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Friendly locals, rich culture, tropical rainforests, gastronomic delights and ancient archaeological sites are just some of the wonderful things that await you in Peru. Whether you’re sipping on a Pisco Sour cocktail with the locals in Lima, independently exploring the streets of Cusco, bobbing on the floating islands of Lake Titicaca or following in the footsteps of the Incas along ancient trails, our 14 night tour of Peru will leave you feeling like a true adventurer.

The Inca Trail is the ultimate travel bucket list endeavour and is ideal for anyone who wants to combine the cultural highlights of Peru while testing the limits of the mind, body and the spirit on one of the world’s best known hikes. Stunning mountain scenery, dense cloud-forests, subtropical jungle and a captivating mix of Inca ruins and tunnels will be in store for you as you spend 4 days trekking towards the magical UNESCO World Heritage site of Machu Picchu.

Staying in a combination of hotels and overnight camps, this small group tour with a difference is not for the faint-hearted. However, if you are looking to make travel memories to last a lifetime, then look no further than our small group adventure tour to Peru.

Please note: In order to regulate the number of people walking along the Inca Trail it is necessary to obtain an Inca Trail permit. There are a limited numbers of these permits available each day so early booking is essential. TDactive Holidays include an Inca Trail permit in the cost of your holiday however due to the popularity of the Inca Trail; these permits can sell out quickly for certain months. We therefore recommend booking your holiday 6 – 8 months in advance. Once your deposit is paid and your passport details are provided, TDactive Holidays will endeavour to obtain a permit for you. If Inca Trail permits are unavailable, we also offer an alternative route to Machu Picchu along the Lares trek.

 

Practical Information for this holiday

Currency
Nuevo sol (PEN)    
Local Time
UTC – 5.  Peru is 5 hours behind Ireland  / UK in winter, 6 hours in summer.
Passport/Visa
A visa is not required for Irish/UK passport holders. Non Irish/UK passport holders should check their entry requirements.
Airport

The airport is located 44km from the city centre of Lima. Journey time to the city is around 50 minutes.

Please note that an international Departure Tax of approx $31 is payable in Lima airport on departure.

Climate

In general, warm in the north, a little colder to the centre and south. The rains are almost nonexistent, with the exception of the north, where strong rains are present in summer months. In September, the average temperature for both Lima and Cuzco is 22°.

Please note: Altitude sickness is common at high altitudes. Some visitors to Cuzco will suffer from symptoms that will generally disappear through acclimatization. If you suffer from high blood pressure, anaemia, respiratory problems or heart disease it is recommended to consult with your doctor before travelling.

Food & Drink
Corn, potatoes, avocados and chilies are mainstays of the Peruvian diet, while pork and chicken are popular meats. Seafood lovers will enjoy ‘ceviche’, raw fresh fish marinated in citrus juices. The national drink is Pisco Sour, a delicious cocktail made with Pisco (a local brandy), lime juice, egg white and syrup. Good wine and beer is also produced in Peru.
Vaccinations
Vaccinations are required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Average Prices for Region
  • Coffee: 7.50S
  • Beer: 5.00S
  • Glass of wine: 8.00S
  • Meal: 12S
  • Soft Drink: 2.60S
  • Bottled Water: 2.60S
  • €1 = 3.47S
Recommended packing list for the Inca Trail Trek
  • Passport – You must take your passport with you during the Inca Trail Trek. A photocopy is not sufficient. It is advisable to keep your passport in a plastic bag in case of rain.
  • Sleeping bag – these will be available to rent locally for a fee of approximately USD$35 pp or you may take your own with you.
  • Silk sleeping bag liner - Especially recommended if you plan to rent a sleeping bag but can also give your own bag added warmth.
  • Walking sticks – These are not required but rather are a personal preference. These will be available to rent locally for a fee of approximately USD$35 pp
  • Head torch (essential)
  • Spare batteries / mobile phone power bank- there are no electrical outlets on the Inca Trail so make sure you fully charge camera and phone as well as having some spare batteries.
  • Day bag
  • Waterproof, well worn-in walking boots
  • Rain jacket
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Sweater
  • Jacket
  • Small lightweight umbrella
  • Ziplock or plastic bags
  • Toilet paper
  • Small towel
  • Wet wipes
  • Basic personal toiletries
  • Water bottle
  • Warm clothing for night time
  • Thermal underwear
  • Walking clothing in layers – e.g. zip off trousers, fleece, T-shirts
  • Any personal medication
  • Basic first aid kit - Bandaids, Imodium, paracetamol, rehydration sachets etc
  • Snacks are provided during the trek but you may like to bring some extra energy bars, trail mix or chocolate just in case.
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunhat
  • Tropical strength insect repellent
  • Antiseptic hand gel
  • Swimwear for the Aguas Calientes hot pools
  • Flip-flops or sandals
  • Cash in Peruvian local currency or US Dollars
Recommended Reading/Viewing

