4 Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2023

The 4 Day Inca Trail is the best track to reach the New Wonder of the World. Experience the connection with the nature and Inca sites, the gateway to Machu Picchu!

4 Days
from USD 700.00

4 Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2023

The 4 Day Inca Trail is one of the most amazing hikes worldwide and Machu Picchu is the final destination of this sensational track. Its total distance measures 43 kilometers and it takes 4 days to complete it, a visit to the Santuary of Machu Picchu including. It was was build and used by the Incas to reach Machu Picchu so that you will walk on an authentic Inca path! Trekking on the Inca Trail will gives you the most awesome first views of Machu Picchu since you will reach it from the Sun Gate. This first view of the Inca citadel remains being the same as the people who arrived at Machu Picchu experienced over 500 years ago. The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 Days is among top-popular and famous tracks worldwide. It can pride in being surrounded by breathtaking views of snowy peaks of the Andes mountain range in combination with mysterious and hardly accessible Inca remains which any other track in the world cannot offer! The architectural art of the Incas matches in perfectly with the natural landscape. Moreover, you can experience changes of ecological floors incessantly decorated with rising snow, rivers and a fantastic flora and fauna. This all makes it without any doubts an unforgettable experience that you will enjoy from the beginning to the end!

Quick Itinerary:


Day 01: Cusco - Ollantaytambo - Km 82 (Head trail) - Wayllabamba - Llulluchapampa camping

Day 02: Llulluchapampa - Warmiwañusca (Dead Women pass 4200m) - Pacaymachu Valley Camp

Day 03: Pacaymayu - Runkurakay - Phuyupatamarca - Wiñaywayna camppsite

Day 04: Wiñaywayna - Inti Punko (sunrise) - Machu Picchu


Highlights of the 4-day Inca Trail:


  • 4 day Inca Trail hike with a professional bilingual Tour Guide, a Cook and Porters,
  • Following the best Classic Inca Trail route with many varieties of flora and fauna
  • Visit of Incan monuments inaccessible by road,
  • Enjoy the best landscapes on the Inca Path
  • Taste the delicious food on the trail
  • Quality camping equipment included
  • Guided tour of the Inca trail to Machu Picchu
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu.

Service Level: Comfortable tourist-class accommodations with character, extra porters and private transport.

Physical Rating: 3 - Demanding -  Some high-altitude hikes or more strenuous activities, but accessible to most healthy travellers

Age requirement: 10+ / All travellers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

4 Day Inca Trail Tour OperatorTierras Vivas

Inca Trail Permits: It is included in your hike + Machu Picchu ticket. In the peak season the trail is booked months in advance

Crew: A professional bilingual Tour Guide, a Cook  

Extra Porters: Our porter will carry your personal belonging, included sleeping bag and sleeping roll mattres.

Accomodation: 3x campsite.

Meals: 3x breakfast, 3x lunch, 3x dinner, 3x afternoon tea

Transportation: Transportation by private van, 1x train (Expedition Class).

Group AvailableSmall Group - Min: 2 - Max: 8  

Day 01: Cusco - Km 82 - Llullucha Pampa

 We pick you up early morning from your hotel to later continue by our private transport to the 4-day Inca Trail trailhead - so called "Km 82" (2,350 m). Before you start hiking, your Guide briefs you about the next Machu Picchu trek. Afterwards, you pass through the checkpoint of the Classic Inca Trail and you begin a walk along the river of Urubamba. One of the first Incan archaeological sites to be visited is Willca Raccay. Later on, you are guided around the enormous Llactapata - another Inca complex. Then, you climb up towards the canyon of the Cusichaca River providing you fanstastic views of the east side of the Andean mountain range; especially, the mountain Veronica (5,850 m). You stop in the community of Chamana to have lunch. After that, you keep trekking along the Cusichaca River where you can appreciate many Incan irrigation canals and agricultural terraces. Later on, you walk through Wayllabamba - a picturesque village where you start a climb-up experiencing eco-system changes on the way. In the end, you reach a place of our first camping at the Llullucha Pampa village (3,850 m). You are served dinner there and then you can go to rest at our special highland tent.

