If Salkantay Trek isn’t enough, this 8-day journey is the ultimate adventure if you’re looking for the best of Cusco in a single tour. Before you embark on your lifetime trek, take some days to explore the most emblematic sites of Cusco City, immerse in the Inca wonders of the Sacred Valley, and be filled with extraordinary history and local culture.

Once you’ve adjusted to the altitude, you’re ready to conquer Peru’s most breathtaking trail: The Salkantay trek. Prepare to push your limits by getting up close to the imposing Salkantay Mountain and the glacial Humantay Lake, both on the way to the impressive wonder of Machu Picchu—a true expedition to buckle up!

Salkantay Trek 8 Days to Machu Picchu

This complete Salkantay Trek 8-day tour to Machu Picchu starts right in the Capital of the Incas, Cusco. From here, the magical Andean vibes will prepare you to embark on the real adventure. This trip includes day tours, exclusive hotels, and the most amazing hike to Machu Picchu. 

Tour Highlights:

  • Cusco City Tour: Explore Cusco on a guided tour of the city’s top sights and iconic monuments. Visit Plaza de Armas, Qoricancha, Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay, and Puka Pukara. Learn about the rich history and culture of Cusco as you go.
  • Sacred Valley Tour: Discover the Sacred Valley of the Incas on a full-day tour from Cusco, visiting the Pisac Inca Site, Pisac Market, Moray, Salineras of Maras, and Ollantaytambo. 
  • Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu: Embark on the epic Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu. Over 5 days, we go through some of Peru’s most beautiful scenery, passing glaciers, beautiful lakes, and subtropical jungle before reaching Machu Picchu. We do it camping so you can experience the real wilderness!
  • Humantay Lake: Known as the Andean jewel, the Salkantay Trek includes a visit to this wonderful natural wonder.
  • Machu Picchu: Spend a day exploring the best of Machu Picchu, and if you feel adventurous, climb Huayna Picchu Mountain after the tour.
  • Ride the scenic train from Machu Picchu: End your journey with a scenic ride on the panoramic Vistadome train. The views from the windows feature the most wonderful countryside of Peru.
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Salkantay Trek 8 Days at a Glance

  • Day 1: Arrival at the airport – Cusco City Tour

Transfer to your hotel from Cusco airport. After leisure time, start your City tour at 1:00 pm exploring Plaza de Armas, The temple of Qoricancha, the amazing Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka Pukara, and Tambomachay. End at the statue of Jesus for the best views of Cusco city. 

  • Day 2: Sacred Valley Tour

We'll set off from your hotel at 7:30 am and travel to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. You will spend the day visiting Mirador Taray, Pisac ruins, Pisac market, Moray, Salineras of Maras, and the impressive site of Ollantaytambo before returning to your hotel around 6:00 pm.

  • Day 3: Cusco – Salkantay Trek (Humantay Lake – Salkantay Basecamp) (12km, 6hrs)

Begin your Salkantay Trail with an early 4:30 am pickup and a drive to the trailhead. Enjoy your first breakfast in the mountains and hike for 6 hours to the campsite at Salkantaypampa (3,900 m /12,795 ft). Reach the stunning Humantay Lake on the way (4,200 m / 13,779 ft).

  • Day 4: Salkantay Basecamp - Wayracmachay – Collpapampa (18km, 9hrs)

Wake up in your tent with a cup of coffee and conquer the most challenging day: the 2-hour hike to Salkantay Pass (4,630 m - 15,190 ft). Once you reach the top, you will have time to admire the snow peak's fantastic vistas. Next is a 5-hour downhill until the second campsite located in Collpapampa Village (2,770 m - 9,087 ft).

  • Day 5: Collpapampa – Lucmabamba – Llactapata (16km, 8hrs)

After breakfast, continue through the Santa Teresa Valley, among fruit orchards and avocado trees. Have lunch with a Pachamanca underground barbecue and taste the best Peruvian coffee at a local farm. Later, hike up for 3 hours along an ancient Inca Trail to the Llaqtapata Archaeological site. Camp in front of Machu Picchu.

