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    • Machu Picchu TravelNew Wonder Adventures is an adventure tour operator located in the heart of Cuscothe ancient capital city of the Incas.. The company was established in 2003 by localguides who have been working in tourism for over 10 years.Our main goal is to satisfy utterly the visitors who choose to discover this part ofthe world. We mainly operate in the area of cusco where we offer an amplediversity of tours classified as conventional tours. We offers of course the visit ofthe sanctuary of machupicchu, a city tour of Cusco where you will be pleased aboutthe wonderful streets, churches, the cathedral, and the temple of Koricancha alsoknown as the sun temple is a mix of inca and colonial architecture. Bisedes, you willobserve the majestic snowy mountains and rivers. Amongst other mountains, thereare the salkantay and the ausangate and the rivers Vilcanota and Apurimac whichare ideal for the adventure tourism.Machu Picchu Travel Cuzco - Km 82 - Huayllabamba - Pacaymayu - WiñayWayna - Machu Picchu - Cuzco.The Inca Empire was the most sophisticated culture in the "Old World". By force ofdivine right and with a mastery of engineering, agriculture, economic, and mostimportantly, administrative skills, the Incas united warring tribes throughout theAndes under a common language and single religion, creating one of the mostfabulous of ancient empires - Tawantinsuyo. At its height, the Inca Empire had anextensive...Machu Picchu Travel Day 01: Cusco – WayllabambaBetween 7:00 and 7:30 am, we pick you up at your hotel in our own private bus. Wethen drive to Piskacuchu (2700 masl), a community located on the 82nd kilometer ofthe Cusco –Machu Picchu railroad. Starting at this point, we cross the bridge and walkalong the left shore of the Urubamba River as it flows north-west along the SacredValley. Following the trail along a flat terrain, we arrive in Miskay (2800 masl), to thenascend and finally see, from the tallest part of an overlook, the Inca city of Patallacta(2750 masl). We continue trekking along the valley created by the Kusichaca River,gradually climbing for about five hours until we reach our first campsite in theWayllabamba village (3000 masl). All along the way we will see spectacular views of theVilcanota ridge on the opposite side of the Urubamba River, where the impressiveVeronica peak reigns at 5832 meters above sea level. Not to mention the diversity ofwild flora and fauna that can be found all along the valley.Day 02: Wayllabamba – PacaymayoWe wake up at around 6:00 am, and after breakfast we leaveWayllabamba behind to begin the most difficult part of the trek, whichconsists of an abrupt and steep ascent that stretches for 9 km. Alongthis climb, the landscape changes from sierra to puna (a dry and higharea with little vegetation). On the way to the first mountain pass, theAbra Warmihuañusca (Dead Woman´s Pass), we see domesticatedllamas and alpacas grazing on ichu, one of the few plants that grow atthat altitude. We also cross an area of the so called cloud forest, whichis the habitat for many different kinds of birds like hummingbirds andsparrows and the Andean bear, which is also called the Spectacled Bear(Tremarctus Ornatus). We advise that on this day specially, your day
    • pack is well stocked with candies, chocolates and coca leaves that willkeep your sugar level high, and help with altitude sickness.Immediately after the pass, we descend into the Pacaymayo valley(3600 masl), where we camp after approximately 6h of hiking.Day 03: Pacaymayo – WiñaywaynaThis day is the longest but also the most impressive and the most interesting, due thenumber of archaeological sites that we visit and learn about from our guide. FromPacaymayo we climb to the second pass, the Abra de Runkurakay (3970 masl). Halfway up, we visit the archaeological complex with the same name. This site, located at3800 masl, consists of a small oval structure that is believed to have served the purposeof a watchtower. After going over the pass, we descend towards Yanacocha (BlackLagoon) and enter the cloud-forest to finally arrive at Sayacmarca (3624 masl). This isa beautiful complex made up of a semicircular construction, enclosures at differentlevels, narrow streets, liturgical fountains, patios and irrigation canals. Continuing upan easy climb, we arrive at the third pass, the Abra de Phuyupatamarca (3700 