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How to Get Ready Before Hiking The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

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The article that you need to know before preparing and planning your Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu. Lets do it.

Hiking quotesReturning home is the most difficult part of long distance hiking; you have grown outside the puzzle and your piece no longer fits.” – Cindy Ross.

Hiking the ancient Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is an amazing experience that inspires emotion, travelers bring out a litle bit of nerves; causing jealousy between friends; and beat a sense on wonder in your inspiration. Lifetime experience and once in a lifetime ☺♥☺.

When you think to visit Peru; do the most popular adventure trek of South America. Why? Because you see all Inca Culture along your jouney – also one of the earth’s most glorious hikes to experience the wonder of the world, Machupicchu. The Inca Trail is the manner of fantastic adventures for which many travelers like traveling in the past; the hiking itself; that brings you along the legendary narrow paths deep into the Peruvian cloud forest, amazon jungle and hight into the Andes mountains is unbelievable, ancient Inca ruins and breathtaking andean valley vistas expose; its magnificence along the walk; where the grand Inka trail ends of 4 day hike on symbolic Machu Picchu of Perú.

Marko Andinauta’s Hiking Story

I have hiked the Inca trail to Machu Picchu; more than 500 times in more than 10 years (5 times per month and more than fifty times per year since 2009) that almost lost my left knee. Fortunately, titanium is replacing my left knee. Therefore, I really want to share all my experiences of hard-earned insights, tips; advice to support you plan and make ready for your effective hiking experience to Machu Picchu – everything resumed and inclusive guidebook of Marko, tourist expert guide.

Wonderfull: if you are wishing to hike the Inca trek during low or high season and desire to discover the camping and trekking better; you do not have any idea – what to pack for camping or how to get a Inca Trail permit, perhaps worrying about if you are fit enough; probably about altitude sickness, when to book a place on a trek – this article provides you almost all necessary information answers to your questions of experienced Inca Trail expert guide. Inside of The great Inca Trail more than 10 years camping under 1,000000 stars taught me many lessons.

Are you ready to join our adventures? Continue to explore and learn all about traveling in the past by foot like my ancestor did.


Hike Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
Hike the Legendary Inca Trail to Machu Picchu


The Mega project of 15th century built by 9th Inca or king Tupac Inca Yupanqui; most known as Inka Pachacuteq – The main purpose to build the Trail was to connect Incan cities with Inca trail network in the whole South America; which was Tahuantinsuyo or Incan Empire. The population used to travel round year by foot following the famous Qhapaq Ñan or Inka path to the four cardinal points of the empire which occupied almost the whole Andes of South America.


Machu Picchu Inca Trail
The LEGENDARY INCA TRAIL HIKE that takes you to discover MACHU PICCHU (One of 7 wonders of the WORLD).



The  legendary Inka Trail is a very well established and 4-day hike that leads hikers from KM – 82. The starting point fifty minutes outside of Ollantaytambo village; all the way to Machu Picchu thru its impressive Intipunku or Sun Gate (Place of first view of Machu Picchu on day four in the morning).

• The good thing is that it’s a lot shorter than you can expect at only 45 Kms or 26 miles. On the other hand; there is a significant chunk of which 45 Km is up steep, narrow Andean mountain trails at altitude.

The biggest Inca Empire in South America from 15th century – which at its largest joined Peru; large parts of modern Ecuador; western and south central Bolivia; northwest Argentina; north and central Chile and part of southwest Colombia. Bassically the six countries that are in the Andes mountain were part of the Inkan civilisation.

The Inca Trail had thousands of kilometers to link important settlements and centres of civilisation; also along the way there were the famous TAMBOS and WAKAS considered as resting places (where travelers from 15th century used to rest, have food and sleep). Today, when you hike the 4 day Classic Inca Trail you get to see more than 10 Inca ruins on the way to Machu Picchu.

Our comfort Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 4 days is for hikers who only want to walk, eat and sleep too.



Because hiking the legendary Inca trail is the most amazing way to explore and discover Machu Picchu! Therefore; is the second demanding package to the wonder of the world after Machu Picchu tour by train (easiest way to visit Machu Picchu).

