Transport yourself from Peru’s bustling colonial capital, through the charm and history of Cuzco, into the stunning Sacred Valley, and along the epic Inca Trail before arriving at the infamous Machu Picchu. There may be hiking involved, but we certainly won’t rough it. This all-gay adventure features 3- and 4-star properties en route, with a few nights of ‘glamping’ thrown in (it’s sort of like camping, only with guides, porters and cooks pampering our tender souls). PLEASE NOTE: Inca Trail Permits typically sell out 3-6 months in advance – and beyond our control – so book ASAP.
• Arrival & departure transfers to/from Out Adventures’ joining/finishing point hotel
• Group leader from beginning to end of tour
• 8 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 6 dinners
• Lima orientation walking tour
• Domestic Airfare (direct flights can’t be guaranteed. Please refer to Important Information for details)
• Cuzco orientation walk
• Visit to a community in the Sacred Valley
• Bottled water available on all busses
• Inca Trail Permit
• 4-day, all-inclusive, fully supported Inca Trail hike
• Private, guided tour of Machu Picchu
• Signature Out Adventures duffel bag
• Train trip between Aguas Calientes and Ollantaytambo aboard the Vistadome train
• Gratuities for Inca Trail Crew
• Gratuities for drivers, day/city guides, hotel porterage and included meals
• International Airfare
• Meals & Activities not mentioned in itinerary
• Gratuities for Group Leader ($45-$90 USD)
• Travel insurance is mandatory for all travellers. Click here for more details. Non-United States Citizens: The World Nomads base policy may not include coverage for certain activities on this itinerary, such as Hiking/Camping/Trekking under 6,000m. Conditions vary by your country of origin and it is your responsibility to ensure you are fully protected in the event of an emergency.
Today we travel by minivan to a starting altitude of 2,850m/9,350ft, where we’ll be met by our esteemed crew of porters, cooks and guides. Our first day of hiking includes an uphill trek to our campsite, which sits at an altitude of over 3,300m/10,800ft. There will be other groups at camp, but we’ve arranged our own dining and washroom tents. En route we’ll see the ruins of Llactapata, burnt to the ground by the last Inca emperor, to discourage Spanish pursuit down the trail.
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Elizabeth Bay NSW
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