Classic Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu 5 days

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The 5-days classic Salkantay to Machu Picchu

The Salkantay Trek provides an exciting alternative to the traditional Inca Trail for reaching Machu Picchu. This trek takes adventurers through the imposing Salkantay Pass at 4600 meters above sea level, descending through the mysterious cloud forest and passing by the ancient Inca ruins of Llactapata, offering breathtaking views of the legendary Machu Picchu citadel. And finally, we will visit the Inca city of Machu Picchu on the last day.

Though less traveled than the Inca Trail, the Salkantay Trek is equally captivating, providing an unforgettable experience for adventure and nature lovers.

Also known as the Salcantay Trek, this hike has been recognized among the top 25 hikes in the world by National Geographic Adventure Travel magazine. The area around Mount Salkantay offers spectacular views, and the subsequent descent to 1000 meters above sea level is impressive and not too steep.

  • Day 01: Cusco | Mollepata - Soraypampa "Sky Lodge" - Humantay Lake
  • Day 02: Salkantay Pampa – Salkantay Pass - Huayracmachay – Collpapampa "Sky Lodge"
  • Day 03: Collapapampa – Coffee route - Santa Teresa - Lucmabamba "Sky Lodge"
  • Day 04: Lucmabamba – Llactapata - Hidroelectrica - Machu Picchu town
  • Day 05: Machu Picchu | Cusco

Day 1 | Salkantay

Mollepata - Soraypampa "Sky Lodge" - Humantay Lake

Humantay lake

We'll start our journey from your Cusco hotel bright and early at 4:30 a.m., heading towards Mollepata, which will take about 3.5 hours. After a quick breakfast (not included), we'll continue to Challacancha (elevation: 3,800 m / 12,467 ft.), where our hike to Soraypampa (elevation: 3,900 m / 12,795 ft.) begins. Along the way, we'll be treated to breathtaking views of the Peruvian Andes.

Once we reach Soraypampa, we'll head to the "Sky Lodges" campsite for a delicious lunch prepared by our local chef. Then, we'll embark on a trek to Humantay Lake (elevation: 4,200 m / 13,780 ft.). Here, we'll marvel at the stunning turquoise lake surrounded by majestic snow-capped peaks and mountains.

After enjoying the beauty of Humantay Lake and capturing some unforgettable photos, we'll return to our campsite at Soraypampa - Sky Lodge (elevation: 3,900 m / 12,795 ft.). There, we'll relax with an evening tea and spend the night, getting ready for the exciting adventures awaiting us on day two of our Salkantay journey.

  • Meals: Lunch, snacks, afternoon tea and dinner
  • Difficulty: Easy / Moderate
  • Total distance: 9 km / 5.5 mi
  • Estimated walking time: 5 hours
  • Maximum altitude: 4 200 m. / 13 780 ft.
  • Accomodation: Soraypampa Sky Lodge (3 900m. / 12 795 ft.)

Day 2 | Salkantay

Salkantay Pampa – Salkantay Pass – Huayracmachay – Collpapampa "Sky Lodge"

Salkantay Mountain & pass

On the second day of the Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu, we face the toughest and coldest part of the journey. However, waking up amidst the awe-inspiring snow-capped peaks makes it all worthwhile. We'll start with a stunning sunrise at Soraypampa, followed by hot drinks and a hearty breakfast prepared by our mountain chefs. Then, we'll begin our ascent towards the challenging Salkantay Pass (elevation: 4630 m / 15190 ft.), tackling a steep and zigzagging trail for about 3-4 hours. While the thin air and tough terrain pose challenges, those in good physical shape and acclimated to the altitude can conquer the pass. For those needing extra assistance, we offer the option of horseback riding.

After a well-deserved break and plenty of photos next to the breathtaking snow-capped peak, we'll descend from the pass towards Wayracmachay (elevation: 3850 m / 12631 ft.), where we'll enjoy a delicious lunch. Our journey continues to Challway and eventually leads us to our campsite in Collpapampa (elevation: 2950 m / 9678 ft.). Along the way, we'll pass through quaint villages and scattered campsites, providing glimpses into local life amidst these rugged natural surroundings. After an evening of tea, dinner, and relaxation, we'll prepare ourselves for the adventures that lie ahead on the next day of our trek.

