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Cusco is the Inca city, Cusco is the Humanity's Cultural Patrimony and Cusco or Cuzco is the Archaeological Capital of America.

Cusco is the Inca city, Cusco is the Humanity's Cultural Patrimony and Cusco or Cuzco is the Archaeological Capital of America.

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    • Wellcome toInca TrailCusco is the Inca city, Cusco is the Humanitys Cultural Patrimony and Cusco or Cuzco is theArchaeological Capital of America. We begin to describe this way to the City Imperial of theCusco to be this the cradle of the Incan Empire; center of a powerful civilization that occupiedfrom the Kingdom Quito to great part of Chile and Bolivia.Cusco is known by its Quechua name "Qosqo" that one interprets as "Navel of the World" andis that Cusco - Peru was the center of the Tahuantinsuyo. Cusco is to 3400 msnm it is locatedto 1200 km of Lima - Peru (55 flight min). Their visit is recommended of April to September(dry and sunny climate), although should take into account that the temperatures in the regionoscillate considerably according to the altitude and the hour of the day. Also well-known asCuzco at international level. Inca TrailTraditional 4D/3NInca TrailDetailsMany countries have mountain ranges with beautiful scenery and Peru itself is richly blessed inthis respect with many other areas for hiking. However the scenery is only one of the elementsresponsible for the magic of the Inca Trail.Can there be any walk anywhere in the world with such a combination of natural beauty,history and sheer mystery and with such an awe-inspiring destination? The various ruins alongthe way serve to heighten the hikers sense of anticipation as he or she approaches whatwould surely find a place in any new list of archaeological wonders of the world - MachuPicchu. Inca TrailAvailability 2011-2012ItineraryInca TrailInca TrailDay 1 Cusco to Km. 82At six in the morning, we pick up our passengers at their hotels and travel by bus to Chilcawhere we will pick up the porters and the cook. Then we will travel to Km 82, the start of theInca Trail. We start our trek escorted by native ?Quechua porters and will travel through thesemi-arid terrain along the Urubamba river with magnificent views of snow capped MountVeronica (5,682 masl). We walk past the Inca Hamlet of Huayllabamba, and camp atHuayllabamba, an ancient Inca citadel that protected the entrance to two valleys.Inca TrailDay 2 PacamayoWe will begin to climb the first pass, Warmiwa?usca (4,200 m. alt.), where there is aspectacular view of the valley below. At this pass we move from the dry puna ecology to elfforest, the highest of the tropical forest types where gnarled trees grow to two meters amid
    • fog and low clouds, and a habital a profusion of orchids and strange animals. On this night, wewill camp along the river Pacamayo at the bottom of the pass.Inca TrailDay 3 WiñayhuaynaAfter breakfast, we will hike towards RunkuRakay and traverse the second pass of the samename (3,800 masl). We will descend to Saya?marca, an important archaeological complex,where we will have lunch. We will spend the third and final night near the ruins ofWiñayhuayna, which means ?City above the Clouds.Inca TrailDay 4 Machu PicchuWe will rise very early so that we may watch the sunrise from IntiPunku and have our firstbreathtaking view of Machu Picchu. We will spend one to two hours in Machu Picchu, wherethe guide will explain the significance of important sites within the Lost City of the Incas. In theafternoon, we will take the train from AguasCalientes to Cusco, arriving at approximately 8:30PM.Note:There is the option of relaxing in the hot springs in AguasCalientes.Included : Private transportation to Km 82 (Beginning of the Trail). Professional English/Spanishspeaking guide Entrance fees for the Inca Trail and Machupicchu Round-tripTransfers DoubleOccupancy Camping Equipment: Bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, chairs, tables and comfortable mattresses Cook Porters to carry food, tents, and cooking gear Coffeebreaks in theafternoons All meals (not including breakfast the 1st day, not including lunch on the 4th day) Firstaid kit / Oxygen Train ticket back to Cusco (Backpacker Service) Class A: TouristtrainVistadome Class B: Back Packer Train - (Tourist Basic Service)http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/Wellcome to<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>Cusco is the Inca city, Cusco is the Humanitys Cultural Patrimony and Cusco or Cuzco is theArchaeological Capital of America. We begin to describe this way to the City Imperial of theCusco to be this the cradle of the Incan Empire; center of a powerful civilization that occupiedfrom the Kingdom Quito to great part of Chile and Bolivia.Cusco is known by its Quechua name "Qosqo" that one interprets as "Navel of the World" and
    • is that Cusco - Peru was the center of the Tahuantinsuyo. Cusco is to 3400 msnm it is locatedto 1200 km of Lima - Peru (55 flight min). Their visit is recommended of April to September(dry and sunny climate), although should take into account that the temperatures in the regionoscillate considerably according to the altitude and the hour of the day. Also well-known asCuzco at international level.<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>Traditional 4D/3N<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>DetailsMany countries have mountain ranges with beautiful scenery and Peru itself is richly blessed inthis respect with many other areas for hiking. However the scenery is only one of the elementsresponsible for the magic of the <a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>.Can there be any walk anywhere in the world with such a combination of natural beauty,history and sheer mystery and with such an awe-inspiring destination? The various ruins alongthe way serve to heighten the hikers sense of anticipation as he or she approaches whatwould surely find a place in any new list of archaeological wonders of the world - MachuPicchu. Inca TrailAvailability 2011-2012Itinerary<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a><a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>Day 1 Cusco to Km. 82At six in the morning, we pick up our passengers at their hotels and travel by bus to Chilcawhere we will pick up the porters and the cook. Then we will travel to Km 82, the start of theInca Trail. We start our trek escorted by native ?Quechua porters and will travel through thesemi-arid terrain along the Urubamba river with magnificent views of snow capped MountVeronica (5,682 masl). We walk past the Inca Hamlet of Huayllabamba, and camp atHuayllabamba, an ancient Inca citadel that protected the entrance to two valleys.<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>Day 2 PacamayoWe will begin to climb the first pass, Warmiwa?usca (4,200 m. alt.), where there is aspectacular view of the valley below. At this pass we move from the dry puna ecology to elfforest, the highest of the tropical forest types where gnarled trees grow to two meters amidfog and low clouds, and a habital a profusion of orchids and strange animals. On this night, wewill camp along the river Pacamayo at the bottom of the pass.<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>Day 3 WiñayhuaynaAfter breakfast, we will hike towards RunkuRakay and traverse the second pass of the samename (3,800 masl). We will descend to Saya?marca, an important archaeological complex,
