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Inca Trail 4 Days Trek to Machu Picchu
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Inca Trail 4 Days Trek to Machu Picchu
Tour Type
Hiking & Camping Tours
Inca Trail 4 Days Trek to Machu Picchu
Maximun Altitude
4,215m (13,828 ft.)
Inca Trail 4 Days Trek to Machu Picchu
Physical Level
Inca Trail 4 Days Trek to Machu Picchu
Recommended Season
March to January

Inca Trail 4 Days Trek to Machu Picchu

Price from: $ 915.00 USD (See: Pricing)

At Km 82, the four-day Inca Trail hike officially begins. Each group of explorers has access to our top support staff so that you can enjoy every day of your adventure while exploring the nearby Inca ruins. The trail is essentially a spiritual work of art.

Tour Plan: Cusco | Km 82 | Wayllabamba | Dead Woman's Pass | Runcurakay | Sayacmarca | Puhuyupatamarca | Wiñaywayna | Sun Gate | Machu Picchu

Trekking the Inca Trail in Just 4 Days: An Epic Adventure

The Inca Trail 4 Days in Peru is a bucket-list adventure for many travelers. It’s a journey that takes you through stunning landscapes, ancient ruins, and breathtaking vistas. If you plan to embark on this epic trek, Kondor Path Tours is your ideal partner. We specialize in providing unforgettable experiences along the Inca Trail, ensuring that your adventure is memorable and enriched with historical and cultural significance.

Booking early will ensure that an Inca Trail Peru permit is available. The Inca Trail is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous and breathtaking treks. Snaking through the Peruvian Andes, this ancient trail leads to the awe-inspiring Machu Picchu. The 4-day Inca Trail trek offers a comprehensive and immersive experience, allowing you to soak in this remarkable region’s natural beauty and rich history.

Consider starting the Machu Picchu Inca Trail 4-Day Trek for an unforgettable adventure. While providing you with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, this trek will lead you through beautiful landscapes and historic ruins.

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Inca Trail 4 Days Overview 

You’ll be accompanied by experienced guides who will share their knowledge of the history and culture of the Incas.

  • Day 1: Cusco – Km 82 – Wayllabamba – Ayapata
  • Day 2: Ayapata – Dead Woman’s – Chaquicocha
  • Day 3: Chaquicocha – Phuyupatamarca – Wiñaywayna
  • Day 4: Wiñaywayna – Machu Picchu – Cusco

Highlights Inca Trail 4 Days

  • If a 4-day trek in Peru tickles your fancy, then look no further: discover the best sights and trails during this unique Inca Trail experience!
  • Explore the stunning Inca Trail on this 4-day adventure and take sweeping views of spectacular mountain scenery! Kondor Path Tours and the local tour guides will give you everything you need for a successful hike.

Day by Day breakdown of the Inca trail 4 Day Trek


Your 4-day adventure commences in Cusco, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its historical significance. After a scenic drive to the trailhead at Piscacucho (Kilometer 82), you’ll embark on your trek. The first day’s hike is relatively easy, providing a gentle introduction to the trail and allowing you to enjoy the picturesque surroundings.

Hiking distance: 14 kilometers
Trailhead elevation: 2720 meters/8923 feet.
Campsite elevation: 3300 meters/10829 feet.
Hiking difficulty: Moderate to challenging
Weather: Warm to cold
Inca sites to explore/visit: Qhanabamba and Llactapata


Day 2 is considered the most challenging of the journey as you ascend steep inclines and pass through diverse ecosystems. However, the effort is well worth it. Along the way, you’ll encounter the mesmerizing archaeological site of Runkurakay, with its stunning views of the Andes.

Hiking distance: 16 kilometers
Trailhead elevation: 3300 meters/10829 feet.
Campsite elevation: 3600 meters/11800 feet.
Hiking difficulty: Challenging
Weather: Cold and warm.
Inca sites to visit and explore: Runkuracay and Sayacmarca


The third day is a deep dive into Inca history and culture. You’ll visit the impressive archaeological sites of Sayacmarca and Phuyupatamarca, each offering unique insights into the lives of the ancient Incas. You’ll feel a profound connection to the past as you hike through cloud forests and breathtaking mountain ridges.

