The Hispanic chronicles indicate that Huchuy Qosqo (probably a site known in Inca times as Caquia Jaquijahuana) was the work and favorite place of the Inca Wiracocha. To this, Maria Rostworoski adds, in her work “History of Tahuantinsuyo”, that this sovereign strengthened the conquest over the villages of the Urubamba Valley and that he chose as his successor his son Inca Urco who, dizzy from power and vice, He proved to be totally unable to govern. The Inca royalty was very obfuscated with this election and tried to conspire to impose another son of Wiracocha, Prince Cusi Yupanqui. Social unrest and tension increased every day and to make everything worse, the darkest night fell over Cusco: the Chancas reached the gates of the capital and were willing to destroy it. It is the year of 1438. Wiracocha leaves the city to his fate and, accompanied by his son Inca Urco, takes refuge in its palaces in the Urubamba Valley, among which was Huchuy Qosqo.
-Collection from the airport to the hotel in Cusco.
-Private transportation at the beginning of the walk.
-Ticket train from Ollantaytambo station to the town of Aguas Calientes round trip (Expedition service) ..
-Entrance to the archeological site of Huchuyqosqo and Machu Picchu.
-Accommodation in Hotel / Hostel in Aguas Calientes (double base with private bathroom).
-Official tourism guide (English / Spanish)
-Mountain cook and porters
-First aid kit including emergency oxygen balloon.
-Food in the trek.
-Tickets of bus Aguas Calientes – Machupicchu – Aguas Calientes.
-Transfer from Ollantaytambo station to your hotel in Cusco by private bus.
-Move from the hotel to airport.
-Breakfast the first day
-Entrance to hot springs in Aguas Calientes
-Entrance tickets to Huayna Picchu