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"EXPLORE THE JOURNEY THAT MARKS THE START OF YOUR BEST STORIES"

HIKING THE INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU

Renowned for being among the world’s best trekking trails. Unearth a transformative experience that tests your boundaries and ignites your spirit of adventure.

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Embark On A Journey That Reconnects You With Yourself

Step into an exciting adventure through time along the Inca Trail hike, a legendary and mysterious trekking path covering 44 kilometers/27 miles of breathtaking landscapes and archaeological sites. With each step, you’ll immerse yourself in the majesty of the Andes, exploring ancient, meticulously crafted paths, towering mountains, and lush cloud forests on your way to the iconic Machu Picchu.

This captivating Inca Trail hike takes you to iconic Inca sites like Patallacta, Intipata, Wiñay Wayna, and the majestic Sun Gate, unveiling the historical richness of this legendary civilization. The Inca Trail’s flora and fauna are equally impressive; you’ll encounter a variety of plant and animal species, from orchids and bromeliads to spectacled bears and a diverse array of birds.

Immerse yourself in a unique adventure that challenges you physically and spiritually while fostering a connection with nature and Incan history. Are you prepared to explore this ancient and awe-inspiring path?

AUTHENTIC ADVENTURES WITH EXPERTS!

  • Small and cozy groups from 2 to 8 people.
  • Camping equipment of the highest quality
  • Reservations are 100% guaranteed and confirmed
  • Porters at no additional cost
  • A highly qualified bilingual guide
  • Local tour operator
  • Respect for nature

DISCOVER A JOURNEY THAT CAPTIVATES YOUR SENSES AND YOUR TRAVELING SPIRIT

  • Accept the challenge of the Inca Trail hike, the most emblematic trek in South America.
  • Visit Machu Picchu following the millenary route of the Incas.
  • Enter the majestic Machu Picchu through the “Inti Punku” (Sun Gate).
  • Embark on a unique journey surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and archaeological sites.
  • Explore the Inca Trail hike in its different versions (2, 4, 5 and 7 days) You choose!

JOURNEYING THE BEST VERSIONS OF INCA TRAIL HIKES

As you embark on the Inca Trail hike, you’ll discover a unique journey that goes beyond a simple walk, filled with history, culture, and scenic beauty.

Every day, you’ll immerse yourself in the grandeur of the mountain landscapes, walking along ancient stone paths and archaeological sites that will captivate you with their architectural splendor

This journey transcends the physical, allowing you to connect with nature and challenge yourself on a trek that also embraces a spiritual dimension. Explore the Inca Trail hike and discover a journey through the heart of Peru’s rich heritage.

2 DAY INCA TRAIL

For those seeking an unforgettable adventure in a tight timeframe, the Short Inca Trail is your gateway. Despite its brevity, it doesn’t compromise on beauty. Journey through breathtaking landscapes and savor the best segments of this remarkable path.

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CLASSIC INCA TRAIL

Step into a comprehensive journey that intertwines adventure, nature, and culture. This is more than a trek; it’s an immersion into history. Walk in the footsteps of the ancient Incas and let their stories guide you through this captivating land.

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5 DAY INCA TRAIL

Embrace a more leisurely pace, perfect for cherished family moments. Take in the scenery and archaeological marvels at your own rhythm. In five days, the Inca Trail unfolds its wonders before you, leaving you with unforgettable memories.

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INCA TRAIL + SALKANTAY TREK

Elevate your experience by merging two of Peru’s iconic routes. The Inca Trail and Salkantay Trek harmonize to create an exceptional journey through awe-inspiring landscapes. This is adventure and beauty intertwined in a single, unforgettable expedition.

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THE TOP-SELLING ROUTE

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CLASSIC INCA TRAIL 4D/3N

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The world-renowned Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the greatest trekking routes, combining adventure, nature, and culture. Hikers can follow in the footsteps of the ancient Incas along this 44-kilometer (27 mile) journey.

