Inca Trail 2024 – How to Book!

Inca Trail 2024 – How to book, are highly covered and in great demand for the next year 2024.

It is our pleasure to inform you that the official release of permits for the Inca Trail 2024 will occur in the first days of October 2023.

We recommend that you get in touch with reliable tour operators who will facilitate the booking process for you. Please keep in mind that certain dates are exceptionally popular, and hence are likely to sell out quickly.

We suggest that you secure your preferred date by booking early. You will have the added advantage of securing the best available prices.

By booking early, you can plan better and enjoy a hassle-free expedition with your preferred travel company like Peru Wild Treks.

Will the Inca Trail Price increase for 2024?

We would like to inform you about the expected price changes for the Inca Trail hike in 2024.

As you know, a new Porter law mandates that a porter should make $140 for the 4-day Inca Trail trek and insurance benefits which are expected to increase the operational costs of the Inca Trail by 200% to 300% compared to 2023.

Due to this, tour operators may raise the prices of tours on the Inca Trail by up to 30% or even 50% more than the prices in 2023.

If I reserve the Inca Trail permits this year for the year 2024, until what point can I modify the departure date without incurring any additional charges?

If you secure your Inca Trail permit during this year, you have the flexibility to modify the departure date until September 31st 2023, without incurring any additional fees.

However, if you wish to make changes after October, you will be required to purchase new permits, as the Inca Trail permit is non-refundable.

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Short Inca trail to Machupicchu 2d/1n

Short Inca trail to Machupicchu 2d/1n

If you don’t feel like hiking the long Inca trail to Machu Picchu 4d/3n or simply don’t have enough time, then the Short Inca trail 2 days to Macchu Picchu would be a good option for you. Generally speaking, It is far less difficult than the Inca trail 4 days. It is perfect for families, friends, old people and students.  

Short Inca trail to Machupicchu 2d/1n, you will experience some of the highlights of the Inca trail, including the amazing Wiñaywayna inca site with its unparalleled terraces, the Sun Gate, lush subtropical vegetation, and then, of course, the Machu Picchu itself. And with that said, Here is everything you really need to know before hiking the short Inca trail

Short Inca trail to Machupicchu 2d/1n RULES
  • The maximum capacity of the Inca trail 2 days is 250 visitors per day.  
  • Our maximum number per group is 8 people with one tour guide
  • All the visitors must show their original passport at the check point
  • All the visitors should eat their BoxLunch in the sectors authorized for the consumption of food. Food preparation is not allowed on the route.


We highly recommend you book the Inca trail 2 days in the dry season, which runs from April to October. The weather during this time is predominantly dry, mainly in May, June, July, and August . Days are usually sunny with little chance of rain. But it is also a busy time to travel.


Yes, with this permit, you access to the Inca trail on day 1 and Machu Picchu on the second day.


No, the only way to hike the short Inca trail 2d/1n is through an authorized travel agency like Peru Wild Treks. Before arriving at the checkpoint, every single visitor must be accompanied by a tour guide. Hiking along the Inca Trail without a tour guide has been banned since 2001.


Yes, you can book this hike 2 days in advance depending the availabilities according the government permit, we recommend getting the permits at least 5 months in advance for the high season which is from May to October. However, from November to  April you can book 1 month in advance. In January and March, you can find permits even one week in advance. February the Inca trail is closed for maintenance.


The permits have to be booked only through Authorized Inca Trail tour companies like Peru Wild Treks. Online booking site doesn’t exist so far. 


If you have never hiked before, you should start with regular cardio exercises before arriving in Peru. Anyone with previous experience in a multiple-day hike should not have trouble. Contrary to that, see the hike as a goal to achieve.


As long as you do some exercise and cardio, it is going to be fine. You don´t need to be a hiking expert, to make the one-day Inca trail. Because on the second day you will visit Machu Picchu (walking tour).


No, because there is no store on the way, so you can´t expect to buy snacks either water. You need to get some snacks before boarding the train in Ollantaytambo or one day before of your hike.


