Cusco, Sacred Valley & Classic Inca Trail 7D/6N

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02 people as minimum and 07 people as maximum (customized service)
From March to January
Every day

Cusco, Sacred Valley, Classic Inca Trail and Machu Picchu

In this Sacred Valley and Inca trail to Machu Picchu 7 day tour, you will explore the Inca city of Cusco, embark on a road trip through the mountains of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and hike part of the most famous trail in Peru, the Inca trail to Macchu Picchu!

Hiking the Inca Trail with us means completing it with no stress. You can rely on us take care of everything from nutritious food, top notch hiking and camping equipment, private transportation, accomodation in the best campsites and entrance tickets to the national park and Machu Picchu. Most importantly you will be surrounded at all times by the best team of tour guides, cooks and porters who will accompany you on the adventure of a lifetime.

Places to visit :

  • Cusco
  • Sacsayhuamán
  • Pisac
  • Ollantaytambo
  • Inca Trail
  • Huayllabamba
  • Wiñayhuayna
  • Inti Punku Sun Gate
  • Machu Picchu
  • Aguas Calientes
From $ 1300 / per person
Duration 7 Days - 6 Nights
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  • Day 1 : Cusco airport transfer – Cusco city tour
  • Day 2 : Cusco – Sacred Valley of the Inkas – Cusco
  • Day 3 : Classic Inca Trail (Day 1 – Cusco – Km. 82 – Huayllabamba)
  • Day 4 : Classic Inca Trail (Day 2 – Huayllabamba– Warmiwañuska – Pacaymayo)
  • Day 5 : Classic Inca Trail (Day 3 – Pacaymayo – Chaqicocha – Wiñaywayna)
  • Day 6 : Classic Inca Trail (Day 4 – Wiñaywayna – Machu Picchu – Cusco)
  • Day 7 : Cusco – airport transfer – return flight to Lima


The 7 day tour to Machu Picchu will start with a personal reception at Cusco airport by your guide and driver, who will accompany you in your private transport to your hotel in Cusco.

Once at the hotel you can relax and enjoy an aromatic cup of coca-leaf tea and take lunch (not included) in one of the local restaurants, before beginning the afternoons’ tour of Cusco.

At 1.30pm you will regroup with your tour guide and private transportation to commence the tour of the Inca capital. The 4-hour tour will take you on a journey through Cusco’s most prominent historical sites such as the Temple of the Sun or Qoricancha, which was the religious, geographical, and political center of Cusco during the period of the Incas. The astounding Inca fortress of Sacsayhuamán, whos stonework is so impeccable that it is said ‘will endure as long as the world itself’. And finally Q’enqo, a sacred Incan pilgrimage site, that once served as an astronomical observatory and mummification house.

On the City Tour Cusco, your personal tour guide will also accompany you around the famous San Pedro market and Plaza de Armas before returning you back to your hotel for 6pm.

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The Sacred Valley tour starts at 7:30am with pick up from your hotel in Cusco.

After a 1-hour drive through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, you’ll briefly stop at the Mirador de Taray to capture breathtaking photos of the valley from one of its famous viewpoints.

A further 30 minute drive will bring us to the archaeological park of Pisaq, the home of the famous Intihuatana ‘sundail’, and the first Inca fortess of the tour. Fulfulling many functions inclulding ceremonial, religious & astronomical, the 15th century Inca refuge of Pisac is rich in history and offers one of the most spectacular views of the Sacred Valley from above.

After guiding you through the incredibly well-preserved stonework of the archaelogical site, your guide and your transport will accompany you back down the valley for a peruse through the towns iconic market, cobbled streets and authentic plazas.

The afternoons’ tour will begin surrounded by the natural beauty of Urubamba. The largest town in the sacred valley and our lunch destination for the day. With a multidude of restaurants to choose from, you can treat yourself to anything from local cuisine, to a buffet lunch from only $20 USD (optional extra cost).

After lunch, your transport will take you alongside the Urubamba River, to the picturesque town of Ollantaytambo. Here your guide will accompany you through the bustling local markets and the famous Inca fortress that towers above the town. The strategic position and architectural sophistication of the site, offers visitors some of the most spectactular views of the sacred valley from above. The exquisite stonework and rich history of Ollantaytambo will take you and your guide on an impressive journey through Inca antiquity, before you return to your transport and head to the final site of the day.