The ancient and legendary trail is Peruvian country in a microcosm; impressive green cloud fores alive with hummingbirds and birds; mountaintops and steep mountain passes; panoramas and landscapes with Incan ruins, accessible only for visitors who follow this popular footpath of South America.

Nevertheless, as genuily as the hike may be; the main reason for its popularity stands at the end of this great 4-day trek; arriving and passing through the SUN GATE for that first amazing sighting of Machu Picchu ruins in the distance. For sure, just Inca Trail hikers have access the GATE at sunrise which is very spectacular the panorama; at one of the new 7 wonders of the world. The Inca trail makes this hike a hallmark on so many Peru bucket lists; board Happy Gringo’s trail to discover the greatness of Inca Trail of Peru.

The legendary Inca Trail hike marks my five hundred times visiting Machu Picchu; and arriving thru the Sun Gate with sweaty eyebrows, left knee replaced with titanium and tired feet rather than taking the bus from Aguas Calientes with hundreds of tourists. Therefore, the best way to arrive at one of the earth’s most symbolical charms is by foot.

Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with locally owned tour operator, you won’t regret it.



The Capac Ñan or legendary Inca Trail was built by Inca Pachacuteq back in the 1438; it took fifty years with twenty thousand workers.

It is believed that the legendary Inca Trail was a route of pilgrimage to Machu Picchu that was used by the Sapa Inca or King in the 15th century.

Besides, the trail passes through many important settlements between Ollantaytambo, Llactapata, Huayllabamba, Sayacmarca, Phuyupatamarca, Wiñay Wayna, Inti Pata, Inti Punku and Machu Picchu that give a high level of importance and mysticism to the ancient road.

During colonial time the Inca Trail was hidden and abandoned from 1536 until 1915; almost 4 centuries the trail has survived the hitting of the nature. In 1915; Hiram Bingham after rediscovering Machu Picchu found this famous trail; who cleaned up the trail from Machu Picchu to Km 82. But today, the Classic Inca trail starts in Km 82 or Piscacucho.




There are 6,000 travel agencies in total in Cusco city from all of them; there are only 120 LEGAL Inca Trail operators who can book with and one of them is Happy Gringo Tours from Marko Andinauta which is 100% locally owned tour Operator; 100% Peruvian company and Official Inka Trail or Camino Inca Operator.

Before 2000; hiking the Inca trail to Machu Picchu used to be free but ¿what happened? Basically; the hikers were not respecting the archeological sites, porters who load the camping equipments were overloaded (they could carry almost fifty kilos or 100 pounds); and there were not ranger stations on the way to control it. Therefore; after 2000 the regulations are very strict to get your permit; which is good for porters, tourists and Inca ruins.

Thanks to Ministerio de Cultura and Sernanp the Inca Trail porters only load today 25 kilos or 50 pounds: half amount than before (I know this story thanks to my colleagues who started hiking to Machu Picchu since 1900 and today most of them are retired). See the video

The access to the legendary Inca trail is very strict since 2002; it has been capped to 500 hikers per day that amount is divided 200 tourists and 300 guides, cooks and porters. The crew who take camping equipments to survive the impressive 4 day hike to Machu Picchu work from March to January every year.

Marko Andinauta recommends to everyone who is interested to do the hiking; it is highly recommended to obtain the permits months in advance.

Happy Gringo Tours is secure to buy your permit, just let us know in advance. However; there are other Cusco’s hikes, as Lares trek, Cachicata trekkking and Salkantay trail; where you can book at any time of the year. Also, amazing hikings to the wonder of the world and operated by us.

Only the ancient Inca Trail needs to be bought and booked at least 6 months in advance because spaces are limited.



For many hikers is difficult to decide when to carry on the hike or many of travelers do not know; the weather conditions of Cusco. Imperial city of the Incas is located in the middle of the Andes mountains.

Inca Trail is located in Cusco; Peru. Therefore; Cusco has two seasons wet and dry. Lately, you can book the Inca trail round the year (January to March and February is closed). Nevertheless; dry and wet seasons have the advantages and disadvantages.

