Our Inca Trail base camp is an exclusive site offering comfortable lodging in unique “Tented Huts” and “Covered Tents”. It is located on a small plateau next to the Urubamba River overlooking the impressive “Apu Veronica” sacred mountain: A snow peak of 5,893 meters over sea level. The Lodge is located at km 82, near the entrance of the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. The “Tented Huts” are designed to lodge you in complete comfort while being close to nature. They feature twin or king-size beds, electricity, full bathrooms with hot and cold running water, tiled solar-heated showers, and flush toilets. Each tent has its own veranda where you can savor views of the surrounding mountains. For the more adventurous visitors we provide thatch roof covered tents. These are 4 man tents used for two people or singles. Stone pathways connect the tents through landscaped gardens to a cozy lounge area with a fireplace and an enclosed dining room where our delightful meals are served, featuring a wonderful mix of Peruvian and North American dishes. The comfort factor is high here, yet your environmental footprint is small—solid waste is managed with bio-digesters and power is supplied by a hydro-electrical source. The camp also has an on-site sauna, so be sure to bring your suit! This is a unique, exclusive experience, and promises to be a highlight of your Inca Trail trek.