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Short Inca Trail 2 Days To Machu Picchu


Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, 2 days

The Short Inca Trail 2 Days to Machu Picchu offers the pleasure of following in ancient footsteps. Join our professional journey leaders on a thrilling Inca Trail Express journey, which offers the greatest aspects of the legendary four-day trek compressed into just a few days.


The Inca Trail is the ultimate experience, taking you to the magnificent Machu Picchu and immersing you in South America’s most renowned trip. Don’t have a lot of time? Not to worry! The Short Inca Trail 2 days to Machu Picchu is ideal for people who wish to experience this classic journey but are short on time or do not want to camp for many days.


This short Inca trail 2 days excursion is great for individuals looking for adventure, excitement, and a more in-depth knowledge of Peruvian history and culture in a short period of time. It’s also ideal for travelers who want to walk to Machu Picchu or enter the awe-inspiring “lost city” via Inti Punku, popularly known as “The Sun Gate.” Witness the breathtaking majesty and grandeur of Machu Picchu firsthand—it really is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


Begin an unforgettable experience as you hike down the 2-day short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with a 100% Peruvian tour operator. This one-of-a-kind trip enables you to appreciate the spirit of the Classic Inca Trail, with stops at Chachabamba and Wiay Wayna before walking through Inti Punku, also known as the Sun Gate, and into the awe-inspiring splendor of Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu is one of Peru’s most famous archeological monuments and, perhaps, a South American treasure.

 Short Inca Trail 2 days


On your first day, take in the breathtaking sunset at Machu Picchu while enjoying the peace and quiet with just a few other guests. Spend a relaxing night at lovely Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu Pueblo) for lodging. On day two, get up early to beat the crowds and enjoy spectacular dawn views of the Lost City of the Incas. Admire the magnificent Andean peaks that surround Machu Picchu Mountain and Wayna Picchu Mountain.


Despite its short length, trekking Peru’s Inca Trail delivers much more than meets the eye. Along with a magnificent train ride, this tour gives you access to attractive sites along the authentic Inca path. Explore intriguing archeological structures while immersed in magnificent environs. Take delight in viewing firsthand one of the world’s contemporary marvels, “Machu Picchu,” during both afternoon and morning trips.


This wonderful journey also includes a comfortable overnight at a good hotel in Aguas Calientes where you can unwind before your big day. Finish your day with a hearty meal at one of the town’s finest restaurants before retiring for a restful night’s sleep.


Trip Details for Short Inca Trail Hike 2 Days

Service Level: Upgraded Comfort

Explore the maximum comfort and elegance of our fantastic tours, or luxuriate in Magical Peru Expeditions’ premium short Inca Trail 2 days tour to Machu Picchu. We guarantee a memorable tour with our highly experienced team and top trip leaders and guides. Our painstakingly organized 2-day/1-night Inca Trail schedule gives you plenty of free time to explore at your leisure while also having the assistance of a private tour guide.


Short Inca Trail Difficulty Level

The short Inca path is appropriate for individuals in good physical shape since it is rated as an easy-moderate hike with a low altitude rise. If you have a regular fitness program and no weight or joint difficulties (knees or ankles), this journey is ideal for you.


There is a limited supply.

We restrict the number of spots available for the Inca Trail 2-day trip to 250 each day due to the historical importance and popularity of the route. Reservations should be made well in advance to ensure your seat, as spaces tend to fill up rapidly. Especially during the peak tourist season, which runs from May to September.


The minimum and maximum group sizes are two to 10 people.

Treks may only begin with a minimum of two people. We are happy to arrange private or customized treks and itineraries for families, couples, groups of friends, or single travelers; just contact us for more information at info@magicalperuexpeditions.com. You are invited to join our adventures! Maximum hikers per group: 8 (special, private party groups may surpass this limit).



Private Car/Van Transfer from Cusco to the Train Station, Train Ride to Km 104 “Inca Trail Entrance,” Hiking/Trekking, Archaeological Site Tours, and Nature and Cultural Adventures are all options.



Because the short Inca Trail trek is carried out at a much lower altitude than the classic 4-day Inca Trail, acclimatization is not as important; however, many people still find themselves short of breath when arriving at WiÑay Wayna, so this trek should not be considered an easy option. We suggest spending one day in Cusco before beginning the Sacred Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.



