Machu Picchu Women’s Travel 5 Days – Experience Machu Picchu as never before with our women-only tour, diving into its incredible history and exploring its ancient ruins. Join us!
Machu Picchu Tours Only Women – Venture to South America towards Peru to the Cusco region for a spectacular tour and short walks dedicated only to women visiting the city of Cusco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, and the impressive Rainbow Mountain of snow-capped Ausangate
5 Days Women’s Trip to Machu Picchu – Journey through one of the world’s most splendid wonders on a memorable all-female trip to Machu Picchu! With expert guides, fun camaraderie among fellow travelers, and plenty of precious magical moments – your ladies-only adventure awaits!
Are you looking for a unique and empowering travel experience? Join our 5 Days women-only adventure tour to Machu Picchu! This unforgettable journey will take you through the stunning Andes mountains, where you’ll explore ancient Incan ruins and hike through breathtaking landscapes. Plus, you’ll be able to make new friends and create lasting memories with like-minded women.
Experience the magic of Machu Picchu with a group of like-minded women on our exclusive women’s tours. Our tours are designed to empower and inspire women while exploring the beauty and history of Peru. From hiking the Inca Trail to visiting local communities, our excursions offer a unique and authentic experience you won’t find anywhere else. Led by experienced female guides, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with like-minded women and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Discover the mysterious and gorgeous Inca citadel of Machu Picchu on an all-women tour. Enjoy breathtaking vistas, learn from a dedicated guide, and uncover inspiring sculptures from South America’s past.
At any time during the morning, arrive in Cusco by plane. Enjoy the Cusco City Tour, exploring four magnificent ruins in the afternoon.
Internally, via email, we request the flight schedules to carry out the transfer service from the Cusco airport to the Cusco hotel. Upon arrival in Cusco, go to the waiting room where our Kondor Path Tours team will be waiting for you with the KONDOR PATH TOURS sign.
At 1:30 p.m., we have the service of the guided tour of the Cusco City Tour tourist circuit, exploring the incredible ruins of Cusco. We start the guided tour with the temple of Sacsayhuaman; Sacsayhuaman has a tremendous megalithic construction worthy of being visited from end to end.
We continue the adventure towards the ruins of Qenqo, an Inca site where we can find semicircular plazas of incredible construction with underground passages to the ceremonial cave. Finally, we visit the Inca constructions of Puca Pucara and Tambomachay, as an outstanding construction is the Inca water source.
A light walks
15 to 25 minutes
Cusco: 3,350m (10,990 ft)
Sacsayhuaman: 3,500m (11,482 ft)
Tambomachay: 3,765m (12,352 ft)
Tour to the famous Sacred Valley of Cusco, overnight in Ollantaytambo
The Sacred Valley of the Incas circuit complements Machu Picchu because we visit incredible archaeological ruins such as Pisac and Ollantaytambo. At 9 in the morning, we begin the guided tour of the Sacred Valley! The first visit to develop is the South American camelid farm such as the llama, alpaca, huanaco, and vicuña in Awanakancha; there is the opportunity to feed them with alfalfa.
We continue the trip to reach the Taray viewpoint to have an incredible classic panoramic view of the Sacred Valley; then, we arrive at the ruins of Pisac. In Pisac, we have a short hike through the Inca agricultural terraces built into a mountain. We can also visit the central temples using one of the Inca trails from the Pisac ruins.
We also have about 30 minutes of free time at the Pisac Indian market to observe, buy souvenir items, or take colorful photos of all the Inca textiles. After exploring the traditional market of the colonial town of Pisac, we travel through the Sacred Valley to reach the Inca ruins of Ollantaytambo to visit the temple of the sun with the beautiful balcony of the Inca that has splendid views of the town of Ollantaytambo.
A light walks
15 to 35 minutes
Pisac Ruins: 3,650m (11,650 ft)
Ollantaytambo: 2,851m (9,353 ft)
Pisac Ruins: 3,650m (11,650 ft)
Light walk along the incredible Short Inca Trail, with overnight in Machu Picchu Pueblo.