  • Day 6: Llactapata – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes (14km, 6hrs)

Rise early in Llactapata for spectacular views of Machu Picchu from your tent. After breakfast, we'll continue hiking for 6 hours to Aguas Calientes across the Hidroelectrica railways. Spend the night in a hotel.

  • Day 7: Explore Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas

The grand day! Start at dawn and take the first bus to Machu Picchu. Once in the citadel, you will explore the best of Machu Picchu with your guide for about 3 hours. In the afternoon, take the Vistadome Train and a private van back to Cusco.

  • Day 8: Depart Cusco

Bid farewell to Cusco with a transfer to the airport or bus terminal according to your schedule.


Included

  • Professional Tour Guide
  • Second guide for groups of 9+ travelers
  • All entry tickets to the places we visit
  • Airport transfers & transportation during the tour
  • Return on the panoramic Vistadome Train or 360°
  • Round trip bus to Machu Picchu 
  • Camping equipment (dining tents, tables, chairs, and portable toilets)
  • 3-night camping in comfortable tents
  • 4 nights 3-star hotel in Cusco and Aguas Calientes
  • Cargo mules to carry all camping equipment
  • Experienced chefs and porters
  • Lunch on day 2 during the Sacred Valley Tour
  • Meals on the trek (5 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners)
  • Drinkable water during 4 days of hiking (after 1st lunch)
  • Duffle Bag for up to 8 kg (17 lb) of your personal gear
  • Pillow, sleeping pad, rain poncho, hand towels
  • First-aid kit, satellite phones, oxygen supply
  • All taxes and booking fees

Not Included

  • Sleeping bag, air mattress, trekking poles (you can rent them from us)
  • Meals not indicated
  • Entry to Huayna Picchu mountain
  • Entry to Machu Picchu Mountain 
  • International or domestic flights
  • Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Gratuities for the staff

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Full Itinerary of Salkantay Trek 8 Days

Day 1: Arrival at the airport – Cusco City Tour

Welcome to Cusco! On arrival, our team will pick you up from the airport and take you to a centrally located hotel. If you arrive early, have free time to relax in the city before the tour (we recommend booking early morning flights to Cusco). Our tour begins in the afternoon at 1:00 pm. with a walking tour with your guide, visiting the most remarkable places in Cusco City: explore Plaza de Armas, see the 12-angled stone street, and discover the once-gilded Temple of the Sun at Qoricancha.

The second part is by car, a 10-minute drive to Sacsayhuaman, an extraordinary Inca setting made of massive rock walls. After enjoying the upper Cusco views, you will visit the labyrinth of Qenqo, the temple of the water Tambomachay, and the red fort of Puka Pukara. On the way back to your hotel, and if you still have time, we will visit the large white statue of Christ perched up the hill overlooking the city of Cusco. 

  • Tour Duration: Half-day
  • Entry tickets: Included
  • Meals: Not included
  • Accommodation: Casa Andina Standard or similar

Day 2: Sacred Valley Tour: Pisac, Moray, Salineras of Maras, Ollantaytambo

Today, we'll set off after breakfast at 7:30 am and drive across the Sacred Valley's rolling mountains. Our first stop will be the Mirador of Taray, a lookout point that offers spectacular views of the Sacred Valley, the Andes’ eastern mountain range, and the Urubamba River. From here, we'll make our way to Pisac, which is famous for its handicraft market and impressive archeological site. Before you explore the site, you'll take a free roam across its crafted stores, allowing you to understand more about the Andean culture. We'll then drive uphill to the Pisaq site itself. This extraordinary place was once a control point and boasts incredible dramatic vertical terraces, making it even more surreal.

