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Choquequirao & Vilcabamba




12D/11N




Prices from: USD 1350.00 per person

Itineray 12D/11N

L: LUNCH, HH: HAPPY HOUR, D: DINNER, B: BREAKFAST.

Overview
DURATION 12 days and 11 nights
SEASON From January to December except February for maintenance
DEPARTURES Daily
RETURN Back Packer Train

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Itinerary

Day 1: CUSCO - CACHORA -ROSALINA BEACH (L) (D)

We will depart from Cusco at 5am. by bus, arriving at the town of Cachora at approximately 8am. where we have a walk and arrange the teams right here in horses and mules. From this place we can observe the 5.482 Padreyoq majestic snow peak meters. the walk on this first day is 21.50 km 3 hours from the viewpoint Cachora Capuliyoq and 4 hours down to the camp 1580 meters.

Day 2: ROSALINA BEACH ? CHOQUEQUIRAO (B) (L) (D)

At 6am. After breakfast we continue with the walk up to Choquequirao. We arrive to the archaeological complex of Choquequirao after 6 pm in good weather to enjoy this majestic place, we see the remains excavated houses, terraces, and other parts of the Inca people. Depending climate we observe the flight of the condors.

Days 3: CHOQUEQUIRAO ? MAIZAL (B) (L) (D)

After breakfast we have plenty of time to enjoy the majestic archaeological place, we will continue with our trekk gradually ascending, with all equipment going to our next camp by mule. We follow the old water canal for a while before we start the 3 hours walk to the Pinchinuyoc archaeological sites found in 1998. First we walk through cloud forest, but then all becomes steep open prairie with open views of the Mountains and valleys. Pinchinoyoc - We see that these archaeological sites are something very special. All of a sudden they appear in the cloud forest, almost invisible because of the thick layer of mosses and other vegetation that covers it .Our campsite (rio blancoWe leave at 7:00 am. Cornfield in the direction of uphill on the path to the passage of CHOQUEQUIRAO 3,300 masl and where we will have breathtaking views of the Apurimac canyon descend into Pinchiunuyoq inmediatemante small archaeological complex and the White River for lunch in the afternoon we went for 3 hours until Cornfield).

Days 4: MAIZAL - YANAMA (B) (L) (D)

We left camp at 7:00 am tto start walking uphill for 4 hours to the pass of Yanama Pass (4,500 msnm). We will have stunning views of the Salkantay snow peak. take a break after falling to the community of community Yanama (3,400 msnm). camp here.

Days 5: YANAMA ? INCA MACHAY (B) (L) (D)

We leave camp at 7:00 am to begin a steep climb to the pass of Choquetacarpo (4.720 msnm), tel highest point of this excursion in the way we will see cloud forests bear eating bamboo. From the pass we will see the Vilcabamba district and other mountains, then descend to camp.

Days 6: INCA MACHAY ? HUANCACALLE (B) (L) (D)

We leave at 8:00 am all downhill until you reach Huancacalle, on the road will descend through different ecological levels and see groups of people working their farms of potatoes, corn and other products. Camping in Huancacalle.

Days 7: HUANCACALLE ? VILCABAMBA OLD (B) (L) (D)

After breakfast visit the archaeological complex of Rosaspata, Vitko and Hispanic Ñusta three hours after lunch.

Depart in the direction of Vilcabamba at 1:00 pm. in the way we will see clusters of houses, flora, fauna, flora, birds, small wildlife and spectacular views, after 4 hours of walking we arrive at our campsite.

Days 8: VILCABAMBA OLD ? OTUTO (B) (L) (D)

We desperatremos at 7:00 am and after breakfast we left Otuto, this day ascend to the passage of Qollpaqasa from where you Concevidayoq Valley after step Otuto descend to camp.

Days 9: OTUTO ? VISTA ALEGRE (B) (L) (D)

The recirrido is downhill and appreciate the cloud forest vegetation will notice the change of warm temperate climate and see the river Concevidayoq, we will have lunch on the riverbank after resting we continued to Vista Alegre, where we camp.

Days 10: VISTA ALEGRE - CONCEVIDAYOQ (B) (L) (D)

After breakfast we enter the valley Concevidayoq quite hot.
We arrived at Q'asa Cross, a favorite.
Appreciate the abundant flora and fauna, small birds like the cock of the rocks. Arrive at Tunkimayu, so we headed to our camp in Concebidayoq.

Days 11: CONCEVIDAYOQ ? ESPIRITU PAMPA ? CHUANQUIRY (B) (L) (D)

This day we got up at 5am. Concevidayoq to leave and two hours later we arrived at Espiritu Pampa is located at the top of the forest is our last hike, the climate is tropical and humid in this valley, then visited the last refuge of the Inca Manco Inca or Manco II Flora and Fauna.

Chuanquibamos arrived at our camp.

Days 12: CHUANQUIRY ? KITENY ? QUILLABAMBA ? CUSCO (B) (L) (D)

This day our journey is by bus on the way to the city of Kiteni, will travel high above the Urubamba River Quillabamba 6 hours then took another bus to Cusco.

Departures and Arrivals are approximate times.

 

Important note:


Campsite allocations are subject to change depending on availability provided by the National Institute of Culture (government office in charge of
the Inca Trail).

What is included?

What is not included?

What you should need to bring

  • Original passport and (ISIC student card if applicable)
  • A Daypack (for your personal porters we provide a duffle bag)
  • Warm sleeping bag Minus 8ºC
  • Lighter style trekking boots with good ankle support
  • Trekking poles: metal tips are not allowed on the trail
  • Warm clothes,layers for variable temperature especially at night
  • Thermal underwear can be worn in the sleeping bag or in cold conditions
  • Gloves or mittens, scarf , wool socks, woolen hat for cold nights
  • T-shirts and trekking pants that zipoff to short pants for comfort
  • Flash light, head torch and extra batteries
  • Camera and extra batteries
  • Binoculars
  • Wear a hat with a broad visor to keep the sun off your face
  • Sunscreen, and sunglasses
  • Personal medical kit, insect repellent
  • Rain Gear: a good rain jacket, rain poncho
  • Toiletries, toilet paper, small towel
  • 2 litre water bottle, disposable plastic bottles are forbidden in Machupicchu site
  • Water purifying tablets optional, since we provide boiled water
  • Bathing clothes for the hot springs for hikers with an extra night in Aguas Calientes (5 Day Special Inca Trail)
  • Extra money for drinks & tips, souvenirs etc in soles
  • Emergency money at least 200-300 extra soles
  • If you don`t have sleeping bags, rain ponchos, trekking poles, water bottle, etc you can rent/buy them from SAS Travel at the office at your check-in 2 days before the trek departure.

 

Prices per Person 100% inc. Tour + Hotel

 

Services Transport Accomodation (Category) Price per Traveler US$
Options Train Aguas Calientes Single Double Triple
Tourist Class Expedition Machu Pichu Hotel / Presidente (**) 360 350 340
Business Class Vistadome Inti Wiñaywayna / Santuario (***) 430 385 375
First Class Vistadome Machupicchu Inn / Hatuchay Tower (****) 1296 820 800
Deluxe Hiram Bingham Inkaterra / Sumaq (*****) 2065 1610 1550
If the option chosen is sold out, we will book another one of the same category, price, and service previous customer's approval.
 

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