  • Max. altitude: 3,850 m (12,630 ft)
  • Min. altitude: 2,600 m (8,530 ft)
  • Estimated time of trekking: 7-8 hours
  • Trekking distance: 17 km
  • Difficulty: Moderate to challenging

Day 02: Llullucha Pampa - Chaquicocha

You begin hiking early after having breakfast because conquering of the highest point of the entire Inca Trail awaits you this day. On the way, you pass through cloud forests near Yunkachimpa and Corral Punku which offer you some stunning views of the surrounding snowy mountains. Later on, you reach the point: "Abra Warmiwañusqa" (Dead Woman´s Pass) rising up to 4,200 m.a.s.l. From there, you begin descending to valley of Pacaymayo (3,300 m) to have a rest and lunch. After that, you keep hiking through a valley where the Inca´s ruins of Runkuracay are located. The guide explains you about its history. Afterwards, you climb up again to get over the second pass "Abra Runkurakay" (3,860 m). Then, there is only the last part to be defeated today and it is a climb down until you arrive at "Sayacmarca" - another Inca remains. After its guided visit, you walk along  the Yanacocha Lake to later reach Chaquicocha (3,670 m) - a place of our next campsite where you are given dinner and overnight.
  • Max. altitude: 4,200 m (12,630 ft)
  • Min. altitude: 3,500 m (11,480 ft)
  • Estimated time of trekking: 7-8 hours
  • Trekking distance: 12 km
  • Difficulty: Challenging

Day 03: Chaquicocha - Winaywayna

After breakfast, you are off to many important Inca remains passing through a splendid subtropical vegetation. When you get over the Phuyupatamarca Pass (3,670 m), you may admire the first Inca site of this day: Phuyupatamarca (3,600 m). There, you received a guided tour around this most complete and best conserved complex of the Classic Inca Trail. Its name in Quechua is translated as the "Town Above the Clouds" which reflects its location atop a mountain. Then, you enjoy lunch amidst this mysterious place. Afterwards, you climb steeply down through a cloud forest admiring a variety of beautiful orchids and bird species. Eventually, you arrive at Wiñay Wayna (2,700 m) to receive a guided tour of this impressive Inca complex. The Guide shows you its urban and religious sectors as well as an agricultural centre having many stepped terraces. Our staff pitch a campsite there so that you can have dinner. In the end of the day, you go to sleep to gain some energy for the tomorrow´s visit of Machu Picchu.

  • Max. altitude: 3,670 m (12,040 ft)
  • Min. altitude: 2,700 m (8,860 ft)
  • Estimated time of trekking: 5-6 hours
  • Trekking distance: 10 km
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 04: Wiñay Wayna - Machu Picchu - Cusco

You are served breakfast in the campsite and get ready for the last section of this "Inca highway". You ascend antique steps towards the Sun Gate (Inti Punku) from where you can appreciate the best the extraordinary sunrise above Machu Picchu. Afterwards, you are guided around the "New Wonder of the World" for 2 and half an hour. When you finish, you are given free time so you can take more pictures and/or ascend either the Machu Picchu Mountain (a 1,5 hour ascent) or Wayna Picchu (a 45-minute climb) to take some panoramic photos of Machu Picchu (please note that both climbs are optional and need to be booked in advance!). The Clasic Inca Trail ends by a descend to Aguas Calientes. In this small town, you get on a train to Ollantaytambo where you change for our private vehicle bringing you back to Cusco. Upon an evening arrival, you are taken back to your hotel.  

  • Max. altitude: 2,700 m (8,860 ft)
  • Min. altitude: 2,400 m (7,875 ft)
  • Estimated time of trekking: 3 hours
  • Trekking distance: 4 km
  • Difficulty: Easy to moderate

What is included?

Pre - Trek briefing

Our guide will visit your hotel a day before the trek for your briefing. Our guide will provided the duffel bag for your personal belonging,

Note: It is very important let us know, where you will be staying in Cusco;


Professional Guide

Experienced bilingual Tour Guide. They all grew up in this region and have a true passion to teach others about their heritage. They are fun yet professional, and will ensure you are safe and happy.