Last but not least on the days itinerary, is the majestic town of Chinchero. Here you will participate in a short experiential tour with the local community and their resident alpacas, aswell as visiting the local market and have a guided tour of the Colonial Temple.

After a further 1-hour drive back through the Valley to Cusco, you will arrive at your hotel at approximately 6:00pm.

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The Classic Inca Trail 4-day tour begins with pick up from your hotel in Cusco at 6:00am.

After a 2-hour drive through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, you’ll stop off in the town of Ollantaytambo for breakfast (not included), and then continue on to the first checkpoint of the Classic Inca Trail at Kilometer 82. Here you will show your Passport, Registration Card or National Identity Document, to pass through the checkpoint into the national park. The first 2 hours of the hike are alongside the Urubamba river, and are considered to be a gentle training session for the days to come.

After a 5km hike, you’ll arrive at the 1st archeaological site of the trail, Patallacta or Llactapata, meaning ‘High Town’ in Quechua at 2,840 m / 8,136 ft. The complex once served as a large agricultural and urban center, and was an important checkpoint for travellers along the original Inca trail.

A further 20 mins down the trail is our lunch stop in Tarayoc. Afterwhich the trail ascends for 2 hours to a semi-tropical valley with an excellent view of the snow-capped peak of Veronica.

When you reach an altitude of 2,900 m / 9,514 ft, you will set up camp for the night in the village of Huayllabamba, meaning ‘Grassy Plain’ in Quechua.

  • Estimated walking time : 5 hours
  • Total walking distance : 12 km
  • Altitude of our camp : 2,900 m / 9,515 ft
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After taking breakfast at camp, we will resume our Inca trail to Machu Picchu tour, and slowly ascend for 9km until we reach the highest point of the trail, the Warmiwañusca Pass or ‘Dead Womans Pass’ at 4,215 m / 13,828 ft. The trail will take you through beautiful forests of Queñua (Polylepis tarapacana) and reward you with a glorious view of the Vilcabamba mountain range at the summit.

The final 3km of the day will be a descent down the mountain, through majestic cloud forests and humid microclimates. After completing the most challenging day of the Inca Trail, you’ll be relieved to arrive at camp in the Pacaymayo Valley at 3,620 m / 11,876 ft. This camp is the highest on the trail and offers you an experience of a lifetime of sleeping above the clouds.

  • Estimated walking time : 8 hours
  • Total walking distance : 12 km
  • Altitude of our camp : 3,620 m / 11,877 ft
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After taking breakfast at camp, you’ll begin the penultimate day of the Inca trail by ascending to the Runkurakay pass, passing by the Inca ruins of Runkuracay at 3,750 m / 12,303 ft. During the period of the Incas, this site was once an important resting place for the Chasquis, the Inca messengers or couriers, that facilitated their ancient ‘postal service’.

Ascending further up the trail, you’ll arrive at the highest point of the day, atop the Runkurakay pass at 3,950 m / 12,960 ft. The breathtaking views from the summit of Runkurakay are said to rival those of the previous day upon the Warmiwañusca Pass.

The next leg is a descent to the Sayaqmarka ruins, ‘Inaccessible Town’ in Quechua 3,600 m / 11,811 ft. This complex was once home to celestial scholers and an astronomical observatory.

After Sayacmarca, the surrounding vegetation begins to change as you enter the tropical Amazon rainforest. 30 minutes down the trail you will stop for lunch in ChaquiCocha.

Continuing along the trail, you’ll pass by 2 Inca tunnels carved out of granite rock in the mountainside. The tunnels give way to the third archeaological site of the day Phuyupatamarca, ‘The city above the clouds’. At a height of 3,665 m / 12,024 ft, these ruins are often clouded in jungle mist and are home to ritual baths and fountains which still function in the wet season.

The final stretch of the trail is a descent down 2,000 Inca stone steps, until you arrive at camp, bordering the impressive archaeological site of Wiñayhuayna, ‘Forever Young’ in Quechua. At 2,650 m / 8,694 ft, the complex it situated upon the steep slopes of the hillside, amongst 40 levels of agricultural stepped terraces, overlooking the Urubamba river. Built by the Emperor Pachacutec in the 15th century, it is one of the most famous sites within the sanctuary of Machu Picchu, and was once an important venue for agriculture, religion and administration.

After completing the longest day of the Inca trail, you are welcome to explore the Inca ruins, take a dip in a nearby waterfall or put your feet up at camp whilst enjoying a hearty dinner.

