Hello bloggers, today we will talk about the famous INCA TRAIL for MACHUPICCHU in Cusco PERU. That´s is one of the famous treks in the world. Know more in our blog!
Visitors from all over the world come to Peru, not only to see Machu Picchu in Cusco, which is now one of the 7 new wonders of the World, but also to make the Inca Trail of 4 days to reach Machupicchu citadel from the Sungate door. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO KNOW THAT, the reservations for the Inca Trail are very high demand, due to the limited number of tickets per day. Often, you have to make the reservation much sooner, like 6 months before as availability decreases, when the high season approaches (June-August), which is not surprising, since this route is one of the best of the of the trek in World.
Thousands traverse go to Cusco in Peru famous trail in South America, the 4 day Inca Trail every year. Although the total distance is only 40 km, the ancient trail left by the Incas in CUSCO in the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu climbs and descends the mountains, meandering through three high Andean passages that lead to Machupicchu citadel. The views of the snow-capped peaks of the mountains, the distant rivers and the overgrown forests and orchids are stupendous and walking from a pre-Columbian ruin that embraces a cliff to another is a mystical and unforgettable experience.
The Inca Trail begins at a point in the Sacred Valley at Kilometer 88, this trip is not suitable for people with heart disease, since it exceeds 4500 meters above the level of sea. The path climbs, descends, skirts the mountains on the ancient carved stone staircase, and then follows three steps of high Andean mountains. Once at the top, when you can catch your breath, you will certainly be surprised by the truly spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains of the Vilcanota Mountain Range.
The trip to Machu Picchu in Cusco is one of the most popular trek in the world, and the classic 4-day Inca Trail is full of beautiful scenery, mountain trails, cloud forests, etc. This trek, road was created by the Incas centuries ago, path made of stones used to reach, the lost city of MachuPicchu. The 4-day Inca trek is one of the most famous trek in the world, and today are busy, trekking route for tourists to get to one of the wonders of the modern world Machu Picchu.
Thousands of people travel the most famous trail in South America, the Inca Trail of four days in Cusco, Peru every year. Although the total distance is only 40 km, the old trail that follows original with its stairs and path left by the Incas of the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu climbs and descends the mountains, winding through three high Andean passages, that led collectively to the route. The views of the snowy peaks of the mountains, the distant rivers and the overgrown forests and orchids are stupendous and walking from a pre-Columbian ruin that embraces one cliff to another is a mystical and unforgettable experience.
The Inca Trail, which leads to the famous Inca citadel of MachuPicchu in Cusco, is one of the most popular and well-known tours in Peru. The walk has a number of archaeological remains of incredibly preserved Incas. Along the route, the natural landscape is stunning with incredible views of the snow-capped mountains and the cloud forest. On the way, visitors can experience a series of microclimates and observe the changes in flora and fauna, typical of the high Andes and cloud forest, as well as the enormous biological diversity of the Amazon. Then 4 days later, hikers will arrive in the magnificent city of Machu Picchu, rediscovered more than 100 years ago by the North American Hiram Bingham. Getting to Machu Picchu in the morning and seeing the sunrise is a sight worthy of being appreciated and completed The Inca Trail is one of the best sensations in the world! Once in Machu Picchu, you can climb to the top of Huayna Picchu for an incomparable view of the Historic Sanctuary, the nearby town of Aguas Calientes and the Urubamba Valley.