The Best of Inca Trail & Machu Picchu

The Inca Trail is one of the most famous travel experiences in the world. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a hiking trail in Peru that terminates at Machu Picchu. It consists of three overlapping trails: Mollepata, Classic, and One Day. Mollepata is the longest of the three routes with the highest mountain pass and intersects with the Classic route before crossing Warmiwañusqa.

Event COST: SGD3800/Pax (Minimum 6pax for trip to be confirmed)
(Signup in pairs and enjoy $150/Pax Discount each. Signup before 15July2019 for discounted price.)
-Permits need to be secured at least 8months before to the trip. Subjective to availability.

EVENT DURATION: 14Days 13Nights

EVENT DATES: 01May2020 – 14May2020

CONTACT US: WHATSAPP +6592700908

FITNESS LEVEL: Treks to Machu Picchu vary in difficulty and length, but all require a basic level of fitness. In general, you will be trekking anywhere between 10-15km a day, for up to six days on the longer routes.

PAYMENT TERMS:

  • Deposit $300/Pax for booking
  • Second Payment $500 by 31Aug2019
  • Final Payment by 31Oct2019

DETAILED ITINERARY: 

Day 1

Arrival and Airport Pick up by Local Representative.

Lunch

Transfer to Andrade Farm stay Lodge (AFL) in Yanahuara

Dinner in AFL

Accommodation: Andrade Farm stay Lodge

Meals Included – (L, D)

Day 2

Full Day Sacred Valley Tour

Sacred Valley Tours

  • Ollantaytambo
  • – Salineras Salt Mines
  • Moray

Accommodation: Andrade Farm stay Lodge

Meals Included – (B, L, D)

Day 3

Half Day Sacred Valley Tour

Sacred Valley Tours

  • Pisac Handicraft Market
  • Pisac Ruins

Inca Trail Briefing

Accommodation: Andrade Farm stay Lodge

Meals Included – (B, L, D)

INKA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU – CUSCO – 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS

Day 4-(Inka Trail Day 1)

YANAHUARA – KM 82 – AYAPATA Campsite

07.00 Breakfast & Start of Inca Trail

Walking distance 14km
Camp site elevation 3300 meters

Accommodation: Camping

Meals Included – (B, L, D)

Day 5-(Inka Trail Day 2)

AYAPATA – DEAD WOMEN’S PASS – PACAYMAYO – CHAQUICCOCHA Campsite

Walking distance 16km
Campsite elevation 3600 meters

Accommodation: Camping

Meals Included – (B, L, D)

Day 6- (Inka Trail Day 3)

CHAQUICCOHA – PHUYUPATAMARCA – WINAYWAYNA Campsite

Walking distance 10km
Camp elevation 2600 meters

Accommodation: Camping

Meals Included – (B, L, D)

Day 7- (Inka Trail Day 4)

WINAYWAYNA – MACHUPICCHU – AGUAS CALIENTES HOTEL

Walking distance 5 km

Machu Picchu elevation 2400 meters

Meals Included – (B, L)

Accommodation: Hotel in Aguas Calientes

We will provide a complimentary Massage Voucher where you can have a massage after the trek in Mach Picchu Town of Aguas Calientes.

Day 8-AGUAS CALIENTES – OLLANTAYTAMBO – YANAHUARA (AFL)

Your train out of Aguas Calientes will be in the morning, depending on the availability of trains. You will return to Ollantaytambo and then we will transfer you to Andrade Farm stay Lodge by our private transportation.

Accommodation: Andrade Farm stay Lodge

Meals Included – (B, L.D)

Day 9-Free Day in Cusco City

Accommodation: Hotel in Cusco

Meals Included – (B)

Day 10-Full Day Cusco City Tour

Breakfast

–           Sasayhuaman

–           Quenko Puka Pukara

–           Tambomachay

  • Cusco Cathedral
  • Religious Art Museum
  • Church of San Blas
  • Regional History Museum

Accommodation: Hotel in Cusco

Meals Included (B, L)

Day 11-RAINBOW MOUNTAIN (FULL DAY)

03.50 Bus Ride to Rainbow Mountain

Accommodation: Hotel in Cusco

Meals Included (B, L)

Day 12- CUSCO TO PUNO

Tours to 3 Sites of

  • Raqchi
  • Andahuaylilas
  • Puka Pukara
  • Sicuani for lunch

Accommodation; Hotel in Puno

Meals Included (B, L)

Day 13-ISLAND TOUR – UROS ISLAND, TAQUILE, LAKE TITICACA

0800 Breakfast and transfer to boat pier

Maximum Altitude: 4150 msl

Distance Traveled: around 3 hours in boat so bring some water and snacks

Accommodation: Hotel in Puno

Meals (B, L)

Day 14

08.00 Breakfast

Airport transfer from Juliaca to Lima

On the way to Airport we will stop at Sillustani Ruins

Meals (B)

End of your tour and we wish you a pleasant journey.

Itinerary can be changed following the time and natural conditions during the trip

WHATS INCLUDED:

PROFESSIONAL GUIDES: All our trek gurus studied English and Tourism at University. They all grew up in this region and have a true passion to teach others about their heritage. They are all a lot of fun to be around but know when they need to be professional and will always look after you to make sure you are safe and happy – enjoying the trail.

PERMITS: As soon as we receive your details and deposit, if permits are still available with the government office, we will purchase your permits for you. These permits are for a specific date and in your name and can’t be changed once confirmed. Only your passport number can be updated. The permit includes entrance to Machu Picchu.

