Inka Trail to Machu Picchu

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a spectacular trekking experience.

One of the most famous hiking or trekking routes in the world takes adventurers along an epic and sometimes challenging journey to the city in the clouds.

The trail winds through some of the most sublime countryside in the Peruvian Andes and leads to one of the Wonders of the World: Machu Picchu.

Visitors will be struck by the majestic beauty of the Inca citadel that remained hidden until just over 100 years ago.

Along the trail you will be able to admire various archeological sites and visit traditional villages where locals maintain their ancient ways of life. You will sleep at campsites and indulge in high quality meals prepared by a chef who works magic with simple ingredients and a propane stove.

Recommendations for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

  • Original Passport.
  • Sun cream (factor 35 or higher).
  • Warm jacket / Waterproof Jacket or rain poncho.
  • Hat and gloves.
  • T-shirts.
  • Comfortable Trousers.
  • Toiletries, insect repellent and hand sanitiser.
  • Personal medication.
  • Camera and film.

Peru Tours: Discover the Inca Trail in Peru

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