The Inca Trail in Peru is one of South America’s greatest trekking adventures. The Inca Trail
starts at an altitude of about 2,800 metres and traverses the Andes,
crossing ‘Dead Woman’s Pass’, which at 4,200 metres is the highest point
of the trek, before descending towards the ultimate goal of Machu
Picchu (2,500 m).It takes 4 days to reach the Inca city of Machu Picchu
and, with the exception of crossing Dead Woman’s Pass, much of the
trekking is not too demanding and is well within the capabilities of
anyone of reasonable fitness and requires no technical expertise. Inca Trail
The reason this is such a popular trek is due to the spectacular Andean scenery you’ll walk through (the peaks are often snow-capped between June and October) and the fascinating Inca ruins you’ll pass along the way. The evocative history of the Peru is brought to life by our guides as we walk in the footsteps of the Incas, and we’ll be looked after by our porters from the Sacred Valley who are the modern day descendants of the Incas.
The Inca Trail is Peru’s best known hike, combining a stunning mix of Inca ruins, mountain scenery, lush cloud-forest and rich subtropical jungle. Over 250 species of orchid have been counted in the Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary, as well a numerous birds such as hummingbirds, waterfowl and the majestic Andean Condor.
Inca Trail TO MACHU PICCHU 4D/3N
Inca Trail Famous adventure trip where the man work and nature get together in harmony to show us a fabulous landscape where the real road built by the Incas goes through amazing mountain scenes during the whole trip, with an excellent…
The short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu offers visitors 2 days of full activities, visiting along the trail the spectacular ruins of Wiñay Wayna, second only to Machu Picchu in beauty is a special trek program just for you we don´t add any people. Inca Trail to machu picchu