Hiking distance: 10 kilometers
Trailhead elevation: 3600 meters/11800 feet.
Campsite elevation: 2680 meters/8792 feet.
Hiking difficulty: Challenging
Weather: Cold and hot.
Inca sites to visit: Phuyupatamarca, Intipata & Wiñay Wayna


The fourth and final day begins with a predawn hike to the Sun Gate, Inti Punku. As the sun rises, Machu Picchu emerges from the morning mist in all its glory. It’s a moment that words cannot do justice; you have to experience it to understand its magnificence. Your guided tour of Machu Picchu will reveal the secrets and mysteries of this ancient citadel.

Hiking distance: 5 kilometers
Trailhead elevation: 2680 meters/8792 feet.
Machupicchu elevation: 2400 meters/7873 feet.
Hiking difficulty: Moderate
Weather: Cold and Warm.

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Inca Trail 4 Days itinerary

The Inca Trail Peru is an ancient pathway that once was a vital link within the vast Inca Empire, connecting the magnificent city of Cusco to the awe-inspiring Machu Picchu. This 26-mile trail, known as the “Camino Inca” in Spanish, holds historical significance that dates back to the 15th century. It was a route used by the Inca rulers and their entourage during religious pilgrimages to the sacred citadel of Machu Picchu.


Cusco – Km 82 - Ayapata

4 Day Inca Trail: Departure from Cusco

The trek starts in the quaint city of Cusco, where hikers are surrounded by magnificent colonial architecture and a lively atmosphere. After a beautiful drive, you will reach the trailhead, prepared to walk the ancient route.

Piskacucho: The Trailhead

The Inca Trail officially starts at Piscacucho, also known as Km 82. The lush greenery in the area will enthrall you as the adventure unfolds as you cross the Urubamba River.

Llactapata: The First Glimpse of Archaeological Marvel

On the way to the first campsite, Trekkers will come across Llactapata, an old Inca site. This location offers a stunning view of the Urubamba River and the Andes in the distance. This provides a preview of the wonders to come.

Huayllabamba: The First Campsite

Your first campsite is Huayllabamba, which you reach after a few hours of hiking. Nestled amidst the mountains, this serene spot provides a chance to rest and soak in the picturesque landscape.


The Hike Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 Day

  • Pick up from your Cusco Hotel at 05:00
  • Inca sites to explore and observe:
    • Cana Marka Inca site.
    • Patallaqta Inca ruins.
    • Llactapata (exceptional views).
    • Patawasi Inca site.
  • Lunch: Hatun Chaca “big bridge.”
  • Camping: Ayapata 3,300 m/10,829 ft.
  • Maximum altitude point: Ayapata 3,300 m/10,829 ft.
  • Elevation gained: from 2,720 m/8,923 ft. to 3,300 m/10,829 ft.
  • Trail distance: 14 km/8.6 miles.
  • Estimated time hiking: 6-7 hours.
  • Weather: Changes from hot to warm.
  • Meals: Lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner.

1L, 1D.

Physical Level

2, Moderate

Walking Distance

11km (6.8 miles)

Hiking Time

4 to 5 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

KM 82: 2,703m (8,868 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Tarayoc: 2,700m (8,858 ft)

Highest Altitude

Wayllabamba: 3,000m (9,842 ft)


Dead Woman's - Runkuracay Pass – Chaquicocha

Warmiwañusca Pass: The Dead Woman’s Pass

Ascending to an altitude of approximately 4,215 meters above sea level, the Warmiwañusca Pass presents a strenuous challenge. However, the breathtaking panoramas from this high point make every step worthwhile.

Pacaymayo: The Second Campsite

Pacaymayo, a charming campsite surrounded by lush hills, is where the second day’s trek ends. You can unwind and think back on the fantastic adventure here.