After taking in the views, we'll drive for one hour to Urubamba and have lunch in the local style. You'll indulge in various dishes made with fresh ingredients and local produce from the valley. We'll then head west to see two must-stops on the tour: the circular terraces of Moray and the Salt Mines of Maras. Our last stop will be the charming town of Ollantaytambo, where we'll walk through its last remaining Inca streets and visit the impressive site. We'll then return to Cusco and drop you at your hotel around 6.00 pm.

  • Duration: Full-day
  • Entry tickets: Included
  • Meals: Buffet Lunch
  • Accommodation: Casa Andina Standard or Similar

Day 3: Cusco – Humantay Lake – Salkantay Basecamp (12km, 6hrs)

An early start! Today, we'll pick you up from your hotel in Cusco around 4:30 am and drive for 3 hours to the start of the Salkantay Trek Cusco. We will arrive early enough, by 7:30 am, to enjoy your first breakfast in the mountains. The first part is a 3-hour easy hike to Soraypampa to prepare your body for the following days. Along the way, you will see spectacular canyon views, the first views of Humantay Mountain, and the surrounding valleys. Once you get to Soraypampa, a filling and tasty lunch awaits amid the most beautiful mountain setting. 

After lunch, it'll be a 2-hour climb to Humantay Lake at 4,200 m (13,780 ft). Hundreds of visitors visit this turquoise water lagoon every day, but you'll arrive in the late afternoon, which means you will enjoy this fantastic place with fewer people. From here, we'll continue along the Salkantay Valley, following the meandering streams up to Salkantaypampa. This will be our first campsite close to the imposing Salkantay Mountain at 4,150 m (13,615). Upon arrival, you'll find the tents already set up, warm water to wash, and tea time. You'll finally eat dinner before you sleep in the comfortable tents as you stargaze in the clear Andean sky.

  • Hiking Distance: 12 km / 7.5 mi
  • Duration: 7 hours
  • Campsite Altitude: 4,150 m / 12,795 ft
  • Highest Altitude: 4,150 m / 12,795 ft
  • Meals: Breakfast, snacks, lunch, tea time, and dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping under million stars
  • Considered: Moderate

Day 4: Salkantay Basecamp – Wayracmachay – Collpapampa (18km, 9hrs)

Wake in your tent with a hot cup of coffee and a spectacular view of the mountains! You will have time to pack and get ready for the day. After breakfast, you will start with the most challenging part of the Salkantay Trail, a 2-hour ascent to the highest point, the Salkantay Pass (4,630 m / 15,190 ft). Once you reach the top, take some time to explore and enjoy the snow-capped peak with fantastic views, including the Pumasillo peak and an incredible rock forest. Then, continue a 2-hour descent to Wayracmachay, where your chef will wait for another outstanding meal. 

After enjoying the well-earned lunch, you'll continue dropping for 3 hours until arriving at the second campsite near the village of Collpapampa at 2,770m (9,087ft). Along the way, you will see a wide variety of flora and fauna as a result of the fastest and most dramatic changes in temperature in the landscape, from cold, snowy peaks to green tropical areas. We'll set camp and eat dinner before you enjoy the rest of the night.

  • Hiking Distance: 18 km / 11.2 mi
  • Duration: 9 hours
  • Campsite Altitude: 2,770 m / 9,087 ft
  • Highest altitude: 4,630 m / 15,190 ft
  • Meals: Breakfast, snacks, lunch, tea, and dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping
  • Difficulty: Challenging

Day 5: Collpapampa – Lucmabamba – Llactapata (16km, 8hrs)

Today's journey starts at 7:00 after breakfast. We'll take a 3-hour hike along the Santa Teresa Valley, following the white water river from the high mountains of Salkantay, a verdant area home to several waterfalls, orchids, flowers, coffee farms, and small villages. You will arrive right on time in Lucmabamba to participate in a Pachamanca, a traditional underground barbecue. This unique feast is cooked with hotel stones and comes with all kinds of meat, vegetables, and even fruits that are buried underground. While waiting for the special meal, you will visit Wilbert’s organic coffee farm, learn the harvesting process, and make your own espresso cup right from the beans.

