F.A.Q - COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT TOURS AND TREKS IN PERU
1: DO THE PRICES ON YOUR WEBSITE INCLUDES INTERNATION FLIGHT?
Travellers come from all over the world to be part of our tours, and as such, it is very difficult to include international flights in our prices. Purchasing international airfares is best done through secure internet-web based companies. We recommend you to consult your travel agent in your country and purchase it directly there.
2: DO YOUR TOURS INCLUDE PICK UP AT THE AIRPORT OF LIMA UPON MY ARRIVAL?
Yes, all our tours includes pick up at Lima airport. Our representative will be waiting for you at the international arrival sector with a sign on which your names will be written.
3: SHOULD I TAKE CASH OR CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS?
We strongly recommend to bring a bit of cash when coming to Peru, the most accepted foreign currency are American dollars, though travellers check are also changeable in the bank of the big cities. As to the credit cards, there are ATM's available in every city we visit, so it is easy to withdraw soles (S/.) or dollars ($).
4: US DOLLARS/EUROS/TRAVEL CHECKS ARE ACCEPTED IN PERU?
Yes, they are accepted in hotels, restaurants, shops, airports, bus stations, etc. We strongly advise you to change your money (dollars/euros) at official places such as banks and exchange money agencies.
5: DO I NEED INSURANCE?
Travel insurance is highly recommended. Check with the insurance you already have to see if you are covered. For more information CLICK HERE.
6: DO YOU OFFER ANY TRAVEL INSURANCE?
Not. We don’t offer. Each client must come with own insurance. We advise you to do it directly in your country prior you travel to Peru.
7: HOW MANY PARTICIPANTS ARE THERE ON YOUR TRIPS?
Maximum numbers of participant are 10 people; in case the group is large they will be leader by two official tour guides.
8: IS THERE ANY AGE RESTRICTION?
No. The average range is 20 to 50 years old. Every body is welcome to our tours, including the kids, they will be under protections of they parents, we are not responsible for them.
9: WHO WILL BE IN CHARGE OF THE GROUP DURING OUR TRIP?
In case you choose one of our largest programs, with everything included (private transportations, hotels, trips in each city), the group is accompanied by one of our escort, who professional english speaking tour guide. They are very knowledgeable about the regions we visit and offer suggestions for extra things to do and see also he/she will help you to introduce you to locals. We also work with local guides who knows the area better than anybody.
10: CAN I BOOK EXTRA NIGHTS OF HOTEL BEFORE OR AFTER MY TOUR?
Yes, just send us an e-mail with your request (category, city, type of room and date) and we will assistance with the best options.
11: ARE DOMESTIC FLIGHTS INCLUDED DURING YOUR TRIPS?
Yes, they are. We include all internal flights within Peru and also include local airport taxes.
12: WHAT KIND VACCINATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR MY TRIP?
Vaccinations are not required, unless you are travelling to the rainforest. If you visit the Peruvian rainforest we suggest a vaccination against yellow fever. The only qualified to provide you with a proper advice are your familiar physician or a specialist from a travel health clinic, so we suggest talking with him/her before you come to Peru.
13: ARE THERE MOSQUITOS IN THE RAINFOREST?
If you visit the jungle area yes, we recommend to bring along a good mosquitoes repellent. In case you visit the rainforest during the month of December, January, February or March (rainy season), we strongly recommend a strong especial mosquito repellent. You will have to buy it at your country or in Peru. In addition we also recommend you to bring a couple of long sleeve t-shirts; they are very helpful in this case.
14: HOW CAN I PREVENT THE ALTITUDE SICKNESS?
If you are just arriving from your country to Lima (sea level) and then to the highlands (Arequipa, Cusco, Huaraz, Cajamarca, Puno), we recommend you to take it easy, do not push yourself too much on the first hours. It is advisable to drink plenty of fluids such as water.
15: WHAT KIND OF CLOTHING SHOULD I BRING TO PERU?
Travelling on the Peruvian coast, you may wear light clothing (shorts, T-shirts, sandals) during the day is warm, excepts mornings and nights where the temperature can drop no more than 8° degree Celsius in winter and 12 °C in summer. During our visit to the Andes we strongly recommend to bring proper warm clothing for the cold and rain (December to April). On the jungle, you will need light clothing.
16: WHAT TYPE OF LUGGAGE SHOULD I BRING TO TRAVEL IN PERU?
