A must visit - gorgeous scenary and you will be amazed by the ingenuity of the Incan civilization that had carved those trails into the mountains 500 years ago!
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Finally checked off my bucket list! A difficult hike for a native Floridian, but I made it. A wonderful experience and an amazing sites to see along the way. If I could do it, just about anyone can do it. No regrets!
Thanks to Andean Hikers Peru we had an awesome 4 days Inca Trail up to Machu Picchu. Mr Harawi the responsible of this company has been always been responsive and helpful with all our enquires and bookings. Thanks to him being always reachable on email....More
What an amazing experience. It's one of those things you read and hear about but until you do it you don't realize how much better it is in person. The views are magnificent, the 4 day classic trek is physically and mentally challenging, and the...More
We left the Inca rail at km 104 for a one day trek toward the MACHU PICHU We were lucky enough not to have rain but sun at the INTIPUNKU (sun gate) overlooking the MACHU PICHU: the experience of a life time ! Unless you...More
I saw trash in different part of the trail. The entrance to the park is not only a few dollars and the administration can work better to maintain properly this amazing trail to Machupicchu. The nature and the inca remains are beautiful. Loved Puyupatamarca.
Have wanted to do this for a couple of years. To be finally here was awesome. I did spend time worrying about altitude sickness but other than a couple of light nosebleeds and a bit of a headache all was fine. The second day is...More
We did the 4 day Inca Trail Hike with Wayki Trek. They were outstanding. Could not have asked for a better experience. Do not be afraid to take this hike. I am 60 years old and have spent my entire life at an altitude below...More
I dAid the 4-day-trail. I have done marathons, a 50K Rocky Mountain trail run and an Ironman, so I guess I know what I am talking about: don't underestimate the trail. The second day was an 11-hour day with 2 hills. Even for people in...More