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4 Days / 3 Nights
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Cusco / Sacred Valley
Machu Picchu

Luxury 4 Day Inca Trail Trek

The best experience you will ever have is our Luxury Inca Trail Camping to Machu Picchu that will transport you to the time of the great Inca civilization, where you will explore through the same original trail and rediscover settlements, tunnels and many Inca ruins along it. the way. It is a fact that you will be mesmerized by the constantly changing ecosystems, the surrounding snow-capped mountains and the unique landscapes that perfectly blend nature and history.


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Tour Details

Vacation Style:Trekking, Cultural, Adventure

Holiday type:Luxury

Group size:Private

Activity level:Moderate

Physical ratings
The physical rating gives you an idea of how much physical exertion is required on a particular trip. 

Easy = these trips are a relaxing break. You don’t have to worry about doing anything physically demanding unless you want to.

Soft = Some easy physical activities included in your trip. No physical preparation is required to make the most of the journey.

Moderate = This trip will raise your heart rate. Moderate physical activities are included and a good level of fitness is required.

Challenging = Be prepared for some serious physical activity. The fitter you are, the more you’ll enjoy it, as most activities will be challenging.

Difficult = Our highest physical rating. Get ready for a heart-pumping adventure with plenty of challenges and some extreme conditions. You’ll be required to be seriously fit for this trip as difficult activities are included.



Prepare for the adventure that today will start; walks, efforts, delights, pleasure to start the world’s known Inca Trail; a route that will take you through different and incredible places and histories

Welcome to the breathtaking Luxury Inca Trail. The starting point of the trip in the realm of the Incas is in Piscacucho or Km 82 (2792 mts / 9160 ft) after breakfast or box breakfast. Reaching Km 82 in private transportation will also lead you to Ollantaytambo town.

Our porters and support staff will arrange all the details for this memory. Appreciate architecture, flora and fauna as you reach Tarayoc (2675 m. / 8776.3 ft.) for lunch. Wayllabamba is the final goal where the luxury campsite is set for you to have a hot shower, relaxing massage with essential oils and a delicious dinner served by our cook and a personal waiter. Have a rest in your bedroom tent.

• Trek starting time: 09:30 a.m.
• Arrival at campsite: 16:30 p.m.
• Minimum altitude: Km 82 (2675 masl / 8776.3 ft.)
• Maximum altitude: Wayllabamba campsite (2970 masl / 9744.1 ft.)
• Distance covered: 11 km. / 6.8 mi.
(6 hours approx.)
• Difficulty: Moderate.

Luxury Inca Trail Tours


An intense and spectacular day.  Some extreme effort but with the very amazing views.  Your will have you reward…you will see

Good morning and good breakfast! Let’s continue the path to Ravine of Ayapata (3328 m. / 10918.7 ft., 1.5 hours). A fairytale like forest waits for you. Walk catching your breath and taking pictures until lunch time in the Llulluchapampa campsite (3760 m. / 12335.9 ft.)

Keep admiring and wandering afterwards even in the Warmiwañusca Pass (Dead Woman’s Pass named after its sleeping lady shape). Cobbled steps will surprise you as you reach the final point of the descent to the Pacaymayo Ravine (3500 m. / 11482.9 ft.) Enjoy a luxurious night with a hot shower, massages, a delicate dinner and a peaceful sleep.

• Wake-up time: 05:30 am
• Arrival to campsite: 17:00 pm
• Minimum altitude: Ayapata site (3328 masl / 10918.7 ft.)
• Maximum altitude: Warmiwañusca Pass (4215 masl / 13828.7 ft.)
• Distance covered: 9 km. / 5.6 mi.
(9 hours walking approx.)
• Difficulty: Challenging.
• Meals included: Breakfast, snacks, lunch, tea time and dinner.

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Complexes, roots, routes, ups and downs to continue with the Incas history with its rich culture

Have you ever done yoga in the scenic Andes mountains? After yoga, nourish yourself with breakfast and start a 1 hour hike to the archaeological adventure in Runkurakay. Once you pass the Runkurakay Pass (3955 m. / 12975.7 ft.) the downhill path will lead you by a seaweed-covered lake. Let you puzzle your mind with the story of the Inca town of Sayacmarca (3585 m. / 11761.8 ft.) and Chaquicocha (3535 m. / 11597.8 ft.) and your palate with a gourmet lunch.

