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Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Our 2 day Inca Trail starts idyllic by a wake-up early. Then we are taken by our private transport to the railway station at Ollantaytambo to board a train taking us to the starting point of the 2 day trek - so called Km 104. Then we pass through an Inca Trail checking point and start hiking through lush vegetation of a cloud forest while greeeted by local exotic birds such as Andean guan, grey-breasted mountain tucan, etc. and since we can see various wild orchids and bromelias along the path too. Our Tour Guide explains us about the Chachabamba ruins that were rediscovered in 1940. Lunch. Our next stop is in Wiñay Wayna, an Inca complex neighboring to Machu Picchu. The complex, which name means "Eternal Youth, can boosts with a stunning view down at the Urubamba River. In late afternoon, we have descended to the entrance of Machu Picchu - Inti Punku (Sun´s Gate), we continue down to our hotel in Aguas Calientes Town where we have a rest. The following early morning adventure starts with Machu Picchu hiking tour for two hours. Then we enter to the "Lost City of the Incas" and enjoy its guided tour. Hiking the Inca Trail is an unforgettable experience so do not hesitate joining our group.

Moreover, the Short Inca Trail offers the enormous additional advantage of leaving free days for our travelers to make other packages, such as those we offer for the wonderful city of Cusco and its surrounding attractions, Lake Titicaca and the Puno region or cities full of history and beautiful nature like Lima and Arequipa.

Departure Point: We pick you up from your hotel (Check Starting Point & Pick up in Essential Info)

Briefing Point: Our guide will visit your hotel 2 or 1 day before the trek 

Briefing Time: Between 17:00 - 18:00

Return Point: Cusco - Our driver will drop-off in your hotel, hostel or Airbnb department


Sustainable Tourism: In the Short Inca Trail is included the Eco-friendly service and community project of the porters

Service Level: Comfortable tourist-class accommodations with character, tourist train and private transport.

Physical Rating: 2 - Moderate - Some low-altitude hikes, but accessible to most healthy travellers

Age requirement: 4+ / All travellers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Inca Trail Permits: It is included in your hike. In the high season the trail is booked months in advance

Short Inca Trail Operator: Tierras Vivas travel 

Crew: A profesional Tour Guide on the Short Inca Trail.

Meals: 1x breakfast, 1x lunch, 1x dinner, 1x Snack bag.

Transportation: Transportation by private van, 2x train (Expedition train).

Accommodation: Hotel (1 night). During 2 day Inca Trail tour, you will spend a night in the confortable hotel with private bath. you can visit the ESSENTIAL INFO.



Quick Itinerary: 

Day 01: CuscoOllantaytambo - Km 104 - Aguas Calientes

Day 02: Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - Cusco


Highlights of the Inca Trail 2 Days:

  • 2 day hike on the cloud forest of the lost city of the Incas
  • Enjoy the landscapes, flora and Fauna of the trail
  • Trekking the Inca Trail only for 2 days enjoying explanations of a professional Tour Guide,
  • Visit of Wiñay Wayna citadel,
  • Walk through the Sun Gate,
  • Exploration of the mystical Machu Picchu.

Inca Trail 2 Days Avalaibility

Click in the Inca Trail Book Online and Chose the best month and day for your hike. Please fill your personal detail.


2 Day Inca Trail Permits 2021 - 2022

You can check the 2 day Inca Trail Permits Real-time Availability for 2021 by yourself. It is very important that you will complete all information correctly to obtain your Inca Trail permits and Machu Picchu tickets! Once arrived to the head trail, you will need to present your orignal passport and Inca Trail permits, in case it is wrong information, you will need to book and buy the new ticket to the trail.


2 Day Inca Trail Camping

If you would like to have more experience, you can book the Inca Trail camping and in the night you can see the stars in the campsite - Puente ruins. We can recommend to book the 2 Day Inca Trail Hike with Camping 


Is 2 day Inca Trail worth it?

Yes, the Short Inca Trail is the best option hike of the 4 day Inca Trail. You can view of part of the traditional Inca Path. BOOK ONLINE with hotel or camping. Choose the best option hike for you! 

Starting Altitude: 2100m / 6900ft.
Highest Altitude: 2730m / 8,792ft.
Walking Distance - 12 km / 7.46 miles

How hard is the 2 day Inca Trail to hike?

 How hard is the Inca Trail to hike?

What do you view during the hike?

What do you view during the 2 day Inca Trail?