masl).Along this climb we can appreciate the magnitude of the Incas´ ancient craft, bywalking along paths semi-detached from the mountain, and seeing rocks that fill upravines in perfect order, saving the trail from the multileveled Andean geography. Wego through an Inca tunnel to later arrive at the aforementioned pass and down to thecomplex of the same name. This is one of the most complete and best-preservedarchaeological complexes along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and is located on thehighest point of a mountain. Curiously, Phuyupatamarca means ¨town over theclouds¨. From above, one can observe a sophisticated sacred complex made up of waterfountains with solid foundations, and also impressive views of the Urubamba Rivervalley and the long descending stone steps along which we will continue on toWiñaywayna (2700 masl). At this campsite we find a lodge with a restaurant, bar andbathrooms with hot showers. The campsite has the same name as the complex locatedonly five minutes away from the lodge. Wiñaywayna is an impressive complex made upof an agricultural center with numerous terraces, a religious sector and an urban sector.Machu Picchu Travel What is included: Collection from your hotel in the morning of trek departure. Private bus from your hotel to the start of the trail. Inca Trail & Machu Picchu entrance fees. English speaking professional guide (two guides for groups over 9 persons). Igloo tents - 2 persons in each 4-person capacity tent with plenty of space for your backpacks. Double thickness foam mattress. Cook and Cooking equipment. Meals (03B,03L,03D) - food includes pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruit, avocado, pasta, chicken, fish, meat, rice, all rich in carbohydrates and suitable for trekking, hot drinks including coca leaf tea which is excellent for the altitude. Teatime everyday (tea, coffee, biscuits, popcorn). Porters (to carry the tents, food, and cooking equipment). Dining tent with camp tables and chairs. Kitchen tent. Accommodation for our porters and cooks.
    • First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle. Bus from Machu Picchu ruins down to the village of Aguas Calientes. Train ticket (Backpackers service) from Aguas Calientes to Cusco. Transfer from the train station to your hotel.What is not included: Breakfast on the first morning. Some hotels offer an early morning breakfast service. If not, we stop at the town of Urubamba on the way to the start on the trek where you’ll have the opportunity to have breakfast, Meal in restaurant in Aguas Calientes on day 4 of the trek. Entrance to the thermal springs in Aguas Calientes 10 soles Sleeping bag (goose down) -15ºC-extreme it can be hired from us US$20 for all trek mummy form and include a sleeping liner. They are cleaned after every use and have a maximum usage of 25 trips(and it must be carry by you) Bus ticket from Machu picchu to Aguas Calientes (optional) one way US$7 (instead of walking down.) Tips for the guide, cook and porters.What you need to bring: Original passport (and *International Student card (ISIC) if applicable) if for any reason you organize a new passport bring some clear copies of the old one as well. Travel Insurance card is essential Walking boots Waterproof jacket/rain poncho couple of T-shirts Comfortable trousers (zip off pants ) Sun hat , Bathing suit (for hot springs in Aguas Calientes) Water Purification tablets ( recommended micropur) Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended) Insect repellent ( for Aguas Calientes and Machupicchu ) Toilet paper Personal medication Camera and films Torch with spare batteries ( we recommend head lights ) Some extra snacks ( like chocolates ,candies )Dates: We have groups for the Inca Trail every day of the year. LeastFebruary when the Inca Trail is closed throughout the month. Themonths of February you can visit Machu Picchu by train or walkingcleaves one of the old walking alternatives we have. More is notpossible to walk the Inca Trail.Availability: They allowed only 500 people per day Inca Trail. Thisnumber includes tourists, guides, porters and cooks. The quotas are foreveryone, people who want to do the Inca Trail. So to walk the IncaTrail is essential to book months in advance. The availability of quotasfor the Inca Trail is the same for all agencies. Thus, if there wereavailable no agency can get space for the Inca Trail.
