"Embark on an Epic Adventure: Conquer Salkantay!"
5 Days From $ USD 580.00
"Embark on an Epic Adventure: Conquer Salkantay!"c
5 Days From $ USD 580.00
The Salkantay Trek is a popular alternative route to reach the ancient Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru. It offers a more adventurous and scenic experience compared to the traditional Inca Trail. One unique way to enjoy this trek is by opting for a glamping experience in the Sky Lodge Domes.
The Salkantay Trek itself is a multi-day hiking journey that takes you through diverse landscapes, including snow-capped mountains, high-altitude passes, cloud forests, and lush valleys. It typically takes around 4 to 6 days to complete, depending on the specific itinerary and pace. Along the way, you’ll witness stunning natural beauty, encounter local communities, and learn about the rich history and culture of the region.
The Sky Lodge Domes are an innovative accommodation option located near the village of Soraypampa, which serves as the starting point for the Salkantay Trek. These transparent geodesic domes are suspended on the side of a cliff, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Each dome is equipped with comfortable beds, dining area, and a private bathroom with hot water. Staying in these domes allows you to enjoy the beauty of the night sky while being immersed in the natural surroundings.
Glamping in the Sky Lodge Domes adds an extra touch of luxury and comfort to your Salkantay Trek experience. After a day of hiking, you can relax in the cozy domes, enjoy delicious meals prepared by the staff, and unwind in the peacefulness of the mountains. Waking up to the sunrise and the stunning vistas from your dome is an unforgettable experience.
It’s important to note that the Salkantay Trek, including the glamping experience in the Sky Lodge Domes, requires a certain level of physical fitness and acclimatization to the high altitude. It’s recommended to prepare yourself adequately and consult with a reputable tour operator who can provide guidance and support throughout the trek.
Overall, the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu by glamping in Sky Lodge Domes offers a unique and luxurious way to explore the Peruvian Andes, combining adventure, natural beauty, and comfort in an unforgettable journey to one of the world’s most iconic archaeological sites.
Duration: 5 Days – 4 Nights
Group Size: (02 – 10ppl Average – 16ppl Maximum)
Departure: Daily Departure, and we recommend to book well in advance to get Machu Picchu Ticket
Meals included: 4 Breakfast, 4 lunch, 4 dinner
Vegetarian/vegan: Food available upon request at no extra charge
Starting Point: We will come and Pick you up from your Hotel in Cusco
Ending Point: Drop-off at your hotel in Cusco
Departure: Upon Request. If you are a group of 02 we depart (No matter if you have paid as large group service). We NEVER pass our people onto another operator as most agencies do here.
Acomodations: 03 Nights at Sky Lodge Dome, 01 Night Hotel
Salkantay Trek & Machu Picchu Permits: Salkantay Trek Permits & fee Included and Visit of Machu Picchu on day 5.
Free storage: Available, you can leave the rest of your stuff in our free storage in Cusco
High Season: From april to october
Places to visit on Salkantay Trek: Mollepata, Soraypampa, Humantay Lake, Salkantay Pass, Chaullay, Loreta, Llactapata, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu
Please note: that due to the dynamic nature of travel, it’s always a good idea to check the latest information, regulations, and availability before planning your trip on the Machu Picchu.
The Salkantay Trek is a popular alternative to the classic Inca Trail in Peru, offering stunning mountain scenery, diverse ecosystems, and a challenging yet rewarding hiking experience. When combined with glamping in the Sky Lodge Domes, it creates a unique and luxurious adventure. Here are some highlights of the Salkantay Trek by glamping in Sky Lodge Domes:
1. Scenic Beauty: The Salkantay Trek takes you through breathtaking landscapes, including snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, and high-altitude passes. You’ll witness the majestic beauty of the Andes and experience the awe-inspiring views of Mount Salkantay, one of the most sacred peaks in Inca mythology.
2. Remote and Less Crowded: Compared to the Inca Trail, the Salkantay Trek is less crowded, providing a more tranquil and immersive experience in nature. You can enjoy the serenity of the trail, surrounded by pristine wilderness and far-reaching vistas.
3. Challenging Hiking: The Salkantay Trek is known for its physical demands, making it a great choice for adventure enthusiasts. You’ll navigate diverse terrain, including steep ascents, high-altitude passes, and descents through cloud forests. The trek offers a sense of accomplishment as you conquer each challenging section.
4. Glamping in Sky Lodge Domes: The Sky Lodge Domes are the epitome of luxury in the wilderness. These transparent geodesic domes are on the mountain view, providing panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. They offer comfortable beds, cozy interiors, and even a transparent ceiling for stargazing at night.
