Camino Inca a Machu Picchu
Sitio arqueológico de Runkurakay
Camino Inca Clásico a Machu Picchu

Classic Inca Trail To Machu Picchu 4D/3N - Group Service

Camino Inca a Machu Picchu
Sitio arqueológico de Runkurakay
Camino Inca Clásico a Machu Picchu
Camino Inca a Machu Picchu
Sitio arqueológico de Runkurakay
Camino Inca Clásico a Machu Picchu

Classic Inca Trail To Machu Picchu 4D/3N - Group Service

13,779 ft.
  • Cusco
  • Piscacucho
  • Wayllabamba
  • Warmiwañusca
  • Wiñay Huayna
  • Machu Picchu


Discover the epic adventure of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days: An ancestral treasure deep in South America!

Nestled in the imposing Peruvian Andes, the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days or Classic Inca Trail, emerges as a true archaeological and natural gem that has captivated travelers from all over the world. As the sun paints the snowy peaks and lush valleys with golden hues, this legendary trekking route comes alive, offering an unparalleled experience that combines history, adventure, and fascinating landscape beauty.

Choosing to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in a group becomes an even more memorable adventure when you share each step with other travelers. Together, you will overcome obstacles, share your cultures, and forge friendships from all over the world.


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  • Experience an exceptional adventure by walking the trails of South America’s number one trekking route.
  • Along the way, hikers will witness awe-inspiring landscapes, from dense forests, majestic mountains, and the snowy peaks of the Andes.
  • Discover ancient ruins in spectacular settings, such as Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, and Wiñay Wayna.
  • By trekking the Inca Trail, you contribute to cultural heritage conservation and local well-being.
  • Contemplate the sunrise at Machu Picchu from the Inti Punku (Sun Gate), an epic experience for adventure and history lovers.

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days – Group Service

Join an exciting 4-day group trek on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and live an unforgettable experience in the company of other adventurers. From the first step on the ancient trail to the triumphant arrival at Machu Picchu, you will be surrounded by the majesty of the Andes and the history of the Incas.

Along the way, you will marvel at ancient ruins such as Runkurakay and Sayacmarca; and you will also enjoy delicious meals specially prepared to energize you for this epic adventure.

With expert guides at your side, you will cross the iconic Abra Warmihuañusca and explore the archaeological treasures of Wiñay Wayna. The culmination will be the spectacular sunrise at Machu Picchu, sharing this moment with your new travel companions.

Itinerary Quick View:

    • Overnight: Campsite at Wayllabamba
    • Overnight: Campsite at Pacaymayu
    • Overnight: Campsite at Wiñaywayna




Highlight of the day: Enjoy and take the best photos of Patallacta’s archeological site with panoramic views.

Camino Inca Clásico a Machu Picchu Wayllabamba

We begin our group adventure of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, picking you up in our private transportation from your hotel in Cusco. Once we are all on board, we will head to the town of Ollantaytambo, where you will be given an average time of 40 minutes to have breakfast and make your last purchases (snacks, water, among others). Remember that this is the last point where you can find these supplies.

Then, we will continue our journey to the town of Piscacucho (Km 82), the starting point of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Classic. Here, you will meet the rest of our entire travel team (talented chefs and excellent porters), who will accompany you on this epic adventure. Once we are at the Inca Trail checkpoint, you will need to present your original passport before starting to hike this ancient trail.

During this first day, you will do a gradual warm-up hike, as the trail is not very demanding. The first place we will go to is the archaeological site of Huillca Raccay, from where we will have a privileged view of the Inca site of Patallacta (an ancient Inca checkpoint located in the middle of thick vegetation), then, we will continue walking for about 30 minutes more to Tarayoc, where we will enjoy a delicious lunch accompanied by the incredible view of the snowy La Veronica (5,860 m/19,225 ft).

After a nutritious lunch, we will continue walking for another 2.5 hours until we reach our campsite at Wayllabamba (3,000 m/9,842 ft). Here, we will wait for you with tea, snacks and a light dinner to finally rest in the tents already prepared for your comfortable stay.

NOTE: In case you are staying in Urubamba or Ollantaytambo at the beginning of the tour, the pick-up will be at 6:00 a.m. and if you are at Km 82, the pick-up will be coordinated 24 hours before.

