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Inca Quarry Trail to Machu Picchu 4 Days / 3 Nights

Inca Quarry Trail to Machu Picchu 4 Days / 3 Nights

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Inca Quarry Trail to Machu Picchu 4 Days / 3 Nights

New tour since 2020, Inca quarry trail to Machu Picchuesta trek will give you the best experience that will take you on a walk through remote Inca ruins, and sometimes visited, we will have a view of beautiful waterfalls, as well as the stone quarry and the door of the Sun.

Andino tours Peru offers you an exclusive camping experience, then traveling to Machu Picchu by train, and explore one of the 7 Wonders of the World, the Machu Picchu.


  • Day 1: Cusco – Socma – Rayan – Puccaqasa.
  • Day 2: Puccaqasa – Quychicassa – Inti Punku – Verónica View Hotel.
  • Day 3: Hotel Verónica View – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes.
  • Day 4: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco.

Sites to visit

  • Socma Community.
  • Rayan archaeological center.
  • Puccaqasa Pass.
  • Quychicassa Community.
  • Inti Punku.
  • Ollantaytambo.
  • Macchu Picchu.


Tour Details

  • Minimum duration of the trip: 4 days.
  • Maximum elevation: 4400 masl (13,260 feet).
  • Difficulty: Moderate (3/5).
  • Best season: All year.
  • Overnight: Camp + Hotel.

Inca Quarry tral to Machu Picchu


  • Perolniyoq Waterfall.
  • Socma.
  • Macchu Picchu.



Day 1: Cusco - Socma - Rayan - Puccaqasa

Start at 5:00 am by picking up guests from their hotel and then moving to the community of Socma, where we will wait for a delicious breakfast, and then continuing our journey towards the Perolniyoc Waterfall. After about 40 more minutes we can reach the archaeological center of Rayanpata where we will have a short rest.

Continuing the journey we will go to Rayan where a delicious lunch awaits us at 3700 meters above sea level.

After a rest and recharge our batteries, we are leaving to Puccaqasa, which is located at 4400 meters above sea level (14,436 ft), and at the top we will have a spectacular 360 ° view of the entire valley surrounded by mountains and snow-capped peaks. In about 30 minutes we will continue to our camp, where we can have dinner and enjoy a sunset and a night full of stars.

  • Accommodation: 4 season EUREKA tents camping.
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
  • Distance: 13 km / 8 miles.
  • Time: 8 hours approx.
  • Difficulty: Moderate (3/5).

Day 2: Puccaqasa - Quychicassa - Inti Punku - Verónica View Hotel

While you are waiting breakfast to be ready, you can take cup of coffee or a hot tea. After recharging energy, we are starting our walk towards the top of the Quychicassa pass located at 4450 masl (14599 ft). Continuing, we will descend towards the Inti Punku (Puerta del Sol), which shows us an impressive view of the Valley, from here we will be able to appreciate the Veronica Mountain.

Then, we will continue down a steep descent until we reach Verónica View, where lunch awaits us and we can enjoy the Hotel facilities.

  • Accommodation: Verónica View Hotel.
  • Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Distance: 15 km / 9.5 miles.
  • Time: 7 hours Approx.
  • Difficulty: Moderate / Difficult.

Day 3: Hotel Verónica View - Ollantaytambo - Aguas Calientes

In day 3, we will have a relaxing morning to enjoy the hotel stay, and at noon we will have a delicious  lunch. After a relaxing day, we are moving to the train station to travel to Machu Picchu Pueblo.

In Machu Picchu we will transfer to the hotel, then we will have a dinner with a beautiful view.

  • Accommodation: Retama inn, Waman Machu Picchu.
  • Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Distance: 8 km / 5 miles.
  • Time: 6 hours approximately.
  • Difficulty: Moderate.

Day 4: Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu – Cusco

After enjoying beautiful landscapes of entrance to Machu Picchu, this should be a great day.

When we finish breakfast,  we are boarding the bus that will take us to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, in a 40 minute journey along a Zigzaguante road.

At the control gate, together with our guide, we will enter the archaeological park where we begin our journey ascending to the highest part of Machu Picchu “La Casa del Guardian”. From here we can enjoy a beautiful view of the entire citadel. Continuing we will visit the agricultural, urban and religious part of Machu Picchu, as well as the most important points such as the 3 windows, Intihuatana, The tower and the Inca cemetery.

After our 3 hour tour of the Inca citadel, we will return to Machu Picchu Pueblo on the bus. Here we will have time to do free activities. Before the train’s departure 30 minutes, we will appear at the station to travel back to Ollantaytambo, where our mobility awaits you to transfer you to the hotel in Cusco.

  • Meals: Breakfast.
  • Difficulty: Easy.


  • Private transportation from the hotel to Socma.
  • Licensed guide fluent in English, Spanish and Quechua.
  • 4 person tents for every 2 hikers.
  • Food 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners.
  • Cook and kitchen equipment for the walk.
  • Horses and mules, to carry all the camping equipment.
  • Baggage of 7 kl per passenger.
  • Emergency horses.
  • First aid kit with oxygen.
  • Matras for the camp.
  • Night and luxury dinner at the Veronica View Hotel.
  • Access to the pool and sauna at Veronica View.
  • Round trip and panoramic train ticket from Ollantaytambo – Machu Picchu.
  • Bus tickets from Machu Picchu Pueblo to Machu Picchu Round Trip.
  • Entrance ticket to the Archaeological Complex of Machu Picchu.
  • Hotel in Aguas Calientes with private bathroom, with Buffet Breakfast.
  • Guided tour in Machu Picchu.

