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Machu Picchu: New Circuits Updated! 2024/2025

Offer a unique opportunity for visitors to explore lesser-known areas of the site, such as the residential neighborhoods and religious sites, providing a more holistic view of life in Machu Picchu. These new circuits aim to enhance the visitor experience by offering a deeper dive into the rich history and cultural significance of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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The Classic Inca Trail is the best season to go!

The weather is mild and dry during this time, making it ideal for trekking through the stunning Andean landscapes. Additionally, the trail is less crowded in comparison to peak season, allowing for a more peaceful and authentic experience.

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Salkantay Trek Altitude

The Salkantay Trek reaches an altitude of 4,600 meters at its highest point, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks and valleys. It is a challenging but rewarding alternative to the Classic Inca Trail, offering a more remote and less touristy experience for adventurous hikers.

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Inca Trail new rules 2025

The Inca Trail is a famous trekking route in Latin America that spans 26 miles and takes hikers through stunning mountain scenery and ancient Incan ruins. The government strictly regulates the number of hikers allowed on the trail each day to protect the environment and preserve the cultural heritage of the area. And if you are planning to book the Inca Trail, the following information is essential:.

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The Inca Trail Porters

The inca trail porters play a crucial role in supporting hikers by carrying equipment and supplies, so it is important to respect the regulations in place for a safe and enjoyable experience. Hikers are also required to hire a licensed guide to ensure safety and adherence to regulations. Failure to comply with these rules can result in fines or even being denied access to the trail.

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Inca Trail camping sites

Inca Trail camping sites are designated and hikers must stay at these designated areas to minimize impact on the environment. Additionally, hikers are encouraged to pack out all waste and leave no trace behind to help preserve the natural beauty of the trail for future generations.

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Inca Jungle Highlands

Welcome to the amazing Inca Jungle Adventure Tour to Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas! Inca Jungle Adventure is the adventure of a lifetime, where you get to enjoy captivating views of the Andes while taking part in various adventure activities.

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The Classic Inca Trail is the best season to go!

The weather is mild and dry during this time, making it ideal for trekking through the stunning Andean landscapes. Additionally, the trail is less crowded in comparison to peak season, allowing for a more peaceful and authentic experience.

Salkantay-Treking-Snow

Salkantay Trek Altitude

The Salkantay Trek reaches an altitude of 4,600 meters at its highest point, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks and valleys. It is a challenging but rewarding alternative to the Classic Inca Trail, offering a more remote and less touristy experience for adventurous hikers.

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Raimbow Mountain & Red Valley

The hike to the Red Valley lasts approximately 2 to 3 hours, where also it is possible to be observed; picturesque mountains and beautiful valleys, llamas, alpacas, and almost always several vicuñas; you can also get magnificent views ...

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Inca Trail June 2023

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Machu Picchu Treks

So you know Machu Picchu is on your list, but you need to know which treks include this great marvel within their package? This section lets you know, helping you decide your best route and treks and Adventures to Machu Picchu

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How To Treat Street Vendors

Since the popularization of Machu Picchu, Peru’s livelihood and fate has been forever linked to tourism. Millions come each year from all over the world to catch a glimpse of the wonder ...a glimpse of the wonder ...

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5 Exotic Drinks in Peru

The culture of Peru is packed to the brim with diversity, and you will likely have no shortage of unique experiences. From the food to the music and the incredible natural beauty, you won’t have to wait for very long to try

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Essential and Peruvian Spanish

Don’t need to be a fluent Spanish speaker to visit Peru, but of course it is always a good idea to know a bit of the local language. A lot of people in Peru speak both Spanish and English, especially in touristic areas.

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The Complex Of Raqchi

It all began when the sun, seeing the pitiful state of men, created a couple from the foam of Lake Titikaka. His name was Manco Capac, the male, and Mama Ocllo, his wife. He gave them a golden scepter and ordered...

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10 Crops natives In Peru

In the Andes regions of Peru there is a plethora of incredible and delicious crops that you have to try to believe they actually taste better. In no particular order, these 10 crops come from some of the finest farms, usually free from chemical ...

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Coffe lovers guide to Cusco

Since the popularization of Machu Picchu, Peru’s livelihood and fate has been forever linked to tourism. Millions come each year from all over the world to catch a glimpse of the wonder that is Machu Picchu…

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Prepare For Your Trip To Peru

Celebrate good times! Whether you’re visiting in the middle of rainy season or right at the peak of the high tourist season, there is always something to celebrate in Peru. Make sure you don’t miss out on the party- Check out this list of holidays ...

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Tips for traveling to Cusco

Okay, you’ve disembarked your flight, passed through immigrations, and collected your bag. You have some lef5tover currency from home and a credit card, but no soles (the local currency of Peru). Your hostel is booked and you know...

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Altitude sickness in Cusco

If you are planning a trip to Cusco, Peru chances are you’ve heard of the high altitude and risk altitude sickness. If you come from low altitude areas closer to sea level, you may experience what is called altitude sickness, mountain sickness...

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Inca Trinity

In Peru you will encounter quite a few snakes, pumas, and condors throughout your surroundings. From paintings, sculptures, and nazca lines, to souvenirs, restaurants and bars, these three holy inca symbols...

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Cost Of Life In Cusco

Cusco, Peru is one of the cheapest cities in South America to live. Consumer prices including the cost of rent are almost 50% less than in the United States, for example. As of March 2018, 1 USD is the equivalent...

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INCA TRAIL ALTITUDE

The entire 4-day Inca trail hike is 26 miles (42 km). However, the altitude at its highest point is 13,776 ft or 4200m, which can sometimes cause problems for hikers. For this reason, its recommendable to spend a few days in Cusco before ...