moon stone trek to machu picchu 5 days
moon stone trek to machu picchu 5 days

Moonstone Trek To Machu Picchu 5D/4N

Moonstone Trek  is Off The Beaten Track

Moonstone Trek, is one of the alternative hiking to Machupicchu as a inca path Peru, on this trek your are going to enjoy the nature  because on this trek we have llamas and alpacas Which is are along of this off the beaten track  to Inca trail and Machupicchu ruins. Our inca site  as a sun gate, Ollantaytambo, inca quarry or the stonemason place in cachiccata Ollantaytambo. Moonstone Trek  is amazing path and all trail lead to Machupicchu, This Inca trail is for all people who want to hike in a peace place just mountain and your teammate.

Our Briefing To Moon Stone Trek

One day before to leaving to Moonstone Trek we will provide you ample information regarding your upcoming 5 days trek and any other details that you would like with us.


Day 1: Cusco – Mollepata – Soraypampa – Soyrococha (6 km/3.7 miles

We will pick you up from your hotel the morning of our first day and begin our journey by observing the Moonstone Temple (Killarumiyuc, in Quechua) located at Pampa de Anta, 3,391 meters above sea level (masl). We will continue on to Wata, the beginning of our 8 – 9 hour trek, which will wind up the mountainside past pre-Inca construction at 3,850 meters about sea level. Before continuing to base camp, we will take a moment to practice the tradition of leaving an offering (kh’inthu) of coca leaves to the mountains. On our way to our base camp, Chillipawa, at 3,750 meters about sea level, we will enjoy stunning landscapes of high altitude medicinal and native plants, alongside locals using the land for agricultural purpose and to graze their livestock.  At Chillipawa, hot showers will be available in the evening. MEALS Lunch/tea time/dinner+snacks Lowest Elevation: 3,230 meters Highest Elevation: 3,750 meters Approximate walking time 8 hours Distance to walk: 11 km Difficulty: Moderate trek Campnig:  Chillipawa village.

Day 2: Chillipawa – Chancachuco Pampa (8 km/5 miles, 7 hours)

The second day of our trek is a gentle zigzag up the mountainside, passing farmlands and tree-speckled slopes until we arrive at our lunch site, Pukaccasa Pampa, and the highest point of our trek at 4,535 meters about sea level. As we make our way down to our campsite in Chancachuco Pampa at 3,900 meters about sea level after a 7 hour walk, we will be surrounded by snow-capped peaks and glaciers with red and black mountain rocks in the background of grassy pastures with llamas and horses. MEALS Breakfast/lunch/tea time/dinner+snacks Lowest Elevation: 3,750 meters Highest Elevation: 4,535 meters Distance to walk: 10 km Approximate walking time:  7 hours Difficulty: challenging Camping: Chancachuco pampa.

Day 3: Chancachuco Pampa – Choquetacarpa Pampa (11 km/6.8 miles, 9 – 10 hours)

The third day of our trek, an 7 – 8 hour walk, follows a river into a breathtaking Canyon of Cchuro at 3,700 meters about sea level, lined with steep cliffs of black rocks and water trickling down the sides. As we leave the canyon, our view opens into a dramatic landscape of rolling pastures of the Sacred Valley with the snow-capped mountains on the horizon, Arequipa, Veronica, and Onura Punta, regarded by locals as deities. Our final ascent of approximately an hour will lead us to the Temple for the Mountain Veronica at 3,900 meters about sea level, known as Wakaywillka in Quechua, or Sacred Tears in English. Cchosikhasa, a small plateau in view of the temple and icy peaks, will be our lunch area. An hour descent will lead us to our campsite at Choquetacarpo Pampa, 3,750 meters about sea level, with a spectacular view of ancient ruins to one side, and the Sacred Valley, surrounded by the sprawling mountain range, to the other.  Here, too, there will be hot showers available in the evening. MEALS Breakfast/lunch/tea time/dinner+snack Lowest Elevation:  3,700 meters Highest Elevation: 3,900 meters Distance to walk: 11 km Approximate time: 8 hours Difficulty: challenging and moderate Campnig: choketacarpo  cachiccata.

Day 4: Choquetacarpo Pampa – Cachiccata – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes (8 km/5 miles, 4 hours)

From our campsite, we will descend through the Quarries of Cachiccata, where the pink granite rock was harvested for construction of the Sun Temple in Ollantaytambo, several kilometers away. Here we will learn about the process of cutting and transporting these rocks over such challenging distances and terrain. In Ollantaytambo at 2,800 meters about sea level, we will have time to explore markets and Inka-era buildings, which are still used today, before boarding the train for Aguas Calientes Town, 2,040 meters about sea level, where we will stay for one night. MEALS Breakfast/ Box lunch/ dinner Lowest Elevation: 3,670 meters Lowest  Elevation: 2,929 meters Approximate walking time: 5 hours Difficulty. easy Area: ollantaytambo town to  (aguas calientes town by train).

Day 5: Aguas Calientes Town – Machu Picchu – Cusco

The best time to go to the Machu Picchu Sanctuary is early in the morning, when we will have a guided tour of about 2.5 hours. You will have time to freely explore the sanctuary and the option of walking up to one of the overlooks, Wayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain, with picturesque views of Machu Picchu Sanctuary below. After returning to Aguas Calientes Town by bus, we will board the train for Ollantaytambo, and transfer to our bus, headed back to Cusco.


  • Professional guide who speaks English, Spanish, and inca language
  • Briefing in your hotel one day before your trek to explain our road and other detail
  • Transfer from airport to your hotel
  • Transfer from your hotel to airport after your trip
  • Train ticket from ollantaytambo to aguas calientes
  • Train ticket from machupicchu to ollantaytambo
  • One night hotel in machu picchu town
  • Entrance ticket to machu picchu
  • Tickets round trip bus from aguas calientes to machu picchu
  • Mattress
  • Two people tent
  • Kitchen tent
  • Dining tent with tables and chairs
  • Toilet tent
  • Professional Chef
  • Horses to carry all the equipement( food tents chairs table..)
  • Duffle bag  for your  personal gear 8kls  and a horse that will carry your personal belonging in all of the trek
  • Emergency horse in case we need it
  • Three breakfasts  four lunch and four 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. Hot meals are prepared fresh, on-site!

  • Three Breakfast on days
  • four 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

Van/bus transportation

  • Transportation to and from your hotel at the beginning and end of your trek
  • Transfer from airport to your hotel
  • Transfer from your hotel to airport after your trip
  • Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes Town and back
  • Hotel arrangements for one night in Aguas Calientes Town
  • Transportation from Aguas Calientes Town to Machu Picchu Sanctuary and back
  • Tickets to Machu Picchu Sanctuary and Wayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain.

Not Include

Not Included on Moon Stone Trek To Machu Picchu

  • Breakfast on day 1 is not included
  • Lunch on day 5 is not included
  • You can rent trekking poles and/or sleeping bags from us

  What to bring for Moonstone Trek

  • Original Passport
  • Tips for our crew members


  • 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 SPF).



  • People   $ 550 USD  Per Person.
  • People    $ 500 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.  

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