4-Day Classic Inca Trail Peru – Machu Picchu Inca Trail Tour

Follow the Ancient Path, Unconver the Mysteries: Experience the Inca Trail

4 Days From $ USD 750.00

4-Day Classic Inca Trail Peru – Machu Picchu Inca Trail Tour

4-Day Classic Inca Trail Peru – Machu Picchu Inca Trail Tour

Follow the Ancient Path, Unconver the Mysteries: Experience the Inca Trail


4 Days From $ USD 750.00

3B, 3L, 3D
4 Days
Physical Level
(4,200 meters)
based on Availabilty
Cusco| Wayllabamba| Pacaymayu| Runkurakay| Phuyupatamarca| Wiñayhuayna| Intipunku| Machu Picchu| Aguas Calientes


The Classic Inca Trail is a famous trekking route in Peru that leads to the ancient city of Machu Picchu. It is one of the most popular and iconic treks in the world, attracting thousands of adventurers and history enthusiasts every year. Here’s an overview of the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu:

1. Route: The Classic Inca Trail covers a distance of approximately 43 kilometers (26 miles) and usually takes four days to complete. The trail starts at Kilometer 82, near the town of Ollantaytambo, and follows the original path used by the Incas centuries ago.

2. Scenery: The trail winds through diverse and breathtaking landscapes, including high mountain passes, cloud forests, and lush valleys. Along the way, trekkers can enjoy stunning views of snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and Inca ruins.

3. Inca Ruins: The Inca Trail is dotted with several archaeological sites that showcase the rich history and ingenuity of the Inca civilization. Among the notable ruins are Wiñay Wayna, Phuyupatamarca, and Intipata, where trekkers can explore ancient temples, terraces, and residential areas.

4. Altitude: The trail reaches its highest point at Warmiwañusca, also known as Dead Woman’s Pass, which stands at an elevation of 4,215 meters (13,829 feet). Altitude sickness can be a concern for some trekkers, so it’s important to acclimatize properly and take necessary precautions.

5. Camping: The Inca Trail involves camping in designated campsites along the route. Trekkers are provided with tents, sleeping mats, and toilet facilities. The campsites offer basic amenities and stunning natural surroundings.

6. Permits and Regulations: Due to its popularity, the Classic Inca Trail has a limited number of permits available each day, including permits for trekkers, guides, and porters. It is essential to obtain these permits in advance from authorized tour operators. Additionally, the trail is subject to strict regulations to preserve its cultural and natural heritage.

7. Arrival at Machu Picchu: The Inca Trail culminates at the Sun Gate (Inti Punku), where trekkers are rewarded with their first panoramic view of the majestic Machu Picchu. From there, it’s a short descent to the ancient citadel, where you can explore the terraces, temples, and other remarkable structures of the Inca ruins.

It’s important to note that the Classic Inca Trail requires a reasonable level of fitness and preparation. It is advisable to embark on the trek with a licensed tour operator who can provide experienced guides, porters, and necessary equipment. Remember to pack appropriate gear, including sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing, and a good backpack.

Trip Details

Duration: 4 Days – 3 Nights
Group Size: (02 – 10ppl Average – 16ppl Maximum)
Departure: Based on Availability, ask for spaces
Meals included: 3 Breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
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 (Based on Availability). 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.
Transportation: Bus, Hike, (Train Included from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo)
Acomodations: 03 Nights, Camping
Inca Trail & Machu Picchu Permits: Inca Taril Permits & fee Included and Visit of Machu Picchu on day 4.
Free storage: Available, you can leave the rest of your stuff in our free storage in Puerto Maldonado
High Season: From april to october
Places to visit on Inca Trail: Km 82, Llactapata, Wayllabamba, Dead woman pass, Pacaymayo, runkurakay, phuyupatamarca, wiñayhuayna, Inti punku, Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes

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 Inca Trail.

Harrold M
Harrold M
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Melissa B
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Flavia M
Amazing trip to the Peruvian Amazon An incredible experiene in the heart of Peruvian Amazon Jungle Thanks to German our guide who was very attentive and informative His knowledge on local civilization and flora and fauna were impressive. He spoke good English as well which really made it possible for us to understand things throgh a local´s point of view. They took care of everything from accommodation, food and guided tours. Highly recomended for an authentic Amazon Experience.
Ethaneal M
Ethaneal M
Throughly Enjoyed every moment An experience we will remember forever. Thanks to German the guide and the entire crew of Peru Amazon Garden who were always around ensuring that we had a pleasant time with them. The tour we did with them was very informative and was insightful. We spotted several animals, birds and also got an insgiht into the culture and traditions. The night tour in specific was quite extraordinary. The guide made animal noises getting them off their hide outs and we could enjoy a clear sight of them, Highly recommended.
Magdelene N
Magdelene N
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Ravi M
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Itinerary at a Glance

  • Day 1: : Cusco – Piskacucho – Km 82 – Huayllabamba
  • Day 2: : Huayllabamba – Dead Woman’s Pass – Pacaymayu
  • Day 3: : Pacaymayu – Chaquicocha – Wiñay Wayna
  • Day 4: : Wiñay Wayna – Machu Picchu – Cusco


The classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the most renowned and popular trekking routes in the world. Here are some highlights of this iconic trail:

1. Scenic Beauty: The Inca Trail takes you through breathtaking landscapes, from snow-capped peaks to lush cloud forests. You’ll witness stunning vistas of mountains, valleys, and diverse flora and fauna along the way.