Eight feet in the Andes by Dervla Murphy

Temple by Matthew Reilly

The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder

Holiday highlights

Lima

Once called the ‘City of Kings,’ Lima is known for its friendly locals, rich culture, unique history and gastronomic delights. Lima has so much to offer from modern art museums, beautiful beach boardwalks, ancient archaeological sites and an abundance of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. We recommend wandering the charming streets and trying out some traditional food and drink with the locals. Ceviche, is a famous Peruvian seafood dish typically made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, with sliced onions, chili peppers and coriander which goes perfect with the famous Peruvian cocktail, Pisco Sour.

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable body of water, is situated in the Andes Mountains on the border between Peru and Bolivia. It is well known for its stunning, shimmering blue waters. Home to the Uros Floating Islands, made of reeds, rising six meters above the lake level, & Taquile Island, Lake Titicaca is the ideal place to relax and unwind during a trip to Peru. 

Machu Picchu

Set against an unforgettable backdrop, the magical city of Machu Picchu is framed by a twisting gorge and forested peaks. Despite its popularity among tourists, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Machu Picchu still retains an air of mystery and authenticity. Despite countless studies, knowledge of this 15th century Inca site remains incomplete. Some believe the citadel was founded in the waning years of the last Incas as an attempt to preserve their culture, while others think it may have been a royal palace, abandoned at the time of the Spanish invasion. Reaching Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate on the final stretch of the Inca Trail is sure to be a travel memory you will never forget.

The Inca Trail

The Inca Trail is sure to be the highlight of any adventure to Peru and is the ultimate travel bucket list endeavour. The Inca Trail is ideal for anyone who wants to combine the cultural highlights of Peru while testing the limits of the mind, body and the spirit on one of the world’s best known hikes. Offering a combination of stunning mountain scenery, dense cloud-forests, and subtropical jungle the Inca Trail will bring you through a captivating mix of Inca paving stones, ruins and tunnels towards Machu Picchu. If you are up for a challenge, then the Inca Trail is the hike for you.

 

Practical Information for this holiday

Currency
Nuevo sol (PEN)    
Local Time
UTC – 5.  Peru is 5 hours behind Ireland  / UK in winter, 6 hours in summer.
Passport/Visa
A visa is not required for Irish/UK passport holders. Non Irish/UK passport holders should check their entry requirements.
Airport

The airport is located 44km from the city centre of Lima. Journey time to the city is around 50 minutes.

Please note that an international Departure Tax of approx $31 is payable in Lima airport on departure.

Climate

In general, warm in the north, a little colder to the centre and south. The rains are almost nonexistent, with the exception of the north, where strong rains are present in summer months. In September, the average temperature for both Lima and Cuzco is 22°.

Please note: Altitude sickness is common at high altitudes. Some visitors to Cuzco will suffer from symptoms that will generally disappear through acclimatization. If you suffer from high blood pressure, anaemia, respiratory problems or heart disease it is recommended to consult with your doctor before travelling.

