Sure, you could Google ‘Easiest ways to see to Machu Picchu’ if that’s all you want to do, but we say walk it. Why? Because it will be the most rewarding experience of your whole entire life. Big call, we know, but seriously – if you can get through 45 kilometres of rocky terrain and up-down-up-down staircases, four days of drop toilets and three nights of pretty chilly camping, you can get through anything. For realsies.
Inca Trail tours start at Kilometre 82, just outside Ollantaytambo, where we fill our pockets with lollies in preparation for the epic adventure ahead. Mosey through cloud forests, scramble across narrow bridges, munch on jellybeans as you hit Struggle Town on the way up Dead Woman’s Pass, and LOL at all the woolly llamas strutting past… Walking the Inca Trail is a mean feat, but nothing beats watching the sun rise over Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate and smugly smiling ‘I just walked the Inca trail and you didn’t’ at all the day-trippers.
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Inca trail trip reviews
Our trips score an average of 4.75 out of 5 based on 218 reviews in the last year.
The Inca Trail, December 2017
Excellent trip! It was challenging and enjoyable. We were all well looked after.
Review submitted 13 Feb 2018
Peru Highlights, January 2018
This is an amazing trip! Don't forget to pack warm cloths and do a bit of training beforehand if you plan on doing the Inca trail. We had a few team members struggle with the hiking due to lack of fitness. The homesteads are incredible!
Review submitted 12 Feb 2018
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