Today, we will conquer two high passes of the Inca trail in Peru, the Warmiwañusca and the Runkuracay

  • Inca sites to explore and observe:
    • Runkuracay Inca site.
    • Sayacmarca Inca Ruins.
    • Concha Marca
    • Original Inca Trail Peru between Pacaymayo and Chaquicocha.
  • Lunch: Pacaymayo Alto 3,600 meters / 11,877 feet.
  • Camping: Chaquicocha 3,550 meters / 11,646 feet.
  • Maximum altitude point: Warmiwañuka 4,200 meters / 13,779 feet.
  • Sport distance: 16 km/9.9 miles.
  • Estimated time hiking: 8-9 hours.
  • Weather: Several microclimates are “sunny, humid, and hot.”
  • Meals: Wake up Coca tea, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner.

1B, 1L, 1D.

Physical Level

5, Challenging

Walking Distance

9km (5.5 miles)

Hiking Time

7 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

Wayllabamba: 3,000m (9,842 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Pacaymayo: 3,630m (11,909 ft)

Highest Altitude

Warmiwañuska Pass: 4,231m (13,881 ft)


Chaquicocha – Phuyupatamarca - Wiñaywayna


Runkurakay: The Ancient Watchtower

A critical Inca archaeological site called Runkurakay served as a tactical watchtower to protect the trail and its users.

Sayacmarca: The Enigmatic Ruins

Sayacmarca, a well-preserved Inca settlement, provides a glimpse into the prehistoric Inca civilization’s brilliant architecture and sophisticated urban planning.

Phuyupatamarca: The Cloud-Level City

Atop a mountain covered in clouds, Phuyupatamarca offers stunning views and serves as a monument to the Incas’ engineering prowess.

Wiñay Wayna: The Forever Young

Before arriving at Machu Picchu, Wiñaywayna, the last campsite is an idyllic setting surrounded by terraces and luxuriant vegetation.

Today is the most leisurely Day.
  • Hiking through the cloud forest all the time is downhill. From the Phuyupatamarca Inca site, we have the first glimpses of Machu Picchu and Aguas Calientes.
  • Inca sites to explore and observe:
    • Phuyupatamarca Inca site
    • Inti Pata Inca site, “the views of the Urubamba River from the viewpoint are spectacular.”
    • Wiñaywayna Inca Ruins.
    • Inca trail Machu Picchu between Chaquicocha to Wiñaywayna.
  • Lunch: Wiñaywayna 2,650 meters / 8,694 feet.
  • Camping: Wiñaywayna
  • Maximum altitude point: Phuyupatamarca 3,650 meters / 11,975 feet.
  • Walk distance: 10 km/6.2 miles.
  • Estimated time hiking: 4-5 hours.
  • Weather: Several different microclimates are “sunny and humid.”
  • Meals: Wake up Coca tea, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner.

Free afternoon to recover energy.


1B, 1L, 1D.

Physical Level

4, Intense

Walking Distance

13km (8 miles)

Hiking Time

7.5 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

Pacaymayo: 3,630m (11,909 ft)

Minimun Altitude

Wiñaywayna: 2,650m (8,694 ft)

Highest Altitude

Runkuracay Pass: 3,971m (13,028 ft)


Wiñaywayna - Machu Picchu - Cusco

The Grand Finale – Machu Picchu, Baby!

Intipunku: The Sun Gate

As the sun rises, hikers arrive at Intipunku, the Sun Gate, which opens to reveal the magnificent sight of Machu Picchu.

The Marvelous Machu Picchu

The well-known archaeological marvel Machu Picchu is evidence of the Inca civilization’s creativity. It is an enlightening and humble experience to explore the ancient city.

Explore Machu Picchu Inca citadel via Sun Gate after the Inca Trail for four days.

