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  $1824 From Miami
  $1894 From New York
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  (7 Days) Machu Pichu Experience $1089

  (7 Days) The Inca Empire II $1029

  (7 Days) Peru & Machu Pichu Promotion $675
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One Way:
Lima - Cuzco - Inca Trail – Chilca- Guayllabamba - Pacaymayo - Phuyupatamarca - Machu Picchu
  NUMBER OF DAYS: 9 Days / 8 Nights
  TRAVEL BY: March 31, 2023
  BOOK BY: December 10, 2022
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  • 2 Nights in Miraflores Lima at Hotel Britania
  • 3 Nights in Cusco Historic Center at Suenos del Inka
  • 3 Nights Camp Accommodations during the Inca trail to Machu Picchu
  • INCA TRAIL Includes: Transportation to the trail head, Twin tents, Camping equipment, Foam mats, Cooking gear, Guide, Porters, Entrance fee to the trail and the citadel of Machu Picchu
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Half Day guided tour of Cusco and nearby Ruins
  • Half Day guided city tour of Lima (Modern & Colonial)
  • Full Day guided excursion to Machu-Pichu with Train Ride and Lunch
  • Transfers throughout the itinerary
  • All fuel surcharges, air and hotel taxes are included
  • English speaking guides & representatives

    Not included:
    Personal equipment, backpacks, sleeping bags, all personal expenses, and personal insurances

    Note: Airfare between Lima & Cusco is included only when priced along with the international airfare


    Day 1: Lima
    Upon arrival, our representatives will meet and escort you to your hotel.

    Day 2: Lima
    Breakfast. Start with a panoramic city tour of Colonial Lima, including a visit to the Main Square, located in the heart of downtown to view the Government Palace, the Town Hall, the Bishop's Palace with its beautiful balconies and the Cathedral of Lima, where you will visit inside. Its outstanding features are the choirstalls, the Churrigueresque Chapel of the Immaculate, the main altar and a Christ made of carved ivory. On the right is the crypt with remains of conqueror Francisco Pizarro. You will pass by the church and convent of San Francisco, considered to be the most important religious monument of Lima, built in 1542 in Baroque style and consecrated in 1673. Your drive through Lima will pass by several Colonial squares, churches and mansions, then you will continue to the Modern Districts of San Isidro and Miraflores, for a glimpse of life in this huge city, as well as its beautiful parks, modern buildings and great ocean views.(B)

    Day 3: Lima - Cusco
    Very early this morning you will board a flight to the imperial Peruvian city of Cusco. Upon arrival in Cusco, mid-morning, transfer to your hotel. Take the remainder of the morning to nap or relax as you adjust to Cusco's high altitude. In the afternoon your guided tour of the Inca Royal City of Cusco starts in the very impressionable Central Square, known as the "Plaza de Armas," which is surrounded by a beautiful stone arcade. In the Plaza is the Cathedral, which is exceptional because of its contrasts of styles. The outside façade is in Renaissance style, in contrast to its Baroque and plateresque style of its interiors. The Church of the Society of Jesus, (commonly known as the Jesuits), is highlighted by its carved stone façade and its large alter carved in cedar, plated in gold. The Covent of Santo Domingo was built above the most important Inca Temple, the Temple of the Sun, or "Koricancha," as it was known in the Inca language Quechua. Gold laminas or sheets covered the original Inca Temple walls. Near the City of Cusco, you will visit the extraordinary Inca Fortress Sacsayhuaman, made up of three gigantic terraces, superimposed in a zigzag form, and surrounded by enormous walls of rock, some of which are up to 300 meters in length.Q'enqo, was a religious centre formed by a singular flowering of calcareous rock. It has underground galleries and a semicircular amphitheatre with a series of stone seats. Puca Pucará or the "Red Fort" was military base made up of stone stairways, terraces, and walls. Nearby is Tambomachay, well known as "Baths of the Incas", a place dedicated to the cult of the water, formed by aqueducts, channels and small cascades worked in the rock. (B)

    Day 4 : Cusco - Inca Trail  Cusco KM.82/wayllabamba
    Distance 12 km. about 04 hours
    The pick up time is at 06:00 a.m. and approximately, at 07:00 a.m. we take a bus toward Km. 82, we will stop in the town of Ollantaytambo to have breakfast (optional) and last minute purchases and after 1 hour bus ride we will arrive to Km. 82 (Piskacucho) where the guide will organize the group to get the first control spot and enter into the Inca trail we will see the Vilcanota River, going across a bridge to begin the hike, after two hours walking we will arrive to the Indian Community of Miskay, where we will have lunch, after a small rest we keep along our hike, 40 minutes after we will get to one special place to look out the first Inca ruins named Llactapata, perhaps this place was built for agricultural purposes to send the goods to Machupicchu.The guide will explain you about this site, then we keep going through the valley of Cusichaca, to get our campsite in Huayllabamba located around 3000 m.a.s.l. this community lays among high mountains and vegetation, around 05:00 p.m. we will have our tea time and then about 07:00 p.m.  Dinner and Overnight.