For adventure trip, we highly recommend to bring a good backpack, because they are very practical to carry and to store. For easy touring you can bring suitcases, they are very easy to store in buses. Remember that you will have to carry your own stuff most of the time, and that, on this kind of trips we usually get on and get off buses and trains, so this could be a little frustrating if you don't have a proper travel luggage.
17: DO ALL HOTELS HAVE PRIVATE BATHROOMS IN THE ACCOMMODATION YOU OFFER?
Yes, they do. We use mid-range, standard and luxury hotels that have private bathrooms, hot water all day and night. Most of hotels are centrally located in at big cities, such as Lima, Cusco, Arequipa, Cajamarca and others due to its excellent service. Also we use basic places to stay, such as family lodgings (Lake Titicaca) bamboo rooms (Jungle trips) camping gear (all treks tours). If you would like to know more about them, send us an e-mail and we will give you more details.
18: IS TIPPING INCLUDED?
Tipping is not included in our packages, usually is 10% in the places to eat (restaurant and cafes shops). But on the airports, to the tour guides, porters, drivers, assistances, counters you can give your voluntary, that depending how was the service and how happy you feel, you are not obligate to tipping to all of them.
19: DO YOU INCLUDE MEALS ON YOUR TRIPS?
Yes, meals are included when travelling in remote areas, such as the jungle, Inca Trail, Titicaca Island, and Colca Canyon (according your programme). Meals are not including on the days that you are staying at big cities. Here we prefer to give our clients the option to choose the great array of food Peru has to offer.
NOTE: On the Amantani Island at the Lake Titicaca, the meals offered by local families during the home-stay are very basic, so we suggest bringing along some snacks and fruits.
20: WHAT TYPE OF LAND TRANSPORTATION WILL WE USE DURING THE TOURS?
There are some sections in Peru where, in order to show our clients more of our country, we offer private transportation to make stops at places of interest along the way or to do different route. Also we offer luxury public bus service to connect between the big cities, but on our local tours we use private van or 4x4 vehicles.
21: WHAT WILL BE THE TEMPARATURE?
If travelling in Peru during the winter season (June to November), it is very cold, we strongly recommend warm clothing, especially if you travel on the Andes, where temperatures descend till - 2 °C during the night, on the sunny days the temperatures drop up to 18ºC.
If you come to Peru during summer time (December to April), the climate is usually very hot on the coast during the day 30 °C and cool on the Andes 8°C. So a good fleece is for sure very helpful. It also is a good idea to bring along a rain poncho or rain cut for the raining season. If you are planning to visit Amazon rainforest, the climate change every day, some day can sunny or hard rain for couple hours, take you summer and winter clothes. For more information about the weather in Peru, CLICK HERE.
22: WHAT DO PRICES INCLUDE/EXCLUDE?
Although most tours include your accommodation, private or public transport, camping and climbing gear, tour leader or local guides, entrances fees, mentioned meals and activities that are included. The prices not included items of a personal nature, such as laundry, phone calls, tipping, room service, optional excursions, beverages, international departure taxes, customs, and immigration fees, all that is at your own expense.
23: HOW FAN IN ADVANCE SHOULD I MAKE MY BOOKING?
We suggest booking your trip 1 month in advance minimum. If you are planning to hike the Inca trail, you have to book with 3 months in advance specially in the high tourist season (Jun to Set), as the departure are limited and sell out quickly. To make reservation of bus, train and airlines send email and we will check the availability of places and we answer soon.
24: IS IT OXYGEN BOTTLES AVAILABLE IN CASE WE NEED IT?
Yes, it is available, in all our Private VIP Service/Tours only and tourist transports. The Backpacker Service don't include oxygen bottles.
25: HOW TO MAKE A RESERVATION OF YOUR TOURS?
You can do via e-mail to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org via facsimile, via telephone (+51 - 51 - 221658) adding you personal dates, such as full name, number of passport, nationality, country and copy of your passport. If you need more information or do you have questions about the tours in Peru, our consults will be happy to discuss your travel plans.
INCA TRAIL FREQUENTLY QUESTIONS
PERU ADVENTURE TOURS
hast to elaborate new Frequently Asked Question to help our clients understand the new regulation for the Inca Trail Trek
to Machu Picchu
, see below:
1: WHAT IS INCA TRAIL FAQ?
This is a list of Frequently-Asked Questions about the Inca Trail
Trek or Inka Route Trek to Machu Picchu Citadel
or Machupicchu Ruin
, accompanied by truly answers prepared by our local tour guides.