  • Estimated walking time : 9 hours
  • Total walking distance : 16 km
  • Altitude of our camp : 2,700 m / 8,858 ft
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With the promise of Machu Picchu on the horizon, you will be woken early at 4am to take breakfast and say goodbye and thank you to the porters and chef. Your wonderful team will be heading back to Cusco with their equipment this morning, leaving you to cross the finish line with only your tour guide.

The final checkpoint of the trail opens at 5:30am, afterwhich you will endure one last climb up the trail to the Inti Punku Sun Gate. After hauling yourself up the steep stone steps, you will be greeted by the most breathtaking, panoramic view of Machu Picchu. At 2,720 m / 8,923 ft, the sun gate is strategically located to welcome noble visitors of the Inca citadel, acting as a control gate for its elite visitors. Aswell as offering one of the most stunning views of the sanctuary of Machu Picchu and its mountains from above, the sacred site is also famed for framing the sunrise during the winter solstice in June.

With a camera full of photos of that unforgettable view, you’ll follow the trail onward to Machu Picchu. Descending for 45 mins to the gates of the Lost city of the Incas at 2,490 m / 8,169 ft.

Once you’ve entered the citadel, you’ll have a 2-hour tour of Machu Picchu. Throughout which your guide will take you on a journey through the rich history of the Inca city, leading you along its famous sites to the legendary panoramic viewpoint. From there you’ll be best poised for the perfect view of Macchu Picchu & the iconic bucket list photos you’ve been waiting for.

As you soak up your surroundings, you’ll be guided through the ancient Inca streets to such landmarks as the temple of the sun, the central plaza and the iconic stepped terraces. As well as having time to explore the mysteries of the sanctuary alone.

Once you’ve regrouped with your guide, you’ll descend by bus to Aguas Calientes, where you can treat yourself to a well earned lunch in one of Machu Picchu towns’ many restaurants. After lunch, you’ll board a train back to Ollantaytambo, where you’ll be met by your guide and private transport who will take you back to your hotel in Cusco. Arrival time 8pm.

*There will also be time to climb Huayna Picchu mountain or Machu Picchu mountain in this tour after your guided tour of the Inca citadel. However please be aware, this will be an extra cost of $70 USD per person and will involve an extra 2-hours hiking. Return to Cusco will therefore be aboard a later train and arrival time in Cusco will be approx 10pm.*

  • Estimated walking time : 3 hours
  • Total walking distance : 6 km
  • Altitude of Machu Picchu : 2,430 m / 7,972 ft
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Day 7 will begin with breakfast in your hotel in Cusco.

At the appropriate time you’ll be picked up by your guide and driver, and transferred to Cusco airport in plenty time to board your return flight to Lima.

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  • Round trip airport transfers to Cusco hotel
  • Professional English/Spanish speaking tour guide
  • Day 1 : Entrance to Qoricancha, Sacsayhuamán & Q’enqo
  • Day 2 : Entrance to Pisac & Ollantaytambo
  • Day 3, 4 & 5 : Entrance ticket to Inca Trail
  • Day 6 : Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu
  • Private transport around Cusco city
  • Private transport around Sacred Valley
  • Private transport from Cusco to Kilometer 82
  • Private transport from Ollantaytambo to Cusco
  • Trekking poles – 2 poles per person
  • All camping equipment: 2 person tents (with enough space for belongings)
  • Dining and cooking tents with tables and chairs
  • Private toilet tent, with portable toilet seat (exclusively for our group)
  • Sleeping bags for entire trek : suitable for -15° C / 5° F.
  • Thick Comfortable Foam Mattress
  • Pillows and Rain Ponchos
  • Duffel bag for your personal belongings
  • Extra porter to carry the duffel bag : 7 kg per person (you only need a day backpack to carry what you will need during the trek)
  • Porters to carry the tents, food, and cooking equipment
  • Permits and tickets for our porters and cooks
  • 3 breakfasts, 3 appetizers, 3 lunches, 3 dinners (All prepared by our chef)
  • Vegetarian/vegan and special diets requested
  • Hot coca tea brought to you every morning in your tent
  • Appetizers or snacks each morning
  • 1 litre of boiled water per person – given after breakfast & lunch, to refill water bottles
  • Hot drinks – coca tea, coffee & tea at meal times
  • 2 hour guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Bus ticket : Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
  • Train ticket : Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
  • Oxygen and first aid kit
  • 3 nights hotel in Cusco (inc. breakfast)