Trekkers will discover the majestic Andes in all their grandeur on this transformative 4-day classic hike filled with thrills and challenges around every turn. The classic Inca Trail offers the adventure of a lifetime—an unforgettable experience awaits!

ENGAGE WITH FASCINATING INCA TRAIL SITES

PATALLACTA

The ruins of Patallacta, meaning “high city” or “city on the hill” in Quechua, are believed to be an ancient Inca settlement located at an altitude of 2,800 meters (9,186 feet) along the Urubamba River valley. Patallacta’s expansive agricultural terraces sustained travelers along the Inca Trail. The site also housed storehouses called qullqas and lodgings known as tambos where weary Inca Trail hikers could rest and recover.

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RUNKURAKAY

Runkurakay, meaning “rounded house” in Quechua, is a small Inca ruin located at an altitude of 3,800 meters (12,467 feet) along the Inca Trail near the Andean highlands. It served as a fortified lookout point, rest area, and place of worship dedicated to the moon god. Runkurakay’s strategic location provided panoramic views of the nearby Runkuraqay mountain pass.

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SAYACMARCA

Sayacmarca is a fascinating Inca ruin located at the convergence of three distinct micro-climates. It served as an Inca control point to guard the entrance to the sacred Machu Picchu lands. The site contains elaborate terraces, plazas, stairways, tunnels, and aqueducts that demonstrate the Inca’s mastery of stone masonry and adaptation to challenging mountain terrain.

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WIÑAY WAYNA

Wiñay Wayna, meaning “forever young” in Quechua, is a remarkable archaeological complex located along the famous Inca Trail at an altitude of 2,650 meters (8,694 feet). Wiñay Wayna contains some of the finest examples of Inca terraces, fountains, and aqueducts harmoniously integrated into the lush cloud forest environment.

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PHUYUPATAMARCA

Phuyupatamarca, meaning “town above the clouds” in Quechua, is an ancient Inca complex located at an altitude of 3,650 meters (11,975 feet) along the iconic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Walking Phuyupatamarca’s ingenious network of stone-paved trails and many-tiered fountains offers hikers a glimpse into how the Inca mastered their mountain environment.

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INTIPUNKU

Intipunku, meaning “sun gate” in Quechua, stands at an elevation of 2,720 meters (8,924 feet). Intipunku consists of a small stone structure that served as a ceremonial gateway to Machu Picchu. Hikers who reach Intipunku are rewarded with breathtaking views of the iconic Machu Picchu citadel below.

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MACHU PICCHU

Designated one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu contains palaces, temples, astronomical structures, fountains, and an agricultural sector fed by ingenious aqueducts. Its location, perched between the Amazon and Andes, gave it sacred meaning and allowed the Inca to harness the energy of these contrasting ecological spheres.

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PATALLACTA

The ruins of Patallacta, meaning “high city” or “city on the hill” in Quechua, are believed to be an ancient Inca settlement located at an altitude of 2,800 meters (9,186 feet) along the Urubamba River valley. Patallacta’s expansive agricultural terraces sustained travelers along the Inca Trail. The site also housed storehouses called qullqas and lodgings known as tambos where weary Inca Trail hikers could rest and recover.

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RUNKURAKAY

Runkurakay, meaning “rounded house” in Quechua, is a small Inca ruin located at an altitude of 3,800 meters (12,467 feet) along the Inca Trail near the Andean highlands. It served as a fortified lookout point, rest area, and place of worship dedicated to the moon god. Runkurakay’s strategic location provided panoramic views of the nearby Runkuraqay mountain pass.

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SAYACMARCA

Sayacmarca is a fascinating Inca ruin located at the convergence of three distinct micro-climates. It served as an Inca control point to guard the entrance to the sacred Machu Picchu lands. The site contains elaborate terraces, plazas, stairways, tunnels, and aqueducts that demonstrate the Inca’s mastery of stone masonry and adaptation to challenging mountain terrain.