After the Pachamanca feast, you will continue the second part of the day, following an ancient Inca Trail for 3 hours. This trail will take you up to the beautiful Llactapata archeological site, located right in front of Machu Picchu. Here, we will catch the first breathtaking views of the ruins of Machu Picchu and spend the night with your tents overlooking the immensity of the mountains.

  • Hiking Distance: 16 km /10 mi
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Campsite Altitude: 2,750 m / 9,022 ft
  • Highest Altitude: 2,750 m / 9,022 ft
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • Accommodation: Camping in front of Machu Picchu
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 6: Llactapata – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes (14km, 6hrs)

Start early, open your tent, and witness Machu Picchu for a second time. If the weather allows, you will have the most beautiful sunrise over the Citadel, relax, and get ready for the final and last day of hiking to Aguas Calientes. The first part is a 2-hour downhill hike to Hidroelectrica Station, where you will get lunch to reenergize and say goodbye to our trekking team. Then, you will continue to Intiwatana (sundial rock). Visited by Hiram Bingham during the 1911 expeditions, this carefully carved rock perfectly aligns with the Sundial at Machu Picchu during the winter solstice.

Continue a pleasant 3-hour hike along the train tracks to Aguas Calientes. This part of the hike is full of history, not only because you will be walking around Machu Picchu but also because the American Explorer Hiram Bingham III used it during the 1911 expedition that led to the discovery of the wonder. You will be able to visit the Mandor Gardens, where Hiram Bingham met a farmer named Arteaga and eventually discovered Machu Picchu, thanks to him. Due to the rich flora and fauna, it's possible to see different species of birds and flowers, including orchids and other endemic species. Upon arrival at Aguas Calientes, you will enjoy a relaxing shower and dinner at a local restaurant.

  • Hiking Distance: 14 km / 8.6 miles
  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Aguas Calientes Altitude: 2,000 m / 6,561 ft
  • Highest Altitude: 2,750 m / 9,022 ft
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • Accommodation: 3-star hotel
  • Difficulty: Moderate

Day 7: Discover Machu Picchu (Lost City of the Incas) – Cusco

The last and most important day! You'll wake up early, have breakfast in the hotel, and catch the first bus to Machu Picchu. The hotel will store your heavy bags so you can go light to get the best of the day. Upon arrival at the checkpoint, you must show your original passport and entry ticket. On this 3-hour tour, you will explore the most crucial parts with your tour guide, including plazas, temples, and palaces. It'll be a great opportunity to learn about this fantastic place’s history and reveal untold stories with up-to-date information.

Afterward, you'll finish right at the entry point. If you have tickets and extra time, you can climb the famous Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain (optional and different from Machu Picchu Citadel). After your visit, you will take the bus down to Aguas Calientes, have lunch (not included), and take the Vistadome panoramic train to Ollantaytambo. From here, our private van will take you back to Cusco and drop you off at your hotel around 7.30 pm.

  • Tour Duration: 3 hours in Machu Picchu
  • Machu Picchu Altitude: 2,430 m / 7,972 ft
  • Meals: Breakfast (others not included).
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Difficulty: Easy

Day 8: Depart Cusco

After breakfast, transfer to the airport or bus terminal according to your schedule.

Packing list for the Salkantay Trek 8 days

The Salkantay Trek 8 Days package includes tours in Cusco, the Sacred Valley, and a multiday hiking trip to Machu Picchu, which means you will need proper gear for all weather and temperatures. The packing list for each tour is different: 

What to pack for the City Tour in Cusco?

On the first day, we will pick you up from the airport, bus station, or hotel if you are already in Cusco. We will transfer you to a hotel near the center of Cusco and have time to unpack and rest. You will be in the same hotel for 2 nights. 

For the city tour, you only need a small backpack: make sure you have all the essentials for the tour. 