From the Ollantaytambo train station, we have a short train ride to kilometer 104 of the railway, “1 hour and 30 minutes of travel.” At km 104, we go to the control of the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu to register and enter the network of Inca Trails. At approximately 09:00 a.m., we begin the walk to Wiñaywayna; the first three hours are up the mountain on the beautiful short version of the Inca Trail.
Explore the fascinating ruins of Wiñaywayna, then continue trekking through the Andes. The path is semi-flat with some steps until you reach the ruins of Inti Punko or Puerta del Sol. The first views of Machu Picchu surprise every explorer due to its scenic landscapes, Inca ruins, incredible panoramas, mountain ranges, etc.
From the viewpoint of the Inca watchman’s house near the Machu Picchu ruins, enjoy the classic views of Machu Picchu in all its splendor. After the photographic session, we left Machu Picchu to board the bus service to go to Machu Picchu Pueblo to our respective hotels.
The tour starts at 06:50 a.m.
The start of the walk: Km 104 of the railway 2,250mt/7,240ft
Total walking distance: 11 km (6.14 mi)
Walking time: 05 hours
Maximum elevation “Inti Punku – The Sun Gate”: 2700mt /8540 ft
Hike Difficulty: Moderate – Challenging – Easy
Meals: Lunch “Box lunch.”
Bus service from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes: 01 bus ticket
Machu Picchu Pueblo Overnight
11km (6.1 miles)
KM 104: 2,000m (6,560 ft)
Machu Picchu Ruins: 2,400m (7,874 ft)
Inti Pinku: 2,720m (8,920 ft)
Guided visit to the enigmatic ruins of Machu Picchu for 2 hours – return to Cusco by train and vehicle via Ollantaytambo.
The female guide who follows the tour package to Machu Picchu, with the most outstanding sites of the land of the Incas, goes to the Hotel of the group of traveling women to go together to the bus station to travel to the Inca ruins of Macchu Pichu.
The guided visit to Machu Picchu takes about 2 hours to visit circuit number 5, exclusive for the Inca Trail walkers; after the guided tour, there is no free time in Machu Picchu due to the new regulations of the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu! If the travelers require more time in Machu Picchu, write to us to send you the quote for a second entrance ticket to Machu Picchu or Huayna Picchu.
In the afternoon, we board the train service that goes to the Ollantaytambo train station; once we arrive in Ollantaytambo, we go to the Hotel to collect the principal suitcases, and then, we travel back to Cusco in our private vehicle “for 1 hour and 40 minutes trip”.
Train company: INCA RAIL
Service: MACHU PICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO (1 hour and 40 minutes of train ride).
Class: The Voyager 44
At Station: 14:00 – Otherwise, you may not be allowed to board.
Ollantaytambo arrival: 16:04
Cusco arrival by transport: 17:50
A light walk
2-hour guided tour
Machu Picchu Pueblo: 2,065m (6,774 ft)
Machu Picchu Ruins: 2,400m (7,874 ft)
Cusco: 3,350m (10,990 ft)
Colorfully explore the Rainbow Mountains south of Cusco, conquer the top, and enjoy the best panoramic views.
We travel southeast of Cusco for about 3 hours until the beginning of the adventure (Llactoc area). The beautiful hike to the top of Rainbow Mountain takes about 70 minutes one way and about 30 minutes back. Enjoy the enchanting panoramic views of the rainbow mountain in all its splendor, its colorful mountain ranges, the two high Andean valleys, and the spectacular view of the Ausangate glacier.
Upon returning from the excursion, we will leave the group of visitors at the Cusco airport facilities for their night flight. Unless you plan to stay a few more days in Cusco, we will gladly provide the transfer service at the time and date indicated by the group of visitors.
Pick up and the start of the land trip: At 5:00 hrs.
Travel distance: 3 hours between Cusco to Llaqtoc “start of the trek”
Hike start elevation: Llaqtoc 4,900 meters / 16,076 feet.