Keep in mind: that you have to pack in your daypack enough water; flashlight and rain poncho. In case you get lost or you are a slow/begginer hiker.

May to October (Dry Season).

Advantages | 20% the chance of rain is specially on the three tops (Dead woman’s first pass at 4,215 m; Runkuracay Second pass at 4,000 m and Phuyupatamarca the last pass at 3850m). During the day the mornings and afternoons are dry. The nightime temperatures in dry season drops significantly; so expect very cold nights in the tents.

Disadvatages | The high tourism season in Cusco; so the Inca Trail is at full capacity every day. It makes the camp sites fuller and 500 people are making traffic on the trail to Machu Picchu as ants. Also, increases the demand for tours during dry season. June to August sometimes people book a year in advance to assure the Inca trail ticket.

Note: you get to see more landscapes, panoramas, clear sky and dry mountain

November to April (Wet season).

Hiking the Inca Trail during rainy season is fantastic ¿why? Because the path and mountains is very colorful. The weather is changeable / unpredictable, you must be prepared with your rain gear. On the other hand; you have more chances to see orchids and wildlife on the way to Machupicchu. Temperatures at nightime are also less chilly.

Advantage | The trail is with few hikers; so the number of travelers you are walking the Inca Trail with is notedly reduced, as are the crowds at Machu Picchu citadel. Tours and hikes are slightly cheaper and easy to reserve with only a week in advance. Lately; there are many people who prefer visiting Machu Picchu via Inca Trail.

Disadvantage | Honestly; I met travelers who really like hiking in the rainy season. Also; camping in the rain for four days is never pleasing. Whether there is notably rainfall; then thekking conditions become slippier and more difficult. Because the trail is paved with stones; has thousand of steps that are going up and down; and only imagine what type of hiking boots you should hike with.

I am hanging around on the Inca Trail since 2009; like “Peruvian Chicken Brass” almost the whole year except february (this month is closed, in order to give maintenance and it has a lot rain). Also this is the only month that Inca Trail guides rest and we have vacation with our families.



The short answer to this is YES.

Whether i were you and want to go hiking the Inca Trail during dry season, then i could be making a reservation earlier rather than later (it means righ now). On the other hand; if you are going to hike the Inca Trail tour in rainy time; you still have chance to book weeks notice and I always recommend to do it in advance.

Lately, many Inca Trail travelers who contacted with my person; they have finished the Inka Trail expedition successfully and happy. Do not wait the last minute to get your ticket (Once during rainy seasnon, a couple of Australians could not travel the Inca Trail because there were no spaces and Happy Gringo had to changed for another alternative trek to Machu Picchu). Did you get me? Great!

Continue exploring the Inca trail virtual tour and also you can watch Machu Picchu virtual tour.

Happy Gringo Tours is Inca Trail Specialist; a local company focused on sustainability and Peruvian organic food on the way to Machu Picchu. We were awarded twice as “BEST LOCAL INKA TRAIL TOUR OPERATOR” by Dircetur and AATC in Cusco. With our Comfort Inca Trail 4 day and Short Inca Tour to Machu Picchu 2 day.



I have taken travelers to Machu Picchu from from different ages, colors, cultures and countries and never had issues with ages. There is a national institution that looks after Inca Trail visitors, where Inca Trail operators see who is the youngest and oldest.

How old is too old and how old is too young to hike this famous hike?

The Peruvian government does not have established any guidelines regarding age caps for hiking any of the Inca Trails that require permits. It’s up to the tour operators to determine what their limits are. Operators who organize group treks can choose any age limits they want.

Happy Gringo Tours organizes private and small group hikes. We have set up hikes for families with children as young as 6 and even toddlers carried in backpacks, as well as people in their 70s. Fitness is a factor and it’s in the best interest of the tour operator to carefully assess groups with members younger than 8 and older than 60s.

Basically; there is no minimum or maximum age limit for hikers on the Inca Trail; Happy Gringo Tours operates according to its own policies and guidelines. My youngest MAISIE SARAH WATT Australian girl hiker was 6 years old who came with her family; Robin Jamieson the oldest SOLO Senior hiker was 79 years old from England and we have many porters who work after their 60s.