5. Unique Accommodation Experience: Spending the night in a Sky Lodge Dome is a truly unforgettable experience. You’ll have the opportunity to sleep under the stars, surrounded by nature’s beauty. The domes are designed to provide a comfortable and cozy environment, allowing you to relax after a day of trekking.
6. Gourmet Dining: Despite being in a remote location, the glamping experience in the Sky Lodge Domes doesn’t compromise on culinary delights. You can enjoy delicious meals prepared by professional chefs, featuring both local and international flavors. It’s a fantastic way to refuel and indulge in exceptional dining experiences.
7. Cultural Encounters: Along the Salkantay Trek, you’ll have the chance to interact with local communities and learn about their rich culture and traditions. You may visit traditional Andean villages, meet local farmers, and gain insights into their way of life.
Overall, the combination of the Salkantay Trek and glamping in Sky Lodge Domes offers a perfect blend of adventure, luxury, and natural beauty. It’s an opportunity to immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes of Peru while enjoying the comforts of a unique and upscale accommodation experience.
On the first day of your Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, we will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco early in the morning, between 0430 and 0500. We’ll then drive for about two hours to Mollepata, where you can rest and nap in the vehicle to ensure you’re refreshed for the iconic Salkantay Trek.
Mollepata is a remote Andean town located at an altitude of 2803 meters (9196 ft) above sea level. We’ll stop here for breakfast at a local restaurant, and our knowledgeable guide will provide essential trekking tips.
After breakfast, we’ll continue driving to Challacancha, our starting point for the trek. Here, we’ll meet our support crew, chef, and muleteers who will assist us throughout the journey.
Once we’ve ensured that all the necessary equipment is in order, we’ll begin our hike to Soraypampa, a gradual uphill trek. Soraypampa is situated at an altitude of 3900 meters (12795 ft) and is home to our luxurious Skydomes, a unique feature introduced by Quechuas Expeditions.
Our Skydomes offer unmatched comfort during your stay. The trek from Challacancha will take us through a flat terrain with a view of various Andean glaciers in the distance. We’ll also pass through a restored Inca Canal that is still used by the locals today.
As we approach our signature campsite, the terrain will become steeper. Upon arrival, our crew will welcome you with a cup of freshly brewed Peruvian coffee or tea. After settling into your respective Skydomes, we’ll gather for a delicious lunch prepared by our renowned Andean chefs, using locally sourced ingredients from the Cusco region.
After lunch, we’ll embark on a hike to the beautiful turquoise glacier lake, Humantay Lake, located at an altitude of 4200 meters (13780 feet). The round trip to the lake is approximately three kilometers (1.86 miles) and takes about three hours. However, we encourage you to explore at your own pace and immerse yourself in the stunning Andean scenery.
At Humantay Lake, our guide will explain its significance in Andean mythology, and you’ll have ample time to admire the view. We’ll then hike back to the campsite, where our crew will serve dinner, allowing you to witness the breathtaking sunset. After dinner, you can relax in your Sky Dome and fall asleep under the starry Andean sky.
Day 1 Trek Summary:
– Total distance: 15 km (approx.)
– Estimated walking time: 7-8 hours
– Maximum altitude point: 3,800 m (approx.)
– Campsite altitude: 3,800 m (approx.)
On the second day of the Salkantay Trek, you’ll wake up to the spectacular sight of the rising sun illuminating the walls of your Sky Dome, with the majestic Salkantay Peak in the background. We’ll serve you a cup of coffee or tea, followed by a traditional Andean breakfast to fuel your energy for the day.
The highlight of the day is hiking to the highest point of the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, the Salkantay Pass, situated at an altitude of 4630 meters (15190 feet). We’ll traverse the iconic “Trail of the seven snakes,” named after its seven switchbacks that lead to the summit. This section of the trek is moderately challenging due to the altitude, but we’ll take it slow to allow for acclimatization and to appreciate the panoramic views of the Andean peaks.
Salkantay Peak, the second-highest peak in the Cusco region, holds great significance in Andean mythology, referred to as “Apus” meaning “Father” in Quechua. The locals perform sacred rituals, including the use of three Coca Leaves for blessings, known as K’intu, which our guide will share with you. At the summit, you’ll have plenty of time to soak in the views of Humantay, Taucarhuay, and Pumasillo peaks.
