Inca Trail information
Looking for all the essential information to plan and prepare for your Inca Trail Hike? Find here in this post the Inclusions and Exclusions updated information.
Inca Trail Inclusions, Extras
(Slightly different for each of the Inca treks especially with different requests. However below is an overview of what is our basis for all Inca packages.)
Inca Trail Tickets
Your entrance tickets into Machu Picchu for an allotted time and your permit to travel along the Incan trail.
Our Guides on Inca Trail
Professional, local experts that will accompany you every step of the way to be not only your insight into the history and culture of the trail but your support system and first aider.
We supply almost all kit including; tents, sleeping mats, sleeping bags, duffel bags, dining and social tents, adventure equipment, dining ware and first aid.
Food and Drinks on the Inca Trail
Meals prepared by our chefs with accompanying, snacks throughout the day and ‘happy hour’ tea time. (Please not that 2 day options vary, with restaurant meals and packed lunches)
Transport to Km 82
Your round trip bus ticket up the hill to Machu Picchu from Agust Calientes (Machu Picchu town) is included along with the expedition train back to Ollantaytambo. Private vans are booked to also pick you up from where you’re staying Cusco pre trip and drop you back post trip.
Whom carry your personal belongings, all equipment and set up camp ahead of time. (Not included within hotel options)
Accommodation in Aguas Calientes
This option is available when is 5 days Trek, For the hotel options we put you up in minimum 3* hotel with a private room
Inca Trail Exclusions
Breakfast on the first day of any trek is not included, although we do have stops where you can purchase food drinks and any preferred/ extra snacks. Lunch on the last day on most treks is also not included due to this being a restaurant meal and being located in Agust Calientes.
Please bring with you spending money for extra treats and personal purchases along the way.
We do not provide clothing or shoes for our treks. There is a comprehensive list located in the ‘FAQ’ tab that you can follow when packing. If you have any questions on what you need to bring please get in contact with us.
The equipment we expect you to bring is a day-pack to carry your personal items in.
To hike this formidable mountain you need to book in advance. This is something we can help you with and include for an extra fee.
Vistadome Train: We provide you with an expedition train ticket however if you would like to upgrade to the vistadome train please let us know and we will upgrade you for a fee. Please see Machu Picchu Train for more information on your options and fees.
If you wish to update your hotel or hostel whilst on one of our hotel option treks then please let us know so we can accommodate this.