Back to the steps, walk for 2.5 hours and find the Phuyupatamarca Pass (3640 m. / 11942.3 ft.), the luxury campsite and even more peace as you relax with a hot shower, massages and dinner.

Before rest, have a toast with the hardworking porters, part of the dream-crafting team. Cheers!

• Wake-up time: 05:00 am
• Arrival to campsite: 16:30 pm
• Minimum altitude: Chaquicocha site (3535 masl / 11597.8 ft.)
• Maximum altitude: Runkurakay Pass (3955 masl/12975.7 ft.)
• Distance covered: 9 km. / 5.6 mi.
(5.5 hours walking approx.)
• Difficulty: Moderate.
• Meals included: Breakfast, snacks, lunch, tea time and dinner.

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After so much effort and hiking, your reward will come; just have this last day hoping to see of the worlds wonder; jus your last effort to see the marvel

The final day you wake up at 4:30 am and follow the sun to your final destination. Arrive at the beautiful Wiñaywayna archaeological site (2650 m. / 8694.2 ft.) and ascend to the sacred Sun Gate or Inti Punku (2750 m. / 9022.3 ft.). This will be your first sight of Machu Picchu Inca citadel (2430 m. / 7972.4 ft).

You will be accompanied by your knowledgeable guide, explaining to you the many secrets of this citadel. Be free to roam at your own leisure. To end your time at Machu Picchu, enjoy lunch at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Hotel and take the bus departing back to Aguas Calientes to your train. Upon arrival, a View Peru representative will collect you and take you to your hotel in Cusco.

• Wake-up time: 04:00 am
• Arrival to Machu Picchu: 11:30 am
• Arrival to Cusco: 21:56 pm
• Minimum altitude: Machu Picchu (2430 masl / 7972.4 ft.)
• Maximum altitude: Intipunku site (2750 masl / 9022.3 ft.)
• Distance covered: 8 km. / 4.9 mi. (5.5 hours walking approx.)
• Difficulty: Moderate.
• Meals included: Breakfast, snacks, and lunch

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Departure & Return Location

Hotel located in Cusco city (Ask for hotels located outside Cusco city)

Departure Time

05:00 AM. Aproximate time, this will be reschedule during the treking orientation.

Price Includes

  • A private, hand-crafted and fully personalized Luxury trek from start to finish.
  • Professional english-speaking tour guide
  • Specialized massage therapists for every camping night (1 for every 4 customers)
  • 03 nights of ultra-luxury camping.
  • 01 Yoga session very early in the morning of third day. (Only at Luxury Grade)
  • All entrance fees and permits required.
  • All meals cooked on the spot by our well-trained chef with fresh ingredients (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner).
  • All overland private transportation for customers.
  • Separated private transportation for our staff members and camping equipment.
  • Private Chef, chef assistant and waiter
  • Fully trained porters hailing from local communities to carry the main luggage (all the equipment and cooking stock)
  • Private extra porter for your personal stuff
  • Duffle bags for your belongings
  • Bedroom tent: Eureka Copper Canyon (maximum of triple use)
  • Air mattress and camping cot.
  • Bed duvets, sleeping bags, cotton sheets, blankets, pillows, cotton and silk robes.
  • Dining tent and chairs: Eureka Copper Canyon, Kingcamp KC 2808 chairs.
  • Porcelain or ceramic crockery, glassware and unique stone or wood plates.
  • Hot Shower Tent: Light Speed including cotton towels for body, face and hands.
  • Portable chemical toilet: Cleanwaste toilet system and toiletries.
  • First aid kit and oxygen bottle.
  • All the required Peruvian taxes (IGV)

Price Excludes

  • Walking sticks (if you request them in advance, we can provide you a pair of standard walking sticks per customer)
  • Extra transportation required along the trek due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • Hotel accommodations.
  • Meals not mentioned.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Personal travel Insurance (highly recommended)
  • Gratuities.

