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Cusco Inca Adventure 10 Days

Duration 10 Days
Difficulty Easy

A complete package for people who like adventure and nature. Cusco Inca Adventure is an itinerary that includes the great trek of the Inca Trail in 4 days and a tour to the great Rainbow Mountain “Vinicunca”. In addition to a tour of the city of Lima, Cusco and the great Sacred Valley. Enjoy these 10 days contemplating wonderful landscapes of Peru. This travel itinerary is completely modifiable, you can make all the changes you want, our office staff are here to organize the trip of your dreams.



Arrival in Lima and transfer to the hotel.

In the afternoon, we will have a visit to the city, our first point of visit is the Historic Center of Lima, which was the center of the Spanish colony in the 15th century, declared by Unesco as a World Heritage Site for its imposing streets where you can observe the beauty of its architecture and monuments, we will appreciate the main square, the cathedral, and we will enter the convent of Santo Domingo, one of the best preserved in the colony and where the relics of 3 Peruvian saints are kept. Later, we will go to the Pueblo Libre neighborhood and visit the Larco Museum. This museum exhibits the best and most complete collection of pre-Hispanic Peruvian gold and silver in the world. Located in a beautiful 18th century viceregal mansion, it is considered one of the 25 best museums in the world. Finally, we will observe a pre-Columbian archaeological complex “Huaca Huallamarca” in the middle of the urban area.

Double acccommodation at hotel


Early in the morning, transfer from the hotel to the airport

In the afternoon, we will have a city tour, we begin the visit with the temple of the Sun “Qorikancha”, then 4 archaeological sites near Cusco, such as: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay and Puca Pucara.

Double accommodation at the hotel.


The Sacred Valley of the Incas is an unmissable destination for anyone who visits the city of Cusco, due to the magic and importance that this emblematic place houses. We will visit:

Pisac: At the entrance to the Urubamba Valley is Pisac, a magnificent mestizo town where you can distinguish the old quarter (archaeological site) from the modern part with its colonial characteristics. The main attraction of Pisac is the traditional indigenous market, where we will find a great variety of typical objects of the region, made of cloth or ceramics. We will also admire the typical costumes of the region, quite colorful and worn by the local inhabitants. Additionally, we will be able to visit the old colonial church of Pisac, where masses are still celebrated in Quechua on Sundays, attended by the local inhabitants and the “varayocs” (local authorities from different cities). We will end our visit to Pisac with a look at the interesting irrigation system of the cultivated fields and the fabulous astronomical observatory from Inca times.

Urubamba: To go to Urubamba we will pass through the towns of Coya, Lamay, Calca and Yucay, observing beautiful flora and fauna during a 45-minute tour. At the end of the trip we will arrive at the city of Urubamba, located in the heart of the Sacred Valley, in the middle of a fairly comfortable and fertile area that constitutes an important pre-Hispanic agricultural center. We will take advantage of this pleasant atmosphere to have lunch in a cozy typical restaurant.

Ollantaytambo: In the afternoon we will go to the Ollantaytambo region, also known as “Valle del Tambo”. This is the only “living” Inca city, that is, the only one inhabited, and it extends along the Vilcanota River, reaching Machu Picchu. We will visit the famous fortress of Ollantaytambo, which stands out in the valley, where we will see some of the most imposing constructions of the Inca empire.

Chinchero: On our return to the city of Cusco we will stop to visit Chinchero and its small chapel. This town, like Pisac, is known for its traditional market; however, the Chinchero market, although smaller, is richer in tradition and offers a greater variety of textile pieces. Finally, we will return to Cusco, where we will leave you in your accommodation.

We will have a night briefing for the Inca Trail, 4 Days


We will pick you up from the hotel from 5:00 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. We will go by bus directly to Piscacucho (2700 masl) a small community located at km 82, we begin our hike and we will unite with the entire team of professionals who will make our trip an unforgettable experience. The Inca Trail begins by crossing the traditional bridge at Km 82 walking along the left bank of the Urubamba River that flows northeast of the Sacred Valley. After going through some flat terraces, we will arrive at Miskay (2800 m.s.n.m.) to then ascend and finally see the Inca City of Patallacta or Llactapata (2750 m.s.n.m.) then we will continue our hike along the valley created by the Kusichaca river, until we reach our first camp at Wayllabamba (3000 m.s.n.m.) where we will have a refreshing dinner and spend the night.
During the route of the Inca Trail, we will be able to enjoy a splendid panorama: the Vilcanota River, the Urubamba mountain range, with the top of the Verónica mountain (5750 meters above sea level), covered with snow and a great variety of flora and fauna along it. Throughout the entire journey.

Transport time: 3 hours.
Hiking time: 7 hours.
Distance: 12km
Difficulty level: Moderate
Climate: Warm during the day and cold at night.
Altitude: Cusco (3,350 masl) – km 82 (2,700 masl) – Llactapata (2,650 masl) – Wayllabamba (3,000 masl)


On this day, after breakfast at approximately 7:00 a.m., we will begin our trek, the hardest day of the Inca Trail, the trek consists of a precipitous and narrow ascent for about 9 kilometers. Along this climb the landscape will change from sierra to puna, a dry and high area with little vegetation. At this time the first and highest pass of the mountain at 4215 m.s.n.m. known as Abra de Warmiwañusca (Pass of the Dead Woman) we will be able to observe domesticated llamas and alpacas that graze on the ichu, one of the few plants that grow at that altitude. We will also cross through an area of the forest where various kinds of animals live, such as sparrows and the Andean bear or Spectacled bear. It is advisable to bring candies, chocolates and coca leaves to maintain a high level of sugar in the body and thus counteract altitude sickness. After having overcome the pass, we will descend towards the Pacaymayu valley (3600 masl), where we will camp after 7 hours of walking.

