This is the bout you’ve been waiting for: You vs. the Inca Trail. Limber up in Lima, then fly to Cusco for acclimatization. Spend four days hard slogging it up South America’s most celebrated trek and be rewarded with a Machu Picchu sunrise
Three traits you don’t want to be remembered for on a trek: whinging, laziness and being a sulky-pants. But don’t stress, your support crew will feed you up with lollies, fruit and sugary drinks to help keep the demons at bay.
- Lima, Peru
- Cuzco, Peru
- Physical rating
- Min 18 , Max 39
- Group size
- Min 1, Max 16
This itinerary is valid for departures from 01 January 2015 to 31 December 2015. View the itinerary for departures between 01 January 2016 - 31 December 2016
Meals IncludedThere are no meals included on this day.
- Full Boleto Turistico Pass, which gives you access to 16 archaeological sites in/around Cuzco, including Qenqo, Tambomachay, Pukapukara & Saqsaywaman - PEN135
- City tour - Cuzco - USD15
Meals7 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
TransportBus, Plane, Public bus, Taxi
AccommodationFull service camping, Hotel
Dates & availability
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A good level of fitness and pre-trip training is essential for the Inca Trek. You will trek on hilly terrain or mountainous terrain at altitudes of up to 4200 metres, for up to 7 hours per day.
Inca trail Permits:
Very Important - In order to obtain the necessary permit to trek the Inca Trail, we must be provided with accurate details of the passport to be used whilst travelling in Peru. If the name, passport number, nationality or date of birth shown on the permit are different from the passport, park authorities will refuse entry. If passport details have not been supplied, the permit cannot be issued. When we are unable to secure the "Classic Trail", our groups take the "Quarry Trek". This also applies during February each year, when the Classic Trail is closed for restoration.