    • where we will have lunch. We will spend the third and final night near the ruins ofWiñayhuayna, which means ?City above the Clouds.<a href="http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/">Inca Trail</a>Day 4 Machu PicchuWe will rise very early so that we may watch the sunrise from IntiPunku and have our firstbreathtaking view of Machu Picchu. We will spend one to two hours in Machu Picchu, wherethe guide will explain the significance of important sites within the Lost City of the Incas. In theafternoon, we will take the train from AguasCalientes to Cusco, arriving at approximately 8:30PM.Note:There is the option of relaxing in the hot springs in AguasCalientes.Included : Private transportation to Km 82 (Beginning of the Trail). Professional English/Spanishspeaking guide Entrance fees for the Inca Trail and Machupicchu Round-tripTransfers DoubleOccupancy Camping Equipment: Bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, chairs, tables and comfortable mattresses Cook Porters to carry food, tents, and cooking gear Coffeebreaks in theafternoons All meals (not including breakfast the 1st day, not including lunch on the 4th day) Firstaid kit / Oxygen Train ticket back to Cusco (Backpacker Service) Class A: TouristtrainVistadome Class B: Back Packer Train - (Tourist Basic Service)http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/Wellcome to[url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]Cusco is the Inca city, Cusco is the Humanitys Cultural Patrimony and Cusco or Cuzco is theArchaeological Capital of America. We begin to describe this way to the City Imperial of theCusco to be this the cradle of the Incan Empire; center of a powerful civilization that occupiedfrom the Kingdom Quito to great part of Chile and Bolivia.Cusco is known by its Quechua name "Qosqo" that one interprets as "Navel of the World" andis that Cusco - Peru was the center of the Tahuantinsuyo. Cusco is to 3400 msnm it is locatedto 1200 km of Lima - Peru (55 flight min). Their visit is recommended of April to September(dry and sunny climate), although should take into account that the temperatures in the region
    • oscillate considerably according to the altitude and the hour of the day. Also well-known asCuzco at international level.[url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]Traditional 4D/3N[url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]DetailsMany countries have mountain ranges with beautiful scenery and Peru itself is richly blessed inthis respect with many other areas for hiking. However the scenery is only one of the elementsresponsible for the magic of the [url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url].Can there be any walk anywhere in the world with such a combination of natural beauty,history and sheer mystery and with such an awe-inspiring destination? The various ruins alongthe way serve to heighten the hikers sense of anticipation as he or she approaches whatwould surely find a place in any new list of archaeological wonders of the world - MachuPicchu. Inca TrailAvailability 2011-2012Itinerary[url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url][url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]Day 1 Cusco to Km. 82At six in the morning, we pick up our passengers at their hotels and travel by bus to Chilcawhere we will pick up the porters and the cook. Then we will travel to Km 82, the start of theInca Trail. We start our trek escorted by native ?Quechua porters and will travel through thesemi-arid terrain along the Urubamba river with magnificent views of snow capped MountVeronica (5,682 masl). We walk past the Inca Hamlet of Huayllabamba, and camp atHuayllabamba, an ancient Inca citadel that protected the entrance to two valleys.[url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]Day 2 PacamayoWe will begin to climb the first pass, Warmiwa?usca (4,200 m. alt.), where there is aspectacular view of the valley below. At this pass we move from the dry puna ecology to elfforest, the highest of the tropical forest types where gnarled trees grow to two meters amidfog and low clouds, and a habital a profusion of orchids and strange animals. On this night, wewill camp along the river Pacamayo at the bottom of the pass.[url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]Day 3 WiñayhuaynaAfter breakfast, we will hike towards RunkuRakay and traverse the second pass of the samename (3,800 masl). We will descend to Saya?marca, an important archaeological complex,where we will have lunch. We will spend the third and final night near the ruins ofWiñayhuayna, which means ?City above the Clouds.
    • [url=http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/] Inca Trail [/url]Day 4 Machu PicchuWe will rise very early so that we may watch the sunrise from IntiPunku and have our firstbreathtaking view of Machu Picchu. We will spend one to two hours in Machu Picchu, wherethe guide will explain the significance of important sites within the Lost City of the Incas. In theafternoon, we will take the train from AguasCalientes to Cusco, arriving at approximately 8:30PM.Note:There is the option of relaxing in the hot springs in AguasCalientes.Included : Private transportation to Km 82 (Beginning of the Trail). Professional English/Spanishspeaking guide Entrance fees for the Inca Trail and Machupicchu Round-tripTransfers DoubleOccupancy Camping Equipment: Bathroom tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, chairs, tables and comfortable mattresses Cook Porters to carry food, tents, and cooking gear Coffeebreaks in theafternoons All meals (not including breakfast the 1st day, not including lunch on the 4th day) Firstaid kit / Oxygen Train ticket back to Cusco (Backpacker Service) Class A: TouristtrainVistadome Class B: Back Packer Train - (Tourist Basic Service)http://www.reserv-cusco-peru.com/