The 43-kilometre long Inca Trail is one of the world’s most iconic treks, and if you’ve always wanted to do it now is the time to book. With permits being released earlier each year to keep up with demand (and only 200 per day issued to tourists) it pays to get in quick to secure your place on the trek for the upcoming season. We’re offering a FREE Inca Trail permit worth £125pp when you book selected trips to Peru before 31 October 2017, so if trekking to Machu Picchu has always been on your bucket list then now’s the time to go.
Quote "Inca Trail Offer" when you book, to receive your free Inca Trail trekking permit, worth £125 per person
If you still need convincing we’ve listed six reasons to trek the Inca Trail with Explore (spoiler alert: we offer some of the best camping on the trail). What’s more, Programme Manager James Adkin answers your frequently asked questions: as a former guide he’s walked the Inca Trail more than 20 times, so he’s best placed to tell you what to expect.
We’ve been trekking the Inca Trail for the past 34 years, so we know a thing or two about the optimum way to do it. Using privileged local knowledge and the highest standards of safety our trek is one of the best in the business, but if you need more convincing take a look at our six reasons to trek the Inca Trail with Explore.
The Inca Trail is South America’s most iconic trek and thousands of walkers make the journey each year, however if you’ve never been to South America before or done a multi-day trek it can seem a little daunting. Programme Manager James Adkin (who has trekked the Inca Trail more than 20 times) is on hand to answer your frequently asked questions.