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  1. 1. HYPERLINK "http://www.kanatravel.com/" Machu Picchu Peru <br />Kana Travel is working hard to give you the best travel options at better prices with responsible, fun English speaking guides. Kana Travel offers tours all over Machu Picchu Peru, including Lima, Ica (Huacachina sand dunes), Nazca (Nazca lines, Ballestas Islands), Cusco (Machu Picchu), Puno (Lake Titicaca), Arequipa (Colca Canyon), Puerto Maldonado (jungle) and more.<br />Salkantay Trek, it is considerate know, as the New Inca Trail, is North of Cusco. It reaches a maximum altitude of 4,600 meters the highest point.  Weather: It's very rainy from December to March, that's why the trail is closed on those months. The rest of the year, it's very sunny and hot during the day, but cold in the night. Temperature drops below 0°C (32°F) at night, especially from June to September.  Surroundings Machu Picchu Peru<br />On the first days, you will see three snow-capped mountains: the Tucarhuay, the Salkantay (6,264 meters / 20,671 feet), and the Huamantay; the views are stunning.  On the last days, you will go through the cloud-forest, there the weather is more tropical and the vegetation is lush. You will see waterfalls and fruits plantations along the path. It is amazing how fast the sceneries change along the trail.<br />Machu Picchu Peru Day 1.- Cusco - Mollepata<br />Will pick up the travelers, between 4:00 and 4:40 from your hotels. Then we will take our transportation till Mollepata, small town located over 2,850 m above sea level, with a tempered climate and vegetation from the Edge of the Jungle, in its surroundings we will be able to appreciate some snowcapped picks that belong to the chain of Salkantay, where we will enjoy the beautiful sight that is part of the snowcapped pick Salkantay which is at an altitude of 6,270 ms above sea level., contemplating this landscape we will begin our long walk which will approximately 6 hours. Also will observe the vegetation pertaining to the Edge of the Jungle, along the road we will have lunch, and then we will continue until we get to SORAYPAMPA, place of our first camping site.<br />Machu Picchu Peru Day 2.- Soraypampa - Chaullay<br />At dawn, when we wake up our first sight will be the impressive of the majestic Salkantay. At 7:00 a.m. we will get ready to have breakfast and after that we will continue our trek, also, this time will take us 7 to 8 hours. Along our walking, we see the differences among the altitudinal floors, we will enter into a kind of canyon which will lead us to the to the foothills of the Salkantay, after 3 hours walking we will have lunch, to keep on our walking we will have to get through this pass in order to descend and contemplate the Edge of the Jungle. This day, we will arrive to CHALLWAY where we will spend the night.<br />Machu Picchu Peru Day 3.- Chaullay - Santa Teresa<br />We begin a new day and a new landscape and a new temperature, because here begins the warm weather related to the Edge of the Jungle zone. After breakfast we will follow our route, today we will go along valleys, watching a variety of birds, mammals, insects and other animals. Moreover, we will have the opportunity to observe the life of the settlers and enjoy of the thermal baths (collpapampa), the rainfalls (wiñaypoco), if we really have some spare time. Then, we will continue walking for about 4 a 6 hours before (sahuayacu o playa), next we will take the bus to get to Santa Teresa where we will spend the night..<br />Day 4.- Santa Teresa - Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu)<br />Wake up, we will have breakfast and after, we will walk, till get to the edge of the river VILCANOTA  here we will see the hanging bridge after which we will walk for 3 more hours towards the Hydroelectric, once there, we will be able to appreciate the valley of the Urubamba river, a huge rainfall that flows from the Machupicchu mountain, on the northeast we will find and appropriate place where we can have lunch. After we will have to wait for the train that will take us to Aguas Calientes, where we will rest in a comfortable hostel.<br />Machu Picchu Peru Day 5.- Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu) - Cusco<br />Today is the great day because we will be able to know the Historical Sanctuary of MACHUPICCHU. At 6:00 morning will take the buss to drive till citadel from MACHUPICCHU, where we will have a guided tour.<br />INCLUDED:<br />Profesional certificate Guide ( English, Spanish) <br />Private transportation<br />Horses (only for equipment) <br />Emergency horse for some cause.