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Classic Inca Trail to Machupicchu with Hotel 4D/3N

730 USD Per person

Unique classic Inca Trail to Machu picchu with Hotel 4D/3N

The legendary Inca Trail to the Lost City of the Incas in Peru is one of the world’s best known and most beautiful hiking adventures. It is a once in a life time experience with stunning views for both experienced and non-experienced hikers. After three days of hiking – from the snowcapped Andean mountains to the lush Amazon cloud forest – you will catch amazing views of Machu Picchu in a perfect sunset and avoiding the crowds. Hike this stunning 26 miles Inca stone trail and relive the history, anthropology, archeology and customs of the most powerful civilization in the American continent in the 16th century.

The first day you will visit the Inca ruins of Kanabamba and Llactapata and observe interesting medicinal bushes and flowers use by Andean people in traditional medicine. During the second day you will arrive to the highest point of the Inca trail and you will camp right in half way to Machu Picchu. The third day you will visit the most amazing Inca ruins of the classic Inca trail and you will reach Machu Picchu for a perfect sunset. At night you will spend the night in a comfortable hotel in the closest town to Machu Picchu. The last day you will explore the lost city of Machu Picchu from corner to corner and you will come back by train to Cusco.

Highlights of our 4 days Inca Trail with Hotel

  • We wish to give you the best experience on this Classic Inca Trail.
  • We have the best and most passionate team of workers.
  • We have new, high quality and spacious, camping equipment.
  • We treat our porters as if they were our tourists; come see for yourself.
  • Be part of our social and environmental projects.
  • With our unique itinerary; have the wonderful opportunity to see the citadel of Machu Picchu twice. For sunrise and sunset.
  • One day before visiting the citadel of Machu Picchu, take a shower and rest in a suitable bed to fully enjoy the lost city of the Incas.
  • Our Unique Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with hotel has a fair and cheap price compared to other operators
  • In addition to all the above, we prepare food for our hikers and team with 100% organic veggies purchased from local producers.

Trip Overview of our Classic Inca Trail with hotel

  • Trek Type: Hiking/trekking, scenic, cultural, and informative
  • Good for: those in moderate shape or better
  • Difficulty: Moderate to Challenging
  • Season:From March 1st to Januray 31th
  • Consideration: Inca Trail permits required

Day 1: Cusco – Km 82 – Llactapata – Ayapata.

  • Hiking distance: 7.75 miles/14km (6.7 hours)
  • Campsite altitude: 3.300 meters above sea level
  • Considered: Moderate
  • Meals: Breakfast,snacks, lunch, tea time, dinner! All served as buffet
  • Area:  Highlands
  • Weather: Warm and windy

Your Inca trail tour guide will come to the reception of your hotel at 4.30 am. Then you will be driven for 2 hours to Piscacucho, also known as kilometer 82 or the official main Inca trail checkpoint. Here your cook and porters will be waiting for you with a delicious Andean breakfast. After showing your passports and entry tickets, you will officially get in the marvelous Inca trail to the lost city of the Incas. In the first section you will hike for 5 hours through a path with little downs and ups, surrounded by interesting psychedelic and medicinal cactus and flowers. Also you will visit with your guide the Incan ruins of Kanabamba and Llactapata.

Once you arrive to the hamlet of Tarayoc, your cook is waiting you with a cold pineapple juice and a buffet lunch. After digesting for 30 minutes, you will get ready to keep hiking for 2 more hours to Ayapata, your official first Inca trail basecamp. Along the way you can see in all its splendor the Wacay Willke or Veronica snow-capped mountain. Also you will see the last villages of the Inca trail. Upon arrival your basecamp, the personal tents will be already set up for you to rest after a pretty and tiring day on the Inca trail. Also your porters will provide you warm water in plastic bowls, small towels and soap if you would like to wash up a bit. At night you will have a nice talking with your group and your guide with hot chocolate, popcorn, powder milk, teas and crackers. After a yummy dinner, you will head to bed to sleep like a drunk baby Alpaca.

** How amazing it feels to start living the Inca trail dream.

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First day Inca trail map

 

Day 2: Ayapata – Dead Woma’s Pass – Pacaymayu – Chaquicocha.