Not Included

  • Food not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Optional buffet lunch in Urubamba, Sacred Valley : $ 20 USD (upon client request)
  • Optional lunch in Machu Picchu town : $ 27 USD (upon client request)
  • Hike to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain : $ 70 USD (upon client request)
  • Optional entrance to thermal baths in Aguas calientes (S / .10 soles)
  • Gratuities / Tips for the guide, porters and cook

Recommendations to bring

  • Original passport – expiration date no less than 7 months
  • Valid Student ID card (if student booking)
  • Good quality walking boots or shoes
  • Sandals for down time (very important)
  • Baselayers of varying temperatures, especially for the night
  • Thermals, gloves, scarves, wooly hat
  • Good quality trekking socks to avoid blisters
  • Raincoat or long poncho (for rainy season)
  • Waterproof trousers (for rainy season)
  • Long sleeve shirts
  • Long trousers
  • Shorts suitable for hiking
  • Wide-brimmed hat – UPV is strong at altitude
  • Canteen water bottle as you should drink plenty of fluid on the trail
  • Headlamp/Torch (very important)
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Medicine/personal effects (eg. contact lense liquid)
  • Personal First Aid Kit
  • Camera or phone camera
  • Portable battery charger
  • Toilet paper (not usually found on trail)
  • Small travel towel
  • Cash/coins – small denominations – soles & dollars
  • Swimming suit for the thermal baths in Aguas Calientes (optional)

Price and Options

(Hotels 3***)
  1.   Hotel Munay Wasi
  2.   Hotel San Fransisco Plaza
  3.   Hotel San Agustin Internacional
  4.   Hotel Siete Ventanas
  5.   Hotel Royal Inka Cusco
  6.   Hotel Marqueses boutique
(Hotels 4 ****)
  1.     Hotel Sonesta Cusco
  2.     Hotel Eco Inn Cusco
  3.     Hotel Jose Antonio Cusco
  4.     Hotel Plaza de Armas
  5.     Hotel San Agustín Plaza
  6.     Hotel El Dorado San Agustín

Packing List


  • Original Passport
  • VALID STUDENT ID CARD (if booked as a student)
  • Immigration card (delivered on the airport upon entering Peru)
  • Good quality backpack (medium sized)
  • Water storage bottle or canteen: Camelbak bottles are recommended, but all need to be sufficient to hold 1-2 litres
  • Comfortable shoes, preferably light with good soles (waterproof goretex for rainy seasons)


As flights and trains have luggage limits per person, we recommend bringing only important and necessary items to Cusco.

  • 7 Long sleeve shirts
  • 7 Breathable t-shirts
  • 7 Sets of underwear
  • 7 Pairs of socks
  • 3 Hiking trousers
  • 2 Shorts (suitable for hiking)
  • 3 Fleece
  • 1 Waterproof coat and pants (for rainy seasons)
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
  • Sandals – In case you want to visit the hot springs in Machu Picchu town
  • Small quick-drying travel towel
  • Portable battery charger for your phone and cameras


  • Sunscreen
  • Facial moisturiser
  • Insect repellent
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Wet wipes
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Toilet paper
  • Personal medication
  • First aid kit: band-aids, moleskin, etc.


We recommend taking a backpack into the citadel, however please be aware that bags of more than 25 liters will not be allowed. Larger backpacks will need be stored outside the gates of the citadel.

  • Water canteen
  • Sun hat
  • Rain clothes
  • Camera or phone camera
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Toilet paper and a small plastic bag for waste.
  • Extra money for souvenirs, drinks, and tips


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Additional Information

VISTADOME TRAIN FIRST CLASS OR INCA RAIL 360º TRAIN : For an additional payment of $30 USD per person, you can upgrade your tour package to the Vistadome class train or the Inca Rail 360º train for the return journey from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo. The upgrade is subject to the availability of trains on the dates you wish to travel.