This 2-day Inca Trail tour or 2-day hike to Machu Picchu includes one night’s accommodation in a nice and comfortable 3-star hotel in Aguas Calientes (based on double occupancy and triple occupancy in the case of families or friends) with breakfast included, as well as a private bathroom, hot shower, Wi-Fi, breakfast, and luggage storage while visiting Machu Picchu. If you like, you may book the trip without staying at a hotel. Simply let us know.


Important Reminder

We anticipate that the Short Inca Trail 2 Days to Machu Picchu will go as planned. Participants should acknowledge the potential of adjustments due to local circumstances, such as strikes or natural disasters; any changes may be at the discretion of your travel provider. Force Majeure is defined as any incident that Magical Peru Expeditions cannot predict, control, or prevent, even with all reasonable caution.



Highlights of the Two-Day Inca Trail

Explore the Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2 days in only two days with a two-day Inca Trail trip. This private trip includes visits to Chachabamba, Wiaywayna, the Sun Gate (Intipunku), and, of course, Machu Picchu.


In a shorter amount of time, travel to the heart of the historic Incan Empire and walk to the spectacular Machu Picchu. All of the marvels of a traditional four-day walk are condensed into a handful of days.


With our special 2-day Short Inca Trail trip, you can immerse yourself in the Andean highlands of southern Peru. Hike at your own speed with a trained guide and see breathtaking ruins like Winaywayna along the way. Then, have an incredible Machu Picchu trip.


Discover the highlights of the famed Inca Trail in less time, without sacrificing beauty or adventure. As you begin on this guided trip, you will be treated to stunning vistas of snow-capped peaks and interesting ruins. In addition, enjoy both sunset and dawn views at Machu Picchu while staying in a luxury hotel.


Take in the stunning scenery as you hike through breathtaking terrain with an authentic local tour operator from Cusco. Enter Machu Picchu via the Gate of the Sun, exactly as Inca monarchs once did, and marvel at the amazing first aerial glimpse of the Lost City of the Incas.


Experience our 2-day short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu on a private tour or small group tour for customized treatment with your own private tour guide, study the history of Machu Picchu, and climb at your own speed.


A Quick Overview of the Itinerary

DAY 1: Cusco-Ollantaytambo-KM 104-Sun Gate-Macchu Picchu-Aguas Calientes

Begin about 4:00 a.m. in Cusco and travel to Ollantaytambo to catch the first train on the Short Inca Trail (Km 104). To reach Machu Picchu, hike for about 7 hours along the historic Inca Trail in awe-inspiring surroundings of towering mountains and lush vegetation.


Explore intriguing Inca archeological sites like Chachabamba and breathtaking Wiay Wayna, which means “Eternal Youth,” and discover everything about the Incas’ old civilization from our professional local guide, and you’ll have time to connect with nature and Mother Earth in the most breathtaking scenery.


Enjoy your packed lunch in the midst of the undulating hills after trekking for around 4 hours before stepping up to the Inti Punku, or “Sun Gate,” and getting your first stunning glimpse of the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu.


The vista from the Sun Gate, or “Inti Punku” in Quechua, is without a doubt a dreamlike panorama, so soak it up before hiking down toward the renowned Machu Picchu Citadel, taking in breathtaking panoramic views along the way. Come in the afternoon and experience Machu Picchu virtually empty.


Take the bus down to Aguas Calientes later. Before getting up early to beat the crowds at Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas, we had dinner at a nearby restaurant and spent the night in a Hotel.


DAY 2: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo – Cusco

You will get up early on the final day. Breakfast at the hotel, then a 25-minute bus ride to Machu Picchu to witness the breathtaking dawn amidst massive mountains and lush subtropical flora—an awesomely wonderful experience!


Then, with your own local guide, visit the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu—one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and Latin America’s top tourist attraction—and learn about its history, mysteries, and the significance of the stronghold before returning to Aguas Calientes.


After a 2.5-hour guided tour of the magnificent temples and plazas in this enchanting and holy marvel of Machu Picchu, Peru’s top tourist attraction, Spend more time alone to view as much as possible and go on an extra walk to Huayna Picchu Mountain.