Total walking time: 70 minutes one way and 30 minutes back
Walking distance: 7 km/ 4.3 miles
Pass Elevation: 5,100 meters / 16,732 feet.
Hike Difficulty: Challenging “one-way walk” – Moderate to easy “return.”
Return time to Cusco: 15:30 hrs. and 17:00 hrs.
NOTE: We recommend arranging your flight between 7:30 pm and 10:30 pm so you can fully enjoy the rainbow mountain hike during the day, and at night, you can fly to Lima from Cusco or another destination.
Cusco Out – Thank you for coming to the Inca Lands.
7km (4.3 miles)
Llactoq: 4,900m (16,076 ft)
Llactoq: 4,900m (16,076 ft)
Rainbow Pass: 5,100m (16,732 ft)
Active itinerary with unique landscape and cultural experiences
Local guide (s) with command of the English language
Private transport service for excursions and transfers
1st. Day: Cusco
2nd. Day: Sacred Valley
3rd. Day: Premium Inca Trail
4th. Day: Machu Picchu
5th. Day: Rainbow Mountain
All local Peruvian taxes
On this exclusive women-only tour, uncover the mystical and ancient Incan capital of Machu Picchu. Explore the past while trekking through unique valleys and cultural sites. Experience history!
Machu Picchu’s nearby town, Aguas Caliente (Hot Water), has come a long. It is slowly taking on the tourist feel of Cuzco, with numerous hotels, restaurants, and craft shops. It can only be reached by rail. Therefore, much of the town revolves around the rail line running through its center. Many will come for the day, and the rest come for one night before returning to Cuzco the next morning or afternoon. Prices tend to be higher here than elsewhere, and there is little to do besides enjoy the many tourist restaurants and shops. The heat and humidity are more intense here than in Cuzco or elsewhere, as the town and ruins sit in an upper Amazon cloud forest. Many return to Machu Picchu sunburned, so be sure to carry sunscreen.
Most tourist amenities, such as Internet cafés, a small medical center, and a police station, are available within a few minutes. There are ATMs now, but most places accept credit cards and traveler’s checks, which can be exchanged for money at hotels and tour offices.
To get to Machu Picchu from Aguas Caliente, you have two options: taking a bus or walking the steep 8-km/4.8-mile road to the top of the ancient citadel. Buses run from town to the entrance of Machu Picchu every few minutes from 6 a.m. until the evening and cost $12.00 each way. They leave and return when complete. You can buy tickets from the office at Río Urubamba Bridge. There will likely be people and buses lined up at the spot.
Machu Picchu Women’s Tours 5 Days – There are only two attractions worth mentioning in town: the thermal baths and a short hike. The Hotspring of Aguas Caliente is set up like a swimming pool. A hot, steaming swimming pool. The collection is on Av: Pachacutec, about 15 minutes from the town’s small Plaza, Plaza Manco Capac. If you hiked here for several days, the thermal bath would do wonders for your muscles and that revolting smell coming off you. Open 5 am-8:30 pm—admission 20 soles. Although most people are too tired from getting to Aguas Caliente to even think of hiking anywhere, some retain enough energy to climb the sacred mountain of Putukusi.
Women Only Tours Machu Picchu – The top of the mountain has unparalleled views of Machu Picchu. You must go to the railroad just out of town to get there. At the sign that says Km 111, a trail of stone steps leads up the mountain for about two hours. The climb down takes half that time.
Aguas Caliente is flourishing in selling crafts, though prices are higher than in Cuzco or elsewhere. But it is a town where you often have time to buy great items. Vendors are everywhere; the largest handicraft market is before the train station entrance.
Machu Picchu Women’s Tours 5 Days – Machu Picchu is stunning and breathtakingly gorgeous. The ancient city is so remote, so high up, and surrounded by mountains as beautiful as it is. It is a dream-like setting if there ever was one.
Machu Picchu, Peru, is the most popular on the continent and the driving force in tourism to Peru. But it is getting overwhelmed with visitors now. Tourism here increases every year. You must book hotels, trains, and tours earlier during the high season. The site is very crowded from May to September, with thousands of people visiting it daily. By around noon, most are there at the same time. Restrictions are necessary if Machu Picchu wants to remain for years to come.
