Inca Trail Hike
INCA TRAIL HIKE
The famous Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is Peru’s number one hike and one of the most well-known and popular hikes in the world. Offering 4 days of hiking along original paved Inca pathways, a variety of fascinating Inca archeological sites, and the stunning vistas of the Machu Picchu national park the classic Inca Trail is one of those things that everybody should do once in their life.
INCA TRAIL HIKE HIGHLIGHT
- Trek every day fully supported; YOU will carry only your day packs.
- The most popular trek to Machu Picchu.
- This adventure leads you directly to Machu Picchu.
- Only this trail goes through the Sun Gate.
- Follow the original Inca path 65 % with stone paved.
- The most beautiful scenery and breathtaking views.
- Native Peruvian Flora and Fauna.
- Stunning Arqueological Sites or Inca construction.
- Indigenous Andean Porters carrying the camping stuff.
- Delicious Peruvian cuisine and 100% organic meals.
- Extra porter of 6kg/13 pounds included in the price.
- Extraordinary native tour leaders.
- Direct & official tour operator based in Cusco, managed by locals.
- WE GIVE BACK TO OUR COMMUNITIES in the Andes
- Private transport from your Cusco hotel to the start of the trek
- Bus from Machu Picchu to Aguas Calientes
- Train Machu Picchu – Cusco (Expedition Train for 3-star packages)
- Transfer from Cusco train station back to your Cusco hotel
- We use four season Eureka tents with two entrances and capacity for four people (for comfort, only two people per tent)
- Foam mattresses, tables, and seat for each tent
- Food and drink utensils
- Dinner tent and kitchen tent
- First aid kit and emergency oxygen bottle
- Professional, knowledgeable bilingual guide
- A cook to prepare your meals
- Porters to carry provided equipment and food (additional porters are available for rent to carry your personal belongings)
- High quality meals to provide the necessary energy for this challenging trek
- In addition to three meals daily, you will be given revitalizing snacks
- Hot drinks such as tea and coffee, as well as enough water for your canteens (collected from local streams and boiled while on the trek)