    • 1.-STANDARD SHARED SERVICE: our most popular trek andoffers to visitors the most economical method to trek the Inca Trail andalternative inka treks to Machu Picchu. you’ll be joining a group ofother trekkers like you coming from overseas, a great opportunity tohave fun and make new friends.2.-PRIVATE SERVICE: special trek program just for you we don´tadd any people, is arranged just for you and offers the possibility tochoose the departure date and the group size. All private groupsinclude additional services, such as extra porters and horses to carryyour personal gear, among others. Write us at:info@wonderadventures.comwww.wonderadventures.com51 084 984903292PORTAL CONFITURIA Nº 285 - PLAZA DE ARMAS
    • <a href="http//www.wonderadventures.com/"> Machu Picchu Travel </a>New Wonder Adventures is an adventure tour operator located in the heart of Cuscothe ancient capital city of the Incas.. The company was established in 2003 by localguides who have been working in tourism for over 10 years.Our main goal is to satisfy utterly the visitors who choose to discover this part ofthe world. We mainly operate in the area of cusco where we offer an amplediversity of tours classified as conventional tours. We offers of course the visit ofthe sanctuary of machupicchu, a city tour of Cusco where you will be pleased aboutthe wonderful streets, churches, the cathedral, and the temple of Koricancha alsoknown as the sun temple is a mix of inca and colonial architecture. Bisedes, you willobserve the majestic snowy mountains and rivers. Amongst other mountains, thereare the salkantay and the ausangate and the rivers Vilcanota and Apurimac whichare ideal for the adventure tourism.<a href="http//www.wonderadventures.com/"> Machu Picchu Travel </a>Cuzco - Km 82 - Huayllabamba - Pacaymayu - Wiñay Wayna - MachuPicchu - Cuzco.The Inca Empire was the most sophisticated culture in the "Old World". By force ofdivine right and with a mastery of engineering, agriculture, economic, and mostimportantly, administrative skills, the Incas united warring tribes throughout theAndes under a common language and single religion, creating one of the mostfabulous of ancient empires - Tawantinsuyo. At its height, the Inca Empire had anextensive...<a href="http//www.wonderadventures.com/"> Machu Picchu Travel </a> Day 01: Cusco – WayllabambaBetween 7:00 and 7:30 am, we pick you up at your hotel in our own private bus. Wethen drive to Piskacuchu (2700 masl), a community located on the 82nd kilometer ofthe Cusco –Machu Picchu railroad. Starting at this point, we cross the bridge and walkalong the left shore of the Urubamba River as it flows north-west along the SacredValley. Following the trail along a flat terrain, we arrive in Miskay (2800 masl), to thenascend and finally see, from the tallest part of an overlook, the Inca city of Patallacta(2750 masl). We continue trekking along the valley created by the Kusichaca River,gradually climbing for about five hours until we reach our first campsite in theWayllabamba village (3000 masl). All along the way we will see spectacular views of theVilcanota ridge on the opposite side of the Urubamba River, where the impressiveVeronica peak reigns at 5832 meters above sea level. Not to mention the diversity ofwild flora and fauna that can be found all along the valley.Day 02: Wayllabamba – PacaymayoWe wake up at around 6:00 am, and after breakfast we leaveWayllabamba behind to begin the most difficult part of the trek, which
    • consists of an abrupt and steep ascent that stretches for 9 km. Alongthis climb, the landscape changes from sierra to puna (a dry and higharea with little vegetation). On the way to the first mountain pass, theAbra Warmihuañusca (Dead Woman´s Pass), we see domesticatedllamas and alpacas grazing on ichu, one of the few plants that grow atthat altitude. We also cross an area of the so called cloud forest, whichis the habitat for many different kinds of birds like hummingbirds andsparrows and the Andean bear, which is also called the Spectacled Bear(Tremarctus Ornatus). We advise that on this day specially, your daypack is well stocked with candies, chocolates and coca leaves that willkeep your sugar level high, and help with altitude sickness.Immediately after the pass, we descend into the Pacaymayo valley(3600 masl), where we camp after approximately 6h of hiking.Day 03: Pacaymayo – WiñaywaynaThis day is the longest but also the most impressive and the most interesting, due thenumber of archaeological sites that we visit and learn about from our guide. FromPacaymayo we climb to the second pass, the Abra de Runkurakay (3970 masl). Halfway up, we visit the archaeological complex with the same name. This site, located at3800 masl, consists of a small oval structure that is believed to have served the purposeof a watchtower. After going over the pass, we descend towards Yanacocha (BlackLagoon) and enter the cloud-forest to finally arrive at Sayacmarca (3624 masl). This isa beautiful complex made up of a semicircular construction, enclosures at differentlevels, narrow streets, liturgical fountains, patios and irrigation canals. Continuing upan easy climb, we arrive at the third pass, the Abra de Phuyupatamarca (3700 masl).Along this climb we can appreciate the magnitude of the Incas´ ancient craft, bywalking along paths semi-detached from the mountain, and seeing rocks that fill upravines in perfect order, saving the trail from the multileveled Andean geography. Wego through an Inca tunnel to later arrive at the aforementioned pass and down to thecomplex of the same name. This is one of the most complete and best-preservedarchaeological complexes along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and is located on thehighest point of a mountain. Curiously, Phuyupatamarca means ¨town over theclouds¨. From above, one can observe a sophisticated sacred complex made up of waterfountains with solid foundations, and also impressive views of the Urubamba Rivervalley and the long descending stone steps along which we will continue on toWiñaywayna (2700 masl). At this campsite we find a lodge with a restaurant, bar andbathrooms with hot showers. The campsite has the same name as the complex locatedonly five minutes away from the lodge. Wiñaywayna is an impressive complex made upof an agricultural center with numerous terraces, a religious sector and an urban sector.<a href="http//www.wonderadventures.com/"> Machu Picchu Travel </a>What is included: Collection from your hotel in the morning of trek departure. Private bus from your hotel to the start of the trail. Inca Trail & Machu Picchu entrance fees. English speaking professional guide (two guides for groups over 9 persons).