  • Hiking distance: 10 miles/16km (8 to 9 hours)
  • Campsite altitude: 3.600 meters above sea level
  • Considered: Challenging
  • Meals: Breakfast,snacks, lunch, tea time, dinner! All served as buffet
  • Area:  Highlands and upper jungle
  • Weather: Warm, cold and windy

You will be woken up by your tour guide at 4 am. with a coffee cup. 5 minutes later your porters will bring you warm water in bowls so you can wash up your faces and wake in a better mood. After breakfast you will get ready to hike the most challenging day on the Inca trail. You will hike uphill for 4 hours through a stone Inca path surrounded by a 200-year old dwarf forest. Upon arrival to dead woman’s pass, the highest point on the Inca trail you will get spectacular 360 degree angle views of the snow-capped mountains and the Urubamba mountain range. You also will celebrate your conquest with memorable photos taken by your guide of you and your loved ones.

Then you will hike downhill for 2 hours towards Pacaymayu, the spot where you will have lunch. Afterwards you will head up for 2 hours to the second highest point of the Inca trail. In half way you will explore the Inca ruin of Runcuracay, a structure that was used as a lodge for travelers in that remote area of the huge Inca trail network. Upon arrival to the second pass, you will be astonished by stunning sceneries of the cloud forest and the Vilcabamba mountain range. Then you will hike 2 hours downhill to the Inca citadel of Sayacmarca. This Inca ruin has details you will not see anywhere else. Finally, you will hike 30 more minutes to Chaquicocha, the second Inca trail campsite. Have a rest after a demanding but memorable day on the trail of the Incas. Chaquicocha is located in an exceptional spot for stargazing Inca constellations and the to contemplate the milky way.

** Today you will hike on the most remote area of the Inca trail to the lost city of the Incas.

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Map of the second day on the Inca trail

 

Day 3. Chaquicocha – Phuyupatamarca – Wiñay Wayna – Aguas Calientes.

  • Hiking distance: 7.75 miles/15km (6 to 6.5 hours)
  • Hotel altitude: 2.000 meters above sea level
  • Considered: ¡Easy day – almost all downhill!
  • Meals: Breakfast,snacks, lunch, dinner! All served as buffet
  • Area:  Cloud Forest
  • Weather: Warm and very humid

Get ready to contemplate the most beautiful day on the Inca trail according previous hikers. After a yummy breakfast you will hike for 2 hours via a path surrounded by beautiful views of the Pumasillo and Salkantay peaks, elevated higher than 6000 thousand meters. You also will have the chance to observe orchids, colorful mosses and dwarf palm trees. Upon arrival to the Puyupatamarca mountain pass, you will be amazed by a marvelous view of the Machu Picchu mountain and the Puyupatamarca Inca ruin. According archaeologists this Inca building was a very important ceremonial and astronomical observatory in the Machu Picchu region. Then you will hike downhill for 3 hours to the next Inca ruin. Along this section you will get officially in the cloud forest jungle, where you will observe cedar trees and colorful birds such as: the cock of the rock, the Andean motmot, the Andean guan, the Andean toucan, trogons and tanagers. Upon arrival to Intipata Inca ruin, you will get one of the best sceneries of the classic Inca trail. Intipata is a huge terracing complex facing to the sunrise. On this place you also will be able to meditate and do yoga.

You will hike 30 more minutes downhill in order to get your lunch spot. After you will visit and explore the impressing citadel of Wiñay Wayna, also known as Mini Machu Picchu. Here your tour guide will explain you the relationship between Wiñay Wayna and Machu Picchu. Later on, you will hike for 2 hours towards the Sun Gate, a lookout from where you will glimpse Machu Picchu in the distance. Finally, you will hike downhill for 45 minutes to the main Machu Picchu viewpoints. After taking memorable photos of you and your loves ones in Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu as its background, you will take a bus that will take you for 25 minutes to Aguas Calientes, where you will spend the night in a comfortable hotel. You will have dinner in a local restaurant, where your guide will hand you some IncaGo souvenirs and will tell you the schedule to visit Machu Picchu the next day.

