Lares Valley Inka Trail

$695.00

The Tour includes
  • Transport Cusco – Huaran starting point of the Lares Valley Inka Trail
  • Entrance to the Lares Valley Inka Trail and Machupicchu Inka City
  • Profesional tour guide in adventure tourism, assistant tour guide for the group if is larger than 07 passengers
  • Cooks
  • Muleters, horses to transport the camping equipment and personal luggage
  • Food (optional vegetarian), 04 breakfasts, 04 snacks, 04 lunchs, 03 tea times (cookies, popcorn, milk, coffee, tea, mates, chocolate. etc), 03 dinners at the campsite, 01 dinner restaurant Aguas Calientes
  • Camping equipment, bedroom tents, bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dining tent
  • Hot water in lavatories for personal use, boiled water to drink
  • Tables, benches
  • Transport Lares to Ollantaytambo
  • Train Ollantaytambo – Machupicchu
  • Hotel in Aguas Calientes Town 4th day
  • 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
  • 5th day lunch
  • Sleeping bag (you can rent in Cusco)
  • Tips
  • Trekking stick (you can rent it in Cusco)
SKU: VL2019 Category:

Description

Machupicchu 5 Days & 4 Nights

1st Day
Cusco – Pisaq – Calca – Huaran – Canchacancha

Pick up from the hotel very early to go to Calca city passing through Pisaq, Calca and arrive to the community of Huaran where we meet with the muleteers staff and begin the walk ascending for approximately 3 hours and arrive to the lunch place in Huaran and then continue climbing for approximately 2 hours to reach the camping place of Canchacancha where we spend the night.

2nd Day
Canchacancha – Pachacuteq Pass – Kiswarani

This day after breakfast we start the trek for approximately 3 hours until reach the Pachacuteq Pass which is at 4,800 meters above sea level and then begin to descend for approximately 2 hours and have lunch in the lagoon with a nice view and then continue the trek for approximately 3 hours and arrive to Kiswarani where we camp and spend the night.

3rd Day
Kiswarani – Cunkani- Lares Thermal Baths

This day we start the hike for 3 hours up and arrive to the Cunkani pass from where we can appreciate many lagoons and the amazing landscape of the mountains and then descend for about 3 hours and arrive at the lunch place in the community of Cunkani and then continue the hike for about 3 hours and reach the Lares Thermal Baths where we camp and spend the night.

4th Day
Lares Thermal Baths – Calca – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes Town

After breakfast we board the bus to go to the Totora open and then start a walk for approximately 2 hours where we can see some Inkas and pre Inkas tombs on the way and arrive at the lunch place, and then board the bus that will transport us to Ollantaytambo where we will take the train to Aguas calientes Town where we spend the night in the hotel.

5th Day
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
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Waterproof trekking boots
  • Flips flops
  • Short or long sleeve t shirts
  • Wool socks
  • Water bottle or canteen
  • Lantern
  • Photographic camera
  • Personal medications suggested by your doctor
  • Trekking stick
  • Extra money (personal expenses and tips for the staff: muleteers-cooks-guides)

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