Design your unique journey from an exciting list of adventure and cultural immersion activities


We designed this unique experience for travelers who would like to experience authentic Andean culture and traditions, exploring the sacred Inca ruins with breathtaking views over the Sacred Valley and the city of Machupicchu.

Participating in ceremonies and initiations. Offerings to Mother Earth, Great Initiations, Munay-ki or Ayni despacho, Hatun Karpay, Nusta Karpay) led by the Q´ero master and his wife surrounded by powerful Apus (mountain spirits).


Duration : 14 DAY/13NIGHTS
Difficulty : MEDIUM


In the morning we fly to Cusco. the capital of the Incan Empire located high in the Andes Mountains. Your Peruvian guide will meet you at the airport to take you in a private bus to the hotel. You will have plenty of time to settle into your comfortable rooms, drink coca leaf tea, enjoy a healthy lunch and unpack. Our welcome and orientation will follow. This will be a slow and relaxing day giving us time to acclimate to the high altitude and adjust to our Andean Mountain surroundings. Breakfast and lunch are included.  We spend the night in Cusco.


This morning we visit Tambomachay,Pucapucara, then we will  walk down to the “templo de la Luna”. an Inca ceremonial site dedicated to the worship of moon goddess “Quilla. Next we will visit Qenko, one of the finest examples of a rock artfully carved.We finish the morning tour at Sacsayhuaman (The Royal House of the Sun).

In the afternoon ater lunch we will visit Qoricancha (the Temple of the Sun), and the cathedral. Breakfast and lunch are included.  We spend the night in Cusco





Today we’ll go to Killarumiyok (The Moon Stone) to participate in an MUNAY- KI or AYNI Despacho. MUNAY-KI, are rites of initiation to become a person of power, vision and wisdom. DESPACHO, is an offering to honor Pachamama (mother earth) or to the Apus (mountains) composed of natural items such as carnation flowers, coca leaves, candies, figurines, etc. KARPAY, is the transmission of energy seeds into the body. Breakfast and lunch are included. We spend the night in Cusco.



Today we start by taking you to the train station to board the train that will take us to Km 104 on the Cusco – Machu Picchu railroad (starting point of the hike).  The first stop on the hike is the Chachabamba Archaeological Complex, located very close to the trail control point.  Then we embark upon an 8 km (5 miles) ascending trail, which after 4 hours takes us to the impressive archaeological complex of Winaywayna. We eat a box lunch here.

We then continue to climb to Intipunku. This will take an hour of hiking along a trail of flat stones on the edges of cliffs in highland jungle.  From this fabulous spot, we may gaze at the sacred citadel of Machupicchu.  From Intipunku we descend to Machu Picchu and then by bus to Aguas Calientes where you will check into your hotel.  Dinner will be at a great local restaurant. Breakfast and Box lunch are included. We spend the night in Aguas Calientes.

  • Meals: Breakfast/Box Lunch /Dinner
  • Maximum altitude: 2,745m /9,005 ft.
  • Minimum Altitude: 2,040 m /6,691 ft.
  • Distance to walk: 13 km /8 miles
  • Approximate walking time: 5-6 hours
  • Level of Difficulty: moderate


It is an early start to Machupicchu to see the sunrise over this magnificent ancient city!  We take the first bus up to Machupicchu and have a fully guided tour around 2 hours long.  After the tour you have plenty of free-time to explore the citadel on your own and maybe even climb Huaynapicchu or Inca Bridge.  Afterwards, you can come back down to the town on a bus for lunch.  Your extra time in the citadel is dependent on your return train time.  In the afternoon we take the train back to Ollantaytambo where our driver will be waiting to transfer you back to your hotel in Cusco.  Breakfast and lunch are included. We spend the night in Cusco.


The Q´eros ethnic group of only approximately 600 people has been largely hidden in the Andes for the past 500 years with little contact with the Peruvian government and the Catholic Church. This allowed them to maintain their ancient spiritual knowledge as it originates directly from the Incas. Mining companies are currently threatening the habitat and cultural heritage of the Q’eros.