Women Only Tours Machu Picchu – Huayna Picchu, which means “Young Mountain” in Quechua, is the peak that looms over the ruins. What can climb it via a steep stone-paved trail? The climb gives bragging rights to those who complete it. The record is 17. The average times range from about 55 minutes. The view at the top is incredible, and you can see the entire site and excellent views of the mountains and valleys surrounding you. Several buildings and terraces are being restored. The path getting there is steep and, at some points, very narrow; passing someone coming down can be tricky.
Machu Picchu Women’s Tours 5 Days – The Moon Temple can be reached up or down from Huayna Picchu, although few make the trip. Some exciting stonework consists of a carved altar, throne, and other caverns and niches with little to do with lunar observation. The Journey takes about an hour each way.
A women’s Machu Picchu tour is designed specifically for female travelers who want to experience the ancient ruins and natural beauty of Machu Picchu in a safe and supportive environment.
Women’s Machu Picchu tours offer a unique opportunity to connect with other female travelers and share the experience of exploring one of the world’s most iconic destinations.
Activities may include hiking, guided tours of Machu Picchu and other archaeological sites, cultural experiences, and opportunities for relaxation and self-care.
Machu Picchu is generally considered safe for women travelers, but it is always essential to take appropriate precautions and travel with a reputable tour operator.
You will want to pack comfortable and breathable clothing suitable for hiking and exploring, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a reusable water bottle.
The best time to visit Machu Picchu is during the dry season, which runs from May to September.
Women’s Machu Picchu tours can vary in length, but most last between 7 and 10 days.
The cost of a women’s Machu Picchu tour can vary depending on the operator but generally ranges from $1,619 to $729.
Group sizes can vary, but most women’s Machu Picchu tours have between 8 and 12 participants.
Many tour operators offer the option to customize a women’s Machu Picchu tour to fit your specific interests and travel style.
Accommodations vary, but most women’s Machu Picchu tours offer comfortable, clean hotels or lodges.
Women’s Machu Picchu tours can involve some physical activity, including hiking and walking on uneven terrain, but most excursions are designed for travelers of all fitness levels.
Spanish language skills are not required to participate in a women’s Machu Picchu tour, as most tour operators provide English-speaking guides.
Cancellation policies can vary depending on the tour operator, so reviewing the terms and conditions before booking is essential.
To choose a reputable women’s Machu Picchu tour operator, you can read reviews online, ask for recommendations from friends and family, and check for accreditations from industry organizations.
Season 2023 – 2024
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Women Only Tours Machu Picchu – Uncover the history and mystery of Machu Picchu on this exclusive female-guided tour. Discover an ancient world with knowledgeable guides and enjoy stunning views, culture, and nature.
Discover the unforgettable beauty of Machu Picchu on an exclusive all-women’s tour! Enjoy the Journey to one of Peru’s iconic landmarks and create lifelong memories with other strong, adventure-loving women.
PERU TRAINS By PeruRail / PER PERSON
+$90. Vistadome train (round trip: OLLANTAYTAMBO – MACHUPICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO)
+$498.00 Hiram Bingham train (Inbound Journey: Train MACHUPICCHU – POROY)
+$75 Huayna Picchu
+$60 RE-ENTRY TO MACHU PICCHU
For Machu Picchu Fee
Machu Picchu Women’s Tours: College and students $40 off.
For an unforgettable journey, join us on a Machu Picchu Women-Only Tour. Immerse yourself in Inca culture and feel the legacy of this stunning Peruvian landmark.
Machu Picchu Women’s Tours 5 Days – Take time out of your day to explore Machu Picchu and discover its hidden beauty – exclusively for women! Join a tour specially designed for them, making it a unique experience on your trip.
Enjoy the beauty and majesty of Machu Picchu with a unique, all-women tour! Give yourself a chance to explore the historical ruins and challenge yourself in the mountains.