    • Igloo tents - 2 persons in each 4-person capacity tent with plenty of space for your backpacks. Double thickness foam mattress. Cook and Cooking equipment. Meals (03B,03L,03D) - food includes pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruit, avocado, pasta, chicken, fish, meat, rice, all rich in carbohydrates and suitable for trekking, hot drinks including coca leaf tea which is excellent for the altitude. Teatime everyday (tea, coffee, biscuits, popcorn). Porters (to carry the tents, food, and cooking equipment). Dining tent with camp tables and chairs. Kitchen tent. Accommodation for our porters and cooks. First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle. Bus from Machu Picchu ruins down to the village of Aguas Calientes. Train ticket (Backpackers service) from Aguas Calientes to Cusco. Transfer from the train station to your hotel.What is not included: Breakfast on the first morning. Some hotels offer an early morning breakfast service. If not, we stop at the town of Urubamba on the way to the start on the trek where you’ll have the opportunity to have breakfast, Meal in restaurant in Aguas Calientes on day 4 of the trek. Entrance to the thermal springs in Aguas Calientes 10 soles Sleeping bag (goose down) -15ºC-extreme it can be hired from us US$20 for all trek mummy form and include a sleeping liner. They are cleaned after every use and have a maximum usage of 25 trips(and it must be carry by you) Bus ticket from Machu picchu to Aguas Calientes (optional) one way US$7 (instead of walking down.) Tips for the guide, cook and porters.What you need to bring: Original passport (and *International Student card (ISIC) if applicable) if for any reason you organize a new passport bring some clear copies of the old one as well. Travel Insurance card is essential Walking boots Waterproof jacket/rain poncho couple of T-shirts Comfortable trousers (zip off pants ) Sun hat , Bathing suit (for hot springs in Aguas Calientes) Water Purification tablets ( recommended micropur) Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended) Insect repellent ( for Aguas Calientes and Machupicchu ) Toilet paper Personal medication Camera and films Torch with spare batteries ( we recommend head lights ) Some extra snacks ( like chocolates ,candies )
    • Dates: We have groups for the Inca Trail every day of the year. LeastFebruary when the Inca Trail is closed throughout the month. Themonths of February you can visit Machu Picchu by train or walkingcleaves one of the old walking alternatives we have. More is notpossible to walk the Inca Trail.Availability: They allowed only 500 people per day Inca Trail. Thisnumber includes tourists, guides, porters and cooks. The quotas are foreveryone, people who want to do the Inca Trail. So to walk the IncaTrail is essential to book months in advance. The availability of quotasfor the Inca Trail is the same for all agencies. Thus, if there wereavailable no agency can get space for the Inca Trail.1.-STANDARD SHARED SERVICE: our most popular trek andoffers to visitors the most economical method to trek the Inca Trail andalternative inka treks to Machu Picchu. you’ll be joining a group ofother trekkers like you coming from overseas, a great opportunity tohave fun and make new friends.2.-PRIVATE SERVICE: special trek program just for you we don´tadd any people, is arranged just for you and offers the possibility tochoose the departure date and the group size. All private groupsinclude additional services, such as extra porters and horses to carryyour personal gear, among others. Write us at:info@wonderadventures.comhttp//www.wonderadventures.com
    • [url=http//www.wonderadventures.com]Machu Picchu Travel[/url]New Wonder Adventures is an adventure tour operator located in the heart of Cuscothe ancient capital city of the Incas.. The company was established in 2003 by localguides who have been working in tourism for over 10 years.Our main goal is to satisfy utterly the visitors who choose to discover this part ofthe world. We mainly operate in the area of cusco where we offer an amplediversity of tours classified as conventional tours. We offers of course the visit ofthe sanctuary of machupicchu, a city tour of Cusco where you will be pleased aboutthe wonderful streets, churches, the cathedral, and the temple of Koricancha alsoknown as the sun temple is a mix of inca and colonial architecture. Bisedes, you willobserve the majestic snowy mountains and rivers. Amongst other mountains, thereare the salkantay and the ausangate and the rivers Vilcanota and Apurimac whichare ideal for the adventure tourism.