<br />Horses man <br />Entrance ticket to Machupicchu<br />Train ticket from Aguas calientes to Ollantaytambo<br />Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cusco <br />Train ticket (Hydroelectric - Aguas calientes) <br />cook <br />Tents A mattress <br />Tents for dinning / cooking <br />http://www.kanatravel.com/<br /><a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />Kana Travel is working hard to give you the best travel options at better prices with responsible, fun English speaking guides. Kana Travel offers tours all over <a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a>, including Lima, Ica (Huacachina sand dunes), Nazca (Nazca lines, Ballestas Islands), Cusco (Machu Picchu), Puno (Lake Titicaca), Arequipa (Colca Canyon), Puerto Maldonado (jungle) and more.<br />Salkantay Trek, it is considerate know, as the New Inca Trail, is North of Cusco. It reaches a maximum altitude of 4,600 meters the highest point.  Weather: It's very rainy from December to March, that's why the trail is closed on those months. The rest of the year, it's very sunny and hot during the day, but cold in the night. Temperature drops below 0°C (32°F) at night, especially from June to September.  Surroundings <a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />On the first days, you will see three snow-capped mountains: the Tucarhuay, the Salkantay (6,264 meters / 20,671 feet), and the Huamantay; the views are stunning.  On the last days, you will go through the cloud-forest, there the weather is more tropical and the vegetation is lush. You will see waterfalls and fruits plantations along the path. It is amazing how fast the sceneries change along the trail.<br /><a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a> Day 1.- Cusco - Mollepata<br />Will pick up the travelers, between 4:00 and 4:40 from your hotels. Then we will take our transportation till Mollepata, small town located over 2,850 m above sea level, with a tempered climate and vegetation from the Edge of the Jungle, in its surroundings we will be able to appreciate some snowcapped picks that belong to the chain of Salkantay, where we will enjoy the beautiful sight that is part of the snowcapped pick Salkantay which is at an altitude of 6,270 ms above sea level., contemplating this landscape we will begin our long walk which will approximately 6 hours. Also will observe the vegetation pertaining to the Edge of the Jungle, along the road we will have lunch, and then we will continue until we get to SORAYPAMPA, place of our first camping site.<br /><a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a> Day 2.- Soraypampa - Chaullay<br />At dawn, when we wake up our first sight will be the impressive of the majestic Salkantay. At 7:00 a.m. we will get ready to have breakfast and after that we will continue our trek, also, this time will take us 7 to 8 hours. Along our walking, we see the differences among the altitudinal floors, we will enter into a kind of canyon which will lead us to the to the foothills of the Salkantay, after 3 hours walking we will have lunch, to keep on our walking we will have to get through this pass in order to descend and contemplate the Edge of the Jungle. This day, we will arrive to CHALLWAY where we will spend the night.<br /><a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a> Day 3.- Chaullay - Santa Teresa<br />We begin a new day and a new landscape and a new temperature, because here begins the warm weather related to the Edge of the Jungle zone. After breakfast we will follow our route, today we will go along valleys, watching a variety of birds, mammals, insects and other animals. Moreover, we will have the opportunity to observe the life of the settlers and enjoy of the thermal baths (collpapampa), the rainfalls (wiñaypoco), if we really have some spare time. Then, we will continue walking for about 4 a 6 hours before (sahuayacu o playa), next we will take the bus to get to Santa Teresa where we will spend the night..<br />Day 4.- Santa Teresa - Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu)<br />Wake up, we will have breakfast and after, we will walk, till get to the edge of the river VILCANOTA  here we will see the hanging bridge after which we will walk for 3 more hours towards the Hydroelectric, once there, we will be able to appreciate the valley of the Urubamba river, a huge rainfall that flows from the Machupicchu mountain, on the northeast we will find and appropriate place where we can have lunch. After we will have to wait for the train that will take us to Aguas Calientes, where we will rest in a comfortable hostel.<br /><a href="http://www.kanatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a> Day 5.- Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu) - Cusco<br />Today is the great day because we will be able to know the Historical Sanctuary of MACHUPICCHU. At 6:00 morning will take the buss to drive till citadel from MACHUPICCHU, where we will have a guided tour.