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Survival tips for Inca Trail

Traditional Inca Trail is consider by hiker like moderate, we walk around 39.6 km, from snowy mountains, high jungle, stone stairs, and Machu Picchu citadel, we need to be prepare for this challenge, we advise: Acclimatize unless 2 days in Cusco city before start the trek Bring sweet snack like energetic bars with honey during […]

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INCA TRAIL PREPARATION

The Traditional Inca Trail has a moderate level of difficulty; we walk 39.4 kilometers, first 2 days to up the mountains until 4200 masl (Warmiwañusqa pass) and 2 days to downhill. We advise make physical exercise like walk, run, go to the gym, or similar unless a month before to begin your trek. We advise […]

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INCA TRAIL FOOD & DRINK

Food: Inca Adventure – Trekking have a chef and a cook for each trip who prepare delicious and varied food, If you have some specific require please let us know at the moment of your reservation, we can cater vegetarian food, and lactose and gluten intolerance, but not vegan because is difficult for our cookers […]

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Machu Picchu Tours

Whilst many of us may feel comfortable holidaying in our home country on a very free and easy itinerary, when it comes to travelling further afield some of us prefer to do so through the security of a recognized travel agent or a reputable tour organizer. Certainly, South America is a long way from home […]

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What is the Inca Trail

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is the best known hiking route in the Peru, yet it is just one of a complex network of paths that once snaked their way over the Andes, connecting the far flung corners of the now defunct Inca Empire. When it was at its full glory, the Inca road […]

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When was Machu Picchu discovered

When was Machu Picchu discovered

The farmer Agustin Lizarraga settled down in the zone looking for fertile soil for his crops in 1900. The settlers Melchor Arteaga, Justo A. Ochoa, Gabino Sanchez, and Dr Tomas E. Peine, among others had already known about Machu Picchu. On July 24th 1911, the professor of history Hiram Bingham climbed at the top of […]

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How to Travel to Machu Picchu

Every year, millions of people visit the imposing and mysterious Incan citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru. But getting to the massive agricultural terraces, intricate stone constructions, and epic hilltop views of this UNESCO World Heritage site isn’t cheap, and it involves some trickier-than-usual logistics. Here’s how to expertly navigate your way to Peru’s most famous destination. Contents1 […]

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