Wild Inca- Peru

  • £1950
    • Trip 1 - 1st June 2020
  • 10 days
  • Machu Picchu
Email Dom Pickett 07954198947

Dom has recently rediscovered a unique ancient Inca route that no one else is offering. You get to experience a truely  wild Peru as you trek over remote mountain passes and camp by glacial lakes before linking up with one of the 7 wonders of the world, Macchu Picchu and for those that want more adventure Dom has also gained special access to climb Wayna Picchu. The iconic peak on all the Machu Picchu photos!

A truly wild unquie experience that no one else is offering!


- airport transfers to hotel

- all hotels and tents

- all trek staff including experienced guides

- uk experienced guide

- all food and water on trek

- all park permits to Machu Picchu

- all internal transport 

- celebration dinner

Not Included:

- international air flight to Cusco

- insurance

Wild Inca Peru - Itinerary:

Day 1/2:    Depart UK /arrive in the city of Cusco - Hotel

Day 3:  Explore the ancient Inca City of Cusco - Relax and acclimatise to the new altitude of 3360meters.

 Day 4:  Trek along the old Inca Trail walking past Inca ruins into the lost valley .Our first nights wild camp with amazing views.

Day 5 : Trek over the high pass of 3900meters for stunning panorama , using the horses to carry our gear. As we climb higher we trek upto the stunning Ankascocha Glacial lake in the high remote mountains. We camp amongst the Glaciers surrounded by the high peaks.

Day 6:  Trek over the high pass of 4600meters to drop into the untouched Ramanica Valley where we hope to see the Condors soaring high, to reach a small Inca site that makes for an amazing camp site.

Day 7 :Trekking down to the Sacred river valley we join the main Inca trail and see other people for the first time in days ! Great camp site where we rest our legs in the Eucalyptus Sauna and have a Peruvian style stone BBQ.

Day 8 : Join the  main Inca Trail and trek high into the cloud forest ( refresh in a waterfall!) to reach the Sun Gate to Machu Picchu. Explore Machu Picchu and then descend to the Town of Aguas Calinetes for our party celebration dinner. (Hot springs)

Day 9/10: Free morning to return and explore Machu Picchu and for those that feel adventurous you can scale Wanna Picchu!- return to Cusco Hotel for night.

Day10: Depart Cusco for UK


Dom put this trip out there as a "wild Inca" experience and it was, other than our small trekking group and pack horses I did not see another human for 4 days. I've never seen stars so clear and landscape so untouched. We were looked after from the word go all the way to Machu Pichhu. This is the way to see it, not the off the shelf Tourist route. Dom has found something special with this trip.

Paul Reeve