Since our inception in 2007, ITEP Eco Travel guided thousands of clients successfully and safely to the Inca Trail with the final and happy destiny in Machupicchu. Join our Inca Trail tour on one of our daily confirmed departure!
The Inca Trail or (Capac Ñan) winds through the length of the Inca Andean country of the Tawantinsuyo, Today on our days are Perú, Bolivia, Ecuador, Part of Chile, Argentina and Colombia from the Pacific ocean, through the Nazca and Atacama desert and the hills and glaciers of the Andes, and ends at the foot and plains of the Jungle on the Amazon rainforest. Inspired by the legendary Inca Culture, this Inca hike route, easily ranks among the world's great backpacking experiences.
The most famous Inca Trail is to Machu Picchu (also known as the Inka Trail or Capac Ñan) consists of three overlapping trails: Classic Inca Trail 4 days and 03 nights with a total of 45 km, Short Inca Trail 2days and 1 night with a total of 11 km long and the Longest Salkantay trek – Inca Trail to Machupicchu in 7days and 6 nights, eight a total of 58 kilometers all of them are located in the Cusco Andes mountain range, the 4days inca trail and the 7 days Salkantay – Inca Trail pass through several types of Andean environments including cloud forest, tunnels, and many Inca ruins before ending at the Sun Gate on Machu Picchu sacred mountain. The two longer routes require an ascent to beyond 4,200 meters (13,800 ft) above sea level in WarmiWañusca, which can result in altitude sickness, the small route ascent to beyond 2,650 meters (8,690 ft) above sea level in Wiñayhuayna.
Concern about overuse leading to erosion has led the Peruvian government to place a limit on the number of people who may hike the Inca Trail to Machupicchu per season, and to sharply limit the companies that can provide guides. As a result, advance booking is mandatory. A maximum of 500 people are allowed on the trail each day, of which only 200 are trekkers, the rest being guides and porters. The trail is closed every February for cleaning. As a result, the high season books out very quickly.
Our most popular Short 2days Inca trek for Those with limit time!!! Take this super 01 day trek to Machupicchu and enjoy in your 2nd day the Sunrise in the Inca City, you will enjoying beautiful Inca sites and breathtaking sights along the Inca route!, the trek start in Km 104 and there is a total of 11 km along the short Inca trail until you arrive to Machupicchu!!!.
The Classic 4days Inca trek to Machupicchu, For adventure people!!! The Inca Trail hike to Machupicchu in the Peruvian Andes is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated sights in the world. This powerful Inca Trail experience, are truly unforgettable. Join us - you may even catch a Condor!!! - on this program. Peru Inca Trail tour operator at its best!!!.
The Salkantay trek and the Classic Inca trail the two best treks to Machupicchu in just one journey!!! This Inca Hike to Machupicchu has two of the world's most iconic trekking routes. The Salkantay trek and Inca trail .This active Inca trip passes through forestry, Salkantay glacier mountain , rivers , the high Jungle in the Amazon and lost Inca village before arriving to Machupicchu.
Cusco has an Andean climate with year round temperatures fluctuating between 14-16°, with warm days and cold nights. The rainy season in Cusco is from December to March. Machu Picchu has a semi-tropical climate, with warm and humid days and cold nights. The rainy season is from November to March, so be prepared to get soaked and slippery trail conditions.
The wet months are January to April, when roads are often closed by landslides or flooding. The best months for visiting Machu Picchu are from April to October. The High season is June to August (book well in advance). The trail is closed in February to clean up the garbage left behind (please do not litter when hiking), and because the rain makes it too dangerous to open to the general public.
Beware: your return train ticket from Machu Picchu will have a large impact on how much time you can spend there and whether or not you have time to climb Huayna Picchu at all. When you are booking an Inca Trail ticket from home, the time of your train is probably a very low priority item. You are probably assuming that someone else made sure you have enough time to spend at Machu Picchu. But the reality is that trains get booked and your trail operator may buy you a train ticket out of Aguas Calientes at 1 p.m. To make it to this train, you will have to be at the train station at 12:30, which means you have to leave Machu Picchu by no later than noon, which means that you will be there only briefly, and have to leave it when it is the most crowded.
Machu Picchu is the best in the first half hour after opening and during the last two hours before closing. Most people are gone after 3 p.m., and the light till 5 p.m. is gorgeous, the heat a little gentler, and you can sit on a patch of grass and soak in the place. You do not want to miss this. It will make Machu Picchu yours. At 10 a.m. Machu Picchu is hot, crowded, loud, and bustling. You will be running around to not lose track of your tour group. At 4 p.m. you can really see it at your own pace, and hang out with the resident chinchillas and llamas. But to do that, you have to take a later train.
Vistadome: there is no point in taking Vistadome after 6 p.m. because it's dark, but sometimes service and comfort are well deserved after the strenuous hike.
INCA TRAIL EXPEDITIONS PERU, tour Operator of the famous Inca Trail and all destinations in Peru and south America, since 2007 we create unforgettable treks to Machu Picchu. This trek is one of the World Famous It is South America's best hiking experience.
Machu Picchu was connected with the Inca city of Cusco and the rest of the Inca Empire by trails of excellent design in strict and perfect harmony with the natural Andean environment. This road is surrounded by breathtaking scenery as it crosses the Andes Mountains, sections of the Peruvian jungle and rainforest.Contact Us