  • Meals: Breakfast, water, lunch, snacks, afternoon tea and dinner
  • Difficulty: Moderate / Challenge
  • Total distance: 22.5 km / 13.9 mi
  • Estimated walking time: 8 hours
  • Maximum altitude: 4630 m. / 15190 ft. (Salkantay Pass)
  • Accomodation: Collpapampa Sky Lodges (2950 m. / 9678 ft.)

Day 3 | Salkantay

Collapapampa – Granadilla – La Playa – Santa Teresa – Lucmabamba "Sky Lodge"

Salkantay Coffee experience

After a delightful breakfast, we'll venture into the Santa Teresa River valley, passing through more populated rural areas. We'll stroll past banana, passion fruit, avocado, and coffee plantations, with the latter renowned as the world's best organic coffee.

Our journey will lead us to the captivating "Inca Trail Llactapata", where we'll bid farewell to our horses and equestrian guides. A brief 30-minute trek through an avocado orchard, we'll arrive at our "Sky Lodge" in Lucmabamba (2 950 m./ 6 562 ft.).

Nestled away from the crowds, our campsite will allow us to engage with local families whose livelihoods rely on coffee cultivation. It's our responsibility to assist them and gain insights into coffee farming.

As an option, we offer a private service for a more personalized coffee experience, which is sure to be unforgettable.

Also, as an option, if we still have energy in the afternoon/evening, we can unwind at the Santa Teresa hot springs, known as Cocalmayo.

Finally, we'll enjoy an evening of tea and dinner, looking forward to an equally incredible or even more so day ahead, as we'll have the chance to catch a glimpse of Machu Picchu from a nearby mountain, a unique sight that few have the privilege of experiencing.

  • Meals: Breakfast, water, lunch, snacks, afternoon tea and dinner
  • Difficulty: Easy / Moderate
  • Total distance: 17 km / 10.5 mi
  • Estimated walking time: 5 hours
  • Maximum altitude: 2950 m. / 6759 ft. (Collpapampa Campsite)
  • Accomodation: Lucmabamba Sky Lodges (2 950 m./ 6 562 ft.)

Day 4 | Salkantay

Lucmabamba – Llactapata – Hidroelectric – Machu Picchu town

Machupicchu view from Llactapata

After a nourishing breakfast, we embark on the final day of our trek. We trek uphill for 2-3 hours towards Llactapata Pass (2,736 meters / 8,974 feet), where we encounter a breathtaking view of Machu Picchu Sanctuary from the Southeast side. Few travelers have the opportunity to admire the magnificence of this location. We take a brief break to explore the recently restored archaeological site of Llactapata.

Lunch is served at a scenic viewpoint overlooking Machu Picchu. Afterward, we begin our final descent to the Aobamba River through lush bamboo forests, orchards, and coffee plantations. We arrive at the "Train Station Village" of Hidroeléctrica Village and continue our hike alongside the railway to Aguas Calientes, also known as Machupicchu Village (approximately 3 hours).

Upon arrival, we check into the hotel for a celebratory dinner with our guide and a final briefing for our next day's experience.

Note: Those who prefer not to walk from Hidroeléctrica Village to Aguas Calientes can opt for the train experience, a 40-minute journey (price not included). They will meet up with the rest of the group at the Aguas Calientes train station. (The guide confirms your preferences the night before).

About our night in Machupicchu Village: The hotel in Aguas Calientes will vary according to your request and expectations.