Whether; you are a little older in years and need some inspiration; then Robin Jamieson is our oldest recorded hiker of the Trail in 2019.

Marko Andinauta advice the following recommendations:

  • Not good for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • I do not recommend to hikers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • All  traveler children under 17 years old must be accompanied by an adult and we do not have age requirements

♥ Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

(foto de familia australiano y link del viejo trekero).



It was not easy to get the license of Happy Gringo Tours; to Operate the legendary Inca Trail. So; it’s renewed annually.

All companies to operate the Inka Trail hike; must be officially licensed by the goverment (Ministerio de Cultura); and licenses are only awarded to local Peruvian hiking companies; that have establishments in Cusco state.

However; the new Inca Trail Operators are added to the list every year; as you can see; quality; experiences; and equipment offered will change a lot.

On the other hand; international travel, trekking or adventure companies outsource to local operators like us. Viator, Tripadvisor and various Inca Trail vendors on-line; use our Inca Trail costs offered by Happy Gringo as local trekking company. Due to our emphasis on sustainability; our reputation for treating the porters very well; Happy Gringo is a fully licensed and professional tour operator.

Our Classic Inca Trail hike 4 day and 3 night costs US$670 per person (Includes: private transport, almost all food on the Trail, Inca Trail permit, camping equipment, entrance and a guided tour around Machu Picchu, a support team or so guides, chefs, and porters) up to US$900 on the top end. The price changes according, quality of the tour operator and service; the number of hikers on the group and whether the hiking is a private or comfort service.



It’s necessary to send a deposit of 200 usd in advance to secure your Inca Trail permit, so if you go with a new, non-established, or cheaper provider, make sure you have done enough research into them before paying anything. After all, you don’t want the upfront savings to mean inadequate equipments, poor quality food, or a less memorable experience.

As well; be aware that permits are only issued with a hiker’s name and passport number and; once booked, they are non transferable and non changeable. Whether you happen to change your passport between booking and arriving at the entry checkpoint at Piscacucho – km82 (where they check your passport), then contact Marko Andinauta for advice and tips.

Happy Gringo Tours has another cheaper, slightly shorter hike that removes a day either side of the Inca Trail that is ideal for those on a tighter time scale or budget. Short Inca Trail 2 days to Machu Picchu.



I worked with many Inca Trail companies before starting with my own company. Unfortunately; the food that i had with them were very poor, that’s why the meals with Happy Gringo is totally different than other Inca Trail companies.

Our chef and assistant chef + porters work together to provide the best Peruvian Inca Trail food on the way to Machu Picchu.


Every morning, the porters knock the tents to wake you up with warm Coca tea before having the organic breakfast. The first meal of the day; pancake with caramels, thick oatmeal  with fresh chunks of banana, pan chuta – traditional bread baked in colonial ovens and omelettes with variety of vegtables.

Drinkable Water to Refill Up

After breakfast, hikers must refill up the water conatiners with boiled water and cooled. The water is included since the first lunch; you only need to ask after meals.


Once you finish the breakfast, the chefs prepares in little care packages to take along the hike to snack on. The snacks are coca candies, fruits, granola bars, juices, traditional chocolate bars and cookies.


Hiking all morning; then you see the dinning and kitchen tents on the trail that makes yuo smile because it motivaes yuo to get very quickly, knowing there is wating you a very delicious lunch. Happy Gringo Tours has a good balance of nutrients and plenty of food to be full.

The chefs prepare soups creams (quinoa, vegetables, potato and corn); lomo saltado, peruvian french fries, rice with veggies and vegetable salad. The food is improve every year

Teatime or Happy Hour

After having good lunch; hikers continue to walk along the trail for several hours more before getting the camp site for the night. The tents are set by porters (once you arrive to the camps; you only need to clean yourselves up); comes the assortment of teas; organic coffe, popcorn; crackers with butter and marmalade; hot chocolate; organic baked cookies and wontons refilled with cheese.


The final meal of the day – the dinnertime is with 3 course meals. Nestled in your dinning tent; our very taleted crew of chefs are able to put the most traditional Peruvian dishes with only an aid of a torch and a minimalist propane torch.

