We are so happy to announce that tourism is back in Cusco and we are happily back in the mountains hiking to Machu Picchu again. On July 15, 2021, when the government opens the Inca Trail back up to tourists, we will officially be on every route we offer. Despite the government reducing the amount of permits available for the 4, 5 and 7 day Inca Trail treks, there are spaces available for the rest of 2021 and all of 2022. We are so excited to welcome everyone back to our wonderful country.
Preparing a trip in times of COVID requires special care, so here are some recommendations for your visit to Peru. Remember that, without these first requirements, your trip may be harmed.
Welcome to Peru! Now that you are in our country, we suggest you to follow all the protocols and respect the sanitary measures to facilitate your transit and ensure the welfare of all.
If you have any symptom related to Covid-19 or physical discomfort, you cannot go to the trek. Entry for passengers with body temperature higher than 38°C will not be allowed. You must contact us to reschedule your trek.
All 2021 AND 2022 Inca Trail Treks are open now for reservations.
Choose the best date based on your schedule. However, we encourage you to choose dates and book them if you plan to book during high season. This is because Inca Trail permits sell out quickly for the most popular dates as soon as the government releases permits. This is proving true even in 2021 with new protocols for travelers in Peru.
We will update this page with relevant information as often as needed with any new information that comes out from Peru’s government about travel in Peru.
The Peruvian State has decreed curfews. Depending on the level of risk in the region, this may vary, find out the hours allowed for transit here.
All treks and tours are open for reservations for 2021 and 2022. If you haven’t already rebooked your trek from when the Inca Trail was closed, please contact us so we can reserve a new date. You may reschedule anytime this year or next. Contact us for help with this.