Food & Drink
Corn, potatoes, avocados and chilies are mainstays of the Peruvian diet, while pork and chicken are popular meats. Seafood lovers will enjoy ‘ceviche’, raw fresh fish marinated in citrus juices. The national drink is Pisco Sour, a delicious cocktail made with Pisco (a local brandy), lime juice, egg white and syrup. Good wine and beer is also produced in Peru.
Vaccinations
Vaccinations are required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Average Prices for Region
  • Coffee: 7.50S
  • Beer: 5.00S
  • Glass of wine: 8.00S
  • Meal: 12S
  • Soft Drink: 2.60S
  • Bottled Water: 2.60S
  • €1 = 3.47S
Recommended packing list for the Inca Trail Trek
  • Passport – You must take your passport with you during the Inca Trail Trek. A photocopy is not sufficient. It is advisable to keep your passport in a plastic bag in case of rain.
  • Sleeping bag – these will be available to rent locally for a fee of approximately USD$35 pp or you may take your own with you.
  • Silk sleeping bag liner - Especially recommended if you plan to rent a sleeping bag but can also give your own bag added warmth.
  • Walking sticks – These are not required but rather are a personal preference. These will be available to rent locally for a fee of approximately USD$35 pp
  • Head torch (essential)
  • Spare batteries / mobile phone power bank- there are no electrical outlets on the Inca Trail so make sure you fully charge camera and phone as well as having some spare batteries.
  • Day bag
  • Waterproof, well worn-in walking boots
  • Rain jacket
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Sweater
  • Jacket
  • Small lightweight umbrella
  • Ziplock or plastic bags
  • Toilet paper
  • Small towel
  • Wet wipes
  • Basic personal toiletries
  • Water bottle
  • Warm clothing for night time
  • Thermal underwear
  • Walking clothing in layers – e.g. zip off trousers, fleece, T-shirts
  • Any personal medication
  • Basic first aid kit - Bandaids, Imodium, paracetamol, rehydration sachets etc
  • Snacks are provided during the trek but you may like to bring some extra energy bars, trail mix or chocolate just in case.
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunhat
  • Tropical strength insect repellent
  • Antiseptic hand gel
  • Swimwear for the Aguas Calientes hot pools
  • Flip-flops or sandals
  • Cash in Peruvian local currency or US Dollars
Recommended Reading/Viewing

Eight feet in the Andes by Dervla Murphy

Temple by Matthew Reilly

The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder

Trip Itinerary - Day by day

Day 1 – Travel to Peru

Morning

Travel to Peru

Begin your adventure with a flight to Lima, Peru’s lively sea side capital city. Situated above a stunning coastline of rugged cliffs, Lima offers a striking contrast between high-rise modern buildings and pre-Columbian temples.

Evening

Arrival in Lima

On arrival in Lima you will be met by your local expert guide and transferred to your hotel which is situated in the Miraflores District. Lying just south of downtown Lima, the Miraflores District is is the ideal base for a stay in Lima. It is an affluent area that is home to many restaurants, bars, nightclubs as well as shops, theatres, cinemas and art galleries.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Lima’s Miraflores District (3 nights)

Day 2 - Explore Lima

Early morning

Explore Lima

Explore a traditional market in the Miraflores district where you will discover and taste a number of exotic fruits originally from Peru. You will learn about key ingredients used in Peruvian cuisines, such as the immense variety of potatoes, herbs, chili peppers and other flavorful additions. Also, you will see first-hand the fresh offer of fish coming straight from Peru's coast that serve as the centerpiece for many delicious native seafood dishes.Then, you will learn the tricks to make a perfect Pisco Sour before heading to the Chef’s table where you will discover the secrets to an excellent ceviche from a professional chef. After the cooking class, you will have the chance to enjoy your own creation of Peru’s most famous cocktail and dish as today’s lunch. Your local expert guide will be happy to suggest local restaurants, bars and sightseeing to keep you entertained.

Afternoon

At leisure

You will have the remainder of the day at leisure to spend as you wish in Lima. Speak to your local expert guide for top tips on where to eat, drink and explore independently.

Day 3 - Lima at leisure

Full day

At leisure

You will have one full day at leisure in Lima to explore this buzzing city at your own pace. Once called the ‘City of Kings,’ Lima is known for its friendly locals, rich culture, unique history and gastronomic delights. Visit one of the many art museums, relax at the beach, stroll along the beautiful boardwalks or learn about times gone by at one of Lima’s archaeological sites. Or you may simply wander the streets trying out the tasty cuisine. One thing is for sure, you will be spoiled for choice for things to see and do in Lima.

Day 4 – Explore Cusco

Full day

Fly to Cusco

After some time at leisure you will transfer to Lima airport for your internal flight to Cusco. The cosmopolitan city of Cusco is the gateway to the awe-inspiring ancient city of Machu Picchu and the undisputed archaeological capital of South America.