A Bit of history, of Llactapata

Bingham first discovered Llactapata in 1912. "We found evidence that an Inca chief had built his house here and had constructed a dozen buildings." Bingham locates the site "at the top of a ridge between the valleys of Aobamba and Salcantay, about 5,000 feet above the Huaquina estate." "Here we discovered a series of ruins and two or three modern cabins. The locals said the place was called Llactapata." Bingham did not thoroughly investigate the ruins, so they were not studied again for another 70 years.
A mid-2003 study of the site conducted by Hugh Thomson and Gary Ziegler concluded that the location of Llactapata along the Inca Trail suggested it was an important resting stop and sanctuary on the journey to Machu Picchu. This and subsequent research have revealed an extensive complex of structures and features related to and connected with Machu Picchu by the continuation of the Inca Trail leading towards Vilcabamba. Llactapata may have been part of the network of interrelated administrative and ceremonial sites that supported the regional center at Machu Picchu. It likely played a significant astronomical role during solstices and equinoxes.

  • Meals: Breakfast, water, lunch, dinner
  • Difficulty: Moderate / Challenge
  • Total distance: 22 km / 13.6 mi
  • Estimated walking time: 10 hours
  • Maximum altitude: 2,736 m. / 8,974 ft. (Llactapata)
  • Accomodation: Hotel Aguas Calientes (2040 m. / 6693 ft.)

Day 5 | Salkantay

Machu Picchu Town - Machu Picchu – Cusco.

Machu Picchu Inca city

On the final day of your tour, you'll kick-start with breakfast at the hotel by 5:00 am. Afterward, we'll make our way to the Aguas Calientes bus station for a journey to the illustrious Inca city of Machu Picchu. Remember to bring your original passport, entrance ticket (included in the tour package), and, if applicable, a university student ID card for entry. Your knowledgeable guide will lead you through Machu Picchu's myriad sites, ruins, and significant temples between 8:00 am and 10:00 am.

Once inside Machu Picchu, it's essential to note that the tour follows a one-way path, as per regulations. This means you won't be able to retrace your steps once you've entered. Pay close attention to the signs indicating the designated route, and refrain from stopping in restricted areas. Take in every moment at each Inca site to make the most of your experience.

Tickets for additional hikes, offering panoramic views of Machu Picchu, are available but sell out quickly. Options include:

  • Hike up Huayna Picchu (2 hours round trip), the most famous but challenging destination due to its steepness.
  • Hike up Machu Picchu Mountain (3 hours round trip), a slightly longer and easier destination with stunning views from the top.
  • Hike up Huchuy Picchu, a smaller mountain located very close to Machu Picchu and easier to access compared to the other two destinations.

Following your exploration of the Inca city, you'll use your bus ticket to descend to Aguas Calientes, then board the Expedition Train departing at 6:30 pm for Cusco via Ollantaytambo. The journey takes approximately 2 hours, with a bus waiting in Ollantaytambo to return you to Cusco, concluding around 10:30 pm. You can adjust your train schedule based on available options and your chosen activities, with prior coordination.

  • Meals: Breakfast at hotel
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Estimated walking time: 2 hours
  • Maximum altitude: 2430 m. / 7972 ft. (Machu Picchu)

*Note: "Machu Picchu mountain" refers to the peak opposite the main Machu Picchu ruins.


What's Included?