BRIEFING: The night before your trek, you will come to our office for your briefing with your trek gurus It is at the briefing that you will receive your duffel bag that will be with the trek crews while you hike. This bag should not exceed 7kg/14 lbs. and does need to include your sleeping bag and air mattress.

PORTERS: We include your personal trek crew who is responsible for carrying your duffel with your personal items. There is no additional fee for this. We will give you your duffel bag at your briefing the night before and this should be filled with the things you need for night and the next day. You will not have access to your duffel until your evening campsite.

HOTEL: The trek will include 3 nights of camping along the Inca Trail and 1 night in a hotel in Aguas Calientes, the town below Machu Picchu.

TRANSPORTATION: All your transportation is included in this trek.

EQUIPMENT: We use 4 man, tents that only need to be shared by 2 people. This allows some room to spread out and keep your duffels safely with you. You will have a spacious dining tent to enjoy your meals.

FOOD: Our trek chef is trained to prepare international cuisines including Asian cuisines. They make good “gourmet” dish. We honor all food restrictions – please remind your trek gurus at the beginning of the trek. Food is served buffet style and there will be plenty of options for everyone – and always food left over.

You will enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner each day of the trek along with a tea break of some tea and snacks. You will also be provided a snack each morning for you to bring with you and enjoy along the hike. Your last meal with your fantastic trek chef will be after lunch on Day 4, dinner will be an included restaurant. Lunch the last day is not included.

WATER: Beginning from your first lunch until your last breakfast, will supply all the water you need for your trek. This water will be boiled, filtered and then cooled down before distributing. You must supply your own water bottles or camelback and we recommend carrying about 3 liters. We will refill at each meal and encourage you to drink as much as possible as you hike. Hydration is key to feeling great in the mountains.

FIRST AID: Your safety is our number 1 concern. All our trek gurus are trained and re-trained with a medical doctor. They all will have first aid kits and full oxygen tanks in case anything happens. We will get you off the trail as quickly and comfortably as possible, if needed and will make sure you get directly to a clinic for treatment. This is not something to worry about – but if something happens, we will be there for you.

EXTRAS: Every ATC  trekker will be provided with a small pillow to sleep with, an air mattress to insulate them from the cold ground, a warm blanket and an ATC/YMA daypack  to protect their things while hiking, a rain poncho, a good insulated sleeping bag and 2 trekking poles will be provided. This will help you lessen loads of your luggage from traveling from your country.

DAYPACKS:  We do provide an ATC/YMA Daypacks. Machu Picchu will not allow you to bring in a bag larger than 25L so if you have other large backpack it will need to be stored before your tour. Only essentials while trekking are needed to be on your back: water, snack, camera, sunhat, warm layer, rain layers, insect spray. 

NOT INCLUDED:

HUAYNAPICCHU: Huaynapicchu is the mountain that stands next to the magnificent Machu Picchu and has beautiful views from the top of Machu Picchu from above. It takes 45 minutes to get to the top and then 45 minutes back down and is quite steep for those scared of heights. This is done after your tour of Machu Picchu and is $68 per person to hike. This is extremely popular and needs to be arranged at least a month or two prior to your trek. Since you are hiking the Inca Trail, you will experience a similar view from the Sun Gate – but slightly less dramatic.

HEADLAMPS: It is strongly encouraged to bring a headlamp for your night camping. There will be no lights at the camping site and hard to get to your dining tent or bathroom without. Flashlights are ok if you don’t have a headlamp, but not as easy to use when you are changing for bed in your tent.

PACKING LIST: We do have a suggested packing list.  One wicking t-shirt, fleece and hiking/yoga pants is all you need for the hike and then something lovely for Machu Picchu day and pajamas. Please remember strong insect repellant needed for the ruins. Your passport always needs to be on you – you will need to enter the trail, the citadel and the train. Please also bring your customs card you received on the plane to the office.

FLIGHTS: Flights do need to be arranged on your own and flying to Cusco. Delays are often inevitable, and it is not uncommon that flights are cancelled for no reason. Please make sure you arrive in the city at least 2 days before your trek start date. LAN Peru is the most reliable airlines to fly between Lima and Cusco, however Avianca and Peruvian Airlines are good companies as well, so make sure your flight is not until the next day when leaving Cusco.

HOW MANY DAYS IN CUSCO BEFORE YOUR TREK: There are no set rules to how many days you need to be in Cusco, but it is highly recommended to spend at least 2 days in the mountains before you start any trek. This can be in Cusco or our lodge in Sacred Valley but resting in the mountains and allowing your body to adjust slowly is the key to successfully and comfortably doing any trek in the Andes.

GRATUITIES: We always make sure our crew is well taken care of with a proper wage, but tipping is always appreciated. This should be based completely on your satisfaction. Although it may not be customary to you, it is of considerable significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels.

PRICE EXCLUDES:

– International/Domestic Flights

– Visa to Peru

– Personal Expenses

– Meals other than specified in the itinerary

– Personal Medication

– Tips for Guides/Driver/Porter 

 TERMS & CONDITIONS: https://sgtrek.com/terms-conditions/

For any queries related to the event do contact below person:
Phone: +65 92700908 (WhatsApp)
Email : contact@sgtrek.com

This trip is organized by: 
SGTREK PTE. LTD.
Reg. No. 201816267K
STB License No. 03160

Address: 28A, Kandahar Street
Singapore 198889
Email: contact@sgtrek.com
WhatsApp: +6592700908
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