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Peru offers travelers and vacation goers an extraordinary array of experiences ranging from historical sites to geographical locations, and delicious cuisines. Located within South America’s beautiful west coast, the country is rich in ancient cultural histories, manmade wonders, and natural attractions that attract people from all over the world.

Being home to the ancient Inca civilization and having one of the best landscapes in the world, travelers are always on the lookout for the best Peru Travel Packages. Tour Leaders Peru, a premier world-class travel and ecotourism agency in Peru, provides Peru tour packages, experiences, and magical places – all in one service – for travelers who dream of visiting Peru for an exciting tourism experience.

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There are numerous Peru travel, tours, and vacation packages ranging from the adventure-filled Inca Trail to Machu Picchu down to the enigmatic Machu Picchu Tours by Train, the Cusco Tours, Lima Tours, Amazon Tours Peru, and many others.

At Tour Leaders Peru, we tailor all our travel, tour, and vacation packages to your unique requirements. We allow you to book our customizable multi-city trips and tours in a few seconds. 


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I have always wanted to see Machu Picchu and when the opportunity came, I didn’t want to pass. My friends and I did the Salkantay Trek with Odon as our main guide and he was just so passionate about telling us the history and the culture behind Machu Picchu. Odon took care of us like we were his children haha, he helped us adjust or feel better with altitude sickness.
We, unfortunately, didn't get to travel with Tour Leaders Peru because of Covid-19. We had to cancel our May tour and postpone our vacation until further notice. We had paid a deposit and Natalie and the team worked diligently with the government to refund our trip. We are…
We had a great tour of With Tour Guide Aldo (he's great): Cusco, Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, Machu Picchu. Jose was always there, attentive, hiking in front, back, side, showing us extra ruins on side trails. It was great! For the Amazon, we switched to great naturalist and super birder Jose Antonio and hiked and birded in Manu National Park.
If you’d like hiking to see the stunning view at Salkantay lake and one of the seven worlds wonders Machu Picchu while having someone to set your tent and cook your fresh gourmet Peruvian dinners every night, then you have to sign up with Tour leaders Peru. Their tour guide is very fun, friendly, and knowledgeable. Their REI equipment is new and up to date.
We just got home safely from Peru. We saw the Sacred Valley, hiked the 26 mile Inca Trail for 4 days from 8,000 to 13,800 feet to see the ancient stunning Machu Picchu, learned about Incas, went to the exciting Amazon Rain Forest to see Macaw birds in the wild, shopped at San Pedro’s Market in Cusco, celebrated New Year’s Eve in yellow hats in Cusco...


This tour is celebrated as one of the world’s most famous treks and is highly sought after by hikers and tourists from across the globe. The tour is graced with majestic mountain scenery, lush cloud forests, and subtropical jungles. The perfect hiking experience in Peru that’ll take you to one of the world’s most searched tourist attractions is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Machu Picchu.

Classic Inca Trail 4 days

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Total Distance: 26 miles/23 km                    Elevation: 4,200m/13,779ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required

Inca Trail 5 days

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Total Distance: 26 miles/23 km                    Elevation: 4,200m/13,779ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required

Salkantay & Inca Trail 7 days

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Total Distance: 46.7 miles/75 km                    Elevation: 4,821m/15,817ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required

Lares Trek & Short Inca Trail 4 days

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Total Distance: 29.3 miles/47km                    Elevation: 4,700m/15419ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required

Short  Inca Trail 2 days With Hotel

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Total Distance: 10 miles/16 km                    Elevation: 2700/8858ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required


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Machu PicchuTrain ToursFrom Cusco

Machu Picchu is one of the rarest wonders of the world and is highly coveted by history lovers and travel enthusiasts. The place, discovered in 1911, is a citadel perched high on a mountain and was the center of worship for the Incas. The site, which also served as an astronomical observatory, is filled with temples, tombs, and other structures that’ll make your tour a worthy one.

To ensure you get a stress-free and exciting tour of the mountain, we offer a Machu Picchu Tours by train package. This tour is a time-saving and non-stressful way to enjoy the sceneries of the road to Machu Picchu right from the comfort of a train.

