Comfort Inca Trail to Machu Picchu follows a similar itinerary as the Classic Inca Trail but with upgraded private service with more varied gourmet food, higher personal weight limit, and comfortable camping equipment.
Day by day summary – Highlights the Comfort Inca Trail. Price Per Person Additional hikes: Day 1: CUSCO – HUAYLLABAMBA Full-service camping. Day 2: HUAYLLABAMBA – PACAYMAYO Full-service camping. Day 3: PACAYMAYO – Wiñaywayna Full-service camping. Day 4: WIÑAYWAYNA – MACHU PICCHU Full-service camping. What’s included What to take to the Inca Trail: DAYPACKS: DUFFEL BAGS:
Day 1: Cusco – Km 82– LLactapata – Ayapata (14km, 8hrs)
Day 2: Ayapata – Warmiwañuska – Chaquicocha (16km, 10 hrs)
Day 3: Chaquiccocha – Phuyupatamarca – Wiñaywayna (10km, 6hrs)
Day 4: Wiñaywayna – Machupicchu – Cusco (6km, 2 hrs)
* Private Exclusive tam of Porters, Chefs, and Tour guides
* Larger private camping Eureka tent for 1 and 2 persons
* Thick, Thermarest mattress
* Deluxe Sleeping bags under -20°C
* Hot Shower tents
* Duffle bags for personal equipment up to 12 kilos per person
* High-quality equipment (Chairs, tables, pillows)
* Best of Peruvian cuisine prepared by your local chef
USD$ 1430 – (Minimum 2 people)
Book your tour with only 400.USD deposit, The remaining balance can be paid on installments with no extra fees.
Huayna Picchu: Takes 2 hours to climb – 75$
Montaña. Takes 3 hours round trip – 75$
We’ll start after breakfast at your hotel located in Cusco or the Sacred Valley and drive to Km 82, the beginning of the Inca Trail. After meeting the team of porter, chefs, and guides, you’ll begin with a gentle 4 hours hike to the Inca ruins of Llactapata (2,600m/8,531ft), A beautiful Inca site located in the left side of the Urubamba. Lunch prepared by the chef, using organic local products, carefully choose to provide an Inca Trail with a food tour. After Lunch, you’ll hike for another 2 hours following the Cusichaca River until Huayllabamba, a small farming village where you will spend the first night in your comfortable tents with air mattresses, comfortable sleeping bags, and hot showers available.
Meals: snacks, lunch, dinner
Distance: (12 km – 6h)
Wake up in your tent with a cup of coffee and start packing for the hardest day, After breakfast, you’ll start ascending through the dense vegetation of the cloud forest for 4-hours up to the lunch spot at Llullucchapampa at 3008m (12467ft). Fed and reenergized, you’ll start the part of the climbing for 2-more hours up to Warmiwañusta or Dead Woman’s Pass (4,200m/13,779ft) and then another 2-hours downhill to the second campsite located at Pacaymayo (3,600m/11,811ft).
Meals: Breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner
Distance: (10 km – 8h)
After Breakfast, you’ll start hiking the second mountain pass, Runquraqay at 3,950m (13,113 ft) Along the way you’ll visit a beautiful archeological site with, after some time enjoying the view of the mountain, you’ll start descending into the Cloud forest. Lunch is located in a beautiful mountain top called Phuyupatamarca, the “city above the clouds.” 3,650m (11,972 ft), from this point you’ll be able to see Machu Picchu Mountain (Montaña) and several archeological sites located in the last part of the Inca Trail. The Campsite is Wiñaywayna (2,644m/8,675ft) located just 2 -hours from Machu Picchu.
Meals: Breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner
Distance: (16 km – 8h)
Wake up early in your tent and start packing for the final stretch of the Inca Trail, after breakfast in the campsite you’ll hike the final stretch to the Inca to Machu Picchu, along the way you will pass through the sun gate from where you will get the first glimpse of this incredible Incan Citadel. After exploring the citadel, you will have lunch in Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge and take the bus down to Aguas Calientes, later in the afternoon you’ll take the Vistadome exclusive Panoramic train back to your Hotel.
Meals: Breakfast, snacks, lunch
Distance: (6 km – 2h)
INCLUDED IN THE COMFORT INCA TRAIL
What’s not included
During the Inca Trail you will need two bags, we provide a duffle bags where you can put up to 12 kilos of personal stuff, this will be carried by porters, and you will have a daypack as well, where you need to put essentials and needs to be always with you.
You need to carry yourself and you must put everything you need during the day, remember that the duffle bags you’ll not find at lunch.
Warm layers (fleece / long-sleeved tops)
Hand sanitizer, toilet paper
Water 2 liters ( No single-use plastic bottles)
Personal medication, band-aids, moleskin
Camera, extra batteries, head Torch
Additional snacks, power bars, chocolate
Extra money for souvenirs, drinks, and tips
We provide a duffle bag where you can put up to 12 kilos of personal stuff, this will be carried by the porters from campsite to campsite.
Warm jacket, hat, and gloves for Inca trail
4-5 t-shirts (wicking t-shirts are best)
3-4 hiking pants/trousers
Four sets of undergarments
Four sets of hiking socks
Quick-dry towel, soap, wet wipes
Toothbrush, paste, face moisturizer
Powerbank / battery charger
Plastic bags to keep wet or muddy clothes separate
Day by day summary –
Highlights the Comfort Inca Trail.
Price Per Person
Day 1: CUSCO – HUAYLLABAMBA
Day 2: HUAYLLABAMBA – PACAYMAYO
Day 3: PACAYMAYO – Wiñaywayna
Day 4: WIÑAYWAYNA – MACHU PICCHU
What to take to the Inca Trail: