• Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

    Our private Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Tour includes trekking service team (guide, cooks, porters, etc.), bus tickets, return train tickets and more! Book today!

$890/person
4 Days Inca Trail: 3 days Machu Picchu Camping: 3 nights Hiking Private Shuttle

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Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a journey of a lifetime. The mix of changing landscapes and incredible rich historic and archeological sites throughout the trail will leave you amazed. Check the Inca Trail Map here.

Add to that our BMQ Travel Signature Service for your camping needs and you’ll definitely enjoy the adventure carefree and pampered. 

Our journey is lead by experienced guides, cooks and porters that will be taking care of you beyond your needs.

Our meals are deliciously recognized because we design them with our Main Chef. Don’t settle for average dishes during the journey!

Please note: May and June are the months with more demand of permits. They are the fastest selling months of the year. Click on Inca Trail Permits for 2019 for more information! 

We are glad to let you know real-time about the booking status and Inca Trail permits availability. Contact Us Here!

“Amazing trip; Great service, food, and awesome guides. We had an amazing journey! Travelled in privately with my family and couldn't be happier! The food was truly amazing! The camping site was ready before we arrived to the campsite so we could relax from the hike as soon as we arrived!”
Doug M.
Adventurer
“We had such a great time! My boyfriend and I talked with Jose since the initial inquiries about Peru and he was there to guide us through the booking journey. I would absolutely recommend them to anyone. They really exceeded my expectations. I know I'll be back!”
Amy J.
Adventurer

Adventure highlights

Machu Picchu

Marvel with the ruins entering through the Sun Gate at the end of the trail.

Enjoy Nature

The path from the valley through the mountains and to the jungle.

3 Nights Camping

Enjoy BMQ Travel Signature Service that exceeds expectations in food and service quality.

Shuttle Pickup & Dropoff

Shuttle to and from your hotel. Store your extra belongings safely.

Inca Trail

Walk the millenary path to Machu Picchu and enjoy the sunrise at the Sun Gate (the door to Machu Picchu).

Chef designed dishes

Why settle for "OK" food? Enjoy delightful dishes throughout the journey.

TRIP ITINERARY

Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a journey of a lifetime. Be pampered throughout the journey with our Signature Service Quality.

Day 1: Inca Trail Day 1/4 to Machu Picchu

Ride: driver & private shuttle.

Your private shuttle will pick you up from your hotel, take you to Urubamba Valley and leave you at “Km 82” in Ollantaytambo where the Inca Trail begins.

Your crew of local porters, cooks, and guides will take care of all the details for the duration of the hike. We suggest you leave your heavy gear with the porters and only carry a small daypack with water, rain gear, snacks, sunblock, mosquito repellent, etc.

Todays hike starts off with magnificent views of the Urubamba Sacred Valley river and snow capped (permanent glacials, actually) mountain range.

The hike ends at Huayllabamba Camp Site (around 3,000 (9.800) meters (feet) above sea level. Your Camping will be ready for you when you arrive, as well as a warm beverage, hot water and a snack before dinner.

Congratulations! You finished your first hiking day! Now is your chance to sleep tight and cozy with our Signature Level Equipment and Tents.

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Total Hike distance: 11km (5-7 hours approximately)

Where do I sleep? Inca Trail camping site

Breakfast for this day is not included

Lunch for this day is included

Dinner for this day is: included

Day 2: Inca Trail Day 2/4 to Machu Picchu

Rise and shine! The day will welcome you with a healthy and natural Chef designed breakfast! This will help you get all the energy you need to start off todays hike!

Prepare for the steepest path to the highest point of the Inca Trail at approximately 4,200m (13,800ft): “Warmi” Pass.

Catch your breath, eat some fruit and just take a pause in the Warmi Pass and enjoy the views of the new valley that lies ahead.

Continue your adventure and finish the hike at Pacaymayo Campsite at 3,600m (11,200ft).

