The Inca Trail – PERU
The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, is the best known and most popular hike in Peru. The Inca Trail links a range of stunningly preserved Inca ruins. Along the way the natural scenery is breath-taking, with views of snow capped mountains and the cloud forest.
Visitors come from all parts of the world to Peru, not only to see Machu Picchu, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, but also to walk the Inca Trail Peru. They come to see the ruins and the scenery which makes this trail so famous. The total distance of the Inca trail is approximately 43 kilometres, departing from the place known as Kilometre 88. To begin the trip, one crosses the narrow bridge at Kusicancha, and afterwards heads towards the left-hand side of a forest of eucalyptus. Camping on this night is either in Wayllabamba or Llullucha…
Come hike the Inca trail to Machu Picchu on an adventure with your friends and family, then climb to the top of Mount Wayna Picchu for an unparalled view of the Historical Sanctuary itself, the neighboring town of Aguas Calientes and the Urubamba Valley. The four day Inca Trail tour includes a one day visit to the unforgettable ruins of Machu Picchu. A truly unforgettable experience!