Inca Trail with Hotel 2 Days | Alpaca Expedition Tour Operator

2 day Inca Trail with camping, is a short trail to Machu Picchu. Alpaca Expedition will provide a professional guide, chef, porters and camping equipment. This hike is part of the Classic Inca Trail.

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Inca Trail with Hotel  2 Days | Alpaca Expedition Tour Operator

This version of the Short Inca Trail 2 Days -1 Night, leaves from 104 km, located at 2,100 meters above sea level. (departing by train from Ollantaytambo). It is a 16-kilometer hike to Machu Picchu, where you will appreciate spectacular views of high Andean landscapes and the Amazon jungle eyebrow visiting Inca constructions on the route (Chachabamba, Choquesuysuy). We started walking 5 kilometers uphill gradually to the Inca Complex of Wiñaywayna, located at 2,700 meters above sea level. , impressive Inca citadel. Then descend by secure stairs for 40 minutes, to be in front of the majestic Inca citadel Machu Picchu, appreciate the sunset, then down to the entrance of the citadel.

Do the Inca Trail 2 days is the only tour that will allow you to travel part of what is traveled in the route of 4 days 3 nights, and above all it will allow you to reach Machu Picchu through the door of the sun (Inti Punku ). In this tour you will combine the train and hike trip where you can enjoy the beautiful landscapes along the first day. and visit Machu Picchu on the second day.

The Inca Trail of 2 days to Machu Picchu is ideal for people with little time, or for those people who did not reserve on time the complete "Classic" Inca Trail. The 2-day Inca Trail is a challenge that makes it the perfect place for an unforgettable vacation.

 

Trip Overview

 

Tour Type: Hiking, adventure, history, culture

Good For: Moderate physical fitness

Difficulty: Moderate

Considerations: Permit Required

 

Quick Itinerary:

 

Day 1: Hiking to Machu Picchu

Day 2: Visit to Machu Picchu

Day 1: Hiking to Machu Picchu

You will be picked up from your hotel at 4 a.m. Following, we will go to the train station and leave on the 6:10 a.m. train, from Ollantaytambo. The train follows the Urubamba River, until we reach Km104, where we'll begin our trek. Along the way, you will see spectacular views of the farmlands, snow-capped mountains and the mighty Urubamba River, one of the sources of the Amazon River. At 104 km (2,000 m), we will begin our trek. Once you have everything you need, we will provide you with a packed lunch, energy drinks and take a group photo, before visiting our first Inca site. After an orientation and tour of the Inca site, we will begin hiking upwards, as we head for the Classic Inca Trail. If the weather is clear, we'll have tremendous views of Machu Picchu, the Urubamba River and other surrounding Inca Sites.

After hiking for thee hours, we will reach the most beautiful Incan site on the Inca Trail, Wiñay Wayna (Forever Young) at 2,600 m/8,500 ft. Most people do not get the opportunity to see an elaborate water fountain, temples and some agricultural terraces, which provide a perfect opportunity to learn about the history of the Incas. The backdrop of this site drops off a cliff, with beautiful mountains surrounding the area. From Wiñay Wayna, we will walk to the Sun Gate, where we will see the picturesque landscape of Machu Picchu. After taking in the once-in-a-lifetime views, we will begin our descent to Machu Picchu.

A big advantage of this hike, is that by the time we reach Machu Picchu, most of the day travelers will have returned home, so you will have the area to yourself. After taking photos, we take the bus down to Aguas Calientes and head to your hotel. Following, we will head to Indio Feliz for dinner (included). This restaurant is considered to be the best food in Aguas Calientes. After dinner, we recommend going to bed early to make the most of the next day.

 

Accommodations: La Cabaña (or similar)

Meals Included: Lunch and dinner

Day 2: Visit Machu Picchu

We will wake up early in the morning in order to catch the sunrise at Machu Picchu. You will have a two hour guided tour by your private English speaking guide. After that, you will have time to explore Machu Picchu by yourself. Those who have tickets to Huayna Picchu will have time to climb the mountain, which takes approximately an hour and a half, round-trip. When you are done exploring, you can either take a bus, or walk, down to Aguas Calientes for a free afternoon before your train which will depart later that afternoon back to Ollantaytambo and then we will drive you back to Cusco.

 

Meals Included: Breakfast Only

Included

  • Professional Bilingual Guide
  • Inca Trail Permits. These permits are for a specific date and in your name. They can’t be changed, once confirmed. Only your passport number is allowed to be updated.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu citadel.
  • Accomodation: This trek includes one night in a hotel in Aguas Calientes, the town below Machu Picchu. We include a three star hotel.
  • Transportation. All your transportation is included in this trek.
  • Train back from Aguas Calientes. This is Expedition class but can be upgraded to the Vistadome train for $75 per person. Once you arrive at the train station, you will be brought back to your hotel in Cusco.
  • Round-trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu.
  • Food: Lunch will be served around Wiñay Wayna ruins, and dinner will be in the best restaurant in the town of Aguas Calientes, called Indio Feliz. Breakfast will be enjoyed at your hotel the next morning. Lunch the last day is not included. We will give you a bottle of water for your morning hike and another bottle during lunch. 
  • First Aid Kit. Every Alpaca Expeditions guide has received training in first aid from a physician. Your tour guide will always have a first-aid kit for basic medical problems (traveler’s diarrhea, cuts, scrapes, etc.) and oxygen.
  • Satellite Phones. We are prepared and all our guides are trained for most of the issues clients have on the mountain, being a phone call away from any doctor, hospital or friend helps everyone feel assured that they are safe.

Not Included

Rentals:

Because there is no camping on this trek, the only possible needs would be an extra porter, or walking sticks. The items are listed below:

  • Walking Sticks (Pair): $10
  • Porters: Because this is just a one day hike, without camping, porters are not used. Your day pack should include anything you need for the evening and next day at Machu Picchu. If you prefer to include a porter, it can be arranged for a fee based on how much you need him to carry. This must be arranged at the time of your booking, since he will also need a permit.

Additional Items:

  • Huayna Picchu: $75 per person
  • Machu Picchu Mountain: $75 per person
  • Vistadome Train (one way): $75 per person

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