiñaywayna .Camping. Lunch and dinner.

Day 8: INCA TRAIL – MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO

We will go early to the “Sun Gate” to appreciate a beautiful dawn. This is the entrance to the wonderful Machu Picchu citadel, walking through the different places accompanied for your guide.

In the afternoon, return to Cusco by train, transfer to the hotel in Cusco. Lodging.

Machu Picchu: considered the most powerful energy center of South America. Machu Picchu is the most mysterious of archaeological found of the twentieth century.

Upon arrival, you will participate in a guided tour of the Citadel, visiting the Main Plaza, the Circular Tower, the Sacred Sun Dial (the most important preserved Intiwatana), the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows, houses, warehouses, a large central square; and all connected by narrow roads and steps that are surrounded by terraces cut into the mountain side.

Day 9: CUSCO

Transfer to airport.

After your excursion you will be transferred to airport Alejandro Velasco Astete.

INCLUDED:

- Accommodation

- All ground transportation &transfers

- Air tickets Lima / Cusco / Lima

- Train Vistadome from Machu Picchu

- Guided sightseeing Tours

Details:

Lima: Private

- Transfer airport / hotel (with guide), hotel - airport (with guide)

- City. Museum (with Professional & Certified Bilingual Guide) - INCLUDE MUSEUM ENTRANCES

Cusco:

- Private transport

- Transfer airport / hotel (with guide), hotel - airport (with guide)

- City tour & 4 ruins (with Professional & Certified Bilingual Guide)

- Inka Trail 4D/3N, PVD

Inka Trail included:

· Entrance Ticket to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu Mountain

· The following meals: 3 Lunchs, 3 Dinners, 3 Breakfasts (Vegetarian Option Available)

· Train Ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo: Vistadome

· Transfer from Ollantaytambo to Cusco - PRIVATE

· Transfer from Cusco to Km. 82 (The Beginning of the Trek) - PRIVATE

· Porters to Carry Our Camping Equipment

· Chairs and Dining Tables

· Tents for 2 Person Occupancy and Mattresses

· Roomy Dining Tent

· Cook and Assistants

· First Aid Kit

· A Bilingual Professional Guide Specialized in the Inca Trail

NOT INCLUDED:

Inka Trail not Included:

The Up or Down Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu (US $ 26.00)

Personal Care Items

Sleeping Bags

Lunch and Dinner during the Last Day of Inka Trail.

Tips/Gratuities for the Porters and Guide

Reservation Policies:

  • Booking of services is subject to availability at the moment of quote and cannot be guaranteed until after receiving the confirmation request and/or down payment.

  • Pre bookings at the hotels will expire on the date informed by our sales representative, we are not responsible for your booking after that date.

Transport and tours / Itinerary changes:

  • Jaguar Aventura Tours could change the itinerary, the confirmed hotel or the departure times on grounds of force majeure, it should be defined in due time with the client and the agency.

  • Jaguar Aventura Tours is not responsible for: airline delays, or other kind of transportation delays out of reach of Jaguar Aventura Tours.