If you are reading this article, you will probably want to get to Machu Picchu through the route that the Incas used. Therefore, you must know that the Inca trail tours are very solicited and fill up very quickly. There are only 500 spaces each day for the Inca Trail. This is because the Peruvian authorities have introduced strict regulations designed to protect the Inca Trail and the fragile and beautiful ecosystems which surround it in the Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary. These 500 places include travelers, guides, cooks and other support staff. The purpose of this article is to provide help with booking your Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. The information included here is sent out to all our travelers when they contact us via internet and it has been compiled from their most frequently asked questions. We are grateful to all those travelers for their excellent feedback! The 500 spots per day are for travelers, guides, cooks, and porters This can make ensuring your place on the Inca Trail more complicated than it seems, the first thing you must do is check our website for the Inca Trail availability and look for available spaces. 4-day Inca Trail Is the most solicited route to get to Machu Picchu. Let us suppose that you would like to book the wonderful Classic 4-day Inca Trail for September 15th, for yourself and another friend. You check our website for Inca Trail availability and see that there are 2 spots available for that date. Of course, you assume that everything is fine, and that you have found just what you were looking for! But, unfortunately, it is not that simple. Let us explain why. For the two of you, we need to obtain 7 permits in addition to those we get for
If you are reading this article, you will probably want to get to Machu Picchu through the route that the Incas used. Therefore, you must know that the Inca trail tours are very solicited and fill up very quickly.