Inca Trail Tours

Dear Tourist, we know you are looking for a good inca trail hike experience. I now there are a lot of reputable travel agencies but their prices are so expensive. We are cusqueñian owned company and we are working in the tourism industry since 2001. So allow us to be part of this great adventure since we are completely sure you won’t regret taking us as our inca trail tour operator. One thing more, we never pass you onto another travel agency. Even there are just 2 people in group we are going to operate giving the same quality of service. Below you can see two video made by our tourists.  if you have any trouble sending us your booking form, you can email us at: reservations@infocusco.com.pe

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01.- Video made by our happy tourist.
02.- Video made by our happy tourist.

Classic Inca trail Tour 4 days 3 nights Itinerary: Very early in the morning we pick you up at your hotel by bus that will take us to kilometer 82, arriving at about 11:00 a.m. to meet the entire team of professionals who will make your trip a success. Then we will begin our trek. This first day is beautiful and the first few miles are easy to walk. We will have the beautiful sight of the snow-capped Veronica peak and will also be walking near the Vilcanota River until arriving at the Llactapata archaeological complex, where we will have lunch and later continue up to our first camp at Wayllabamba where will overnight after a restorative dinner. read more…

Classic Inca Trail tour 4 days 3 nights private service:  Very early in the morning we pick you up at your hotel by bus that will take us to kilometer 82, arriving at about 11:00 a.m. to meet the entire team of professionals who will make your trip a success. Then we will begin our trek. This first day is beautiful and the first few miles are easy to walk. We will have the beautiful sight of the snow-capped Veronica peak and will also be walking near the Vilcanota River until arriving at the Llactapata archaeological complex, where we will have lunch and later continue up to our first camp at Wayllabamba where will overnight after a restorative dinner. read more…

Short Inca Trail Tour 2 days 1 night itinerary:  We`ll pick you up from your Hotel early to transfer you for a 2 hour journey by private car to the Train Station in Ollantaytambo then we`ll board a Tourist Expedition Train and after  1 hour and 45 minutes aprox. You’ll arrive to the  kilometer 104 start of the hike. As soon as we arrive to this point we will cross a bridge to the check out point and show your passports then we will start walk into the other side of the Vilcanota river the trail heads off to the right towards the ruins of Chachabamba, see the stone altar to the sun and the mountains a sacred rock for locals. After a visit in Chachabamba, we`ll continue the trail heads south and begin climbing the mountain, before entering the cloud forest. Then the trail leaves the forest and goes west while continuing the uphill hike in open grassland. After hiking in the sun for about three hours, the trail descends into a shaded forest. This is where trekkers can enjoy a beautiful waterfall. After leaving the waterfall and forest, trekkers will arrive at the lower part of the incredible ruins of Wiñaywayna. read more…

About the Inca trail: Part of the 23.000 kilometers (about 14.000 m) of roads built by the Incas in South America. This is the most famous trekking route in Peru and probably the most spectacular in the American continent. Every year, over 25.000 hikers from all over the world walk along the 43 kilometers of this cobblestone road built by the Incas that leads to the amazing citadel of Machupicchu, located deep in the Cusco jungle. The journey begins in the village of Pisqacucho, at kilometer 82 of the Cusco-Quillabamba railroad, and takes 3 to 4 days of intense trekking.  read more…


Inca Trail Regulations: During the peak months of July and August from 1996 to 2001 as many as 1500 people were starting the trek everyday (about 1000 tourists and 500 porters) . There were no regulations and many trekkers camped wherever they wanted, using the ruins as toilets and discarding rubbish along the trail. The Inca Trail was starting to receive a lot of negative press and UNESCO threatened to remove its status as a World Heritage Site. In order to protect the site the Peruvian government introduced new Inca Trail Regulations in 2002. These regulations restrict the number of trekkers and prevent trekkers from doing the trail independently. read more…


Porters Welfare: Sadly, many tour operators don’t give them the importance they deserve, NOT providing them with adequate clothing for their jobs, overloading them, not providing special gear for carrying things, paying them very low salaries and especially, giving them very poor nutrition. Because of this, you will see thirsty, hungry porters with a low morale along the Inca Trail. read more…

  If you are looking to book the inca trail 4 days or 2 days, please send us the form booking through this site.  This site belongs to InfoCusco Sac Company main web site:  infocusco.com.pe