2: WHAT IS THE INCA TRAIL?
The Inca Trail
is the name for the walking route that partially follows the course of an old Inca route leading to Machu Picchu
citadel. Normally this trek begins at Km 82 or Km 88 on the railway between Cuzco
and Machu Picchu
and ends at Machu Picchu ruin
3: HOW LONG IS THE INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU?
This trail is about 33-39 kilometers (20 – 24 miles). PERU ADVENTURE TOURS
suggest to hikers lovers to start the trail from Km 82 to Machu Picchu
and enjoy more scenery on the first day.
4: HOW HARD IS THE INCA TRAIL TREK TO MACHU PICCHU?
Generally this trek is strenuous, but there is no glacier walking or rock-climbing involved, so you don’t need to be experienced hiker or to be prepared technically to book this amazing trek.
The difficulty comes largely from the repeated steep ascents and descents, and from the high altitude. On the second day the climb to the first pass takes from 3000m (9750ft) to 4200m (13650ft) in a relatively short space, followed by a descent to 3600m (11700ft). After the second day - second pass at 3640m (11830ft) the trail become easier to Machu Picchu ruin
5: THE INCA TRAIL TREK PRICE INCLUDES PORTERS, WHAT THEY CARRY?
Yes, the trek price includes porters. They carry the food, the cooking gear, the tents, the mattresses, and they personal items.
The trek price DOESN’T include a personal porter to help you to carry your personal items.
6: CAN I HIRE A PORTER TO CARRY MY PERSONAL ITEMS OR LUGGAGE ON THE INCA TRAIL?
If you’re fit and accustomed to hiking with a heavy backpack, you can do without help of Porter. If you like to walk comfortable without backpack and especially if you like to take pictures or you like to bring extra personal things PERU ADVENTURE TOURS
recommend to hire a personal Porter to help you with your backpack along the Inca Trail
The Porter will carry maximum12 kilograms according the new regulation of the Inca Trail
- The government authorities that control access to the Inca Trail
). We recommend bringing your own daypack to carry some essential things (camera, rain jacket, bottle of water, snack, etc) because the porter don’t will be waiting or walking next to you when his carrying your backpack. Normally they go fast from the last to the next campsite to set up your tent, mattress and sleeping bag.
To hire a personal porter in the Inca Trail
Trek is really good idea in case you don’t like to carry a heavy backpack.
7: IS RECOMMENDED TO BRING TREKKING POLES ON THE INCA TRAIL?
The trekking poles are accepted only if they have rubber covers. According the new regulation all hikers are obligated to use rubber covers if their trekking poles are with metal spikes (ONLY), this is for not damage the stones paving along the Inca Trail
. PERU ADVENTURE TOURS
hire a pair of trekking poles for $3 USD per day. Also you can buy bamboo poles from the local people of Ollantaytambo
or in the check point of the Inca Trail, each hand made poles cost around $3 USD.
8: HOW MUCH COST TO HIRE A PERSONAL PORTER FOR THE INCA TRAIL TREK?
They can be hired for $35 USD per day or $140 USD for 4 days. The hire cost includes his transportation, entrance fees, meals and camping gear.
If you like to hire a Porter notify us at booking time and we will guarantee this service.
9: CAN I WALK ALONG ON THE INCA TRAIL?
No, is prohibit do this trekking in yourself. According the new regulation is mandatory to join a group through local tour operator and this one will organize the trekking according your date requested. The local tour operator is responsible to organize the authorized local guide, cooks, registered porters, entrance fees, camping equipment and the campsite will be coordinated by the UGM
(The government authorities that control access to the Inca Trail
10: HOW FIT DO I NEED TO BE DOING THE INCA TRAIL?
The fitter you are, the more you will enjoy it. Conversely, the less fit you are, the less you'll enjoy it. If you're extremely unfit, you may even fail to enjoy it to the point of collapsing in a lifeless heap somewhere along the way and having to be buried on the spot by your fitter companions.
If you want to prepare yourself, hiking is the most obviously appropriate activity, but anything that builds stamina such as running or swimming is also useful.
11: WHAT ABOUT ALTITUDE ALONG THE INCA TRAIL?
The Inca Trail
is high enough that some people do have problems with the altitude on the second day (Huarmy Wañusca Pass or Woman Dead Pass), this is the highest pass along the Inca Trail (4200m – 13650 ft).