  • Extra tickets will need to be purchased to climb Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain
  • There are limited number of spaces available per day, so we recommend requesting booking the tickets in advance
  • Once the mountain tickets are sold out for that day, there are no options available for extra tickets
  • The cost to climb the Huaynapicchu or Machu Picchu mountain is $ 70 USD per person. This will be added to the total cost
  • Those hiking Inca Trail that wish to do Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain, will also be charged an extra $ 70 USD
  • IMPORTANT: Before requesting tickets to the Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain, check availability by contacting us!
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Important Information:

  • Departure dates: We have groups for the Camino del Inca every day of the year. Less February, when the Inca Trail is closed throughout the month. The month of February you can visit Machu Picchu by train. More is not possible to do the Inca Trail.
  • Availability: To the Inca Trail Only 500 people per day are allowed. This figure includes tourists, guides, porters and cooks. The quotas are for all the people who wish to carry out the Inca Trail. So to make the Inca Trail it is essential to book months in advance. The availability of seats for the Inca Trail is the same for all agencies. Therefore before making your reservation, please check availability by contacting our email:

Where does the tour start and end?
  • All ours tours begins with the pick up to the tourists at the door of their hotels “We pick up to our clients from any hotel located in the city of Cusco”, We recommend to stay close to the historical center of the city of Cusco, it will make it easier to find your hotel.
  • All our tours ends at the door of the hotels, it means the tours will finish with transfer to your respective hotel located in Cusco.
How to prevent altitude sickness?
  • The altitude sickness or soroche can cause you some discomfort during your visit such as dizziness, fatigue or nausea. Try to avoid alcoholic beverages and fatty foods before the visit.
  • To reduce symptoms, try to acclimatize yourself one day before to the altitude of the city of Cusco. We recommend to drink infusions of coca leaf (natural plant used by the Incas) is an excellent option to avoid the actitude sickness.
How is the accommodation?
  • For all the tours which include hotels. We offer hotels of 3* and 4* category, it has spacious and comfortable rooms, bathrooms, hot showers and bueffet breakfast. If the tourist like, you can change the accommodation to a better service. You just have to request it via email for an additional cost.
Which season is the best time to visit Cusco and Machu Picchu?
  • The dry season months between April to December are the best time to come and visit Cusco. During those days the possibility of rain is very little, so the roads are not swampy and the landscapes can be better to enjoy and takes the best pictures. On the other hand, the months with the most rain are January, February and March.
What are the coldest months in Cusco Peru?
  • The coldest season in Cusco are in the months from May to July. During this time the sun is strong in the day, but once it goes down or you spend much time in the shade, it can get very cold. It can go below zero at night, so warm clothes and Jackets are necessary to bring during these months.
How long in advance can I request the tour?
  • We recommend to purchase the tours weeks or months in advance, this because the train and Machu Picchu tickets has a limit of spaces, dont wait until the lust minute to book your tour, other ways you will not be able to find spaces.
During the trip to Machu Picchu, where the big luggages will stay?

The train company that operates to Machu Picchu does not allow the traveler to carry a suitcase that weighs more than 7 kilograms. To go up and visit the city of Machu Picchu, it is recommended to carry a light and small backpack for your convenience; the rest of the luggages you can leave them without any problem at the storage of your hotel in Cusco, or you can also leave at our office in Cusco city, we have an storage too.

Very Important in case you want to book the Inca trail to Machu Picchu:
  • CLASSIC INCA TRAIL 4 DAYS: If you want to book the Classic Inca Trail 4 days, you must to book early to get your desired date. Depending on the month you prefer to do the hike, you may need to book 6 months or more in advance, the limit of spaces for the inca trail 4 days is 400 people per each day.
  • SHORT INCA TRAIL: If you are booking the 1 or 2 day Inca Trail, it is preferred that you also book in advance, however 2 to 4 month in advance would be good, the limit of spaces for the short inca trail is 200 people per each day.
When is the best season to hike the Inca Trail?
  • The best time of year to do the inca trail is between May to October, with August and September being the best months of all. The trail is dry and the weather is lovely. During the rainy season between November to April  the trail will be wet and can make it more difficult.

What will you live in the Cusco Trek, Sacred Valley and Inca Trail 7 days

  • Fall in love with the Inca culture with the city tour: Qoricancha, Sacsayhuman and Qenqo.
  • We will have a pleasant day in the Sacred Valley of the Incas showing beautiful landscapes that vary from the high Andean Andes to the deepest valleys.
  • On the tour you will be able to observe places where the impressive nature is combined with the Inca architecture.
  • During the walk we will pass through various ecosystems which offer us a diverse variety of flora and fauna of the jungle.
  • You will manage to combine several climates, impressive landscapes and archaeological sites.

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