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WIÑAY WAYNA

Wiñay Wayna, meaning “forever young” in Quechua, is a remarkable archaeological complex located along the famous Inca Trail at an altitude of 2,650 meters (8,694 feet). Wiñay Wayna contains some of the finest examples of Inca terraces, fountains, and aqueducts harmoniously integrated into the lush cloud forest environment.

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PHUYUPATAMARCA

Phuyupatamarca, meaning “town above the clouds” in Quechua, is an ancient Inca complex located at an altitude of 3,650 meters (11,975 feet) along the iconic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Walking Phuyupatamarca’s ingenious network of stone-paved trails and many-tiered fountains offers hikers a glimpse into how the Inca mastered their mountain environment.

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INTIPUNKU

Intipunku, meaning “sun gate” in Quechua, stands at an elevation of 2,720 meters (8,924 feet). Intipunku consists of a small stone structure that served as a ceremonial gateway to Machu Picchu. Hikers who reach Intipunku are rewarded with breathtaking views of the iconic Machu Picchu citadel below.

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MACHU PICCHU

Designated one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu contains palaces, temples, astronomical structures, fountains, and an agricultural sector fed by ingenious aqueducts. Its location, perched between the Amazon and Andes, gave it sacred meaning and allowed the Inca to harness the energy of these contrasting ecological spheres.

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UNCOVER BEYOND WITH INCA TRAIL TRIPS

2 DAY SHORT INCA TRAIL

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    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 2,730 M./8,956 FT.

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The short Inca Trail is an excellent alternative for those with limited time, offering breathtaking scenery and the highlights of this iconic trek within just 2 days.

On this abridged adventure, hikers cover less than 10 kilometers, traversing lush cloud forest and exploring famed archeological sites. The first day brings some demanding yet rewarding uphill stretches along ancient stone paths before settling in at camp. Then on the memorable second day, rise at dawn to witness the majestic sunrise over the sacred citadel of Machu Picchu.

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5 DAY INCA TRAIL

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    MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 4,200 M./17,060 FT.

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The 5 day Inca Trail offers a leisurely option that’s well-suited for enjoying with the entire family. This option allows you to experience more of the landscapes and archaeological sites.

Each day, you’ll find yourself marveling at the grandeur of the Inca ruins, cherishing moments of connection with nature.

Prepare for a journey brimming with adventure and the opportunity to immortalize unique moments. An unforgettable experience awaits you at every step of the way!

INCA TRAIL + SALKANTAY TREK 7D/6N

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    LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY FORMIDABLE

The Inca Trail and Salkantay trek form the ultimate combination, leading you on an expedition through two of Peru’s most awe-inspiring routes. This exhilarating journey invites you to tread the ancient Inca paths, immersing yourself in the breathtaking vistas of the Andes.

Embark on this 7-day adventure, where you’ll traverse magnificent inca sites, majestic mountains, verdant valleys, and enchanting cloud forests, all while basking in the sheer magnificence of nature. And don’t miss the chance to stand in awe before the magnificent Machu Picchu citadel.

This voyage promises a transformative experience, etching unforgettable memories into your soul amidst the Peruvian Andes. Prepare for a voyage that promises to stir your heart and ignite your spirit!

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FAQ'S ABOUT THE INCA TRAIL

What is the Inca Trail?

The Inca Trail, or Qhapac Ñan, is an ancestral network of roads that extends for more than 30,000 kilometers/18,641 miles throughout South America. These roads connected the main cities of Tahuantinsuyo. Nowadays, the term “Inca Trail” refers to the most well-known stretch that connects Machu Picchu to the citadel of Machu Picchu, which is 44 km/27 miles long

The Inca Trail hike consists of a series of spectacular stone structures, bridges, and tunnels that withstand the harsh conditions of the Andes.

How hard is the Inca Trail hike?

The Classic Inca Trail differs in difficulty based on the day of activity, with the second day being the most challenging. It is anticipated that you will traverse diverse terrain during the entire trek, including cobblestones, steep stairs, mountain passes, and high altitude areas.