Being short of breath is relatively common and is not, by itself, causing for concern. On the other hand, severe dizziness, loss of coordination and concentration, severely irregular breathing, and death from pulmonary or cerebral edema are generally regarded as more serious symptoms of mountain sickness.
If you, or someone with you, does start to show any of the symptoms of severe mountain sickness - severe breathlessness, noisy breathing, blue lips, frothing at the mouth, confusion or unconsciousness - you should descend to a lower altitude as quickly as possible and seek medical advice.
The best to do is to spend minimum 2 or more nights in Cusco
before start the Inca trail to Machu Picchu
. Half or full day hikes around Cusco
will help you so much with good acclimatization.
12: WHAT IS THE BEST TIME OF YEAR TO GO?
We recommend doing the Inca Trail
Trek during the dry season, this is between May to November. Even the dry season is possible to get some rain in the Inca Trail
. We recommended bringing your rain gear if you plan to walk the Inca Trail
The rainy season in Cusco
region (Inca Trail
) is from December to May. There is likely to be heavy rain for two to three hours every afternoon, as well as the possibility of light showers that continue over a longer period. Walking conditions are difficult, and streams may become impossible.
Average weather conditions in Cusco
and on the Inca Trail:
DRY SEASON APRIL – NOVEMBER
Day temperature 20ºC - 25ºC - Night temperature -1ºC - 7ºC
WET SEASON DECEMBER – MARCH
Day temperature 17ºC - 22ºC - Night temperature 4ºC - 7ºC
Note that just as anywhere else in the world, these are general tendencies. You could have a dry day in December, you could get rained on in July. Note also that there's a wide variation in temperature, dependent on altitude and time of day. For more information about the weather conditions in Cusco
and all over Peru
check the official weather website; SENAMI
13: HOW FAR IN ADVANCE I NEED TO BOOK THIS TREK?
PERU ADVENTURE TOURS
strongly recommend book your permit(s) as far in advance as possible and we will guarantee the permits to hike the Inca Trail
to Machu Picchu
Normally recommendation making the trek booking is between 4 or 3 months prior you arrive to Peru
, after you plan your vacation and you know the dates of your arrival to Cusco
don’t hesitate to book the permits.
(The government authorities that control access to the Inca Trail
) has strictly limited the number of people permitted on the Inca Trail
during 2008 (500 people per day).
14: WHAT ABOUT NEW REGULATION FOR THE INCA TRAIL?
Concern about overuse leading to erosion has led the Peruvian government to place a limit on the number of people who may hike this trail per season, and to sharply limit the companies that can provide guides. As a result, advance booking is mandatory, this need to done with 4 or 3 months in advance.
A maximum of 500 people per day, including guides and porters, are permitted to begin the Inca Trail
every day. As a result, the high season books out very quickly.
The new regulations reportedly came into force on 1st January 2001. Among other things, they increase the fee for walking the Trail, limit the number of walkers, and make it mandatory to go as part of a guided group
According to the Resolution #002-2004-UGM
-CD, published in El Peruano
on Nov 12, 2004, modifying chapter III of the Inca Trail
Regulation which refers to Inca Trail
space bookings, the permits will only be guaranteed by the governmental institutions when providing full names, nationalities and passport numbers of passengers, and when having paid the full amount of passengers and staff (cook and team of porters) entrance fees.
For more information about the Inca Trail
regulation CLICK HERE
15 – WHEN THE INCA TRAIL IS GOING TO BE CLOSED?
The Inca Trail is closed every February to clean and maintenance the trail, the toilets, the campsites and the bridges along the Inca Route.
16 – IT IS DANGEROUS TO WALK IN THE INCA TRAIL?
No, the Inca Trail
trek is most safe route for hikers, even if you forget something in the campsite. There is not any report about robberies along the trail. Today this trail is monitoring by the local authorities and they care the campsites, the hikers, the porters and the other camp staff.
Along the way are government camp staffs checking all the hikers and guides, all of them are equipped with radios to report any injury, loss, accident or emergency with any visitors.
17: WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE?
Some days our groups are not more than 12 people (maximum), of course plus the tour guides, the porters and cooks (camp staff).
Some days we employ two guides when there are 12 participants in the group. In case the group is short with 6 or 8 participants we employ just one tour guide to lead to along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
18 – WHAT ABOUT WILD ANIMALS ALONG THE INCA TRAIL?