Note: A group up to 8 participants has 1 Tour Guide, a groups over 8 participants receives 2 Tour Guides


Double tent - Camping (3 Nights)

Our tents are of the brand Eureka Mountain designated for 4 seasons. We provide with 3 person capacity tents; however, just 2 trek participants use it! In this way, we provide you more space and comfort. In case of a single traveller, we provide with a 2 person capacity tent.


Inflatable Sleeping roll Mattress - Thermarest mattress

We provide with inflatable mattresses of the brand Therm-A-Rest. The mattresses are 3 cm heigh that will ensure you a sufficient isolation from the cold earth!

This inflatable mattress for more comfort to sleep in the trail 


Sleeping Bag (-5° C)

We use only feather sleeping bags that are suitable up to minus 16°C. This means you do not need to be worry about cold as temparature at night at each trek reaches just up to 0°C (maximum -5°C)!!

Inca Trail permit + Entrance fee to Machu Picchu

Included the Inca Trail Permit and Machu Picchu.


A professional Cook + Meals

3x breakfast, 3x lunch, 3x dinner, 3x afternoon´s hot beverages, Snack

The Tierras Vivas chefs cook delicious meals that many previous trekkers have raved about. If you are a vegetarian or have any restrictions, our chef will prepare special food, please advise us in advance. A vegetarian meal option is for NO extra cost. Food is typically served and buffet.


Water during the hike

Excluding the first 4 hours of the trek when you need to bring your own, Tierras Vivas will supply all the water needed. This water will be boiled, filtered and then cooled, before distributing. You must supply your own water bottles or camel back. We recommend carrying about 3L worth. We will refill our waters at each meal.


Inca Trail Porters for your personal belonging

Our porter will carry your personal belonging + Sleeping bag + Inflatable sleeping roll mattress and other porters will carry all camping equipment,  

Tierras Vivas DOES NOT permit this exploitation!! We guarantee that our porters carry only an amount given by the Peruvian law!!


Tourist Train

From Machu Picchu to Ollantaytambo, there are two companies train (Incarail and Perurail),you can choose two time of your train return to Cusco

If you take the train return at 14:55, you will be in Cusco at 18:00

If you take the train return at 19:00, you will be in Cusco at 22:00

On the high season, it is very important let us know in advance, because it is very difficult find spaces available.


Cooking Equipment

Tables and chairs, cooking tent with cooking equipment, dining and toilet tents and bottled gas


Machu Picchu Bus Ticket

A shuttle bus down from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes Town


First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle

Our 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.


Extra equipment for your hike included: 

  • A pair hiking poles
  • A blanket per person
  • A pillow
  • Day Pack Rain Covers;
  • Rain Ponchos;
  • Duffel bag (for your personal belongings);
  • A T-shirt of the Classic Inca Trail Map;.

Not Included:

  • Breakfast on the first day and last lunch in Aguas Calientes Town,
  • Entrance fee to Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain, this mountain is different for the Machu Picchu citadel($80);
  • Tips to local staff (please note: it is a custom to give tips in Peru; however, it is not obligatory);
  • Travel Insurance;

Frequent Questions:

What Is the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

It is a part of a network of authentic Inca paths connecting the Inca Empire. The paths used to served for various purposes such as personal, logistic supply, trade, religious and military. Their frequent users were runners (chasqui) to deliver important messages accross the empire. The Clasic Inca Trail is the most famous part of the network nowadays since it leads to the "Lost City of the Incas". Its next attractions are other Inca sites that can be seen on the way and which are accessible on foot only. The sites are the following: Runcuracay, Llactapata, Sayac Marca, Phuyupata Marca and Winay Wayna, Moreover, the trail offers splendid natural sceneries and panoramic views. Camping is allowed in tents only, there are not any other constructions on the way. Due to its protection purpose, only humans are allowed to walk on the path so that Porters are employed to carry camping equipment, food and personal belongings. During these 4 days of hiking, participants usually make new lifetime friendships.


How Long Takes the Classic Inca Trail?

