inka trail treks

The Inca Trail Treks to Machu Picchu

The first Spaniards that arrived to Peru unanimously praised the Inca roads, and as the years passed they became outstanding wide roads with thousands of kilometers long, joining all the boundaries of the extensive empire with Cusco, its capital. They were comfortable roads that let you travel without fatigue or danger. The “tambos” (roadside hostelry) where populations in charge of providing and taking care of the large groups of migrants that performed the population changes (mitimaes), and of the soldiers who widen the Inca territories. Tambo and road was the structural binomial of the Inca Empire.

The Inca Trail is a large network of roads existed in what is now known as the Historical Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. Such is the case of the two roads that paralleled the Urubamba river connecting all the towns established along both banks of the river. It is obvious to mention that each riverside town was connected with the others through the road; it could not be other way. The railroad now runs on the right bank of the river.

One of the old roads, the main one that goes by the altitudes, has been named Camina inca (Inca Trail), traveled nowadays by hundreds of national and foreign tourists. The tourism of adventure, research and mysticism are practiced here.

From $980,0
This tour is the complete package. Throughout your five days you will move at a more leisurely pace than the class of 4 days trek. This makes the 5D/4N package more accessible to all levels of hikers and gives you time to soak in the beautiful surroundings.
From $870,0
The infamous Classic Trail of the Incas leads you to one of the new Seven Wonders of the World; the Quechua Citadel of Machu Picchu.  It was re-discovered for the western world by Hiram Bingham in 1911 with the guidance of local indigenous farmers.
From $585,0
This still thrilling 2-day program covers a 13-km Inca Trail, joining the classical 4-day route at the impressive archaeological site of Wiñaywayna, continuing through the famous Inti Punku or Sun Gate, and finally devoting the second day to a full day visit of Machupicchu.
From $870,0
We offer a special two day option for those who are short on time in Cusco, this is a great way to arrive at Machu Picchu if you you do not have enough time to do the full four day trek. On the first day we will take a train from Ollantaytambo to Km 104 and hike until sunset, through the sungate.
From $870,0
The 7 Day Inca Trail offers tourists the chance to enjoy a mix of both the Salkantay Trek and the Inca Trail combined. Starting on the Salkantay Trek the route diverges just before Salkantay Pass and instead goes over the Incachiriaska Pass (Frozen Inca Pass) which leads you down.
From $700,0
This unforgettable tour starts with visiting colorful artisan markets in picturesque towns of the Sacred Valley the mysterious land of the Incas, discover amazing inca civilization and some of the most dramatic mountains you will ever see everything surrounded by a diverse and fascinating.