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Prices of the Principal local Inca Trail Tour Operators 2013 - Cusco Peru

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If you choose four day classic Inca trail, you have to start at KM 82 or KM 88. This KM thing is actually the distance indication of train truck .(so KM 88 is 6 miles away from KM 82.)  Then you walk four days and reach Machu Picchu. After you reach Machu Picchu you would go to Aguas Calientes city through Bus and to Cusco by train.

You may choose 2 days Inca trail. In this case you will start from Cusco by train and stop at KM 104. Then reach  original Inca trail at Winay wayna . Then go to Machu Picchu and come back to Cusco, through same way  as two days trail.

There are lot of tour operators in Peru now. These operators are offering different rate for 4 days or 2 days Inca trail hike. Now the competition is so intense some operators are offering very less amount of money to conduct a tour. So sometimes quality of the packages drops.

So it is very important that before selecting an operator you must check what they include in their packages. I suggest you to have a fair idea on all the items in the list that will cost you. You have to check which items are included in their packages. . So check everything before you choose your operator.

Inca Trail 04 Days

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Cost($)

Comment

1.

Inca Trail & Machu Picchu Entrance fee

60

Should always be included

2.

Bus from Machu Picchu to Augus Calientes

18

Some operators include, some does not

3.

Return Train  to Cusco-

if Expedition Train-

if Vistadome Train


110

140

Check which train they are offering

4.

Food

Check the number of meals provided by your operator

a.

Breakfast - 3 days

Most companies provide breakfast on -2nd, 3rd and 4th day

b.

Lunch - 3 days

Most companies provide boxed lunch on -1st day only

c.

Dinner- 3 days

Dinner is never provided on 4 th day, since you would reach at Cusco by then.

9.

Snacks/ Drinking water

-

Check what would be provided by your operator

Sleeping bag Usually trekker may hire it for  4 days
Snacks/ Drinking water Check what would be provided by your operator

*Usually trekkers pay tips, which is 5$-20$ from a whole group (never included in package)

Shor Inca Trail 02 days


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Item

Cost($)

Comment

1.

Inca Trail & Machu Picchu Entrance fee

60

Should always be included

2.

Bus from Machu Picchu to Augus Calientes

18

Some operators include, some does not

3.

Return to Cusco by train-

if Backpacker Train-

if Vistadome Train


102

140

Check which train they are offering

4.

Food

Check the number of meals provided by your operator

a.

Breakfast -

Most companies provide breakfast on -2nd day, as you are staying in a hotel in Aguas Calientes, you can have actually free breakfast there

b.

Lunch -

Most companies provide boxed lunch on -1st day only

c.

Dinner- none

not provided, since you would stay in Aguas Calientes on first night, you have to buy your own food

9.

Snacks/ Drinking water

-

Check what would be provided by your operator

*Usually trekkers pay tips, which is 5$-20$ from a whole group (never included in package)

Local Inca Trail Tour Operators - Grab the best prices and deals to Inca Trail to Machu picchu, offered by the various local tour operators and travel agents and choose according to your travel needs.

How do I compare the Inca trail prices & services of  the principal  local tour operators..

QENTE TRIP (USD $560)

www.qentetrip.com

A.T.&  JUNGLE S.A.C  ( ALL TREK ) (USD $459)

www.alltrekcusco.com

ANDEAN LIFE TOURS S.A.C. (USD $460)

www.andeanlifeperu.com

AVENTURE X-TREME TOURBULENCIA EN CUSCO E.I.R.L (USD $409)

www.arroyoincatrail.com

COLIBRI TRAVEL S.A.C. (USD $560)

www.colibritravel.com

CUSCO BIG FOOT TRAVEL AGENCY E.I.R.L.(USD $409)

www.bigfoot.com

INTI KUNTUR E.I.R.L.(USD $510)

www.intikuntur.com

LORETO TOURS E.I.R.L.(USD $440)

www.colibritravel.com

MELY TOURS PERU E.I.R.L.(USD $490)

www.colibritravel.com

ONLY ABROAD TREKKERS E.I.R.L(USD $499)

www.abroadtrekkers.com



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Item

Cost($)

Comment

1.

Inca Trail & Machu Picchu Entrance fee

88

Should always be included

2.

Bus from Machu Picchu to Augus Calientes

6

Some operators include, some does not

3.

Return to Cusco by train-

if Backpacker Train-

if Vistadome Train

46

66

Check which train they are offering

4.

Food

Check the number of meals provided by your operator

a.

Breakfast - 3 days

Most companies provide breakfast on -2nd, 3rd and 4th day

b.

Lunch - 3 days/4 days

Most companies provide lunch on -1st,2nd and  3rd day, if on 4th day  lunch is not provided you have to lunch on hotels at Aguas Calientes

c.

Dinner- 3 days

Dinner is never provided on 4 th day, since you would reach at Cusco by then.

5.

Porter Payment

paid by operators. But check the no of porters provided

6.

Personal Porter

30-40

If you hire personal porter, you have to pay yourself-it varies from operator to operator, so compare between operators

7.

Porter/Cook/Guide tips

Usually trekkers pay tips, which is 5$-10$ from a whole group (never included in package)

8.

Sleeping bag

10-15

Usually trekker may hire it for  4 days

9.

Snacks/ Drinking water

-

Check what would be provided by your operator

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