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We loved our trek with Efrain

Marco comment:What an amazing experience this was. Efrain, in particular, made the trip really special with his knowledge of the land and Inca culture. We are both very active and enjoy hiking and this, even though it’s the shorter trek, was still plenty of hiking for us. Would highly suggest these guys and Efrain. No stone was left unturned.




Bucket list item achieved :)

Huong Le comment: This company is very good and responsive, we booked this tour at least 6 months in advance and they were able to answer all of our questions. They provide everything from transportation, a debriefing before the trip, food, etc. Yolanda was our tour guide, and we got lucky because we were the only two people in the group so it was like our own private tour :). Yolanda was very knowledgeable, she provided us with a lot of history during the trail and fun facts. She was also very caring, making sure we were ok throughout the journey, making sure we drank water, making sure we took a lot of pictures, making sure all of the small details were taken care of and just making sure we had a great time, and we did! Yolanda also gave us tips and suggestions on what to do outside of the trail, such as food recommendations, activities, etc. She went above and beyond with everything. I'm so glad to have done this and now I can take it off my bucket list :) it wouldn't have gone any better if it wasn't for Yolanda!



Maggie comment: Efrain was an amazing guide with a lot of knowledge about the history and customs of Machu Picchu. He shared traditions with us and waited for us when we needed to take breaks up the mountain. It was a really great experience for my friends and I!



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2 Day Inca Trail Train (VISTADOME Perurail or 360° Inca Rail)

Short inca trail Review from Tierras Vivas


Day 01: Cusco - Km 104 (Inca Trail) - Aguas Calientes

We pick you up from your hotel in Cusco to transfer you during a 2 hour ride to the Ollantaytambo´s railway station. There, we get on a train and continue until Km 104, where a checking point of the Inca Trail is located. We pass through to the Vilcanota River (bridge) and start the Inca Trail Trekking! The first archaeological site to visit is Chachabamba, guided tour. Then we continue through a mixture of cacti vegetation and a cloud forest towards another Incan significant site - Wiñay Wayna. But before we reach it, we enjoy a refresh in a local waterfall! Where you have lunch and a rest. Later on, we can admire the sunset above Machu Picchu when we get to the Sun´s Gate (Inti Punku) before entering the Inka citadel. However, today is too late to have a guided tour of this overwhelming Incan city so we descend slowly to Aguas Calientes Town enjoying beautiful surrounding scenery on the way! We spend the night in a comfortable hotel in Aguas Calientes. 

Day 02: Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - Cusco

After an early morning breakfast, we will take a bus up to the mysterious city of Machu Picchu. Then our Tour Guide shows us around the Incan city and explains us about its history and purposes. After the guided tour, you will have a free time and its best opportunity to take picture and walk in the lost city of the Incas. There are some animal such Llamas  and birds or if you would like best experience, you can pay the extra for the mountains and we are given the opportunity to climb up for about 45 minutes to Huayna Picchu or to Machu Picchu Mountain (peaks above Machu Picchu serving to take some panoramic pictures of the Inka city). Then, we are given time off to spend and explore Machu Picchu on our own.

Machu Picchu is both, the best and the least known site of the Incas as it is not mentioned in any Spanish conquistador´s chronicle so that contemporary archaeologists can not do anything more than just speculate on its functions. Local Quechuan farmers had known about Machu Picchu for centuries before an 11-year-old boy showed the American historian Hiram Bingham (who was in a search of Vilcabamba) this site on the 24th of July 1911. At that time, all the rest of the world became aware of its existence. However, the site was covered with thick vegetation so Hiram Bingham along with his team returned and within the years of 1912 and 1915 cleared its surface. Over the years, plenty of work has been done on excavating and studying the site. Despite these efforts, many unanswered questions remain.


After explore Machu Picchu, you come back to Aguas Calientes walking. The 2 day Inca Trail ends up with a train ride to Ollantaytambo (alternatively to Poroy), from where we are taken by van back to Cusco.




  • Pre-trek briefing with your Tour Guide
  • Transfer by private vehicle to the railway station at Ollantaytambo
  • Accommodation: Hotel in Aguas Calientes town (1 night)
  • Inca Trail Permit and entrance fee to Machu Picchu;
  • Meals: 1x breakfast, 1x Box lunch + Snack bag, 1x dinner (please advice us in advance if you are a vegetarian; this option is for NO extra additional cost)
  • Experienced bilingual Tour Guide
  • A shuttle bus round trip to Machu Picchu in the second day
  • A train round trip (Expedition Service) between Ollantaytambo and Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu)
  • Tourist transportation (Van or small car) from Ollantaytambo to Cusco, Usually it is private. 