2. Ancient Inca Ruins: The trail is dotted with fascinating archaeological sites that provide a glimpse into the Inca civilization. Highlights include Wiñay Wayna, Intipata, and the impressive Sun Gate (Inti Punku), which offers the first panoramic view of Machu Picchu.

3. Inti Punku (Sun Gate): As you reach the Sun Gate, you’ll witness a spectacular sunrise over Machu Picchu. It’s a magical moment when the ancient citadel is revealed in all its glory, surrounded by mist and mountains.

4. Wiñay Wayna: This impressive Inca site is often considered a highlight of the trek. It features well-preserved terraces, intricate stonework, and beautiful views. Exploring Wiñay Wayna gives you a sense of the architectural brilliance of the Incas.

5. Machu Picchu: The ultimate highlight of the Inca Trail is, of course, the arrival at Machu Picchu itself. As you enter the ancient citadel, you’ll be awestruck by its grandeur and mystery. Exploring the terraces, temples, and intricate stone structures is an unforgettable experience.

6. Cultural Immersion: The Inca Trail offers a unique opportunity to connect with local culture. You’ll pass through traditional Andean villages, interact with indigenous communities, and learn about their way of life and ancient traditions.

7. Physical Challenge: The Inca Trail is a challenging trek that requires a reasonable level of fitness. The sense of accomplishment and personal growth that comes with completing the trail is immensely rewarding.

8. Limited Access: To protect the trail and preserve its integrity, the Peruvian government imposes daily limits on the number of trekkers. This helps maintain the trail’s pristine condition and ensures a more exclusive experience.

9. Expert Guides: To hike the Inca Trail, you must join a licensed tour operator and be accompanied by a professional guide. These guides are knowledgeable about the history, culture, and natural surroundings, enriching your experience with their expertise.


Day 1:

Cusco – Piskacucho – Km 82 – Huayllabamba

Your exciting four-day hike on the Inca Trail to reach Machu Picchu begins with an early morning transfer from your hotel in Cusco. We will drive you to Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, which is the last major town before the trailhead at Km 82. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase any last-minute items you may need for the hike.

From Ollantaytambo, we will continue driving to Piskacucho, also known as Km 82, named after its distance from Cusco to Machu Picchu. At the trailhead, the local authorities will check your passport and Inca Trail permit. We’ll start the hike with a gradual uphill climb towards Miskay, where you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the trail and visit some lesser-known Inca sites.

At Miskay, you’ll enjoy the first lunch of the Inca Trail, prepared by our local chef with traditional Andean cuisine. After lunch, we’ll continue hiking for about two hours to reach Huayllabamba, situated at an altitude of 3000 meters (9842 feet) above sea level. This will be our camping spot for the night. Upon arrival, our crew will welcome you with appetizers and a cup of freshly brewed Peruvian coffee or tea. After witnessing the sunset, dinner will be served before you settle into your tents.

Day 2:

Huayllabamba – Dead Woman’s Pass – Pacaymayu

The second day of the Classic Inca Trail starts early in the morning. You’ll wake up to a cup of freshly brewed Peruvian coffee or tea, followed by a protein-rich breakfast to keep you energized throughout the day. Our hike will begin with a challenging five-hour uphill climb to the highest point of the Inca Trail, known as Dead Woman’s Pass, standing at 4600 meters above sea level (15091 feet). The pass gets its name from its resemblance to a resting woman in the Andes. Here, you’ll have ample time to admire the views and soak in the energy of the Andean mountains. Our tour guide will share insights into Andean mythology and traditions.

After enjoying the views, we’ll continue with a gradual downhill hike for two hours to reach Pacaymayu, situated at an altitude of 3600 meters (11811 feet) above sea level. Lunch will be served here, and you’ll have time for a siesta as this will also be our campsite for the night. In the evening, we’ll provide tea or coffee followed by dinner.

Day 3:

Pacaymayu – Chaquicocha – Wiñay Wayna

On the third day of the Classic Inca Trail, we’ll start at 6:00 AM after enjoying an Andean breakfast. Departing from the campsite at 7:00 AM, we’ll visit three significant archaeological sites along the way. Our first stop will be Runkuraqay, an Inca complex located at 3800 meters (12467 ft). This complex played a crucial role during the Inca civilization, and our local expert will provide an immersive tour.

From Runkuraqay, we’ll hike uphill for approximately an hour to reach Runkurakay Pass at 3760 meters (12335 ft) above sea level. We’ll take a brief stop here to admire the valley below and catch our breath. Next, we’ll descend gradually for 45 minutes to the Sayacmarca archaeological site, situated at an altitude of 3850 meters (12631 ft). After exploring the complex, we’ll continue our hike through the cloud forest to Chakicocha (3600m/11811ft), where we’ll have lunch.

After lunch, our journey will take us to Phuyupatamarca, the last section of the original Inca Trail. Along the way, we’ll visit more Inca ruins. Finally, we’ll reach Wiñay Wayna (2600m/8530ft), our campsite for the night. Wiñay Wayna, meaning “forever young” in Quechua, is renowned for its beautiful archaeological site. After witnessing the sunset, we’ll return to the campsite for dinner.

