Inca Trail + Lares + Machu Picchu 4 Days.



The Lares Trek tour begins at 6:00 AM with a pick-up location that is set during your meeting with us in our office the day beforehand.

From the pick-up location, we will travel to Lorenzo’s lodge where we serve the first breakfast (buffet style) and from there, continue on to the small town of Lares (3,100 meters above sea level) with a travel time of about 3 hours. Upon arrival, we will head directly to the medicinal thermal baths to enjoy some relaxation time. After lunch, a long walk of approximately 4 hours to the campsite of Huacawasi (3,900 meters above sea level) awaits us.

On the way, we will pass through incredibly beautiful Andean scenery and a few small towns where we will have the opportunity to learn a bit more about the High-Andean culture. Once we arrive at the campsite, we will eat dinner and receive an informational about ancestral knowledge related to Incan

After breakfast, we begin our longest and most difficult day of the entire trip (lares trek) with a hike lasting 7-8 hours. The first 3 hours will be a continuous ascent to the highest point of our journey – the Ipsay Pass at 4,490 meters above sea level.

During the entire ascent, you will have the opportunity to pass through truly indigenous Andean towns, learn about their culture and traditions, as well as see alpacas, llamas, vizcachas (Peruvian hares) and if we have luck, the occasional condor that passes through the area.

At the top of the pass, our guide will explain a bit more about the region and the importance that those mountains held within Incan religious practices. After descending from the pass for the following 40 minutes, we will arrive at the Ipsaycocha Laguna and eat lunch. After lunch and a well-deserved break, we will continue to the Patacancha village from here, Lorenzo Expeditions provide you a car and in few minutes we will arrive to our second camp also will then eat dinner and our guide will hold an informational meeting about the next day of the tour.

After our energetic breakfast, we will travel to Ollantaytambo train station.

The train will take us to km. 104. It is here that will begin our hike today we will pass through Chachabamba, an Incan archaeological site with an altitude of 2250 masl. or 7,381.89 ft. We will continue with our ascent until we reach Wiñay Wayna our second archaeological site, where we will have a guided tour.

Throughout the journey you will appreciate the beautiful views of the Urubamba River as well as the great variety of vegetation of this nature reserve (historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu).
We will have lunch, Box Lunch style, after which continue with our hike to the Sun Gate, “INTI PUNKU” where we will have the first panoramic view of Machu Picchu.

After a short stop for a few photographs and a short explanation we begin to descend to the Inca citadel. It is here where we will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sunset over Machu Picchu.

Then we take the bus down to the town of Aguas Calientes where our hotel is located.

After dinner our guide we will coordinate the last details for our visit to Machu Picchu the next day.

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f you desire to climb Mt. Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain you will need make reservations 3 months prior to your trip. There is an additional fee US $ 65 We will get up very early to explore the wonder of the Machu Picchu world.

You will have a two-hour guided tour of this great ancient city where you will visit the temples, enclosures, sacred fountains, terraces, etc.

You will then have a free time to explore Machu Picchu. If you made your reservations ahead of time, you will be able to climb the Mt. Huayna Picchu Mountain or the Machu Picchu Mountain after your guided tour.

After you have finished exploring Machu Picchu you will return by bus to the town of Aguas Calientes where you will take the train to Ollantaytambo.

In Ollantaytambo our private transportation will be waiting for you to take you to your hotel in the city of Cusco.

End of our services.

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What is included?

  • Private car from Cusco to Lares.(Breakfast).
  • Cook Tents and camping mattresses.
  • Mules and the equipment, duffle bag to carry 5 kg of your things. in Lares.
  • First Aid Kit.
  • 01 night accommodation in Aguas Calientes (Day 3).
  • 02 nights camping: EUREKA K2-XT tents.
  • Entry to hot spring in Lares.
  • 03 breakfasts=B, 03 Lunches=L and 03 Dinners=D
  • Snacks during the 2 days.
  • An experienced, bilingual Adventure Guide.
  • Guided tour in Machupichu 02 hours.
  • Tourist train from Ollantaytambo to 104km.
  • Round trip bus from Aguas Calientes-Machu Picchu-Aguas Calientes.
  • Aguas Calientes tourist train to Ollantaytambo in the afternoon.
  • Private Transportation from Ollanta to Cusco.
  • Professional guide.
  • Entrance tickets to the Inka Trail.
  • Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu.
  • Especified meals:
  • Oxygen.
  • Hiking Sticks.

Not included

  • A Personal Carrier, if you would like a porter there is an additional fee of $100 and a 15 kg limit.
  • Meals on the last day.
  • Huayna Picchu or Mountain Machu Picchu tickets.
  • Drinks.
  • Tips.

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What to bring to the inca trail?

  • We recommend carrying only the necessary luggage for the four days of the tour. Large backpacks with equipment that are not needed for the expedition should be left in the city of Cusco (at your hotel or in our main office).
  • A small backpack of 30 to 60 liters capacity, remember that a large part of your belongings (08 kg) will go with the porters.
  • Original Passport
  • Hiking boots
  • Waterproof clothing
  • 04 T-Shirts
  • 02 or 03 trekking pants (fast drying).
  • Sunscreen.
  • Repellent for mosquitoes (30% Deet or more).
  • A light sweater
  • Flips flops
  • Hat or cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Warm jacket (of feather or fiber).
  • Pants and thermal pole (first layer).
  • Canteen
  • Personal medications.
  • Flashlight.
  • The most friendly and positive attitude possible.
  • Personal hygiene items: Wet wipes, toothpaste and toothbrush