The Traditional or Classic Inca Trail takes 4 days to complete it since it is 43 kilometers long and it is located in a high altitude. For that reason, you need to be physically fit and get acclimatized prior the trek in Cusco (or, another high-placed site). All the trek is divided in to sections that need to be done during individual days (visits of archaeological site including). On the way, trekkers hike through the Andean mountains, cloud forests and outskirts of the Amazon Rainforest where Machu Picchu is located. On the last day, you enter the famous Inca citadel through Inti Punku (Sun Gate) and enjoy its private guided tour. After finishing the Inca Trail, participants usually return to Cusco on the same by train. Some trekkers like to extend their trip so that they spent a night in one of many hotels and hostels of Aguas Calientes - a town just below Machu Picchu. However, such a decision must be done in advance due to a train availability which is problematic sometimes.


What Is the Maximum Altitude of the Classic Inca Trail?

The Classic Inca Trail is regarded as difficult not only because of its length, but especially for its altitude. The highest point is called Abra Warmiwañusqa, which means the Dead Woman´s Pass in Quechua language, and it rising up to 4,200 metres above the sea level. It needs to be overcame on the second day of the trail.


How to Avoid High Altitude Sickness?

Such a high altitude can obviously cause a high altitude sickness (Soroche). Its typical symptoms are headache, nausea, lack of energy, vomiting, loss of appetite, sleeplessness and breathing difficulty.  To avoid it, every participant of the Inca Trail is recommended to spend at least 3 days in Cusco (3,300 m.a.s.l.) or another high-situated place prior the trek. Other prevention is to drink lots of coca leave tea, water and other liquids (not coffee or Coca Cola), eat plenty of sweets such as chocolate, biscuits, bonbons, etc. There are also medicaments against soroche; however, they might have side effects. A great prevention is to chew natural coca leaves during the Inca Trail. In addition, our Tour Guides have many experience of how to act in a case of soroche.


Can I Do the Classic Inca Trail by Myself?

Machu Picchu as well as the entire Inca Trail Network is a part of the Cultural and Natural World Heritage of the UNESCO. In addition, a use of the Inca Trail is subject to the strict Inca Trail Regulations issued by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture in 2001. Since then, it has been prohibited to walk independently on the Inca Trail Network! The trail can be realized only by means of either a travel agency or an official Tour Guide. Moreover, both need to meet certain requirements and consequently, they obtain an authorization!


Is the Classic Inca Trail Available All Year Round?

The Inca Trail is open 11 months a year. The only month when it is closed is February. Why February? As it is the peak of a rainy season and it is difficult and dangerous to walk on the trail. For that reason, this month is used to make a maintenance of the track as well as Inca complexes along the way. All works are ready before the 1st March. So, when planning your Inca Trail, you might book it any time, excepting February.


When is the Best Time to Do the Classic Inca Trail?

Basically, there are only two year seasons in the south of Peru. It means a rainy season and a dry season. The rainy season starts in November and finishes in March while the dry season runs between April and October. The majority of people interested to make the Inca Trail prefers to do so during the dry season. Nevertheless, arriving at Machu Picchu within the rainy season has also its own magic since everything turns green. Besides, the only month when it is impossible to trek is February (as mentioned above). Therefore, if you go on the Inca Trail during the rainy season, you have to get ready for it. For example, with a rainy coat, waterproof trekking shoes, waterproof backpack.

Why the Classic Inca Trail?

Test Your Body Persistence:

Put your body to the test with this 4-day demanding trek. Why is the Classic Inca Trail a challenge? Since some of its parts reach over 4,000 m.a.s.l., some sections include stone steps climbing, others require steep uphill hiking. Moreover, there are climate changes starting in the mountain cold climate and changing in to the subtropical jungle climate. That is why, you can test yourself until arriving at the Sun Gate (Inti Punku), a gateway of the Inca wonder – Machu Picchu.


Delight Yourself with the Most Splendid Andean Sceneries:

You will be delighted by the natural beauty and a diversity of the Inca Trail route from the beginning to the end. You can admire high snow-capped peaks, still esplanades, parched hills, rivers, currents, a dense subtropical jungle and fruit plantations. On the way, you will be carried away by bird singing and insect sounds while you will be fascinated by stunning orchids that decorate a big part of the track. Imagine these all sunlit.

Even a thousand of pictures cannot capture the beauty of the trail. For that reason, we recommend you to make space in your mobile phone/camera/video camera memory. Do not hesitate to sit back, meditate and feel the atmosphere of the Inca Empire. It will be a lifetime opportunity!