After enjoying the summit, we’ll continue our descent for about 7 kilometers (4.35 miles) to our lunch camp in Huacarmachay, located at an altitude of 3850 meters (12631 feet). Here, in a valley surrounded by snow-capped views, our crew will serve a freshly cooked Andean meal.
Following lunch, we’ll leave the Andean region and enter the Peruvian Amazon Jungle, covering a stretch of 8 kilometers (4.97 miles) in approximately three hours at a moderate pace. The trail will lead us through a diverse landscape, showcasing the dramatic change from the high Andean mountains to the lush greenery of the cloud forest.
As we descend into the jungle, you’ll notice a shift in the climate, vegetation, and wildlife. Keep an eye out for various bird species, orchids, and other unique flora and fauna that thrive in this rich ecosystem.
Our destination for the day is Chaullay, a small village located at an altitude of 2900 meters (9514 feet). Upon arrival, we’ll settle into our Sky Domes and enjoy a delicious dinner prepared by our talented chefs. After dinner, you can relax and reflect on the day’s adventures, surrounded by the vibrant sounds of the jungle.
Day 2 Trek Summary:
– Total distance: 22 km (approx.)
– Estimated walking time: 9-10 hours
– Maximum altitude point: 4,630 m (approx.)
– Campsite altitude: 2,900 m (approx.)
On the third day of the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, our crew will wake you up at 6:00 AM with a knock on the door of your Skydome. After enjoying a cup of morning coffee, breakfast will be served.
Day 3 of the trek is relatively easier. We will hike through Santa Teresa Valley, which is home to various farms. The trek will start after crossing the Lluscamayo river towards La Playa, which will take approximately six hours.
Along the route, you will see several waterfalls, and the region is known for its avocado, banana, and coffee farms. You may even have the chance to spot the iconic Andean Cock of the Rock, which is the national bird of Peru.
We will have lunch at our campsite in La Playa, where our crew will serve a delicious meal. After lunch, we will visit some farms in the area and provide you with a guided tour. Alternatively, you can choose to relax in the natural hot springs of Ccocalmayo in the evening.
Dinner will be served later in the evening before you retire to your respective Sky Domes for a restful sleep.
Summary of Day 3 Trek:
Total distance: Approximately 16 km
Estimated walking time: 6-7 hours
Maximum altitude point: 2,750 m
Campsite altitude: 1,600 m
At 8:00 AM, breakfast will be served. After breakfast, we will begin the hike through a section of the Original Inca Trail, offering a breathtaking view of Machu Picchu in the distance. This spot provides the most beautiful vista of Machu Picchu.
We will hike uphill to reach one of the most stunning Inca complexes called Llactapata, located at an altitude of 2700m / 8858 ft. From here, you will have a closer view of the Machu Picchu complex.
Llactapata is the first Inca archaeological site you will visit on the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu. Our local expert will provide a guided tour of the complex, immersing you in its history and Andean culture.
Afterward, we will descend the hill for about an hour and a half, with a view of Machu Picchu peak in the distance. We will stop for lunch at Hidro Electrica (1800 meters / 5096 ft), named after the artificial waterfall used for generating electricity.
After lunch, you will have two options:
1. Hike alongside the railway tracks, following the footsteps of Hiram Bingham III, who rediscovered Machu Picchu. This three-hour hike takes you through the tropical jungle, offering stunning views at every turn.
2. Take a 45-minute train ride to Aguas Calientes at an additional cost of 35 USD.
We highly recommend the hiking option, as it will also give you the opportunity to see Intihuatana, a sundial rock used by the Incas to observe the winter solstice. This rock, together with the stone in the Machu Picchu citadel, which you will visit the following day, played an important role.
Once in Aguas Calientes, you will be accommodated in an ensuite hotel room for the night. We will gather later in the evening for dinner.
Aguas Calientes is known for its hot springs, and you can enjoy a refreshing dip in the thermal waters during the evening.
Summary of Day 4 Trek:
Total distance: 12 km
Estimated walking time: 5-6 hours
Maximum altitude point: 1,600 m
Hotel (Aguas Calientes) altitude: 1,900 m
Early in the morning, after breakfast at the hotel, we will take a 25-minute bus ride up the hill to the entrance of the Machu Picchu citadel. Your original passport will be checked against your Machu Picchu ticket, so please ensure you have it with you.
As you enter the citadel, you will witness the morning sun’s golden rays illuminating the walls of Machu Picchu as the clouds unveil the citadel before you. We will provide a brief introduction to the Inca empire.