During the Inca Trail hike, the highest point is the Warmiwañusca pass, also known as Dead Woman’s Pass, at an altitude of 4,215 m/13,828 ft.

Altitude and steep terrain make the hike challenging, especially for those who are not used to such conditions. In addition to these physical challenges, it is necessary to deal with the weather conditions as well.

How can I check for Inca Trail availability?

Only an authorized travel agency with experience in organizing such excursions will be able to provide you with availability for the Inca Trail. As well as acquiring the necessary permits, these agencies provide trained guides, coordinate transportation, accommodations, and other services related to the trek.

How far in advance to book inca Trail in 2023?

It is recommended that you make your reservation in advance in order to secure your preferred date on the Inca Trail.

We recommend that you book your Inca Trail adventure for months such as June, July, and August the previous year as early as October. Every year, in the first weeks of October, the Inca Trail reservation system opens for the following year and some dates sell out within seconds.

For high season, we recommend booking 6 to 8 months in advance. For low season, we recommend booking at least 3 months in advance.

Can I book a private Inca Trail hike?

It is certainly possible to book the classic Inca Trail or short Inca Trail privately with Inkayni Peru Tours. The price of this option varies depending on the size of your private group. The services you will receive on a private tour will include your own chef, porters, personal guide, toilet tent and dining tent in addition to the standard services.

It is important to note, however, that even if you opt for a private trek, there may be other groups camping and trekking on the same trail, so you will not be completely alone.

What is the difference between a private tour and a group tour? Is it worth paying more for a private tour?

Private and group tours are generally quite similar, there is one important difference: on a private tour, you will only be traveling with those individuals you have chosen to travel with during your booking, whether they are family members or friends, whereas on a group tour, you will be travelling with people from all over the world.

Is it possible to change the starting date once the reservation has been made?

Unfortunately, the answer is no. Permits and entrance tickets cannot be changed once they have been purchased, so we cannot change the departure date once they have been purchased. Tickets are not refundable nor transferable.

Please double-check the date on your reservation form, as permits are purchased as soon as we receive your form and deposit. In some cases, spaces are limited, so permits must be purchased immediately.

The permits must be paid in full upon completing the reservation and deposit, which means that if the dates change, additional permits will need to be purchased in full. Permits and tickets provided by the Peruvian government are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Is it possible to transfer a permit for the Inca Trail to another person?

It is not possible to transfer Inca Trail permits or refund them. Once an Inca Trail permit is issued, it cannot be transferred or refunded.

In 2023, what will be the size of Inca Trail tour groups?

The group size that Inkayni Peru Tours operates with is two to eight people maximum. Our goal is to provide all our trekkers with the best possible trekking experience. Choosing smaller groups facilitates closer connections with fellow travelers and ensures a quality trekking experience for all.

Where can I book permits for Inca Trail?

A travel agency authorized by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture is required to book permits for the Inca Trail hike.

Permits for the Inca Trail can only be obtained through local tour operators authorized and registered as Inkayni Peru Tours. It is not possible to obtain Inca Trail permits by your own, so you must travel with a tour guide, chef, and porters from a travel agency.

Permits for the Inca Trail tend to sell out quickly, especially during the high season, so it is recommended to book well in advance.

Obtaining permits through an authorized agency ensures compliance with legal requirements and the necessary authorization to access the Inca Trail legally and safely.

How will the weather on the Inca Trail hike be?

As with all of the Andes, the weather at the Inca Trail varies according to the season. There is a dry season between April and October. The rainy season occurs between November and March. The rainiest month of the year is February. The months from June to August are the peak of winter in the Andes, with June being the coldest month during the nights. However, as a result of climate change, the weather has become more unpredictable in recent years.

In general, you should be prepared for either sun or rain, regardless of when it occurs. Mornings and afternoons are always cold. The weather along the Inca Trail hike changes according to the season in which you travel.

