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2 Day Inca Trail Hike

2 Day Inca Trail Hike

Price from: $ 323.00 USD (See: Pricing)
2 Day Inca Trail Hike
Tour Type
Scenic Walking Tours
2 Day Inca Trail Hike
Maximun Altitude
2,715m (8,907 ft.)
2 Day Inca Trail Hike
Physical Level
Moderately Strenuous
2 Day Inca Trail Hike
Recommended Season
March to December

2 Day Inca Trail Hike

Price from: $ 323.00 USD (See: Pricing)

We encourage you to reserve your spot in advance to ensure your epic trek through the Andes. The two-day Inca Trail is a suggested trek option to Machu Picchu.

Tour Plan: Cusco | Ollantaytambo | Km 104 | Chachabamba | Wiñaywayna | Machu Picchu Ruins

Short Inca Trail 2 Days

The 2 Day Inca Trail Hike is an incredible way to explore the ruins of Machu Picchu. On this two-day trek, you’ll take a scenic journey through ancient Inca sites, indigenous villages, and unfolding mountain scenery. You’ll wander among hundreds of stone steps and terraces, marveling at the achievements of the ancient Inca culture. Along the way, you’ll explore local culture and visit stunning archaeological sites like Llactapata and Wiñaywayna before finally reaching your destination—the majestic ancient city of Machu Picchu!

Experience the wonders of South America’s mystical past with our 2 Day Machu Picchu Hike—an incredible hike with awe-inspiring views and a memorable adventure. You’ll also get to appreciate stunning views of Machu Picchu from atop either Huayna Picchu or Sun Gate as you finish your unforgettable experience! Happy trails! Door-to-door service.

The Machu Picchu 2 Day Hike is a remarkable journey that allows you to experience the magic of the Inca civilization and the breathtaking beauty of Peru’s natural landscapes in just two days.


2 Day Inca Trail Hike Overview

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Our Short Inca Trail Trek passes by incredible Inca ruins with native exotic birds like the Andean guan, swans, giant hummingbirds, and lovely Andean flora. We can also spot a variety of wild orchids and bromeliads on our way through forests. In the vicinity of the Wiñaywayna ruin, we have our box lunch before heading to the Machu Picchu viewpoint.

NOTE on the panoramic view of Machu Picchu

On Day 1, after the spectacular Short Inca Trail Trek, we will have the classic panoramic view of Machu Picchu from the Inca guardian’s house for about 15 minutes.

On Day 2, we cannot return to the viewpoint of the Inca guardian’s house! The guided tour takes you through the central part of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.

2 Day Inca Trail Hike Permit 

Permits and Regulations: The 2 Day Inca Trail Tour is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, and limited tickets are issued daily. Plan and obtain licenses through the KONDOR PATH TOURS tour operator to secure your spot. Abiding by the regulations helps protect this historic trail for future generations.

Aug. 2024: AVAILABLE
Aug. 2025: AVAILABLE


Short Inca Trail 2 Days QUICK DESCRIPTION

DAY 1: Cusco – Ollantaytambo: 2-Day Short Inca Trail from km 104

First, we have a private transfer service from Cusco to Ollantaytambo Train Station.

Train service information: Outbound Journey

  • Train company: PERU RAIL
  • Class: EXPEDITION 83
  • Departure: 07:45
  • At Station: 07:15
  • KM 104 Arrival: 08:55

Explore three Inca sites:

  • Chachabamba
  • Wiñaywayna
  • Inti Punku

Hiking Data:

  • Hiking distance: 11 km (6.14 miles).
  • Beginning altitude: 2.250 m/7,240 ft (Km 104)
  • Maximum altitude: Inti Punku or the famous Sun Gate (2700 m/8540 ft)
  • Physical grading: Moderate to Challenging
  • Hiking hours: 05-hour
  • Hike difficulty: moderate-easy.
  • Meals: Box lunch.
  • 01 bus ticket.


Day 2: Explore and visit Machu Picchu for two hours in the morning

The recommended time to visit Machu Picchu should be 6:00, 7:00, 08:00, and 09:00 to board your train service at the appropriate time.