Hiking time: 8 hours.
Distance: 11km
Difficulty level: Moderate
Climate: Warm during the day, with wind and drizzle, and cold during the night.
Altitude: Wayllabamba (3,000 masl), Warmiwañusca Pass (4,215 masl), Pacaymayu (3500 masl)


This is the longest day but the most interesting and impressive of our walk, since we will visit a number of guided archaeological sites and explained by our guide. From Pacaymayu we will climb the Runkurakay Abra (3970 masl) to the second pass. We will visit the archaeological complex of the same name at 3800 meters above sea level, and we will find important vestiges of the Inca Culture. After passing the pass we will descend towards Yanacona (black lagoon) to finally reach Sayacmarca (3624 m.s.n.m.) and have a guided tour of Approx. 20 minutes, then go to “Chaquicocha” where lunch will be given, then we continue our walk observing that the geography changes from dry and mountainous aspect to semitropical green, jungle eyebrow. We continue by an easy ascent, we will arrive at the third pass, the Abra de Phuyupatamarca (3580 m.s.n.m.). We will continue our walk and then go through an Inca tunnel and reach the already mentioned pass. This is one of the most complete and best preserved archaeological complexes located at the highest point of the mountain. Phuyupatamarca which means “The Cloud over the City” from where we will be able to observe a sophisticated complex and composed of water sources with solid foundations and with impressive views of the Urubamba River along which we will continue descending towards Wiñaywayna (2650 m.s.n.m.) that means “Forever Young”, for a guided tour of this spectacularly located archaeological complex. Dinner and overnight in the camp.

NOTE: On this day the night camp can be Phuyupatamarca or Wiñaywayna, these camps are assigned according to the criteria adopted by the authorities of the Ministry of Culture according to availability.

Hiking time: 8 hours.
Distance: 16 km
Difficulty level: Moderate
Climate: Warm during the day, with wind and drizzle and cold during the night.
Altitude: Wayllabamba (3,000 masl), Warmiwañusca Pass (4,215 masl), Pacaymayu (3500 masl)


In Wiñaywayna we will get up early at approximately 4:00 a.m. to go to the Puerta del Sol or “Inti Punku” where we can enjoy a panoramic view of Machu Picchu and we will observe the sunrise after walking on the flat stones on the edge of the mountain cliffs. From “Inti Punku” we will descend towards Machu Picchu arriving in approximately 40 minutes and then head towards the Inca City Machu Picchu where we will enjoy a guided tour of approximately 2 hours where you will have free time to walk around the citadel where you will experience spectacular views of valleys and mountains and if you wish you can visit the temple of the Moon and the fabulous Inca bridge. Later in the afternoon we will descend towards the town of Aguas Calientes, where we can visit the thermal baths, to finally board the return train to the city of Cusco.

Accommodation at hotel

Hiking time: 2–3 hours.
Distance: 6 km
Difficulty level: Moderate
Climate: Warm during the day, with mosquitoes.
Altitude: Phuyupatamarca (3580 masl), Wiñaywayna (2,650 masl), Machupicchu (2,400 masl)


Free Day

We will have this day for rest and relax

Double accommodation at hotel


Approximately 4:00 – 4:30 AM, we will be passing through your hotels located in the downtown area of ​​Cusco. From here we will head south for approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to the restaurant where we will enjoy a delicious breakfast. Then we will continue for approximately one more hour to the starting point of the hike. Before the hike, our guide will provide you with walking sticks and will give you the necessary information for the long-awaited tour. The hiking is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to Rainbow Mountain, if you want, you can add a visit to the Red Valley (ask the seller). It is recommended to be at least two days before in the city of Cusco, for correct acclimatization since the walk is not that complicated, but the height makes it super difficult to get there.

After the visit we will return by the same route to where our transport is located, then we will return to the same restaurant where we had breakfast to enjoy a pleasant buffet lunch. A moment of relaxation and we will take our transport back to Cusco.


This day will be our last day, we will have our last transfer to the airport to board our flight.

Flights Cusco – Lima

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  • All transfer mentioned
  • Flight tickets: Lima – Cusco – Lima
  • 06 nights in double rooms, hotels with chosen category with breakfast.
  • 03 nights in double tents on the Inca Trail
  • City tour Lima with transportation, guide and entrance tickets.
  • City tour Cusco with transportation, guide and entrance tickets.
  • Visit to the Sacred Valley with transportation, guide, entrance tickets and lunch

Transport – Inca Trail:

  • Transportation by bus to the beginning of the hike (Km 82).
  • Return train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo in “Expedition” Tourist Service or similar.
  • Transportation by bus from the Ollantaytambo train station to Cusco.

Entrance Ticket to Inca Trail

  • Entrance ticket to Inca Trail and Machu Picchu

Meals Inca Trail:

  • 03 breakfast.
  • 03 lunches.
  • 03 dinners.
  • Water, we will supply the necessary water during the 4 days at meal times, for this you must bring your water canteen to fill it.

Inca Perú Travel Equipment:

  • Professional Bilingual tour guide (English/Spanish).
  • Porters in charge of transporting camping equipment.
  • Cook in charge of food preparation.
  • Accommodation for guides, cooks and porters.
  • Camping equipment (tents, kitchen, dining room, chairs, tables, mats).


  • First aid kit
  • Emergency oxygen bottle
  • Taxes and authorizations.


  • International flight tickets
  • Tips
  • Cold drinks, alcoholic drinks
  • Travel Insurance
  • Extras



  • Original passport.
  • Sunscreen
  • Raincoat.
  • Long sleeve shirts.
  • Long pants.
  • Light shoes or sneakers.
  • Insect repellent
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses and plastic bag.
  • Personal medications.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Extra money.




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