Not Included

  • Breakfast on the first day and lunch in Aguas Calientes Town on the second day
  • Entrance fee to Huayna Picchu Mountain ($80)
  • Tips to local staff (please note: it is a custom to give tips in Peru, however, it is not obligatory)
  • Travel Insurance
Meal budget: Please allow USD 10 for meals not included.
Solo Traveller: If you like a single room for this trek, please choose the "Solo Traveller" option during your booking.
Local flights: No local flight is included in the trek´s price!

Tierras Vivas professional guide

Our guide will visit your a day before the trek and He/ She will give you a briefing and more information about your 2 day hike the Inca Trail. It very important, let us know, where you will be staying in Cusco, our guide will visit your hotel 2 or 1 day before the trek for your briefing.


All Tierras Vivas trekkers are accompanied by a Tierras Vivas Tour Guide. The aim of our Tour Guides is to take a hassle out of our customers’ trips and to help them to have the best trip possible. The Tour Guides provide information on places visited, offer suggestions of what to see and to do, recommend a good place to eat and introduce to his/her colleagues. The Guides have a broad general knowledge of each country visited during a tour, including historical, cultural, religious and social aspects. We also use local Tour Guides where we think that more specific knowledge could add more enjoyment to visited places.


Tierras Vivas is tour operator for the Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu since 2006. 

Accommodation in Machu Picchu

Accommodation during the 2 day Inca Trail Hike
These following hotels are used to accommodate you during your tour:


Hotel Wiracocha Machu Picchu

Retama Inn Machu Picchu Hotel


We spend a night in small locally owned hotel with private bathrooms and breakfast facilities (Double or Matrimonial room). All of the hotels we use in Aguas Calientes are located within walking distance of the train stations.



Hotel Wiracocha Machu Picchu

Hotel-Adventure-HouseHotel Retama Inn Machu Picchu


Single Accommodation: If you are traveling on your own, and would prefer to share a tent, we'll pair you with another trekker of the same gender and there will not be an extra cost. If you prefer to have a tent to yourself a surcharge of USD 50 will have to be paid. If you want an upgrade any service to the train or accommodation or do you want to stay extra night in Machu Picchu, contact us directly to for this to be done and confirmed to you.


IMPORTANT TO ACCOMMODATION: You must present your passport with the TAM immigration slip (copy) to all hotel accommodations. The national sales tax (18%) is charged to all Peruvian citizens and foreigners staying 60 consecutive days or more. In case the room is shared by both a taxable and non-taxable guest at the same time, the sales tax will be applied to the whole room. So please take every caution to not lose this piece of paper. You need to bring it to the Cusco office for your checking.


MACHU PICCHU HIKE UPGRADE HOTEL: If you would like to stay in a Hotel 3 star or more, you have to pay extra, the discount for your hotel on the Salkantay Trek is U$ 25 per person (Double or Single room) Please request this at the time of booking.



Sanctuary Lodge Machu Picchu

5 Stars Hotel

Single: U$ 1,500

Double: U$ 1,500


Casa Andina Machu Picchu

3 Stars Hotel

Single: U$ 218.5

Double: U$ 218.5


Tierra Viva Machu Picchu

3 Stars Hotel

Single: U$ 110

Double: U$ 150


Ferre Machu Picchu

3 Stars Hotel

Single: U$ 230

Double: U$ 230


Santuary Lodge Machu Picchu: The accommdation is Standard Patio

Casa Andina Machu Picchu: The accommdation is Standard Traditional

Tierra Viva Hotel Machu Picchu: The accommodation is Standard

Ferre Machu Picchu Hotel: The accommodation is Standard

Train Service & Transfer Included

On this hike is included the following train services: 

PeruRail - Expedition Train


Ollantaytambo - Machu Picchu

  Departure Arrival to Inca Trail
Expedition 81 06:10 07:40
Expedition 83 7:45 09:45


Machu Picchu to Cusco

  Departure Arrival to Ollantaytambo Arrival to Cusco
Expedition 74 14:55 16:31 18:30
Expedition 84 18:20 20:05 22:00
Expedition 86 20:50 22:50 23:50


IncaRail - The Voyager Train


Ollantaytambo - Machu Picchu

  Departure Arrival to Inca Trail
The Voyager 06:40 08:01
The Voyager 07:40 09:30


Machu Picchu to Cusco

  Departure Arrival to Ollantaytambo Arrival to Cusco
The Voyager 14:30 15:56 18:40
The Voyager 19:00 20:41 22:30
The Voyager 20:20 21:59 23:00


  • On the Expedition and The Voyager is not included extra service inside the train.
  • Our driver will drop off in your hotel.