There is no tap water. Make sure you have enough water for the hike. The company is gvoing to provide you a mineral water 1 liter per person if you want more water you can buy one day before or at the beginning of the hike.

Salkantay Treks 5d/4n

Salkantay Treks 5d/4n

Salkantay Treks 5d/4n to Machu Picchu, specially designed with unsurpassable views of the snow-capped mountains of Humantay and Salkantay, the sacred Apus of the Incas. Trek OFF the beaten path, following our signature trekking route where you visit two incredible turquoise glacial lakes, Humantay and Salkantay

Hike through the Andes Mountain range with its spectacular scenery and views of the colorful valley landscapes below and camp at our private campsite which is more remote, less crowded and off the beaten track.

Salkantay Treks 5d/4n Imperial

Salkantay Treks Itinerary


We leave Cusco early in our private transportation towards the town of Mollepata, during the journey will pass through some villages like  Izcuchaca  and  Limatambo.  We are going to drive for 3 hours approx. 

Once we get to the town of Mollepata we will have our breakfast after that we will continue driving to the starting point of our hike Challacancha, here we are going to organize our day pack then we are going to start our hike to Soraypampa

In Soraypampa we are going to have our lunch after that we are going to visit the Humantay Lake it takes 1 hour from Soraypampa to the lake all the way ip to the lake, then we will enjoy the view of the lake and the glacier of humantay (5217msnm) later we will take the same way down where was our lunch then we will hike up toward to our first campsite of Salkantaypampa it takes 1 hour from there we will see very clear the famous mountain of Salkantay  (6264 meters), where we will have our dinner and rest.

Meals: Lunch – Afternoon Tea Time – Dinner
Accommodation: Camping
Minimum altitude:  4200MASL – 13780 FASL
Maximum altitude: 4300 MASL – 14300 FASL
Distance: 10 km – 7 miles
Time:  7 hours (approximately)
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult


After the breakfast we are going to start our hike, this second day is the hardest day but full of adventures that will cross the highest point of Salkantay  (4600 msnm) means. The wild mountain, the imposing snowy where we can appreciate the majesty of the area and take some pictures. 

During the journey we will find several piles of stones called Apachetas. From our campsite to the highest pass takes 3 hours approx. and the trail is going in Zigzag to the top with a beautiful views.

Once we get to the top we will have beautiful views and we will see the glacier of Salkantay very close to us finally following the trail now we are going to descend to the valley for about 3 hours after that we will have our lunch then we will continue walking for about 4 hours approx. down to Chaullay then Collpapampa where is our second camp. Dinner and overnight.

Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Afternoon Tea Time – Dinner
Accommodation: Camping
Minimum altitude:  4300MASL – 14300 FASL
Maximum altitude:  4600MASL – 14993 FASL
Distance: 16 km – 10 miles
Time: 9 hours (approximately)
Difficulty: Difficult to Moderate


We are going to start our day with a beautiful breakfast, we are goign to start our hike down to Sawayaco where we are going to spend our time in the trail with a wildlife abundant from the area as the different types of orchids and observe waterfalls, coffee plantations, bananas and a lot of fruits.

Continuing the walking down we will reach to Sawayaco also called the beach where we will have our lunch later we will take a car heading toward the town of Santa Teresa (1,645 m) our third point of the camp, once we get there we are going to put up our tents and take a little rest for later heading to the hot spring of Cocalmayu where we are going to enjoy our body in these beautiful water and finally we are going to come back to Santa Teresa to have our dinner and rest.

Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Afternoon Tea Time – Dinner
Accommodation: Camping
Minimum altitude: 1850 MASL – 6069 FASL
Maximum altitude: 2950 MASL – 9678 FASL
Distance: 14 km – 9 miles
Time: 5 hours (approximately)
Difficulty: Easy


At dawn we will be in a full tropical vegetation, after our breakfast we continue our trek to Aguas Calientes or Machu Picchu Pueblo, to reach this village takes  seven hours approximate and along the route will pass through hydroelectric where we will rest to enjoy our lunch, I followed it continue walking with a few stops at different points because it is very rich in flora and appreciate all the passengers around us, arriving in the afternoon to the mentioned town that is known as Aguas Calientes spend the night in a hostel.

Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner
Accommodation:  Hostel or Hotel
Minimum altitude: 1850 MASL – 6069 FASL
Maximum altitude: 2500 MASL – 8202 FASL
Distance: 12 km – 7 miles
Time: 3 hours (approximately)
Difficulty: Easy


By the following morning the breakfast is going to be in your hotel or hostal then we will take one of the first buses to the most important archaeological site Machu Picchu, once inside we will go to the top of the citadel to begin our guided 2 hours approximately, where you will visit around the Inca citadel, visiting the sites main as enclosures, squares, sacred fountains, temples agricultural and urban areas, so that you then have and enjoy their free time, like taking photos, etc.

Finally in the afternoon return by bus to the town of Aguas Calientes and to address the train station then you will take the train to Ollantaytambo, where we are going to wait for you at the bus station then you will drive to Cusco for 2 hours approx. Finally we are going to drop you off at your hotel. End of our services.

Inca Jungle to Machupicchu Treks

Inca Jungle to Machupicchu Treks

Inca Jungle to Machupicchu Treks, is a truly unique adventure with Mountain Biking & Trekking that goes “off the beaten track” in the Andes. Mountains through the beginning of the cloud forest, the rainforest, and the Urubamba River; ending at one of the world’s 7 wonders the Citadel of Machu Picchu.

Inca Jungle to Machupicchu Treks


Inca jungle trail to Machupicchu. It is an adventure tour that involves activities like biking, rafting, zip line, hiking, during four days and the last day you will visit Machu Picchu. Along the way you will see some Inca ruins, plantations of coffee, Coca, fruits and enjoy the refreshing natural hot springs of Colcamayo.

Our priority is the safety and happiness of our clients that is why we provide a professional service. All our guides have extensive knowledge of the area where they operate.

Peru Wild Treks guarantees the satisfaction of our clients on their journey to Machu Picchu with us. We give you our best to make your trip to Machupicchu unforgettable.

The best advice we can offer is to follow the training suggestions in our “Before You Go” pre-departure information that we will send to you upon booking your trip.


  • Enjoy the mountain biking from the andes to the amazon area
  • Do the Coffee tour in Santa Maria
  • Enjoy the adventure zipline in Santa Teresa
  • Visit Machu Picchu with experts
  • Hike a section of original inca trail
  • enjoy a personalised service

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Salkantay Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Salkantay Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Salkantay Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n; is a favorite among hikers for the Humantay Blue Lagoon, glamping at our beautiful tents overlooking the snowcapped Salkantay mountain range. Considered to be one of the best treks in the world, the Salkantay Trek offers a variety of Peru ecosystems; from deserts and jungles, to high alpine mountain passes, and azure lagoons!.

Salkantay Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Overview of Salkantay Treks

This  version of the Classic 4 days and 3 nights Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu. With this itinerary, you will complete the trek in 3 days and spend the 4th day at Machu Picchu.

The Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu runs beneath the magnificent Salkantay mountain (6,271 m/ 20,569 ft). One of the highest and most stunning in the Andes. 

The Salkantay Trek was recently named on the National Geographic Ultimate Adventure bucket list. Defined as “The 20 most extreme, hair-raising, legendary adventures on the planet.” It is a trek open to everybody.

You will have 3 days of trekking through various landscapes including highlands, cloud forest, rain forest and dry mountain. Throughout the trek you have amazing views of Apu Salkantay, Pumasillo and Humantay Mountain. Three of the most stunning peaks of the Cordillera Vilcabamba Mountain range.

If you are a strong, outdoors experienced person the Classic Salkantay version of the trek might be perfect for you!

