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We highly recommend you to include the walk to the mountain Huayna Picchu in your tour to Machupicchu, it takes 2 hours and you can start after your tour finish, extra of US12 pp.

If you are wanting to include an ascent of Huayna Picchu in your visit to Machu Picchu beware that there are new regulations and permits have to be bought in advance. The cost to have a Machu Picchu entrance that includes the permits to climb Huayna Picchu is US$12 extra and you need to indicate yes to this in your web reservation at the time of your booking.


There is a limit of only 400 permits for climbing Huayna Picchu and only 200 people are permitted to enter for each of the 2 sessions scheduled for 7am and 10 am. The guide will organize the tour of Machu Picchu around peoples climb of Huayna Picchu depending on how many in the group have permits.

Please note your entrance to Machu Picchu and permit for Huayna Picchu are with your name and passport details so are non transferable and non refundable.

Last minute bookings of this trek will possibly miss out on permits in high season so please book and pay in advance.

BOOK EARLY ... to avoid disappointments.

Remember just recently since July 20th 2011 there are a limited number of spaces available for MachuPicchu and Huaynapicchu Mountain for each day so call us now with your questions or book online to reserve your spot



Day 1: CUSCO – Mollepata - Soraypampa (L)(D)

From Cusco very early in the morning at 5.00am.we will go by bus to MOLLEPATA (this the beginning of the trek) it takes around 3 hours, when we get here we have our first breakfast and arrange our horses, afterwards we walk up for around 3 more hours to CRUZ PATA Where we have lunch, after the lunch we will have one hour to take a rest and then , we start walking to SORAYPAMPA (3.850 M.A..S.L) in this part of the trail, we are going to see in front of us, the first HUMANTAY snow capped mountain. After we will get to see in front first campsite at 5:30 pm where our porters will be waiting with some hot tea. And later we are going to eat our dinner (the first campsite is the coldest).


Day 2: Soraypampa - Chaullay (B)(L)(D)

After having a good breakfast and leaving at 6:30am. Here We have to climb up for four hours to the first pass of SALKANTAY mountain. Which is over 4.540 m.a.s.l. here on the top of this Salkantay mountain (highest point). We stop for around 15 minutes to take group pictures, because from here, we will have great views of range of the mountains and we will find some heaps of stones (Apachetas) around this pass. After this, We are going dawn for 4 hours through a nice trail to Chaullay, which is over lower than first campsite 2.900 m.a.s.l where we have our tea time and dinner.

Day 3: Chaullay – La Playa (Sawayacu) - Santa Teresa (B) (L) (D)

We leave from Chaullay early as well after our breakfast at 7.00 am we will pass through COLLCAPAMPA. In this part of the trek we will walk on a narrow trail on the mountainside, crossing some species of orchids and different kinds of plants, and some cornfields, fruit fields and we have opportunity to see the most beautiful waterfall on the trail. After walking for 5 hours. Finally we will get to LA PLAYA place, which take a small truck to go SANTA TERESA town is over 1.645m.s.a.l it is going to be just 45 minutes by truck and we will get to SANTA TERESA around 3:00 pm to set up our tents here We can go to the medicinal hot springs waters which is only 45 minutes from Santa Teresa town.

Day 4: Santa Teresa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes (B) (L)

We get up at 7.00 in the morning and after breakfast we start walking for around 2 hours to get the Urubamba river where we cross the river by a cable. After this spectacular experience we keep going for 2 more hours to a hydroelectric power station which is also a small village, we get here our lunch and after that we walk the last part by the rail way 03 hours aprox, to Aguas Calientes town, where we spend the night in a hostel.


Day 5: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu - Cusco (B)

Early walk (approximately 1.30 hours uphill from Aquas Calientes) or bus for 25 minutes to the Citadel of Machupicchu, guided tour for 3 hours and plenty of free time for further exploring, photos and optional climb of the mountain Huayna Picchu, Temple of the Moon, or the Gate of the Sun. Generally around 3-4pm people walk down the steps back to Aguas Calientes get your lunch and finally we take our return train to Ollantaytambo with bus connection arriving to Cusco city around 10:30 pm. (may vary during season).



US$300 adults

US$280 students with ISIC cards


5 days -or- 4 days ( With train Schedule: 21:50hrs ) - See earlier train prices below


January - December ( Dangerous in February & March )


US$12 Huayna Picchu

US$9 Machu Picchu Mountain passes

US$15 Early 16:22 (4:22pm) return train
US$10 Early 18:45 (6:45pm) return train
US$35 Zip Line in Santa Teresa (5 day only)

What is Included:

  • Collection from your hotel at 05:45 am
  • Vehicle to Mollepata-Cruzpata (starting of the trek)
  • 2 person Igloo tents (large and comfortable) and mattress
  • English speaking professional guide experienced in mountains
  • 6 kilos of your personal items ie extra clothes, sleeping bag to be carried by mules so you just need to carry your daypack with everything you will need during the day. Full board meals 4 Breakfast, 4 Lunches, 4 Dinners
  • First-aid kit.
  • Horses/donkeys to carry tents, food, cooking equipment.
  • Expedition Tourist Train from Aguas Calientes to Ollanta and bus transport to Cusco
  • Admission Ticket to Machu Picchu Archaeological Complex
  • Guided tour in Machu Picchu, time to explore on your own, Climbing to Huaynapicchu
  • Hostel in Aguas Calientes Double or Triple Accommodation
  • Dining and cooking tents with tables and chairs
  • Chef and cooking equipment and kitchen tent:

What is not Included:

  • First breakfast and last lunch.
  • Waynapicchu montain ( USD 12.00).
  • Sleeping bag (minus 8 ºC) If you don't have it, it can be hired at our travel company.
  • Energy snacks will be very useful as chocolate bars, dried fruits
  • Drinks, bottle water
  • The bus up and down from Machupicchu to Aguas Calientes US$ 24.00
  • (50 minutes down-hill walk to Aguas Calientes).

We recommend that you bring :

  • Backpack
  • sleeping bag (Minus 8ºC - can be rented at our office.
  • Sturdy Hiking boots
  • Warm clothes and trekking pants. not jeans
  • layers for variable temperatures specially at night
  • Flash light with extra batteries
  • Camera, extra film & batteries
  • Sunprotection : sunscreen : sun hat : sunglasses
  • Thermals : wool socks : Gloves / scarf and woolen hat for cold nights
  • Insect repellent
  • Rain poncho : a good rain jacket
  • extra plastic bags especially in wet season and plastic garbage bags to line your back pack
  • Toiletries / toilet paper / small towel
  • Bathing clothes for the hot springs
  • Water bottle : water purifying tablets optional
  • Personal medical kit with a simple whistle
  • Original passport and ISIC student card if applicable
  • Extra money for souvenirs, drinks
  • Trekking poles


Why book the Salkantay Trek with Ukukus Travel?

If you are wondering why booking the Salkantay trek is cheaper or more expensive with other agencies then ask if they offer following services:

*Private transport to Mollepata (the start of the hike)

*We work with the biggest operator in town who works mainly for expensive online companies.

*ALL guides work exclusively for our operator and have a lot of experience guiding this tour

*You can choose how you want to come back from Aguas Calientes (find out your own transport, or different train options, if you want).

*The operator owns all gear, tents, cooking material etc.

*Zip line option on day 4! (if you do the 5 day version)

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