Suggestions & Restrictions

  • Program Schedule: (Please note that the below timings are for referential purposes only and may vary depending on train schedules, your physical condition, pace and unforeseen circumstances)
  • Please consider that our prices from 2 people onward are based on double and triple accommodation, if you would like to have a single tent then the supplement will be of $ 489.00 per person.
  • Train stations and train schedules are subject to availability, also due to rainy season Poroy train station is closed from January to April of each year.
  • The walking sticks are not included, but if you prefer we can arrange to provide you a pair of basic poles (Standard Brand) without any charges; you just need to ask in advance to your travel specialist.
  • If you would like to climb to Huayna Picchu Mountain, please take in mind that is an unguided hike, require an additional cost and involve starting the hike at 03:00 am on the 4th day. If you are interested, please consult with your travel specialist as we need to check availability far in advance.
What to Expect
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    Usefull Information

    Luxury 4-day Inca trail VS 5 days

    When you think of the many ruins in Peru, you probably think first of the monuments of the Inca. But the Inca were not an ancient people — they had established themselves as the dominant culture in Peru for less than a century when the Spanish arrived in 1532. Peru has many layers of human civilization, dating back 12,000 years. Experts and government officials guess that there are around 100,000 sites of archaeological significance in Peru. Around 10,000 of these sites have been excavated. There is still much to uncover.

    Peru is home to some of the oldest cities in the world. Among others in very different locations of the country we have, Sechin, Caral, Chavin, Nazca, Moche, Wari, Sican, Chachapoyas, Chimu and many others

    It is difficult to decide which place or tour is good for all our desires and needs. In this amazing country you will find everything

    But, let’s go to the versus between these two experiences that take away our words

    Inca trail, a centuries-old magnificent achievement of the Inca people as their road system. It is estimated the Inca trails cover a length of 40 000 kilometers; it even surpasses the length of the Andes mountains.

    There is not a significant and huge difference in terms of views and places to see that impact your journey when hiking whichever of the Inca Trail version. The worldwide known Classic Inca trail 4-day hike, and the other 5-day Inca trail hike.

    But whether in 4 days or 5 days, our luxury service, with extreme comfort, will make you have one of the most memorable experiences with a great human team and equipment, that you will not have to ask for anything else and, with the wonderful food that is prepared in the same place every day

    4 days Classic Inca Trail

    Anyone who loves the outdoors should be thinking of hiking the Inca Trail. There’s a reason this multi-day trek tops travelers’ bucket lists. Many people say that hiking the Inca Trail is better than visiting Machu Picchu itself.

    The 4-day trek covers a distance of approximately 42 kilometers and involves hiking for 4 days with the final day being dedicated to exploring Machu Picchu. The trail begins at Km 82, where trekkers cross the Urubamba River and then ascend to the ruins of Llactapata, followed by Dead Woman’s Pass, Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, and Wiñay Wayna. On the fourth day, trekkers wake up early to hike to Machu Picchu and arrive at the Sun Gate in time to see the sunrise over the ruins

    • In these 4 days you see everything but with the most accurate times.
    • You will wake up earlier
    • More effort in the walks because of the times to be fulfilled
    • Fixed camps and sometimes with more tourists around
    • It is considered moderate level hike
    • It is much more requested than the 5 days, so it must be done well in advance.

    5-days Inca Trail

    The 5-day trek covers the same distance as the 4-day trek, but it is spread out over 5 days. This means that there is less distance to cover each day, and trekkers can take their time and enjoy the scenery along the way. The fifth day includes the same visit to Machu Picchu as the 4-day trek.

    • Hiking 5 days, you will wake up late on day 04. But hiking
    • Most tourists of the 4-day Inca Trail miss the Intipata Ruins. However, in 5 day, you will have plenty of time to explore it.
    • On Inca Trail 5 days, you will have time to explore the Wiñaywayna ruins (considered the best Inca ruin of all Inca Trail).
    • You can acclimatize better on the 5-day Inca Trail, because the first campsite is even lower than Cusco City and you hike a short distance on day 01.
    • You have better chance to see Machu Picchu from the Sungate because most the time in the afternoons it is not cloudy
    • Longer lunches stop
    • Camp at less busy camping sites
    • Spend the whole tour out of reach of crowds.
    • Do the down trek section without being harried
    • Reduced trek length to cover each day, compared to Inca Trail 4-day luxury hike
    • Sleep at a real hotel, whether in the same Citadel or in Aguas Calientes town on the fourth night so you take a shower and visit Mapi clean.
    • Better photos to share with friends and family
    • You get more sleep.
    • More time to relax and recover in campsites
    • You visit Machu Picchu at its quietest
    • You will visit Machu Picchu twice

    Recapping, both the 4-day and 5-day Inca Trail treks are great options, and the choice between them depends on personal preferences, physical fitness, and time constraints. If you have the extra day and prefer a more relaxed pace, the 5-day trek might be the better option. However, if you are short on time or prefer a more challenging hike, the 4-day trek might be a better fit.