Evening

At leisure

On arrival in Cusco you will transfer to your hotel where you will have the remainder of the evening to settle in to your new surroundings. Once the most important city of the Inca Empire, Cusco is South America’s oldest continuously inhabited city and is home to ornate cathedrals, Inca temples and impressive ancient ruins.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in the Cusco (2 nights)

Day 5 – Cusco at leisure

At leisure

Full day

You will have a full day at leisure in the city of Cusco so you have time to acclimatise to the altitude. You can take things at a relaxing pace as you stroll along the narrow cobblestone streets or perhaps you would like to independently explore the breath-taking ruins of the original city of Cusco, including Kenko, Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman, at your own pace. Your local guide will be happy to make suggestions to suit your interests.

Day 6 – Trek the Inca Trail (Piscacucho to Wayllabamba)

Full day

Trek Piscacucho to Wayllabamba

Today you will embark on what is sure to be the highlight of your adventure to Peru, as you begin your challenging 4 day trek along the Inca Trail towards Machu Picchu. The Inca Trail is the ultimate travel bucket list endeavour, and is ideal for anyone who wants to combine the cultural highlights of Peru with the while testing the limits of the mind, body and the spirit on one of the world’s best known hikes. Over the next 4 days you will trek through a combination of stunning mountain scenery, dense cloud-forests, and subtropical jungle. You will also encounter a captivating mix Inca paving stones, ruins and tunnels. Early in the morning drive through the spectacular Sacred Valley of the Incas to the beginning of the Inca Trail at KM 82 of the Machupicchu railroad. From here you will set out by foot with your local expert guide, crossing a footbridge and taking hike down in to the Urubamba Canyon. Along the way you will pass imposing sculpted Inca farming terraces and the settlement of Llaqtapata on the banks of the Cusichaca River. Following this there will be climb from Cusichaca valley up to Wayllabamba, the last inhabited village on the trail. Wayllabamba is where you will camp for the night with your local expert guide, porters and fellow travellers. Lunch and dinner are included during all trekking days.

Please note

Today is classed as a moderately difficult hike. The duration spent trekking will be between 5 – 6 hours. The approximate distance covered by foot will be 12km. The maximum altitude of the day will be 3,000 m. The campsite is located at 3,000m above sea level.

Overnight

Accommodation

Overnight camp at Wayllabamba on the Inca Trail (1 night)

Day 7 - Trek the Inca Trail (Wayllabamba to Pakasmayu)

Full day

Trek Wayllabamba to Pakasmayu

After breakfast at the camp site you will begin a climb of the steep-sided Llulluchapampa valley. Trek past a rushing stream and through enchanted native polylepis woodland before crossing the rim of a small plateau to suddenly enter in to the treeless grasslands high in the Andes. The trail traverses an open slope opposite mighty mountain crags as you ascend to the first and highest pass, Warmiwañusca. Also known as Dead Woman’s Pass, it sits at 4,200m above sea level and offers spectacular views of the trail ahead to the second pass and looking back the snow peaks and valleys of the Huayanay massif can be seen. Continuing along the trail will lead to the floor of the forested Pakasmayu valley which will be the camping location for tonight.

Please note

Today is classed as challenging hike. The duration spent trekking will be between 6 - 7 hours. The approximate distance covered by foot will be 11km. The maximum altitude of the day will be 4,200 m. The campsite is located at 3,500m above sea level.

Overnight

Accommodation

Overnight camp at Pakasmayu Valley (1 night)

Day 8 - Trek the Inca Trail (Pakasmayu to Winay Wayna)

Full day

Trek Pakasmayu to Winaywayna

After breakfast, start the morning with a climb up an Inca stairway and ascend again past the small Inca site of Runkuracay. Upon reaching the second pass, the landscape opens onto spectacular new views to the snowpeaks of the Pumasillo range. From here you will descend to the ruins of Sayacmarca, an intricate labyrinth of houses, plazas and water channels, perched precariously on a rocky spur overlooking the Aobamba Valley. The Inca trail, now a massive buttressed structure of granite paving stones, continues along the steep upper fringes of the cloud forest through a colourful riot of orchids, bromeliads, mosses and ferns. Upon reaching the third pass you will overlook the archaeological complex of Phuyupatamarca. There will be some time to explore the wondrous maze of Inca stone towers, fountains and stairways that spill down the mountainside here as you begin the long descent through the ever-changing layers of cloud forest. An Inca stairway partly cut from living granite will lead to the final camp site by the ruins of Winay Wayna, the largest and most exquisite of the Inca Trail sites.