** Arrive from the Inca trail to Machu Picchu for the sunset is a magical experience.

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Third map of the Inca trail

 

 

Day 4. Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

  • Meals Included: Breakfast Only

In order to get well rested and have plenty of time to enjoy the views, pictures and guided tour at Machu Picchu; we suggest you to wake up by 5:00 in the morning, get ready, pack the essentials and take the bus from Aguas Calientes town to Machu Picchu citadel. This will be a ride of 30 minutes until reaching the Inca citadel at 6:15 am. more or less. Thus, you will have the chance to see the sunrise on this magnificent location. Your guide will give enough time to take pictures into the most beautiful spots of the Inca citadel, share information about this amazing Incan masterpiece and display you the most impressive details of Machu Picchu.

Then we take the bus back at more or less 12:00 pm. Down to Aguas Calientes to enjoy without rush our lunch. This lunch is optional and not included. At lunch, your guide will deliver out train tickets, so if you opt to skip this; please arrange to get these train tickets before leaving your tour guide at Machu Picchu citadel. Unless you requested for an upgraded train, we will book the Expedition class train departing Aguas Calientes at 3:20 p.m. or 4:22 p.m. This will be a 2-hour drive to Ollantaytambo or 4 hours to Poroy (this is based on which train you board). At Ollantaytambo or Poroy, our IncaGo Expedition driver will meet you and drive you back to Cusco, then we drop you off at the door of your hotel or the closest possible if there is not car access until your accommodation. You will arrive to your hotel in Cusco around 6:30 pm.

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Map of the Machu Picchu visit

 

Included on the Classic Inca Trail with hotel

Professional local english speaker Guides: all our super leaders grew up in cusco region and studied tourism for five years at cusco’s university, they are friendly, funny charming, knowledgeable, professional and will care your safety into our short inca trail

Permits:  As soon as we get your details and deposit, we will purchase your permits for the 4-day Inca trail that also includes an entrance to Machu Picchu

Hotel: This short inca trail  includes one night in a three-star hotel in Aguas Calientes, the town at the foot of Machu Picchu. The hotel you book will be listed on your invoice, and upgrades are always available.

Briefing: The night before your trip, you will come to our office for your informative meeting. You will receive your duffle bag that will stay with your porters while you hike on the classic Inca Trail. This duffle bag should not exceed 7 kg / 14 pounds and should include your sleeping bag and air mattress.

Porters: We include a personal porter who is responsible for carrying your duffle bag and also our camping equipment and food to our basecamp. There is no additional cost for this. You will not have access to your duffle bag until you arrive at your camp in the afternoon.

Transportation: IncaGo Expeditions will be providing all transportation for this inca trail 4 days. You will be picked up from your hotel bewteen 4-4:30 am, (unless you are staying in the sacred valley ) and brought to KM 82 to begin your classic Inca Trail. The train back from Aguas Calientes will be on the train called Expedition Class and will be included in your trip. You also have the option to upgrade to the Vistadome class train for $45 per person. Once you arrive at the train station, our van will take you back to your hotel in Cusco. In addition included is your  bus ticket to go down from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes and the round trip bus ticket from Aguas calientes to Machu Picchu.

Food: Our 4-day Inca Trail includes expert hiking chefs who will will cook delicious meals that many previous trekkers have loved. We honor all food restrictions, so be sure to add any that you have on your booking form and let us know . Food is typically all served as buffet.

Water: Starting from your first lunch until your last breakfast We will provide you boiled, filtered, and then cooled water before distributing. You must bring personal water bottles and or a camelback. We advice you to bring a bottle or camelback of 1.5 litters , as being well hydrated is the key to feeling great in the mountains.

Details: We profess that it is the attention to small details that separates us from other travel agencies. Each hiker receives a small sleeping pillow, a foam mattress to insulate, a backpack cover to protect their belongings while hiking and a rain poncho. We will work hard to create your best holiday.

First Aid: Every guide has got training in first aid from a clinic and firemen. We elaborate mandatory training sessions every February on the Inca Trail, which every IncaGo Expedition tour guide must attend. Your tour leader is going to have always a first-aid kit for basic medical problems.

Not Included on the classic Inca Trail with hotel

Rentals: Due there we are hiking the Classic Inca Trail with hotel, each trekker needs a sleeping bag when camping. Inflatable air mattresses and trekking poles (with rubber tips). They are optional but encouraged for a better comfort. If you don’t want to bring any of the above, they are all available for rent:

  • Sleeping Bag: $20
  • Inflatable Air Mattress: $15
  • Trekking Poles  (Pair): $15

Additional options

Huayna Picchu is the mountain that stands next to Machu Picchu. It is a 1 hour hike to the top. While this hike is on your own, your guide will show you the entry. Huayna Picchu is an additional entrance ticket that we must secure for you with advance. The ticket is $75 per person.