  • Walking Distance: 12 km/7.45 miles
  • Starting elevation: 2,720 m/8,923 ft.
  • Highest elevation: 3,000 m/9,842 ft.
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Overnight: Campsite at Wayllabamba
  • Meals: Lunch and dinner

Highlight of the day: Challenge yourself and conquer the Warmiwañusca´s Pass, the highest point of the Inca trail to Machu Picchu.

Warmi Wañuska Camino Inca a Machu Picchu

We will begin early our trek. During the first hour and a half of the trek, we will cross a dense Andean Forest to Ayapata, where we will visit the Tres Piedras´s archeology site. Continuing with the hike, we will notice that the ecosystem will begin to change as we enter the inter-Andean forests, where the Unca trees are exclusives of this area.

After 2 hours more of trekking, we will arrive at Llulluchapampa´s campsite. Here, we will stop to rest and enjoy snacks with hot drinks. From this point, we will be starting the last ascent to the Warmiwañusca Pass, located at 4,215 m/13,929 ft., the highest point of the Inca Trail. Here, our guide will perform an Andean ceremony, thanking the Pachamama and the Apus (Inca gods).

Once we reach the pass, we will begin the descent to our Pacaymayu´s campsite (3,580m./11,745 ft.), here we will enjoy our delicious dinner and a well-deserved rest to recharge our batteries.

  • Walking Distance: 11 km/6.83 miles
  • Starting elevation: 3,000 m/9,842 ft.
  • Highest elevation: 4,215 m/13,828 ft.
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Overnight: Campsite at Pacaymayu
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Highlight of the day: We will travel to the past at Wiñay Wayna, where you will explore mysterious ruins and enjoy beautiful sceneries.

Sitio arqueológico de Runkurakay wiñaywayna inca site

After a nutritious breakfast, we will start with a trek of approximately 45 minutes to reach the Runkurakay´s archaeological site, where we will explore its impressive circular constructions and take a short break before starting the ascent to the Runkurakay Pass (4,000 m/13,123 ft), the second highest point of the Inca Trail.

After enjoying the impressive scenic view, we will start with the descent of approximately 1 hour to reach Sayacmarca´s archaeological site, located in a strategic position to control the valleys of the cloud forest. After exploring and taking the best pictures of the site, we will continue our hike until we reach Chaquicocha, where we will have a delicious lunch and a well-deserved rest.

After the revitalizing break, we will continue hiking until we reach Phuyupatamarca, a place that offers wonderful panoramic views of the Urubamba River valley. From this point, we will descend for about 2 hours through the famous stone steps until we reach the archaeological complex of Intipata.

Then, we will continue with an average 30-minute walk until we reach Wiñay Wayna, our last campsite on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Here we will explore the Wiñay Wayna´s archaeological site (2,680 m/8,792 ft). After visiting this important Inca site, we will proceed to return to our campsite for a delicious dinner and a relaxing rest.

  • Walking Distance: 16 km/9.94 miles
  • Starting elevation: 3,580 m/11,745 ft.
  • Highest elevation: 4,000 m/13,123 ft.
  • Difficulty: Formidable
  • Overnight: Campsite at Wiñay Wayna
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Highlight of the day: The arrival at Machu Picchu in all its morning splendor makes up for every step taken.

Camino Inca Clásico a Machu Picchu caminatas a machu picchu

The day you have been waiting for has arrived! We will start waking up very early (3:30 – 4:00 am approx.) to begin the last stretch of the Inca Trail and be the first to visit Machu Picchu. Our first stop will be at the Inti Punku or Sun Gate, from where we will have the first impressive view of the archaeological complex of Machu Picchu.

After taking the best pictures, we will descend for approximately 45 minutes, until we reach the Inca city of Machu Picchu, where we will visit the Guardian’s House, from where you can take the most famous postcard photo of Machu Picchu. Then, we will go to the main entrance of the complex to check in before starting the tour.

The guided tour of Machu Picchu´s archaeological site lasts approximately 2 hours, during which you can see the most important places of the complex, among which we highlight the sector of the “qolqas“, the agricultural sector, the set of the 3 gates, the temple of the sun and the house of the Inca.