Please note

Today is classed as a challenging hike. The duration spent trekking will be approximately 8 hours. The approximate distance covered by foot will be 16km. The maximum altitude of the day will be 3,900 m. The campsite is located at 2,650m above sea level.

Overnight

Accommodation

Overnight camp at Winay Wayna (1 night)

Day 9 - Trek the Inca Trail (Winay Wayna to Machu Picchu)

Full day

Trek Winay Wayna to Machu Picchu

This morning you will rise very early to take a hike across a steep mountainside through lush, humid cloud-forest of giant ferns and broad-leaf vegetation towards the cross the threshold of Intipunku, also known as the Sun Gate. It is here that mist-shrouded views of Machu Picchu prove to all who make it that the climb was definitely worth it. Encounter an unforgettable backdrop as a twisting gorge and forested peaks frame the magical city of Machu Picchu. Despite its popularity among tourists, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Machu Picchu still retains an air of mystery and authenticity. Despite countless studies, knowledge of this 15th century Inca site remains incomplete. Some believe the citadel was founded in the waning years of the last Incas as an attempt to preserve their culture, while others think it may have been a royal palace, abandoned at the time of the Spanish invasion. Complete the final leg down to the royal flagstone walkway, passing outlying shrines and buildings and into end in the heart of Machu Picchu. Enjoy a guided tour of Machu Picchu exploring the main highlights as well as some of the hidden nooks and crannies. In the early afternoon, transfer by bus to the small town of Aguas Calientes, where you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to recuperate after your epic trek.

Please note

Today is classed as a moderate hike. The duration spent trekking will be approximately 2 hours. The approximate distance covered by foot will be 4km. The maximum altitude of the day will be 2,700 m.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Aguas Calientes (1 night)

Day 10 – Explore Aguas Calientes

Morning

Explore Aguas Calientes

You will have a morning at leisure to explore Aguas Calientes independently. Also known as Machu Picchu Pueblo, this small town lies in a deep gorge below the ruins of Machu Pichhu. Check out the thermal baths, grab a bite to eat in one of the local restaurants or simply wander around the shops and craft markets. The choice is all yours.

Afternoon

Return to Cusco

In the afternoon you will return to Cusco by Expedition train and upon arrival you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to spend as you wish. Your local guide will be happy to suggest sightseeing and local restaurants to suit your taste.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in the Cusco (2 nights)

Day 11 – Cusco at leisure

Full day

Cusco at leisure

You will have a full day at leisure in Cusco for independent exploration. This is the perfect time to do any last minute shopping or sightseeing in the city or sample some more of the famous Peruvian cuisine at one of the many authentic restaurants.

Day 12 - Cusco to Puno

Early morning

South Valley of Cusco

Early in the morning it will be time to say goodbye to Cusco as you embark on the journey to Puno, passing through the stunning scenery of the South Valley of Cusco en route. A number of sightseeing and comfort stops will be made along the way, including a stop for lunch at a local restaurant to sample traditional food and a stop at at La Raya, highest point on the road between Cusco and Puno. (Driving duration: approximately 10 hours / Driving distance 387 km)

Late afternoon

Puno

You will arrive in to Puno in the late afternoon and will have the remainder of the day at leisure to settle in to your new surroundings. Puno lies on South America’s largest lake, Lake Titicaca, and is a regional trading hub. The city is also considered Peru's "folkloric capital," due to its traditional festivals featuring vibrant music and dancing.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star in Puno (2 nights)

Day 13 – Explore Lake Titicaca

Morning

Uros Floating Islands

Today you will have a full day excursion around Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable body of water, taking in in the Uros Floating Islands & Taquile Island. Lake Titicaca, situated in the Andes Mountains on the border between Peru and Bolivia, you will have the chance to admire its stunning, shimmering blue waters. The Uros Floating Islands are made of reeds, rising six meters above the lake level. They are anchored by logs and connected to each other by ropes. The main activities of the people who live here are fishing and handcrafting several items that they sell to visitors. Transfer to Taquile Island which is well known for its natural beauty, offering a spectacular view from its hills and its standing as a first-rate textile centre. Textile activities are very important to the local people. Here you will see men walking about in rubber sandals wearing black pants, white flannel shirts and beautiful, finely woven chumpis), covering their heads with finely knitted warm "chullos".