[url=http//www.wonderadventures.com]Machu Picchu Travel[/url]Cuzco - Km 82 - Huayllabamba - Pacaymayu - Wiñay Wayna - MachuPicchu - Cuzco.The Inca Empire was the most sophisticated culture in the "Old World". By force ofdivine right and with a mastery of engineering, agriculture, economic, and mostimportantly, administrative skills, the Incas united warring tribes throughout theAndes under a common language and single religion, creating one of the mostfabulous of ancient empires - Tawantinsuyo. At its height, the Inca Empire had anextensive...[url=http//www.wonderadventures.com]Machu Picchu Travel[/url] Day 01: Cusco – WayllabambaBetween 7:00 and 7:30 am, we pick you up at your hotel in our own private bus. Wethen drive to Piskacuchu (2700 masl), a community located on the 82nd kilometer ofthe Cusco –Machu Picchu railroad. Starting at this point, we cross the bridge and walkalong the left shore of the Urubamba River as it flows north-west along the SacredValley. Following the trail along a flat terrain, we arrive in Miskay (2800 masl), to thenascend and finally see, from the tallest part of an overlook, the Inca city of Patallacta(2750 masl). We continue trekking along the valley created by the Kusichaca River,gradually climbing for about five hours until we reach our first campsite in theWayllabamba village (3000 masl). All along the way we will see spectacular views of theVilcanota ridge on the opposite side of the Urubamba River, where the impressiveVeronica peak reigns at 5832 meters above sea level. Not to mention the diversity ofwild flora and fauna that can be found all along the valley.Day 02: Wayllabamba – PacaymayoWe wake up at around 6:00 am, and after breakfast we leaveWayllabamba behind to begin the most difficult part of the trek, which
    • consists of an abrupt and steep ascent that stretches for 9 km. Alongthis climb, the landscape changes from sierra to puna (a dry and higharea with little vegetation). On the way to the first mountain pass, theAbra Warmihuañusca (Dead Woman´s Pass), we see domesticatedllamas and alpacas grazing on ichu, one of the few plants that grow atthat altitude. We also cross an area of the so called cloud forest, whichis the habitat for many different kinds of birds like hummingbirds andsparrows and the Andean bear, which is also called the Spectacled Bear(Tremarctus Ornatus). We advise that on this day specially, your daypack is well stocked with candies, chocolates and coca leaves that willkeep your sugar level high, and help with altitude sickness.Immediately after the pass, we descend into the Pacaymayo valley(3600 masl), where we camp after approximately 6h of hiking.Day 03: Pacaymayo – WiñaywaynaThis day is the longest but also the most impressive and the most interesting, due thenumber of archaeological sites that we visit and learn about from our guide. FromPacaymayo we climb to the second pass, the Abra de Runkurakay (3970 masl). Halfway up, we visit the archaeological complex with the same name. This site, located at3800 masl, consists of a small oval structure that is believed to have served the purposeof a watchtower. After going over the pass, we descend towards Yanacocha (BlackLagoon) and enter the cloud-forest to finally arrive at Sayacmarca (3624 masl). This isa beautiful complex made up of a semicircular construction, enclosures at differentlevels, narrow streets, liturgical fountains, patios and irrigation canals. Continuing upan easy climb, we arrive at the third pass, the Abra de Phuyupatamarca (3700 masl).Along this climb we can appreciate the magnitude of the Incas´ ancient craft, bywalking along paths semi-detached from the mountain, and seeing rocks that fill upravines in perfect order, saving the trail from the multileveled Andean geography. Wego through an Inca tunnel to later arrive at the aforementioned pass and down to thecomplex of the same name. This is one of the most complete and best-preservedarchaeological complexes along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and is located on thehighest point of a mountain. Curiously, Phuyupatamarca means ¨town over theclouds¨. From above, one can observe a sophisticated sacred complex made up of waterfountains with solid foundations, and also impressive views of the Urubamba Rivervalley and the long descending stone steps along which we will continue on toWiñaywayna (2700 masl). At this campsite we find a lodge with a restaurant, bar andbathrooms with hot showers. The campsite has the same name as the complex locatedonly five minutes away from the lodge. Wiñaywayna is an impressive complex made upof an agricultural center with numerous terraces, a religious sector and an urban sector.[url=http//www.wonderadventures.com]Machu Picchu Travel[/url]What is included: Collection from your hotel in the morning of trek departure. Private bus from your hotel to the start of the trail. Inca Trail & Machu Picchu entrance fees. English speaking professional guide (two guides for groups over 9 persons).
