Spanning South America, the Inca Trail was built by the Inca Empire and served as their main means of sending messages throughout Tahuantinsuyo. Today, the road is patchy at best with many sections entirely unusable. Nevertheless, there are still many stretches of the road that connect to Machu Picchu. The popular Inca Trail Trek is...
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Apu Salkantay receives some of the most snowfall in Peru. At 6,271 meters above sea level, conquering its summit can be a challenging task. For this reason, the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is for trekking lovers who can handle a bit of a challenge. It’s best to prepare yourself for this daunting trek. Start...
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  Trekking to Machu Picchu has become the ultimate bucket list item for many and usually it’s the classic Inca Trail trek that people have their sights set on. With such high demand and permits almost always snatched up six months in advance, the Inca Trail can be an out-of-reach option if you’ve planned your...
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