UP GRADING Train service:

If you prefer Vistadome train or Machu Picchu Train 360 for this trek, the extra price is U$ 50 dollars. let us know before your booking your service.


Vistadome train Machu Picchu - Perurail

The Vistadome train have panoramic windows, which allows to appreciate the beautiful scenery along the route.Live an unforgettable experience of magic connection with nature on the Machu Picchu - Ollantaytambo route on the PeruRail Vistadome train. 


In the Vistadome service you can enjoy of: 

  • Long Stretch (from the Poroy Station, Cusco):
  • Outbound: Snack Service
  • Inbound: Snack Service
  • Short Stretch (from the Ollantaytambo Station):
  • Outbound: Light Snack Service
  • Inbound: Light Snack Service
  • Selection of hot or cold non-alcoholic drinks (one hot drink and one cold drink per person)

The 360 train Machu Picchu - Inca Rail

The only train in Peru with an entertainment app on board which will allow you to learn more about the train journey and the Inca civilization. Experience a unique way to travel to Machu Picchu, exploring the Andean landscape like never before with wider and taller panoramic windows and an observation outdoor carriage including a bar. Enjoy our appetizing selection of cold and warm drinks, prepared using fruit juices and Andean herbs, and our delicious gourmet and organic delights made with products from the Sacred Valley.



You can enjoy of:

  • Comfortable seats with tables in front
  • Bigger and wider panoramic windows
  • Outdoor carriage including a bar to enjoy the landscape
  • Gourmet and organic delights made with products from the Sacred Valley
  • InTrain entertainment system.

Passport Information to reserve the permit

If you want to reserve the Inca Trail. We can recommend to send your passport information such as full name, passport number, nationality and date of birthday. Once arrived the head trail, the park rangers will require your Inca Trail permit and your original passport. They will compare your personal information, but in case you send the wrong information, you can´t enter to the Inca Trail and you will need to pay the new entrance fee to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu (U$ 100).


Can you use the old passport to reserve the permit and then to change with new passport?

Yes, it is posssible, but it is very important to bring a copy of your old passport. When you will be in the Inca Trail, you can present your current passport and a copy of your old passport.

Starting point & Pick ups

2 Day Inca Trail is starting in Cusco, but if you spend a night outside of Cusco. Please check in our table of STARTING POINT & PICK UP.


Trip/ Hiking Starting point & pick up
Inca Trail  Cusco, Chinchero, Urubamba, Yanahuara, Ollantaytambo 
Salkantay Trek  Cusco
Lares Trek  Cusco, Pisac
Rainbow Mountain  Cusco
Ausagante Trek  Cusco
Choquequirao trek  Cusco
Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu   Cusco, Urubamba, Yanahuara, Ollantaytambo
Inca Quarry Trail  Cusco, Urubambam Yanahuara
Day tours  Only Cusco

Luggage Storage

If you have extra luggage, you can be left safely in your hotel in Cusco, in the Ollantaytambo train station or Tierras Vivas store luggage. if you decided in our store luggage, in the morning our driver will pick your luggage and He leave in our office and we will save 2 days and when you will return to Cusco, you can pick your luggage..

Machu Picchu & Huayna Picchu Mountain

The Machu Picchu Mountain, also known as 'Old Mountain', is the mountain on which the Inca Citadel was built. It is located at 3082 meters above sea level at almost 600 meters higher than the Inca City. The Inca citadel was denominated Machu Picchu to be located exactly in this mountain.

Today, the Machu Picchu Mountain is able to receive 800 daily tourists. These ascend the wide mountain roads from where you can see breathtaking views of the entire geography of the place. Its trails are ideal for traveling as a family. Unlike the Huayna Picchu mountain, the Machu Picchu Mountain roads are not as steep or have vertiginous gorges.


The Huayna Picchu or 'Young Mountain' is the mountain that is located to the north of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. It is the summit that stands out in the classic postcard of the Wonder of the World. It is located at 2693 meters above sea level, 300 meters higher than the Inca City. On its roads is the Temple of the Moon, a religious site carved on stone in a cave.

