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Is the best known and it is one of the most famous treks in the world. The Inca Trail involve a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins.

Is the best known and it is one of the most famous treks in the world. The Inca Trail involve a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins.
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    • Inca TrailIs the best known and it is one of the most famous treks in the world. The IncaTrailinvolve a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins. Along the way the natural sceneryis breath-taking, with views of snow capped mountains and the cloud forest in Peru; enjoy themost amazing vacations Peru now!.Trekking inca trail iis the most rewarding way to reach Machu Picchu,We trekked astandard route of 32 miles in four days, ascending a total of 8600 feet. A bus took usfrom Cuzco to the end of the road in the Urubamba Valley at Chilca (railroad kilometer82), where we met our porters and began walking with day packs. Starting at 7700 feetelevation, we trekked as high as 13,770 feet, before descending on the fourth day to thesacred Inca city of Machu Picchu (8200 feet), where we caught the bus down toAguasCalientes. Spaniards passed in the river valley below but never discovered MachuPicchu.Inca Trail Route:The Visitors come from all parts of the world and travel Peru, not only to seeMachu Picchu, one of the Wonders of the World, but also to choose one of themachupicchu hiking tours the Inca Trail. They come to see the inca ruins and thestunning scenery which makes this trail so famous. The total distance of the Incatrail is approximately 43 kilometres, departing from the place known as Kilometre88. To begin the trip, one crosses the narrow bridge at Kusicancha, and afterwardsheads towards the left-hand side of a forest of eucalyptus. Camping on this night iseither in Wayllabamba or LlulluchaDay 1:Between 7:00 - 8:00 am we pick you up at your hotel and we go to km 82 by bus. Fromhere on it will take us about 7 hours of hiking (13 km) to reach the first campsite inHuayllabamba.Day 2:Physically a tough day: 16 km and climbing 2 high passes. WarmiWanusca, with its 4200mts, is the hightest point of the trek. Breathtaking and stunning! Included is a visit to the ruinsof Runkurakay and Sayacmarca. We will be camping in Pacaymayu.Day 3:Today is a relatively easy one: we walk only 11 km and most of the route is flat anddescending, meanwhile visiting the archaeological sites of Phuyupatamarca, Intipata andWiñaywayna, the latter being our last campsite of the trek.Day 4: After breakfast, we depart to IntiPunku, the entrance of the old Inca citadel of MachuPicchu. This will take us about an hour and a half and it is an unforgettable experienceobserving the ruins from that point. In Machu Picchu we have a guided tour of approx. 2 hoursand in the afternoon we travel back to Cusco by train. Arrival time in Cusco is estimatedaround 9.00pm.INCLUDED-Inca Trail Hike Informative one night before the tour starts.- Transportation to head of trail (82 Km.)- English/Spanish speaker professional guide during all Inca Trail Peru
    • - Entrance permit ticket to the Inca Trail- Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (3B, 3L, 3D)- Snacks- Savvy cook and cooking equipment- Personal pad- 4P Tents only for 2P each- Local porters (service to carry the food and camping equipment only)- Dinning tent, portable chairs and table- Guided visit to Machu Picchu and the ruins along the trail.- Bus ticket down from Machu Picchu to AguasCalientes- Backpacker train ticket AguasCalientes / Ollantaytambo- Transfer from the train station to Cusco- Vegetarian food available on request with no extra charge- Emergency oxygen bottle.- First aid equipmentNO INCLUDED- First Breakfast and last Launch.-Visit to the Hot Springs in AguasCalientes (entrance fee is US$ 1,50, towels andswimsuits can be rented in AguasCalientes.http://www.nctravelcusco.com/telefono: 235190cell: 984606757address. Calletriunfo 397 – off. 210 http://incatrail0232.es.tl/INCA- TRAIL.htm pagina web gratis
    • <a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a><a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a>Is the best known and it is one of the most famous treks in the world. The <ahref="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a>involve a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins. Along the way the natural scenery isbreath-taking, with views of snow capped mountains and the cloud forest in Peru; enjoythe most amazing vacations Peru now!.Trekking inca trail iis the most rewarding way to reach Machu Picchu,We trekked astandard route of 32 miles in four days, ascending a total of 8600 feet. A bus took usfrom Cuzco to the end of the road in the Urubamba Valley at Chilca (railroad kilometer82), where we met our porters and began walking with day packs. Starting at 7700 feetelevation, we trekked as high as 13,770 feet, before descending on the fourth day to thesacred Inca city of Machu Picchu (8200 feet), where we caught the bus down toAguasCalientes. Spaniards passed in the river valley below but never discovered MachuPicchu.<a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a>Route:The Visitors come from all parts of the world and travel Peru, not only to see MachuPicchu, one of the Wonders of the World, but also to choose one of the machupicchuhiking tours the <a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a>. They come to see the inca ruins and the stunning scenery which makes this trail sofamous. The total distance of the <a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a>is approximately 43 kilometres, departing from the place known as Kilometre 88. Tobegin the trip, one crosses the narrow bridge at Kusicancha, and afterwards headstowards the left-hand side of a forest of eucalyptus. Camping on this night is either inWayllabamba or LlulluchaDay 1:Between 7:00 - 8:00 am we pick you up at your hotel and we go to km 82 by bus. Fromhere on it will take us about 7 hours of hiking (13 km) to reach the first campsite inHuayllabamba.Day 2:Physically a tough day: 16 km and climbing 2 high passes. WarmiWanusca, with its 4200mts, is the hightest point of the trek. Breathtaking and stunning! Included is a visit to the ruinsof Runkurakay and Sayacmarca. We will be camping in Pacaymayu.Day 3:Today is a relatively easy one: we walk only 11 km and most of the route is flat anddescending, meanwhile visiting the archaeological sites of Phuyupatamarca, Intipata andWiñaywayna, the latter being our last campsite of the trek.Day 4: After breakfast, we depart to IntiPunku, the entrance of the old Inca citadel of MachuPicchu. This will take us about an hour and a half and it is an unforgettable experienceobserving the ruins from that point. In Machu Picchu we have a guided tour of approx. 2 hours