Important Information

  • BRIEFING. A day before the tour, Lorenzo Expeditions holds a meeting where we will give you all the details of our trip. You will also meet our guides and all the participants of the expedition. Our meeting will take place at the “Estancia Imperial Restaurant” in Suecia Street 320, where we will also offer you welcome snacks.
  • CAMPING TEAM:  Rest is essential for an expedition of this type for which Lorenzo Expeditions fully committed to your safety and comfort to choose the best and most complete camping equipment, all of the highest range.
    • Tent: Eureka K2-XT brand 4 stations designed for 04 people where only 02 passengers will sleep for greater comfort, all are thermal and waterproof.
    • Mattresses: Lorenzo Expeditions unlike other operators includes 02 types of mats, one of foam that serves to isolate the passenger from the ground and the other is an inflatable mattress brand Therm-a-rest (neo air trekker).
    • Sleeping bag: Specially designed to withstand the climates of this route.
    • Canes: These will be very helpful to complete the hike, the sticks that Lorenzo Expeditions provides are brand BLACK DIAMOND model TRAIL PRO SHOCK TREKKING POLES.
    • A Duffle bag (walk briefcase): You will be given a duffle bag the day of our group meeting (day before the tour) in which you can pack up to 08 kg of your luggage with our team of Porters, this duffle bag is taken from camp to camp
    • Dining tent: designed in waterproof fabric for the tranquility of our customers during all our meals.
    • Carp bathroom with portable toilet: both for the exclusive use of our group, maximum 08 people per bathroom tent.
    • Kitchen Tent: Used only by our professional chefs to prepare the most delicious foods.
    • Tables and chairs.
    • Complete kitchen utensils.
  • EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT COMMUNICATION:  Communication radios: Motorola brand model DEP-450 all with digital format for better communication between the guide and our support group, while the radios are connected to the SERNARP channels (GUARDAPARQUE that they are found along the Inca trail) In case some type of help is required in case of emergency.
  • GUIDES.  This staff is carefully recruited and selected, and then trained and adapted to the service culture of Lorenzo Expeditions.
  • Our guides are the most competitive in the area and they all work with us permanently (more than eight years). They are certified and certified professionals by the government and are constantly trained by national and international entities for a better development in the different areas of action and situations. The maximum number of passengers per guide is eight.
  • FOOD.  In recent years, Peruvian cuisine has positioned itself among the best in the world. With this in mind, our executive chef has designed a balanced menu. We have vegetarian menus, celiac and menus with food restrictions that you must request at the time of booking. Throughout the expedition they will be provided with purified water and snacks
    • Private transportation to the start of the Inca Trail: KM82
    • Bus descending from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
    • Tourist train * from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo.
    • Pick up from the Ollantaytambo station and transfer to your hotel in Cusco.
    • * The train schedule will be confirmed at the time of buying the tour
  • PORTERS:  They will be our best allies to carry out this challenge, they come from the town of Patacancha, located in the middle of the Peruvian Andesand are more accustomed to walking in high altitude. They will be responsible for bringing all our logistic items for the hike: camping equipment and food in addition to carrying 8kg of personal items of each client. They will be waiting for us at the start of our expedition at kilometer 82.
  • CERTIFICATIONS. Our 2018 certifications:
    • First Aid International Red Cross.
    • First aid in remote locations American Safety & Health Institute.
  • RESCUE TEAM. In the event of contingencies, Lorenzo Expeditions has a response plan and personnel trained in rescue work.
  • VERY IMPORTANT: Our itinerary is based on spaces granted by the government for the proper use of the Inca Trail, last minute reservations could generate changes in our itinerary, mainly in the camp sites
  • Medicine: If you have any medical prescription, bring your medicines with you. Also, it is recommended to take pills to prevent high altitude sickness such as: Coramina, Aspirina, Diamox, Sorojchi pill, Acetazolamide, among others. Finally, take anti-blister gel to prevent blisters on the soles of the feet caused by constant walking.
  • Digital camera with external memory of 2 and 4 gigabytes (optional).
  • SPF 60 sunscreen (UVB-UVA) waterproof.
  • Canteen or bottle: This helps us contribute to the NO POLLUTION of the environment. These bottles will be supplied with water every day
  • Extra money to buy some drinks during the hike (optional). If you decide to stay overnight in Aguas Calientes, you should consider taking cash to the area, since the money in ATMs runs out quickly. Preferably bring Peruvian soles with you.
  • The rhythm of the group and the climatic factors can affect the beginning of the guided tour in the Machu Picchu citadel (scheduled between 8:00 am and 9:30 am); therefore, this may cause you to leave your guided tour to make your ascent to the Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain “see details.”
  • If the passenger requires an extra Carrier (additional cost), he must request it at the moment of making the reservation, because the field personnel must pay the entrances fee to hike the Inca Trail. If you need additional luggage, an additional fee of $130 USD will be charged and the porter maximum carrying weight is 15kg. The extra fee covers the entrance fee, transportation and food for the porter.
  • For all our expeditions Lorenzo Expeditions provides shared tents (designed for 04 people but used only by 02 passengers). For those passengers who want more comfort and privacy we have the option of offering personal tents. The extra cost for this service is US $ 60.00. This service must be requested at the time of making your reservation.


I would do this tour over and over for the rest of my life if I could! I loved the biking, white water rafting, hiking and ziplining! We met many great lovely locals along the way,ate delicious food and explored the wildnerness of Peru! Our guide Wilbert was super expeienced and knowledgable and really had our backs at all times. It was the perect blend of everything you want in a tour. Read more

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