  • 03:30 a.m. Now is the time to awaken the group of hikers.
  • 04:00 a.m., the continental breakfast.
  • 04:20 a.m., the Wiñaywayna control requires a 5-minute hike.
  • We wait around 04:20 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. as the Wiñaywayna control doors open.
  • Visit these Inca sites:
    • “Sun Gate,” Inti Punku.
    • The citadel of the Incas at Machu Picchu is said to be impenetrable because it was built atop a mountain and was shielded by the Urubamba River.
  • Intipunku is 2,515 meters/8,907 feet, the highest point in the Last Day Inca Trail.
  • 05 kilometers (03 miles) of trekking. It’s a moderately easy section.
  • 02 hours is the estimated hiking time.
  • Machu Picchu is 2,400 meters (7,874 feet) above sea level.
  • 02-hour guided tour of Machu Picchu.
  • Elevation in Aguas Calientes: 6,774 feet/2,065 meters.
  • Take the bus to Aguas Calientes village at 12:30.
    The recommended Indio Mapacho restaurant in Aguas Calientes is where you should have lunch from 13:00 to 14:00. Make a reservation in advance. “.
  • Afternoon train to Cusco: Expedition or Voyager train back to Ollantaytambo and private transportation to Cusco from Ollantaytambo.
4 Days Machu Picchu Inca Trail difficulty

Embarking on the 4-day Inca Trail is an unforgettable journey of discovery, adventure, and personal growth.

  • Twenty-eight miles or 45 km of the Inca Trail in Peru in four days.
  • April through October in Peru are the best months to hike the Inca Trail.
  • Altitude: 2,720 m/8,817 feet to 4,215 m/13,818 feet for a 4-day Inca Trail tour.
  • Any reasonably fit person should be able to complete the hiking route.
  • Day 2’s coldest night is around 0 Celsius/32° Fahrenheit.
  • Temperatures for Peru tours range from -4°C to 28°C, or 39°F to 82°F.
Recommendation to our clients about the Inca Trail 4 Days
  • You need to walk for four days straight to finish this experience.
  • The Lost City of the Incas can be reached in two ways, starting at km 82 or 104.
  • There are hygiene facilities in each camp.
  • Archaeological ruins that blend in with the Andean Forest can be found along the way.
  • It is necessary to purchase a new ticket and “book in advance” for the Huayna Picchu mountain.”
    • At 7:00 a.m., the first group of guests arrives.
    • At 10:00 a.m., a second group of guests arrives.


Physical Level

2, Moderate

Walking Distance

5km (3.1 miles)

Hiking Time

2 Hrs.

Starting Altitude

Wiñaywayna: 2,650m (8,694 ft)

Minimun Altitude

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

Highest Altitude

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


Inca Trail 4 days to Machu Picchu includes

  • Pre-departure briefing.
  • Two experienced top tour guides (8-14 people / 1-7 with one tour guide).
  • Tourist bus “Cusco to km 82.”
  • Inca Trail permits and Machu Picchu Sanctuary.
  • Admission document to the Inca Road System by SERNANP – INCA TRAIL PERU “National Service of Natural Protected Areas.”
  • Indigenous porters to carry camping equipment.
  • Extra porter to carry 07 kg/15.4 lb. customer’s items.
  • Tent: 02 people in each.
  • One inflatable sleeping pad.
  • Camping equipment.
  • One Kitchen tent.
  • Toilet tent with biodegradable toilet facilities.
  • One cook.
    • Assistant cook.
  • One chief porter.
  • Meals:
    • 03 breakfast
    • Three lunches
    • Three dinner
    • Daily morning snack
  • Bio-degradable personal hand soaps.
  • Our kitchen staff uses biodegradable dishwashing detergents.
  • First-aid kit.
  • Emergency oxygen bottle.
  • Machu Picchu guided tour for 2 hours.
  • Bus down from Machupicchu to Aguas Calientes town.
  • Train return to Ollantaytambo “EXPEDITION” and private transport from Ollantaytambo station to Cusco.

🙂 Optional: Go to the pricing button and click it for service upgrades. 

Inca Trail 4 Days Do Not Include

  • Hotel or Airbnb.
    • Pre and post-tour accommodation.
  • Day 01 Breakfast, Day 04 Lunch, Bottled Water
  • Guide for bus and train transfers
  • Tips (Tipping is 100% optional depending on the service you received)
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Optional:
    • Single tent supplement ($85.).
    • Huayna Picchu Trek ($85.).