Day 4:

Wiñay Wayna – Machu Picchu – Cusco

We’ll wake up at 3:00 AM on the fourth day. After breakfast, we’ll bid farewell to our support staff, and if desired, you can express your gratitude and tip them. Our hike will begin with a one-hour trek to the iconic Sun Gate or Inti Punku. This will be the most rewarding moment of your Inca Trail experience as you witness the sun’s rays illuminating the walls of Machu Picchu, revealing this magnificent Inca citadel from beneath the blanket of clouds.As you enter Machu Picchu, your guide will provide a comprehensive tour of the site, sharing historical and cultural insights about the ancient Inca civilization. After the guided tour, you’ll have free time to explore the ruins on your own, take photos, and soak in the awe-inspiring atmosphere.

In the afternoon, we’ll take a bus down to Aguas Calientes, the town located at the base of Machu Picchu. Here, you’ll have time to have lunch and explore the town before boarding the train back to Ollantaytambo. From Ollantaytambo, we’ll transfer you by private vehicle back to your hotel in Cusco.

Please note that the Inca Trail is a challenging trek that requires a good level of fitness and acclimatization to the altitude. It is important to be adequately prepared with appropriate hiking gear, clothing, and supplies. Additionally, it’s necessary to obtain the necessary permits well in advance, as the number of visitors on the Inca Trail is limited to preserve the site and minimize environmental impact.

It’s advisable to consult with a reputable tour operator or travel agency that specializes in organizing Inca Trail treks to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. They can assist you with permits, transportation, guides, and all the necessary logistics for your trek.

Enjoy your adventure on the Inca Trail, and may you have a memorable experience exploring the ancient wonders of Machu Picchu!




  • Professional Guides: All of our guides studied English and tourism at Cusco National University. They all grew up in this region and have a true passion to teach others about their heritage. They are fun yet professional, and will ensure you are safe and happy.
  • Permits: As soon as we receive your details and a deposit, we will purchase your permits (pending availability, check our Inca Trail Availability link). These permits are for a specific date and in your name. They can’t be changed, once confirmed. Only your passport number is allowed to be updated. The permit includes an entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Briefing: The night before your trek, you will come to our office for your briefing. You will receive your duffel bag that will stay with your porters, while you hike. This bag should not exceed 7kg/14 lbs and does need to include your sleeping bag and air mattress.
  • Porters: We include a personal porter, who is responsible for carrying your duffel bag. There is no additional fee for this. You will not have access to your duffel bag until your evening campsite.
  • Transportation: All your transportation is included in this trek. You will be picked up directly from your hotel around 4 a.m. (unless you are staying in Ollantaytambo) and brought to KM 82, to begin your trek. The train back from Aguas Calientes is included. This is Expedition class but can be upgraded to the Vistadome train for $75 per person. Once you arrive to the train station, you will be brought back to your hotel in Cusco. Your round-trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu is also included.
  • Equipment: Peru Amazon Garden Lodge has the best equipment. We use North Face 4 season tents that are shared by only two people. You will have a spacious dining tent to enjoy your meals in.
  • Food: Peru Amazon Garden Lodge chefs cook delicious meals that many previous trekkers have raved about. We honor all food restrictions. Be sure to remind your tour guide of any food restrictions at the beginning of your trek. Food is typically served family-style.
    You will enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner each day of the trek, along with a happy hour of tea and snacks. You will also be provided a snack each morning for you to enjoy along the hike. Your last meal with your chef will be after breakfast on day seven. Lunch the last day is not included.
  • Water: Beginning from your first lunch until your last breakfast, Peru Amazon Garden Lodge will supply all the water needed. This water will be boiled, filtered and then cooled, before distributing. You must supply your own water bottles or camel back. We recommend carrying about 3L worth. We will refill our waters at each meal.
  • First Aid: Every Peru Amazon Garden Lodge guide has received training in first aid from a physician. We conduct mandatory training sessions every February, which every single Peru Amazon Garden Lodge tour guide must attend. Your tour guide will always have a first-aid kit for basic medical problems (traveler’s diarrhea, cuts, scrapes, etc.) and oxygen. We will get you off the trail as quickly and comfortably as possible, if needed, and ensure you get directly to a clinic for treatment.
  • Extras: We believe it’s the attention to small details that separates us from other tour companies. Every trekker receives a small pillow to sleep with, a foam mat for insulation, a day pack cover to protect their things while hiking and a rain poncho. We will work hard to create your best vacation

No Included

Not Included

  • Rentals: Every trekker needs a sleeping bag, when camping. Inflatable air mattresses and walking sticks (with rubber tips) are optional, but encouraged. If you don’t want to bring any of the above, they are all available for rent:
  • Sleeping Bag: $30
    Inflatable Air Mattress: $30
    Walking Sticks (Pair): $30
  • Huayna Picchu: Huayna Picchu is the mountain that stands next to Machu Picchu. It is a 45 minute hike to the top. Going back down is quite steep, if you are scared of heights. This is done after your tour of Machu Picchu. The cost is $90. Arrangements need to be made at least one month in advance, due to popularity. Please understand that weather is out of our control.

Pricing List

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PRICE 2023 – 2024  per person US$750
We can leave any day of the week, as long as permits are available. Please remember, permits are only needed for your start date.

Do not Hesitate to contact us via Whatsapp:

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Booking Note

NOTE: Train included in all tours is the Expeditions Train (to Ollantaytambo) Train times will only be confirmed once full amount of tour is paid. The earliest train you could take is the 6:45pm and being the 9:20pm the last train. Bioandean Expeditions will organize the transport back to Cusco (by taxi or by bus).
Please Note: train times are subject to change depending on Peru rail .If organized in advance, the train can be upgraded to Vistadome (larger windows than the backpaker cerrojo train to ollantaytambo ) for an increased price.let us know please.