Make the most of your time here before heading down to Aguas Calientes for lunch, and then board the train back to Ollantaytambo, where our private vehicle will take you back to your Cusco hotel. Arrive at 7:00 p.m. in Cusco.


When you don’t have much time in Cusco, this journey of a lifetime is a necessity.



DAY 1: Cusco – Ollantaytambo – Km 104 – Sun Gate – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes

We will pick you up from your Cusco hotel at about 4:00 a.m. to begin your 2-day Short Inca Trail Hike to Machu Picchu excursion. After that, you’ll travel for about an hour and a half to the Ollantaytambo train station. If your accommodation is in the Sacred Valley or Ollantaytambo, the pick-up time may be between 5.00 and 5:30 a.m.


We suggest spending the day before the Short Inca Trail at Ollantaytambo, which is closer to the train station and saves 1.5 hours of travel time from Cusco. If you take a trip the day before, such as Sacred Valley, you may request a drop-off at Ollantaytambo and spend the night in a hotel.


Magical Peru Expeditions can take you up in Sacred Valley, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, or Cusco from any place. Pickup timings will be verified during your briefing, since they may vary depending on where you are staying.


After traveling from Cusco to Ollantaytambo in a comfortable private vehicle, you’ll have a few minutes to make any last-minute purchases before boarding the Expedition Class Train at 6:10 a.m. We’ll offer your box lunch, which you’ll keep in your daypack to eat later.


Train to KM 104

After that, you will enjoy a leisurely train ride along the Urubamba River and through the Peruvian Andes, with spectacular views of snow-capped mountains to the lush jungle brimming with orchids and ferns, until the start of the 2-day Short Inca Trail hike, called KM 104-Chachabamba, located in the cloud forest at 2,100 m (6,927 ft).


After disembarking from the train, we will cross the Urubamba River over a gorgeous footbridge and proceed directly to the checkpoint at Chachabamba to begin your Short Inca Trail Trek.


Please keep in mind that you will need your original passport to get through the checkpoint. Just bring your passport and (we take care of all the appropriate papers when you book, and your tour guide will carry all of these documents).



After passing through an Inca Trail checkpoint, your tour guide will give you a quick briefing regarding the trail’s features, and you will have time to prepare for the trek, use the facilities, apply sunscreen, insect spray/repellent, and warm up.


Our first stop on the walk will be at the majestic Inca site of Chachabamba, which has temples, the main patio, holy rock, and other features. Additionally, you will lose yourself in the breathtaking scenery as towering mountains and lush vegetation surround you.


We continue the journey along a historic Inca Trail abandoned in the 16th century, with pauses at many outlooks to enjoy an extended view of the Urubamba River, after learning the history of the archaeological site of Chachabamba from your guide and viewing the exquisite Inca site.


The first section of the Short Inca Trail is a 4-hour gradual uphill hike with some flat parts, spectacular scenery, waterfalls, and lovely views of the Sacred Valley abound as we rise up the mountainside until we arrive at Wiay Wayna (2,650m / 8,695ft), which means ‘forever young or the place that never gets old;’ this is one of the most beautiful Inca sites on the Classic Inca Trail.


The first day of Inca Trail

We will spend some time at the archeological site of Wiay Wayna exploring this stunning Incan complex and learning about the fascinating history of these amazing Inca ruins and discovering a ritual water fountain, a temple dedicated to the forces of nature, and the beautiful agricultural platforms while enjoying spectacular views of the Andes.


Spend some time relaxing, unwinding in quiet, and connecting with Mother Nature via birdsong and the subtle whisper of the breeze. We’ll see the campground where hikers completing the Classic Inca Trail spend the night a bit further on. You’ll have time to relax and enjoy the excellent box lunch we’ve prepared for you.


After we’ve been fed, we’ll continue our gentle hike for about 1 hour and 20 minutes to the Sun Gate / Inti Punku (2,700m / 8,858ft) to catch your first glimpse of the Lost City of the Incas – a truly unforgettable sight; from where you get your first outstanding view of Machu Picchu, with all of its incredible architecture, and beautiful mountains surrounding the area.