The Waynapicchu is one of the most requested adventures by the visitor. From the top you can see all the splendor of the Wonder of the World. It is the ideal place to take a selfie or the best photo. To reach it, you must ascend a narrow path to the margin of vertigo cliffs. It is considered one of the most incredible short walks in the world. However, only 400 people can enter it daily. For this they must acquire the Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu Ticket.


If you want to book the Huayna Picchu mountain, you need to pay the extra entrance fee to Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu, the price is U$ 80 per person. In case it is sold out the Huayna Picchu Picchu. Tierras Vivas will book the Machu Picchu mountain, this mountain is most beautiful of the Huayna Picchu

Backpacker for your Trekking

Generally speaking you should pack as lightly as will carry your luggage from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes town. We recommend keeping the weight under 5 kg/10lb (included personal clothes). You will need to carry daypack. You don´t take the sleeping bag, because you will spend a night in the hotel in Machu Picchu


If very important your take best cover backpacker, because the weather in Inca Trail is change every date, we can’t predict it raining or no. If you don’t have, we recommended to putting your clothes and other personal equipment inside the plastic bag.


Inca Trail Weather

Climate in Cusco: The highland region of Cusco has well defined winter and summer seasons. Winter days (June - August) are very sunny and warm, but the temperature drops to near freezing at night. Rainy season is from January to March. December and January are two of the nicest months for trekking with only the occasional shower and blooming flowers.


Cusco’s climate is divided into two seasons: the rainy season, from November to April (the heaviest rainfalls occurring usually between January – March); and the dry season, from May to September.


October. The dry season is colder, so temperatures can drop to below 0 degrees at night.


Inca Trail Weather

The wet season from November to April has a tropical downpour feel to it. Heavy, but the rain showers don't usually last long or the rain is often at night.


Along the Inca Trail (May to September - High tourist season), temperatures range from 20-35ºC during the day if it’s sunny, to 10-20ºC during the day if it´s not sunny and 5-15ºC at night in the Aguas Calientes town or Puente Ruinas campsite. At Wiñaywayna and Machu Picchu are lower altitude, temperatures are usually warmer though warm clothes are still recommended at night.


The Inca Trail is closed for maintanace all February. The low season can be a time when you can enjoy Salkantay Trek, Inka Jungle to Machu Picchu without the crowds. Mudslides are an occasional problem It's rare, but visitors have been stranded at Machu Picchu or between Aguas Calientes and Cusco if the slider blocks the way, usually the earth and mud is cleared away quickly and travel continues unimpeded.

Appropriate clothing along this hike

Hiking pants and T-shirts are recommended during the day, complemented by sweaters, fleeces and waterproof jackets. It is very convenient to have light raingear available in the daypack (rain poncho or jacket and/or rain pants) as the weather changes easily and rains can suddenly occur. At night, warm clothing is required, down jackets can be useful, otherwise a fleece and a jacket. During the day (if sunny) and in Machu Picchu, convertible hiking pants are useful, as can be switched into shorts if necessary. Machu Picchu has a warm climate, getting only cold at night. The rest of necessary implements are included in the “What we recommend that you bring” list.

Short Inca Trail Suggest Items

  • Original passport,
  • Original ISIC (an international student card if applicable)
  • Travel insurance,
  • Pocket money in Nuevos Soles,
  • A small rucksack,
  • Rain gear (a rain-jacket and a waterproof trousers),
  • Resistible footwear, waterproof trekking shoes are recommended,
  • Sandals (for a higher comfort while at a campsite),
  • Warm clothes such as a jacket, a fleece (thermal clothing is also recommended for cold nights during camping),
  • Hat or a cap (to protect you against the Sun, rain as well as cold),
  • Sun cream or sun block,
  • After-sun cream or hydrating cream for face and body,
  • Insect repellent – recommended minimum is 20% DEET (please note that no malaria cases have been reported during this trip!),
  • Camera and its charger/batteries (please note that batteries are consumed quickly under cold conditions),
  • Flashlight/headlamp + batteries,
  • Handkerchiefs and toilet paper,
  • Small towel and toiletries,
  • Sufficient reserve of underwear,
  • Swimsuit (to visit the thermal baths of Aguas Calientes),
  • Snacks (biscuits, energy bars, chocolate, raw fruits, muesli, etc.)
    Please note: we do provide a daily morning snack and our meal service is very complete and well supplied. The recommendation of taken own snack applies only for customers who like a specific snack that might not be in our menu.
  • Bottled water for the first morning and a water bottle to be refill.
  • Optional: walking sticks; you can also rent it from us,
  • Please note: we provide with filtered boiled water during the entire trek, but if you like to use water from streams along the trail, you need to take some water-purifying tablets with you.