    Day 5: Inca Trail Huayllamba-/Pacaymayu

    Distance 13 Km. 07 hours
    This section of the trail is the most difficult of the hike, but we will take you slowly so we can see the change of vegetation, medicinal plants and flowers, the beauty of the scenery, and also a variety of birds specially the nice hummingbirds.
    The wake up time will be at 06:00 a.m. where we offer you coca tea or coffee (morning tea) at 06:30 a.m. breakfast, our staff will deliver a snack bag for the day and then we start the hiking at 07:10 a.m. today we are focus into hiking since there are not archeological sites to visit along the way. After we arrive to Llulluchapampa, we enjoy a short rest, to take pictures and then after we go up toward the highest point of the trail Warmihuañuska 4200 m.a.s.l. here we rest to take pictures and then we begin the way down for lunch (15 minutes downhill in the months of the dry season April-October or could be a late lunch after of about 2 hours until Pacaymayo during the rainy season November-March) in case of having lunch just after the highest point we still have around 2 hours walk to our campsite named Pacaymayu around 05:00 p.m. we offer you the tea time (coffee, chocolate, pop corn, crackers…) at 07:00 p.m. dinner. Around this place is possible to see wild deer and if we are lucky the spectacled bear.

    Day 6: Inca Trail : Pacaymayu/Phuyupatamarca/Winayhuayna  
     Distance 15 Km. 07 hours The wake up time at 06:00 a.m., at 06:30 a.m. breakfast, this is the most interesting day because we are going to see 4 Inca ruins the guide will explain you about these sites. The first archeological place to see is Runkurakay; perhaps this place was a control point for people who were going to Machupicchu. After 30 minutes we will arrive to the second pass (3925 m.a.s.l.) where we have a wonderful view of the beginning of the Amazon jungle green vegetation with the background of the snow capped peaks of the Vilcabamba Range, one of the high peaks is Pumasillo around 6000 m. height, then we go down again toward the Inca ruins of Sayacmarca, you will climb few stairs for a guided tour, then we keep going toward a place named Chaquicocha for lunch, and after a short rest we go along the dense vegetation full of mosses and ferns to reach the cloud forest, after one hour and half we are going to arrive to Phuyupatamarca where we have a spectacular view to the ruins of the same name, is also possible to see the summit of the Machupicchu mountain, and the Salkantay snow capped peak, then we go down over a thousand stairs toward the campsite, near the Inca ruins of wiñaywayna, here we will have a special dinner In this place there is a lodge, beverages, beer, soft drinks, and hot water shower are available.

    Day 7 : Inca Trail To Machu Pichu (Wiñaywayna to Machu Pichu)- Cusco
    istance 06 km. 02 hours Wake up time at 04:00 – 04:30 breakfast. About 05:00 and after the last camping we go toward Machupicchu today is the most important day of the Inca trail for our guests, after one hour of hiking we arrive to Intipunku (the sun gate) where we are going to stop for about 20 minutes to enjoy the view of the famous Inca city of Machupicchu, the landscape is marvelous and also here we have the chance to see the sunrise, after this we go toward the city of Machupicchu, here we must go to the last control to leave our backpacks before the guided visit in the Inca city this tour will last about 3 hours. At the end of the sightseeing you will have extra time to explore the ruins and take more pictures. At 03:00 p.m. you must be in the village of Aguas Calientes, to have lunch and to provide you the return train ticket for Cusco, where we finish our service.

    Day 8: Cusco
    Breakfast. Free day at leisure to explore the city. (Book optional excursions and activities from this city)

    Day 9 : Cusco - USA 
    Breakfast. Our representative will pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the airport to take your flight at the indicated time.

      This Inca Trail is without a doubt the most picturesque hiking track in the world. It is flanked by exquisite natural beauty and unforgettable landscapes. Walking along this old Inca trail, you will have the opportunity to visit sites that were never discovered by the Spaniards. Partially covered by vegetation, you will have the sensation of walking with the Incas. Definitively, the Inca Trail is one of the most amazing Inca heritages. It is part of an extensive road system stretching over more than 23,000 kilometers that integrated the whole Inca Empire, which extended across southern Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia, reaching the centre of Chile and north of Argentina. The splendor of these landscapes and the engineering feats of these archaeological works lead the traveler to ponder upon the highly intellectual and spiritual development of the Inca civilization that managed to maintain perfect harmony between scientific knowledge and nature. This trail has a certain degree of difficulty, depending on one’s walking abilities, but is well worthwhile when one enters Machu Pichu through the “Sun Gate”..  
      NOTE: PRICES ARE NOT GUARANTEED UNTIL FULLY PAID. Packages are LAND-ONLY, except otherwise indicated Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, subject to availability and change without notice. Blackout days may apply. Airfares may not be available on all flights and are subject to change without notice. Fares include (a) a federal excise tax of $3.70 per U.S. domestic flight segment, defined as one takeoff and landing, of a passenger's itinerary; (b) up to $18 per round trip in local airport charges; and (c) September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 per enplanement originating at a U.S. airport. For international/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands destinations, government taxes and fees of up to $190 varying by destination, are included. Weekend surcharge and /or last minute booking fees may apply. The final price for your tour package depends on day of departure, departure city, length of stay, hotel selected, room category and class of airfare available at time of booking. Hotel photos are representative only and do not necessarily depict the actual room in which guests will be accommodated. Travel Insurance: We highly recommend to all customers to protect their trip obtain Travel Insurance The tour to Machu Pichu requires traveling from sea level to an altitude of 11,200 feet, which may cause altitude sickness for some guests. Touring the ruins of Machu Pichu requires climbing many stairs and negotiating uneven and rugged terrain in rarefied air. Guests with a heart condition and/or known respiratory difficulties should consult their physician prior to booking this tour. There are two paths at the ruins that guests may choose from; both are fully guided. One requires moderate walking and the other requires considerable walking. These prices do not apply for traveling from December 15, 2019 through January 10,2020  

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