Inca Trail Tour is the most famous trekking destination in Peru that leads you to Machu Picchu and involves professional guide, cook and porters. The Inca Trail Tour is one of the most popular and well-known excursions in Peru.

Inca Trail Tour is trekking package that leads to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, located in the protected National Park of Peru; it is inscribed in the UNESCO as the important national park by cultural and natural resources, due to the existence of several endemic species in flora and fauna.

For the Inca trail  will be allowed only 500 trekkers that include 200 tourists and the 300 will be covered by certificated Inca Trail Guides, and certificated Inca trail Porters and cooks. It is very important to reserve several months in advance if you want to find a space for this wonderful Inca Trail Tour in its modalities of 2 days, 4 days or the 7 days.

The Inca Trail Tour to Machu Picchu is one of the most attractive trekking routes in South America, home of many species of flora and fauna and the mysterious Inca sites build by the Inca during the XV century. During the Inca Trail Tour you’ll explore the Inca ruins of Patallacta, Sayacmarka, Phuyupatamarka, Intipata, Wiñayhuayna and Machu Picchu.

The impressive view that you’ll be able to see from the sun gate when you do the Inca trail tour; the one of 2 days or the 4-days Classic Inca Trail


All reservations for Inca Trail Tour  departures in March, April, May and June must be made BEFORE 30th December. This will give us time to process your booking and get the paperwork in order to buy your trek permits as soon as they go on sale in January . Please try to make your booking as soon as possible since some dates during the first week of March, all dates in April & May and around mid-June (Inti Raymi) are likely to sell out as soon as the Inca Trail Tour permits go on sale. For further information please read our Frequently Asked Questions page.

All reservations requesting consider it as a pre-booking that is what we work on the system of government and are ready to buy when the government gives the opening should be approximately January , 2018.


The Inca Trail Tour revenues throughout the year are limited in accordance Cultura MACHUPICCHU Ministry
Revenues per day are 500 spaces and these are distributed approximately as follows:

  • Visitors 55%
  • Guides and support staff (cooks, porters) 45%.
  • As you can see a good amount of space the glass support staff, so it is recommended to make a reservation well in advance of 3-4 months in case you can not reach the spaces we suggest taking the best alternative SALKANTAY TREK 5 days 4 nights or LARES TREK 4 Days 3 nights .

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We need the following information to make the reservation.

  • Passport number
  • Nationality
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Full names.
  • To make a reservation you need to make a pre-payment of 50%., with that money buys income and the return trai

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