The national historical sanctuary is protected by law to conserve its biodiversity as well as the Inka ruins Machupicchu comes under intense pressure, with over 300,000 visitors each year. From May to September, an average of 2000 people explore the ruins daily, of whom 150 / 200 have hiked the trail, and the rest by train.
Compared with many other tourist attractions, the Inka trail is well maintained. The Peruvians have worked hard at limiting the erosion, litter and other damage caused by its popularity. This is a long term campaign which needs and deserves your support. By choosing an environmentally conscious tour operator and be careful about handling litter, where you go the toilet, and the use the poles you can help them preserve this wonderful place. Fortunately, controversial plans to build a cable car and large hotel at machupicchu have been widely opposed, and the rules announced in 2000 were being enforced from 2001.

  • All hikers must be acompanied by a licensed tour guide.
  • Entry fee…for the full trail …for some other treks …
  • Group size must not exceed 16 visitors.
  • A maximum of 500 people per day will be allowed to embark on the inca trail.
  • inka trail Porters are not allowed to carry more than 25 kg (included his personal stuff).
  • The inka trail will be closed for one month each year for maintenance (from February 2002).
  • Since you are walking on ancient stones, the rule about protecting pole tips makes sense.
  • No disposable water bottles may be used to reduce the litter problem.
  • When visiting ruins, never climb on the stones or put your rusksack anywhere except on the ground.
  • Other rules prohibit acts of vandalism (such as picking wild flowers, camping in the archeological sites or making open fires) that no readers of this would consider.

Travel Guide

When visiting the cities:

  • Take the logical precautions to avoid pickpockets and purse-snatchers.
  • Carry a copy of your identification documents. Keep the originals and the rest of valuable personal effects in the safety deposit box of your hotel.
Wear valuable items discretely; don’t carry large sums of cash and watch your bags and luggage.
Refrain from exchanging currency on the street.
  • It is advisable to use taxi companies for transportation (they can be requested by phone) or cabs authorized by the municipal authorities (in ima they are painted yellow and carry a bright identification sign on the roof).
    Road tourism:
  • Always carry your driver’s license, a copy of your passport and the rental agreement if you’re driving a rental car. International driver’s licenses are valid for one year, while driver’s licenses from other countries are valid for 30 days.
  • If a traffic officer signals you to stop, you must stop. Traffic officers must be wearing uniform and carry identification (they are required to wear identification cards including their last name on their chest.) They are not allowed to enter the vehicle.
  • Bear in mind that traffic officers are not allowed retain any personal or vehicle documents. Under no circumstances should you offer or agree to pay money to traffic officers.
  • In case of an accident or collision, call a traffic officer. If your car is a rental, call the representative of the insurance company provided by the rental agency. Do not leave the scene of the accident. Keep the windows closed and the doors locked.
  • It is forbidden to take photographs of airports, military bases, police stations and areas surrounding high voltage towers.

Are there services for tourists with special needs in Peru?
In Peru we believe in the idea of “Tourism for Everybody”. This is why many public and private organizations have been working for years to ensure that their services are equally accessible for the differently-abled.
We advise you to contact your service provider in advance to ensure that your accessibility needs will be met.

What’s the weather like throughout the year?
Peru is a very large country that is crossed by the Andes and has a vast Amazonian region, so you are likely to notice differences from one place to the other, which may be more or less intense depending on the month of your visit.
It hardly ever rains on the coast, where there are usually two seasons:a warm season and a cold season.

  1.   The warm season runs from November 15th until the end of March.
  2. The cold season occurs from April to mid November and it is very humid.

Unlike the coastal area, the mountains and the jungle have a warmer rainy season running from mid November to late March, and the least warm season occurs between April and mid November.

Below is a weather table by city:

City Altitude HighTemp Low Temp
Abancay 2,378(7,802 fasl) 25°C (77°F) 12°C (54°F)
Arequipa 2,335 (7,661 fasl) 24°C (75°F) 5°C (41°F)
Ayacucho 2,761 (9,058 fasl) 24°C (75°F) 11°C (52°F)
Cajamarca 2,720 (8,924 fasl) 21°C (70°F) 5°C (41°F)
Cerro de Pasco 4,338 (14,232 fasl) 22°C (72°F) 4°C (39°F)
Chachapoyas 2,334 (7,657 fasl) 22°C (72°F) 13°C (55°F)
Chiclayo 29 (95 fasl) 33°C (91°F) 17°C (63°F)
Cusco 3,395 (11,138 fasl) 17°C (63°F) 2°C (28°F)
Huancavelica 368 (1,207 fasl) 20°C (68°F) 3.4°C (38°F)
Huancayo 4,107 (13,474 fasl) 17°C (63°F) 0°C (32°F)
Huánuco 1,912 (6,273 fasl) 24°C (75°F) 18°C (64°F)
Huaraz 3,091 (10,141 fasl) 18°C (64°F) 9°C (48°F)
Ica 406 (1,332 fasl) 30°C (86°F) 8°C (46°F)
Iquitos 104 (341 fasl) 36°C (97°F) 17°C (63°F)
Lima 133 (436 fasl) 25°C (77°F) 13°C (55°F)
Moquegua 141 (463 fasl) 25°C (77°F) 17°C (63°F)
Moyobamba 860 (2,822 fasl) 36°C (97°F) 22°C (72°F)
Piura 29 (95 fasl) 35°C (95°F) 16°C (61°F)
Pucallpa 154 (505 fasl) 38°C (100°F) 24°C (75°F)
Puerto Maldonado 183 (600 fasl) 34°C (93°F) 21°C (70°F)
Puno 3,827 (12,556 fasl) 19°C (6°F) 2°C (34°F)
Tacna 562 (1,844 fasl) 28°C (82°F) 6°C (43°F)
Trujillo 34 (112 fasl) 30°C (86°F) 16°C (61°F)
Tumbes 6 (20 fasl) 38°C (100°F) 19°C (66°F)

How much money should I expect to spend on my trip?

