The Inka Trail offers visitors a variety of views of glaciers, rivers and a large fauna and flora. All these natural wonders known as Inca sites, which architectural art remains in perfect harmony with the natural environment. The 39 kilometers of the trail was a route of pilgrimage whose final destination was the Holy City “Machu Picchu”. It’s very important to have the proper physical training and stay in Cusco at least 02 days before the tour. The highest point is 4,200 meters in this trek.
RULES OF ENTERING THE INCA TRAIL.
- To enter the Inca Trail you must obtain a permit from the (Regional Directorate of Culture – Cusco). This authorization must be acquired through an agency Operator Authorized to Operate Red Camino Inca 2017.
- The number of people who can enter the Inca Trail is limited. It is therefore necessary to make reservations at least six months in advance, especially for high season from May 1 to October 30.
- To make a reservation we require your personal information: full name, nationality, passport number, age, copy of Student Card ISIC CARD updated in the year (Official Isic card 2017).
- When the tour commences at the entrance to the Inca Trail you must present your original passport with which you acquired the license. (or photo Original student (if applicable)) . If you made the original reservation and have subsequently changed your passport with which he obtained the permit, then you must bring two passports – the old and the new.