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    • INCA TRAIL TRAVEL Peruvian Tour Operator E.I.R.L."Trekking Leaders to Machu Picchu "Inca Trail Travel, Peruvian Tour Operator, a trusted name in the Peruviantourism industry, has been successfully organizing tours and trips acrossfour Principal treks in Cusco: Inca Trail, Salkantay, Choquequirao,Ausangate, Lares Valley and Huchuy Qosqo. With the support of a strong,efficient and dedicated workforce, the company has become a name to bereckoned with in the Peruvian tourism industry. Our impeccable record inorganizing trips and reliable service has led more then 15,000 clients to seekour services in organizing their tours and adventure holidays.Inca Trail Travel, specializes in world-class trekking in the most beautifulmountains of Peru. Our Company has been in the market since 2000, ourtrekking and hiking tours have been developed for those who want to fullyexperience this Beatifull destination. Our tours are led by knowledgeableprofessional guides who will help you explore amazing places.Inca Trail Tourism and Services E.I.R.L." Trekking Leaders to Machu Picchu "Package Name: Salkantay Trek to Machu PicchuDuration: 5 Days / 4 NightsType of Trek : Archaeological, Cultural, ecological and AdventureGroup Size : To suit group requirementsDifficulty degree of this Challenging due to the altitude: we recommend ahike period of at least 2 days for acclimatization in Cusco or over 3000m/9840ft - Our company organize daily departures for thisDepartures Day: unforgetable trekking with the best camp staff, along the year although due to weather conditions, the recommended period for this trek is March to October. - All private service departure dates are adapted to your request.Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu Description:This trekking expedition is one of the most pictures trips offered in Cuscoregion which will take you close of the sacred Salkantay snow peak (6,271meters / 20569ft), one of the highest and most stunning in the Peruvian
    • Andes, passing through Quechua communities and lesser-known Inca ruins,to finally reach Aguas Calientes on the fourth day. The impressive SacredInca Trail city of Machu Picchu is visited on the last day of the program.This itinerary is an interesting alternative for those not having found spaceson the Inca Trail trek to Machupicchu.Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu ItineraryInca Trail Day 1: Cusco – Soraypampa - SoyroccochaWe leave Cusco at 06.00 am in a private transportation and start a scenicmorning scenic bus-ride to our trail starting point at Challacancha. Alongthe four-hour drive, we cross the town of Limatambo (2100m/6888ft), animportant point of access to the city of Cusco during the time of the IncaEmpire. We leave Limatambo and drive up a beaten track along the rightshore of the Apurimac River, to reach Mollepata (2800m/9184ft), thenCruzpata (3100m/10168ft) and finally Challacancha, where we meet ourwranglers and horses. After a short introduction we start our hike, followingthe paths of the locals on a soft ascent towards the base of Mt. Salkantay(6271m/20569ft). After lunch in Salkantaypampa, we start our sometimessteep 2 hrs ascent to our camp at Soyroccocha, just next to the impressiveglacier of Salkantay (4200m/13776ft). This will be a cold night so very warmclothes are essential.Meals: L, DInca Trail Day 2: Soyroccocha – Salkantay Pass - CollpapampaWe depart early after breakfast and start a 1,5-hour ascent, which brings usup to the Salkantay Mountain Pass (4525m/14842ft) where, besidesenjoying stunning views of the surrounding glaciers and the snow-cappedpeaks of the Vilcabamba Range with the south face of Salkantay toweringabove us, we may also observe chinchillas and condors in their naturalhabitat. From this point, we start descending towards a more tropicalclimate and into the so-called cloud forest. Along the route, we can see theremains of an ancient Inca path, which is approximately 6 meters wide. Along though easy descent along the Salkantay River, brings us lateafternoon to our second camp at Qollpapampa (2890m/9479ft), a beautifulspot with some natural hot springs to relax in.Meals: B, L, D