  • At 8:00, a 2-hour guided tour inside Machu Picchu PM: Train return to Ollantaytambo and Cusco.

Train service information: Inbound Journey

  • Train company: PERU RAIL
  • Service: MACHU PICCHU-OLLANTAYTAMBO (1 hour and 40 minutes of train ride).
  • Class: EXPEDITION 74
  • Departure: 14:55
  • At Station: 14:25
  • Ollantaytambo arrival: 16:31
  • Cusco arrival by transport: 18:20

Meet at the train arrivals area at the Ollantaytambo train station—visitor group name: 2 Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu—private return transfer service to Cusco.

2 Day Machu Picchu Hike HIGHLIGHTS

  • Conquer Machu Picchu on a two-day hike of the Inca Trail! Our journey begins with an introduction to Peru’s unique culture and breathtaking countryside before ascending heart-pumping trails and finally reaching Machu Picchu.
  • Discover the magic of Machu Picchu with our 2 Day Hike to Machu Picchu. Experience breathtaking views and ancient ruins on this unforgettable adventure.


Machu Picchu 2 Day Hike Itinerary

The short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is an adventure of a lifetime. Along the way, you will experience breathtaking views of the Andes Mountains and pass by ancient Inca ruins. The tour’s highlight is the visit to Machu Picchu, where you can explore the ancient Inca sites and learn about their fascinating history.


The Adventure Begins

Cusco to KM 104: The Expedition Commences

Our journey begins at 5:10 in the historic city of Cusco, which served as the Inca Empire’s first capital. After a revitalizing breakfast, we board a picturesque train to Kilometer 104, where the adventure starts. The trail begins with a visit to the magnificent historical site of Chachabamba, an Inca archaeological site.

Chachabamba to Wiñay Wayna: Nature’s Magnificence

The trail opens up breathtaking views of the Andean landscape as we continue to hike. We are in awe of Mother Nature’s beauty as we walk through lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and vibrant orchids. Our journey brings us to WiñayWayna, a magnificent ancient Incan site with terraces and ceremonial baths that enchant us with their grandeur.

Wiñay Wayna to Machu Picchu: The Climactic Arrival

We move toward Inti Punku, known as the “Sun Gate,” as our expedition nears its climax. The citadel of Machu Picchu unfolds before our eyes like a dream as we pass through this fabled entrance. We are surrounded by mysterious stone constructions, sun-drenched terraces, and a sense of mystical awe, all of which remind us of how brilliant the Inca architecture was.

Arriving at Machu Picchu

Descend from Inti Punku to Machu Picchu itself. As you enter the citadel, the magnificence of this Inca marvel will leave you in awe. Investigate the numerous temples, terraces, and historical relics while discovering the mysteries surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site.


At 05:10, our Inca Trail 2 Days 1 Night adventure commences in the picturesque town of Ollantaytambo. From here, a scenic train ride will take you to Kilometer 104, the starting point of your trek. The first day’s hike is relatively gentle, allowing you to soak in the stunning landscapes and ease into your adventure.


Box Lunch

Physical Level

2, Moderate

Walking Distance

11km (6.14 miles)

Hiking Time

5 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

KM 104: 2,000m (6,560 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Machu Picchu Ruins: 2,400m (7,874 ft)

Highest Altitude

Inti Pinku: 2,720m (8,920 ft)


The Climax - Machu Picchu

Exploring Machu Picchu: Immersing in Ancient Mysteries

With the first light of dawn, we delve into the heart of Machu Picchu as the morning mist shrouds the citadel in an ethereal aura. Our knowledgeable guides reveal the mysteries of this fantastic site, its likely purposes, and the mysterious culture that once predominated here. Every step unfolds the tapestry of history, from the Temple of the Sun to the Room of the Three Windows.

Guided Tour of Machu Picchu

Learn about the incredible engineering and cultural accomplishments of the Incas as you unlock the mysteries of this architectural wonder. Don’t forget to take pictures of the famous sights from all sides.

Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain Hike

Consider climbing Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain if you’re feeling brave. These strenuous hikes provide unrivaled vistas and a distinct viewpoint of the historic ruins below.


We will travel to Machu Picchu by bus in the morning, where we will have our two-hour guided tour, giving us enough time to see the entire Inca citadel.

We will board the train late in the afternoon to head back to Ollantaytambo. After picking up the walkers from Ollantaytambo, we drive them to their hotels in Cusco in a private Kondor Path Tours vehicle.

Regulations of the 2 Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
  • Travelers can re-enter Machupicchu for the second time with a new ticket
  • It is necessary to purchase a new key for Huayna Picchu in addition to Machu Picchu.
    • At 7:00 a.m., the first group begins their hike
    • At ten in the morning, the second group begins their hike
  • Prices for 2024 are subject to the provisions of the Inca Trail network “INC Peru and Sernanp.”
  • The start date of the Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is the start date of the activities; there are no changes to the dates, and the spaces are not transferable.
  • Please don’t feed the 450 different bird species in the historic sanctuary.
  • The new regulation is that the tour guides can only enter the archaeological group three times daily.
Short Inca Trail recommendations:
  • For groups of 9 to 16 people, there are two professional guides.
  • There is no water service on the adventure trail; bring extra water, like four small bottles of 700 milliliters.
  • Bus service.
  • The Short Inca Trail tour starts at 5:15 a.m. from Cusco or Ollantaytambo.


Physical Level

1, Easy

Walking Distance

A light walk

Hiking Time

2-hour guided tour

Starting Altitude

Machu Picchu Pueblo: 2,065m (6,774 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Machu Picchu Ruins: 2,400m (7,874 ft)

Highest Altitude

Cusco: 3,350m (10,990 ft)


The Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Includes 

  • Personalized tours
  • Active itinerary with unique cultural features.
  • Excellent English-speaking tour guide.
  • Day One: 2 Day Machu Picchu Hike
    • Pickup from your hotel is at 5:15. Private transport to Ollantaytambo to the Train Station (the trip lasts 1 hour and 40 minutes)
    • Peru Rail Train from Ollantaytambo to  KM 104
      • Outbound Journey: Class: Expedition 83, the guide travels on the same train as the visitors.
    • Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu Sanctuary
    • Admission fee to the Inka Trail by SERNANP, “National Service of Natural Protected Areas”
    • Our tour guides carry the first aid kit for our group of explorers for any eventuality.”
    • Box lunch per client + guide: “Clients load their box lunch.”
      • Note: Hikers will carry their belongings along the Short Inca Trail Hike; “it is recommended to take what is necessary.”
    • Bus ticket from the Machu Picchu site to Aguas Calientes (one-way)
  • Day Two: Machu Picchu
    • Round-trip bus ticket Machupicchu Pueblo, Machu Picchu Ruins, and Machupicchu Pueblo
    • At 08:00, entrance tickets to MACHU PICCHU via CIRCUIT 5 “Short Inca Trail Tickets” are valid exclusively for the printed date, route, and time. The entrance ticket is personal and non-transferable.
    • 2 hours of a guided tour in Machu Picchu
    • NOTE: THERE IS NO FREE TIME, according to the new regulations of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary since 2015. If travelers require more hours, they must buy a new ticket.
    • Customers train from Machu Picchu to Ollantaytambo by Peru Rail
      • Inbound Journey: Class: Expedition (Expedition 74, 34)
    • Private transport service from Ollantaytambo station to Cusco
    • All local taxes.

2 Day Hike to Machu Picchu, EXCLUSION SERVICE

  • Cusco, Ollantaytambo, or Aguas Calientes Hotels
  • Breakfast and dinner on the first day, lunch on the second day
  • Other services that are not described in the itinerary
  • Insurance of any kind.
  • Excess baggage charges: Train Advice: Luggage Policies and Identity Requirements by Inca Rail and Peru Rail changed their policies regarding luggage: 1 bag or backpack must not exceed 05 kg/11 pounds or 62 inches/157 cm (length + height + width). You can leave your main luggage at your hotel. The train service will require each passenger boarding a train to submit their train ticket and original passport. Without this, the passenger cannot board the train for their safety.
  • Tip for your guide(s) and driver