We will visit various significant sites within the citadel, including the ceremonial site, farming sector, and remains of the royal quarters.
After the guided tour, you will have some free time to take in the views of the Inca citadel. If you have booked to hike Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu peak, our guide will direct youto the respective trailhead.
Alternatively, you can choose to hike to the Sungate, which offers a panoramic view of the Machu Picchu citadel. There is no entrance fee for this option.
Once you have enjoyed the sight to your heart’s content, we will exit the citadel and take the bus back down to Aguas Calientes. You will have some free time here to have lunch or explore the town.
In the evening, we will board a train bound for Ollantaytambo. Our representative will meet you at the train station and transfer you back to your hotel in Cusco. We expect to arrive in Cusco around 10:00 PM.
Summary of Day 5 Trek:
Total distance: 4 km
Estimated walking time: 1-2 hours
Maximum altitude point: 2,700 m
The Salkantay Trek Includes:
1. Private transportation from Cusco to Mollepata and Challacancha, which are the starting points of the Salkantay Trail.
2. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and accompany you throughout the trek.
3. A professional bilingual tour guide who can communicate in English and Spanish.
4. The entrance fee to Machu Picchu is included in the package.
5. Food service at the campsites, including four breakfasts, four lunches, four dinners, and three snacks. The meals are nutritionally balanced and served buffet-style. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to taste Guinea Pig, a traditional Peruvian dish, free of charge.
6. A professional cook and assistant who will prepare all the meals. They ensure that the vegetables are washed in iodine water before serving. Special dietary requirements, such as vegetarian or vegan food, can be accommodated at no extra cost if requested in advance.
7. Daily tea service, including wake-up Coca tea and afternoon tea time with hot drinks like mate de coca and locally grown coffee.
8. Dining equipment, including portable chairs and tables.
9. A First Aid Kit and an oxygen tank for emergencies.
10. Porters and horses to carry food, camping equipment, and a maximum of 7 kilos of your belongings. Animal welfare is prioritized, and the horses are not overloaded.
11. Accommodations include a private campsite at Soraypampa for the first night, a private campsite at Chaullay for the second night, a private campsite at La Playa Loreta Coffee Camp for the third night, and a private hotel in Aguas Calientes for the fourth night. The campsite domes at the first and third locations are 6 meters in diameter and feature comfortable beds, blankets, pillows, private showers, and bathrooms. The campsite dome at the second location is 3 meters in diameter and suitable only for sleeping, so you’ll need to bring a sleeping bag. The accommodations use solar energy and a solar water heater, depending on the weather. The rooms in the hotel are available in various configurations, such as twin, three beds, or four beds, upon request.
12. Expedition Train transportation from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo, with a train departure time between 1:37 pm and 7:00 pm, subject to availability. From Ollantaytambo, a bus will take you back to Cusco and drop you off at your hotel.
13. A duffel bag for personal belongings will be provided during the pre-trek orientation briefing.
14. A pre-trek orientation briefing will be conducted a day before the trek, either at your hotel or the tour office.
15. Filtered and boiled water will be supplied for drinking, and your water bottles will be refilled at each meal. However, you need to bring enough water for the first day of the trek.
16. Upon successful completion of the trek, you will receive a complimentary “I survived” T-shirt and a certificate.
The Salkantay Trek package does not include the following:
1. Breakfast on the first day and lunch and dinner on the fifth day.
2. The entrance fee to Salkantay and Humantay Lake, which costs 20 soles.
3. Sleeping bags and walking poles can be rented if needed.
4. Tips for the staff are optional.
5. If you feel tired after trekking to and from Llactapata, you have the option to take a 30-minute train ride from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes, which costs $35.
6. A bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu costs $12 per person for a one-way trip.
7. It is recommended to have travel and health insurance to cover trip cancellation/interruption, baggage loss, emergency medical evacuation, and emergency medical expenses. Please bring copies of the insurance documents with you.
8. Additional costs or delays that are beyond the control of the tour management, such as landscape conditions, bad weather, itinerary modifications for safety reasons, illness, changes in government policies, political instability, or strikes, are not included in the package.
What is the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu?
The Salkantay Trek is a popular alternative trekking route to Machu Picchu in Peru. It offers a more challenging and adventurous experience compared to the classic Inca Trail. The trek takes you through diverse landscapes, including snow-capped mountains, high-altitude passes, lush jungles, and ancient Inca ruins, culminating in the breathtaking views of Machu Picchu.
What is glamping?