At the end of the tour of Machu Picchu, we will take the bus that will take us to the town of Aguas Calientes, where you will have time to have lunch before boarding the train that will take you to the town of Ollantaytambo. There, our private transportation will be waiting for you to take you to your hotel in the city of Cusco and thus end this incredible adventure of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

NOTE: If you have purchased the entrance ticket for Huayna Picchu, Huchuy Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain, you will have enough time to do these hikes. Remember that these extra routes in Machu Picchu are an optional activity, have an extra cost and must be booked in advance due to limited space.

  • Walking Distance: 5 km/3.10 miles
  • Starting elevation: 2,680 m/8,792 ft.
  • Highest elevation: 2,730 m/8,956 ft.
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Meals: Breakfast (Hotel)



  • Briefing
    • 2 days before the trek you will have a briefing meeting, where you will meet your guide and be given key details about the 4-day Inca Trail Tour.
  • Professional and trained staff
    • Experienced bilingual tour guide
    • Assistant tour guide (groups more than 9 people)
    • Professional cooks
    • Porters (will carry camping equipment and kitchen)
    • Porter for your Personal Belongings: We provide a dedicated personal porter to carry your duffel bag at no extra cost. Please note that access to your duffel bag will only be available at your evening campsite. The duffel bag weight limit is 5kg,
  • Equipment
    • EUREKA and DOITE camping equipment, 4 people tents shared by only 2. Single tents are available ($30US)
    • Dining tent, well equipped
    • Duffle bag (duffle bag for your belongings)
    • Inflatable mattresses or mats/brand: “Therm-A-Rest” or “Rei”. “No extra cost”
    • Portable toilet
  • Emergency kit
    • First aid kit
    • Oxygen bottles
  • Permits and entrance
    • Entrance tickets and Inca Trail permit
    • Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu (Circuit 5)
  • Accommodation
    • 3 nights in comfortable and spacious tents
  • Food and beverages
    • 3 breakfasts
    • 3 lunches
    • 3 happy hours
    • 3 dinners
    • Water for the trekking (day 1 is on your own)
    • If you have any food preferences, please let us know!
  • Transport
    • Transport to KM 82
    • Return train Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo (Expedition (Peru Rail) or Voyager (Inca Rail))
    • Consettur Bus (Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes)
    • Return transport to Cusco


  • Entrance fee to Huayna Picchu Mountain: $ 85.00 USD
  • Entrance fee to Machu Picchu Mountain: $ 85.00 USD
  • Entrance fee to Huchuy Picchu: $ 60.00 USD
  • Sleeping bag (rent with us)
  • Trekking poles (rent with us)
  • Breakfast on the first day
  • Lunch and dinner on the fourth day
  • Travel Insurance
  • Train Vistadome (Peru Rail), extra $ 50.00 USD per person
  • Tips
  • Souvenirs
  • Single tents are available ($30US)

Packing List


Here´s the essential items guide to pack for your Inca Trail 4D/3N


  • Original physical passport
  • ISIC card (students)
  • Extra money (PEN)
  • Bottle of water (rechargeable)
  • Personal medication
  • Sunscreen (SPF 50+)
  • Hat
  • Insect repellent
  • Personal care items


  • Waterproof and windproof jacket
  • Thermal jacket
  • Trekking boots
  • Lightweight shoes or trekking sandals
  • Trekking socks
  • Trekking trousers (detachable)
  • Thermal trousers
  • Rain poncho
  • Bathing clothes


  • Trekking poles (rent with us)
  • Sleeping bag (rent with us)
  • Duffle bag (provided by us)
  • Medium trekking backpack
  • Lantern


  • Camera
  • Charger and battery portable
  • Healthy snacks
  • Towel
  • Wet wipes





US$ 779.00

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Includes Personal Porter who will carry your personal belongings for a maximum of 5 kgs (including sleeping bag: 2 kgs).

Discounts for Classic Inca Trail:

  • Groups of 5 or more: US$ 25.00 All you need is to book the tour at the same time.
  • Children under 16 years old: US$ 35.00 Please send us a copy of your passport at the time of booking the tour.
  • Student Discount (24 years old maximum): US$ 35.00 The Student Discount applies to anyone who has a valid UNIVERSITY STUDENT CARD at the time of the hike and is between 17 and 24 years old. To access the discount, we require a copy of the card at the time of booking. For those booking 17 and under, we require a copy of your passport at the time of booking. Please send everything to info@wamanadventures.com.