  1. Original passport!
  2. A backpack that can hold all your belongings, preferably with a belt for more comfort on short hikes and explorations
  3. A rain cover for your backpack is a must, especially when traveling in the rainy season, to keep your clothes and personal items from getting wet.
  4. Pack enough padlocks for each double zipper to keep your hands from running around and lock your essentials, even in your hotel room.
  5. Bottle of water. Plastic disposal is a real issue, so we recommend buying large bottles and transferring the water to a reusable bottle. Plastic bottles are forbidden in Machu Picchu.
  6. A good pair of walking or hiking shoes, steps, and uneven cobblestone surfaces abound, and stones can become slippery in the rain.
  7. Rainstorm poncho. Time changes very fast here. An ideal solution is to carry a good-quality Poncho in your backpack, especially during the December/March rainy season.
  8. A warm jacket. Nights and mornings can get quite cold, especially between June and September, so an excellent waterproof and windproof jacket is ideal.
  9. Another good option is to wear a warm fleece under a lightweight, waterproof, windproof jacket.
  10. Bring clothes that you can layer. Cool mornings mean you must pack before heading out; however, you may want to take your t-shirt and shorts off before 11:00. It is excellent for warm layers and pants that unzip into shorts. You only need to change a few clothes because you can wash them cheaply anywhere.
  11. Good sunscreen and a sun hat are recommended; due to Peru’s high altitude and proximity to the equator, regular sunscreen is recommended to avoid unpleasant sunburns. Beware; even if it’s cloudy here, you’ll get burned badly.
  12. Insect protection, especially for this outdoor trip
  13. Small first aid kits: In Cusco and other small towns, there are pharmacies where you can buy basic first aid and medical supplies “for superficial cuts, bruises, and upset stomachs.” However, please bring enough prescription medicines, as some brands and types of drugs may not be available in Peru. A good rule of thumb is to carry enough prescription medication to cover your travel time, plus an extra week if you delay.
  14. Use earplugs when you’re stuck in a noisy room or want to sleep on a bus or plane.
  15. Pack your toiletries in a zippered bag. The altitude can cause shampoo and other bottles to burst, leaving a mess in your bag. Keep all toiletries in airtight bags to avoid unnecessary clutter.
  16. A camera with lots of memory and a battery takes all the great photos you want!
  17. Cash in local currency to purchase items.

Travel Guide

Short Inca Trail Trek Frequently Asked Questions

The Short Inca Trail is favored for its condensed yet captivating route, allowing trekkers to experience the beauty of the Inca Trail and reach Machu Picchu in just two days.

The Short Inca Trail is a condensed version of the Classic Inca Trail, spanning 2 days instead of 4. It offers a quicker yet equally scenic route to the iconic Machu Picchu, making it ideal for those with time constraints or limited trekking experience.

The Short Inca Trail takes trekkers through breathtaking landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and ancient Incan ruins. Highlights include the impressive archaeological site of Wiñay Wayna and the stunning Sun Gate with panoramic views of Machu Picchu.

The 2-day Inca Trail is moderately challenging, making it accessible to various fitness levels, including beginners. Its shorter duration caters to those with time constraints or seeking a less strenuous trek.

Secure your permits through licensed tour operators who manage the reservation process, ensuring a hassle-free experience on this sought-after trek.

Yes, permits are required for the Short Inca Trail and are limited to protecting the environment. Tickets can be obtained through licensed tour operators facilitating the reservation process, including securing your entrance to Machu Picchu.

The best time to embark on the Short Inca Trail is during the dry season, typically from April to October. During these months, you can enjoy more stable weather conditions and clearer views of the surrounding landscapes.

The culmination of the Short Inca Trail is the awe-inspiring arrival at Machu Picchu. Trekkers enter through the Sun Gate, witnessing the ancient city unfold before them as the first rays of sunlight illuminate this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Accommodations on the Short Inca Trail typically include comfortable campsites with basic amenities. Trekkers should be prepared for rustic conditions, embracing the immersive experience of being surrounded by nature.

