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Inca trail to Machu Picchu

  • Private Tour
  • Pickup Service
  • Live Guide
  • 96 hr

Peru by Locals offers tailor-made treks and tours and we cater to your individual interests when we plan your tour – whether it is nature, history, culture, food or photography, we can do it all. We are committed to providing world-class tours based on exceptional customer service. We are a locally owned and highly experienced travel company based in Cusco, Peru. Our staff consists of members which have decades of first-hand experience in the Peruvian tourism sector. All the management and staff at Peru by Locals speak English, Spanish and Quechua (the language of the Incas). Our guides and staff members are professionally trained and educated in the history of the Incas, Peruvian history, culture and traditions, first aid, guiding treks and tours, the fauna and flora of the region, and tourism management. We are committed to protect and cherish our environment.

Itinerary Details

The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is arguably one of the most famous and most popular multi-day hikes in the world. With permits now limited to roughly 200 tourists per day, the privilege to walk in the footsteps of Incan Pilgrims to their spiritual citadel at Machu Picchu often requires booking up to a year in advance.
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The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is arguably one of the most famous and most popular multi-day hikes in the world. With permits now limited to roughly 200 tourists per day, the privilege to walk in the footsteps of Incan Pilgrims to their spiritual citadel at Machu Picchu often requires booking up to a year in advance.

It’s popularity is unsurprising, as this ancient trail scales spectacular mountain passes with breathtaking views across the majestic Andes; it passes the ruins of numerous Inca settlements, many of them meticulously preserved by the passage of time; it winds through remote Andean communities still active in the livelihoods of generations past and it leads us through contrasting ecological environments from the barren mountainside, to eerie Cloud