Congratulations! You finished your second hiking day of the Inca Trail! Now is your chance to sleep tight and cozy with our Signature Level Equipment and Tents.

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Total Hike distance: 07km (6-8 hours approximately)

Where do I sleep? Inca Trail camping site

Breakfast for this day is included

Lunch for this day is included

Dinner for this day is: included

Day 3: Inca Trail Day 3/4 to Machu Picchu

Rise and shine! The day will welcome you with a healthy and natural Chef designed breakfast! This will help you get all the energy you need to start off todays hike!

The hike starts in direction to the Runkurakay Circular Ruins where we will be able to take a break and catch a breath.

From this point the Inca Trail is better preserved and maintained.

Prepare for two more highpoint passes at 3,950m where you should see the snow tips of the Vilcabamba mountain range.

After the misty forest, we head to another high-pass at 3,700m where you should be able to see a stunning sight of the Urubamba Valley before entering jungle territory.

On the way, you’ll be able to go through the Sayacmarca Ruins at 3,600m (12,000ft), the Phuyupatamarca Ruins, “Lago Seco” Lake, and “The Tunnel”.

Continue the hike to Wiñaywayna Archeological Site at 2,700m (12,000ft). Take your time wondering around the site. When you’re ready, continue to the campsite.

Congratulations! You finished your third hiking day of the Inca Trail! Now is your chance to sleep tight and cozy with our Signature Level Equipment and Tents.

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Total Hike distance: 13km (9-10) hours approximately)

Where do I sleep? Inca Trail camping site

Breakfast for this day is included

Lunch for this day is included.

Dinner for this day is: included

Day 4: Inca Trail Day 4/4 to Machu Picchu

Rise and shine! The day will welcome you with a healthy and natural Chef designed breakfast! This will help you get all the energy you need to start off todays hike!

The day continues the hike downhill with an excellent view of the Urubamba Valley to The Wiñay Wayna Ruins at 2,600m (8,000ft).

Continue the path to The Sun Gate (Inti Punku) where you will get your first sight of the Machu Picchu Citadel.

Free time in Machu Picchu. There are several standard circuits or you could go on your own.

Head down to Aguas Calientes City (river side) and have lunch before boarding the train back to Urubamba Sacred Valley.

Your private driver and shuttle will pickup from train station and take you to your hotel in Cusco or Urubamba.

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Total Hike distance: 14km (9-11) hours approximately)

Where do I sleep? Your own accommodations

Breakfast for this day is included

Lunch for this day is included (Box Lunch).

Dinner for this day is not included

Does this look like fun? Book your adventure today!

what's included?

  • Day 1: Camping
  • Day 2: Camping
  • Day 3: Camping

A private driver and shuttle will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco or in the Urubamba Valley. After the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu, your private driver and shuttle will pick you up from the train station and take you to your accommodations in Cusco or Urubamba Valley.

Chef designed meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided for the following days: 

Day 1: lunch and dinner

Day 2: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 3: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 4: breakfast and lunch (box lunch)

Snacks will be provided twice daily (morning and afternoon) for day 1 (only in the afternoon), 2, 3 and 4 (only in the morning).

Bus ticket for the ride down from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes City (riverside).

Train ticket in the Vistadome Train.

  • Mountain Tent
  • Inflatable Mattress
  • Sleeping Bag for cold weather
  • Kitchen dishes and utensils for the cook
  • Kitchen Tent
  • Dining Tent
  • Table
  • Chairs
  • Experienced Bilingual (Spanish/English) Guide
  • Cook
  • Experienced Porters for all the equipment and gear
  • Oxygen kit
  • First aid kit
  • Short-wave radios

what's not included?

Please check out our “Inca Trail Permits” section in the main menu where you will find helpful information and tips on booking your Inca Trail Permits. If you need any help, don’t hesitate in contacting us. We’ll guide you the whole way!

  • Day 4: not included

Pillows are not included.

