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The Paro Paro community is an Inkaviviente village where the inhabitants of this place are clearly descendants of the Inkas in which the ancestral customs

Group Service Price

  • US $5250.00 per person

    Note: To open the group a minimum of 02 people is required

      Private Service Price

      • 2 people    USD$ 599.00 per person
      • 3 people    USD$ 570.00 per person
      • 4 people    USD$ 555.00 per person
      • 5 people    USD$ 525.00 per person
      • 6 + people USD$ 500.00 per person


          • Student Discount: USD $20.00 (requires ISIC Card)
          • Under 18’s Discount: USD $20.00

          Optional extras NOT included (need to book in advance):

          • Hiking Machu Picchu Mountain:  USD $20.00  
          • Hiking Huayna Picchu Mountain: USD $20.00
          • Vistadome Train from Aguas Calientes to Cusco: USD $50.00
          • Extra night in Aguas Calientes 

          Every Day Of The Year

          Departure dates: We have potential group trips for the Inka Trail every day of the year, except in February when the trail is closed for maintenance. 

          Note: You are able to visit Machu Picchu by train in February.

          Availability: Only 500 people are allowed on the Inka Trail per day and this includes tourists, guides, porters and chefs. Therefore, to avoid disappointment, you should make your reservation months in advance. Also, please note, all agencies have the same number of spaces, so if one agency is not able to accommodate your dates, none of them will be able to.

          Details & Itinerary

          the ancestral customs such as: religion, language, medicine, gastronomy, textiles, dance and art remain. From this community were born the great wise men in such a way the Andean culture developed to great magnitude all over the Andean territory with a lot of technology such a way is admired by foreign tourists for its rich history and ancestral traditions.

          Level: easy. People of all ages are welcome.


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          Pick up from Cusco pick up from the hotel at 5:00 am 45 minutes transport to Pisaq archaeological complex, in this place we visit an hour and then continue by bus half an hour to the community of Paro Paro where they receive us with much joy and algararia typical party of place. presentation to the brothers and sisters of the place, breakfast Here begins our circuit of three lagoons an approximate of three hours appreciating the flora, fauna and community experience meanwhile our cook is preparing a delicious traditional lunch of the pre Inkaico called pachamanca (means, cook under the earth) after circuit we had lunch and then we will have many demonstrations about the traditional customs of the Andean world. Farewell ceremony of the residents, from here the bus of the company picks up through the sacred valley for an hour we will finally arrive at the town of Ollantaytambo dinner place and train station haci to Aguas Calientes an approximate of 2 hours in Train. Hotel in Aguas Caliente.

          Day 2: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu Citadel - Cusco

          After eating a very early breakfast at 05:00 a.m. at the hotel, we will board the first bus to Machu Picchu at approximately 05.30 a.m., arriving at the entrance to the citadel at 06.00 a.m., when the gates will open (please have your passport on hand). We will go as early as possible so as to avoid the crowds. We will receive a guided tour of Machu Picchu lasting 2-3 hours which will lead you through all the most important areas: look-out points, temples, housing, best spots, and all archaeological sites with the insights of very capable guides. Afterwards, you’ll have some free time to explore the citadel at your own pace and do any optional hikes e.g. walking up to the Sun Gate, down to the Inka Bridge or climbing Huayna Picchu Mountain. 


            • Pick up from your hotel in Cusco
            • Private transport to  
            • Spanish and English-speaking professional guide
            • Train ticket at 4:36 p.m. from Ollantaytambo, arriving in Aguas Calientes at 6:10 p.m.

            Note: train times may vary in high season due to a higher demand. 

            • Collection and transfer to your hotel in Aguas Calientes 
            • Accommodation 
            • Breakfast 
            • Entrance to Machu Picchu and 2 hour guided tour of the site
            • Round trip shuttle bus ticket: Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu 
            • Return train ticket (generally 4:43 p.m.) to Ollantaytambo and private transport to your hotel in Cusco 

            Note: train times may vary in high season due to a higher demand.

          Not included:

          • Entry ticket to archaeological sites (pisaq)
          • dinner, sandwiches
          • Entrance to the mountain Huayna Picchu
          • Entrance to thermal waters: 10 soles.
          • Travel insurance: we strongly recommend that you buy travel insurance for the duration of your trip.
          • Tips

          What you need to bring

          • Original Passport and migration card
          • ISIC card (www.isic.org) if applicable (must be submitted at the time of booking)
          • Backpack and daypack 
          • Hiking boots and sandals (very important)
          • Rain gear: a good raincoat, rain pants and a plastic rain poncho
          • T-shirts & comfortable pants
          • Warm jacket 
          • Sunscreen, hat and sunglasses
          • Insect repellent
          • Personal medical kit and medication 
          • Toilet paper and hand sanitizer
          • Water bottle (recommended 1 liter)     
          • Camera and extra batteries
          • Extra money for drinks, souvenirs, tips etc. (soles or dollars)
          • Snacks, packed lunch 

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