  • Pre-tour information: You will meet your Salkantay guide at our offices (or another agreed-upon location) around 18 hours for an informative session about the tour.
  • Transportation
  • Pick-up from your hotel in Cusco.
  • Tourist transportation from Cusco to Challacancha (Soraypampa)".
  • Tourist transportation from Lucmabamba to the Hidroelectrica".
  • Consettur bus to the Machu Picchu archaeological site (round trip).
  • "Expeditions" tourist train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo / Poroy.
  • Tourist transportation from Ollantaytambo / Poroy to Cusco.
  • Personnel
  • Highly qualified professional English and Spanish-speaking guide for the Salkantay Trek.
  • Highly qualified professional English and Spanish-speaking guide for Machu Picchu.
  • Trail chef specialized in trail cuisine and assistant who will prepare all meals during the trek.
  • Camping equipment: Dining and kitchen tents, tables, chairs, and cooking equipment (all carried by our porters and horses).
  • Entrance tickets
  • Entrance tickets to Salkantay / Humantay Lake.
  • Entrance tickets to the Machu Picchu Archeological Site.
  • Accommodation & meals
  • 1st night: Soraypampa Sky Lodge, under the watchful eye of the Apus and the Sacred Mountains Humantay and Salkantay. Spend as many hours as you want stargazing through your elegant glass roof.
  • 2nd night: Collpapampa “Sky Lodge”, with comfortable beds and camping mattresses surrounded by the Sacred Mountains.
  • 3rd night: Lucmabamba “Sky Lodge”, in our domes, you will find a comfortable bed, twin or double (depending on your stated preferences). Raw surrounding landscape of the cloud forest. We going to be very close to the local Families.
  • 4th night: Hotel in Machu Picchu town, Aguas Calientes. The 2-star Casa de la Luz Hotel or similar is included, known for its double or triple rooms with private bathroom, hot shower, WiFi, breakfast, and luggage storage while visiting Machu Picchu. Alternatively, you can upgrade to a 3 or 4-star hotel upon request.
  • 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners (vegetarian, vegan, luten-free at no additional cost).
  • Supply of boiled, filtered, and chilled water from the first lunch to the last breakfast. We recommend bringing your own water bottles (approximately 3 liters).
  • Coca tea every morning at the campsite.
  • Daily tea time during the hike.
  • Others
  • We can provide a duffle bag for your personal luggage, up to 5 kgs (11.02 lbs), including your sleeping bag. This bag will be carried by our horses and returned at the end of the tour.
  • First aid kit, including an emergency oxygen bottle.
  • 24-Hour Customer Service: We offer a 24-hour telephone service to facilitate communication with our agents before your trek.
  • Free Luggage Storage: We provide complimentary luggage storage at our offices in Cusco. You can leave your luggage before starting your tour (exclusive to our passengers).

What's Not Included?

  • Trekking poles are not included but is highly recommend for the hike. You can bring your our or rent from us.
  • Sleeping bag.
  • Additional entrances (Huayna Picchu mountain, Machu Picchu Mountain or Huchuy Picchu mt.).
  • The first breakfast and the last lunch are not included.
  • Train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes.
  • Additional costs or delays beyond our control, such as natural disasters, adverse weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to passenger health issues (suffering from an illness or health problems), pandemic, changes in government policies, political instability, strikes, etc.

Note: If you prefer, you can rent trekking poles, sleeping bag, additional entrance fees, train from Hidroelectrica, upgrades for the hotel or another services, and lunch can be arranged on-site.

Additional Services

  • Trekking poles. ($15.00 USD)
  • Sleeping bags. ($25.00 USD) - 3kg
  • Economical breakfast in Mollepata. ($10.00 USD)
  • Economical Lunch in Machupicchu town. ($15.00 USD)
  • Lunch at Sanctuary Lodge. ($45.00 USD)
  • Simgle Tent at the campsites. ($50.00 USD)
  • Cargo horse, weight limit 20kg. ($90.00 USD)
  • Saddle horse, for one person. ($150.00 USD)
  • Train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes. ($36.00 USD)
  • Huayna Picchu mountain entrance, subject to availability and time slots: 7:00 am / 8:00 am / 9:00 am / 10:00 am ($75.00 USD)
  • Machupicchu mountain* entrance, subject to availability and time slots: 7:00 am / 8:00 am ($75.00 USD)
  • Guided tour for Huayna Picchu or Machupicchu mountain*. ($75.00 USD per group)
  • Upgrade to the Vistadome train. ($50.00 USD)
  • Upgrade to Vistadome Observatory train Return. ($75.00 USD)
  • We can assist you in booking hotels (standard and luxury) throughout Peru.

*Note: "Machupicchu mountain" refers to the peak opposite the main Machu Picchu ruins.

Note 2: If you choose the option of Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain, depending on availability, you may need to add an additional cost for a private guide in the city of Machu Picchu.


Salkantay to Machu Picchu 5D $ 519.00 USD

Discounts in Salkantay

  • 18 - 24 years old: We offer a $20 discount per student. To qualify as a student, you must have a valid student identity card and be under 25 years of age at the time of your trip. Scan and email us the copy at the time of booking.
  • Under 18 years old: We offer a $20 discount per child. (you will need to scan and email us a copy of the passports).

