Inca Trail To Machu Picchu
Inca Trail To Machu Picchu

Inca Quarry Trail To Machu Picchu 4D/3N


Inca Quarry Trail  temple to Machu Picchu is one of the most attractive as inca quarry road in the valley of Urubamba. comparing this 4-day Inca Trail with  inca Quarry Trek, the alternative  inca quarry camping is mush betther and trankil hike this trail ist not crowded with people is more peaceful and safe. this inca quarry temple is amazing place to visit along this trail to machu picchu, the view to inca quarry trail is more amazing than inca trail hike. This inca quarry adventure, with camping in the mountain is just beautiful place and peaceful trek, is consider as inca quarry nature in ollantatytambo and machu picchu,   inca quarry top hike after salkantay mountain is consider by hikers. the best inca trail to machu picchu. inca quarry travel Inca quarry by train to machu picchu,  hiking in the mountain after that we are taking train to get to aguas caliente to over night before to explore the sacred place machu picchu, this 4 days tour included machu picchu is just in the sacred valley of the incas, as inca quarry hike to machu picchu si stanning with local team from cacchiccata. we are involving  indigenuos people that is our goal to help small communities in the andes of peru.  

¿Who were the chasquis?

The Inca messengers were individuals who covered the entire Inca territory, from the borders of Chile to the borders of Ecuador-Colombia. They carried messages from the city of Cusco because Cusco, the capital of the Incas, was known as the navel of the Inca territory. Therefore, messages originated from this place to every corner of the Inca territory. These men could cover about 45 kilometers in just 3 hours; they were extremely fast, taking shortcuts to reach their destinations. Thanks to these messengers, the Inca territory expanded rapidly in less than 100 years. The Inca Quarry Trail was one such shortcut to reach Machu Picchu.

¿How much does this route to Machu Picchu cost?

The 4-day hike, including the ruins of Machu Picchu, costs $620 USD. The price includes campsites, round-trip train tickets, a hotel in the town of Aguas Calientes, and entrance tickets to Machu Picchu.

Briefing for inca Quarry Trail to Machu picchu

Our hiking information session is held one day prior to provide details about the trail and the rules for Machu Picchu, as well as what you’ll need for the three-day hike to the mountain.



We will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco the morning of our first day and head to Ollantaytambo, where we will take a shuttle to the starting point of our trek. Our journey begins in Soqma, a small farming town situated in a valley between two red and black rocky peaks decorated with dry grasses and high altitude shrubs. As we walk through this valley, the mountains conjoin at the waterfall of Perolniyoq, approximately 3,300 meters above sea level (masl), where the water allows the nearby plants to grow a green much more brilliant than those on the distant hillsides. The route zigzags up to ruins above the waterfall, which we will pass on the way to our first campsite, Qorimarca, at 3,590 meters about sea level.
  • Meals included: Lunch/tea time/dinner + snacks
  • Lowest elevation: 2,999 meters
  • Highest elevation : 3,590 meters
  • Distance to walk: 9 km
  • Approximate walking time: 6 hours
  • Difficulty: modera
  • Camping: Qorimarca rayan


From our first campsite, we wind through green rolling hills spotted here and there with trees, streams, and homes of locals, to our lunch area at 4,200 meters about sea level, Charcahualla. From this small plateau, with a spectacular view of the surrounding peaks and grassy slopes, we will ascend to the highest pass along the trek, Cañon de Buena Negra, at 4,330 meters about sea level. Here, we will be able to see snow-capped mountains on the horizon, Arequipa, Veronica, and Onura Punta, regarded by locals as deities. We will walk through high grassland to the Temple for the Mountain Veronica at 3,900 meters about sea level, known as Wakaywillka in Quechua, or Sacred Tears. A gentle descent will take us to our second campsite, Choquetacarpa Pampa, at 3,750 meters about sea level, looking out over the green Sacred Valley at the foot of the black rocks and bright white icy peaks of the Andes. Here, we will have hot showers available to us in the evening.
  • Meals included: Breakfast/lunch/ tea time/dinner + snacks
  • Lowest Elevation: 3,590 meters
  • Highest elevation: 4,400 meters
  • Distance to walk: 12 km
  • Approximate walking time: 8 hours
  • Difficulty: moderate
  • Camping: choquetacarpo pampa