We will arrive at Sun Gate at 3 p.m., when the throng from Machu Picchu have dispersed, giving you plenty of opportunity to stare at and photograph Machu Picchu. After snapping photographs and visiting the region, it’s a one-hour downhill trek from the Sun Gate to the historic Inca citadel, which has amazing vistas and a wonderful golden light setting on the deep stone walls for some peace.


Machu Picchu

When we get to Machu Picchu, we will take our time taking photos from the observation platforms above the ruins, since the afternoon is generally less busy. After shooting photographs, we’ll ride the bus down to Aguas Calientes town, where we’ll check into your hotel, have dinner at a local restaurant, and spend the night in a 3-star hotel.


supper is provided at the town’s top-rated restaurants; after supper, we suggest retiring to bed early to make the most of the next day.


  • The highest point is 2,720 meters (8,924 feet).
  • The lowest elevation is 2,100 m (6,927 ft).
  • 12 km/7.5 miles total walking distance
  • Lunch, snacks, and supper are provided.
  • Accommodation: La Cabaa (or something similar).
  • Difficulty level: Moderate


DAY 2: Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu, then via Ollantaytambo to Cusco.

It’s the moment you’ve been looking forward to after a well-deserved night’s sleep. Today, you’ll be roaming the fascinating alleyways of Machu Picchu, one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and an unparalleled example of Inca culture in America!


On our last day of the Short Inca Trail trip, we will rise early for breakfast at your accommodation and then travel a short distance to join a bus that will take us on a 25-minute journey to the entrance of the Machu Picchu Inca fortress. We’ll arrive just as the sun rises, illuminating the stronghold in a beautiful golden tone.


On a clear day, you’ll walk for a few minutes after crossing the Machu Picchu checkpoint to see the beautiful dawn above Machu Picchu. This is an absolutely breathtaking scene. After snapping your first few shots and absorbing it all in, Following that, your tour guide will take you on a 2-hour private guided tour of the incredible Inca site (CIRCUIT #3).


The second day of the Inca trail 2 days

With a private, exclusive Peru Expeditions tour guide, you’ll visit the most important parts of Machu Picchu Citadel, including the Temple of the Sun, Temple of the Condor, Temple of the Three Windows, Sun Dial, Quarry, and Houses of the Inca, and learn the history of Machu Picchu from your local expert.


After the trip, you will be left in Machu Picchu to explore or climb Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Montana (tickets must be purchased in advance). Your tour guide will show you how to catch the bus back to Aguas Calientes for lunch (not included).


Those with Huayna Picchu tickets will have time to climb the mountain, which takes around an hour and a half round-trip, while Machu Picchu Mountain will take up to 3 hours and will provide more breathtaking views of the whole Inca city.


It will be time to return to Aguas Calientes when you are ready. You will have time to tour the town, choose your favorite restaurant, and shop for gifts at the local market.



Optional: After the Machu Picchu trip, descend down the Hiram Bingham original route from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes, stopping along the way to see the Machu Picchu museum, and butterfly station, and take in the spectacular vistas.


You will board the Expedition Class Train later in the afternoon at 14:55 or 15:20 (depending on availability) for the return trip to Ollantaytambo, where a private car will meet you and take you back to your lodging. The flight arrives in Cusco at 7:00 p.m.


  • Altitude: 2400 m / 7874 ft Duration: 2-3 hour Machu Picchu trip
  • Breakfast (at the hotel)
  • Difficulty: Simple


***IMPORTANT NOTE: On the 2-day Inca Trail trip, we will undertake CIRCUIT #3, and there is no option to do another circuit unless you purchase an extra Machu Picchu admission ticket.


The Short Inca Trail includes


Pre-trip briefing: The night before the trip, your trekking guide will meet you in the lobby of your Cusco hotel to go over the schedule, and you will have the chance to ask any last questions and make any final preparations. The meeting will take place at 5:00 p.m. on the evening before the trip. If you are unable to do so at this time, “please let us know” so that we may arrange another time.


Professional & Experienced Guides: Our expert guides are graduates of the National University San Antonio Abad of Cusco’s Tourism Professional Career. Our local guides are picked for their expertise, experience, responsibility, seriousness, boundless curiosity, and genuine desire to convey our culture and history. Some of them have more than ten years of expertise guiding visitors in the mountains of Machu Picchu and are here to help you discover the Short Inca Trail Trek and make the most of your visit to Machu Picchu. They will keep you secure and comfortable on your journey so you can enjoy your time on the Inca Trail, and they will assure your safety and happiness.


