Machu Picchu Trekking
- 9 days, 7 nights
- Group Size:
- High-altitude trek
At present we're just offering the classic Inca Trail. We do, however, include two full days before the start of the trek to help you acclimatise properly. But there's plenty of exciting things to do and see during this time!
Country info and facts
Here's what you need to know to plan a trip to Peru. Please take careful note of the visa and entry procedure, as it's a little different from most other countries.
Spanish and Quechua
Proof of onward travel (like a plane or bus ticket). Documents showing you can enter your onward destination if you're not returning home afterwards. Bank statements showing you have sufficient funds to cover your trip expenses. A passport that's valid for at least six months from your date of entry.
Trek to Machu Picchu
All you need to know to plan a trek to the famous Inca city!
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The Inca Trail is a high-altitude trek that's usually completed over four days, and ends with a visit to the magnificent ruins of Machu Picchu. Here's what to expect each day on the trek, as well as seasonal differences and what the actual path looks like.
In this complete packing list for trekking to Machu Picchu we list and also discuss the trekking equipment, clothing, shoes, toiletries and other essentials (as well as some non-essentials) that you need to successfully and comfortably manage the trek.
Citizens of many nationalities can visit Peru without a visa. So we first list which countries are visa-exempt, then discuss the different visa options for those who must obtain one. We also explain what to expect in terms of the entry process.