Experience Many Inca Remains on the Track:

Another attraction of the Inca Trail are many mysterious Inca Complexes along the track. These Inca remains are only accessible by foot and thus, only for those making the trail. The first Inca site to be visited is Willca Raccay. It is followed by the enormous Inca complex of Llactapata. The first day is completed by observation of Incan irrigation canals and agricultural terraces along the Cusichaca River. On the second day, you are able to admire the circular stone building of Runkuracay that served as a food storage and a resting point for Inca messengers “chasqui”. Later, you experience the small fortress of Sayacmarca. The third day surprises you by an observation of the most complete and best conserved complex of the Classic Inca Trail: Phuyupatamarca. In the end of the day, you camp near the mysterious Wiñay Wayna. On the last day, you hike through Inti Punku (Sun Gate) – a gateway of Machu Picchu. Then, the highlight of the Classic Inca Trail expects you: a guided tour of the New Wonder of the World with its exquisite architecture!


Enjoy an Adventure with Friends and Family:

Enjoy this adventure with your close: friends and/or your family. Assemble them and plan all details together. Check the 4-day Inca Trail availability. Get in touch with our team to make this experience come true. Then, hike together, visit Inca sites, get yourselves amazed by a variety of fauna and flora and take thousands of pictures together. After all, be fascinated by the tremendous stone citadel: Machu Picchu! The Classic Inca Trail is an adventure that should be done once in your life at any rate!



Inca Trail Price

U$ 700 Per person


Student Discount:

U$ 30 per person

If you are student, you can present the UNIVERSITY STUDENT CARD and we can offer the student discount or who is 17-years-old less, We require a copy of your passport. These copies is for your book your entrance fee to Machu Picchu. Please send all to travel@responsiblepeople.org


How to book the Inca Trail?

To complete your book, we will require your personal details for each travellers.

  • Full Name
  • Passport Number
  • Nationality
  • Date of bith

Please note: It is very important that you will complete all information correctly to obtain your Inca Trail permits and Machu Picchu tickets! Except of this, please do not forget to read and accept our service policies before clicking on the Registration & payment option.


How to pay & Send Payment?

To complete your booking, we require a deposit of 50% of the total amount! The remaining balance can be paid in cash upon your arrival to Cusco.


To pay your deposit, you can choose one of the following methods:

  • Paypal (please send an email to payment@responsiblepeople.org and our sales department will send the Paypal payment form
  • Western Union
  • A bank transfer

Our contract

All bookings are made with Responsible People (RUC: 20603955618 / Peruvian Government) (us/we). and Responsible People will contact and book your trip with Tierras Vivas tour operator. By booking a trip with us you are deemed to have agreed to these Booking Conditions (which constitutes the entire agreement between you and us) and your booking will be accepted by us on this basis. The services to be provided are those referred to in your booking confirmation invoice.


Acceptance of booking

Book your trip with Responsible People and send us your personal information required by email. Once confirmed our staff will send a email for the next step to payment and it issue a confirmation invoice. A contract will exist between us from the date we issue the confirmation invoice or if you book within 2 days of departure the contract will exist when we accept your payment.


Please refer to your booking confirmation invoice for details regarding payments. If this balance is not paid on or before the due date we reserve the right to treat your booking as cancelled.


Deposit requirement & Final Payment

We will require the 50% pre-payment, this is per person per trip for your booking to be confirmed. This pre-payment is for your Hotel, Train and Machu Picchu ticket.


Final Payments

The remaining balance you can pay in our office in Cusco at least 2 days or 1 day before your hike. However, it can also be paid in advance through PayPal or you can deposit our account bank. Please notify us if paying by wire transfer.


You can pay in cash in our office in Dollars or Peruvian soles. We do not accept any torn bills. If you are not arriving to Cusco 2 days before your tour begins, please arrange your payment with the Responsible People team before your arrival.