  • Day 1: Breakfast
  • Day 4: Dinner

We highly recommend this hike to the mountain in front of the Machu Picchu Citadel.  Book in Advance! Tickets tend to sell out early!

Les us know if we can help you booking this ticket.

Pricing Chart

We offer three standard booking options to fit most needs. Please contact us for special pricing and financing options for your adventure!

Complete booking
*2 People +
$890/person*
  • Machu Picchu
  • 4 day Inca Trail
  • 3 day Camping
  • Chef designed dishes
  • Experienced guides
  • Basic Training & Safety
  • Shuttle Pick-up & Drop-off
  • Receive 20% discount**
Book with 30%
*2 People +
$267/person*
  • Machu Picchu
  • 4 day Inca Trail
  • 3 day Camping
  • Chef designed dishes
  • Experienced guides
  • Basic Training & Safety
  • Shuttle Pick-up & Drop-off
  • Initial payment of 30% of $819 per person
4+ person group
*4 People +
$252/person*
  • Machu Picchu
  • 4 day Inca Trail
  • 3 day Camping
  • Chef designed dishes
  • Experienced guides
  • Basic Training & Safety
  • Shuttle Pick-up & Drop-off
  • Initial payment of 30% of $840 per person

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Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is a magical place . Its located on top of a mountain, between the Urubamba Sacred Valley and the Amazon Jungle. (More about Where is Machu Picchu).

Machu Picchu was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 and was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007. It is a city with more than 150 buildings: baths, houses, temples and sanctuaries.

We arrive in the early morning by train to Aguas Calientes. Then, we’ll head up to Machu Picchu by bus. All tickets are included (more on Machu Picchu Tickets here). 

Your English speaking guide will be very knowledgeable and tell you interesting historical facts and local folklore stories. 

After exploring Machu Picchu, we’ll head back to Ollantaytambo. Your private shuttle and driver will be waiting for you there to take you to your next amazing destination!

Machu Picchu now requires visitors to enter with a certified guide (read our post on Machu Picchu: With or Without a Guide for more information).

Regarding the frequent question our visitors ask, “what to pack?”. We have prepared a “recommended Machu Picchu packing list” PDF file in this post for visitors to have a handy guide. 

If you haven’t decided on how to get to Machu Picchu, please read our post on “The Best Ways to Get to Machu Picchu“. We explain about the different alternatives to arrive to the Inca Citadel. 

One of the ways is to go by train. In our post on “Train to Machu Picchu,” we explain “how to get by train to Machu Picchu. Also, we’ll tell you about the Hiram Bingham train, and ticket prices.”

Another great advise is to read our post on “Machu Picchu Hike Tours.” You’ll “learn about the different Machu Picchu Hike Tours available. Machu Picchu is located in a unique scenery that makes every hiking alternative a memorable experience. Each tour route has its unique landscape, difficulty, distance, and duration. Most of these hiking tours have privileged access to Inca ruins.”

Another alternative to going to Machu Picchu is the Inca Trail Hike. Learn more about this in our post, “Machu Picchu Inca Trail: What to Expect” to learn about the different treks available (1 day vs 3 day trek). We also have available a post on the “Inca Trail Map: Classic and Express Routes” where you will be able to learn what to expect about each route. 

It’s very important to note that the Inca Trail Treks to Machu Picchu are limited and are booked up to a year in advanced. If your interested in the Inca Trail, read our post on “Inca Trail Permits 2019: Availability, Cost and More!” 

Take into account that there are additional activities to experience while being at Machu Picchu. As we explain in our post: Machu Picchu: Huayna Picchu Hike, “Huayna Picchu is a mountain situated north of Machu Picchu Citadel. It’s close proximity to Machu Picchu, gives visitors a privileged view of the whole Inca Citadel.” Read the post for further information. 

We definitely recommend reading our post “20 Things to Know before going on a Machu Picchu Tour” where we have prepared a list, of the must knows and “it contains tours, activities, places, recommendations and tips. We’re sure it will help you plan your trip better!”

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