Machu Picchu Train Tours

2 Day Machu Picchu By Train



PRICE: From $499

SERVICE: All Inclusive

3 Days Machu Picchu by Train

3 DAY TOUR Machu Picchu by Train.



PRICE: $799

SERVICE: All Inclusive


11 Days Lima Tour LUXURY PERU TRIP.



PRICE: $3099 Per Person

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Classic Lima ToursNazca Lines, Huacachina, Paracas, Machu Picchu

Lima is a large busy city situated on the Pacific Ocean. The area is another UNESCO World Heritage site known for its beautiful pre-Hispanic and colonial architecture.

The city’s upscale suburb of Miraflores has many high-rise modern buildings, hotels, and restaurants where tourists can stay while they enjoy Peru tour packages. Our Lima tours include the Nazca Lines flight tour and a tour of the Huacachina oasis.

Lares Trek 4 days 

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Total Distance: 26 miles/23 km                    Elevation: 4,200m/13,779ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required

Inca Trail 5 days

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Total Distance: 26 miles/23 km                    Elevation: 4,200m/13,779ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required

Lares Trek & Short Inca Trail 4 days

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Total Distance: 29.3 miles/47km                    Elevation: 4,700m/15419ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required


The Amazon Jungle is another favorite place where tourists tour in Peru. Amazon tours are exceptional and will expose you to different parts of the jungle.

Amazon jungle tours are highly sought after by tourists from across the world. Our Amazon Tours Peru includes the Manu National Park and Puerto Maldonado and promises to be the best.

Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

4 Days Amazon Manu Tour.



PRICE: From $1,199

SERVICE: All Inclusive

Manu 6 Days

6 DAY TOUR Manu N. Park Peru



PRICE: $99,00

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PRICE: $799 Per Person

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Inca Imperial Cusco ToursPackages

This is part of our Peru Travel Packages, Cusco is a magical city with a rich archaeological legacy, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the capital of the Inca Empire. The walled city is colorful and beautiful and attracts tourists from across the world.

From the city’s churches to the restaurants, bars, shops, markets, and every Inca relic you’ll encounter on your walk through the city, this tour is one you should experience. Our Cusco tours include a tour of the city, the sacred valley, and the rainbow mountain.

Choquequirao Trek 5 days

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Total Distance: 35 miles APROX/34 km        Elevation: 3,300m/10826.77ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Challenging
Choquequirao: Permit required

Choquequirao – Machu Picchu 8D/7N

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Total Distance: 26 miles/23 km                    Elevation:
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Challenging
Choquequirao: Permit required

Salkantay & Inca Trail 7 days

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Total Distance: 46.7 miles/75 km                    Elevation: 4,821m/15,817ft.
Good For: Hikers
Difficulty: Quite challenging
Inca Trail: Permit required



Is the Inca Trail worth it?

The Inca Trail hike to Machu Picchu starts at KM 82 checkpoint and leads high up into the mountains passing the Inca ruins of Llactapata, Runkurakay, Sayacmarca, Phuyupatamarca, and Winay Wayna before arriving at Machu Picchu early in the morning on the 4th day of the trek. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu really is a beautiful trek. And we hope that with a little advice and planning it turns out to be an incredible and unforgettable experience. Good luck and happy trekking!

The Inca Trail Route Flora & Fauna

Over 250 species of orchids have been counting on the Machu Picchu Historic Sanctuary. As well as numerous rare birds, animals, reptiles.  Including several species are considering to be in danger of extinction. In order to complete the Inca Trail.  You need to have a reasonable level of fitness. Age shouldn’t be a barrier.

The most important thing is to be very well acclimatized in Cusco for altitude sickness. The maximum height above sea level along the way is 4200m. So we advise anyone coming from the coast to spend at least 2 days in Cusco. Before attempting the trek. This period is ideal for visiting the city of Cusco, the nearby ruins of Sacsayhuaman, and the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Incas.


How to Get your Inca Trail Ticket?

Inca Trail Hike to Machu. It is VERY IMPORTANT TO BOOK MONTHS IN ADVANCE. Trek permits for the Inca Trail are limited to 200 Tourists and 300 Peruvian support staff. This includes Tour Leaders, porters, and cooks (500 total permits per day). Trek permits for next year have already sold out. Please try to book as early as possible.

Why You should Hike in Peru With Tour Leaders Peru?