During the dry season, the day is usually quite hot and dry, while the nights are usually quite cold in the campsites of Wayllabamba and Pacaymayo. As you descend into the high jungle where Machu Picchu is located, the heat intensifies from the third day during classic Inca Trail. Among the climates that stand out the most are:

  • Humidity
  • Temperature is moderate during day
  • Nights that are cold
  • Cold and dry in June

Do I need to be physically fit or prepared before doing Inca Trail hike?

In order to do the Inca Trail hike, one should be in good physical condition and in good physical health. This is due to the fact that the trek involves long distances, rough terrain, and a significant increase in altitude.

It is important to have cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility.

In addition, it is important to consult with a physician before embarking on the trek in order to ensure that you do not have any medical conditions that could jeopardize your health.

On the Inca Trail, should I use walking poles?

The Inca Trail is a constant series of steep climbs, narrow paths, stone steps made by the Incas, and long descents, so trekking poles with rubber tips are recommended, particularly for those with knee problems.

With these trekking poles, you will be able to keep your balance and reduce the impact of your own weight on your knees.

Trekking poles are available for rent from Inkayni Peru Tours at a cost of $15.00 per pole.

Is there an age limit for the Inca Trail?

It is true that there is no age restriction for doing the Inca Trail. However, Inkayni Peru Tours, as an authorized and responsible travel agency, will only accept reservations for children under the age of 7 if the parents are fully responsible for them during the trek.

Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

All passengers 60 years of age and older must hire an additional porter (12 kg) for their safety.

Additionally, we recommend that they acknowledge all medical recommendations, regardless of whether it means canceling their travel plans. For clients 60 years of age and older, we recommend arriving in Cusco at least three days prior to their departure date in order to acclimatize and prepare for their trek.

Passengers over 55 years of age are strongly advised to consult their physician before booking and also before traveling to verify that they are in good health to participate in a trek at a high altitude lasting several days.

How is the food on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

A variety of foods are provided during the trip, such as fruits, vegetables, cereals, meats, and carbohydrates, which are taken into account by the travel agency.

To ensure that you enjoy a personalized and satisfying gastronomic experience during your Inca Trail hike, you should inform the agency if you are a vegetarian or vegan.

In addition to coffee, coca leaf drinks, hot chocolate, and teas, the Inca Trail menu offers scrambled eggs, omelets, fruit salad, quinoa porridge, fresh orange juice, papaya, French toast, cereal, milk, and oatmeal.

Among the dishes available for lunch are beef, chicken, fish, pasta salads, quinoa soups, chifa/chaufa, vegetables, stuffed potatoes, meat skewers, and other dishes accompanied by appetizers and desserts.

A variety of meals are available for dinner, such as vegetable salads, Andean pizza, stuffed chicken, pasta, pork chop, sautéed vegetables, soups, and delicious desserts.

During happy hour, you can enjoy hot beverages such as chocolate, milk, coffee, a variety of teas, cookies, boiled corn, and fried and stuffed waffles.

What can I do to prevent altitude sickness on the Inca Trail?

As you approach Cusco, you will most likely suffer from altitude sickness if you are not accustomed to being in places over 3000 meters above sea level. In this case, you may experience headaches, shortness of breath, nausea, among other symptoms.

In order to ensure that your trip along the Inca Trail is not disrupted by these discomforts, it is important to pay close attention to your symptoms.

  • To counteract the discomfort of altitude sickness, follow these tips:
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Don’t drink alcohol before or after your arrival, or at least wait until you have adjusted to the altitude.
  • Do not eat red meat or fatty foods for the first few days.
  • Eat fruits or light soups.
  • Although Coca tea is beneficial, it is not recommended at night because it causes insomnia, and not in large quantities during the day because it could accelerates the heart rate.

Is it necessary for me to attend the briefing?

During the briefing, you will meet your guide who will provide you with important information about the Inca Trail trek.

We will provide you with a duffle bag in which you will be able to store your personal belongings and what you will need for the four days you will spend trekking along the Inca Trail. During this meeting, you will also be able to pay the tour balance.

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