    • Igloo tents - 2 persons in each 4-person capacity tent with plenty of space for your backpacks. Double thickness foam mattress. Cook and Cooking equipment. Meals (03B,03L,03D) - food includes pancakes, omelets, soups, fresh fruit, avocado, pasta, chicken, fish, meat, rice, all rich in carbohydrates and suitable for trekking, hot drinks including coca leaf tea which is excellent for the altitude. Teatime everyday (tea, coffee, biscuits, popcorn). Porters (to carry the tents, food, and cooking equipment). Dining tent with camp tables and chairs. Kitchen tent. Accommodation for our porters and cooks. First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle. Bus from Machu Picchu ruins down to the village of Aguas Calientes. Train ticket (Backpackers service) from Aguas Calientes to Cusco. Transfer from the train station to your hotel.What is not included: Breakfast on the first morning. Some hotels offer an early morning breakfast service. If not, we stop at the town of Urubamba on the way to the start on the trek where you’ll have the opportunity to have breakfast, Meal in restaurant in Aguas Calientes on day 4 of the trek. Entrance to the thermal springs in Aguas Calientes 10 soles Sleeping bag (goose down) -15ºC-extreme it can be hired from us US$20 for all trek mummy form and include a sleeping liner. They are cleaned after every use and have a maximum usage of 25 trips(and it must be carry by you) Bus ticket from Machu picchu to Aguas Calientes (optional) one way US$7 (instead of walking down.) Tips for the guide, cook and porters.What you need to bring: Original passport (and *International Student card (ISIC) if applicable) if for any reason you organize a new passport bring some clear copies of the old one as well. Travel Insurance card is essential Walking boots Waterproof jacket/rain poncho couple of T-shirts Comfortable trousers (zip off pants ) Sun hat , Bathing suit (for hot springs in Aguas Calientes) Water Purification tablets ( recommended micropur) Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended) Insect repellent ( for Aguas Calientes and Machupicchu ) Toilet paper Personal medication Camera and films Torch with spare batteries ( we recommend head lights ) Some extra snacks ( like chocolates ,candies )
    • Dates: We have groups for the Inca Trail every day of the year. LeastFebruary when the Inca Trail is closed throughout the month. Themonths of February you can visit Machu Picchu by train or walkingcleaves one of the old walking alternatives we have. More is notpossible to walk the Inca Trail.Availability: They allowed only 500 people per day Inca Trail. Thisnumber includes tourists, guides, porters and cooks. The quotas are foreveryone, people who want to do the Inca Trail. So to walk the IncaTrail is essential to book months in advance. The availability of quotasfor the Inca Trail is the same for all agencies. Thus, if there wereavailable no agency can get space for the Inca Trail.1.-STANDARD SHARED SERVICE: our most popular trek andoffers to visitors the most economical method to trek the Inca Trail andalternative inka treks to Machu Picchu. you’ll be joining a group ofother trekkers like you coming from overseas, a great opportunity tohave fun and make new friends.2.-PRIVATE SERVICE: special trek program just for you we don´tadd any people, is arranged just for you and offers the possibility tochoose the departure date and the group size. All private groupsinclude additional services, such as extra porters and horses to carryyour personal gear, among others. Write us at:info@wonderadventures.comhttp//www.wonderadventures.com