Today early in the morning we travel southeast from Cusco, to see the most important Natural God of the Vilcanota Mountains: Ausangate Mountain (just under 21,000 ft.). We first arrive to Ocongate town, and then we continue to the trail head Chuachua. Here we’ll meet the rest of our trek team and pack the horses. After walking some hours observing children shepherding herds of llama and alpacas,   we’ll arrive at the Hatun Qeros nation (9,500 ft.). Here you’ll be introduced to the inhabitants of Qeros. Afterwards you can wander off and explore at your own pace seeing the real Andean life of this unexplored community. There we will set up our campsite. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included. We spend the night in tents.


Today we hike 2 hours to a powerful mountain where we will participate in another Despacho ceremony and HATUN KARPAY. Transmition led by the Qero master and his wife surrounded by powerful Apus (mountain spirits). Afterwards we will hike back 1.5 hours to the Hatun Qero village where we will participate in a local Q´ero dinner and sleep in a tent to the sound of absolute silence. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included. We spend the night in tents.


In the morning we start trekking to the Cocha Moqo village. We will observe the women weave Andean clothes by hand using the traditional technique inherited from Incas.  We’ll have lunch and take our private transportation back to Cusco. Breakfast and lunch are included. We spend the night in Cusco.

DAY 9 : CUSCO - RAQCHI (free half day in cusco)

After breakfast enjoy a free half day in Cusco. In the afternoon we travel south of Cusco to Raqchi, an Archeological Site built in the 15th century and considered one of the most audacious Inca constructions. Here we’ll visit the astonishing “Wiracocha Temple.” Breakfast, lunch dinner are included. We spend the night in Raqchi.


Here we participate in our last Despacho ceremony, the Ñusta Karpay, Quechua words meaning “Seven Initiations of the Priestess.”  These beautiful and authentic initiations integrate the sacred energies, infusing us with vital living feminine energy and supporting the power of creation bringing balance and harmony in the world.

From Raqchi we travel to the Circuit of South along the Sacred Valley to visit the Archeological Site of Sillustani (elev. 3,900 m/12,795 ft.) Sillustani stands on Lake Umayo (Enchanted Lake). We will see the ancient Chullpas or “Funerary Towers.” This cemetery not only contrasts the world of the living with the world of the dead, but also embraces the spiritual aspect of facing the sun and the lake. Breakfast and lunch are included. We spend the night in Puno


This morning we’ll visit Chucuito, one of the oldest towns in the region. Here, you will visit the exciting ancient Temple of Fertility. This is a small temple with dozens of meter-high stone penises planted in the earth. The temple continues to work its magic as the local women still sneak into the temple at night, with coca leaves and chicha, to perform a ceremony designed to help them to become pregnant. After we’ll visit the Doorway of Aramu Muru.  This is a pre‐Incan rock structure considered an interdimensional gateway to the spirit world. Breakfast and lunch are included. We spend the night in Puno.



We travel via motorboat to the Uros Island.  This is a man-made floating island made from the “totora” reeds.  The island is the home of the Uros tribe, a pre-Inca civilization.  Here we commune with the locals and learn more about their way of living.  Colorful textiles and other goods will be offered to purchase.  Next we go to Amantani Island located at 12,500ft above sea level to visit the pre-Incan Temple of Pachatata. We spend the night in Amantani with a local family.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included.


Today we return to the City of Puno after breakfast.  Puno is located at the edge of Lake Titicaca.  This is an important agricultural and livestock region of Peru specializing especially in  South American camelids (llamas and alpacas) which graze on its immense plateaus and plains.  Puno has been named the Folklore Capital of Peru from its wealth of artistic and cultural expressions, particularly dance. In Puno you’ve a relaxed day to explore.  Breakfast is included. We spend the night in Puno. 


After breakfast we travel to Juliaca in Puno city, where we take our 1.5 hour flight to Lima. Breakfast is included


Services Included:

