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Inka Trail 4D/3N

The Lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu, with no doubt the symbol of the Inca civilization. The royal path that carried pilgrims and authorized officers of the empire to the sacred city was \"The Inca Trail\" as we know it now.

The way along this Andean path is a fascinating and unforgettable experience. The Inca Trail is paved with blocks of stone and has stone stairways, tunnels and wooden bridges and paths across rivers, streams, beautiful valleys, warm cloud forests and cold highlands. All this vision makes the visitor meditate about the intellectual and grandeur of the Andean man whose highest achievement was the Inca civilization.

We invite you to follow the footsteps of the past in this amazing adventure and live with us the experience of walking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

An unforgettable travel experience.

INKA TRAIL 4D/3N

DAY ONE: QORIWAYRACHINA - PATALLAQTA - WAYLLABAMBA - TRES PIEDRAS - LLULLUCHAPAMPA (6-7 hours).

The route starts at Qoriwayrachina , 55 miles from the start of the Inca Trail. The first day is a of acclimatatization as the trail is easier and not as steep as in the days to follow. We will enter the Urubamba valley and will be able to see the snow - capped peak of La Veronica. Our introduction to Inca civilization comes at LLAQTAPATA - \"terraced city\". Below is PULPITUYOQ, a place for paying homage to the dead.

DAY TWO: LLULLUCHAPAMPA - RUNKURAKAY -SAYAQMARKA - PHUYUPATAMARKA. (6- 7 hours)

We rise with the dawn sun shining through the tent and after a hearly breakfast set off for the famous WARMIWANUSKA (dead woman) pass, which is the highest point on the trail at 13,780 feet above sea level.

We reach or camp site 100 yards from Phuyupatamarka and for the second night admire the night and the stars above us.

DAY THREE: PHYUPATAMARKA - INTIPATA - WIÑAY WAYNA (2.5 hours)

We rise at 5 a.m. because we\'ve heard that the sunrise should not be missed. All of us gather in silence for the next hour, we feel profoundly moved and fulfilled by the spectacular dawn (with a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains Salcantay and Pumasillo).
After lunch and a rest we explore the citadel, which was built for agricultural and residential purposes. What most impressed were the sixteen streams running parallel down the terraces: one of the santuary, wich again suggests that it was a place of purification.

DAY FOUR: WIÑAYWAYNA - MACHUPICCHU (2.5 hours)

we get up very early as we want to see the sunrise from Machupicchu. We set off at 5 a.m. torch in hand and with great expectations. The sky begins to clear and the path narrows, we can look down on the river Urubamba and Aguas Calientes. After visiting the city (3hours) we take the eleven o\'clock bus to Aguas Calientes. There are lodgings and places for lunch to suit every pocket.

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