This answer depends on your personal preferences and the level of comfort you desire.
Bartering is generally accepted in Peru, with the exception of larger stores and restaurants. In larger cities prices in general may be higher, particularly in Lima, and may increase during festivities such as the National Holidays (July), Easter (April) or Christmas due to higher demand for services such as bus and air transportation.
Below is a price list of products and services that you may use as reference in order to prepare a travel budget.

Reference product or service US Dollars
Mineral water bottle 1.5 Lt (51 fl. oz.) 1.40
Medium soda pop 0.50 0.50
Burger 1.40
Apple 0.30
Shampoo bottle 2.00
Tooth paste 1.40
Lunch (frugal) 3.00
Lunch (basic) 12.00
Camera roll 4.00
Blank video tape 8.50
Pair of sneakers 30.00
Newspaper 0.50
Public internet booth or cybercafes (1 hour)  1.5
Train Cusco – Machu Picchu (return) 30.00 (backpackers)
70.00 (Autovagon)
Bus (one way)  5.00
Flight to Cusco (return) 140.00
Lodging per night (very basic) 5 – 10
Lodging per night (2 star) 20 – 40
Lodging per night (3 star) 50 – 90
Lodging per night (4 and 5 star) over 90

Other frequently Asked Questons about Treks and tours
What to Bring
Each web page has a specific list of what to bring for your trek and the list supplied here might not apply to you. However, remember that the weather in the Andes can be very unpredictable and you should be prepared for bad weather. Peru is located in the southern hemisphere meaning the winter extends from June to August. In the summer months daytime temperatures can be hot & sunny, but the nights can be very cold. During winter it can be cold and rainy during the day and particularly cold at night. It is usual to encounter some rain all year round so we recommend buying a cheap poncho in Cusco for about US $1. We also recommend bringing thermal underwear in order to combat the cold. It’s recommended to wear the thermal underwear in the evening and early morning. When packing try to bring a range of layers so that you can take off or add clothes as required in the ever changing Andean weather.

  • Original passport and valid ISIC student card
  • Insurance card. (We strongly recommend you take out travel insurance)
  • A light day pack with a change of clothes for the whole period of the trek – prepare for a vast range of changes in temperature
  • Rain gear (jacket and pants if available) or rain poncho. Plastic ponchos can be bought for about $1 in Cusco.
  • Strong footwear, waterproof trekking boots recommended. Extra socks are a must.
  • Sandals or plastic slip on thongs are also good to give your feet a chance to breath in the evenings if you wish to carry them.
  • Warm clothes, including jacket, fleeces, gloves, scarf and beanie/touk. Thermal clothing is also recommended, especially for sleeping.
  • Sleeping bag (we can hire these to you)
  • Torch/ Flashlight and spare batteries
  • Camera, films and batteries (batteries consume more quickly under cold conditions)
  • Hat or cap to protect you from the sun, rain and cold
  • Sun block
  • After-sun cream or hydrating cream for face and body
  • Insect repellent – minimum recommended 20% DEET – although no malaria risk has been reported
  • Toilet paper, pack in & pack out
  • Snacks: biscuits, energy bars, chocolate, raw fruits, muesli, etc.
  • Non-disposable canteen (Nalgene type) and water for the first morning. We advise you to bring water sterilizing tablets in case you collect water from streams.
  • Your own medical kit with any special medications that you might require, paracetamol etc.
  • Small towel or sarong
  • Bathers/swimsuit (if you intend on swimming in hot springs)
  • Cash – sufficient for your final meal in Aguas Calientes, tips and souvenirs.
  • Original passport & ISIC (International Student Identity Card) if you have one.
  • Walking sticks or poles (we can hire these to you. Please note poles with metal tips cannot be carried into Machu Picchu and should be left at your hotel on the final day)
  • Binoculars (if you have them)
  • Refillable Water Bottle

Please see each page for specific notes in regard to the equipment that is carried on each tour. Generally, the following items are ‘normal’ unless specified on the tour page.

  • Tents – 2 people in a 4 person tent which allows for greater comfort, and also storage of backpacks. All tents were purchased in 08-10.
  • If you are travelling alone and would like your own tent, please request this. Normally we can accomodate single travellers in a 2 man tent. If you are travelling in a group of 3 we might accomodate you in two tents or a 5-6 man tent.
  • Basic foam mattress. If you require greater comfort during the trek we can hire you an inflatable mattress (eg. Thermarest) for $5 per day.
  • Cook and Cooking equipment is included.
  • Dining tent
  • Toilet tent

Hiring Extra Equipment
We hire sleeping bags (rated for -5, -10 and -15 celsius temperatures) , thermarest (inflatable mattresses), walking poles, and extra horses for luggage.
Which sleeping bag to choose? Do you feel the cold – then opt for the -15 bag. Our foam mattresses (included in the price) are more than adequate but a thermarest inflatable mattress provides a lot more luxury! Walking poles – guides advise that two poles are better than just one as they provide much more balance, especially on steep descents (ie Llactapata on the Salkantay route and the Choquequirao and Choquequirao to Machu Picchu sections.) Please check our booking form for current prices.

