An Expert’s Guide to The Inca Trail

In this guide to trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you’ll learn exactly what to expect, what to pack for the Inca Trail, which tour operator to choose and more. Nick and I hiked the Classic Inca Trail Trek for 5 days and had a very positive experience. You will too — if you’re properly prepared.  The Machu Picchu hike starts at KM 82 in the Sacred Valley near the Urubamba River, and ends at the ruins of Machu Picchu. You’ll follow cobbled pathways that the Incans built and used as a transportation system in the 15th century. During the hike, you’ll be blown away by the incredible ingenuity of the Incans. How they were able to build such a solid road system, in the jungle, at high altitude, is mind-boggling! While Machu Picchu might be the star of the Inca Trail hike, the stunning nature, towering mountains and numerous ruins along the way are almost as good as the finale itself. Here’s my guide to the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu hike to help you plan the…

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