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This trip fort those people who do not have a lot of time or who wish to participate in a short hike. We start the trip from the locality of Chinchero by first visiting the textiles that local women have maintained since ancient times. Afterwards, we will begin our hike to the valley or Urquillos where we will walk the ancient path of our ancestors. Once in the valley, the views of the Andes and its huge cultivation fields become even more spectacular. This hike is relatively easy.



On this day your will be picked up from your hotel at seven in the morning and we’ll move in our private van to the village of Chinchero (3,760 MASL.) We will first visit a house where we can appreciate how women typical of this region dyed wool, highlighting the natural and colorful colors typical of this place as well as other Andean towns.
Later we will go to visit the archaeological center which was one of the resting places of the leader Inca Pachacutec. The hike is through a stretch of approximately 9 km on the Inca trail. On the way you can see landscapes, waterfalls and canals. It is also an important place in the valley, as it has a microclimate conducive to planting the best corn in the Sacred Valley. There are also a conglomerate of haciendas which belonged to the most important Incas of the Empire, which were later distributed among the high command of the Spanish army. Finally, after enjoying the hike and the village of Urquillos, we meet our transportation which will await us and then head to Ollantaytambo, passing through the towns of Calca, Yucay and Urubamba. Ollantaytambo is where we will continue by train to Aguas Calientes village. Accommodation in the hotel.


After taking the early breakfast we will be on a bus to the citadel of MACHUPICCHU located at 2450 M.A.S.L. where we will have a guided tour, then we have a free time to visit this enigmatic place. In the afternoon we will go down by bus to the town of Aguas Calientes where we will have lunch, then take the train back to Ollantaytambo where our mobility awaits us to take you back to the city of Cusco.


Walking sticks $10.00 USD (pair) for the whole trip.

Huayna Picchu: If you are interested in ascending to this famous mountain of Huayna Picchu, where you can see a beautiful view of the entire citadel of Machupicchu, there is an additional cost of $75.00 per person to be able to buy your entry ticket. These spaces are limited and you must confirm and thus be able to reserve your ticket of entry depending on the availability of spaces that the Ministry of Culture grants.

VistaDomeTrain: Our price includes a return train ticket in the expedition service, but if you want to improve your service to the Vistadome train the price is $55.00 USD per person.


Recommended for: Those people who want to experience their way of living together with the local Andean people and an excellent place to take some unforgettable photos of their trip.
NOT RECOMMENDED.- For people suffering from obesity and with poor physical conditions, as well as people suffering from respiratory arrest problems
Location: Vilcanota mountain range Cusco
Difficulty level:  Easy – Moderate depending on your physical level.
Duration:  ½ Day
Max height: 3,760 m. / 12,335 feet
Acclimatization: To be able to perform it is necessary that you are well acclimatized so we recommend you not to have this altitude sickness to spend at least 2 days in the city of Cusco or surroundings before starting this incredible adventure.
About the spaces: In order to carry out this activity, it does not require permits, which we always have spaces but nevertheless it will be better to make the reservation months before to be able to secure the entrance tickets to the citadel of Machupicchu and the train tickets.
Distance: 9 km / 6.5 miles
Weather: cold / warm tropical
Departures: All Year. – Except January-February (for rainy season and bad weather)
Overnight: Camp / Hotel Depending on its category).



  • Briefing one day before the hike.
  • Pick up from your hotel by private bus to Chinchero starting point of the hike.
  • Food: 1 breakfast, 1 box lunch, 1 dinner.
  • Bilingual Professional Guide (English-Spanish) throughout the tour.
  • Transportation: Urquillos – Ollantaytambo.
  • Return transport Ollantaytambo – Cusco.
  • Train tickets and return Ollantaytambo-Aguas calientes-Ollantaytambo.
  • Bus Ticket uphill-descent of Aguas Calientes-Machupicchu.
  • Entrance Ticket to Machupicchu.
  • 1 night Hotel in Aguas calientes
  • First aid equipment oxygen tank, emergency kit and radios.
  • Vegetarian option without any additional cost.

Not Include


  • Breakfast 1st day.
  • Walking sticks can be rented at our office ($ 30.00 for the entire trip).
  • Ascent to the Wayna Picchu and Machupicchu Mountain (add $85.00).
  • Optional upgrade (train) for Vistadome (add $. 55.00).
  • Lunch-dinner last day.
  • Tips (Guides-carriers).
  • Extra expenses.


Times depend a lot on the train schedule you are given. You have to arrive at least half an hour before your train’s departure at the station. Rates are subject to any increase or readjustment as determined by the Ministry of Culture and PERU RAIL S. A (railway company).

What you should take:

Passengers should carry the following personal items:
Travel insurance, personal items, first aid kit, fever/ upset stomach/altitude sickness pills, water purifier, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, rain ponchos, canes, hiking boots, camera, cap for the sun and the cold, thermal clothes for in the night and light clothing for the day, money (at personal discretion) and original documents: Passport, DNI, and for students, their original ISIC card.



Alimentación: Desayuno, almuerzo, Lonche y Cena.
Alojamiento: Campamento.
Altitud máxima: 3.300 m / 10.824 pies.
Altitud mínima: 2.680 m / 8.790 pies.
Distancia recorrida: 12 km / 7.5 millas  aproximadamente.
Tiempo aproximado de caminata: 6 -7 horas.
Nivel de Dificultad: Moderada.
Disponible: Ducha fría en el camping.

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