  • All transfers
  • Domestic air tickets
  • Entrance fees to all sites visited
  • English / Spanish speaking guide. All our guides are officially licensed tourist guides trained in first aid
  • All guided excursions described in the itinerary
  • Qero master and his wife for all ceremonies
  • Accommodation on double occupancy with private bath in the selected hotel category
  • All specified meals. Vegetarian option is available with no extra charge
  • Pre-trek briefing before the Short Inca Trail trek
  • Roundtrip train tickets on InkaRail/Expedition Train
  • 3x Bus Tickets to / from Machupicchu
  • Entrance permits into the Inca Trail and Machupicchu
  • 1-night homestay at Amantani island
  • First-aid kit including emergency oxygen tank for all tours
  • Private Motor boat transportation
  • Expert chef and assistant chef
  • All meals during the trek (Buffet Style Peruvian Cuisine). We also cater for vegetarians and various dietary requirements
  • Boiled water to fill in your bottles each morning.
  • 7kg Personal luggage allowance to put on the horses –extra clothes, sleeping bag (you just need to carry a small daypack with everything you will need during the day).
  • Personal Duffle Bags for your extra luggage to put on the horse
  • Spacious tents / Thermarest Inflatable Mattress and pillow
  • Toilet tent with portable toilet
  • Horses to carry the group equipment (food, tents, tables, etc.)
  • Emergency horse in case we need it
  • Emergency Oxygen bottle and first aid kit

Services not included:

  • International Flights
  • Airport taxes
  • Sleeping Bag (can be rented from us)
  • Hiking poles (can be rented from us)
  • Climb up Huaynapicchu Mnt or Machupicchu Mnt – $25 payable in advance for permit
  • Meals other than those specified in the itinerary
  • Gratuities for your staff
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)
  • Extra expenses originated in itinerary changes or others due to force majeure or other circumstances beyond Peru Wind Travels control

Optional Rentals

  • Hiking poles – US$15.00 (pair)
  • Sleeping bag – US$20.00



  • Clothing: long trousers, convertible pants or shorts, long and short-sleeved T-shirts or shirts, cotton socks. Warm clothes for high altitude areas ( Cusco, Qeros, Puno), especially at night, including sweaters / fleeces and a jacket.
  • Rain gear or poncho (you can buy a basic one in Cusco), especially if visiting in the months November to April
  • Comfortable footwear, trekking boots recommended
  • Camera, films
  • Hat or cap to protect you from the sun, cold and rain
  • Sun block (high factor)
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent - minimum recommended 20% DEET - no malaria risk has been reported
  • Personal toiletries and medications
  • Original passport and passport photocopies

Terms & Conditions

Payment / Deposit

Dear travelers,
Thank you so much for sharing your adventure with PERU WIND TRAVELS!

To reserve any of our services, the customer must submit his or her personal information and a deposit. The following personal information is required:

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  • Date of Birth
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  • Gender
  • Passport number
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The substitution of a passenger

If some member of the group cannot travel it is possible to transfer the booking to another person if written notification is given at least 30 days in advance before the departure. NOTE: Bookings for the Inca Trail Programs are non-refundable and non-transferable.


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Starting the day we receive the written notification…

  • 29 to 22 days before arrival: 60% loss of the whole price of the trip.
  • 21 to 9 days before arrival: 80% loss of the whole price of the trip.
  • 8 to 0 days before arrival: 100% loss of the whole price of the trip.

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It is the responsibility of the individual traveler to secure the adequate documentation before booking a tour with us. The customer must be in possession of a valid passport with at least six months of validity after the entrance date and have all the required visas for the whole trip. Any information or advice given by Peru Wind Travels about visas, vaccinations, weather, clothes, luggage, special equipment, etc., is given in good faith, not authoritatively. The agency will not be held responsible for any of this type of advice.

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It is expected that all participants in the tours operated by PERU WIND TRAVELS obey the laws and rules of the visited countries.

It is expected that all passengers ensure that they are physically capable of enduring the rigors of the high-altitude trek/tour they have chosen before making the booking. It is advised that anyone over the age of 60 obtain their physician’s authorization to participate in such a trek/tour.

Children (ages 3-17) are welcome on our trips as long as they are accompanied by their parents or legal guardian.  Older adolescents (15-17) are permitted to be accompanied by a responsible adult who is not a parent or guardian (i.e. teacher)   

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Disease or discapacity

Any person who suffers from a disease or incapacity or is in treatment for any physical or medical condition must declare the true nature of this condition at the moment of booking and make the necessary arrangements for treatments and/or medicine during the trip.  Failure to disclose such information at booking will result in exclusion from the tour and loss of all fees for the trip.


We recommend getting travel medical insurance.  We do not offer or include an accident insurance policy for trips. However, in case of sickness, accident, or medical emergency we will contact a physician to provide immediate medical assistance or hospitalization if necessary. In the case of a necessary emergency evacuation, all costs are assumed by the traveler.


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