The Inca Trail is part of Machu Picchu
National Park, so this trip is with lot possibilities to find wild animals. The Inca Trail is home to the habitats of an enormous variety of bird species, calculated at more than 400, such as the cock-of-the-rocks (Rupicola Peruviana
), and considered Peru's national bird. The area also features brightly-colored orchids and tree-born ferns, considered treasures of the sanctuary.
is home to some striking species, such as the cock-of-the-rocks (Peru's national bird) and the spectacled bear, the only bear species in South America. The area is also inhabited by the rare dwarf deer called sachacabra and the Huemal deer, plus more than 300 bird species. The area boasts a large variety of flora species, with some 200 species of orchids registered here to date.
If you are bird watcher PERU ADVENTURE TOURS
recommend to book special trek taking 5 or 6 days and our tour guide can show you the most remote places along the trail to see the wild life.
19 – IS THE INCA TRAIL CROWDED?
Since 2004 when the new regulation begin to restrict 500 hikers per day, the trail looks more clear and less erosion is happening. Even in the high or low tourist season always will be not more than 500 people hiking along the Inca Trail
Normally are large groups including tourist, guides, porters and cooks, but not more than 25 groups each day.
20: ARE THERE ANY FACILITIES TO USE TOILETS ALONG THE INCA TRAIL?
Yes, there are many build toilets along the Inca Trail
clearly marked; especially they are located on the major campsites. But we still recommend bring your own toilet paper, etc.
21: CAN IN FIND SHOP ALONG THE INCA TRAIL TO BUY WATER?
No, there are not shops all along the way, but you can buy water in the campsites (day 1, day 3, day 4). On the second day are not possible places to buy water, but you can take some extra bottle. Other option to get water is cook, he will offer boiled water at every breakfast, and dinner time. The last option if to bring your purification tables (Micropur is recommended) to get water from the mountain spring. Every 2 hours you will pass the springs.
22: IS THERE STUDENT DISCOUNT FOR THE INCA TRAIL PERMITS?
Yes, there is discount ONLY if the students show the valid International Student Card (ISIC). If you are student you will get $43 USD as discount.
Adult price $89 USD
Student price $46 USD (Previous student's card presentation via e-mail and physically at check point of the trail)
Other student cards are not accepted by the park authority or at booking time. You most bring your student valid card and valid passport for the Inca Trail
, without two documents or expired passport or student card you can’t do the Inca Trail
, please note this last recommendation.
23: I AM TRAVELING SOLO CAN I HAVE MY OWN TENT ON THE INCA TRAIL?
Yes, we can provide a double capacity tent to be used as single tent for additional $30 USD for entire trek (4 days). If you like to save some money you can decide to share the tent with another person of same sex.
See the quality of our camping gear, CLICK HERE
24: DO YOU OFFER A PLACE TO STORE MY LUGGAGES; DO NOT NEED TO TAKE ON THE INCA TRAIL?
Yes, you can store your luggage in our local office of Cusco
. Also you can store them in your hotel, normally each hotel offer this service without charge payment. We recommend the second option because will be more easy when you return to Cusco
after the Inca Trail.
25: I DON'T HAVE A PASSPORT CAN I BOOK THE TREK?
No, if you don’t have passport we can’t accept you any reservation for the Inca Trail
because to buy your permits we need a photocopy o f your passport. We recommend getting first your passport and then making your booking for the permit.
26: CAN I TRANSFER MY PERMIT TO OTHER PERSON OR CHANGE THE DATE OF THE TREK?
No, this is impossible because the permit is valid just for one date and for one person, you can’t transfer to another person.
We can’t refund the deposit (50%) you did to book the permit. If you like to change date to do the trekking you will need to make another deposit and we will book another permit ONLY if there are permits available.
27: MY PASSPORT IS OUT OF DATE, CAN I MAKE THE TREK BOOKING?
Yes, if you have old passport and then you like to renew for a new one. You can make your booking with the old passport but to do the trek you need to bring both passports to show the park authorities before to start the trekking on the Inca Trail
28: WHAT IS PROHIBITED IN THE INCA TRAIL TREK TO MACHU PICCHU?
The Inca Trail is part of the Machu Picchu
Sanctuary, a protected area of 32,592 hectares, managed by the National Institute of Natural Resources, INRENA
. Every visitor must obey park regulations prohibiting littering, cutting or damaging trees, removing or damaging stones of ruins and the Trail, removing plants, killing animals, lighting open fires or camping in the archeological sites (Only authorized campsites can be used).
