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HOW LONG IS THE INCA TRAIL?


5 December, 2019


INCA TRAIL TO MACHU PICCHU BY ECO PATH TREK

HOW LONG IS THE INCA TRAIL?

There are different Inca trail tours including alternative walks to get to Machu Picchu each of the tours with different experiences and traditions of the areas where you will travel. The duration is according to the tour you do; the most famous is the route of the Classic Inca Trail that lasts 4 days and 3 nights and you reach a maximum height of 4200 masl; The second is the Short Inca Trail route of 2 days and 1 night and you reach a maximum height of 2650 meters. We also have other alternative adventure tours: the so-called “Inca Jungle” which consists of cycling and walking until you reach the Inca citadel and lasts 4 days and 3 nights; Finally there is the walking tour to Machu Picchu through the snowy Salkantay which lasts 5 days and 4 nights. To know the lost city of the Incas “Machu Picchu”, there are several options, go by train or by car. But if you want to live an incredible adventure, the Inca Trail is recommended, you will travel the paths where the Incas walked towards the citadel of Machu Picchu. Inca trails over the mountains, in a path of landscapes of indescribable Andean beauty that runs, throughout the days of this adventure, archaeological centers that can only be reached by it; That is the Inca Trail. Machu Picchu was connected to the city of Cusco and the rest of the Inca empire through roads of excellent structure, with ergonomic designs, were built in strict harmony with the natural environment and have great aesthetics in its construction. Many of the roads are ledges on the edge of the abyss and are surrounded by beautiful landscapes with lush and varied vegetation. In some sections the road is carved directly into the rock. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is considered one of the most spectacular trekking routes on the planet and is the best known of the Inca roads.


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