Glamping is a combination of “glamorous” and “camping.” It refers to a luxurious camping experience that combines the comforts and amenities of a hotel with the immersive experience of being in nature. Glamping accommodations often include spacious tents or domes equipped with comfortable beds, stylish furnishings, private bathrooms, and sometimes even additional services such as gourmet meals, hot showers, and electricity.
What are Sky Lodge domes?
Sky Lodge domes are a unique glamping accommodation option located along the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu. They are transparent, All are along the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu in Peru. These pods offer panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, providing an unforgettable experience for adventurous travelers. Each dome is equipped with comfortable beds, cozy furnishings, and transparent walls and ceilings to allow guests to fully immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the area.
How can I book a Salkantay Trek with Sky Lodge domes?
To book a Salkantay Trek with Sky Lodge domes, you can contact a reputable tour operator or travel agency that offers this specific package. They will assist you in organizing the trek, securing permits, arranging transportation, and booking the accommodation at the Sky Lodge domes. It’s recommended to book in advance, especially during the peak tourist season, as availability can be limited.
Is the Salkantay Trek suitable for all fitness levels?
The Salkantay Trek is considered moderately to highly challenging and requires a good level of physical fitness. The trek involves hiking at high altitudes, traversing steep mountain passes, and walking for several hours each day. It’s recommended that participants have prior hiking experience and engage in regular physical exercise to prepare for the trek. It’s also advisable to acclimatize to the altitude in Cusco or other high-altitude destinations before starting the trek.
What should I pack for the Salkantay Trek with Sky Lodge domes?
When packing for the Salkantay Trek, it’s important to pack light but include essential items. Some recommended items to pack include hiking boots, comfortable and breathable clothing, a warm jacket, rain gear, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a reusable water bottle, insect repellent, toiletries, a headlamp or flashlight, a camera, and any necessary medications. It’s also advisable to bring some cash in small denominations for tips and any additional expenses along the way.
How long does the Salkantay Trek with Sky Lodge domes usually take?
The duration of the Salkantay Trek can vary, but it typically takes around 4 to 6 days to complete. The trek covers a distance of approximately 75 kilometers (46 miles), starting from Mollepata and ending at Machu Picchu. The exact itinerary and pace may vary depending on the tour operator and the specific package you choose.
What is the best time of year to do the Salkantay Trek with Sky Lodge domes?
A8: The best time to do the Salkantay Trek is during the dry season, which runs from May to September in the Peruvian Andes. During this time, you can expect clear skies, mild temperatures during the day, and colder temperatures at night. The weather is generally more stable, and there is less chance of rain, which can make the trekking conditions more enjoyable. However, it’s important to note that weather conditions can still be unpredictable, and it’s advisable to be prepared for changes in temperature and occasional rain showers even during the dry season.
Are permits required for the Salkantay Trek with Sky Lodge domes?
No official permits are required specifically for the Salkantay Trek itself. However, if you plan to visit Machu Picchu, you will need to obtain permits for the entrance to the archaeological site. These permits are limited and should be secured in advance, especially during the peak tourist season. Your tour operator or travel agency will typically handle the permit arrangements for you as part of the overall package.
Is it possible to combine the Salkantay Trek with a visit to Machu Picchu?
Yes, the Salkantay Trek is often designed as a multi-day trek that culminates with a visit to Machu Picchu. After completing the trek, youwill usually take a train or bus from the town of Aguas Calientes to the entrance of Machu Picchu. From there, you can explore the ancient ruins with a guide or on your own. Combining the Salkantay Trek with a visit to Machu Picchu allows you to experience the natural beauty of the Andes while also immersing yourself in the historical and cultural significance of the famous Inca site.
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How far is Peru from my home?
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Do I need a visa to visit Peru?
Citizens of most American and Western European countries are not required visa to enter Peru. Citizens of Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile do not require passports or visa to visit certain regions of Peru. Contact the Peruvian diplomatic representative in your country for further information. Addresses and phone numbers are included in the website of Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Relations: www.rree.gob.pe
If the purpose of your visit is tourism, the maximum length of your stay will be 90 days (you can apply for extensions with the immigration authority)
All travelers must carry a valid passport, or a safe-conduct issued by the Peruvian immigration authority.
Is it safe to travel in Peru?
Reality shows that it is very safe. You may have read or heard on TV, websites or newspapers about terrorism, crime and economic and political instability. But the truth is that terrorism has been defeated a long time ago; Peruvians live in peace and work very hard every day to build and democratic and safe society. We can assure visitors that all they need to do is follow the normal precautions taken in order to visit other destinations.
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