September 10 through 17 - Full payment is just $1367 for full pay. BOOK NOW AND PAY ON INSTALLMENTS is now available. You do not need to be approved or have a Paypal account. Set up the payments to make it affordable for you.
It is imperative to get the permits no later then March 15 to insure that you can go. The permits sell out fast and may not be available after that date. To insure a permit, pay through book now and pay on installments.
This is the hotel we will be staying at in Cuzco, before and after the trek.
The trek is rated 9 (Rating 1 through 10, being the hardest). Prepare for this trek well in advance of the trip.
Stairmaster or running would be the preferred method for getting in shape. Age is NOT a consideration just fitness.
READ MORE and SIGN UP for the Singles trip to Macchu Picchu This does include the hotels, whitewater rafting, four day trek to Machu Picchu and 8 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners (vegetarian options available).
This does not include the air fare. The permits MUST be submitted way in advance of September. The sooner the better. Permits are limited and they sell fast. ALL PERMITS WILL BE SOLD OUT BY MARCH 15, 2012.
For the itinerary and what is included read more ...
Starting in Cuzco, we will spend the first day getting acclimated to the altitude while relaxing having a Pisco Sours.
The second day, we will have an exciting whitewater raft down the Urubamba, an Andean river.
The next four days are spent trekking and camping on the Inca trail. Your porter will carry up to 15 lbs of your personal items and clothing. On the last day of the Machu Picchu trek, we will approach Machu Picchu during sunrise. After spending the day at Machu Picchu, you will be taken on a Vista Dome train ride back to Cuzco. After a night relaxing in beds, we will spend our day watching a very little known festival called "WARACHICUY"
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NOTE ABOUT CAMPSITES ON THE INCA TRAIL
Please note that we are not in control of the campsites that are issued from the Institute of National Culture. In general your campsite allocation is dependent on how early you book, or rather, how many permits are left. The first 250 spaces are generally given to Winay Wayna (3rd campsite) and thereafter we will have a longer walk to Machu Picchu on the last day. It could mean we do not make it for sunrise. Do not let this disappoint you as Machu Picchu is marvelous in itself! You also have to bring your original passport with you on the trek, with the same passport number you originally made your reservation with. Otherwise you will be unable to go on the trek. Photocopies are no longer acceptable. Full Passport Details of ALL Travelers, Full Name / Passport No / Nationality /Sex/ Date of Birth. This is a requirement of the INC and without these details no reservation can be made. [IMPORTANT: the names provided must be the same as shown on passport.] If you think you will be changing your Passport prior to the trek, please notify us, as it is imperative that you are carrying the same passport details that you provide us with for the trek!