We communicate with great pleasure and joy that the Inca Trail we offer is in a Special Disccount during this month in celebration of the Inti Raymi, the biggest celebration of the Sun God in Perú and the most
the most folkloric month of the year, full of colors, dances, parties and everything under the most radiant sun of the year, as it is the best time to travel to Cusco, in a season without rain ideal for walks and excursions.
Previously we offered this tour at 790 USD, but for this special date we celebrate with a special 20% discount. Cheer up to take the tour with us for 6655 USD.
In this article you will be able to find out the most interesting data of this trek. For more information about the itinerary you can visit our tours section.
Looking to do an Inca Trail booking for the next season? Permits for the Inca Trail sell out super fast and if you want to reach Machu Picchu, you better start planning your travels to Peru, luckily we are here to help you out organize everything you need for the Inca trail. Arranging permits, choosing the right trekking operator, the route and much more you can safely leave to us.
The Inca trail is one of the oldest pilgrimages in the world and one of the 10 most beautiful walks in the world. To date, scientists do not agree on the role of Machu Picchu, some say it was a fortress in defense of the Inca Empire where other scientists assume that it was a retreat for the kings. What we do know for sure is that the Inca Trail leads to the city of Machu Picchu which was built around 1440.
Today, the Inca Trail offers one of the most popular treks in the world, at least the most popular trekking in Peru. Every year Machu Picchu attracts about 400,000 visitors, each day a maximum of 2500 Machu Picchu can enter, of which a total of 500 are allowed to walk on the classic Inca trail. These 500 are divided into 200 tourists who hike the Inca Trail and are supported by 300 porters.
Is the Inca Trail difficult? That is not an easy question. Everyone is different and the Inca Trail difficulty depends on a lot of factors. There are more difficult treks in the world like Mount Kilimanjaro, but when you are new to multi-day hiking adventures, the Inca Trail can be tough. Everyone will agree that the Dead Woman’s Pass is the most difficult part of the Inca Trail.
If you want to make your Inca Trail less difficult, you should prepare well for your Peru Inca Trail tour in advance by doing some proper training. Going out for a long day of hiking in a hilly area can help you give an idea of what it is like to spend a few days hiking. The Inca Trail difficulty also depends on the weather. In the rainy season, it can be more difficult than on other days. But in general, everyone with moderate fitness should be able to do the Inca Trail without too much difficulty.
So this is the perfect oportunity to go on this spectacular adventure! Book your tour with us and prepare to be mezmerized.