Knowledgeable guides provide cultural and historical insights along the Short Inca Trail, sharing stories about the ancient Incan civilization, the significance of the sites visited, and the history of Machu Picchu. Trekkers gain a deeper understanding of the cultural richness of the region.

Guided tours are commonly available for the 2-day Inca Trail, providing travelers with knowledgeable guides who share historical insights and cultural context and ensure a smooth and enriching experience.

The difficulty level of the Short Inca Trail can be considered moderate. The trek involves ascending and descending stone steps, navigating through varying terrains such as lush forests, and reaching altitudes that may challenge some individuals. Inti Punku, the Sun Gate, which stands at approximately 2,720 meters (8,923 feet) above sea level, is the highest point on the Short Inca Trail.

While the Short Inca Trail is less demanding than the more prolonged and strenuous Classic Inca Trail, it still requires a reasonable fitness level. Trekkers should be prepared for some uphill and downhill sections, and acclimatization to the altitude is essential to minimize the risk of altitude-related issues.

It’s advisable for participants to engage in physical preparation before the trek and to take their time during the journey, allowing for breaks and adjustments to the altitude. Additionally, being in good health and having a positive mindset contribute to a more enjoyable experience on the Short Inca Trail.

The Short Inca Trail is a condensed version of the classic Inca Trail, and it typically spans approximately 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). The trek usually takes two days, making it a shorter alternative to the four-day Classic Inca Trail.

The starting point of the Short Inca Trail is often at a place called Kilometer 104 along the railway from Cusco to Aguas Calientes. From there, trekkers embark on a journey that includes hiking through diverse landscapes, exploring Incan ruins like Wiñay Wayna, and culminating in the breathtaking arrival at Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate (Inti Punku).

While shorter, the Short Inca Trail still provides a fulfilling and memorable experience, offering a taste of the Inca Trail’s beauty and the spectacular Machu Picchu.

Whether the Short Inca Trail is worth it depends on individual preferences, time constraints, and physical capabilities. Here are some factors to consider:

Limited Time: If you have limited time in Peru and want to experience the beauty of the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu but cannot commit to the longer trek, the Short Inca Trail is a valuable option. It lets you witness stunning landscapes and reach Machu Picchu in two days.

Physical Ability: The Short Inca Trail is less physically demanding than the Classic Inca Trail, making it accessible to a broader range of hikers. The Short Inca Trail might be a better fit if you prefer a moderately challenging trek without the total exertion of a more extended journey.

Highlights and Scenery: The Short Inca Trail includes vital highlights such as the impressive Wiñay Wayna ruins and the iconic Sun Gate with panoramic views of Machu Picchu. The Short Inca Trail is worthwhile if you want to experience these highlights in a shorter timeframe.

Cultural Experience: The trek allows you to immerse yourself in Incan history and culture, with knowledgeable guides sharing insights. If you value cultural experiences and historical significance, the Short Inca Trail offers a rich and condensed exploration.

Machu Picchu Arrival: The Short Inca Trail culminates in the arrival at Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate, providing a unique and dramatic entrance to the ancient citadel. If the anticipation and approach to Machu Picchu are essential aspects of your journey, the Short Inca Trail enhances this experience.

However, suppose you have the time and physical ability. Some may argue that the longer Classic Inca Trail offers a more immersive and complete experience, allowing for a deeper connection with the landscapes and a greater sense of accomplishment.

The 2-day trek combines cultural immersion with breathtaking landscapes, allowing you to absorb the rich history of the Incas while enjoying a condensed yet fulfilling journey to Machu Picchu.

The 2-day Inca Trail balances time efficiency and a fulfilling trekking experience, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a shorter yet rewarding journey to Machu Picchu.

The short Inca Trail tour is a two-day trek to Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Peru. It offers a condensed version of the traditional Inca Trail, allowing visitors to experience the breathtaking landscapes and ancient ruins in a shorter timeframe.

Yes, the short Inca Trail concludes at Machu Picchu. After arriving at the Sun Gate, you’ll descend to the citadel and have the opportunity to explore the site with a guided tour.

