Inca Trail
 An adventure through the path of the Sun
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This page indicates services and equipments included or not included in our Treks and who carry them.

Included in the Treks

Included 2-day Trek 4-day Trek
Entrance to the Inca Trail
Guides in Spanish / English (see the distribution)
Personal tent (see model)  
Kitchen tent  
Dining tent, tables and chairs  
Sleeping pad  
Porters for group equipment (see the distribution)
Cooks (see the distribution)
Breakfasts 1 3
Lunches (see example) 2 4
Snacks 1 3
Dinners (see example) 1 3
Vegetarian meals (on prior request - see example)
Transfer from the airport to your hotel
Transfer from your hotel to the entry of the Inca Trail
Hotel room in Aguas Calientes optional  
Transfer (by bus) from Aguas Calientes (train station) to Machu Picchu 1  
Entrance to Machu Picchu
Guided tour in Machu Picchu
Entrance to Wayna Picchu (see explanations) optional optional
Transfer (by bus) from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes (train station) 2 1
Train ticket Aguas Calientes - Ollantaytambo
Transfer from the train station in Ollantaytambo to your hotel in Cuzco
All applicable taxes

Not included in these Treks

  • Accomodation in Cuzco.
  • Personal porters for the Inca Trail (rent for $porteur$). Rucksack and other personal equipement will have to be carried by the passenger.
  • Sleeping bags (synthetic rented for $sac_couchage$, down rented for $sac_duvet$).
  • Walking sticks (one pair rented for $baton$).
  • Rucksack.
  • Alcoholic drinks, sodas or bottled mineral water.
  • Personal expenses and tips.
  • Personal telephone calls.
  • Cancellation and Travel Insurance.
  • Laundry.
  • Additional accomodations for bad weather o flights cancellation.
  • Flights and Airport taxes.

Who carries what?

Carried by the trekker Carried by our staff
  • Personal backpack and personal belongings
  • Sleeping bag (either personal or rented)
  • Sleeping pad (supplied for free)
  • Water or purifying pills
  • Personal tent, toilet tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, tables and chairs
  • Food, kitchen supplies, butane
  • Toilets
  • First aid and logistics equipment
  • In general, everything that is collective.
Even if we bring water and there are water points along the Inca Trail, trekkers prefer to bring their own water, sports beverage (such as Gatorade) or purifying pills.


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