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Gay Group Trip: Peru, Inca Trail & Machu Picchu

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TRIP SUMMARY

This bucket list adventure allows you to hike the Inca Trail where you will reach heights of 4,200m as well as exploring the ancient Machu Picchu and so much more! As a group you will explore Lima and its famous cuisine. You then embark on a 4 day hike of the Inca Trail to where you end at one of the seven wonders of the world - Machu Picchu. This stunning archaeological site is a photographer's paradise. Beyond the masterpiece, you will see other Inca ruins, take in the atmosphere of Cusco and see how locals live in the countryside.  Enjoy making life long friendships on this incredible Peru group trip.

time difference

TIME DIFFERENCE

6 hours behind the UK

flight time

FLIGHT TIME

14 hours direct from UK

Available Dates : 19th May 2018, 18th August 2018, 19th October 2018

Day 1

Lima (Peru)

Your adventure kicks off with a group meeting where you will have the chance to meet you group leader and fellow adventure enthusiasts.

Next, as a group, venture into the historical centre of Peru's Capital, Lima, where you will see the city’s Spanish colonial architecture.

In the evening, enjoy a welcome dinner at a local gay-welcoming restaurant. At your leisure, and if you are not too jet-legged, this is a great oppurtunity to try one of the local gay bars for a cocktail or two!

Recommended Accommodation:
Dazzler Hotel Lima 4*
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Day 2

Cusco (Peru)

It is a nice and early flight from Lima to Cusco to start you day. Once settled in to your city central boutique hotel, join the group for a walk around one of South America's oldest cities including a visit to the community based San Pedro market.

A hike briefing will be conducted late in the day, then the evening is at your leisure. Do not hesitate to ask your guide their suggestions for local restaurants and bars. 

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Day 3

Sacred Valley/Ollantaytambo (Peru) 

In the morning you will journey to the Sacred Valley. For the population in the high Andes Mountains, its lush and fertile land acts as their primary food source. Have the opportunity to stop by a farming community before heading to a charming hotel in Ollantaytambo. 

Famous Ollantaytambo is a geometrically-perfect town. It has huge terraces that guard the ancient temple overlooking the valley.

Rest is needed, as tomorrow your begin you 4 day hike. 

Day 4

Inca Trail (Peru)

There will be one less item on that bucket list starting today as you travel by minivan to your start point. Here you will meet your crew of porters, cooks and guides for the Inca Trail. The uphill trekking on your first day will bring you to your campsite sitting at altitudes of 3,300m/10,800ft. You will have a chance to meet other groups at the campsite. As a group, you will have a private dining and washroom tents. 

Day 5

Inca Trail (Peru)

This day will be the most difficult day of the hike. A breathtaking moment is when you ascend a long, steep path, known as Dead Woman's Path at a height of 4,200m/13,779ft.

After descending to the Pacaymayo Valley you will start another climb to Runkuracay Pass. This Pass gives remarkable views of the snow-capped Cordillera Vilcabamba. You will also see the ruins of Sayacmarca before decending and resting at your camp sight at 3,620m/11,900ft.

Day 6

Inca Trail (Peru)

For your last full day of hiking, you will continue over the third pass and encounter the puzzling ruins of Phuyupatamarca, the 'Town above the Clouds’.

Here is where you descent begins along the famed Inca steps to your final camp by the Winay Wayna ('Forever Young') archaeological site.

Day 7

Machu Picchu/Cusco (Peru) 

It's an early morning, but well worth it, as today you hike to the Sun Gate just in time to watch the Machu Picchu emerge from the mist below.

At this point, you will receive a two-hour guided tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site with time to explore before an optional lunch in the town of Aguas Calientes.

Afterwards, a fascinating Vistadome Train to Ollantaytambo will take you to the private transfer which will be returning you to Cusco.

The evening is at your leisure and after the hike, you will deserve a little rest and relaxation. 

Day 8

Cusco (Peru)

You have the option to visit the archaeological sites of Saqsayhuaman, Qenqo & Tambomachay via private transport in the morning. Although not as spectacular as Machu Picchu, they are historically significant to the Inca culture and well worth a visit.

For your final evening, at a gay-welcoming restaurant, enjoy a farewell dinner with your new found friends. 

Recommended Accommodation:
El Mercado Hotel Cusco 4*
Day 9

Cusco/Departure (Peru)

No activities are planned for your final day, so after checking out of your 4 * hotel, you are free to depart at your own leisure to continue on your travels or to travel home. 













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