Inca Trail


The Classic Inca Trail is the most popular walking route in Latin America. The Incas built a very extensive network of almost 40,000 kilometers of hiking trails, to the far reaches of the vast empire, which stretched from Quito in Ecuador to Santiago in Chile and Mendoza in Argentina. During this 4 day tour we will hike over what probably was the most important route of the Inca Civilization. An truly, unforgettable experience.

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What requirements does my student card need to get my discount?
Unfortunately, not all student cards are allowed by the government and the ministry of culture of Peru. To summarize, your student card needs the following requirements:
  • It’s a plastic card (a proof of registration on a paper is not accepted)
  • You’re 25 years old or younger (verified using your passport)
  • The card needs to mention:
    • Your name
    • Name of your university (unfortunately, some cards/schools, like the ISIC student card, are not accepted)
    • The current study year (valid until is not accepted)

What is the difference between Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu mountain?

There are 2 mountains close to Machu Picchu (see the pictures above) which both give you the opportunity to watch the Inca Capital from further above.

  • The Huayna Picchu is a shorter walk; you only need around 45 minutes to go up. At the top there is a nice archaeological center which you can visit. The hike down is also around 45 minutes.
  • Machu Picchu Mountain takes around 1.5 hours to hike up. Just like the Huayna Picchu, there is an archaeological center which you can visit. Getting down will take you approximately 1.5 hours as well.