by:, United States -
April 01, 2017
Hiking to Dead Woman's Pass is slow going. The coca tea wake up calls at 5 am were great.
The tents are new and spacious and the first night it rained the entire time. All the equipment and two 6 feet men fit inside very comfortable inside. The guides are humorous and patient with stragglers.
The first day is really a training day. It let the guides know who would need more assistance withe the hike. Day two you hit almost 14k feet. AWESOME!!!! Day three down hill and day four Machu Picchu. Make sure to stay the night at Aguias Calientes to rest up and see Huaynapicchu the following day
Review of : Inca Trail 4 days / 3 nights