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Inca Trail Trek PQ

Visiting: Peru
Trip Duration 9 Days

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Inca Trail TrekScores 9.2 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
(10 out of 10)


Shefford Bedfordshire
Our tour leader was very knowledgeable and caring. He went out of his way to make our tour even better. The camping and porters were excellent too. I would say the Hostel was a bit tired looking and could do with reviewing. I wouldn't mind paying slightly extra for some comfort.
Confirmed traveller: 05 April 2016
Published on: 06 April 2016
(5 out of 10)

Confirmed traveller

Altitude effects were definitely a problem and all group members were affected. The trek was very tough-more than I was expecting and I've done a lot of walking. The Amazon extension was disappointing-more like visiting a zoo, with large amounts of people moving in and out of the lodge every day, and the guides were rather bored and weary.
Confirmed traveller: 03 December 2014
Published on: 07 November 2015

Thank you for your review, although it's disappointing that your trip didn't rate as highly as it normally does. We do rate the trek as moderate to challenging, which we feel is right, and we provide a good level detail on altitude sickness in the trip notes. Unfortunately, there's no hard and fast rule to indicate who is more or less susceptible, but we've built the itinerary to provide as much time to acclimatise as possible. Based on previous customer feedback, we've also made some changes to the extension and we're now using a smaller, more intimate lodge which is owned and operated by the Amazon community of Infierno.

(10 out of 10)


Toronto, Canada
A tour of Cusco, learning about the history of the Inca's, going to Pisac market. The Inca Trail, amazing Inca Ruins, the hike, the campsites we stayed at. The wonderful service the porters gave, setting up the tents and kitchen tent for each meal, the wonderful food that was prepared. The hot water morning and evening brought to the tent to wash. The hot drink brought to your tent in the morning. It was a 5 star service throughout.
Confirmed traveller: 05 October 2015
Published on: 27 October 2015
(9 out of 10)


The moment when I emerged from the Sun Gate to see Machu Picchu for the first time. Our porters' ability to produce fantastic food in amazing surroundings. Don't rush the ascent to Dead Woman's Pass. The altitude should be respected but certainly not feared.
Confirmed traveller: 12 June 2015
Published on: 07 October 2015
(10 out of 10)


Bury St Edmunds
Highlights were the companionship and sense of collective achievement. Tour guide Nilton was so knowledgeable, supportive and motivating to all. Good to be able to socialise in the bars in Cusco and Aguas Callientes. On tip of obvious tips about having the right trekking gear etc here are some other ones. Use a Camelbak type water carrier so you can drink continually to avoid headaches and dehydration at height. Take an ipod with podcasts on it as well and a book or a Kindle on the trek as you will have lots of time in your tent maybe waking up in the middle of the night and needing to stave off boredom! Head torch is essential. Ear plugs to block out the snoring of your tent companion or neighbours. Blow up pillow for your tent like the plane ones you can get. Lots of hand gel/wipes. Above all take a massively positive attitude to get you by!
Confirmed traveller: 15 September 2015
Published on: 04 October 2015
(10 out of 10)


Nilton was an amazing tour guide. Incredibly aware of what each person in the group was going through. Any issues, he'd pick up on immediately. He came across as so caring, but also very funny and informative.
Apart from the obvious Macchu Picchu highlight, for me, he and the rest of the group where the highlight of the trip.
I LOVED the whole time away. Wish I was still there and can't wait to pick another holiday with you soon.
Thank you!
Confirmed traveller: 15 September 2015
Published on: 04 October 2015
(8 out of 10)


South Wales
The booking procedure and actual trek cannot fault. However we had problems checking in for our flights and nearly didn't get back on time which you don't expect when you book a package these problems should have been sorted by explore prior to departure.
Confirmed traveller: 15 September 2015
Published on: 27 September 2015