    • Inca Trail Day 3: Collpapampa - La Playa – Cocalmayo(Hot Spring)Today we continue our hike with an easy walk along the Santa TeresaRiver, enjoying the increasingly lush vegetation, passing waterfalls, passionfruit and coffee plantations. We pass the waterfalls at Coripacchi, thesettlement at Wiñaypoko and the Andean community of Lucmabamba. Inthe afternoon we arrive at our camp at the Cocalmayo Hot Spring(2055m/7068ft).Meals: B, L, DInca Trail Day 4: Cocalmayo(Hot Spring) – Hidroelectrica Town - AguasCalientesAfter a good and refreshing bath in the hot spring you will walkapproximately 3 hours and a half until Hydroelecetric, River crossing,bamboo forests and more orchids and coffee plantations, in Hydroelectricyou will have Lunch, afternoon you have to walk aproximaly 3 Hours moreuntil Aguas Calientes town where you will sleep in a local hotel.Meals: B, L, DInca Trail Day 5: Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - CuscoEarly after breakfast you will take the bus to Machu Picchu (20 minutes) tovisit the Machu Picchu Citadel and hike the Huayna Picchu to receive thecosmic and tellurics energy that the Sacred Apu has. The hike to HuaynaPicchu starts at the Sacred Rock and passes through a gate that is openfrom 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. This - one to two - hour walk is steep but the path is inexcellent shape. You will get excellent photos and the view is unique.After Huayna Picchu you will have about 2 hours and a half for our guidedtour and another hour and a half to explore the ruins individually. You willknow the amazing Machu Picchu Citadel and the Intiwatana and 4: PM youhave to be in the train station to come back to CuscoMeals: Breakfasthttp://www.incatrailtravel.com/<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> TRAVEL PeruvianTour Operator E.I.R.L."Trekking Leaders to Machu Picchu "<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Travel, Peruvian TourOperator, a trusted name in the Peruvian tourism industry, has beensuccessfully organizing tours and trips across four Principal treks in Cusco:Inca Trail, Salkantay, Choquequirao, Ausangate, Lares Valley and HuchuyQosqo. With the support of a strong, efficient and dedicated workforce, thecompany has become a name to be reckoned with in the Peruvian tourism
    • industry. Our impeccable record in organizing trips and reliable service hasled more then 15,000 clients to seek our services in organizing their toursand adventure holidays.<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Travel, specializes inworld-class trekking in the most beautiful mountains of Peru. Our Companyhas been in the market since 2000, our trekking and hiking tours have beendeveloped for those who want to fully experience this Beatifull destination.Our tours are led by knowledgeable professional guides who will help youexplore amazing places.<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a>Tourism and ServicesE.I.R.L." Trekking Leaders to Machu Picchu "Package Name: Salkantay Trek to Machu PicchuDuration: 5 Days / 4 NightsType of Trek : Archaeological, Cultural, ecological and AdventureGroup Size : To suit group requirementsDifficulty degree of this Challenging due to the altitude: we recommend ahike period of at least 2 days for acclimatization in Cusco or over 3000m/9840ft - Our company organize daily departures for thisDepartures Day: unforgetable trekking with the best camp staff, along the year although due to weather conditions, the recommended period for this trek is March to October. - All private service departure dates are adapted to your request.Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu Description:This trekking expedition is one of the most pictures trips offered in Cuscoregion which will take you close of the sacred Salkantay snow peak (6,271meters / 20569ft), one of the highest and most stunning in the PeruvianAndes, passing through Quechua communities and lesser-known Inca ruins,to finally reach Aguas Calientes on the fourth day. The impressive Sacred<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> city of Machu Picchuis visited on the last day of the program. This itinerary is an interesting
    • alternative for those not having found spaces on the Inca Trail trek toMachupicchu.<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Trek to Machu PicchuItinerary<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Day 1: Cusco –Soraypampa - SoyroccochaWe leave Cusco at 06.00 am in a private transportation and start a scenicmorning scenic bus-ride to our trail starting point at Challacancha. Alongthe four-hour drive, we cross the town of Limatambo (2100m/6888ft), animportant point of access to the city of Cusco during the time of the IncaEmpire. We leave Limatambo and drive up a beaten track along the rightshore of the Apurimac River, to reach Mollepata (2800m/9184ft), thenCruzpata (3100m/10168ft) and finally Challacancha, where we meet ourwranglers and horses. After a short introduction we start our hike, followingthe paths of the locals on a soft ascent towards the base of Mt. Salkantay(6271m/20569ft). After lunch in Salkantaypampa, we start our sometimessteep 2 hrs ascent to our camp at Soyroccocha, just next to