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Popular Treks to Machu Picchu

Tuesday, 24 October, 2017 | Our Blog | 0 Comentarios

The Inca Trail is one of those iconic treks that everyone should do it once in the life. Inca trail covers a distance of 45km or 26mls that normally takes four days trekking; the goal of this unique trek is that at the end you’ll reach to one of the most important tourist destination in the world – Machu Picchu. This beutiful Inca trail is well preserved and all of them is paved with stones, often that rail climbs up and descent.
The opportunity of trekking through the Andean Mountains for four days culminating in a sunrise arrival at Machu Picchu is something that one could never refuse; so, just booked your ticket for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

For the Inca Trail on the first we normally start very early. You’ll be transferred by bus to the starting point of the trek and met your guide, cook and porters. Then you’ll trek with the group escorted by your guide; after you check the permits in the control point you’ll cross the bridge and started walking up what looked like a steep incline; scenery is breath-taking. Urubamba River roared beneath and the snow-capped peaks formidable. The Inca Trail is a one-way trip, but some people (usually those who haven’t spent any time acclimatizing) have to turn back early on due to altitude sickness.

Inca trail climbs up toward the “Dead Women’s Pass” located at an altitude of 4,200masl. This is considered the hardest part of the trek. From this point of the trek one is rewarded with splendid views; down several valleys and up many picturesque mountains. After that the Inca trail continues more manageable. Even that the Inca Trail cross the second highest pass located at 4,000m. The trekking is much easier going as well and as it start to descend towards our final campsite; here all trekkers filled with excitement about getting to Machu Picchu the next day.

SUNRISE PERU TREK an authorized Peruvian Tour Operator offers the following options to trek and reach to Machu Picchu in Peru.

Featured Treks to Machu Picchu in Peru

  Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2 Days:

This trek in the shorter trek to Machu Picchu; it’s good for people with short time but interested in adventure treks; the trail is a distance of 11km which you can trek in 6 – 7 hours and the next day is exploring the iconic Machu Picchu.

  Challenge Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 3 Days:

Is the trekking for that with good physical conditions; the trail involves two days trekking and one day explores Machu Picchu. It is very challenging trek but wonderful because you’ll visit mysterious Inca runs along the trail. The distance of the trail is 45km or 26mls; the highest point is 4,200m.

  Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 Days:

Is the trekking for that with good physical conditions; the trail involves two days trekking and one day explores Machu Picchu. It is very challenging trek but wonderful because you’ll visit mysterious Inca runs along the trail. The distance of the trail is 45km or 26mls; the highest point is 4,200m.

  Luxury Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 5 Days.

If you are limited in your fiscal conditions or you want trek with your family then, this trip is for you. This trek is the same distance that in the four days trek; but you walk short distance per day. The Luxury Inca Trail involves 4 days trekking for about 6 -7 hours per day and the last day you’ll explore Machu Picchu. In this tour you walk with your small backpack carrying water, raingear, camera and snacks. The porters will carry all equipment. It is highly recommended for customers with no experience in trekking and for families. In this trip are included 3 nights camping and one night hotel in the town of Aguas Calientes.

  Imperial Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 7 Days:

Experience a customized package in peru. This tour includes two days of acclimatization in the city of Cusco meanwhile you’ll visit the city of Cusco, travel through the sacred valley of the Incas; where you’ll visit the Inca ruins of Pisaq and Ollantaytambo; you also will visit local markets and enjoy the typical cuisine. The trip takes you to hike the 45km or 26mls of the ancient Inca Trail; the last day you’ll explore Machu Picchu, known as the lost city of the Incas.