  • Super Sleeping Bag suitable for -10deg.
  • Deluxe Sleeping Bag suitable for -15
  • Walking stick lightweight aluminum – Two sticks are recommended for tough hikes to aid balance.
  • Inflatable mattress (eg. Thermarest) and Inflatable Pillow
  • Extra mule to carry YOUR things for alternative treks not applicable for the Inca Trail. This mule is if you think you will exceed the luggage allowance of 8kg.
  • Extra riding mule and muleteer to lead it . Included in the price of your trek is an emergency horse. If for some reason you think that you will need a horse for more than simply emergencies, then its advisable to have a personal horse. (ie for older people or younger people. Some parents like to have a horse for their children) However a horse cannot be used in all circumstances so you need to be fit.
  • Extra porter to carry your things – for the Inca trail treks only – if you think that you will exceed the luggage allowance of 7k that you need to carry by yourself.
  • When calculating costs for hire of walking stick, sleeping bag, calculate using the length of the tour. Even though you won’t use the equipment on the final day it will still be ‘on the road’ and ‘occupied.’

Luggage Storage & Load Limits

  • During the trek we advise you to store your main luggage at your hotel in Cusco- all hotels or hostals should provide you with luggage storage as a courtesy service.
  • At your briefing you will be loaned a small duffel bag to pack clothes for the trip. Please limit your luggage in this duffel bag to 8kg (15lbs) each person. The mules will carry these bags together with the food and equipment for the trail applicable for Alternative Treks  not applicable for the Inca Trail. The duffel bags are waterproof but it is still advisable to put your things inside a plastic bag within the duffel bag. The approximate dimensions are 60cm by 30cm. PLEASE RETURN YOUR DUFFEL BAG AT THE END OF THE TRIP!!! You can do this by leaving it in the reception of your hotel. We have continued to “lose” the duffel bags so please be consciencious and return your bag!
  • For pictures of the duffel bags check out these pics duffel bag one and duffel bag two
  • Most people carry their own day pack with up to 7 kg of their things – a change of clothes and wet weather gear etc. However, if you think that you will have much luggage and you want a very light day pack (eg. just camera, sunscreen and water) then its advisable that you hire an extra mule or Extra Porters. Please note that you will not have access to these items until the end of each day as the muleteers travel at a different pace than the group.
  • Your sleeping bag is always included in your duffel bag, so allow approx 2 kg of weight. This still gives you 5kg of things, which is more than adequate for a hike of several days.
  • At the end of your trip, please leave your duffel bag in the reception of your hotel. We will come to collect it.

Do you need an extra luggage mule/or riding mule?
We include in the price of your tour 8kg (15lbs) of luggage each person. We LOAN you a duffel bag which you can put this 8kg in. The reason for this is that duffel bags strap onto mules much better than backpacks/your luggage and its better that our custom designed duffels get dirty than your luggage (also if your backpack has a fancy harness then it can get damaged on the mules). If you think that you are going to need more than 7kg (plus the things that you carry in your day pack) then you might like to consider hiring an extra mule. Each mule can carry about 20kg of equipment so its usually shared between 2 or 3 people. Most people find that 7kg is more than adequate if they pack normally or a little conservatively. We strongly recommend that you leave the bulk at of your luggage at your hotel in Cusco – all hotels or hostals should provide you with luggage storage as a courtesy service.
Included in the price of your tour is 1 emergency riding horse. If you have in your group younger children, or older people, people who are not very fit, or people who have never hiked in the mountains before, you might consider paying for an extra mule. This is especially if you think that someone in your group will utilize the horse a lot!

  1. if you wish to order an extra porter (Inca Trail Only) it MUST be done at the time of booking or permits will be sold out.
  2.  if you wish to order an extra riding horse or an extra cargo horse it can only be done as late as one week prior to your departure as the muleteers live in remote areas and are not easy to contact about the number of mules they need to bring to the trailhead only applicable for Alternative treks not the Inca Trail.

Extra Charges
We need to charge extra for the following:

  •  Single tent supplement (ie you don’t want to share a tent with anyone else) you need to pay $40.00  dollars extra for the whole tour
  • Private tour supplement (if only two passengers). if you want a private trek (only 2 passengers) then you need to pay the 2 person price plus a $150 dollars private trek price per person. If choose to list the trek on trekkers wanted, but no one joins the trek, then you will not need to pay this fee.
  • Passport name/number change fee. $20 per change. this applies to inca trail reservations. as permits are hard to obtain, sometimes people need to make their reservations using an old passport, but will be travelling with a new passport. We make the change when you have the new passport, and we strongly suggest you travel with both passports.
  • Change fee. $20 per change. this applies to date changes, and other changes not specified but will require administration staff time!
    • Train changes are explained below.

Train Tickets
For backpacker trains the timetable is 2.30pm and 6pm, and you return to Cusco approximately 4-5 hours later. A representative of the agency will meet the train in Ollantaytambo and transfer you back to your hotel in Cusco. We apologise in advance if we cannot get either of these times, if we cannot we have endeavored to do so. Some people want early trains, some people like later trains, and its impossible to anticipate people’s preference. Please also note that in high season (normally July-August) the trains to Machu Picchu and back again are completely over-subscribed and its difficult to get tickets, even with several weeks notice. (this is why we are inistent that you send your passport details asap!) In the case that Bioandean Expeditions is not able to obtain train tickets for you we will provide a car that returns via the Abra de Malaga to Cusco. (approx 6 hours of travelling).

