The Inca Trail, It is the most famous trek in South America – perhaps all over the world – and an experience that should change everything and you will remember it forever. The Inca Trail hike through Sacred Valley of Machu Picchu is a rather arduous hike but also very impressive. It is 4 cold days, the pain and exhaustion dissipate as the fog rises to reveal the mountains and Inca ruins on terraces of the mystical ancient city.
- The best time to visit the Inca Trail is from May to September. Of course, it is the high season (especially from June to August), but it is also the dry season. And trust us, it is best to visit during the dry season! Please note that the Inca Trail is closed in February. Although we know of many adventurers who like to travel in rainy season and it is a different experience.
- We recommend making your reservations for the “Inca Trail” several months in advance – up to a year if you go during the high season. It can only be visited with an authorized agency.
- We recommend you to ask all the necessary questions to have a more pleasant experience, we are ready to answer all your concerns about all the details of your trip, for example: what you will have to take, how many people enter a store, how many porters are assigned For the group, if there are arrangements for special diets.
- Our agency is characterized by treating our guides, chefs and porters with quality human standards, in addition we respect the environment for which we are very strict with the treatment of the wastes and the trash.
- We recommend to take a compact camera, with lots of memories and extra batteries for the whole “Inca trail”, you will not want to miss to show your friends the impressive photos you will take and the selfies you can post on your social networks; Leave your friends impressed, yes, do not stay behind the group that there are many more places to visit
- No matter what time of year you make the “Inca Trail”, the night is a bit colder. We recommend you bring a warm sleeping bag and a cover for your clothes.
- Other things to bring: sturdy shoes, a flashlight (with new batteries), water purification tablets, high calorie snacks and a basic first aid kit.
- The altitude sickness is serious and can ruin your trip. The biggest mistake you can make is to fly directly to Cuzco (3326m / 10.910ft) and wait for the next day to walk. Take some days to adapt first to the altitude, walking or touring the city of Cusco. We have many more options of travel in our menu of tours where you can also enjoy the city of Cusco and other destinations; In addition we recommend you to read our physical preparation guide for the Inca Trail