Essential items include comfortable hiking shoes, a daypack, a refillable water bottle, sunscreen, a hat, and rain gear. It’s also recommended to pack a camera to capture the breathtaking scenery.

While the highest point on the short Inca Trail is lower than on the traditional trek, Machu Picchu is at a significant altitude. Spending a day in Cusco before the tour can help acclimatize to the elevation.

Peruvian regulations require visitors to the Inca Trail, including the short version, to be accompanied by a licensed guide. Booking through a reputable tour operator ensures compliance with these regulations and a more enriching experience.

Yes, most tour operators include meals during the trek. These typically include box lunch and snacks. Be sure to check with your specific tour provider for details.

The main reason for the closure of the Short Inca Trail in February each year is to safeguard the integrity of visitors with a great spirit of adventure and that of the tour guides and other support staff.

Since 2002, and like every year, the Inca Trail and 18 other archeological sites located along the route are closed to visitors in February. Conservation, maintenance, and cleaning activities were carried out that month.

That is to say, in February, treatments are carried out on deteriorated sections, repair and repair of terraces, maintenance of the areas near the campsites, and mowing of the thick vegetation. The objective is to leave everything ready and suitable for the entry of travelers.

Practical Tips: Preparing for the Adventure

Packing Essentials for the 2 Day Inca Trail Tour As you pack, remember to bring sturdy trekking shoes, a waterproof backpack, comfortable clothing, and essentials like sunscreen and insect repellent.

Physical Preparation: While the hike is manageable, preparing physically is a good idea. Regular cardiovascular and strength training will help you tackle the trail with ease. Additionally, acclimatizing to the altitude in Cusco is essential for your safety and enjoyment.

What’s it like?

  • Discover the Short Inca Trail Hike in Machu Picchu: The Royal Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu offers an unmatched journey into the center of the Inca civilization.
  • It is a spiritual awakening, a journey through time, and a chance to experience nature’s grandeur. We thank the world hikers for the opportunity to explore a legacy that continues to enchant everybody as we say goodbye to this extraordinary journey and depart with cherished memories.
Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu New Map

Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu New Map

Pricing Breakdown

Short Inca Trail Hike COST

Short Inca Trail 2 Days, private service
Season 2024: Daily DAILY DEPARTURES

Number of persons Price per person
1 $ 715.00 USD
2 $ 515.00 USD
3 $ 458.00 USD
4 $ 414.00 USD
5 $ 396.00 USD
6 $ 378.00 USD
7 $ 364.00 USD
8 $ 354.00 USD
9 $ 364.00 USD
10 $ 356.00 USD
11 $ 355.00 USD
12 $ 340.00 USD
13 $ 336.00 USD
14 $ 332.00 USD
15 $ 329.00 USD
16 $ 323.00 USD

Private tours are available and priced based on the size of the group.

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+$75 Huayna Picchu
+$75 Montaña


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2 Day Inca Trail Hike Fee

College students: $20 off

RECOMMENDATION about Short Inca Trail 2 Days

  • Due to the new rule at the entrance to the citadel of Machu Picchu, remember that starting on January 1, 2024, the tickets have a specific entry time of 6:00 to 14:00.
  • Tickets can only be used once daily, beginning at the selected time.