  • Small backpack
  • Warm clothes, appropriate for short hikes
  • Rain gear all the time in your backpack
  • Sun protection
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Extra money in cash (soles)

What to pack for the Sacred Valley Tour?

On the second day, you will explore the best of the Sacred in a full-day tour. You will travel in a small backpack, and your suitcase must stay in your hotel. Make sure you have all the necessary stuff with you:

  • Small and comfortable backpack
  • Comfortable clothes for the day tour
  • Warm clothes
  • Rain gear
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Extra money for souvenirs

What to pack for the Salkantay Trek?

Here are the essentials for the Salkantay Trail to Machu Picchu:

  • Original passport: Valid for at least 6 months after the travel date (a copy will not be accepted).
  • Valid Student Card: You will need to send a copy of the ID for verification (if you booked as a student).
  • Comfortable hiking boots: light, comfortable, and broken in.
  • A good quality daypack: made for hiking, light, small, and comfortable.
  • Water container: for at least 2 liters; either a bottle, a camel bag, or aluminum canteens.

What to put in the DAYPACK:

Your daypack will always be with you, so you will need to pack personal and handy objects for each day of the trek. For Machu Picchu, the backpack regulation only allows smaller than 25 liters. If you have a bigger one, please get in touch with us to see if it's possible to bring it along.

  • Warm clothes for the mornings
  • Rain gear is always with you
  • Sun protection (sun cream, hats, sunglasses)
  • Insect repellent
  • Hand sanitizer, toilet paper, wet wipes
  • Personal medication, band-aids, moleskin
  • Camera, extra batteries, head torch
  • Extra snacks, power bars, chocolate
  • Extra money for souvenirs, drinks, and tips (small change is useful)

What to pack in the DUFFLE BAG:

During the briefing day, we will provide you with one duffle bag to pack up to 8 kg (17.6 lb) of your stuff, including sleeping bags and mattresses. If you rent equipment from us, the sleeping bags weigh 2 kg, and the mattress is up to 1 kg. Make sure not to put breakable items.

You don't have to worry about carrying your duffle bags during the trek. Cargo mules and muleteers will take them for you. However, please keep in mind that you won't have access to your items until you arrive at each campsite.

  • Sleeping bag (can be rented from us)
  • Air mattress (can be rented from us)
  • Comfortable shoes for the camp after hiking
  • Warm jacket, hat, and gloves to stay warm at night
  • 5 sets of t-shirts
  • 3 comfortable hiking trousers
  • 5 sets of undergarments
  • 1 Fleece or a down jacket for the coldest nights
  • Quick-dry towels, toiletries
  • Powerbank/battery charger
  • Plastic bags to keep wet or muddy clothes separate

Price for the Salkantay 8 Days Trek

Special Price per person: US$ 798

To book the Salkantay Trek 8 Days, you need to make an initial payment of US$ 400 per person; the remaining balance can be paid online or at our office in Cusco with any card and without booking fees. 


Student Discount: US$ 40 per person

All travelers under 17 have a $40 discount. If you are 25 years old or under when traveling, you can get the discount with your Student ID. Please send us an email to receive a code for the discount.

Valid Student ID for Machu Picchu

To get the student discount, travelers should have a Valid ID with the following:

  • 25 years or less at the time of entering Machu Picchu. Older than 25 can not enter as a student
  • The ID must have the Name of the university, name, and photo of the student
  • The ID must have a valid expiration date

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Invalid Student IDs

Student IDs are not eligible for a discount when:

  • Traveler is older than 25
  • Expired ID
  • Student ID without expiration date
  • ISIC cards are not valid. 

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What is Salkantay?

At 6,271 meters or 20,574 feet, Salkantay is the second-highest peak in the Cusco region. It is situated in the mid-range of the Peruvian Andes, 60 kilometers from Cusco, near the west-northwest Vilcabamba Mountain. Meaning "Savage Mountain," Salkantay is revered by the inhabitants as a Sacred Deity who, since the Inca Period, has governed fertility and the weather.