Machu Picchu Mountain is the other mountain that stands above the Machu Picchu site. as Huayna Picchu it offers also spectacular views, this extra hike takes 3 hours round trip. This is an additional entrance ticket that we must secure for you in advance. This ticket is $75 per person.

Vistadome Train  Our 4 day Inca Trail includes the ExpeditionTrain class. This train is always booked at 3:20 or 4:22 pm. departing from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo or Poroy. There is also the vistadome train class, which is an upgraded train that offers slightly larger seats and windows, some entertainment and snack. Usually, the Vistadome train is booked for 4:43 p.m. and goes to Poroy, a train station 30 minutes close to Cusco. As this is an upgraded fee, we will still include your transportation back to your hotel. The ticket is $75 per person.

Extra day at Machu Picchu

You will have from 6 am to 12 pm to enjoy Machu Picchu (it is not possible to be all day in Machu Picchu due to the new protection regulations developed by the Peruvian state), arriving at the citadel around 6 a.m. and leaving no later than 12 p.m. to take your train at 3:20 or 4:22 pm. If you also want to have a guided tour again the next day in Machu Picchu, we can also organize it.

  1. The entrance ticket to Machu Picchu is $ 55 per person.
  2. The round trip bus ticket between Aguas Calientes and Machu Picchu is $ 25 per person.

We would love to tour the 4 day Inca trail with hotel with you and your loved ones and take care of immortalizing your visit to Machu Picchu. We can leave any day from March to January while Inca Trail permits are still available in the Inca Trail government booking system. 

Group Price (2022):

  1. $730 per person

Private Tours are based on Group Size (2022):

  • Two trekkers: $730 per person
  • Three trekkers: $725 per person
  • Four trekkers: $720 per person
  • Five trekkers: $715 per person
  • Six trekkers: $710 per person
  • Seven trekkers: $705 per person
  • Eight, or more, trekkers: $700 per person

Hotel:

We include a three (3) star hotel and We utilize, Retama Machu Picchu, Inti Punku Machu Picchu Hotel & Suites, or Waman Hotel Machu Picchu (based on availability at booking). Rooms are based on double or triple occupation, and there is a single room surcharge of $50 US per person if you book lonely. Rooms all include private bathrooms with hot showers,breakfast and wifi. We could also upgrade your hotel if you like better something more luxurious. Please remind the service in Aguas Calientes is not as good as in Cusco. Below there is a list of  potential upgrade choices, If you want any other hotel, just let us know

  1. El Mapi:  +$80 US pp shared (+$160 for a single)
  2. Sumaq : +$220 US pp shared (+$380 for a single)

Solo travelers:

+ $ 50 US per person

For those who want a single room or travel alone, there is a $ 50 room charge to cover the total cost of the room. We do not join hikers alone in a double room. This covers three star hotels and will be more expensive for improved hotels.

  • Student Discount:

– $ 35 discount per person

Student discounts apply to anyone who has a valid International Student Card (ISIC) at the beginning of the hike or who is 17 years old or younger. For those who use an international student card or for children under 17, we need to see a copy of their card or passport at the time of booking to receive the discount of the Inca Trail of the government.

Please send everything to [email protected]

This classic Inca Trail includes porters who will carry all your duffle bag while you hike on the Inca Trail. We suggest you to carry lightweight backpack that the is key to feeling good during the Inca trail and at the lost city of the Incas; the great Machu Picchu.

Essentials:

  1. Original Passport ,
  2. STUDENT CARD (if you booked as a student)
  3. Immigration Card (given on the plane as you enter Peru)
  4. Good daypack (the smaller, the better)
  5. Water storage: Water reservoir like Camelbaks are encouraged – but enough for at least 2-3 liters.
  6. Comfortable hiking boots (lightweight with good soles) remember that the classic Inca Trail hike is entirely made of stones

For Your Duffel: Our porters will carry up to 7 kg of your personal items. This must include your sleeping bag and air mattress.