Permissions and Admission Tickets: As soon as we get your full information and the money that guarantees your reservation, we will acquire the required permissions (subject to availability). These licenses will be granted in your name on a certain date. They cannot be modified after they have been verified. Passport number changes are only permitted for renewal purposes. You must bring both your old and new passports in this scenario. The pass provides admission to the Machu Picchu Archaeological Site.


Included Hotel

Transportation: You will be picked up immediately from your Cusco hotel at about 4 a.m. and transported by private transportation to Ollantaytambo Train Station to join the Expedition Class Train at 6:10 a.m. and carried to KM 104 (the trek’s starting point). The train return to Ollantaytambo from Machu Picchu town “Aguas Calientes” will be on the Expedition Class Train at 14:55 pm or 15:20 pm (depending on availability).


Expeditions Train Service: You may also pay $75 per person to upgrade to the Vistadome train at the same time, 14:55 p.m. or 15:20 p.m. We will pick you up at the train station and bring you to Cusco in our private van, arriving at your hotel in Cusco between 19:00 and 19:30 p.m. Your Short Inca Trail 2-day walk also includes a bus ticket from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes on day 1 and a round-trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to the Machu Picchu ruins on day 2.



Hotel: This hike includes one night’s lodging (double occupancy) in a pleasant and comfortable three-star hotel in Aguas Calientes with a private bathroom, hot shower, Wi-Fi, breakfast, and baggage storage while visiting Machu Picchu. If you wish to choose your own accommodation, you may buy the trip without it. Simply let us know.


Meals: We will give you 1 box lunch to eat on the route to Machu Picchu, 1 supper at Indio Feliz, the top restaurant in Aguas Calientes, and 1 breakfast at your accommodation in Aguas Calientes. Please keep in mind that breakfast on day one and lunch on day two after Machu Picchu are not included.


Medical Kit and Oxygen Bottle: To deal with minor situations, your hiking guide will carry a first-aid kit as well as an emergency oxygen bottle. If anything does happen, which is very unlikely,


Not Included

There is no hotel included in the Short Inca Trail Hotel before or after the journey.

The first breakfast and the final meal after Machu Picchu on the second day of the hike are not included.

Trekking poles: If you like, you may hire a set from our firm.

Travel interruption and evacuation insurance (required): Landing in Cusco is recommended for individuals who live at sea level since it will need some acclimatization. The majority of individuals need one or two days to acclimate. It is recommended that you carry protection for missed excursions if you have difficulty adapting to the altitude.


Huayna Picchu entrance ticket: Huayna Picchu is the mountain that sits adjacent to Machu Picchu. The trek to the peak of Huayna Picchu takes 45 minutes. The views of Machu Picchu from the summit are breathtaking. However, if you are terrified of heights, you should be aware that the way back down is rather steep. If you decide to do this walk, you should do it after your Machu Picchu trip. The fee is $75 per person, and owing to demand, reservations must be made at least one or two months in advance. The permission restriction for Huayna Picchu Mountain is 400 per day, split into two groups of 200 people, the first between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m., and the second between 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.


Is up to you

Tipping is customary on all Machu Picchu excursions. Although we provide competitive compensation to our whole crew, anything extra is always appreciated, particularly given their dedication. Please feel free to tip or not, and it should be entirely dependent on your pleasure.


planes: Flights to Cusco are a little tricky since delays are prevalent and planes are often canceled. LATAM Peru is the most dependable airline, while AVIANCA and Peruvian Airlines are also viable options.


Additional fees or delays beyond our control. include landslides, inclement weather, itinerary changes owing to a safety issue, disease, pandemic, government policy change, political instability, strikes, acts of God, and so forth.


Packing List for the 2 Day Short Inca Trail Tour


Remember that there will be no porters to assist you with carrying your stuff on the Short Inca Trail, so pack as little as possible. A small backpack is essential for feeling fantastic and enjoying this amazing journey. Each tourist will also bring a box lunch.


We suggest that you carry a high-quality, lightweight, and comfortable daypack. It is vital to remember that your bag should not be larger than 25 according to local rules. Larger packs cannot be brought into Machu Picchu and must be left outside the gates.