Bring to the Inca Trail 4 Days

  • A good daypack.
  • Original passport.
  • Lighter trekking boots (with good ankle support)
  • Three pairs of trekking pants.
  • One rain jacket: The first night, the temperature can be as low as – 5 degrees Celsius/23 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • One warm/winter jacket (Thermal: wool socks/gloves, scarf, and woolen hat for cold nights).
  • Four shirts.
  • Two long-sleeve shirts.
  • One good sleeping bag.
  • Sun protection cream (SPF 45 or higher recommended).
  • Bug spray.
  • Water.
  • Digital Camera and film
  • A headlamp to navigate camp in the evenings and pre-dawn mornings with spare batteries
  • Bandages or moleskin.
  • Flip flops. Your toes will thank you!
  • Plastic bags for dirty and wet clothes
  • Something to read in the evenings
  • Extra money.

Travel Guide

Faqs About the Inca Trail 4 days

The dry season begins in May and typically ends in September or October. During these months, the Inca Trail is the best alternative since good weather allows you to appreciate the majestic valleys and beautiful mountains along the way without clouds or fog.

In other months, the rainfall increases.

We recommend that you make your reservation at least twelve months in advance because tickets for this incredible hike are sold out months in advance due to its great popularity.

In our experience working with travelers worldwide, many enthusiastic travelers have sadly tried to book a month in advance. We have told them there are no more spaces, so please follow our recommendation to book many months in advance.

300 admission tickets are reserved for agency personnel, i.e., porters, cooks, helpers, porters, and other staff,

Two hundred admission tickets are available for sale to the general public.

The Inca Trail closed annually in February due to maintenance work in various route sectors.

According to the international classification on the level of difficulty of a hike, we have the following:

On the other hand, the Inca Trail is considered by travelers and experienced hikers with a degree of difficulty three because the Inca Trail route passes through various types of climates and different altitudes.

The maximum weight to carry on the Inca Trail is 5 kilograms. Taking into account this weight restriction, the following should be considered for this route:

The most important thing is that the original ID card or passport is valid and that it is the document with which we made our reservation. Otherwise, we will not be allowed to enter.

  • Sleeping bag.
  • A medium backpack of approximately 30 or 40 liters
  • Toiletries, including toilet paper and wet wipes, as there are no toilets along the route.
  • Underwear, especially microfiber socks or any specific material for this type of use
  • Insect repellent.
  • Sunscreen
  • Bottle or canteen
  • Flashlight with spare batteries.
  • Cash in Peruvian soles
  • Wide-brimmed hat

Kondor Path Tours recommends wearing boots one size larger than usual that are not new or have had some use, as wearing new boots can cause scrapes on the ankles or heel of the foot.

In 2000, the Peruvian government made it mandatory for travelers to enter the Inca Trail route through a tourist agency.

The highest point on the Inca Trail route is the so-called ‘pass of the dead woman’ or Warmihuañuska in Quechua, located 4,200 meters above sea level. It is good to know that the citadel of Machu Picchu, the final point of this unforgettable experience, is located at a much lower elevation (2,400 m.a.s.l.).

The entire Inca Trail is properly signposted, and the guides and tour operators are the first responsible for the care of the traveler during his journey. However, this does not guarantee that travelers always follow the indications, and in some cases, accidents have occurred due to the imprudence of the visitor.

It is essential to consider that the physical condition of the traveler must be adequate, as well as having previously done two or three days of acclimatization in Cusco.

Hiking in Peru Machu Picchu

  1. Km 82 to Wayllabamba:
    • Moderate, with an exhausting section towards the camp between Hatun Chaka and Ayapata.
  2. Wayllabamba to Pacaymayo:
    • Early rise to hike through the cloud forest, Dead Woman’s Pass, and the descent to Pacaymayo camp.
    • High: Today is the most challenging day to walk. After arriving at DWP, it is mainly downhill.
  3. Pacaymayo to Wiñay Wayna:
    • Walkthrough the most photogenic section of the expedition
    • Moderate to a bit tricky.
  4. Wiñay Wayna to MP:
    • Get up early [3 a.m.] to the entrance checkpoint and walk 2 hours to the Sun Gate.
    • You’re almost at the end of getting to Machu-Picchu; let’s jump for joy in the seventh wonder!

The difficulty in the excursion comes mainly from ascending and descending.