  • 4 wicking t-shirts
  • 2-3 hiking pants
  • 4 sets of undergarments.
  • 4 sets of hiking socks
  • 1 Fleece and 1 down jacket; it gets cold at night
  • 1 Rain jacket and rain pants /rain poncho
  • 1 sun hat
  • 1 wool hat
  • Headlamp: essential
  • Hiking boots
  • Comfortable shoes for camp
  • Quickdry towel. We provide small ones, you might bring a towel a little larger.
  • Battery Charger: There is no place to plug, on the classic Inca Trail!
  • Large plastic bags: to help organize and keep away clean clothes from dirty clothes.
  • Earplugs in case someone from the group snores
  • Sleeping bag: Recommend down bags for -10C at least

Toiletries:

  • Sunscreen
  • Face moisturizer
  • Bug spray
  • Handsanitizer
  • Wet wipes
  • Toothbrush and paste
  • Toiletpaper
  • Personal medication
  • First aid kit: band aids, moleskin, etc.

Inside Your Daypacks:

Daypacks can be any size for hiking, but we always recommend the smaller, the better. Inside Machu Picchu, no bag larger than 25 litters will be allowed in. If larger, you will need to store outside in the Machupicchu check point. Some items are listed below

  • Sunhat
  • Rain gear
  • Fleece
  • Camera
  • Music (IPhone)
  • Handsanitizer
  • Toilet paper and small plastic bag for waste
  • Extra Money for Souvenirs, Drinks & Tips

Where do we pick up the hikers for the 4 day Inca trail with hotel ?

Pick up will be from your hotel bewteen 4:00 to 4:30 a.m. Please provide clear contact information of your place of accommodation when approaching our office in Cusco.

Where to pay the remaining amount for classic Inca trail with hotel?

Most hikers arrive in Cusco 2 or 3 days before the short Inca trail hike for proper acclimatization. Once you are in Cusco it is imperative that you come to our office to review the last details of your excursion and also pay the remaining amount of your 4 day Inca Trail .

Reserve for the classic Inca Trail with hotel?

We try to make the booking as easy as possible in Incas Path. We prepare a reservation form where you will complete and include all the details for the excursion, and then a deposit of $ 200 per person. Once we have all the deposits and details, we will reserve your permits. Once the classic Inca trail permits are in our hands, we will send you your invoice and confirmation that everything is 100% organized. All excursions once confirmed, are guaranteed.

Permissions for the classic Inca Trail with hotel?

Only tour operators licensed by the Inca Trail, such as Incas Path, can obtain the corresponding permits from the government. Once we have obtained your Inca Trail permits, the name and start date cannot be changed under any circumstances. The only information that the government allows us to change are passport numbers.

Passport Number Update?

The government will only allow us to change passport numbers if we have a copy of the new passport and the old passport. If you no longer have your old passport, any identification document that you have in your hands will be accepted while the name is the same as in your passport.

Where to stay in Cusco?

You can stay in a hotel that you consider convenient, however you must have the account of the location of the hotel because the traffic within the city has become stressful in the last 5 years. Many roads are up to 100 years old; Especially near the main square the roads are only for pedestrians. We will notify you if it is not possible to pick you up by car from your hotel and coordinate another nearby pick-up point. For a list of recommended hotels, consult your Incas Path sales representative.

Can I stay in the sacred valley?

The second most convenient place to stay after Cusco will be Ollantaytambo. When you stay in Ollantaytambo, you will have the chance to sleep for longer because we will pick you up at 5:30 am from your hotel.

Can I stay an additional night in Machu Picchu town or Aguas Calientes?

Of course, if you agree to take the same train from Aguas Calientes that is part of your original itinerary, which is usually at 3.20 or 4:22 pm, then there is no additional charge for the train to be booked one day. after. If you need us to insure your hotel or another visit to Machu Picchu, Huaynapicchu or Machu Picchu Mountain this will have an additional cost. If you decide to spend another night in Aguas Calientes, be sure to inform the Incas Path office at least one month in advance, so that your train ticket is purchased for the correct day.

Can I book my hotel on my own in Aguas Calientes?

You can choose any hotel to stay in Aguas Calientes. It is a small and very safe town. If you decide to book your hotel, be sure to tell us where you plan to stay so we can take you there safely.

During the trip, how challenging is the classic Inca trail with hotel?

