The government has sanctioned a small portion of the thousands of miles of Inca Trail preserved for this trek. This popular classic route is 26 miles and takes 4-days. Due to the altitude of this trek, it is highly recommended that you spend at least 2 days for acclimatization at higher altitudes. You may consider our Inca trail with rainbow mountain and humantay lake trip option for adequate prior acclimatization.
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Raul Ccolque, has lived in the Andes all of his life. Since he was 18-years-old he has worked on the Inca Trail on every trek to Macchu Picchu, as both a porter and a tour guide. Born and raised in a small village called Seque Raccay, Ccolque attended a Quechuan speaking elementary and high school. He then went on to Cusco University to further his studies in tourism. Growing up in a small Quechuan village ignited his passion for hiking the surrounding mountains and exploring his heritage.
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We try our best to ensure accurate and up-to-date guide information, but in some cases this may change due to emergencies or other unforeseen guide scheduling challenges. In any case, another highly-rated, certified guide with similar experience would lead your trip and you will be kept informed of any such case.
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