For full details and itineraries please contact Martyn Telephone 07852 305445

October 13-23 – Inca Trail (SOLD OUT)

April 1-10 – Inca Trail (4 places left)
October 21 – 30 – Inca Trail (4 places left)

March 10-19 – Inca Trail (8 places left)


Spectacular scenery, sub-tropical jungle and a mix of Inca ruins are your reward for your physical and mental endeavour.



7.40pm – Check in London Heathrow (LHR) Terminal 2

10:40pm – Flight Departs for Bogota, Colombia, after a stopover in Bogota you will arrive in Cuzco, Peru the following morning.


11:12am Flight arrives in Cusco, Peru

Collect luggage, short taxi ride to hotel and the rest of your day to rest and acclimatise.


A day at your leisure for you to acclimatise

Hotel or a local tour company can organise a day trip if you wish.

6pm – Group welcome meeting at our local tour company who will be our guides for the Inca Trail Trek.

Day 4

3.30am – Lovely time of day – Get up and get ready to go!!

4.30am – Alpaca Expeditions will pick you up from the hotel where we will depart for KM82 (via a breakfast stop) which is where the big adventure really starts. After registration and formalities (please make sure you have your original passport with you to enter the Inca Trail). We will climb gently up to the Inca site of Patallacta. Stunning views throughout and we will camp for the night at Ayapata (3300m).Throughout the day your guides will offer regular education and insights into your surroundings.

Walking distance: 8.7 miles/14 km (6-7 hours)

Campsite altitude: 3300 meters (high) above sea level

Considered: Moderate day (getting used to the Inca Trail)

Weather: Warm and windy

Day 5

This is the toughest day of the trek with two high passes to navigate including Dead Woman’s Pass at 4200m. Most people will feel the effects of altitude here. The high mountain range views are breath taking. You will also see a wide variety of plant life in the Polylepsis forest. We camp at the beautiful Chaquicocha campsite and hopefully get a great sunset upon arrival.

Walking distance: 9.94 miles/16 km (7-8 hours)

Campsite altitude: 3600 meters (high) above sea level (chilly weather)

Considered: Top day (you will have survived the two highest passes)

Area: Andes and Cloud Forest

Weather: Cold and rainy

Day 6

A more relaxing day walking through lush and verdant cloud forest, this path provides some of the most beautiful scenery on offer from the Inca Trail, as well as spectacular views of the Andes in the distance.

Walking distance: 6.2 miles/10km (5 hours)

Campsite altitude: 2.600 meters (high) above sea level (chilly weather)

Considered: Easy day – all downhill!

Area: High Cloud Forest

Weather: Warm and very humid

Day 7

3.30am – We rise at to get to the 1st checkpoint for 4am to wait for the gate to open. We will then hike to the Sun Gate, enjoying breath taking views over Machu Picchu.

On arrival at Machu Picchu you will have a two hour guided tour of the site. When you are ready, you can catch the bus for the short trip to Aguas Caliantes and celebrate!

We then get the train and bus back to Cusco and transport to the hotel.

Considered: The most exciting and magical day (early wake up 3.30AM)

Area: High Cloud and Subtropical Forest

Weather: May be hot and very humid (bring lots of water)

Day 8

Day at Leisure in Cusco

Day 9

Breakfast at your leisure

12pm Check out of hotel

1.45pm – Airport Transfer for Cusco Airport

Flight departs at 4:47pm and arrived in London the following afternoon.

Day 10

3.30pm Flight arrives at London Heathrow (LHR)

*Please note, All of the above may be subject to slight change, final details will be fully confirmed at least 2 months before you travel (flight numbers, hotels etc). Prices are based on 2 sharing accommodation when applicable.

Included in the cost of your trip

Return economy flights from London to Lima, Peru then Peru to Cuzco.
Local Transfers
Accommodation in Peru and Cuzco
Tented Accommodation
All meals on the trek
A UK Expedition Leader
A fully catered Porter Team
Training Guide
Kit Guide
Fundraising Guide

What is not included?

Drinks, meals and snacks where not specified in itinerary
Entry visa
Your spending money
Personal travel insurance
Tips for local porters & crew (not obligatory but they do work extremely hard)
Personal items from the kit list

Payment Options:

Self-fund your challenge completely in a one off payment or by instalments.

Self-fund your challenge and choose to fundraise for one of our charity partners or the charity of your choice.

Fundraise 100% of the agreed target

Find out about our charity partners.


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