To protect the historic trail, the number of people allowed to hike the Inca Trail each day is limited to 500 (including hikers on the 2-Day, 4-Day and 5-Day hikes and all porters, cooks and tour guides). For this reason, you should reserve your spot as soon as possible. Sometimes the spots are filled three to four months in advance. To reserve the Inca Trail,we need to send your personal information to the Inca Trail Regulator Office. This office needs all reservations at least four days from the start of your hike. Note that spots will fill more quickly in the high tourist season (June through September).
We have two types of groups.
Groups from 2 as minimum to 8people as maximum.
Grupos regulares de 09 a 16 personas ( pueden ser 10-12-14 ó 16 paxs)
OUR SERVICE INCLUDES:
Waykiexperience(optional),a day before your trek you will have the opportunity to visit the porter village and meet their family sharing their customs, and being part of their daily activities. Also you will participate in their local projects.
Professional guides in tourism, university and college graduates, with a fluent english and very goodknowlede of andean culture,trained in first aids, rescue (equipped and trained to use a First Aid Kit, oxygen and a radio to communicate)
Transportation from your hotel to the start of the trail.Private bus very comfortable with all the safety accessories ,with a driver of many years of experience.
Entrance fee to the trail and Machupicchu.This is the ticket who will allow us ONLY to visit inca trailand Machupicchu citadel. (does not include the HUAYNAPICCHU).
Bus ticket from Machupicchu to AguasCalientes where you will enjoy your last meal as a group.
Train ticket back to Ollantaytambo or Poroy at the end of your journey (Expedition class).
Equipment such as an igloo, waterproof, spacious tents, camping equipment are for high mountain, with Voude tents, Eureka and professional Doite andeach one with a capapacity for 3 pax, which are used only for 2 paxs to bring you more comfort, air matress and synthetic too,a kitchen tent manned by a professional cooking staff, dining tent and a bathroom tent , camping chairs, and a camping table.
Complete meals during the trip (you’ll never be hungry!). When you wake up in the morning, you will be greeted at your tent by a selection ofteas, as well as soap and a bowl of warm water to wash your face. Breakfasts include milk, coffee, herbal, dark and coca tea, and a combination of bread, butter and jam, pancakes, scrambled eggs or oatmeal. For lunch you will eat traditional Andean food. Dinner includes chicken, beef or lamb, fish with potatoes, pepper or other main dishes. Snacks include fruit, chocolate candies or sandwiches. Wealso provide our famous teatime, which includes a buffet of teas, popcorn and other delicious goodies.
Accompanying you will be a professional chef who grew up in the country side and porters, Wayki Experience (Explained below).
Something unique that Wayki Trek offers is what we call the
“WAYKI EXPERIENCE” Only available if you do the 4-Day Inca Trail, you can spend a night getting to know ourporters that will assist the group on the hike. We will transport you and a guide the night before you start the hike to a porter’s house in the countryside to enjoy a typical Andean meal and spend the night chatting with locals. You will see a typical Andean kitchen and learn ancient traditions. One of Wayki’s priorities is sustaining good relations with porters by providing them with the samefood as the tourists during the trek and creating the “Wayki Experiences” to connect the porters and tourists. We are the only travel agency in Peru that offers a similar experience.
Sleeping bag (you may rent a sleeping back from our office)
Lunch on the last day after visiting Machupicchu.
Tips for porters and guides.
Huaynapicchu climbing tickets.
Extra porters to carry...