Tour Leaders Peru Adventure is an independent local tour company to The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Hike. Aimed at helping visitors to decide whether the Inca Trail is the trek for them. Although there are literally thousands of kilometers of “Inca Trails” throughout Peru and South America. This tour concentrates on the Classic 4-day Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu and Short Inca trail 2day 1 night.



How much it actually cost to hike the Inca trail to Machu Picchu?

The price tag for hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu depends largely on the tour company, package, and guide you choose. Here are some of the general costs, plus actual specifics from our own recent treks on 2021.

Doing the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu independently is not an option. The Peruvian government limits the number of hikers on the trails each day. Everyone must have a permit and be accompanied by a licensed guide. And yes, through a series of checkpoints on the trail, they actually enforce it.

The general cost for the Inca Trail trek: $600

On average, the classic Inca Trail hike costs around $600/person (this generally includes transportation to the trailhead from Cusco, a guide, porters, three meals a day, hiking permits, entry to Machu Picchu, and tents). You can find it even cheaper.

But besides the advertised sticker price, there are a few other things to consider when choosing a tour company: How many hikers are in each group? How often and how much food is provided during the trek? And finally, what’s the reputation for the company’s treatment of its porters?


Even though we tend to focus on budget traveling, it’s good to remember that sometimes the cheapest option isn’t always the best option. Cheaper companies for the Inca Trail often have larger groups (15-25 people), provide smaller meals, and/or no snacks.

Some even have a bad reputation for inadequately providing their porters (i.e. lacking rain ponchos, jackets, or even proper hiking shoes). I was surprised by how many people online included snacks as a necessary item to pack and bring along because some companies don’t provide enough food pro by other companies.

How hard is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

Hiking the Inca Trail is an experience that should inspire excitement, invoke a little bit of fear, stoke jealousy amongst your friends, and stir a sense of wonder in your soul.

One of the most popular things to do in South America – and one of the world’s most famous hikes – the Inca Trail is the sort of singular adventure for which we all travel.

How IS The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu?

The hike itself, which brings you along ancient narrow paths deep into the Peruvian countryside and high into the Andean mountains, is gorgeous; perfect Incan ruins, cloud forest, and majestic valley views laid out like breadcrumbs along the way to perhaps the greatest end-point of any multi-day hike on earth, the iconic Machu Picchu.

After our own hike, we wanted to share our hard-earned insights, advice, and tips to help you plan and prepare for your own successful Trail experience – all neatly whittled down into this comprehensive guide.

Low and High Season

So, whether you’re heading there in high or low season and want to understand the camping and accommodation situation better, have no idea what to pack or how to get a permit, are worrying about whether you’re fit enough, will get altitude sickness, or if it’s too late to book a spot on a tour.

Then this post will provide you with all the necessary information answers from experienced fellow travelers (and, we hope, quite a bit of excitement and inspiration for the hike itself!).

Ready? Here’s everything you need to know before doing the Inca Trail hike.

Are there toilets on the Inca Trail?

This is where the bad news begins. Inca Trail toilets are not the most hygienic, clean or private affairs. You’ll be lucky if your toilet has a lock. On the first day the toilets are usually fairly decent and clean. However, as you venture further along the trail the quality rapidly decreases.

Our Inca Trail toilets – Portable option

As a tour operator, the best option on the Inca Trail is to hire a tour company that provides a portable toilet all the way up. These are known as ‘toilet tents’.

Although not as common, this is probably one of the most important things we would recommend when deciding on what tour operator to use.

You’ll probably have to book with a western operator and it may cost slightly more, but it’s definitely worth it! The toilet tent is carried up with you by porters.

Our Toilet sit and tent are clean and only used by your group. You’ll be able to sit on a toilet drum within the privacy of a tent, and if there are any issues, we will solve them immediately.

When to book the Inca Trail trek 4 days?

The government has strictly limited the number of people permitted on the Inca Trail (permits are issued to about 200 trekkers per day plus 300 porters this 500 permits include 4 days inca trail). We recommend that you make a trek booking as early as posible we recommend 4 months in advance.

It is recommended to book the tour inca trail to Machu Picchu 2 days in advance, before booking flight tickets and hotels, because there are limited spots to reservation for Inca trail at INC and PERU RAIL (train Tickets).

