We offer a wonderful trip to Inca Trail and Lake Titicaca
Perfect for those who want to enjoy the refreshing climbing activity high up the Andes, trekking the Inca trail to the exotic city of Machu Picchu. Journey towards the magnificent ancient Inca capital of Cusco and continue onwards to the Sacred Valley of the Incas before finishing off the exciting voyage with the Inca Trail leading to the “Lost Fabled City” of Machu Picchu.
Afterward, the escapade begins with a boat ride to the Lake Titicaca, which is the highest navigable lake in the world at 12,500 feet above sea level. You can then visit the floating Uros islands and the picturesque Taquile Island, 45 km offshore from the city of Puno.
Lima Airport Tranasfer
Depends on your flight’s arrival time
Approximate walking distance: 10.5 km (6.52 miles)
Estimated time walking: 5-6 hours
Maximum altitude point: 2,970 m (9,744ft)
Campsite altitude: 2,970 m (9,744ft)
Approximate walking distance: 7.5 km (4, 66 miles)
Estimated time walking: 6-7 hours
Maximum altitude point: 4,210 m (13,812ft)
Campsite altitude: 3,600 m (11,811ft)
Approximate walking distance: 10.6 km (6. 58 miles)
Estimated time walking: 7-8 hours
Maximum altitude point: 3,955 m (12,975 ft)
Campsite altitude: 2,700 m (8,858 ft)
Expedition Train schedule — Aguas Calientes (15:20pm) – Ollantaytambo (17:08pm)
Approximate walking distance: 4.4 km (2.73 miles)
Estimated time walking: 2 hours
Maximum altitude point: 2,670 m (8,759 ft)
* Departure and arrival times are approximated.
** Campsites are subject to change according to the designation of the governmental institution regulating the use of the Inca Trail as well as to our guide’s criteria and the group progress.
Bus schedule — Cusco depart (07:00am) – Puno arrival (17:00pm)
Suggested flight schedule — Juliaca (19:55pm) – Lima (21:29pm)
The itinerary crafted for this adventure was meticulously planned, offering a perfect blend of natural wonders and historical marvels. Our guides provided us with a wealth of knowledge, enlightening us about the rich heritage of the Incas and the cultural significance of Lake Titicaca.