Inca Trail Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable Deposit

If you deposited, we needed to book any trips with Tierras Vivas. For all full itineraries which include hotels, the needed deposit is 50%. The deposit can be made through PayPal or Bank Account. All deposits are fully non-refundable and non-transferable. In the event that you need to cancel your trip, cancellation fees will be assessed as outlined below under our cancellation policy. If canceling, you may not transfer your deposit to another person’s trek.



Responsible People reserves the right to cancel a program in case any of the following circumstances occur:

  1. Client's failure to pay the final balance two days prior to departure date.
  2. Force majeure: Impossibility to operate the program or trek due to unusual or unforeseen circumstances outside Responsible People's control. Ie. Weather conditions not permitting, strike not allowing operation or putting it at risk, sudden inaccessibility of route, etc.
  3. Increments in Case of Protests, Strikes (FORCE MAJEURE): In the event of a protest / strike, which is not uncommon in Cusco, it may be necessary to leave a day or even 2 days earlier than scheduled so that we are able to comply with other services. In this case, an increment will be charged to cover costs incurred.


The following refund policies apply in each case:

  1. In the event of a client's failure to pay the due balance, the client will not have any right for the deposit refund.
  2. In case force majeure occurs, Responsible People will propose viable solutions to operate the program within the available dates, or if impossible, will then propose an alternative program. If the alternative program chosen by the client is of lower value than that originally booked then the client is entitled to a refund of the price difference. All costs derived will be at the expense of the client. In case none of these would be feasible, Responsible People would refund all the money paid except all the incurred expenses so far.




Please note that the program deposit is non-refundable. The deposit is used to purchase the space within the group and once a space is purchased it cannot be resold afterwards.


Inca Trail or any trek including the Inca Trail (i) Cancellation up to months or prior to departure:


  1. If you paid the 50% pre-payment: loss of program deposit.
  2. If you paid the 100% total: Responsible People will refund the 50%.
  4. Cancellation between two days and the departure date: will be considered a No Show and no refund will be applicable.
  5. If the trek balance is not paid two days before the trek departure date, Responsible People will assume the client is canceling the trek and the deposit will not be refunded.

Cancellations regarding custom itineraries and Inca Trail programs will depend on each specific program and will therefore be agreed upon between Responsible People and the client by e-mail accordingly. Responsible People reserves the right to modify the above-mentioned cancellations and refund policies. All modifications will be immediately informed to the affected client through written communication.


Travel Documents

The client must be in possession of a valid passport and all visas required for the whole of the journey and the client accepts responsibility for obtaining the same. Any information or advice given by the company on visas, vaccinations, climate, clothing, baggage, special equipment, etc is given in good faith but without responsibility on the part of the company.



The company shall not be liable for any damage or loss if the failure to carry out the contract is:


1) Attributable to the client

2) Attributable to a third party unconnected with the provision of the services contracted for and the event is unforeseeable or unavoidable

3) Due to unforeseen and unusual circumstances beyond the company's control, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had to be exercised

4) Due to political disputes, industrial action, climate or other matters of a similar nature and any other force majeure

5) Due to an event, which the company, even with all due care could not foresee or forestall. Any liability is limited to the full price paid for the tour. In all cases the company specifically excludes all liability for indirect or consequential loss or expense including loss of profits.


Claims and Complaints

If a client has a complaint against the company the client must first inform the trek guide or company representative while on the tour in order that the guide/representative can attempt to rectify the matter. Any further complaint must be put in writing to the company within 7 days of the end of the tour. I have had sufficient opportunity to read this entire document. I have read and understood it, and I agree to be bound by its terms.


Optional activities

Optional activities not included in the trip price do not form part of the trip or this contract. You accept that any assistance given by your group leader or local representative in arranging optional activities does not render us liable for them in any way. The contract for the provision of that activity will be between you and activity provider.


Travel insurance

Travel insurance is mandatory for all our travellers and should be taken out at the time of booking. Your travel insurance must provide cover against personal accident, death, medical expenses and emergency repatriation with a recommended minimum coverage of US$200,000 for each of the categories of cover. We also strongly recommend it covers cancellation, curtailment, personal liability and loss of luggage and personal effects. You must provide proof of your travel insurance on the first day of your trip; you will not be able to join the trip without it. If you obtain travel insurance through us you acknowledge that you are satisfied with the level of insurance we have arranged.



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