    • and in the afternoon we travel back to Cusco by train. Arrival time in Cusco is estimatedaround 9.00pm.INCLUDED-<a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Hike Informative one night before the tour starts.- Transportation to head of trail (82 Km.)- English/Spanish speaker professional guide during all Inca Trail Peru- Entrance permit ticket to the <a href="http://www.nctravelcusco.com/"> Inca Trail </a>- Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (3B, 3L, 3D)- Snacks- Savvy cook and cooking equipment- Personal pad- 4P Tents only for 2P each- Local porters (service to carry the food and camping equipment only)- Dinning tent, portable chairs and table- Guided visit to Machu Picchu and the ruins along the trail.- Bus ticket down from Machu Picchu to AguasCalientes- Backpacker train ticket AguasCalientes / Ollantaytambo- Transfer from the train station to Cusco- Vegetarian food available on request with no extra charge- Emergency oxygen bottle.- First aid equipmentNO INCLUDED- First Breakfast and last Launch.-Visit to the Hot Springs in AguasCalientes (entrance fee is US$ 1,50, towels andswimsuits can be rented in AguasCalientes.www.nctravelcusco.com[url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]Inca Trail[/url]Is the best known and it is one of the most famous treks in the world. The[url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]Inca Trail[/url]
    • involve a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins. Along the way the natural scenery isbreath-taking, with views of snow capped mountains and the cloud forest in Peru; enjoythe most amazing vacations Peru now!.Trekking inca trail iis the most rewarding way to reach Machu Picchu,We trekked astandard route of 32 miles in four days, ascending a total of 8600 feet. A bus took usfrom Cuzco to the end of the road in the Urubamba Valley at Chilca (railroad kilometer82), where we met our porters and began walking with day packs. Starting at 7700 feetelevation, we trekked as high as 13,770 feet, before descending on the fourth day to thesacred Inca city of Machu Picchu (8200 feet), where we caught the bus down toAguasCalientes. Spaniards passed in the river valley below but never discovered MachuPicchu.[url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]Inca Trail[/url] Route:The Visitors come from all parts of the world and travel Peru, not only to see MachuPicchu, one of the Wonders of the World, but also to choose one of the machupicchuhiking tours the [url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]Inca Trail[/url]. They come to see the inca ruins and the stunning scenery which makes this trail sofamous. The total distance of the [url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]IncaTrail[/url]is approximately 43 kilometres, departing from the place known as Kilometre 88. Tobegin the trip, one crosses the narrow bridge at Kusicancha, and afterwards headstowards the left-hand side of a forest of eucalyptus. Camping on this night is either inWayllabamba or LlulluchaDay 1:Between 7:00 - 8:00 am we pick you up at your hotel and we go to km 82 by bus. Fromhere on it will take us about 7 hours of hiking (13 km) to reach the first campsite inHuayllabamba.Day 2:Physically a tough day: 16 km and climbing 2 high passes. WarmiWanusca, with its 4200mts, is the hightest point of the trek. Breathtaking and stunning! Included is a visit to the ruinsof Runkurakay and Sayacmarca. We will be camping in Pacaymayu.Day 3:Today is a relatively easy one: we walk only 11 km and most of the route is flat anddescending, meanwhile visiting the archaeological sites of Phuyupatamarca, Intipata andWiñaywayna, the latter being our last campsite of the trek.Day 4: After breakfast, we depart to IntiPunku, the entrance of the old Inca citadel of MachuPicchu. This will take us about an hour and a half and it is an unforgettable experienceobserving the ruins from that point. In Machu Picchu we have a guided tour of approx. 2 hoursand in the afternoon we travel back to Cusco by train. Arrival time in Cusco is estimatedaround 9.00pm.INCLUDED-[url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]Inca Trail[/url]
    • Hike Informative one night before the tour starts.- Transportation to head of trail (82 Km.)- English/Spanish speaker professional guide during all Inca Trail Peru- Entrance permit ticket to the [url=http://www.nctravelcusco.com/]Inca Trail[/url]- Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (3B, 3L, 3D)- Snacks- Savvy cook and cooking equipment- Personal pad- 4P Tents only for 2P each- Local porters (service to carry the food and camping equipment only)- Dinning tent, portable chairs and table- Guided visit to Machu Picchu and the ruins along the trail.- Bus ticket down from Machu Picchu to AguasCalientes- Backpacker train ticket AguasCalientes / Ollantaytambo- Transfer from the train station to Cusco- Vegetarian food available on request with no extra charge- Emergency oxygen bottle.- First aid equipmentNO INCLUDED- First Breakfast and last Launch.-Visit to the Hot Springs in AguasCalientes (entrance fee is US$ 1,50, towels andswimsuits can be rented in AguasCalientes.http://www.nctravelcusco.com