Afternoon

Taquile Island

Enjoy lunch at a local house in Taquile Island followed by a guided visit of the island. Afterwards it will be time to make the journey back to Puno by boat.

Day 14 - Puno to Lima

Morning

Puno to Lima

You will have one final morning at leisure for any last minute sightseeing or shopping of your choice. In the afternoon it will be time to say goodbye to Peru as you head to Juliaca airport for your internal flight to Lima and your onward overnight flight home.

Evening

Arrive in Lima

On arrival in Lima airport you will transfer from the domestic terminal to the international terminal for your onward overnight flight home to Dublin.

Day 15 - Arrive home

Morning

Arrive home

Arrive home to Dublin following your once in a lifetime adventure to Peru.

* Please note that the order of your excursions on the itinerary above is provisional and subject to change

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Hotel Casa Suyay 3

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Located in the centre of Lima’s lively Miraflores district, Hotel Casa Suyay offers a perfect base to explore Peru’s fascinating capital. Several nice cafes, restaurants, bars, shops as well as interesting sights such as the Kennedy Park are within walking distance. The hotel is housed in a historic building with a traditional “Casona miraflorina” style décor and a beautiful interior courtyard.

Please note that this hotel does not have a lift.

Hotel address
Hotel Casa Suyay
Calle Esperanza 144
Miraflores 15074
Peru
Lima
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Eco Amazonia Lodge Lodge

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Please note that due to its location, there is no internet connection available at this property.

Hotel address
Eco Amazonia Lodge
26 De Diciembre 435
Puerto Maldonado
Peru
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Hotel Suenos Del Inka 3

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Sueños del Inka is a charming colonial house located in the artistic San Blass neighbourhood and just a few steps away from Cusco’s historic centre. Due to its central location, several attractions, restaurants and bars are within walking distance from the hotel. Each room offers panoramic views of the city and is designed to guarantee a pleasant and comfortable stay.

Hotel address
Hotel Suenos Del Inka
Warankallki 185
Cusco 08000
Peru
Cusco
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Inca Trail Campsite Camp

The Inca Trail is one of the world’s most iconic treks, offering stunning mountain scenery, dense cloud-forests, subtropical jungle and a captivating mix of Inca ruins and tunnels. Undertaking the Inca Trail trek is the ultimate travel bucket list endeavour and is ideal for anyon... read more read more read more

The Inca Trail is one of the world’s most iconic treks, offering stunning mountain scenery, dense cloud-forests, subtropical jungle and a captivating mix of Inca ruins and tunnels. Undertaking the Inca Trail trek is the ultimate travel bucket list endeavour and is ideal for anyone who wants to test the limits of the mind, body and the spirit on one of the world’s best known hikes. Sleeping beneath the starry Peruvian night sky in tented accommodation after a day of trekking is sure to be a travel memory you will never forget.

Please note that the location of the camping site each day can change locally in certain circumstances. The site may be altered by the local expert trekking guide if any unexpected weather conditions that are encountered. These decisions are always made with the best intention for the group’s wellbeing. Sleeping bags and walking sticks are not included and may be rented locally for a fee.

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Inca Trail Campsite
Inca Trail
Peru

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Waman Hotel 3

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Located in the heart of Aguas Calientes, a small Peruvian town in the Urubamba River Valley, Waman Hotel is the ideal gateway to the nearby Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. The town centre and thermal springs are within walking distance.

Hotel address
Waman Hotel
Calle Wiracocha 202
005184
Machu Picchu
Aguas Calientes
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La Hacienda Plaza de Armas 3

Hacienda La Plaza de Armas is the only hotel located in Puno’s main square and offers unobstructed views of the cathedral and the historic city centre. Within a 5 minutes’ drive you can reach the enchanting Lake Titicaca. The hotel’s colonial-style décor and welcoming staff make ... read more read more read more

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Hotel address
La Hacienda Plaza de Armas
Puno 419
Puno
Peru
Puno
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  • Innovative itineraries with amazing excursions

Our Promise

  • To remember your holiday is a very precious time
  • To go the extra mile for you, our customers
  • To describe our holidays in an honest manner
  • To use your feedback to continually improve our service

Fully Protected

  • 24/7 emergency contact number while abroad
  • We are a privately owned business and have been around for over 20 years
  • Licenced by the Commission for Aviation Regulation, TO 163 & TA 0692