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Reviewed 2 days ago

I did the Inca trail from KM 108. It was defiantly a hard and hot trek but the scenery along the way is breathtaking! You also get to see some other Inca ruins that you wouldn't have seen if you went directly to Machu Picchu....More

Thank Michelle M
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Reviewed 5 days ago

4 days trekking on the trail, well worth it. Learnt about “Peruvian flat” which is undulating landscape. Day 2 - dead woman’s pass was the greatest ascent and a hard slog up, but worth it when you reach the top, we were actually above the...More

Thank Lorna110
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This place is terrible and i belive it was the worst guides and helps ever everyone is usless there i hated it

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We did a five-mile section of the Inca Trail starting in Chinchero and hiked the descending trail down to Urquillos. Such an amazing experience! The trail descends pretty steeply at first. Walking sticks are recommended. Much better to be hiking downhill than up!

Thank David B
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Seems there are two basic ways to get to Machu Picchu (MP) - bus from Aquas Calientas or hike. And there are many hikes because there are many Inka trails. Common one is 4 day trek, but there are some 1-day options. We did a...More

Thank T R
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We booked Weyki Treks through Peru for Less. Our guide Jose Garcia and his crew were hard working, positive and informative. Jose has a deep understanding of the Inka culture and an ability to connect it to present day Peru...powerful. Weyki has a sterling reputation...More

Thank CASEY T
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Stunning, challenging and worth the effort! No photograph can come close to what you will experience. The food on the trail is excellent. Manny and Jorge were fantastic guides and the porters were terrific.

Thank altierijim
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wayki Trek gave us an awesome experience with porters the night before the hike - with dinner, music, and dancing on a dirt kitchen floor. We stayed at one of their houses and was given a tour of their herb garden too. Then, We had...More

Thank Jack E
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My family traveled with G adventures and it was the one of the best trips of our lives. We are in our 50s and took our 3, 20 something daughters and one fiancé. The scenery was incredible, hiking was difficult and the experience divine!

Thank Tracy J
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Reviewed 1 week ago

While some tourist do the 4-day trek, we opted for the 2-Day experience and it was just about the right thing for us. The first day is pretty challenging, climbing about 600 m from the dropoff point from the train (Urubamba river level) to the...More

Thank ManCabezas
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Connie2012_12
10 April 2018|
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Response from jeromelloyd | Reviewed this property |
You Can certainly do it, it's worth the every bit of effort. We had a few in their late 60's who did it. Based on what you wrote i dont think your fitness regime is good enough, please plan your trip and work out well to you... More
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sunsetpaddler
28 January 2018|
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Response from Debbie G | Reviewed this property |
I worked with Juan (our guide) from Southern Exploration
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