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4-Day Trek to Machu Picchu Through the Inca Trail

From US$757.00
  • Guarantee a spot on the often sold-out Inca Trail
  • Opt for a seamless experience that includes food, transfers, and camping 
  • Be one of the first to enter Machu Picchu on the final morning 
4-Day Trek to Machu Picchu Through the Inca Trail
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Inca Trail Complete ServiceMost Popular
The COMPLETE option INCLUDES a Thermal Sleeping Bag, Porter & Duffel Bag to carry a total of 7kgs of personal gear for each trekker (3kgs for your sleeping bag & mattress plus 4kgs of personal items).
Inca Trail Basic Service
The BASIC option EXCLUDES a Thermal Sleeping Bag, Porter & Duffel Bag for personal gear.

The Inca Trail is the most popular way to discover Machu Picchu, and often books up months in advance. Guarantee your spot by pre-booking a 4-day trek from Cusco, which includes all meals, entrance fees, and transfers. On this tour, you’ll be one of the first to see the ancient world wonder in the morning, before the site becomes overrun by crowds.

What to Expect
Day 1: Cusco to Ollantaytambo to KM 82 and Trek to Wayllabamba Camp (7 miles/11 kilometers; L, D)
Your 4-day trek begins with pickup from your Cusco hotel. Travel to Ollantaytambo for breakfast before you head to Piscacucho, the official start of the Inca Trail. Pass several archaeological sites as you hike through Vilcanota River Valley, then have lunch and relax at Wayllabamba camp.

Day 2: Trek to Pacaymayo Camp (6 m/10 kms; B, L, D)
After breakfast, you’ll embark on a challenging uphill hike to Dead Woman’s Pass followed by a downhill trek to Pacaymayo Camp. On arrival at the camp, you’ll have the rest of the day to eat and rest.

Day 3: Trek to Winayhuayna High Jungle Camp (9 m/15 kms; B, L, D)
Spend the day ascending and descending ancient Inca stairways during the journey to Winayhuayna High Jungle Camp. Explore the archaeological sites of Sayacmarca, Pacaymayo, and Phuyupatamarca. At the end of the day, you’ll reach a camp overlooking a river valley.

Day 4: Machu Picchu and Return to Cusco (4 m/7 kms; B)
Following an early morning, you’ll hike to the gate of Machu Picchu and be one of the first to enter the UNESCO-listed archaeological site. Enjoy both a guided tour and free time to explore independently before heading to Aguas Calientes to browse the shops.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome Trip!

We completed the Inca Trail in April 2018, and had a great time, all thanks to the Bamba Experience team. Our guides Francisco and Ricardo were excellent, and had great English, knew everything you could possibly ask about and were so helpful. The porters were...More

2  Thank sandrew8687
Reviewed 1 week ago
The most stunning 4 days of our lives!

Together with Bamba Experience Peru, we trekked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in July 2018, and it was a GREAT SUCCESS! We got a true small group experience, as we had our own private guide; Cesar, who is a very cool guy with lots...More

2  Thank Maja J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Truly amazing adventure of a lifetime.

My friend and I have just returned from our 4 day / 3 night camp hike from Km82 to Machu Picchu. Exodus are a very well organised company to use ( we saw many others upon our trek ). We left our camp last every...More

4  Thank angela r
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Awesome aventure

We did the 3N/4D Classic Inca Trail Vidal and Ricardo were our guides, and this trek was certainly the highlight of our 2.5 weeks in Peru. First of all, Bmabas truly offers door to door service. They picked us up promptly from our hotel, holding...More

1  Thank kristnr41
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Awesome Inca experience

We had an amazing 4 days hiking the classic Inca trail to Machu Picchu with Bamba experience. We were in a small group of only 4 which we much preferred to being in a large group - some of the other companies had groups as...More

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7 August 2018|
Response from dancesonhertoes | Reviewed this property |
We did not do the Biking, zipling or rafting, but we were allowed 4 pounds-ish to give to the porters to carry which we paid extra for. I HIGHLY suggest doing this. That did not count the tent/sleeping bag/mattress that... More
Gary T
29 July 2018|
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Response from Emma F | Reviewed this property |
Yes you get the bus from Machu Picchu to the town, Aguas Calientes. We had 1 or 2hrs there for lunch (not included in the price) before getting the train back to Ollantaytambo, and then another bus to Cusco. All this... More
Gary T
29 July 2018|
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Response from Megan J | Reviewed this property |
Our group had 10.