Soups with potatoes, Andean corn chowder, Peruvian pastas, pizzas, steamed trout in a mushroom sauce served with fresh vegetables, potato chips, cake made in the middle nowhere and jello.

Note: whether you have any food allergies or happen to be a vegetarian or vegan, Happy Gringo will cater to you along the way without extra cost.

The reason, why i was hiking 5 times per month the Inca Trail is because i ate as a king and want to always appreciate the creativity and ability of Inca Trail chefs because they cook in challenging areas like the Andes.



Water is symbol of life! The first morning on day 1; water is not included until lunch time. Therfore; you must take your own water, according how much water you drink per day? Normally, Inca Trail hikers take 2 litres for the first morning and once you arrive to the lunch spot; the chef provides more drinkable water. At leats, you can have more than 5 litres per day with us when other companies sell it, after boiling the water from the mountains.

No worries, Happy Gringo provides plenty of water so that you will no be thirsty on your adventure while you go hiking to the wonder of the world.


Inca Trail Packing List → [https://happygringotours.com/inca-trail-packing-list/]



You won’t believe me! I have hiked to Machu Picchu with worldwide travelers who went to hike Kilimanjaro, Mont Everest, Camino de Santiago de Compostela, Patagonia, etc. All of them had difficulties hiking the Inca Trail because the terrain is very rocky and steep.

The secrets at the top of any nature, outdoor enthusiasts bucket list has to be hiking the Inca Trail of Peru. Set in the Andes mountain range; the 4 day classsic hike will have you ascending all the way from Km 82 at 2,600m up to 4,215 meters above sea level – The famous Dead Woman’s Pass, ending at one of the New Seven Wonders of the World at 2,400m. Whether you are planning on exploring this ancient site, a living emblem of Incan history; there are a few things you should do first to make sure; you are fully prepared to travel into the past by foot.

To prepare for the Inca Trail is not only a case of throwing some unworn walking boots in your rucksack and hoping the great experience; but rather doing the nessesary to ensure you have a prosperous and never-to-be-forgotten  expedition on the way to Machu Picchu.



Oh My Mountains! Honestly; there is not a right answer for this question, it’s all dependent on your own fitness ranks.

We will be hiking on average about 12km per day, often incurring steep Inka stone steps and high levels of altitude; so is not a simple adventure! Whether; you’re already fairly fit; prepping for this hike will involve you slightly upping your current training game. Perhaps if you’re not so fit? Marko Andinauta suggest you starting a strict training routine at least 2 months in advance.

On the other hand; cycling, long-distance walking or running is the best way to build your CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, it hepls to process oxygen, whilst aerobic exercises are key to strengthening your legs and upper body.

How example: sit-ups, kettle bell swings, squats, step-aerobics, shoulder presses and back/shoulder flies will all help. It’s also a great idea to do a few 7km o more where you live before your expedition. Of course choosing paths or routes with rocky terrain similar to the Inca Trail terrain.

Also, you must be mentally prepared is just as very important as physical preparation when it comes to hiking the legendary Inca trail to conquer Machupicchu.

Persistence and endurance are what pushes you through these 4 day classic hike and this is all very much mind over matter. Some parts of the path are tough and will leave you breathless; others are pretty breezy and will offer you the chance to enjoy all the hike.

Pace youself: the hike is by no a race. The trail is fully of history; amazing views and the tour guides are in charge to show all of the Inca Trail that our ancestors left us. You will walk on your own pace because ther is no RUSH! Once you adapt to the altitude, weather and trail; you will enjoy your adventure!.

Do not be proud to understimate the altitude! You would be the fittest hiker, it does mean the mountain sickness will not get to you. The trail has many heights along the walk that can cause you to get short of breath and feel ill. But there are many ways to control your heart and lungs while you do the hike. Drink plenty of water, chew Coca leaf and eat few because the diggestion is very slow; specially for people who come from sea level.


MACHU PICCHU ALTITUDE SICKNESS [[https://happygringotours.com/machu-picchu-altitude-sickness/]] You must read this article BEFORE hiking the Inca road.