If you want a personal porter, you may request one while making your reservation for an additional fee. We do not encourage it, however, since we may transfer some of your belongings immediately to the hotel via train.


What should you bring for the two-day Short Inca Trail?

Original passport (a copy will not be allowed); passports must be valid for 6 months beyond the date of entry into Peru (bring both if you got a new one after making your booking).


Valid Student Card (if you booked as a student), the original student card must be issued by the university up to the age of 25, and must include the following information: university information, personal information about the student, a photo of the student, and a valid date no later than December 31 of the current year.


Hiking footwear for the Short Inca Trail should be comfortable shoes/flip-flops or robust hiking boots.


A decent-quality daypack that is lightweight and comfortable, with enough space for water, food, and a few other things (if not waterproof, bring a waterproof backpack cover or a poncho that will cover your bag).


Water storage requires at least 2 liters; either a camel pack or water bottle(s); 1-liter water bottles work well, and two of them are advised to have a minimum 2 liters. Plastic throwaway bottles are not permitted at Machu Picchu; bring reusable ones.


2 T-shirts (wicking T-shirts are preferred) as well as one pair of trekking pants or trousers

A change of clothing when touring Machu Picchu

Toiletries, sunscreen, lip balm, and insect repellent

Warm layers and rain gear

Others for the Inca Trail’s Short Route

Protection against the sun (hat, bandana, and sunglasses)

Sun-protective long-sleeved shirts

Hand sanitizer, toilet tissue

There are plenty of socks.

Toothpaste and brush

Medication for personal use

Bandages and moleskin

Extra batteries and a camera for Machu Picchu

Snacks, power bars, chocolates, and dried fruits

Extra cash for souvenirs, beverages, and tips on the Inca Trail

Swimsuit (optional) for the hot springs in Machu Picchu Pueblo


PRICE OF “Short Inca Trail Hike 2 Days to Machu Picchu”

From March to January, the “short Inca Trail trek or Inca Trail 2 Days Hike to Machu Picchu” may depart on any day of the week as long as permits are available. Because of the wet season and upkeep, we do not do this trip in February.


The size of the group affects prices per person in USD; the larger the group, the cheaper the price per person.


The 2-day/1-night Short Inca Trail tour to Machu Picchu is planned as a small group travel service and bespoke private vacations, with full assistance from experienced private personnel. Please have a look at the options below, choose your trip date, and join us on one of our future incredible excursions.


*** GROUP SERVICE PRICE: $630 USD PER PERSON One night’s lodging in a lovely and comfortable three-star hotel in Aguas Calientes (based on double occupancy and triple occupancy for families or groups of friends) with private bathroom, hot shower, Wi-Fi, breakfast, and baggage storage while visiting Machu Picchu. If you want to stay in a single room, there is a $60 fee (prices vary per hotel). This trip may also be booked without a hotel for $60 less per person.


*** Our small group tours and treks include a minimum of two participants and a maximum of eight visitors. We simply need a minimum of two individuals to book! If your date does not coincide with any of the other set departures mentioned, we may arrange a new departure exclusively for you on whatever day you choose. If you have any concerns or would like to confirm availability over the phone, please contact us or call



650 USD per person for a group of 6–8 hikers

690 USD per person for a group of 3-5 hikers

The price for two hikers is 750 USD per person.

Why should I go private? If you choose “private,” no further users will be added to your group, regardless of size. Only You and Your Party on a Private Tour


Benefits of Booking This Trip as a Private Service


Date flexibility (you choose when to begin your adventure)

Stop whenever you want.

Take your time taking photos.

Take everything at your own speed.

Completely customizable.

ADDITIONAL Machu Picchu tickets

(Circuit #1 or #2) will cost $55 USD per person.

Upgrade to the Vistadome Train at the same times: 14:55 pm or 15:20 pm, 16:22 pm or 16:43 pm. The price is $70 USD.

Early trains may be requested, but they must be booked ahead of time.

The Huayna Picchu Mountain Hike is subject to availability and must be requested at the time of booking.

It’s now time to take a well-deserved break and put your feet up. Your journey may be done, but your heart will continue to pound as you reflect lovingly on your fantastic experience.