4 superb sightseeing trips in Inca Trail. Planning to go on a sightseeing tour in Inca Trail? Check out 4 great sightseeing trips in Inca Trail supported by 3 reviews. All sightseeing trips are delivered by 4 travel agencies in Inca Trail. Prices range from 465 USD to 4,499 USD and our sightseeing trips last from 2 days and to 20 days.

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Inca Trail 2 days to Machu Picchu

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The most incredible experience!! I can not recommend this trip more highly! We had the most wonderfu ...
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking & Natural landmarks sightseeing +2 more
  • Accommodation Camping & Hotel
  • Transport Bus, Private Vehicle & Train
  • Age Range 5-70 yrs
days02 From US$ 535 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Feb 06
  • Feb 07
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Inca Soul Experience 6 Days / 5 Nights

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6 day adventure tour in Peru, visiting Cusco, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Adventure & Trekking +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Train & Bus
  • Age Range 5-79 yrs
days06 From US$ 1,259 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Feb 06
  • Feb 07
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9 Day Inca Trail + Titicaca Lake Tour

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9 day trekking tour through Cusco, Ollantaytambo, Inca Trail and 4 other destinations in Peru. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking & Adventure +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Tent, Camping & Home-stay
  • Transport Bus, Train, Boat & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 5-90 yrs
days09 From US$ 1,412 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Feb 08
  • Feb 09
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Sacred Valley Tour & Short Inca Trail 3 Days

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3 day sightseeing trip to Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu and 4 other destinations traveling through Peru and peru. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Sightseeing Tours & Adventure +3 more
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Bus & Train
  • Age Range 6-75 yrs
days03 From US$ 640 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Feb 14
  • Feb 15
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Inca Trail Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 3 customer reviews
Best trip ever!!
5 - Excellent
  • Emily Becker
“The most incredible experience!! I can not recommend this trip more highly! We had the most wonderful guide Ruben, he was absolutely fantastic! He was so knowledgeable and so much fun, he made sure every single person on our trek had an amazing experience. The local travel specialist truly went above and beyond to make sure we had the best possible Inca Trail experience. We even had an issue with our flights out of Cusco and Ruben went so far as to rebook us on an earlier train from Machu Picchu, set up transport from the train back to cusco to pick up our bags, and then to the airport - we made our flights all thanks to Ruben and the spectacular team! Henry our second guide was also wonderful!! Everyone should do this trek, it was the most unforgettable adventure!!”
Inca Trail with Isao & crew was an exceptional experience!
5 - Excellent
  • Alice Armes
“I just returned from an incredible 4-day trek on the Inca trail with excellent tour operator. Big thanks to these wonderful people who made it such an amazing experience: Isao: Best guide - EVER - make sure to request him! With the perfect balance of professionalism and fun, Isao tailored the journey to suit our particular mix of trekkers. He took special care of each of us, and made sure we all got to maximize whatever part of the trip was most important to us individually – while also creating a warm sense of family and group experience. I can't wait to trek with him again and am already planning my next trip back. Moises: Part chef and part magician. I don't know how he was able to serve such lavish and delicious meals on the trail – I was in awe after each one. After reading previous reviews, I had very high expectations and they were exceeded. I loved the soups in particular, and all the dish presentations were delightful! Juan & Porter Crew: These people are top-level athletes and world-class hosts. They took care of all the gear and logistics, which allowed us to be carefree and enjoy the beauty of each moment. They broke down our camp each day after we had already set out on the trail – but managed to pass us carrying all our gear and had everything set up again long before we arrived at the next camp. In addition, they offered us so many thoughtful kindnesses throughout the trip; they greeted us with bowls of warm water to wash up with (morning, afternoon and evening). They woke us up with hot tea. They cheered us on as we pushed ourselves up and down the mountain. All in all, I can't say enough good things about this tour company and highly recommend them the Inca trail trek! You will have a fantastic time! Additional thoughts & unsolicited advice: ALTITUDE: Unless you live at 14,000 feet, absolutely spend 3 days acclimating in Cusco or the Sacred Valley. There is plenty to do and it makes a massive difference. FITNESS: Think 5+ hours of stair climbing every day of the trek. There can be long stretches of going downstairs - make sure to train for that too. If you have difficulty with your knees or back I'd recommend the 1 or 2-day trek, which the company also offers. GEAR: You need far less than you think you do. If I did it again, I'd only bring two pairs of wicking quick-dry leggings, and I'd leave the rain pants at home (I was way too hot hiking in them). The rain poncho they give you covers most of you, and I probably would have been fine without my raincoat. Just make sure to bring waterproof gloves - those are small and make a big difference. Instead of long-sleeved shirts, I am a big fan of arm warmers paired with a T-shirt or tank - so you don't have to take off your pack every time you want to add or shed a layer. BUGS: I didn't have a problem with them until we were actually in Machu Picchu - and then I got eaten alive. Make sure to put on the DEET and cover your legs and ankles on the last morning before you set out for the sun gate. HYDRATION: The tour company provides purified (filtered/boiled) water for your pack morning, noon and night. You can also buy drinks at various places on the trail (though I never did). I highly advise using a pack with a CamelBack like system. This will increase your water intake and keep you better hydrated because you don't have to stop moving to sip. It's also lighter weight than most bottles. SNACKS: I was really worried I'd be hungry, so 1/2 my allotted duffel bag weight went to snacks. This was totally unnecessary. The company feeds you VERY VERY WELL! They also give you a few trail snacks - but I was always too full to eat them. (There are also snack options along the trail.)”
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