<br />INCLUDED:<br />Profesional certificate Guide ( English, Spanish) <br />Private transportation<br />Horses (only for equipment) <br />Emergency horse for some cause.<br />Horses man <br />Entrance ticket to Machupicchu<br />Train ticket from Aguas calientes to Ollantaytambo<br />Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cusco <br />Train ticket (Hydroelectric - Aguas calientes) <br />cook <br />Tents A mattress <br />Tents for dinning / cooking <br />http://www.kanatravel.com/<br />[url=http://www.kanatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />Kana Travel is working hard to give you the best travel options at better prices with responsible, fun English speaking guides. 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You will see waterfalls and fruits plantations along the path. It is amazing how fast the sceneries change along the trail.<br />[url=http://www.kanatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] Day 1.- Cusco - Mollepata<br />Will pick up the travelers, between 4:00 and 4:40 from your hotels. Then we will take our transportation till Mollepata, small town located over 2,850 m above sea level, with a tempered climate and vegetation from the Edge of the Jungle, in its surroundings we will be able to appreciate some snowcapped picks that belong to the chain of Salkantay, where we will enjoy the beautiful sight that is part of the snowcapped pick Salkantay which is at an altitude of 6,270 ms above sea level., contemplating this landscape we will begin our long walk which will approximately 6 hours. Also will observe the vegetation pertaining to the Edge of the Jungle, along the road we will have lunch, and then we will continue until we get to SORAYPAMPA, place of our first camping site.<br />[url=http://www.kanatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] Day 2.- Soraypampa - Chaullay<br />At dawn, when we wake up our first sight will be the impressive of the majestic Salkantay. At 7:00 a.m. we will get ready to have breakfast and after that we will continue our trek, also, this time will take us 7 to 8 hours. Along our walking, we see the differences among the altitudinal floors, we will enter into a kind of canyon which will lead us to the to the foothills of the Salkantay, after 3 hours walking we will have lunch, to keep on our walking we will have to get through this pass in order to descend and contemplate the Edge of the Jungle. This day, we will arrive to CHALLWAY where we will spend the night.<br />[url=http://www.kanatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] Day 3.- Chaullay - Santa Teresa<br />We begin a new day and a new landscape and a new temperature, because here begins the warm weather related to the Edge of the Jungle zone. After breakfast we will follow our route, today we will go along valleys, watching a variety of birds, mammals, insects and other animals. Moreover, we will have the opportunity to observe the life of the settlers and enjoy of the thermal baths (collpapampa), the rainfalls (wiñaypoco), if we really have some spare time. Then, we will continue walking for about 4 a 6 hours before (sahuayacu o playa), next we will take the bus to get to Santa Teresa where we will spend the night..<br />Day 4.- Santa Teresa - Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu)<br />Wake up, we will have breakfast and after, we will walk, till get to the edge of the river VILCANOTA  here we will see the hanging bridge after which we will walk for 3 more hours towards the Hydroelectric, once there, we will be able to appreciate the valley of the Urubamba river, a huge rainfall that flows from the Machupicchu mountain, on the northeast we will find and appropriate place where we can have lunch. After we will have to wait for the train that will take us to Aguas Calientes, where we will rest in a comfortable hostel.<br />[url=http://www.kanatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] Day 5.- Aguas Calientes (Machupicchu) - Cusco<br />Today is the great day because we will be able to know the Historical Sanctuary of MACHUPICCHU. At 6:00 morning will take the buss to drive till citadel from MACHUPICCHU, where we will have a guided tour.<br />INCLUDED:<br />Profesional certificate Guide ( English, Spanish) <br />Private transportation<br />Horses (only for equipment) <br />Emergency horse for some cause.<br />Horses man <br />Entrance ticket to Machupicchu<br />Train ticket from Aguas calientes to Ollantaytambo<br />Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cusco <br />Train ticket (Hydroelectric - Aguas calientes) <br />cook <br />Tents A mattress <br />Tents for dinning / cooking <br />http://www.kanatravel.com/<br />

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