What to Bring on the Salkantay & Machu Picchu?

  • Original passport (and valid student ID if applicable).
  • Personal hygiene items or day Pack.
  • Personal medication.
  • Waterproof jacket / rain poncho.
  • Warm clothing, sun hat, and gloves.
  • Hiking boots/shoes.
  • Hiking Socks.
  • Casual mountains wear for evenings
  • Short or long-sleeved shirts.
  • Comfortable pants, trekking pants.
  • Cold-weather jacket.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Sunscreen (recommended SPF 35).
  • Reusable plastic or metal bottles, or a camelback.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Photo/video cameras and chargers.
  • Flashlight with extra batteries.

Extra Items to Bring

  • Shorts.
  • Trekking poles (with rubber tips).
  • Bandages and bandages.
  • Comfortable shoes/flip-flops.
  • Breathable dry fit top-wear.
  • Sandals.
  • Bathing suit for the hot springs.
  • Binoculars.
  • Extra money for personal expenses, tips (recommend 200 Peruvian nuevos soles for extra expenses).

Questions and Answers / 5-days Salkantay

Important Information

  • The itinerary may change based on the Peruvian government, weather conditions, and the health status of the trekkers.
  • The train schedule may vary depending on the availability of the train company.
  • We provide the Expedition train to Ollantaytambo: if someone books a train ticket last minute, it's not guaranteed they can be on the same train as the rest of the group.
  • If you wish to change the schedule or tickets for your train, you will need to pay an additional fee for transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cusco and for the train price difference.

What is the Salkantay Trek?

The Salkantay Trek is a popular alternative trek to Machu Picchu, offering stunning views of the Andes Mountains and diverse ecosystems.

How long is the Salkantay Trek?

The classic Salkantay Trek is typically a 5-day, 4-night journey covering approximately 74 kilometers (46 miles).

What are the highlights of the Salkantay Trek?

Highlights include breathtaking views of Humantay Lake, Mount Humantay, Mount Salkantay, diverse landscapes, Andean villages, and the opportunity to visit Machu Picchu and hot springs.

How difficult is the Salkantay Trek?

The Salkantay Trek is considered moderately difficult, with steep ascents and descents, high altitude, and varied terrain.

What is the starting point of the Salkantay Trek?

The Salkantay Trek typically begins in Mollepata, a town located about a 3-hour drive from Cusco.

Do I need a permit for the Salkantay Trek?

No, unlike the classic Inca Trail, permits are not required for the Salkantay Trek, except if you included Machu Picchu in your package.

What is the highest point of the Salkantay Trek?

The highest point is the Salkantay Pass, reaching an altitude of approximately 4,600 meters (15,091 feet).

What is Llactapata and why is it important on the fourth day of the Salkantay Trek?

Llactapata is an archaeological site located on the fourth day of the Salkantay Trek. It's important because it offers a spectacular view of Machu Picchu Sanctuary from the southeast side and has been recently restored, allowing hikers to explore Inca ruins and enjoy its beauty.

How long does it take to reach the Llactapata Pass from the starting point of the fourth day of the Salkantay Trek?

The uphill journey to the Llactapata Pass typically takes 2 to 3 hours from the starting point on the fourth day of the Salkantay Trek.

What can be expected upon reaching the Llactapata Pass during the Salkantay Trek?

Upon reaching the Llactapata Pass, hikers are greeted with a stunning view of Machu Picchu Sanctuary from a unique angle. They'll also have the opportunity to explore the Llactapata archaeological site, which features a series of Inca ruins and has undergone recent restoration.

What are some optional activities that can be done at the Llactapata Pass during the Salkantay Trek?

At the Llactapata Pass, hikers can take a brief rest to explore the Inca ruins and enjoy the panoramic views. They can also take the opportunity to take photographs of the surrounding landscape and Machu Picchu Sanctuary.

How do I prepare for the altitude on the Salkantay Trek?

