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4 Day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

IMPORTANT: Due to restrictions issued by the Peruvian government about the number of people allowed on the Inca Trail per day, we recommend that you book at least 4 months in advance (6 months for the May to September high season), thus making sure to do the Inca Trail. However, you can ask us by …

Salkantay Machupicchu 5 days 4 nights php

This is an alternative route to the classic Inca Trail to Machupicchu, which will take you through amazing landscape and natural beauty with exotic flora and fauna endemic of the region. The trek will involve crossing valleys and mountains before arriving to the “Lost City of the Incas”, Machupicchu. ITINERARY: Starting point : Cusco Ending…

Inca Jungle Trail To Machu Picchu

This is a new Combination, between a Down Hill Mountain Bike Tour and a Jungle Trekking to Machupicchu. DAY01  Cusco to Santa Maria Adventurers will be picked up early morning and driven through the stunning Sacred Valley, cradle of  the Inca civilization, we will up by car until 4,316 m.a.l.s  this place is called Abra…

Inca Trail 2 days 1 night

ITINERARY Starting Point: Cusco. End Point: Cusco. Day 1: OLLANTAYTAMBO- KM 104 CHACHABAMBA- WIÑAY-WAYNA- MACHUPICCHU-AGUAS CALIENTES. 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…

Contact Us

If you have any question or concern just drop us a message using the form below.. Address Av. El Sol 948 Office. 320, Close to the migrations offices Contact +51984940530 ventas@infocusco.com.pe

About Inca Trail

IMPORTANT: due to the great demand of this trek, the Peruvian government in its efforts to protect the Inca trail network has LIMITED the access to the 4-day Inca Trail as well as 2-day trek, to 500 people per day, composed of approximately 180 tourists and the rest of help staff (guides, cooks and porters).…

Porters Welfare

What is a porter?   A porter is the most important person on the route to the Inca Trail and perhaps the most misunderstood both by tourists as well as Inca Trail tour operators. We say it’s the most important because they are the ones taking all the necessary implements to make your tour as…

Inca Trail Regulations

Inca Trail trekking 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.…

Community Projects

Our philosophy begins by treating our porters well, as indicated in the special article dedicated to them and which you can see in the Inca Trail option link Porters’ welfare. We have a natural commitment to sharing part of our profits with those who have less, by way of social activities carried out once a…

About Us

Dear tourist, thank you for your visit, let us give you some information about InfoCusco. InfoCusco is a Familiy run business  travel agency and tour operator based in the city of Cusco, specialized in the organization and operation of adventure tours, especially the Inca Trail. We also organize traditional tours throughout Peru, either package or…