The journey up the Inca Trail on our Machu Picchu tour is for travelers in physical shape to hike for up to ten hours in a single day, with rest breaks of course. The hike may present challenge, but the beauty and ancient history of the area surround the hiker at every passing step. On the final morning arrive at Machu Picchu with hours of time to explore the ancient ruins before returning to Cusco via the train.Browse Sample Trips
While hundreds of people do hike to Machu Picchu, not everyone has that kind of time! Fortunately, Peru's extensive rail system allows us to travel in luxury, directly to the fortress's front door. Global Basecamps takes care of the scheduling for you, and the result is door-to-door service while not compromising what should be a once in a lifetime cultural experience.Browse Sample Trips
The Inca Trail is not the only route through the Andes. Salkantay, Inca Quarry, Lares, Choquequirao. These treks have not benefited from the Inca Trail’s subsidized marketing and branding, but all offer similar, and maybe even better experiences on the way to meeting MaPi. Choquequirao is a ruin you never see on the Inca Trail, and Salkantay offers landscape views other trekkers can only dream of.Browse Sample Trips
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