Inca Trail Hike – FAQs

HOW MANY YEARS IS KONDOR PATH IN BUSINESS?

08 years 🙂

WILL I GET HIGH ON COCA LEAVES?

Coca leaves are a part of Peruvian culture and are a natural healthy stimulant with additional benefits.

HOW TO RESERVE A SPACE FOR THE INCA TRAIL?

Would you please follow our instructions and details for a reservation? We will do our best to accommodate your requests.

DO YOU NEED A DEPOSIT TO BOOK A TOUR?

Yes, we require a booking deposit to reserve your tour or trail trek. Please check our terms and conditions. There are different methods to transfer money for the deposit.

IS THE HIKING DIFFICULT?

You can do it! A steady walk is the best.

CAN I CHANGE MY TRAIN TICKET IF I ARRIVE AT MACHU PICCHU AND I DECIDE TO STAY AN EXTRA NIGHT?

Yes, it is sometimes possible to stay one more day to explore the town and rest up. You have to go personally to the main train office with your passport to change your train ticket.

An extra day at Machu Picchu will cost you the entrance fee in Peruvian currency cash. This entrance fee is subject to the availability of spaces for the extra day.

What about our tour guides?

Our experienced local guides are the key to making each trip and journey a unique adventure.

IN WHAT ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING DO YOU OFFER YOUR STAFF?

We give them complete information about environmental practices in the area. We encourage everyone who travels with Kondor Path Tours to respect the land, the people, and the travelers.

WHAT TO DO TO MINIMIZE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT?

  1. Particular disposal of garbage (organic & non-organic) green and red plastic bags and the base camp Machu Picchu Inca Trail Package do provide at every stopping place.
  2. Garbage removal from natural protected areas and Andean communities is part of our trek and other tour roads.
  3. Provide portable toilets and toilet tents with chemical facilities.
  4. Follow the rules of the Inca road, including no smoking allowed to maximize nature’s oxygen.
  5. Use and provide organic soap and detergents.
  6. Avoid disturbing flora and fauna.

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