Inca Trail 4 Days 3 Nights

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Pacaymayu (3600 masl).[/mpc_icon_column][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][mpc_icon_list mpc_icon__icon=”eti eti_box-checked” mpc_icon__icon_color=”#87d37c” mpc_icon__hover_icon=”eti eti_check_alt2″ mpc_icon__hover_icon_color=”#87d37c” mpc_icon__mpc_tooltip__border_divider=”true” mpc_icon__mpc_tooltip__border_css=”border-color:undefined;border-style:undefined;” mpc_icon__mpc_tooltip__padding_divider=”true” font_color=”#888888″ font_size=”14″ font_line_height=”1″ list=”%5B%7B%22title%22%3A%22Huayllabamba-Warmiwañusca%22%2C%22icon_type%22%3A%22icon%22%7D%2C%7B%22title%22%3A%22Warmiwañusca -Pacaymayu%22%2C%22icon_type%22%3A%22icon%22%7D%2C%7B%22title%22%3A%22Pacaymayu- lunch- dinner- camping.%22%2C%22icon_type%22%3A%22icon%22%7D%5D”][/vc_column][/vc_row] [vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][mpc_icon_column layout=”style_3″ alignment=”left” title_font_color=”#323232″ title_font_size=”20″ title_font_line_height=”1″ title_font_transform=”uppercase” title_font_align=”center” title=”” title_margin_divider=”true” title_margin_css=”margin-bottom:0px;” content_font_color=”#444444″ content_font_size=”16″ content_font_line_height=”1″ content_font_align=”center” mpc_icon__icon_type=”character” mpc_icon__icon_preset=”mpc_preset_93″ mpc_icon__icon_character=”3″ mpc_icon__icon_color=”#ffffff” mpc_icon__icon_size=”90″ mpc_icon__background_type=”image” mpc_icon__background_image=”2195″ mpc_icon__background_position=”top-center” mpc_icon__background_image_size=”” mpc_icon__background_size=”cover” mpc_icon__border_divider=”true” mpc_icon__border_css=”border-color:#83d4e2;border-style:solid;border-radius:999px;” mpc_icon__padding_css=”padding:2px;” mpc_icon__margin_divider=”true” mpc_icon__margin_css=”margin-right:10px;margin-bottom:25px;margin-left:10px;” mpc_icon__hover_icon_type=”character” mpc_icon__hover_icon_preset=”mpc_preset_93″ mpc_icon__hover_icon_character=”” mpc_icon__hover_background_type=”image” mpc_icon__hover_background_position=”top-center” mpc_icon__hover_background_image_size=”” mpc_icon__hover_background_color=”#df5461″ mpc_icon__hover_border_divider=”true” mpc_icon__hover_border_css=”border-color:#308794;border-style:solid;border-radius:999px;” mpc_divider__disable=”true” mpc_divider__width=”13″]Pacaymayo-Runcuracay, 3900 m. Sayacmarca- Phuyupatamarca (the city of clouds). And camp through the ruins of Wiñay Wayna (always young), the last camp at 2500 meters above sea level.[/mpc_icon_column][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][mpc_icon_list mpc_icon__icon=”eti eti_box-checked” mpc_icon__icon_color=”#87d37c” mpc_icon__hover_icon=”eti eti_check_alt2″ mpc_icon__hover_icon_color=”#87d37c” mpc_icon__mpc_tooltip__border_divider=”true” mpc_icon__mpc_tooltip__border_css=”border-color:undefined;border-style:undefined;” mpc_icon__mpc_tooltip__padding_divider=”true” font_color=”#888888″ font_size=”14″ font_line_height=”1″ list=”%5B%7B%22title%22%3A%22Pacaymayo-Runcuracay, 3900 masl. 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Day 1: CUSCO -WAYLLABAMBA :

At 06.00 in the morning we will pick you up from the hotel in the car that will take us to kilometer 82, where we will arrive approx. at 9.00 a.m. We continue with the control of the tickets and weight to carry and then start the walk. This first day is beautiful and the first kilometers are easy to walk. We will have a beautiful view of the snowy Veronica and we will also walk near the Vilcanota River until we reach the archaeological complex of Llactapata, after lunch we continue walking to our first camp in Wayllabamba we will have a hot drink with snacks and prepare to spend the night after of a good dinner.

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DAY 2: Huayllabamba - Pacaymayu

After breakfast, the Inca trail takes us to the highest point, passing through different climatic and ecological zones as we ascend the Warmiwañusca mountain pass (4200 masl). The hike will be uphill to the pass and in the first section we will see a lot of native vegetation and as we continue to climb along the path, you will see less vegetation, as we move towards the highest point. After approximately 5 hours, we reach the top of the mountain and stop to rest and take the classic photos of this majestic landscape. We begin our descent to the camp, located an hour downhill in the Pacaymayu Valley (3600 masl) where we have lunch, dinner and rest. Overnight.

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Day 3: Pacaymayu - Wiñay wayna.

Pacaymayo-Runcuracay, 3900 m. Sayacmarca- Phuyupatamarca (the city of clouds). And camp through the ruins of Wiñay Wayna (always young), the last camp at 2500 meters above sea level.

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Day 4: Wiñay Wayna - Machupicchu – Cusco

Early wake up in the morning to walk (5:00) and begin the last section of the magical Inca Trail. From Wiñay Wayna to Intipunku is an easy hike, followed by a flat road, which winds through comfortably lit bushes and forests. In less than an hour, we reach Intipunku (the Puerta del Sol), through the rectangular door you can see Machu Picchu. From the Puerta del Sol, a road leads downhill, for approximately one hour, directly to the entrance of Machu Picchu. The tour lasts two hours and we usually offer a short free time afterwards. Once we visited Machupicchu, we take the 18:20 train to arrive at Ollantaytambo around 20:10 and we get on a 1 hour and a half bus to Cusco.

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