The famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the most exceptional in the world. It begins at KM 82 of the railway of the passage Cusco - Quillabamba and demand 3 to 4 days to do it.
On the passage we pass different altitudes, microclimates and ecosystems, between mountain landscape and jungle, as well we can see different Inca constructions, which let us imagine and dream. The trail reaches its highest point in Abra de Warmiwañuska on 4200 meters of altitude. Later, in the lower part, we can appreciate beautiful places like those of Wiñaywayna and amazing granite rock falls.
One of the most important attractions of the trail is the natural scenery, the air and the tranquility - full of freedom. The flora and fauna offer a lot of incredible variety in vegetal species and animals. Machu Picchu was connected with Cusco and the rest of the Inca Empire by a way net, specially designed to keep and preserve a perfect harmony.
The Incas had a great knowledge of integration and perfect coexistence between architecture, construction and environment. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is known as the most famous walking trail in South America.
Very important For booking the trekking Inka Trail - Machu Picchu you have to send the following information: complete name and last name, date of birth, nationality and passport number. Students have also to send their scanned ISIC card and children up to 7 years their scanned passport.
Passengers should bring with them the following personal things:
Personal hygiene, a small first-aid kit containing some bandages, muscle ache lotion, pills against altitude sickness, fever, stomach aches, bottled water and purification pills, sun cream, sunglasses, binoculars, photo camera, flashlight, plastic covers, stick, trekking shoes, thermo-clothes for the cold nights, light clothes for the day and some money. Besides, the original passport and students as well their international student card ISIC.