Inca Trail with Salkantay

The Inca Trail with Salkantay Trek is a combined route that offers a thrilling and diverse adventure through the Peruvian Andes, showcasing the breathtaking beauty of both the Inca Trail and the Salkantay Mountain. This trek combines two iconic routes, providing a unique and immersive experience for adventurers.

The journey begins with the Salkantay Trek, which is known for its stunning landscapes, rugged mountains, and high-altitude passes. This portion of the trek takes hikers through remote Andean villages, lush valleys, and breathtaking mountain passes, including the famous Salkantay Pass at an altitude of 4,600 meters (15,091 feet). Along the way, trekkers are treated to incredible views of snow-capped peaks, turquoise lakes, and diverse ecosystems.

After completing the Salkantay Trek, hikers join the classic Inca Trail, following the ancient footsteps of the Incas to the legendary Machu Picchu. This portion of the journey offers a unique opportunity to experience the historical and cultural significance of the Inca civilization, passing through magnificent archaeological sites, cloud forests, and intricate Inca stone pathways.

Combining the Inca Trail