  • If you have specific travel plans that might be affected by the Peru Rail timetable, you should advise us AT BOOKING. You cannot advise us at your pre trek briefing, this is too late!
    Train Ticket changes will incur the following charges
  • Difference between two types of ticket – usually a $38 ticket and $60 ticket ($22 per ticket)
  • 10% relocation fee, of first ticket
  • Admin fee per ticket $10.00
  • We can only make a change to a train ticket ONCE.
  • If you decide to come back at a different time than the rest (majority) of your group, then your transfer from Piscacucho or Ollantaytambo is NOT included in the price of your tour. You will need to pay this yourself.
    The cheapest & simplest way of changing your train ticket is to wait until the day you arrive in Aguas Calientes, and go personally, with your guide, and try to change it on the spot, paying only the 10% relocation fee.

We generally recommend that you start out from Cusco with 1-2 litres of water. You should also bring a refillable water bottle with you. (Any bottle you buy from the shop will do but we recommend a hardy plastic bottle) During the day, when you are hiking you can fill up from streams, on the advice of your guide. You should use purification tablets for this water. (Micropur tablets can be bought in Cusco or you might like to ask in your camping shop at home. Some people recommend iodine tablets). In the evening, your cook will boil water for your use and you can fill up your bottles every morning before setting out. As people have different requirements for water (ie some people drink a lot and others less) it is important that you take responsibility for ensuring you have enough water each day. You need to communicate your needs (via the guide) to the cook.

Cooking & Meals
Our cooks serve hygenically prepared food that features Peruvian and Western dishes. If you are a vegetarian or have specially dietary requirements and/or allergies, please specify on your booking form and remind us at your briefing. Water is boiled for three minutes before being used for cooking and raw vegetables, if served, are washed in boiled/ purified water.
For photos of some example meals, please see our Bioandean Expeditions  meals page

There are few opportunities for bathing on our treks. However, in the evening and morning, please ask your cook to warm some water for you to wash your hands and face. There are cold water shower facilities on the Salkantay and Choquequirao trek.

Depending on the tour you take, we provide toilet tents at each of the campsites or you can use the existing facilities. During the day, your guide carries a pick or lightweight shovel. Should you need to use this, please ask them. Ideally, you should relieve yourself at least 70 metres from any water source and also a good distance from the trail. Remember also to bring plenty of toilet paper but follow international leave no trace rules and carry it out… (Please no white flags along the route!)
Medical Kit Each trip departs with a basic medical kit and an oxygen bottle. We advise that if you have your own medications and needs that you bring these. We do not include altitude tablets in our kit. Please note that the blister care that we have is Peruvian style (band-aids and cotton wool) – we do not have second skin or Western style blister treatments.

Medical Kit
Each trip departs with a basic medical kit and an oxygen bottle. We advise that if you have your own medications and needs that you bring these. We do not include altitude tablets in our kit. Please note that the blister care that we have is Peruvian style (band-aids and cotton wool) – we do not have second skin or Western style blister treatments.

How much money should I take?
Please review what is included in your trek in order to estimate what you should take. Along the way you can buy snacks and souvenirs, mostly of a non expensive nature. (Though if you decide you want to drink a lot of PowerAde, it does add up!) Most people also like to enjoy a nice meal and some drinks in Aguas Calientes on the night you arrive from your trek. Aguas Calientes is generally more expensive than other parts of Peru, so expect things to cost more there. Finally, bring money to tip your staff and your guides. (Please see below) There is an ATM in Aguas Calientes, but don’t rely on it working so we suggest you take ample to cover your expenses while there.

Tips vary and depend on the traveller’s satisfaction with the quality of the service rendered. Although our staff are paid just above local industry rates, and we include all meals and transportation, they do appreciate tips. Tips also provide incentive for staff to work harder.
Deciding how much to tip the porters, the cook and guide is a difficult moment at the end of the trek and can be made more difficult when members of the group have different cultural understandings about tipping. (Some countries tip, other countries don´t tend to tip).

Generally speaking, if the group have been pleased with the service then try to ensure that (minimum) each porter/muleteer takes home an extra 20-30 soles per day of trek, cook 40-45 soles per day of trek, and the guide as you feel is appropriate. (these amounts are shared between all members of the group, and are not individual tips. if your trip is 9 days then the group as a whole would tip 10 soles x 9 days. Even if the muleteers were only with you for 2 days on the shorter treks, please calculate their tip based on your entire trip length. Ie the Expreso Salkantay is 4 days, and the muleteers will take at least 1 day to return home, even though they are not directly in your service). A recent, higher estimation follows: between $10 and $20 a day for guides, between $5 – $10 a day for cooks and drivers, and $3-5 a day for the muleteers. Again, that should be divided between everyone on your tour, is PER person, and multiplied by the full length of your tour. We believe that ultimately, tipping the guide and cook should be dependent on the quality of the service that you received. At no stage should you feel obliged to tip!