What to Pack for Camping? You do not need to pack all your room or hotel. Pack smart, light and pack for different temperatures or microclimates is my own recommendation for Inca Trail travelers. Nevertheless; there are few things to know about how camping equipmet is transported along the Inca Trail hike.

What to Pack for Camping?


The so famous Dead Woman’s Pass is the highest summit of the Inca Trail which is at 4,215 meters above sea level and 13, 776 feet above sea level.



Many hikers come to do the expedition a little scared because the name gives fear; but no worries be happy. Here is the answer:

☺Of all the notable features along the way, the most talked about Inca Trail is WARMIWAÑUSCA” native Quechua word which means Dead Woman’s Pass. This naturally occurring feature is so named because when seen from the valley below Llullucha Pampa; its crests resemble the form of a woman’s supine body.



The importance of Inca Trail insurance. You will enjoy your adventure much better with the peace of mind that comes of knowing you have the right travel insurance cover in place should a mishap occur.

The travel insurance is very essential for any trips; but is more important when undertaking potentially risky activities such as hiking in remote areas where medical facilities may not be close at hand. Also, can be anything from stolen or lost luggage to a full helicopter rescue off a mount.

Hiking the Inca Trail you need to ensure that your travel insurance covers you for altitude. Most standart policies provide cover for trekking up to a max of 4,215 metres (The highest point of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu).

Happy Gringo Tours covers high altitude hikes only with tank of oxygen, walkie talkies, first aid kit and satelite phones.

Stay safe and informed, before, during and after your trip with our expert advice and flexible travel insurance.

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Happy Gringo Tours is your guide to explore the famous route to the wonder of the world. Thousands of outdoor  enthusiasts like you hike the legendary Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with us.

Join on our Andean hiking adventure to Machu Picchu. Following Marko Andinauta’s decorated Inca Trail map, discover amazing attractions and altitude everyday of the 4 day Inca Trail tour.

The great Inca Trail is one of the most spectacular hikes in Peru. Marko has created a detailed Inca Trail map to provide hikers to explore their way through this unforgetable trekking vacation to Machu Picchu.

See 4 day Inca Trail itinerary



Inca Trail Hike
The Inca Trail Map (Inca Trail guided hike with cooks and porters).



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12 Responses
  1. Anthony

    Hi Marko,

    Congratulations! Hope you are getting better with your knee. Inca trail is in my bicket list, after this pandemic i would to contact directly with you and would love to hike with Marko Andinauta. We are a group of friends who always travel together.

    Write me back when you get this message.


    1. Happytours2020

      Hello Anthony;

      Thanks for your message!

      Marko Andinauta has recovered successfully of his left knee. Great you want to join us to hike the inca trail! Fantastic, we will let you know when you can start booking your tour and organise to hike with Marko Andinauta. Your group will really enjoy ther Inca trail with us.

      Best wishes,

      Happy Gringo Team!

  2. Michael Dickerson

    Dear Marko,

    Great job champion! After reading your article i really want to experience your legendary inca trail to machu picchu with you.

    Take care and look after your knee. Otherwise, who is going to lead us to Machu Picchu.

    Have a good day!

  3. Thom Jhonson

    Hi Happy Gringo,

    How are you? I was reading your post about hiking the inca trail to Machu Picchu because l and my wife booked a tour for august for this year. I really want to appreciate you for this information and please whether you have more info about what to pack for the inca trail Trek. Send me please or update in this post🙏


  4. Ruben

    I did the Inca trail with. Happy Gringo tours multiple times. Highly recommended this local company to visit Machu Picchu specially with Marko Andinauta.

    1. Happytours2020

      Hi Ruben;

      Many thanks for your message and recommending Happy Gringo Tours!

      For sure, we are local company who operates the legedary Inca Trail and Marko Andinauta is one of our great guide.

      Best wishes,

  5. John

    Hi Happy Gringo Tours,

    Thanks for the information, i would love to do the 7 day inca trail to machu picchu. Can you send me please?


    1. Happytours2020

      Hi John,

      Many thanks for your message!

      The seven day inca trail is fantastic way to visit one of the seven wonders of the world. Of course, we will send all
      the information of the trek.


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