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Inka Trail Expedition Peru

Cusco 08001, Peru
+51 84 231344
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A great adventure!!

I have booked with William manager of ITEP my vacation for a trip of 10 days ( 7 days in Cuzco and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Chio B
Beautiful, Fun Hike through the Andes

I am 28 years old traveling along and did the 5D/4N Salkantay Trek. I had a great time and it was... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2017
Davidray89
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Inka Trail Expeditions Peru is a Tour Operator in Cusco, this company born with nothing more than a strong desire to create an authentic Peruvian Agency, the rich diversity of tradition, adventure and mystery makes Peru a fascinating country to visit. Many Foreing Operators take advantage of this, but this Travel Agency was born in Cusco, Peru land of the Incas.We show that travel within Peru, are unforgettable and will mark lifes forever through our social projects (SmileTerra) that these are full of Energy and Natural adventure. is an inherent belief to the core values that inspire our being and business today.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Cusco 08001, Peru
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Reviewed yesterday

I have booked with William manager of ITEP my vacation for a trip of 10 days ( 7 days in Cuzco and 3 in Puerto Maldonado), for a party of 4 (My 2 sisters and my boyfriend, who is from Croatia). Overall the treatment that...More

Thank Chio B
Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

I am 28 years old traveling along and did the 5D/4N Salkantay Trek. I had a great time and it was absolutely beautiful. The scenery looked fake it was so spectacular. Our guide went by Ivan and he was a really good guy. He was...More

Thank Davidray89
Reviewed 30 December 2016

We had a great time on the Salkantay trip. Inka Exp. was easy in contact and friendly. Kevin was a great guide! Communication with Edgar was good. They made a mistake with our luggage which wasn't nice at all! Don't book in advance! It's much...More

2  Thank MaiteJans
Reviewed 30 October 2016 via mobile

Hiked the 4 day, 3 night trek. Went on late October. Very good experience. Pack very light. I found I did not need extra camp shoes, light fleece jacket, rain pants, or iodine pills. Cool morning, fairly warm afternoons with rain showers. A light weight...More

1  Thank denmis07
Reviewed 17 October 2016

I loved this experiencie. Overally very fun, execellent guide, very delicious food and the physically exhausting trip I was looking far. Thank you :-)

1  Thank Mary S
Reviewed 17 August 2016 via mobile

If you want to take a sterilized ride by train to see the most infamous macchu picchu . ... Go for it .... If you want to hike it , you will feel the mountains and make it part of you ... When you reach...More

2  Thank Joan P
Reviewed 15 August 2016

There are a few reasons I am thankful I chose ITEP to book our 2 Day-1Night Inca Trail Trek. First of all, Edgar, our contact for booking, was quick to respond via email to my many, many questions. He was wonderful to work with. I...More

Thank Kristine L
Reviewed 6 August 2016

My boyfriend and I recently returned from the 4day/3 night trek to Machu Picchu. Everything about Alpaca Expeditions was top-notch - from the communications from the office, to the care and knowledge of the trek guides, from the constant enthusiasm of the porters to the...More

Thank RockyZ19
Reviewed 30 June 2016

We started very early with the walk, it was difficult but not impossible!!! I had a great experience with my friends, excellent guide and very good organization, thanks...

Thank AnneCornick
Reviewed 27 June 2016

Climbing the Inka Trail into Machu Picchu is extremely difficult, but words cannot describe the feeling when Machu Picchu finally comes into view. After four days of climbing seven or more hours up stairs, sleeping in cold tents, and suffering altitude sickness, seeing Machu Picchu...More

1  Thank Emma S
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Kerry C
3 January 2017|
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There was water available for purchase at pretty much all the rest stops at fairly reasonable prices. Also the cook heated water for everyone in the morning. We brought water tablets, but never needed to use them. I would... More
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Kerry C
3 January 2017|
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Response from Joan P | Reviewed this property |
I brought purification tablets, though that they can be bought in Cusco. You will be able to buy water on the Inca Trail. Bring them if you have them . The pills do not take up much room . I don't think we used ours. I think... More
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Brenda P
19 January 2016|
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Response from Per-Axel W | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Second night was just below zero (Celsius) and highest day temperature was around 20 to 25 degrees. I started with a lot of layers but ended up with shorts and t shirt. I had a 25 litre back pack which was fine as a... More
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