  • 1: Cusco – Soraypampa – Salkantaypampa
  • 2: Salkantaypampa – Arrayanniyoc – Challhuay- Collpapampa
  • 3: Collpapamba  – Hydroelectric – Aguas Calientes
  • 4: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Cusco

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Inca Trail to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Inca Trail to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Inca trail to Machupicchu 4d/3n is a great adventure of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is for those who live passionately, always looking for a new experience! This is a fascinating dream to fulfill and is the most famous trek of all South America. The beauty of the views and the archeological sites that surround the Inca Trail are second to none. This tour is ideal for those who are filled with energy to hike all the way to Machu Picchu in the trip of a lifetime!


  • The Inca Trail is the best Trek in Peru
  • This trek is ideal for adventure seekers, couples, friends, nature lovers, and intrepid people
  • See natural bridges, snowcapped mountains, waterfalls, wildlife, and the cloud forest
  • The Inca Trail trek is listed in the TOP 5 best treks in the world by multiple different magazines
Inca trail to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Very Important to Book early:

The inca trail tickets are limited to just 500 people, this includes all support staff such as guides, porters and cooks (approx 200 trekkers and 300 support staff). Basically the permits for departures in 2023 are likely to go on sale at the beginning of October, many dates will sell out almost immediately particularly for departures in April, May, June, July & August 2023Please try to book in advance to avoid disappointment.


  • Pre-departure briefing: You will meet your guide  in your hotel for an orientation to the trek. The meeting will be at 6:00 PM the evening before your trip begins.
  • Transport: Collection from your hotel in the morning and transportation in a private vehicle to Km 82 (the starting point of the trek).
  • Experienced Guide: English speaking, professionally educated, and official tour guide. our ancestors, we are very considerate of the Pachamama (Mother Earth). 2 people stay in each 4-person tent to allow for higher comfort and luggage security. Our tents are 3-season ready and highly maintained to ensure an excellent performance during our treks.
  • Camping equipment: Dining and kitchen tents, tables, chairs, and all cooking equipment (carried by porters).
  • Foam mats or sleeping pads: to put under your sleeping bag 
  • Accommodation: 3 nights in tent
  • Trekking Cook: A chef specialized in cooking on the trail, with an assistant, will prepare all of your delicious meals along the journey to replenish your energy. You will never go hungry!
  • Meals: Breakfasts, Lunches, dinners and Snacks (Vegetarian, vegan or special menus are available at no extra cost).
  • Wake up tea:Every morning at the campsite, you will woken up with a cup of coca tea!
  • Afternoon tea
  • Products for hygiene: Each morning, you will be provided with a warm water, wet towel to clean yourself up with.
  • Medical kit: Our crew will bring a first-aid kit, including emergency oxygen bottle
  • Train tickets: From Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo (“Expedition” service with Peru Rail  (subject to availability)
  • Transport: Private transport from Ollantaytambo train station to your hotel in Cusco (Day 4)
  • 24-hour guest service: We have telephone service available 24 hours/day for ease of communication and preparation with the agency leading up to your trek.


  • Extra porter for your personal staff
  • Sleeping Bags: You can rent one from our company if you do not have your own.
  • Walking Sticks: You can rent a set from our company if you would like.
  • Personal clothing and gear
  • Day 4: Lunch and Dinner
  • Tips for the staff
  • Additional cost

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Vilcabamba Treks to Machupicchu

The last inca refuge hike to Machupicchu 6d/5n

Vilcabamba Treks to Machupicchu takes you right off the beaten path of the Cusco Area, where the Incas made their last stand, following the Spanish conquest the Inca withdrew far in to the jungle from where they continued to resist the occupation finaly the spanish got to that place.

Vilcabamba was the last Inca city and this trek takes you to some of the last domains of this once great empire, with a beautiful sceneries, Inca sites and a wide variety of flora and fauna the Vilcabamba Trek is a great option.