29: THERE ARE AVAILABLE SHOWERS ALONG THE INCA TRAIL TREK TO MACHU PICHU?
There are only cold showers in each camp site between the first and third day. Only on the third night at Wiñay Wayna is available hot shower with extra $2.50 USD per person.
30: WHAT TO BRING ON THE INCA TRAIL TREK
31: HOW CAN I BOOK MY SPACE FOR THE INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU?
- Original passport to be showed in the park control of the trail (day 1).
- Original and valid International Student Card (ISIC), only if you booked the trek as student.
- Hiking boots (waterproof), sneakers is welcome to but for the rainy is not enough comfortable.
- Sleeping bag -15ºC (this can be hired in our office for $5 USD per day with previous notification at booking time).
- Long pants or slacks.
- Long-sleeved shirts to prevent you from the sunburn.
- Sweaters and a jacket (something warm for the night).
- Rain wear or poncho for the rainy season December - April, but during the dry season can be raining too.
- Camera with extra batteries.
- Bottle of water, along the trail you can purchase a bottle of water for few coins more. Also you can bring purification tablets (Micropur can be bought in local pharmacies in Cusco).
- Snack (dried fruits, chocolates, etc).
- Insect repellent to protect you from mosquitoes along the Inca Trail.
- Hat and sun block to protect you from the sun.
- Personal toilet items.
- Flashlight or headlamp and batteries.
- First Aid kit (Band-Aids, cotton, bandages, alcohol, aspirin, tablets for stomach troubles, medicines to avoid altitude sickness).
- Backpack of 50 liters or more to carry your personal items including your sleeping bag.
- Day pack is good to bring to carry your camera, water, rain jacket. Only if you hire a personal porter to help you with the big pack.
- Plenty of complete change of clothing (only if you hire a personal porters to help you to carry up to 12kg).
- A change of underwear.
- Gloves, scarf and wool socks.
- Toiletries, towel and toilet paper.
- Swimsuit (On the last day there is possibilities to swim on the hot spring of Aguas Calientes – only if time permit).
- Optional: Trekking Poles with rubber covers (No damage the Inca Trail), without rubber covers you CAN’T use them.
- Optional: Binoculars if you like to appreciate birds along the Inca route.
- Optional: GPS to map the campsites, the ruins and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
After you ready the FAQ (Frecuently Asked Questions) and accept the terms and conditions you will be ready to make reservation of your permit to hike the Inca Trail Machu Picchu
The first step is to contact us via email at email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
or to email@example.com
and then we will contact and send to you the BOOKING FORM attached via e-mail.
This BOOKING FORM need to be downloading, fill up and then send to us via e-mail and then we will confirm your spaces as soon as possible according availability of permits.
32: HOW CAN I PAY THE TREK, DO YOU NEED A DEPOSIT?
You will need to pay a trek deposit 50% per person. The deposit can be paid by bank transfer to our bank account, Western Union money transfer (www.westernunion.com
), or you can use your email account registered in www.paypal.com
to make your first payment for Inca Trail Trek
After we receive the first payment (50%) we will guarantee the booking of the permits according your date requested.
The final balance of the trek needs to be paid in Cusco
. One day before the date of trek you need to come our office in Cusco
to arrange the final payment in cash (US dollars or local currency), the travelers checks are welcoming but we will charge you 5%. After the first deposit we will send you a payment and tour confirmation via e-mail and you will need to print it and safe until the meeting day in Cusco
. The meeting normally happens at 7pm one day before the trek leave from Cusco
33: THERE ARE AVAILABILITY PERMITS FOR THE INCA TRAIL TREK TO MACHU PICCHU?
To be sure to find permit for 2 or 4 day trek in the Inca Trail
to Machu Picchu
according your date requested go into the official government website and check yourself if you can still find available permits.
The website is mentioned below:
After check yourself the availability permits for the Inca Trail,
make contact with us as soon as possible and to book your permit after you send to us the BOOKING FORM
and the first payment of 50%.
See below some excellent alternate treks to Machu Picchu:
INCA TRAIL - 4 Days Calssic Version
INCA TRAIL - 2 Days Classic Version
Salkantay Trek - 5 Days
Lares Llama Trek - 4 Days
Choquequirao Trek - 4 Days
Inka Jungle Trail To Machu Picchu - 4 Days
Ausangate Trek - 6 Days
For more information about the tour or you request a new date to departure for this tour, please contact us....
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