Extra Services



Hire of sleeping bag 5 season $25.00
Walking stick, highly recommended! $15.00
Single Tent supplement $30.00
Additional porter for 5 kg. $80.00
Additional night at 3-star hotel $85.00

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What is the Inca Trail?

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is an exceptionally preserved section of the great Qhapaq Ñan´s road network. This ancient network of trails stretches for more than 30,000 km in South America and once linked the main Inca cities or “llactas” of Tahuantinsuyo.

Where is the Inca Trail?

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is located northwest of the Cusco region, approximately 60 km from the city, belonging to the town of Piskacucho, where the famous route around the famous Vilcanota River begins.

What to expect of the 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

The classic Inca Trail promises a memorable trek through captivating landscapes and ancient trails. With small groups, expert guides, and quality campsites, you will delve into local culture and explore fascinating archaeological sites. The trip culminates in a stunning view of Machu Picchu. It’s a journey that combines adventure, history, and nature.

How high is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

The Inca Trail is on altitudes that get from 2,400 m to 4,215 m. During the trek, visitors will experience significant changes in altitude, especially when they reach the highest point at the Warmi Wañusca´s Pass. This requires good acclimatization.

How long is the Inca Trail in Peru?

The Inca Trail trail, which is covered during the classic 4-day trek, is approximately 43 kilometers long, during which you will pass through incredible flora and fauna, making every step worthwhile.

How difficult is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu presents different levels of challenge. Throughout the trek, you will experience different terrains, altitudes, and weather conditions. Generally, it is considered a moderate to demanding trekking route.

The second day is usually the most challenging because it has steep terrain and the highest point at Warmi Wañusca Pass (4,215 m/13,828 ft.).

How to prepare for hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days?

Yes, it is recommended that you do pre-training exercises, such as regular walking, and cardiovascular and muscle strengthening exercises, to overcome the physical challenge of the 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Also, it is imperative to speak to a doctor before starting the trek to check for any medical conditions that may affect your health during the trek.

Where does the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu start and finish?

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu starts at km 82 in Piscacucho and ends at the spectacular archaeological site of Machu Picchu at dawn on the fourth day. At the end of the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel in Cusco to close this unique experience.

How can I find out the Inca Trail availability?

The only way to find out about availability for the Inca Trail is through an authorized travel agency. Contact our sales team at Waman Adventures for more information. Remember, in case you are a solo traveler, they can help you get a group together and enjoy this unmissable adventure.

How to book Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu?

The only way to secure your Inca Trail and Machu Picchu entrance fees is through Waman Adventures, an agency authorized by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.

To book your trip, please follow the steps below:

  1. Contact our sales team and agree on the date of your trip.
  2. Once agreed, you will be sent a payment link.
  3. Fill in the form with your correct details.
  4. Click on BOOK NOW and you are ready to go!

Note: For any further information, our staff will be available for you 24/7.

How far in advance should I book for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2024?

In high season (June, July, and August), we suggest that you book 6-8 months in advance, while for low season, 3 months in advance is advisable.

Is there a difference between a group tour and a private tour on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

Yes, a group tour involves joining other travelers with the same itinerary and date. It is ideal for those looking to meet new people and share experiences.

Private tours offer a personalized and exclusive experience for you and your friends or companions.

Is it possible to change the date of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu tour after the booking has been confirmed?

Unfortunately, it´s not possible to make changes to dates once entry permits or tickets have been purchased, due to government restrictions. It is therefore crucial to ensure that you select the correct dates when booking. As space is limited, we purchase permits as soon as we receive your form and deposit.

What happens if I cancel my reservation for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, is the deposit refundable or transferable?

It is important to note that once the deposit for the Inca Trail has been paid, this amount is non-refundable and non-transferable. This deposit is used to purchase the entrance permit to the trek and secure your space on the date you have requested.

What is the difference between the 4-day Inca Trail and the 5-day Inca Trail?

The main difference between the 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and the 5-day Inca Trail lies in the duration and the itinerary.

The 4-day Inca Trail is a complete experience that combines adventure, nature, and culture, allowing visitors to follow in the footsteps of the ancient Incas.

The 5-day Inca Trail is a leisurely option for the whole family. It will allow you to see for more time the landscapes and archaeological sites.

What to do in Cusco before Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

You must acclimatize in the city of Cusco, at least 2 days before you do the Inca Trail, so we recommend these tours:

City Tour Cusco, Explore the city of Cusco with a guided tour in the afternoon.

