We strongly recommend you to -Act NOW with your online bookings for NOVEMBER, DECEMBER 2017 and 2018 -We are now taking bookings for trek departures in 2018.
We have been informed by the government that Inca Trail Trek Permits for departures in 2018 will go on sale in early October. (Last year trek permits for some dates in April, May and June sold out within a few hours so you must book much earlier this year). Please try to book before the end of September if possible to avoid disappointment. (Permits are so limited every year... we recommend you to book (9-7 months in advance)
The Inka Trail to Machu Picchu will be closed the month of February by disposition of the Ministry of Culture, because maintenance, upkeep and cleaning will be performed. The entrance to the Inca Trail will be re-enabled from March 1.
In this section you can check the availability of the trail provided by the Ministry of Culture. Here some information should take into account:
Note: Availability is displayed in real time. First you must choose the Tour, followed by the month and year of your visit. The number shown per day is the number of available places to the selected date. “0” means that there is no longer any available space.
This information is provided courtesy of the Regional Directorate of Culture of Cusco.
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