Trekking in the Andes is generally pretty safe. There is minimal theft – it does sometimes occur on the more touristed routes (ie Salkantay). Be cautious, not paranoid! We do recommend always sleeping with your valuables (ie money belt, passports) near your heads or in your sleeping bag. Your camera and day packs should be kept between you or near your heads – never near the flap of your tent. Shoes should be stored inside!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Inca Trail?
The Inca Trail is a famous trekking route in Peru that leads to the ancient city of Machu Picchu. It is a 26-mile (42-kilometer) trail that follows the footsteps of the ancient Incas and offers stunning natural landscapes, archaeological sites, and a glimpse into the rich history of the Inca civilization.

How long does it take to complete the Classic Inca Trail?
The Classic Inca Trail is typically completed in 4 days and 3 nights. The trek covers a distance of approximately 26 miles (42 kilometers) and involves hiking through various terrains, including mountain passes and cloud forests.

Do I need a permit to hike the Classic Inca Trail?
Yes, a permit is required to hike the Classic Inca Trail. The Peruvian government strictly regulates the number of visitors allowed on the trail each day to preserve the site and minimize environmental impact. It is advisable to book your permit well in advance, as they can sell out quickly, especially during the peak season (May to September).

When is the best time to hike the Classic Inca Trail?
The best time to hike the Classic Inca Trail is during the dry season, which runs from May to September. During this period, you can expect relatively dry weather with warm days and cold nights. The months of June, July, and August are particularly popular but can also be crowded. If you prefer fewer crowds, you may consider hiking in the shoulder months of May or September.

What is the difficulty level of the Classic Inca Trail?
The Classic Inca Trail is considered a moderate to challenging trek. It involves hiking at high altitudes, with the highest point being the Dead Woman’s Pass at an elevation of 13,828 feet (4,215 meters). The trail involves steep ascents and descents, as well as uneven terrain. It is recommended to be in good physical condition and acclimatize to the altitude before attempting the trek.

Do I need to hire a guide for the Classic Inca Trail?
Yes, hiring a licensed guide is mandatory for hiking the Classic Inca Trail. This regulation is in place to ensure the safety of visitors and the preservation of the trail. Guides are knowledgeable about the history, culture, and significance of the trail and provide valuable insights throughout the journey.

What should I pack for the Classic Inca Trail?
Some essential items to pack for the Classic Inca Trail include sturdy hiking boots, comfortable and breathable clothing, a good quality backpack, a sleeping bag, a rain jacket or poncho, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent, a refillable water bottle, toiletries, a flashlight or headlamp, and any necessary medications. It is also recommended to pack some snacks and a camera to capture the stunning scenery.

Are there restroom facilities along the Classic Inca Trail?
Yes, there are designated restroom facilities along the Classic Inca Trail. However, they are basic and often consist of simple pit toilets. It is advisable to carry your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer as these may not always be provided.

Is altitude sickness a concern on the Classic Inca Trail?
Yes, altitude sickness can be a concern on the Classic Inca Trail as it reaches elevations of over 13,000 feet (4,000 meters). It is recommended to spend a few days in Cusco or other high-altitude locations in Peru to acclimatize before starting the trek. Staying hydrated, avoiding alcohol, and taking it slow to allow your body to adjust to the altitude are important precautions to take.

Can I book the Classic Inca Trail independently?
No, it is not possible to book the Classic Inca Trail independently. As mentioned earlier, hiring a licensed guide is mandatory, and permits are required to access the trail. To hike the Classic Inca Trail, you must book through a licensed tour operator who will arrange the necessary permits, guide, and logistics for your trek.

Frequently Asked Questions about Peru
Welcome to our FAQ section. This page might be helpful if you haven’t been able to find the information you needed on our website. We hope these FAQ about Peru have been helpful.

How far is Peru from my home?
In order to provide you with useful references we have created a table including the approximate arrival flight times.
Direct Flights.

Country City Approx. flight time
United States Dallas 7 hours 12 minutes
United States Houston 6 hours 45 minutes
United States Los Angeles 8 hours 35 minutes
United States Miami 5 hours 45 minutes
United States Atlanta 7 hours
Argentina Buenos Aires 4 hours 15 minutes
Chile Santiago 3 hours 25 minutes
Spain Madrid 11 hours 30 minutes

Flights with stopovers

Country City Approximate flight time
United States New York 8 hours 35 minutes / via San José
United States San Francisco 10 hours / via Los Angeles
United States Washington 9 hours / via Newark
Germany Dusseldorf 18 hours 40 minutes / via Madrid
Germany Frankfurt 15 hours 30 minutes / via Madrid
France Paris 14 hours 50 minutes/ via Miami

Italy Milan 14 hours 50 minutes / via Madrid
Italy Rome 15 hours 10 minutes / via Madrid
UK London 15 hours 10 minutes / via Madrid
Japan Tokyo 20 hours 35 minutes / via Los Angeles

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.

How to Book

How to book any tour/trek through with PERU AMAZON GARDDEN LODGE.

To confirm the tour/trek we need you to send us your personal information: Full Names, Passport Numbers, Nationalities, Ages, Gender as well as a deposit to secure the trip/tour.

For Tambopata National Reserve (Puerto Maldonado) – Manu National Park We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per person.
For Inca Trails Treks We do require a Non-Refundable US$200 deposit per person.
For Alternative Treks(Salkantay Trek, Inca Jungle, Lares Trek, Choquequirao) We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per person.
For Tambopata National Reserve (Puerto Maldonado) – Manu National Park We do require a Non-Refundable US$100 deposit per person.
For Peru Package Tours/Treks We do require a Non-Refundable US$400 deposit per person.
As soon as you had sent us all your personal information as well as the deposit we will send you a Trip Confirmation by email.

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