  • Daily departures (except in the month of February, which maintain the Inca Trail hike).
  • At the time of booking all of the personal details must match with those of your passport or identity document.
  • It is mandatory to carry the passport or original document with which you made the reservation during the entire Inca Trail hike.
  • In case of students, it is mandatory to carry the original ISIC Card along with the passport during the Inca Trail.
  • In case of finding fraudulent and / or expired ISICs, the entrance to the Inca Trail network will be denied without claim or refund.
  • The return train schedule may vary according to availability.
  • Tips for guides, cooks and porters are not included in the price of the tour.

Book Short Inca Trail 2020

Reserve your space now for the Inca Trail 2020; Remember that the famous  Inca Trail has only 300 spaces per day. The beginning of the sale of spaces for March, AprilMay, JuneJuly 2020 begins in October 2020. Take advantage of the Inca Trail experience now! or reserve 5 months in advance. Write to:


2 day Inca Trail Hike with Camping

2 day Inca Trail Hike with Camping

2 day Inca Trail hike with camping is one of hike list experience for anyone planning a trip to Machu Picchu. It gives you a taste of the Classic Inca Trail hike but takes half the time and requires less than half the physical exertion This hike involves 2 day hike on the Short trail to Machu Picchu and 1 night camping in the Puente ruinas. Visit our Inca Trail Hike 2 day with Camping

2 Day Luxury Inca Trail

2 Day Luxury Inca Trail

The 2 Day Luxury Inca trail hike is one of the most comfort hiking to Machu Picchu. In this hike are inclusion the luxury hotel in Machu Picchu, luxury train, proffesional guide, chef and porters. Taste the buffet lunch in Wiñaywayna. In the night see the stars of the sky of the Machu Picchu from your hotel and wake up early morning and view the sunrise from your hotel. Have a breakfast near to mystical citadel. Explore the lost city of the Incas and the mountains. Book Online the Luxury Inca Trail Hike

Machu Picchu overnight 2 days

Machu Picchu overnight  2 days

For a more relaxed travel style, this trip includes transportation to and from Ollantaytambo station, the train to and from Aguas Calientes, a bus to and from Machu Picchu, and a guided tour of the ancient city. There is also free time for a variety of optional activities, including hiking Huayna Picchu, visiting the hot springs, and exploring Machu Picchu individually. This is the most no-nonsense Machu Picchu trip, and is a good option those who are unable to or uninterested in taking the Inca trail.
Machu Picchu 2 Days

Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu 2 Days

Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu 2 Days

Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu tour involves the experience of visiting the famous Pisac Market, Pisac Ruins and Ollantaytambo archeological site. Then you will take the train to Machu Picchu and spend one night in Aguas Calientes before visiting the site the next day. The next day you will wake up early and take the bus up to Machu Picchu. There, you will visit the Machu Picchu city and have the chance to climb Huayna Picchu mountain (must be purchased in advance) or walk around the ruins. Book Online the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 3 days

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 3 days

This world famous trek to the even more widely known Wonder of the World, the lost Incan city, passes through the variety of climates and ecosystems that are in such close proximity in Peru. It includes visits to a multitude of other Incan sites along the path, and from 4,200 meters above sea level to 2, 680. This trek begins at Km 82. The final day of hiking is a very early morning, in order to see Machu Picchu at sunrise. Unlike other, longer trips along the Inca trail, there is no night in a hotel in Aguas Calientes, and travelers instead return home via train on the third day.

Inca Trail Machu Picchu

Sacred Valley & Short Inca Trail 3 days

Sacred Valley & Short Inca Trail 3 days

The 3 day Sacred Valley to Short Inca Trail was created for the all adventure travellers.  This tour involve the traditional Sacred Valley tour (Pisac Market, Pisac and Ollantaytambo) and the part of the Inca Trail, Chachabamba, Wiñaywayna, Intipunko (Sungate) and Machu Picchu. If you want, you can add the camping in Aguas Calientes town. Book Online the Sacred Valley to Short Inca Trail tour.

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per person
$ 450.00
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