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2 Day Machu Picchu Hike

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Ani T
Ani T
Wonderul site, great tour operator and excellent guide We had an evening flight so wanted to do something during the first half of the day, really glad we picked this half-day tour of the Sillustani ruins. The tour agent (Kondor Path Tours) was very flexible about our pickup time and dropoff options, so that really helped. We were able to arrange a later pickup in the morning that included all our luggage and then they dropped us off at the Juliaca airport after the tour. But the Sillustani towers themselves are a real treat to see and learn about all their history. The site itself is very serene and beautiful, with the lake in the background from the main viewpoint. Our tour guide (Richy/Ricardo) was excellent and very helpful and knowledgeable. He gave us not only the ancient history of Sillustani and the adjoining areas, but also a more contemporary history of Peru and the Puno region I have to add that he went over and above by even helping us to check our bags in at JUL airport!
Maras and Moray + Pachamanca Easily the best tour experience I had during my trip to Peru. I highly recommend Kondor Tours as the customer service is top-notch. James responded to my queries almost instantly each time and was very helpful. We were even treated to a can of cusquenia beer each when we visited the office! Our guide Alfredo was absolutely amazing and we were fortunate to have him as our guide for the tour. He is very passionate about his job and shared so much valuable information with us. He has a very candid character and we were very comfortable throughout! I highly recommend requesting for him as your guide (the best we had while touring Peru for 3 weeks). Also, I would say opting in for and additional traditional peruvian pachamanca meal experience must not be missed. The community people were very warm and gracious hosts and it is eye opening to witness the preparation of such a traditional feast normally done only for special occasions like weddings. We even had time for dancing! Two thumbs up for sure!
Niels K
Niels K
3-day Choquequirao Trek We took a three-day private group trek to Choquequirao as a family of five. Kondor Path Tours organized a pick-up and drop-off in Urubamba instead of Cusco and did an extra stop at the Saywhite archeological site. Everything went very smoothly during the entire trip, meals and accommodation were as expected or better. The trek itself is quite demanding (particularly in three days), but the nature/ views/ Choquequirao/ dearth of tourists largely compensate. Anyway, we were looking for a physical challenge! Our guide Oron was great. Explaining, motivating, solving potential problems/ demands. We would definitely recommend Kondor Path Tours.
Proffecional company and perfect guide Kondor Path Tours are so proffecional and easy to work with. We went with them on the 2 days short Inca trail to Machu Picchu with our three children. The correspondence was great and everything was perfectly planned in every detail. Our guide Alfredo was so friendly, knowledgeable and pleasant to be around! Thank you Kondor Path Tours - we couldn’t have asked for more!!
Trip to Rainbow Mountain Excellent experience!! Our guide Odon was prompt with pickup time and extremely friendly. The drove to rainbow mountain was smooth. We did the horseback ride up the mountain, and Odon was right there with us. The actual hike up, he provided support, laughter, and information about the region. Amazing experience with an awesome guide. Thank you so much for the wonderful experience.
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Jamee Marshall
Amazing experience, incredible guide! We had an incredible tour experience with Alfred and our driver Diosmio. They took such good care of us. Alfred was so knowledgeable, kind, and really felt like a friend. Highly recommend this company for your future visit! Awesome experience.
Kristi V
Kristi V
Alittle bit of everything We had a last minute change of plans when it came to our tour. We were supposed to visit the rainbow mountain but with the recent protesting we called to see if we could change last minute and they were very accommodating. Odon and Fernando were amazing! They took us to see multiple attractions and made us feel very at home. And kudos to Renee for the amazing driving. I would highly recommend using this company for a tour. We will definitely use them if we ever come back!
Anthony O
Anthony O
Atv Tour Odin and Fernando were great as well as our driver Rene. Very informative about the city of Cusco. Enjoyed our tour with this company and these individuals who took us around. Great time! Highly recommend!!!
Family vacation Kondor path tours arranged a couple of private tours on our last vacation in Peru. Our first tour was the Rainbow Mountains and the next day we did the sacred Valley Tour. The administrative services were excellent, we met at our hotel the day before our tours and our head guide, Fredy, explained everything perfectly, including what to wear and bring for each tour. On the tour days, our guides (Fredy and Juan Carlos) and driver (Juan Carlos) were great! very knowledgeable, considerate about our party, always helpful and ready to answer questions and meet the expectations (completely different expectations because we had different ages in our party (from 11 to 69 years)) of each party member. The rainbow mountain is awesome and is is really helpful to go with a guide that knows about the area, but also about hiking!!!
Excellent guide who stays with you for the entire day The Vinicunca one-day horse tour was fantastic. The friendly and informative Freddy guided us for the entire bus ride and mountain trek. He knew where to stand to get the best photos and made everything fun and accommodating. The horse ride up made it much easier to enjoy the final hike. Lunch was large and tasty. Door to door service.
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