The inca trail availability is a very important aspect to take into account before organizing your trip to Peru, in case you wish to make this fascinating trek to the sacred citadel of MACHU PICCHU.
Andean Great Treks recommends that you check our calendars in real time for the availability of our tours of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. That is why it is highly recommended to plan this trip at least 6 months in advance, to avoid any problem or unpleasantness, since there are no last minute purchases, do you know why?
Because once an Inca Trail ticket is booked, it must be paid for by the travel agency that bought it. And if after or during the purchase process of the Inca Trail the client decides to cancel his ticket, it is non-transferable, and the date of entry cannot be modified either; Certain facilities will only be given when they are problems of force majeure.
With all this background, we give you a quick analysis of the most suitable months to do this trek, they are April, May, June, July, August. And precisely in these months the tickets for the Inca Trail tour will sell out quite quickly, but surely the question is asked why those months are the most demanded, because they offer the best schedules without rain or cloudiness to appreciate the beautiful landscape of the Andes.
The best time to visit Peru is during the dry season, between May and November, when the weather is dry and bright, with more frequent rainfall occurring between November and April.
To book this tour, a minimum of $ USD per person is required, the remaining balance will be paid upon arrival in Peru, at the Cusco office.
Any other additional information, please coordinate with your travel agent.
Embark on an incredible Cusco Andean exploration through Lares trek with a taste of the iconic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, through the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Cusco, the former capital of the Inca Empire, is one of the most fascinating cities in South America. Just walking through the city center you can see the incredible mix of Inca and colonial architecture, watch the merging of indigenous and Spanish influences, and feel the history that flows through every cobblestone street.
The Ancascocha Trail to Machu Picchu in the Peruvian Andes is a remarkable trail that remains off the beaten path. It is listed as one of National Geographic’s 20 dream hikes on their World Best Hikes list.