No Included

  • Lunch and dinner on the last day.
  • Sleeping bag (minus 10 ºC): $ 20 USD per person.
  • Inflatable mattress: $ 20 USD per person.
  • Walking sticks: $ 15 USD per pair.
  • Personal tent: $ 30 USD.
  • Huayna Picchu Mountain Entrance: $ 25.00 dollars.
  • Machu Picchu Mountain Entrance: $ 25.00 dollars.
  • Spa and beverage services at the Verónica View Hotel.
  • Tips for the guide, cook, riders and other members.

If you wish to visit Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountain are optional visits in Machu Picchu, and without a guide, both require a minimum reservation of 3 months in advance, or check availability.


  • Original passport (the same one that was used to book the trip).
  • Medium backpack of 30 or 40 liters.
  • Refillable water bottle or canteen.
  • Comfortable hiking boots.
  • Flashlight.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Shorts.
  • Warm clothing.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Raincoat or waterproof poncho.
  • Waterproof gloves.
  • Leisure footwear for camping.
  • Quick dry towel.
  • Portable battery charger.
  • Personal hygiene items.

How to Get


Cusco has an airport for local or national flights. In order to get to Cusco, all travelers must disembark in Lima and go through migration, even if their flight to Cusco is on the same day and with the same airline.


The best travel option to Cusco is by air. Currently, there are several airlines that provide the Lima-Cusco air transportation service, among which we can mention: LATAM, VIVA AIR, SKY AIRLINE, and STAR PERU. Of all of them, LATAM is the most recommended, due to the variety of schedules it handles.

The land travel option is also a good option, but you always have to look for the best options that offer adequate comfort for the trip. The trip by bus is 22 hours. If your trip is from Puno or Arequipa, you can take this option since the trip is usually cheaper and it is only about 12 hours of travel.


To be able to travel on domestic flights, you have to take into account the type of service contracted since there are rates where you can only get a maximum of 8 kilos of luggage. If you travel with more, make sure to hire it in advance and avoid setbacks when boarding.

If you have luggage, it can be left safely in the accommodation, or we can also provide you with a place of deposit at the Andino Tours Peru offices, but take into account the opening and closing hours of the office.

If you arrive before the Check In Time at the hotel, you can leave it totally free in the hotel deposit to be able to go out to carry out your activities or rest in the hotel lobby.


That is why people who travel at a lower level suffer from altitude sickness, “Soroche”. This is because at higher altitudes, less oxygen is contained than those who are at sea level, so the body works harder to get the oxygen it needs. That is why for long walks it is recommended to stay at least two days in Cusco.

Symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, tiredness, nausea, vomiting, sleep problems, loss of appetite, trouble breathing. Most of the time, the symptoms will be mild, but if they get worse, consult a doctor or contact our offices.

Coca tea is a recommended infusion for this disease, so within the accommodation it is always offered to counteract altitude sickness.

You must remember that you come to enjoy a trip through wonderful trails with people who will always be willing to help you, so you can relax and enjoy every moment.


One of the big questions is how the weather is in Cusco. It is easy to get this information on the internet, but you also have to take into account that each season and during these times the climates are changing. The dry season in Cusco is from April to October, but there will always be a sudden rain with lightning and thunder.

It is always advisable to have the appropriate rain gear, such as rain ponchos or waterproof jackets, waterproof gloves, and suitable shoes that do not slip in the rain.


Each member of the Andino Tours Peru staff has received first aid training from a specialist doctor. Every year we carry out this mandatory training, and on each of our excursions you will have a first-aid kit for basic medical problems (Traveler’s Diarrhea, scrapes, cuts, etc.) and, in fact, oxygen should not be lacking.


To protect your trip, the purchase of travel insurance is recommended. Having insurance before the trip is highly recommended. I have agreements with companies that provide this service that will make your trip more pleasant and peaceful in Peru.


For all our excursions, we have biodegradable soap, and all our garbage is returned to Cusco. Our staff is trained to take care of the environment. We use environmentally friendly chemical portable toilets.

We launched a program where for each traveler who reserves with us, we donate 10 trees that will be delivered to the communities of Mikaypata, Ninamarca, Huatoqto, and others, committing them to caring for the environment.

Why choose Andino Tours Peru


We are a travel agency tour operator located in the city of Cusco, we have tourism professionals dedicated to quality service.

Our team is integrated by professionals with experience and responsibility to meet each of the requirements of our passengers and offer the best moments and unforgettable trips during their estimated travel time.


Our company is legally constituted for more than 3 years in the market, we are registered in SUNARP and SUNAT, as regulatory authorities of commerce in Peru, as well as registered in the GERCETUR-CUSCO as tour operators and retail travel agency. We have also received the certification as Licensees of the PERU BRAND, and registered in PROMPERU and IPERU.
In order to provide the best service to our customers we are in constant search of certifications that endorse us as a travel agency 100% recommendable.


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