Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu in Peru

4 Days, Multiple Departures

Inca Trail Trek to Machu Picchu in Peru
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This itinerary is the perfect combination of history and beauty: visiting amazing Inca ruins along the way while you take in the lush green cloud forest, Andean mountain passes and vast landscape.

Hiking this trail means completing it with no stress. We will take care of everything including securing all the best campsites, serving delicious and nutritious meals, providing top-notch equipment, and surrounding you with the most dedicated team from your guide who will become a teacher and a friend to our porters who do it all flawlessly.

Our motto is “the journey is the destination” and we can promise this will be your best journey yet.

Highlights of the Inca Trail

The trail - Built in the 1450s by the powerful Inca Empire, the trail required the use of rocks that were transported from nearby quarries and delicately carved to fit in precision and meticulously.

Nature - The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu passes through a wide range of microclimates as a result of varying altitudes. Along this trail, travelers hike from high altitude puna to high brow of jungle.

Inca archaeological sites - The trail takes hikers along valleys and through mountain passes, and grants hikers access to the archaeological sites of Patallacta/Llactapata, Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, Phuyupatamarca, Inti Pata, Winay Wayna, and Intipunku. The Inca Trail leads directly to Machu Picchu and offers the hike of a lifetime.

Historical significance - The Inca trail to Machu Picchu holds great significance as it is the only hiking trail that grants access to Machu Picchu. After hiking 3 days along valleys and through mountain passes, all hikers reach Machu Picchu via the Sun Gate – and important construction of Machu Picchu citadel.

About The Host

We offer quality and personalized tours, no matter the type. Those who choose to take a train to Machu Picchu are treated with the same dedication as those who spend days hiking through the mountains.


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