This active, high-altitude trek takes you along the 500-year-old royal road of the Inca Trail to the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu, stopping along the way to deeper understand Peru’s people past and present. Take a day to properly acclimate and explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas, visiting Quechua villages and meeting farmers and artisans and the Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo, before embarking on the Inca Trail with our experienced, local trekking guides. The 30-mile, four-day Inca trail trek to Macchu Picchu leads you along Inca pathways up vibrant mountainsides; along the Urubamba River and up the Cusichaca Valley, passing native gardens and quaint, thatched-roof homes; through a cloud forest teeming with Peru’s flora and fauna; and finally through the Sun Gate to behold the citadel of Machu Picchu as ancient Incan travelers once did. As you travel, overnight at comfortable camps, overlooking majestic mountains and at charming, native-style hotels. Porters carry your luggage and a full camp staff prepares your meals and accommodations each day, leaving you free to savor the trekking experience.
Do you have questions about trekking the Inca Trail with Wildland Adventures? Read our Inca Trail Trek FAQ and Inca Trail Trek: The Wild Difference.