Remember that this classic Inca trail, it is challenging  because you will climb two very high mountain passes, if rains the stone steps could be a little slipery ( don´t worry if you have good hiking boots) also on the last two day the inca trail is a bit humid and hot all the time, so it will be exhausting but it will be worth it when you arrive at to the sungate from where you will observe Machu Picchu for the first time and then once you arrive to Machu Picchu itself you will enjoy of the place in all its splendor where you will take your so awaited posdcard pictures and will learn all the mos interesting details about Machu Picchu

Will I need extra money on the 4 day Inca Trail trek ?

Of course, if you want to buy some type of drinks, snacks, reminders in the citadel of Machu Picchu or go to the thermal baths in Aguas Calientes, take about 200 soles or if you do not want to take cash with you there are ATMs in Aguas Calientes and You can also make almost any payment using your credit or debit card.

How many people will be in my group on the 4 day Inca trail with hotel ?

We require a minimum of 2 people for our tour, and if you are traveling alone, we invite you to join our groups that start each day. We can have up to 8 hikers with a guide and if our groups are between 9 and 16 people, we have 2 accredited guides with a lot of experience in the classic Inca trail. During the low season it is most likely that the groups are small and during the high season the groups are probably much larger.

Do you need hiking boots for the classic Inca Trail with hotel?

We always recommend hiking boots, since if it rains a little the 4 day Inca trail can become a bit slippery. Please make sure they have good soles.

Are trekking poles really necessary on the 4 day Inca trail with hotel?

For the classic Inca trail we recommend the use of trekking poles for everyone, especially for those passengers with knee problems or older people. There are several sections during the tour where you will need to use the walking sticks, either climbing or descending the stone steps made by the Incas 500 years ago. the park rangers of the Inca trail and Machu Picchu only allow the use of hiking sticks with rubber tips so as not to damage the paved stone section many years ago.

Are there any toilets along the classic Inca Trail with hotel?

Along the classic inca  trail there are 3 places that has toilet. Firstly at the hiking start, then at lunch spot and at basecamp. Please carry a roll of toilet paper in your daypack.

Can I use plastic botles during the classic Inca Trail ?

Due to New goverment regulations for the Inca Trail it will be 100% BANNED to BRING PLASTIC WATER  BOTTLES. We kindly suggest you getting your aluminum plastic bottles to avoid any dissapointment at the check points along the Inca Trail and in the Machu Picchu citadel.

Aluminum water bottles can be bought in many different shops around the main square. 

If you are still at home and ready to fly to Peru for your Inca trail we recommend you bringing aluminum water bottles or camel bags.

Where do I store my luggage?

All luggage not necessary for the hike must remain in Cusco. All hotels are very helpful and are quite accustomed to storing luggage of their guests, or if you wish you can store it safely with our customer service team in our office storage

What should I expect from the weather on the 4 day Inca trail with hotel?

Please understand that this is a very difficult question to answer. Historically, from April to October it is the dry season, from November to March it is the rainy season, but in recent years our weather has been affected by climate change and today it is very difficult to predict. Remember that in the mountains the radiation and heat are very high during the day and the evenings and nights always cold. We always recommend a short sleeve shirt for the classic Inca trail and Machu Picchu, long pants to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes, rain jacket and a fleece jacket and for the night a down jacket.

Can IncaGo Expeditions please my dietary needs? What kind of food will there be?

For us it is an honor to please all kinds of dietary needs, just let us know at the time of booking. If you are vegetarian, vegan, lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant or any type of allergies, we have a team of chefs with a lot of experience in the preparation of all types of diets on the 4 day Inca Trail trek. Also remember that we want to pamper you during your trip to Machu Picchu and for that reason we use 100% organic vegetables for the elaboration of our buffets.

What type of outlet is used in Cusco and Machupicchu?

Most hotels and even homes in Peru now have the standard US output. UU. And also that of South America.

What is the standard procedure when it comes to tip?

Tipping is part of the tradition of any trip to Machu Picchu and, although we pay good salaries to our entire team, We always appreciate any extra appreciation. Keep in mind that this is not mandatory and that you should never feel pressured for this reason.

In general, participants in a group show their appreciation as a group for their porters and chef and a personal appreciation towards their tour guide, which will be according to their degree of satisfaction with the service provided.