A living a story of the past
We got a briefing about our trek the day before departure,it was great to get a preview of our itinerary for the next day and what we should for sure take with us.
The first day it was quite long but due ti the constance support of our guide we were hiding not thinking to return back on a ... Continue Reading
Humor Guide Made Trek Memorable and Fun
The trek was great at teaching me about the nature and ways of the Andean people.The tour guide spoke excellent espanol y English. He also taught about the importance of respect each other and people we met on the trail, as well as, nature.
I would recommend the Inca Trail Reservation for my friends, especially my tour guide ... Continue Reading
The trek was not easy but the guides were always in good spirits and kept us laughing and having a good time! We bonded as a group and had an unforgettable time. All the beautiful sights were complement by copious delicious food along the way.
Oh, and getting woken up with a cup of tea delivered to your tent ... Continue Reading
My Salkantay birthday adventure
I started the Salkantay adventure on my birthday and it was epic ! Our guide and the entire service was excellent. They were friendly, attentive, informative; the food was excellent and I even got a cake ! Everyday was incredible and at the same time challenging but so worth it.
The trails never had too many people and got ... Continue Reading
It’s a no brainer
An adventure of a lifetime. That's what we expected when we signed up. And that's what we received. It was an awesome experience. A forever memory. I can't wait to get home and tell my story. I have it in pictures, but better in my memory. Pictures don't do it justice.
The tour staff were excellent. It was ... Continue Reading
First Andes trek
I had heard about this trek from a friend of mine who had done this trip several years ago. She really enjoyed the Salkantay trek and highly recommended Inca Trail Reservations / Salkantay.Org. We picked the 8 day package and were helped online and by phone by Mabel who got us lined up very efficiently.
Our guide was Carlos ... Continue Reading
My trek to Machu Picchu
My first trip to Peru was epic. Cuzco was awesome; a bit of culture mixed with a ton of charm. We walked around in the friendly streets seeking out new things for our senses, colors and textures sweet smells and sounds of happy people everywhere. After a few days of acclimating to thin but clean and refreshing mountain air we ... Continue Reading
A good time was had by all
Our guide Carlos provided an excellent tour incorporating both his knowledge of the local vegetation and geography and native language. He was also passionate and knowledgeable of Incan tradition and religion which was willing to share. His English was excellent and we had many good laughs around the meal tables.
The support staff including the horseman and two cooks ... Continue Reading
If a gringa can do it …
This was the experience of a lifetime ! I decided to do the trek with my dad and it's a trip we'll remember for the rest of our lives. From high snowy peaks to cloud rainforest full of luscious vegetation and delicious meals, this trip had it all.
Carlos was knowledgeable about the fauna and Inca history, as well ... Continue Reading
Un reve de plus
On ne sait jamais ... Maintenant, je sais ! Accompagnee par Inca Trail Reservations - Salkantay.org, je suis a la veille de decouvrir le Machu Picchu,avec hâte... Depuis notre depart, pour le treck salcantay, ce n'est qu'enchantement..
Nous beneficions d'un suivi ou les attentions de notre guide, des cuisiniers ,des porteurs nous font oublier que nous venons d'acceder a ... Continue Reading
Bonjour, I hiked this with mon Cherie from France. The "comida" was an experience par excellance, although we spent more money on potable water than on cooked snails, soufflé and commemorative t-shirts combined.
Our group was nice and petit, which was a distinct positive given that after 4 days sleeping in the Horseshit Field of Dreams and encountering more ... Continue Reading
Hipster hikers and learning to pack
Leave all hope for a solitary walk through the jungles and ancient ruins in whatever Belgian university cafe you first planned this trip in. It was arduous but not incredibly so; I saw a grown man hike for 5 days wearing ball-tight skinny jeans just large enough for his "equipment" and a pack of Lucky Strike Menthols.
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Backpacks and blisters
Sleeping bags. Hiking boots. Tents. No showers. If these are things you aren't used to then this is probably not the trek for you. I have never slept in a sleeping bag and have never not showered for four days but the trek on the Salkantay trail was one of the most rewarding adventures that I have ever been on.
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I very much enjoyed the trek. A great group and a great guide ! The uphill on the second day was a killer, but worth it at the top - a most spectacular view !
The different scenery we walked through was beautiful and our knowledgeable guide made it all the better by informing us about the flora and ... Continue Reading