Our trek takes us from Choquetacarpo Pampa back to Ollantaytambo, where we will have time to explore markets and Inka  buildings, which are still used today. In the afternoon, we will take a train to Aguas Calientes Town at  2,040 meters About sea level, where you can explore the area. We will stay in a hotel for one night before visiting Machu Picchu Sanctuary.
  • Meals included: Breakfast t/ lunch / tea time / dinner
  • Lowest elevation: 3,600 meters
  • Lowest elevation: 2,900 meters
  • Distance to walk: 7 km
  • Approximate walking time: 5 hours
  • Area: Ollantaytambo town


We will take a 2.5-hour guided tour of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary, seventh wonder of the world, after which you can freely explore the area. You have the option at this time to go up to Wayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain, overlooks of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary that at one time were used as defensive watchtowers. After returning to Aguas Calientes Town by bus, we will board the train for Ollantaytambo or Poroy, and transfer to a van heading back to Cusco
  • Meals included: breakfast in your hotel/ not lunch
  • Walking time: 3 hours
  • Difficult easy



  • Professional guide who speaks English, Spanish, and Quechua
  • Briefing in your hotel one 0r two day before your trek to explain our route and other details
  • Transfer from airport to your hotel
  • Transfer from hotel to airport after your trip
  • Train ticket from ollantaytambo to aguas calientes
  • Train ticket from machupicchu to ollantaytambo
  • One night hotel acommodation in aguas calientes
  • Entrance to macupicchu
  • Tickets round trip bus from aguas calintes to machupicchu
  • Mattress
  • sleeping bag
  • Two people tent
  • Kitchen tent
  • Dining tent with tables and chairs
  • Toilet tent
  • Professional Chef
  • Horses to carry all the equipement( food tents chairs tabke..)
  • Horse to transport 8 kg of your personal gear
  • Duffle bag  for your  personal gear 8kls  and a horse that will carry your personal belonging
  • Emergency horse in case we need it
  • Two breakfasts  three lunch and three dinners
  • Hot water for washing in the morning and in the afternoon
  • First Aid kit and emergency oxyg


Please let us know of any dietary restrictions for this Quarry Trek. Hot meals are prepared fresh, on-site!

  • Two breakfast on days
  • three lunsh  (day 3 will be boxed lunch)
  • Dinner each day
  • Snacks between meals
  • Chef, assistants, and cooking equipment
  • Dining utensils, tent, tables, and chairs
  • Water for filling water bottles


  • Spacious tents
  • Sleeping pads
  • Toilet tent
  • Hot water for washing and/or filling your water bottle to put at the foot of your sleeping bag


  • Transportation  from your hotel to the beginning  of your trek
  • Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes Town and back
  • Hotel arrangements for one night in Aguas Calientes Town

Tickets to Machu Picchu Sanctuary and Wayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain.

Not Include


  • You can rent trekking poles you can rent from the company
  • Breakfast on day 1 is not included
  • Day 4 lunsh in aguas calintes
  • round trip ticket from aguas calintes to machu picchu  & machu picchu inca side to aguas calintes
  • machupichu mountain $ 70 USD
  • wayna picchu mountain $ 75 USD


  • Passport (your original that expires after you get back home)
  • original student card
  • backpack
  • sleeping bag
  • flash light
  • rain jacket
  • personal medical kit
  • insect repellent
  • short  pants treking shoes
  • bathing suit
  • warm clothes
  • water bottle
  • wool socks
  • toilet paper sandals
  • sun block cream, sun glasses
  • snacks
  • hat, gloves,
  • t-shirt, personal towel
  • extra money


  • Headlamp and camera with extra batteries
  • Sleeping bag and trekking poles (you can rent these from us)
  • Binoculars
  • Soap, towel, wet wipes, and toilet paper
  • Water bottle
  • Bug repellent


  • Socks
  • Casual and thermal undergarments
  • Hiking tops, pants, and shoes
  • An extra change of clothes for walking around Aguas Calientes Town and Machu Picchu Sanctuary
  • Rain jacket or poncho
  • Warm jacket, gloves, and hat
  • Brimmed hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen (we recommend broad spectrum water resistant 35 or greater.



  The Prices For This Trek Are Based on All Services From Your Pick up To The End of The Tour:

Number of people                         Prices per persone

  • 1-2 People                                    $ 620 USD Per Person
  • 3-5 People                                    $ 525 USD Per Person
  • 6-8 People                                    $ 485 USD Per Person
Students: discount of $20, but you have to supply us with a copy of your ISIC card when you make the booking. Children up to 15 years of age will be charged as students, under the condition that you supply us with a copy of the passport at the time of booking time. Note: A minimum of two people is required to run the trek, and there is a maximum of eight people per group.  

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