  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camping (double occupancy tents )
  • Maximum Altitude:3,800m/12,426 ft
  • Minimum Altitude:3,350 m/10,954 ft
  • Approximate Driving Time:6-7 hours 


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camping (double occupancy tents )
  • Maximum Altitude:3,800m/12,426 ft
  • Minimum Altitude:3,350 m/10,954 ft
  • Distance Travelled:19 km approx
  • Approximate Walking Time: 9-10 hours 


  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camping (double occupancy tents )
  • Maximum Altitude:3,800m/12,426 ft
  • Minimum Altitude:3,350 m/10,954 ft
  • Distance Travelled:16 km approx
  • Approximate Walking Time: 9-10 hours 


  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camping (double occupancy tents )
  • Maximum Altitude:3,800m/12,426 ft
  • Minimum Altitude:3,350 m/10,954 ft
  • Distance Travelled:19 km approx
  • Approximate Walking Time:6-7 hours 


  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner.
  • Accommodation:Camping (double occupancy tents )
  • Maximum Altitude:3,800m/12,426 ft
  • Minimum Altitude:3,350 m/10,954 ft
  • Distance Travelled:19 km approx
  • Approximate Walking Time:6-7 hours / Ascent up: 450 m


  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Accommodation:Not Included,
  • Maximum Altitude:2,700 m / 8,856 ft
Vilcabamba treks to Machupicchu


  • Information meeting in your hotel with your guide 1 or 2 days before the start of the trek
  • Transport from your hotel in Cusco to the village of Huancacalle
  • Coffee tour in the local farm
  • Public transport from Yanatile to Hidroelectrica
  • Tourist train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo and bus to Cusco
  • Family hostel in Huancacalle
  • Hostal in  Aguas Calientes
  • Entrance to the archaeological site of Machu Picchu
  • Bilingual Spanish-English professional guide
  • Camping equipment 
  • Food during the excursion (breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack / vegetarian option on request).
  • A cook and an assistant
  • Muleteers for all our camping equipment and personal belongings of the customers (maximum of 7 kilos per person)
  • A first aid kit, oxygen
  • Cold boiled water during the all trek.


  • Breakfast of the 1st day and lunch of the last day in Aguas Calientes
  • Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machupicchu
  • Sleeping bag (If you do not have one, you can rent one from us).
  • Tips

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Lares Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Lares Treks

Lares Treks to Machupicchu

Lares treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n, PERU WILD TREKS, is the only tour operator with its own unique trekking route,


Passing through the most isolated communities that no one else does and ending at the Lares hot springs. NO ONE HAS A BETTER DEAL than PERU WILD TREKS for this treks.

As the trek continues you will visit some of the most isolated Indigenous communities and have the privilege to interact with the Inca people that are keeping the Inca culture alive.

The route of Lares Treks is incredibly picturesque, with majestic ice glaciers, shockingly blue glacial lakes, waterfalls, llamas, and alpacas, by the end of your hike you can visit Ollantaytambo a beautiful inca site.

On the last day, make your dreams become a reality as you enjoy a new day watching the sunrise at Machu Picchu and exploring the amazing citadel with your professional guide

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Lares treks
Lares Treks to Machupicchu 4d/3n

Itinerary – Lares Treks



  • Pre-Trekking briefing (02 Day or 01 Day before the trek, in your Hotel).
  • Professional bilingual tour guide.
  • Assistant tour guide for groups of 9+.
  • Mules to carry cooking and camping equipment and 15 lbs/ 07kg of your personal items.
  • Pick up from your hotel and transportation from your hotel to the start of trail.
  • Return transportation by train and bus to Cusco.
  • Water (excluding the first 4 hours of the trek when you need to bring your own).
  • 3 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 3 Afternoon tea and 3 Dinners. If you have a dietary request such as vegetarian food please let us know.
  • Dining tent with tables and chairs.
  • Comfortable and very spacious 4 man tent (one tent is used by two people).
  • Hotel in Aguas Calientes, Day 3.
  • Bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu
  • Sleeping Mattress
  • Oxygen bottle.
  • First aid kit.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Train tickets


  • Sleeping Bag (Can be hired from us).
  • First breakfast on Day 1, 
  • Last lunch Day 4.
  • Tips
  • Entrance to Huayna Picchu Mountain US$65