The Lost City Of The Incas 8 Days - 7 Nights

(Discount with valid green ISIC card / SAE Members 10%)
Maximum 8 Participants per one Tour Guide
Minimum 2 Participants

From the time of the Conquest until 1572, the remnants of the Inca civilization inhabited what is now the zone of Vilcabamba, a region of mountains and jungles between the Urubamba and Apurimac rivers. We offer a unique large expedition, off the beaten path into the Vilcabamba regions, considered the lost Capital of the Incas during the Conquest time. Today the essence of Vilcabamba remains unchanged. A strange mixture of quiet beauty and shrouded mystery everywhere, the countryside is strewn with evidence of the once powerful Inca. During the adventure trek will let you visit several Andean towns, archaeological sites and also enjoying the beautiful local flora and fauna. On the way there are archaeological sites such as ñusta Hispana, classical square lined with massive Inca stone work. Vitcos is dominating the last residence of Manco Inca. Vilcabamba trek is the entering to the hearth of the jungle, mostly covered by thick overgrowth and many species of orchids and also the specie of birds such as “cock of the rock” (national bird of Peru).
All These simple fact continues to attract the adventurous hikers to explorer the most extremely landscape surrounding by mountains covered with glacier, remote and rarely Andean and jungle villages, where the locals still keeping the ancient radition and their daily activities to continue show us the real live becoming from the lost city of the Incas.


  1. Private minibus from Cusco/Cachora/Cusco
  2. Official English speaking guide
  3. Entrance fees to the ruins
  4. Horsemen and mules to carry the camping equipment and foods
  5. Extra horse for emergency
  6. All meals on the trek
  7. Water supply (boiled) after every dinner or breakfast
  8. Camping equipment (tent and mattress)
  9. Dining ten and cooking tent
  10. Tables and chairs camp
  11. Camping equipment and food for our porters
  12. Trekking price includes government sales taxe (19% as known IGV)

If this is your first time going to the Andes or High Mountains we recommend getting information about the ALTITUDE SICKNESS, see below some websites recommend by High Mountain doctors and scientists from over the world.
ISMM – International Society For Mountain Medicine
MEDEX – Medical Expeditions


Every night keep everything locked up in your tents to prevent any problems with robberies.


Availability only in the dry season, from April to November.


  1. Alcoholics drinks
  2. Sleeping Bag
  3. Breakfast on the first day
  4. Tips for guide and camp staff.


  1. Small backpack
  2. Rain jacket or poncho (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Arequipa/Peru)
  3. Tennis shoes
  4. One complete change of clothing
  5. Water bottle and purification tablets (Micropur are recommended and can be bought in local pharmacies in Peru)
  6. Flashlight and batteries
  7. Hat or cap to protect you from the sun
  8. Sun block (sun protection cream)
  9. Insect repellent
  10. Toiletries, towel and toilet paper
  11. Selection of small snacks, chocolate, dried fruit, biscuits etc,
  12. Camera, plenty of film and spare batteries
  13. Sunglasses
  14. Swimsuit (for the hot springs)
  15. Extra money (soles).
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