The Inca Trail is by far the most famous trek in South America and is rated by many to be in the top 5 treks in the world.
The famous Inca Trail is a four-day hike, which terminates at Machu Picchu, and is regarded by many as the highlight of their trip to Peru. This scenic trail is often more demanding than what many people are expecting, but also more rewarding.
The 26-mile Inca Trail Trek combines beautiful mountain scenery, lush cloud forest and fascinating Inca ruins and tunnels. The crowning glory of the Inca Trail is, of course, the infamous and stunningly beautiful Machu Picchu.
Another option is a one-day hike (approximate 6 hours) which is ideal for those who don’t want to suffer the discomforts of camping or basic lodges.
There are usually around 15 passengers in an international group but with your Inca Trail guide, cook and porters the party will be around 45. We can also arrange the Inca Trail on a private basis, for just two people, a guide, cook and two porters. All our treks include guides, porters and all the camping equipment you need.The daily number of hikers and porters on the trail is strictly enforced.
To trek on the Inca Trail, you will require a permit and only a limited number of permits are released each day. Reservations should be booked well in advance, particularly in the high season of June to August.