It's recommended to spend a few days in Cusco acclimatizing to the altitude before starting the trek.

What is the weather like on the Salkantay Trek?

Weather can vary, but it's generally cold at higher elevations and warmer in lower areas. Be prepared for rain and fluctuations in temperature.

Do I need a guide for the Salkantay Trek?

While it's possible to trek independently, hiring a guide is recommended for navigation, safety, and cultural insights.

What is the best time of year to do the Salkantay Trek?

The dry season (May to September) is generally the best time for trekking, with clearer skies and less rain.

Can I do the Salkantay Trek in the rainy season?

Yes, it's possible, but be prepared for wet conditions and muddy trails, especially from November to March.

Are there alternative routes for the Salkantay Trek?

Yes, there are various alternative routes and itinerary options available depending on preferences and time constraints.

Is camping required on the Salkantay Trek?

Yes, camping is typically part of the Salkantay Trek experience, with designated campsites along the route. but we have camps also known as sky lodges.

What should I pack for the Salkantay Trek?

Essentials include sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing, a sleeping bag, rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent, and plenty of water.

Are meals provided on the Salkantay Trek?

All our packages include breakfast and buffet lunch on our Salkantay Trek, usually consisting of hearty Peruvian dishes.

Is water readily available on the Salkantay Trek?

Inka Trail provides filtered and boiled water at each of our campsites, so we recommend bringing reusable bottles.

Are there bathroom facilities along the Salkantay Trek?

Basic toilet facilities are available at designated campsites, but be prepared for rustic conditions. Except last night, in your hotel.

Is it possible to do the Salkantay Trek with children?

While it's physically demanding, older children who are accustomed to hiking may be able to complete the trek with proper preparation.

Are there age restrictions for the Salkantay Trek?

There are typically no strict age restrictions, but participants should be in good physical condition.

Do I need travel insurance for the Salkantay Trek?

Travel insurance is highly recommended to cover emergencies, medical evacuation, and trip cancellation.

What wildlife might I encounter on the Salkantay Trek?

Possible wildlife sightings include Andean condors, llamas, alpacas, and various bird species.

What cultural sites are visited during the Salkantay Trek?

Along the way, trekkers may visit traditional Andean villages, Inca ruins, and remote settlements.

Is it safe to trek the Salkantay Trail alone?

While solo trekking is possible for experienced hikers, it's generally safer and more enjoyable to trek with a group or guide.

Are there emergency evacuation procedures in place on the Salkantay Trek?

Tour operators typically have emergency plans in place, including access to satellite phones and evacuation services if needed.

What permits are required for Machu Picchu on the Salkantay Trek?

Entrance permits to Machu Picchu are required and should be arranged in advance through a tour operator.

What is the earliest time to arrive at Machu Picchu on the Salkantay Trek?

Trekkers usually arrive at Machu Picchu in the early morning to witness the sunrise over the ruins.

Are there options to extend the Salkantay Trek beyond 4 days?

Yes, longer trekking itineraries are available, including additional days for exploring Machu Picchu and surrounding areas.

Can I hire porters for the Salkantay Trek?

INKA TRAIL offers extra cargo services for those people who need to carry additional equipment or relieve the load they will be carrying.

What is the policy on waste disposal on the Salkantay Trek?

Trekkers are expected to follow Leave No Trace principles, packing out all waste and disposing of it properly.

How much does it cost to do the Salkantay Trek?

Costs vary depending on the tour operator, itinerary, and inclusions, but budget for around $500 to $1000 USD per person.

What languages are spoken by guides on the Salkantay Trek?

Guides typically speak Spanish and English, although other languages may be available upon request.

Are there opportunities for photography on the Salkantay Trek?

Absolutely! The Salkantay Trek offers countless opportunities for stunning landscape photography.

Is it possible to see the Milky Way from the Salkantay Trek?

Yes, the clear night skies in the Andes provide excellent stargazing opportunities, including views of the Milky Way.

Is altitude sickness common on the Salkantay Trek?

Altitude sickness can affect some trekkers, especially at higher elevations. It's important to acclimatize


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