How Many Miles is The Inca Trail from km 82?

We’ve outlined our own route on the Inca Trail below and, in broad terms, this is the sort of itinerary you can expect (note that this relates solely to the days spent on the hike, not the days of traveling to/from Cusco and Ollantaytambo):

Day One: Travel from Ollantaytambo to km.82 in the morning and hike to the campsite

Distance | Approx. 6.8 miles/ 11 km

Elevation Gain | 350 meters

Difficulty | Moderate, with a steep tiring section towards the end.

Day Two: Early rise to hike through cloud forest and up to Dead Woman’s Pass and the descent to campsite

Distance | Approx. 7.5 miles/ 12km

Elevation Gain | 1,115 metres

Difficulty | High, this is the hardest day of walking but after you reach DWP, it’s mostly downhill.

Day Three: Early rise to hike the most photogenic section of the Trail

Distance | Approx. 9.6 miles/ 15.5km

Elevation Gain | Minus 1,000 metres

Difficulty | Moderate to a little difficult as there are several steep sections.

Day Four: Very early rise (3 a.m.) to reach the entry check-point and hike 1-2 hours to the Sun Gate and Machu Picchu.

Distance | Approx. 3.1 miles/ 5 km

Difficulty | You’re almost at the end and Machu Picchu, you should be hopping, skipping, and jumping all the way there!

Best time to hike the Inca Trail

Towards the end of February is the wettest month in the Andes. The Inca Trail, as well as several other national parks in Peru, is closed throughout the month for essential maintenance. Machu Picchu remains open at this time. The trail reopens in March, though the highlands are still rainy through into

Early April.May and October

are the best times to trek the Inca Trail as permits may sell out slightly less fast as in the peak months, plus it’s dry and warmer than June, July, and August. The Festival of the Sun (Inti Raymi) takes place towards the end of June and cities, such as Cuzco, always get busier with local crowds heading towards Machu Picchu.

Peru’s national vacation at the end of July is also a peak time for Peruvians to tackle the Inca Trail or visit Machu Picchu by train. The dry conditions prove popular with vacation makers all the way through August and

Into September.By November

the rainy season is starting up again in earnest. However, you still might get some solid trekking conditions with nothing like the crowds of the summer – and you won’t need to secure your pass quite as far in advance.

December is wet and attracts crowds over the vacations with accommodation and flight prices rising, despite the weather. Things ease off again in January – which is wet but without the vacation crowds.

Machu Picchu Hike Difficulty

First, the numbers: if you tackle the classic four-day Inca Trail you’ll have 24-26 miles to trek (depending on which trailhead you set out from), over 2,000 meters to haul yourself up and level yourself down, and over 3,000 steps to deal with in total.

In terms of fitness and technical challenge, this is considered to be a trek of moderate difficulty. The effort required, though, isn’t evenly distributed across the four days.

Dead Woman Pass

Rather, the greatest lung-bursting effort is front-loaded into the first day and a half. The high point, Dead Woman’s Pass, is – at 4,198 meters – definitely the toughest of the three passes, both in terms of the potential effects of altitude and the sharpness of the elevation gain.

There are, however, a number of campsites on the way to this first pass, and some groups opt to make the second day easier by staying at the highest campsite on the first night. 

Due to Coronavirus Inca Trail Tickets can be Changed

Peruvian authorities are allowing visitors to change their Machu Picchu entry tickets. And tour operators can change Inca Trail permits.

I’ve included a link to see information about the new rules at Machu Picchu, a link to the new Machu Picchu website, and other tips to help you navigate your way through the process of canceling or changing your trip to Peru.


This is an unprecedented opportunity to perhaps salvage some of your expenses if you canceled a trip to Machu Picchu. The borders of Peru are closed and train service to Machu Picchu is suspended since March 17, 2020, to limit the spread of Covid19.

The Peru government has extended the border closing now until October 30, 2020. However, they announced that international flights to Peru will resume on January 1, 2021.


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Travel to Peru and experience ancient ruins, ancient traditions, and ancient jungle! Plan your Peru tour to trek the Inca Trail, wander the charming Cusco markets, and explore the steamy Amazon rainforest. If Machu Picchu tours sound too arduous on foot, no problem! Machu Picchu travel can also be done by train.

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