LE CHEMIN DE L’INCA COURT JUSQU’AU MACHU PICCHU
Suivez les pas des Incas et parcourez un des plus beaux itinéraires du Chemin de l’Inca (célèbre dans le monde entier) jusqu’au Machu Picchu. Le Chemin de l’Inca court (2 jours et 1 nuit) est une randonnée peu exigeante qui comprend la visite de Wiñay Wayna, un des plus beaux sites archéologiques les mieux conservés du Chemin de l’Inca jusqu’au Machu Picchu.
Pour les voyageurs voulant faire une randonnée courte avant de visiter la citadelle inca du Machu Picchu, voici le choix idéal !
CE QUI EST INCLUS ET CE QUE VOUS DEVEZ APPORTER…
- Transport privé
- Train Cusco – Km. 104 (classe “Expedition”. Sur demande, nous pouvons offrir la classe “Vistadome”)
- Guide en français
- Les repas indiqués dans l’itinéraire
- Trousse de premiers soins
- Entrée au Chemin de l’Inca
- Bus Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes
- Train Aguas Calientes – Cusco (gare de Poroy). Classe “Expedition” (sur demande, nous pouvons offrir la classe “Vistadome”)
- Hôtel 3 étoiles à Aguas Calientes
- Transfert gare ferroviaire – hôtel à Cusco
- Assurance voyage
- Les repas non indiqués dans l’itinéraire
Ce que vous devez apporter
- Petit sac à dos
- Veste imperméable
- Chaussures de randonnée
- Bâtons télescopiques. Assurez-vous qu’ils n’aient pas de pointe métallique pour protéger les escaliers de pierre du Chemin de l’Inca
- Casquette et Lunettes de soleil
- Répulsif contre les insectes
- Crème solaire
- Eau pour le premier jour
- Jumelles pour l’observation des oiseaux
- Appareil photo
Jour 1: Cusco – Km. 104 – Wiñay Wayna – Aguas Calientes
Jour 2 : Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu
EXTENSIONS : VOUS DISPOSEZ DE PLUS DE TEMPS A PASSER AU PEROU?
D’autres voyageurs ont ajouté l’extension suivante à cet itinéraire...LA VALLEE SACREE DES INCAS 1 jour Au départ de Cusco, cette longue journée à travers la Vallée Sacrée des Incas comprend les visites des sites archéologiques de Pisaq, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero et du temps libre pour admirer et photographier le paysage spectaculaire de la Vallée Sacrée et les sommets enneigés des Andes qui l’entourent. Un guide local vous accompagnera lors de votre découverte des rues étroites du village inca d’Ollantaytambo et de votre promenade au marché sur la place principale de Pisaq.
FAQs - Frequently asked questions
The minimum number of participants for each group is 2. In the event that we do not reach the minimum number of persons required for a selected date, we will try to offer you an alternative trek date or refund your trek deposit in full. Andean Adventures Peru can operate with a single participant on a private tour basis (many of our clients choose to travel individually).
That depends on the availability of places on the Inca Trail. We cannot guarantee that once you have booked, your friends will also be able to do so. On certain dates during the high season, we recommend that groups of travelers who want to hike the Inca Trail should do so under a single booking. Refunds are not given for the Inca Trail, and so if your friends don’t manage to get a place on the same date, or if those who succeed in booking decide to cancel the trip, there will be no possibility of a refund.
There is no official restriction on the age limit for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu or other treks in Peru. However, as a responsible trekking and hiking company we recommend that children under 9 years of age should not hike Inca Trail. 12 years is a better age to do the Inca Trail. Also, all children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
The maximum group size is 16 persons. For more than 16 persons, a second group must be organized. A single guide travels with 8 participants. For larger groups, an assistant guide will also accompany the participants.
If you are traveling alone and are willing to share a tent, with a member of the same sex or partner, family member or friend, then there is no additional cost. If, however, you would like your own private tent an additional supplement will be payable. Please contact us in advance, because this option will depend on the availability of spaces at the campsites designated by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.
If you want to hire the services of an extra porter to carry your personal gear, then you must let us know at the time you make your booking for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. By letting us know in advance, you ensure we will be able to organize the services of an extra porter for each day of the trek. If you make this request in Cusco just days before the start of your trek, the extra porter will only be able to accompany you during the first two days of the Inca Trail.
The Inca Trail is a 43-kilometer (25-mile) trek through a mountainous region, involving hiking for 5-7 hours a day at high altitude and over rough terrain. Make no mistake, the Inca Trail is a fairly difficult trek and you should be well prepared and healthy prior to starting it. You should be fit and exercise regularly before your trek. It is also important to be well acclimated before starting the trek. We recommend spending 2 or 3 days in Cusco (3400 meters / 11,154 feet above sea level) prior to starting the trek. If you do not take regular exercise or have a heart, respiratory, knee or back problem, do not consider doing the trek.
Both in Cusco and on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, days tend to be warm and nights cold. On the Inca Trail, from April through October, which is the dry season, the weather during the day is warm. During June, July and August nights can be cold, and a good four season sleeping bag is recommended. The rainy season runs from November through March. In February, which is the rainiest month of the year, the Inca Trail is closed for maintenance.
Use of plastic bottles on the network of Inca Trails to Machu Picchu is not permitted. Other treks do not have this restriction but we always recommend and encourage our travelers to use reusable canteens or second use plastic water bottles. Our cook will provide you with boiled water to refill your bottle at all the campsites.
All foodstuffs are purchased immediately before departure to guarantee freshness, and they are correctly packaged and handled by our trained staff to ensure food safety. We use cloth bags when making our purchases, rather than plastic. The produce is fresh and bought directly from local farmers. Also, we pack the produce in cloth bags and hermetic multiuse containers, avoiding the use of plastic in order to make our operations as green as possible.
You will need to carry your daypack with all the personal items you need during the day. The rest of your luggage will be transported by us (van / porters). Porters are only permitted to carry 8 kilos for each person (including sleeping bag). As a company, Andean Adventures Peru is committed to the well-being of its porters during treks, ensuring that they are properly paid, well fed, and comfortable at our campsites.