Why travel with

Inti Sun Trek

Most Popular Trek to Machupicchu

Hiking to Machu Picchu is a true adventure, making the journey to the Inca Citadel as rewarding as the ruins themselves. There are lots of routes to take, from the Classic Inca Trail to Salkantay Trek, all ending at Machu Picchu on your last day for an amazing tour of this World Wonder.

Inca Trail Frequently asked questions

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Inca Trail Reservation for 2023

Permits for Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu will go on sale in Oct 2022 When you pre-book with us, we guarantee we will be at the permit office the day the permits go on sale. In order to get your permits. We have never failed to get a preferred permit date for our pre-booked trekkers.

The entire month of April,May and June, July are always sold out in the first few hours when permits get on sale. So if you are planning to hike the Inca Trail during those months we highly recommend you to send your personal information and the tour deposit as soon as you can.

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Is the Inca Trail difficult?
Do I need to be fit?

All of the treks are fairly difficult and you should be well prepared and healthy prior to starting the trek. The Inca Trail requires you to be moderately fit because you will be hiking through mountainous regions at high altitudes.

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Wiñay Wayna Campsite

Wiñay Wayna is one of the campsites on the Inca Trail nearest to Machu Picchu. Camping at Wiñay Wayna will allow you to arrive at Machu Picchu in time to witness sunrise on the last day of the Inca Trail.

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Our Incan Blood Super Porters

Our Incan Blood Super Porters and Cooks who work together to transport everything from site to site all along the Inca Trail.They are the most important people to us, and that is why we always ensure that we treat them well.

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popular destinationAlternative Trek to Machupicchu

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Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu 5 Days / 4 Nights

Porters that will carry your personal belongings (up to 6kg/ 12lbs) – no extra fee You will hike only...

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Inca Jungle Trail to Machu Picchu Trek 4 Days / 3 Nights

If you are short on time (or energy) you can still enjoy the highlights of the Sacred Valley and...

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Lares Trek To Machu Picchu 4 Days / 3 Nights

This four day Lares Trek to Machu Picchu includes 2.5 days hiking in the alpine visiting local villages along...

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Ausangate Trek Peru -Rainbow Mountain 5 Days / 4 Nights

The geological formations of the Rainbow Mountain will blow your mind away while the Ausangate trek will give you...

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Most Frequently asked questions

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What about food
and water?

Our meals are always a highlight of our treks. All food is prepared from organic vegetables and fresh ingredients purchased in the local Cusco markets, transported by the porters, then prepared by the chef.

We will provide you with boiled and filtered cold water during the trek after lunch on the first day. You will need to bring a container to carry your water in. Also, you need to ensure that you pack a sufficient amount of water for the first half-day of the trek

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Climbing Huayna Picchu Mountain

Climbing Huayna Picchu mountain is a unique experience and provides a different aerial perspective than from Intipunku, the “Sun Gate”.Due to recently introduced regulations, it is necessary to reserve a ticket for Huayna Picchu well in advance.

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Medical Information and Travel Insurance

We strongly advise you to purchase travel insurance that covers accidents, medical expenses, and emergency evacuations. We also recommend a policy that covers bad weather tour cancellations, loss of luggage, etc. Please forward a copy of your insurance policy to our offices.

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Tipping and
Gratuities

While we believe every trip we lead is a once-in- a-lifetime experience, tipping is of course one hundred percent voluntary and should only be done if you feel that your guide, porters, and chefs have done an amazing job.

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Can I Store My Luggage With You?

The last thing you want to worry about on your tour or trek is your luggage being stolen or damaged. If you trust your hotel you can safely leave luggage. However, we can also store your luggage at the Inti Sun Trek offices for no extra fee and a guarantee of absolute safety.

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popular destinationMachu Picchu by Train

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Inti Sun Trek What differentiates us

There's a reason why so many people recommend our adventure holidays

Equipment Travel

When renting a camping tent or renting a backpack from INTI SUN TREK, you are renting camping gear and backpacking.

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Inti SunTrek Team

INTI SUN TREK team and will do anything and everything to make sure you have an unforgettable experience in your visit to Peru.

INTI SUN TREK, gathered some of the best and most experienced tour guides in the region to ensure that your trip with us is perfect!

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Our Story

At Inti Sun Trek, your passion is what drives us. Want to hike the Inca Trail and camp under the stars?Visit the Sacred Valley? Explore some little-known Inca ruins or learn about our local customs? We know just how to arrange these itineraries, down to the finest detail, for small, private groups.

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Join our Team

Inti Sun Trek is looking for a native English speaker to help us with marketing, editing our website, answering emails, and helping us around the office. We are flexible and can work around your schedule, we can offer full or part time positions.

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Popular destinationChoose your
vacation type

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Inti Sun Trek Serious Company

Inti Sun Trek is an official Peruvian company, therefore we are obligated to follow Peruvian law regulations. Our general rules are based on Peruvian law.

We are serious about our clients

We never change or modify our agreements without confirmation. You will get exactly what is listed on our website because we believe in truth in advertising.

We pay taxes to the Peruvian government

All of our prices include standard tax. We are committed to our land and its development. This ensures that it continues to grow and prosper.

We adhere to all Peruvian labor laws

We are committed to paying our office staff, tour guides, porters, wranglers, and chefs fairly. We also pride ourselves on staff safety and happiness. We as a team cannot make you happy, if we are not happy.

popular destinationCusco Day Tours

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Our best Social Project

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Christmas
in the andes

Anapahua and Chilipahua have more than 300 inhabitants with more than 200 children. These families are also subsistence farmers and shepherds to alpacas and sheep. Their native language is Quechua, the ancient language of the Inka, and this is the language they learn at home. For the first three years in school, they are taught mainly in Quechua, and slowly Spanish is introduced so that they can integrate into mainstream Peruvian society

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Creating a new alternative
route to Machu Picchu

Anapahua and Chillipahua are 2 beautiful communities located about 3 hours away from Cusco. Anapahua and Chilipahua have more than 500 inhabitants and their families are mostly subsistence farmers and shepherds to alpacas and sheep.

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Niños del Sol

Ninos del Sol prioritizes quality education, holistic wellbeing, and a genuine sense of family

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The Children visit the Machupicchu

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Tourism information Travel Blog

Whether you travel alone or with family and friends, a trip with Inti Sun Trek will be 100% personalized. Here you will find useful tips, travel news and experiences to make the most of your trip to Machupicchu.

Useful information in Cusco
tips, news and more

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Trekking done differently

Inti Sun Trek knows that the best way to take in the fascinating Incan history and the stunning and diverse Andean landscapes is in small, intimate groups. Our small groups offer security, camraraderie, and a more intimate connection with your destination. Other companies may claim to offer this service, but at Inti Sun Trek, we stand by our values and guarantee our small group treks.

When you book a trek with us, we know that you are on your way to a trip of a lifetime. How can we be so confident? Just take a look at our handwritten customer reviews. A remarkable 99% of our trekkers report a high satisfaction with the services we offer on our treks.

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Sustainable tourism & Inti Sun Trek

We employ many people from these small mountain villages to work as porters, cooks, wranglers, and hosts for our tourists. The money that is brought in by tourism helps to make sure that the children of our workers have access to a good education, school supplies, and clothing in their ancestral home villages. In our effort to help preserve the environment, we have taken many steps to make our treks environmentally sustainable. That is why we are working with our staff to create a culture of sustainabilty on all of our treks.

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