You’ll be picked up from your hotel in Cusco around 5 am with private transportation and arrive at the Archaeological site of Tambomachay where your trek begins. we start to hike an uphill path that will take you to a site commonly known as the Puna region, which begins at an altitude of 3,800 meters. You’ll capture the change in vegetation and appreciate the scenery of lakes, villages, llamas, alpacas, and much more. Be sure to have your cameras on hand for you will want to take many pictures.
After a delicious breakfast, you’ll begin walking for 1 hour until you reach the balcony of the Incas. From here you will have a spectacular view of the Sacred Valley, Andes Cordillera, glaciers, farmlands, rivers, and so much more. You’ll continue your trek until you reach a small canyon where you’ll walk an original Inca trail. This trail will take you to the Archaeological site of Huchuy Qosqo. After your guided tour, you’ll continue walking until you reach the Urubamba river where you will have lunch. Afterward, private transportation takes you to Ollantaytambo. Before you board the train to Aguas Calientes town you’ll have dinner in Ollantaytambo. Once you arrive at Aguas Calientes you’ll be taken to your hotel for you to rest and prepare for the next day.
Early breakfast (5:00 am) before taking the earliest bus to Machupicchu. We recommend everyone to try and be the first ones in line because it fills up incredibly quickly. As soon as you arrive at Machupicchu enjoy the sunrise (depending on the weather). Your tour leader will guide you throughout Machu Picchu for about 3 hours. If you book well in advance and have a Huayna Picchu or Montaña Machupicchu ticket, your tour leader will guide you to the entrance where you can explore these sites on your own.
Note: everyone explores these sites, if interested be sure to mention this while you book your trip. If you choose to not purchase these extra sites, the Inca bridge or Sun gate are free options located within Machupicchu. Be sure to arrive back to Aguas Calientes on time well before your train departure as the bus lines fill up quickly. Your tour leader will specify the exact times after your guided tour.
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