the impressiveglacier of Salkantay (4200m/13776ft). This will be a cold night so very warmclothes are essential.Meals: L, D<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Day 2: Soyroccocha –Salkantay Pass - CollpapampaWe depart early after breakfast and start a 1,5-hour ascent, which brings usup to the Salkantay Mountain Pass (4525m/14842ft) where, besidesenjoying stunning views of the surrounding glaciers and the snow-cappedpeaks of the Vilcabamba Range with the south face of Salkantay toweringabove us, we may also observe chinchillas and condors in their naturalhabitat. From this point, we start descending towards a more tropicalclimate and into the so-called cloud forest. Along the route, we can see theremains of an ancient Inca path, which is approximately 6 meters wide. Along though easy descent along the Salkantay River, brings us lateafternoon to our second camp at Qollpapampa (2890m/9479ft), a beautifulspot with some natural hot springs to relax in.Meals: B, L, D
    • <a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Day 3: Collpapampa -La Playa – Cocalmayo(Hot Spring)Today we continue our hike with an easy walk along the Santa TeresaRiver, enjoying the increasingly lush vegetation, passing waterfalls, passionfruit and coffee plantations. We pass the waterfalls at Coripacchi, thesettlement at Wiñaypoko and the Andean community of Lucmabamba. Inthe afternoon we arrive at our camp at the Cocalmayo Hot Spring(2055m/7068ft).Meals: B, L, D<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Day 4: Cocalmayo(HotSpring) – Hidroelectrica Town - Aguas CalientesAfter a good and refreshing bath in the hot spring you will walkapproximately 3 hours and a half until Hydroelecetric, River crossing,bamboo forests and more orchids and coffee plantations, in Hydroelectricyou will have Lunch, afternoon you have to walk aproximaly 3 Hours moreuntil Aguas Calientes town where you will sleep in a local hotel.Meals: B, L, D<a href="http://www.incatrailtravel.com/"> Inca Trail </a> Day 5: AguasCalientes - Machu Picchu - CuscoEarly after breakfast you will take the bus to Machu Picchu (20 minutes) tovisit the Machu Picchu Citadel and hike the Huayna Picchu to receive thecosmic and tellurics energy that the Sacred Apu has. The hike to HuaynaPicchu starts at the Sacred Rock and passes through a gate that is openfrom 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. This - one to two - hour walk is steep but the path is inexcellent shape. You will get excellent photos and the view is unique.After Huayna Picchu you will have about 2 hours and a half for our guidedtour and another hour and a half to explore the ruins individually. You willknow the amazing Machu Picchu Citadel and the Intiwatana and 4: PM youhave to be in the train station to come back to CuscoMeals: Breakfasthttp://www.incatrailtravel.com/
    • [url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url] TRAVEL PeruvianTour Operator E.I.R.L."Trekking Leaders to Machu Picchu "[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Travel, Peruvian TourOperator, a trusted name in the Peruvian tourism industry, has beensuccessfully organizing tours and trips across four Principal treks in Cusco:Inca Trail, Salkantay, Choquequirao, Ausangate, Lares Valley and HuchuyQosqo. With the support of a strong, efficient and dedicated workforce, thecompany has become a name to be reckoned with in the Peruvian tourismindustry. Our impeccable record in organizing trips and reliable service hasled more then 15,000 clients to seek our services in organizing their toursand adventure holidays.[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Travel, specializes in world-class trekking in the most beautiful mountainsof Peru. Our Company has been in the market since 2000, our trekking andhiking tours have been developed for those who want to fully experience thisBeatifull destination. Our tours are led by knowledgeable professionalguides who will help you explore amazing places.[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Tourism and ServicesE.I.R.L." Trekking Leaders to Machu Picchu "Package Name: Salkantay Trek to Machu PicchuDuration: 5 Days / 4 NightsType of Trek : Archaeological, Cultural, ecological and AdventureGroup Size : To suit group requirementsDifficulty degree of this Challenging due to the altitude: we recommend ahike period of at least 2 days for acclimatization in Cusco or over 3000m/9840ft - Our company organize daily departures for thisDepartures Day: unforgetable trekking with the best camp staff, along the year although due to weather conditions, the recommended period for this trek is March to October. - All private service departure dates are adapted to your request.
    • Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu Description:This trekking expedition is one of the most pictures trips offered in Cuscoregion which will take you close of the sacred Salkantay snow peak (6,271meters / 20569ft), one of the highest and most stunning in the PeruvianAndes, passing through Quechua communities and lesser-known Inca ruins,to finally reach Aguas Calientes on the fourth day. The impressive Sacred[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url] city of Machu Picchu isvisited on the last day of the program. This itinerary is an interestingalternative for those not having found spaces on the Inca Trail trek toMachupicchu.Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu Itinerary[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url] Day 1: Cusco –Soraypampa - SoyroccochaWe leave Cusco at 06.00 am in a private transportation and start a scenicmorning scenic bus-ride to our trail starting point at Challacancha. Alongthe four-hour drive, we cross the town of Limatambo (2100m/6888ft), animportant point of access to the city of Cusco during the time of the IncaEmpire. We leave Limatambo and drive up a beaten track along the rightshore of the Apurimac River, to reach Mollepata (2800m/9184ft), thenCruzpata (3100m/10168ft) and finally Challacancha, where we meet ourwranglers and horses. After a short introduction we start our hike, followingthe paths of the locals on a soft ascent towards the base of Mt. Salkantay(6271m/20569ft). After lunch in Salkantaypampa, we start our sometimessteep 2 hrs ascent to our camp at Soyroccocha, just next to the impressiveglacier of Salkantay (4200m/13776ft). This will be a cold night so very warmclothes are essential.Meals: L, D[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Day 2: Soyroccocha –Salkantay Pass - CollpapampaWe depart early after breakfast and start a 1,5-hour ascent, which brings usup to the Salkantay Mountain Pass (4525m/14842ft) where, besidesenjoying stunning views of the surrounding glaciers and the snow-cappedpeaks of the Vilcabamba Range with the south face of Salkantay toweringabove us, we may also observe chinchillas and condors in their naturalhabitat. From this point, we start descending towards a more tropicalclimate and into the so-called cloud forest. Along the route, we can see theremains of an ancient Inca path, which is approximately 6 meters wide. A
    • long though easy descent along the Salkantay River, brings us lateafternoon to our second camp at Qollpapampa (2890m/9479ft), a beautifulspot with some natural hot springs to relax in.Meals: B, L, D[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Day 3: Collpapampa -La Playa – Cocalmayo(Hot Spring)Today we continue our hike with an easy walk along the Santa TeresaRiver, enjoying the increasingly lush vegetation, passing waterfalls, passionfruit and coffee plantations. We pass the waterfalls at Coripacchi, thesettlement at Wiñaypoko and the Andean community of Lucmabamba. Inthe afternoon we arrive at our camp at the Cocalmayo Hot Spring(2055m/7068ft).Meals: B, L, D[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Day 4: Cocalmayo(HotSpring) – Hidroelectrica Town - Aguas CalientesAfter a good and refreshing bath in the hot spring you will walkapproximately 3 hours and a half until Hydroelecetric, River crossing,bamboo forests and more orchids and coffee plantations, in Hydroelectricyou will have Lunch, afternoon you have to walk aproximaly 3 Hours moreuntil Aguas Calientes town where you will sleep in a local hotel.Meals: B, L, D[url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]Day 5: Aguas Calientes- Machu Picchu - CuscoEarly after breakfast you will take the bus to Machu Picchu (20 minutes) tovisit the Machu Picchu Citadel and hike the Huayna Picchu to receive thecosmic and tellurics energy that the Sacred Apu has. The hike to HuaynaPicchu starts at the Sacred Rock and passes through a gate that is openfrom 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. This - one to two - hour walk is steep but the path is inexcellent shape. You will get excellent photos and the view is unique.After Huayna Picchu you will have about 2 hours and a half for our guidedtour and another hour and a half to explore the ruins individually. You willknow the amazing Machu Picchu Citadel and the Intiwatana and 4: PM youhave to be in the train station to come back to CuscoMeals: Breakfasthttp://www.incatrailtravel.com/
    • [url=http://www.incatrailtravel.com/] Inca Trail[/url]