Salkantay and Inca Trail Trek – 7D/6N
Tour Location: Inca Trail and Salkantay Trail
Tour Type: Hiking, camping, adventure, history, culture
Total Distance: 46.7 miles/75 km
Good For: Experienced hikers
Difficulty: Quite Challenging
Considerations: Permit required for day four
Are you the type of person who enjoys the journey just as much as the destination? Do you enjoy reaching hidden places that very few others have?
If yes, you will definitely not want to miss out on the Salkantay & Inca Trail Trek. This trek will take you through the lush Salkantay Valley, alongside vibrant lakes and rivers, and next to snow-capped mountains, all the while seeing plants, animals, and ruins found nowhere else in the world. However, as this is one of the most challenging hikes in Peru, you will want to be sure you have booked your tour with a credible company, known for excellent customer service, and exquisite knowledge of the Peruvian country side. With a five-star rating on TripAdvisor we take pride in making sure you have an enjoyable trek while creating long lasting memories. While there are many different ways in which you can experience Machu Picchu, the Salkantay camp; Inca Trail Trek is the option that will bring you closest to nature, as you will follow in the footsteps of the Inca who walked the same path hundreds of years ago. Along this hike you will be immersed in Peru’s beautiful and diverse ecosystem as you follow the Apurimac River basin, to the Urubamba River, before heading into Salkantay, Cusco’s second largest Mountain region (6,277m/ 20,577ft). You will walk through lush green valleys, and camp beside turquoise glacial lakes. Your expert guide will show and explain the many archeological sites along the way, as well as the wide variety of flora and fauna. Whether you’re travelling as a group, a couple or on your own we have options that will fit your needs. So, what are you waiting for? If you want to experience one of the seven wonders of the world in the most authentic way possible, book your trek now while limited spots last.
This trek is spectacular for those travellers who wish to get off the beaten track but still join the best Inca Trail and around the stunning Mount Salkantay, which is the second largest mountain in Cusco region (6,277m / 20,577ft). Complete adventure for some super hikers and trekking lovers