Sacred Valley + Chinchero Tour, if you take this tour and plan to stay in Ollantaytambo, we will organize your pick up in this place, after coordination with our travel agents, to start your Inca Trail trek.

What happens if the Inca Trail is sold out?

Our sales agents will contact you to offer alternative treks or dates if your travel date is sold out. It is imperative to note that payment does not guarantee an Inca Trail permit. Therefore, you must wait for confirmation from our team, which indicates that we have successfully obtained the permit. This process usually takes approximately 24 hours and if it is a weekend, confirmation will be sent on Monday.

You can do these treks:

How many people will make up my travel group during the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

At Waman Adventures we offer groups of 8 people, to ensure a more personalized and relaxed experience.

What is the best time to hike Inca Trail Peru?

The best time to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in 4 days is during the dry season, which runs from April to October. During these months, weather conditions are more stable, with less chance of rain and milder temperatures. This provides a more favourable environment for enjoying the trek and the panoramic views.

However, it is important to note that during June to August, which corresponds to the high season, demand is higher and bookings need to be made further in advance.

Is the Inca Trail closed in February?

Due to the large number of visitors that travel the Inca Trail, maintenance is required, which is why the Peruvian government has chosen to do it in the month of February since it is the low season and when there is more rainfall.

Is there an age limit for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

There are no age restrictions for trekking the Inca Trail. However, Waman Adventures, as a licensed and responsible travel agency, will only accept bookings for children under 12 if parents assume full responsibility for them during the trek.

  • Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • For passengers aged 60 and over, we recommend hiring an additional porter.
  • Compliance with medical advice is essential, even if it means cancelling plans.
  • Those aged 60 and over are advised to arrive in Cusco at least 3 days in advance to acclimate.
How many days should I acclimatize in Cusco before doing the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days?

To ensure optimal adaptation to altitude and minimize altitude sickness symptoms (soroche), we advise you to spend at least two days in the charming city of Cusco before starting your Inca Trail adventure. This additional period will allow you to gradually acclimatize to the mountainous elevation of the imposing Andes Mountains.

What to do or how to prevent altitude sickness on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

It is possible to suffer from altitude sickness when you arrive in Cusco if you are not used to altitudes above 3,000 meters. This usually manifests itself with symptoms such as headaches, shortness of breath, and nausea. Although not a cause for great concern, it is essential to be alert to these signs to ensure that they do not impact your Inca Trail experience.

To counteract this discomfort, here are some tips:

  • Maintain adequate hydration.
  • Avoid alcohol consumption before and after arrival; wait to adjust.
  • Limit consumption of red meat for the first few days.
  • Consider fruits and light soups at first.
  • Coca tea is beneficial, but avoid drinking it at night, as it can cause insomnia. Do not consume large amounts during the day, as it speeds up the heart rate.
What are the meals like during the 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

At Waman Adventures we take into account your dietary preferences and offer a variety of foods on the Inca Trail. If you are vegetarian, vegan, or other, please let us know so that we can guarantee you a personalized dining experience.

The menu includes breakfasts complete with coffee, coca-tea, hot chocolate, tea, eggs, fruit, quinoa, juices, and more.

Lunches are diverse, with choices of meat, chicken, fish, salads, soups, chifa, vegetables, and desserts.

Dinners also vary, with salads, Andean pizza, chicken, pasta, pork, soups, and delicious desserts.

At the end of the day, at happy hour, you can enjoy hot drinks, biscuits, popcorn, and stuffed wontons. The agency personalizes your meals so you can enjoy your trip to the fullest.

Where can I leave the luggage, I don't need on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

If you have luggage that will not be needed during your Inca Trail trek, you can leave it stored at your hotel in Cusco (most hotels provide this service free of charge).

In case your hotel does not offer this option, we will take care of storing your luggage safely in our facilities.

Are trekking poles necessary for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

Yes, trekking poles are highly recommended for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. These poles provide additional support when walking on varied and steep terrain, reducing stress on the joints and offering improved balance.

If I am traveling alone on a group trip on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, can I have my tent?

If you are traveling solo and willing to share a tent with another traveler of the same gender, there will be no additional charge. However, if you prefer a private tent, there is an option available at an additional cost of USD 30.

