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Inca Trail

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Inca Trail

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Rainbow Mountain in One Day from Cusco

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Journey deep into the Andes to hike Rainbow Mountain, an important worship site since pre-Inca times. With a mountain guide, safely explore the rainbow-striated mountain and see sights including adobe houses, llama herds, and the Ausangate Glacier. Plus, by going with a group, you bypass the stress of choosing the right trail or organizing your own transport from Cusco. Pack light for this challenging full-day hike: breakfast and lunch are provided.
$45.00 per adult
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AWTON wrote a review Dec 2020
San Diego, California2 contributions
This trail was an excellent way to expereience Machu Picchu. You visit Inca ruins and you learn about the culture during the entire hike.
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Date of experience: December 2020
Choluis wrote a review Oct 2020
9 contributions2 helpful votes
Sorry it may sound cliche, but this is really one of those places you wont regret visiting, just get up and go
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Date of experience: November 2019
IRW1127 wrote a review May 2020
Vancouver, Canada171 contributions64 helpful votes
Had a great day hike into Machu Picchu. The weather was rainy which actually made it a much better day for the hike. The views were a little obscured somewhat but the clouds move around pretty fast so there is always a good vantage point. The best part of the walk was when you get to the Sun Gate and see the view of the ruins in the distance. Along the way the Lamas get up close and personal with you. Be sure to take enough water with you and lunch or snacks, you will need them as you stop and enjoy the views!!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Zemin H wrote a review Mar 2020
Atlanta, Georgia170 contributions5 helpful votes
May 19th, 2019, an unforgettable day when I got my feet on long dreamed Inca Trail. Our tour guide Andrew and his team provided our group of 4 a wonderful support, we are still grateful these days. We chose 2d1n trip since our group needed to consider conservatively because of our ages and strength. It's a challenging day, also the day that my dream came true, with no doubt it's the highlight of my adulthood life. We got up and left hotel about 5am, got to Ollantaytambo station about 6, got off the train at famous KM104 where our journey started, we had simple but nutritious breakfast prepared by alpaca expedition team, then we went on our journey. There are few old Inca ruins on the way, Andrew stopped us and had brief lectures or introductions, we were tested at the end about inca culture if you were caught not paying attention;) we reached Intipunku at 4:00pm, reached top of Machupicchu at 5:00pm, almost missed sunset. I am thinking to do it again sometime later for 4d3n trip.
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Date of experience: May 2019
midwaytoheaven wrote a review Feb 2020
Midway, Utah2,990 contributions305 helpful votes
If you love hiking and exploring ancient cities, the Camino Inka-Inka Trail is a must trip. BOTTOM LINE: Whether you hire a guide and pack animals or hike this ancient trail that has been used for the past 1,000 years, there is so much to see here. At the end is the "pot-of-gold" in seeing the incredible Inca city of Machu Picchu. If you are in great shape and love back-country camping, this is a buck-list journey of a lifetime. MY RATING: 8/10
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Date of experience: January 2020