We congratulate you for having decided to make the Short Inca Trail. Here we present you a list of the 07 best travel tips to make this excursion without any problem because this hike involves adventure, nature, and fun, and information, tips, and much more, so let’s get started.
You should know what the best time of the year is. We tell you that Peru is one of those diverse countries with different geographies and climates, so determine an ideal travel time. But if we focus on this trek, the best time of the year to hike the Short Inca Trail is from April to October, the dry season in this region, without rain. It is more pleasant to trek on sunny and cold days than persistent rainy days.
In February, we should also note that this route is closed for maintenance work, but if we talk about Machu Picchu, it is open every month of the year.
If you decide to do this trek, it is advisable to book several months in advance, from 6 to 10 months in the high season (May to September) and from 2 to 4 months in the low season (later months), because there is a limit of spaces per day.
We also tell you that Kondor Path Tours has the authorization to hike the Inca Trail. We provide quality service and service, which will allow you to complete your trip to the fullest and without any setback, so make the decision and hire our services.
Conditions of the route
The issue of acclimatization is essential to conclude this tour satisfactorily. The acclimatization time is two days in the city of Cusco; in addition to resting properly, eating bland food, and drinking plenty of water, this tour will take you to reach heights above 4000 meters above sea level then avoid altitude sickness. Follow our tips.
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Full walk to Lares, Ollantaytambo, Inka Express trail, Machu-Picchu, Rainbow-Mountain, and the Red-Valley. Four unique & unforgettable places in the region of Cusco. We rView Trip
High Inca Trail – Often referred to as the High Inca Trail, follow the same route up to the base of Salkantay before turning east across the Inca Chiriasca Pass at apprView Trip
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We recommend you take just what is necessary to avoid weight and fatigue during the trek. Remember that you will have to walk several kilometers to reach Machu Picchu, and therefore here is a list of items to consider taking on your journey along the Inca Trail.
Enjoy the tour to the fullest, do not take it as a race of who gets to Machu Picchu first, but take your time and live i. Because this hike guarantees, besides a lot of adrenaline and fun, lots of nature, amazing landscapes, archaeological sites, and new experiences, a combination that other tours will not give you.