Inka Trail Choquequiraw 9 Days
The Tour includes
- Transport Cusco – Chiquiska starting point of the Inca Trail Choquequiraw
- Entrance to the Inca Trail Choqueiraw and Inca city of Choquequiraw, entrance to the Inca city of Machu Picchu
- Profesional tour guide in adventure tourism, assistant tour guide for the group if is larger than 07 passengers
- Muleters, horses to transport the camping equipment and personal luggage
- Food (optional vegetable), 08 breakfasts, 01 breakfasts in the hotel in Aguas Calientes town, 08 snacks, 08 lunchs, 07 tea times (cookies, popcorn, milk, coffee, tea, mates, chocolate. etc), 07 dinners
- 01 hotel in Aguas Calientes town day 8th
- Camping equipment, bedroom tents, bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dining tent
- Hot water in lavatories for personal use, boiled water to drink
- Tables, Benches
- Bus up (Aguas Calientes Town – Machupicchu), Bus down (Machupicchu – Aguas Calientes Town)
- First aid kit & oxygen, radio communication
- Therma rest air matras
- Return train ticket (Aguas Calientes Town – Cusco), transfer from the train station Poroy to the hotel
The tour does not include
- 9th day lunch
- Sleeping bag (you can rent in Cusco)
- Trekking stick (you can rent it in Cusco
Machupicchu 9 Days & 8 Nights
Cusco – Tarawasi – Cachora – Capulichayoc – Chiquiska
Pick up from the hotel at 5.30 in the morning to go by bus for 2 hours to the archaeological group of Tarahuasi and make the corresponding visit which is in the Limatambo town and then continue the trip to Capuliyoc for approximately 3 hours where we had lunch and After introducing the whole team (cooks, muleteers) we start with the walk down for approximately 3 hours and arrive to Chikiska camping place and spend the night there.
Chiquiska – Playa Rosalina – Santa Rosa – Marampata – Choquequiraw
This day after breakfast, we start the walk down for approximately 1 hour and arrive at Playa Rosalina from where we begin to ascend for approximately 2 hours and arrive at Rosaspata and take a good rest and enjoy the landscape and then continue ascending for approximately 3 hours and arriving to Maranpata lunch place from where you can see the archaeological group of Choquequiraw in the distance and then continue with the walk for approximately 2 hours and arrive to the Camping place in Choquequiraw where we spend the night.
Choquequiraw – Choquequiraw pass – Pinchaunuyuc
This day after breakfast we start climbing to visit the archaeological group of Choquequiraw for approximately 45 minutes where we have the tour in the Inca city and visiting the sector of the terraces Llamachayoc and after we had lunch in Choquequiraw camping area and continue climbing for about 1 hour and half and arrive at the top of Choquequiraw and from there we descend for about 2 hours and arrive to the camping place in Pinchaunuyuc where we spend the night.
Pinchaunuyoc – Maizales
After breakfast we continue the trek in descent for approximately 2 hours and arrive at Rio Blanco and from that point we begin to ascend for approximately 4 hours and arrive to the camping place in Maizales where we had lunch and spent the night.
Maizales – San Juan pass – Yanama
This day we continue climbing for approximately 4 hours until reach San Juan pass, which is located at 4100 meters above sea level where we had lunch and a very nice view of the snowmountain Choquetacarpo, Saqrayoq, and the vilcabamba range and then descend for approximately 2 hours and arrive to the camping place in Yanama that is at 3500 meters above sea level.
Yanama – Vaqueria – Yanama pass – Totora
We start the hike very early at 5.30 in the morning, starting gradually ascend from Yanama camping place to Vaqueria for approximately 3 hours and then continue ascending for approximately 2 and half hours until Yanama pass which is at 4675 meters above sea level, and then descend for approximately 1 hour and half to the lunch place and then continue descending to Totora camping place at 3450 meters above sea level.
Totora – Collpabamba – Lluscamayu – Playa Sahuayaco – Lucmabamba
We go by bus for approximately 25 minutes to Collpabamba and from this point we walk along the left side bank of Santa Teresa river for approximately 4 hours and reach Playa Sahuayaco and from this point by bus approximately 25 minutes and arrive to Lucmabamba camping place which is at 2000 meters above sea level.
Lucmabamba – Llactapata – Aobamba Valley – Hydroelectric Of Machupicchu – Aguas Calientes
We begin the walk ascending from Lucmabamba camping place anjoing the Santa Teresa Valley for approximately 3 hours and arriving to Lucmabamba pass and from this point descending for 20 minutes to the archaeological group of Llactapata from where you can see the Inca city of Machupicchu by first time and then continue descending for 2 hours and arriving to the hydroelectric of Machupicchu place where we had lunch and then we take the train to Aguas calientes town and spend the night there at 2000 masl.
Aguas Calientes Town – Machupicchu – Cusco
This day after breakfast we take the bus from Aguas Calientes town to the Inca city of Machu Picchu to visit and have the corresponding tour after which you have free time to enjoy the Inca city on your own and return to the town of Aguas Calientes to take the train and return to Cusco city.
We recommend to bring
- Original Passport
- Sleeping bag minus 10 degrees below zero
- Rain coat (plastic)
- Chompa or thick jacket
- Sun protection cream
- Insect repellent
- Waterproof trekking boots
- Flips flops
- Short or long sleeve t shirts
- Wool socks
- Water bottle or canteen
- Photographic camera
- Personal medications suggested by your doctor
- Trekking stick
- Extra money (personal expenses and tips for the staff: muleters-cooks-guides)