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INCA TRAIL TREK - PLATINUM CLASS
(5 Day / 4 Night)

This spectacular trip includes: a personal Massage Therapist for days 1, 2 & 3 of the trek, teas, coffees, beer, wine plus all our award winning ammenities.

Day 1 - Cuzco - K.82 Chilca - Huayllabamba
A mid morning you will be met by our guide and transferred by private bus to the starting point at k. 82. in Chilca. After a short hike you will enter into the National Park at Llactapata where you will be registered and the porters will be adjusted for the proper weights of all the equipment. At one time this was used as utilitarian center of large settlement of farming terraces which probably supplied the other Inca trail sites.( All the camping gear is carried by our staff giving you the time to enjoy the beautiful scenic views. Today you will get your first taste of the environment with all the diversity of plants as you hike along the Cusichaca river then on to Huayllabamba which leads into the Amazon basin. All the camping gear is carried by our staff giving you the time to enjoy the beautiful scenic views like the snow capped peak of Mt Veronica that tops out at 19,200 ft. As you make your way through the most intricate pre-Columbian highway system of the Americas (some say the world) you will continue to the village of Huayllabamba, as a steeper climb takes you through part of a mountain forest & up to the point of Llulluchapampa at ( 12,500 ft.) Here you will get your first glimpse of the Vilcabamba range as you settle in for the day and the camp site will be set by the porters at Llulluchapampa. ( Camp ) ( L/D )

Day 2 - Llactapata - Llulluchapampa
After a early breakfast the most difficult part climb of this Inca Trail is the ( 13,776 ft. ) Warmihuanunca Pass, this point is the highest part of the trip and from here the rest of the trip will be a down hill hike. After a brief moment to catch your breath and take some fabulous photos with your heads in the clouds you will descend into a area known as the orchid zone and continue towards the Inca outpost of Pacasmayo. After time is spent for a healthy lunch you will continue climbing a series of Inca steps and proceed towards the and the ruins of Runcuracay. ( 12,172 ft. ) Today’s camp will be set adjacent to a plateau and a small lake where clouds slumber by and time stands still. ( Camp) ( B/L/D )

Day 3 - Llulluchapampa - Phuyupatamarca
After a crisp fresh awakening to the breeze flowing through the mountains we enjoy the prepared breakfast and give respect to the mother earth for the gifts she bares. A rapid descent takes you through the cloud forest where a variety of flowers and tropical vegetation, mosses & tree ferns escort you to the magical ruins of Winay Wayna. Here there are several baths and newly uncovered terraces.

Day 4 - Phuyupatamarca - Machu Picchu
After a crisp fresh awakening to the breeze flowing through the mountains we enjoy the prepared breakfast and give respect to the mother earth for the gifts she bares. A rapid descent takes you through the cloud forest where a variety of flowers and tropical vegetation, mosses & tree ferns escort you to the magical ruins of Winay Wayna. Here there are several baths and newly uncovered terraces. After a short time here we will continue onward until we continue on to the base town of Aguas Calientes or where we will transfer to the hotel of choice.( B/L/D ) ( NOTE: hotel night not included.)

Day 5 - Machu Picchu - Cuzco
Early morning wake we enjoy the prepared breakfast then proceed to the Mythical site of Machu Picchu. ( You can either board the tourist bus or for the hearty hiker you can proceed by foot.) Apon your arrival to watch the sunrise you will get a magnificent view of the forgotten city of Machu Picchu. As you proceed into the National Park your guide will explain the history and the myths that surround this archaeological wonder. Several ideas or possibilities have been noted of this massive archaeological complex of acropolis proportion. Your guide can as well take you to the the top of Huayna Picchu or a visit to the Inti Punku Pass ( Gate of the Sun ) Time will also be allowed for more exploration and photography of the area. Wether this site was pre Incan, a previous leaders sanctuary for his retirement, maybe a location for the virgins to be separated from the kingdom and used as wives for the Inca rulers or even sacrificial for the gods. It seems that the world will never know. After a time spent visiting the more important locations, you will continue to Aguas Calientes to board the by Expedition or Vistadome train (Hiram Bingham train available on request.)for your return to Cuzco. After your arrival into the Cuzco our staff will meet and transfer you to the hotel of choice.( B ) ( NOTE: hotel night not included.)
Altitudes - Machu Picchu: 2460 meters / 8071 feet; Huayna Picchu: 2532 meters / 8307 feet; Aguas Calientes: 2070 meters / 6791 feet.



  • Availability on the Inca Trail is regulated by the Peru government. CHECK THE 2017 INCA TRAIL AVAILABILITY here or contact us.)




  • 2017~INCA TRAIL AVAILABILITY CALENDER~2017

     




    2017~INCA TRAIL INFORMATION~2017

  • Silver, Gold & Platinum class are Private services, year round. (except February)
  • Platinum services includes: a personal Massage Therapist for days 1, 2, 3 & 4 of the trek, teas, coffees, wine plus all our award winning ammenities.
  • The Bronze Class offered in group daily year round. ( except February )


  • 2017 RATES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE

    Class Days Single Double Triple Quad Group
    Bronze 4 call $919 $829 $789 call
    Silver 4 call $1129 $969 $889 call
    Gold 5 call $1299 $1169 $1119 call
    Platinum 5 call $1889 $1649 $1469 call

    SERVICES & AMENITIES OFFERED
    FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE

    Services Included Bronze
    (4 Days)
    Silver
    (4 Days)
    Gold
    (5 Days)
    Platinum
    (5 Days)
    Daily Departures
    Group Size : Maximum / Minimum 16/2 16/2 16/2 Private
    Average Group Size 8-16 Private Private Private
    Multi-Lingual Guide ( Eng./Ger./Fre./Ita./Jap./Heb./Spa.)
    Professional Chef / Cook
    Porters for Gear (carry tents and cooking equipment)
    *Porters Personal Gear (carry total of 8 kilos or 17.6 lbs.)  
    Massage therapist with daily massage (Day 1, 2 & 3 of trek )      
    Inca Trail Permit $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00
    Sleeping Tents ( 2 guests in each 4 person tent )
    Sleeping Bags Rental $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00
    Sleeping Pads ( 1" & Thermo Rest pads )
    Dining Tents  
    PRIVATE Restroom & Cleaning Facilities. ( Portable ) 
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks. ( 3 full meals per day ) 
    Table & Chair Service.   
    Transfers from Cuzco to k 82 by Private bus. 
    Transfers Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes tour bus. 
    Transfers Aguas Calientes by train to Cuzco. 
    Transfer train station to Cuzco hotel. 
    Single Supliment Fees         

    *DIFFICULTY LEVEL "5-6"
    "NOTE MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR INCA TRAIL"
    The total amount of personal gear carried by the porters can not exceed:
    8 kilos or 17.6 lbs. which includes clothing & *sleeping bag.
    Any excess weight above the personal porters allowed weights you will be responsible to carry. Note: If you choose to rent or bring your own sleeping bag weight is from 1½ - 3½ lbs good for temperatures of 20 degree's and below. When packing for trek, please only bring what you will need for the trek. (minimal clothing/personal necessary items)

  • Availability on the Inca Trail is regulated by the Peru government.
    CHECK THE 2017 INCA TRAIL AVAILABILITY or ... contact us.)

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