1952 was the first ascent of Salkantay by a French-American team. Salkantay Mountain's shape, steepness, and boundary with the Amazon make it a particularly challenging mountain to climb.

What is Salkantay Trek?

The Salkantay Trek is an alternative trek to the Inca Trail and has become the most popular option due to its close proximity to Machu Picchu and its historic paths.

The Salkantay trek cusco can be completed in four or five days, with the Salkantay Pass rising to a maximum elevation of 4,630 meters (15,190 feet). The Adventure Travel Magazine published by National Geographic ranked this walk as one of the Top 25 Treks in the World.

Is Salkantay Trek worth it?

Indeed! There's a certain sense of accomplishment that comes with the Salkantay Trek that other hikes just cannot match. This trek is a wonderful blend of natural beauty and historical landmarks; it begins high in the mountains, where the landscape is dominated by snow-capped peaks and chilly temperatures, and ends in the high rainforest, also known as the Cloud Forest.

Whatever the case, it's an amazing chance to experience diverse landscapes and weather changes along the way, not to mention the possibility of camping in front of Machu Picchu.

How high is Salkantay Trek?

The highest point reached on the trek is the Salkantay Pass, with 4,630 m /15,190 ft, which should not be confused with the Salkantay Mountain altitude of 6,271 m (20,574 ft). Here are the altitudes you can expect during the trail:

•  First campsite: 3,900 m / 12,795 ft
•  Second campsite: 2,770 m / 9,087 ft
•  Third campsite: 2,750 m / 9,022 ft
•  Last night at Aguas Calientes: 2,000 m / 6,561 ft

How is the weather in the Salkantay Trek?

The weather for the Salkantay Trek changes depending on whether you hike in the dry season (April to October) or the wet season (November to March). The wet season, which coincides with summer in the Southern Hemisphere, will see a minor increase in temperature. The walk passes through a variety of ecosystems and altitudes. Thus, the weather can drastically change. It can be as low as 0°C in the highlands, and in the cloud forest, it can get as high as 24°C.

What To Expect in the Salkantay Trek?

You are embarking on the hardest trek to Machu Picchu, so you need to be ready for Long days of hiking through chilly, rainy, cloudy, and sunny conditions; camp for the first night in below-freezing conditions without access to electricity or a phone.

Not every day is cold; day 1 and the first part of day 2 are quite chilly. Additionally, there are spots with wifi and a cell phone signal after the second campsite.

How to prepare for the Salkantay Trek?

Anyone can complete the Salkantay Route; however, you will require moderate fitness to complete the walk. You don't have to be an excellent hiker, but you should be physically active; if you aren't, you should prepare for this journey ahead of time to avoid unpleasant surprises.

You don't need to train for months! You must, however, go on short hikes every hour or so, increasing the frequency and duration as the tour departure date approaches. Some time spent at the gym, walking, or spinning will also be helpful.

We recommend going on short, steep hikes on weekends or at least twice a month.

Is altitude sickness a problem? What should I do to avoid altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness is real and can affect anybody, whether they are expert hikers or not. This Salkantay Trek Cusco tour includes activities before the trek so you can adjust to the altitude easily:

•  During the first 2 days, you will go on activities that are not exhausting and don’t include several hours of hiking: Cusco City TourSacred Valley Tour, and Maras Moray.

•  Avoid tours like Rainbow Mountain, including several hiking hours, which are very high. This tour is perfect after the Machu Picchu trip.

•  Bring altitude medicine like Diamox or others recommended by your doctor.

•  Eat light and drink lots of water or coca tea during the first days.

When is the best time to hike the Salkantay and visit Machu Picchu?

The Best time to visit Machu Picchu is from April to November, during the dry season. April and November are the shoulder months, and a weather increase is expected.

January and February are months to avoid this trip since the heavy rainy season and landslides risk. During these months, we recommend the Lares trek.

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