  1. The ascent to the first step takes you from 2,000 m (6500 feet) to just over 4,000 m (13,000 feet).
  2. With the descent of 1,500 m (5,000 feet) after the second Pass at 3,500 m (11,500 feet), things become more accessible.

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Hike the Classic Inca Trail 4 Days COST

Season 2023 – 2024

Number of persons Price per person
2 $ 1 425.00 USD
3 $ 1 365.00 USD
4 $ 1 315.00 USD
5 $ 1 255.00 USD
6 $ 1 165.00 USD
7 $ 1 050.00 USD
8 $ 915.00 USD

Private tours are available and priced based on group size.


Shared Group 🙂 A minimum of 06 participants is required to open a new departure group. Hike with the KONDOR PATH TOURS!

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+ $35 Vistadome train (MACHUPICCHU  – POROY) Outbound Journey
+ $50.00 Vistadome train (MACHUPICCHU – OLLANTAYTAMBO) + Transfer to Cusco from Ollantaytambo
+ $445.00 Hiram Bingham train (Train MACHUPICCHU – POROY) Inbound Journey


+$75 Huayna Picchu
+$75 Montaña


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Inca Trail Peru Fee

College students$30 off

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4-Day Inca Trail availability for this tour, don’t hesitate to contact us at info@kondorpathtours.com, and we’ll send you a complete itinerary about prices, terms, and conditions.

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KONDOR PATH TOURS is an expert in what we do. It provides all Peruvian travel packages for almost any budget, including luxury travel, family vacations, honeymoon getaways, adventure tours, and expeditions into the jungle. “.

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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!
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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.
Awesome Service and Tours Fernando and Patricia were SUPER responsive - usually responded to emails within 10 minutes!!. The arrangements they made for Cusco, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, and surrounding areas were awesome.They were waiting for us at the airport and did everything we asked them. Our guide for the four days was Herberth and driver was Juan Carlos. Both were SUPER SUPER great. Juan Carlos was such an amazingly pleasant driver with cute stories. He also was a very safe driver. Herberth was very knowledgable and helpful. Took us all over the places with details about the history and details. We had friends who were not able to climb much and they accommodated us all.On the day we had planned to do rainbow mountain we did not feel great and emailed Fernando at 5am and he responded within 5 minutes with other options for us to do that day. Overall, if you are going to Peru and want to visit the historic sites, you SHOULD go with these people. They are SUPERB!!
Great memories for our family We went for a tour to the rainbow mountain, service was excellent and then we decided to go for another tour on the next day to the sacred valley, it was also excellent. Our guide was Fredy and our driver was Juan Carlos, two excellent people, honest and respectful. I recommend them. Gracias por todo, lo pasamos increíble.
Rainbow Trek and Horseback Riding A group of 7 of us did a One Day Rainbow Trek and Horseback Riding. Freddy was our guide and he was prompt and with us every moment of the journey. They were so accommodating to move the debrief meeting the night before because we had a food tour that evening. Freddy had so much energy, knowledge, and excitement to share with us about his native homeland. In addition, he made sure that we were well taken care of when one of us was actually sick from the altitude. It was such an amazing experience and Freddy made sure we got the best of it. Thank you! Highly recommend Kondor Path Tours.
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MachuPicchu trek We had an amazing experience with the one day trek and the day after visit to the MachuPicchu site with Hober Guia, this guide is very knowledgeable of the history and culture, patient and kind and took care of all of our needs. The tour was arranged perfectly taking care of all small details. Very much recommend!
Maras Moray hike We recently did this hike with Bonnet. She was a highly experienced guide. V good English. Judged our ability well and made for a great day out.
MachuPicchu and Rainbow Moutain We worked with Kondor Path for two tours, of Machu Picchu and Rainbow Mountain. Everything they did was well organized, well documented, well communicated. The two guides and the driver were great, very friendly and knowledgeable. All were bilingual (English and Spanish). At Rainbow Mountain we rode horses to the base of the really steep part of the mountain (this saved some 7 km of hiking). But that last part was quite difficult! I'm glad I had prepared and gotten conditioned.
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