Are there toilets and showers on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

Along the Inca Trail, toilet facilities have been implemented with “squatting” facilities with cold running water. We recommend bringing hand sanitizer for public restrooms and hot water and soap will be provided before meals.

At Waman Adventures, we are proud to provide eco-friendly portable toilets as part of our commitment to a sustainable and comfortable Inca Trail experience. Our toilets are comfortable, hygienic, and environmentally friendly.

Although there are no daily showers on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, hot water will be available at the third campsite. It is suggested that you bring wet wipes to keep cool for the remainder of the trek.

Is there a phone signal or internet connection on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

While trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you are likely to encounter limited or no phone signal and internet connection due to the mountainous and forested geography. It is important to remember that the purpose of trekking the Inca Trail is to appreciate the nature and history of these iconic Inca trails.

Why do I have to attend the briefing before the Inca Picchu Trail?

The briefing is really important because in this meeting you will have the opportunity to meet your guide. Throughout this meeting, your guide will explain important details about the 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu trek.

Also, we will give you a duffle bag, so you can pack your personal belongings and what you will need for the 4 days you will spend on the Inca Trail.

During this meeting, you will be able to pay the outstanding balance of the tour.

Can Inca Trail tour company keep the luggage during Trail?

During the Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu, you will have a team of highly trained porters who will be in charge of carrying your luggage (5 kg max per person). This will allow you to enjoy the experience without the additional burden of carrying your belongings. Guaranteeing your comfort and safety.

Note: in case you have extra luggage that you want to take to the trek, you will have to hire an additional porter (USD 80.00), who can carry up to 7 kg maximum.

Your comfort and safety are our priority, and our porters will ensure that your luggage arrives safely at each campsite.

What size daypack for Inca Trail 4 days?

Yes, although your luggage will indeed be carried by our porters, we highly recommend carrying a backpack of 30 liters or more, as you will need to have on hand, those personal items that you will need throughout the journey as snacks, cleaning kit, rain poncho, water bottle, etc.

How many hours of trekking per day on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days?
Camino Inca clásico
Día 1 5 horas
Día 2 6 horas
Día 3 8 horas
Día 4 2 horas
Is it guaranteed that we will camp at Wiñay Wayna on the third night of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

When purchasing trekking permits, the government is responsible for assigning campsites to different groups. In the case of Waman Adventures, we will do our best to secure your place at the Wiñay Wayna camp, depending on the date you book your permit for the 4-day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

If for any reason we cannot guarantee your accommodation in Wiñay Wayna, the camp will be in Phuyupatamarca.

Is it possible to take a different train than the one offered by Waman Adventures?

If you intend to change your choice of train company or route (whether it be Peru Rail’s Vistadome, the Ollantaytambo route, or the option to Poroy), or if you wish to adjust your departure time, additional charges may apply. For detailed information on availability and additional costs, we recommend contacting our sales team.

Why Us?


At Waman Adventures we are constantly working to improve and offer an exceptional service to our clients. Our reputation is based on the satisfaction of numerous travelers who have trusted us and enjoyed our services.

With extensive experience in organizing trips, we make sure to provide you with a worry-free journey, where your satisfaction and safety are our top priorities. From the planning to the execution of the tour, we are committed to making your experience on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4-day group tour unforgettable and allowing you to enjoy this unique adventure to the fullest.

Professional and experienced team: Get the support and assistance of our team of highly qualified specialists to plan your classic Inca Trail trek.

Eco-friendly adventures: We preserve the environment and the local communities we explore, using biodegradable products, recycling waste, supporting local businesses, and contributing to social projects.

Door-to-Door Service: All our tours guarantee your transfer from the door of your hotel (round trip) at no additional cost. Your comfort and safety are our top priorities.

Culinary delights in the Trek: Enjoy exquisite outdoor meals, prepared by our talented chefs specialized in authentic Andean cuisine. Each dish is a fusion of traditional flavors and culinary creativity.

Best camping equipment: We have the newest and most modern camping equipment (Eureka tents, dining tents, portable toilets, etc.). Designed to provide comfort and functionality in every part of your adventure.

Labor welfare: We look after the welfare of all our staff. We pride ourselves in rigorously adhering to a fair wage and providing comprehensive insurance for our valued porters, cooks, muleteers, and additional staff members.

Small groups and unforgettable adventures: We work with small groups of 10 people to ensure a more personalized and relaxed experience.

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