Inca Trail Peru


Inca Trail Peru Reservations
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Edition 2010 -  Camino Inca

 

 


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Inca Trail Tourist Information

NECESSARY EQUIPMENT:
Tent, sleeping bag, torch, gas cooker, plastic ponchos, matches, a saucepan, water (there are a few creeks along the trail so purification tablets are recommended), light-weight shoes and boots, a
hat, a set of clothes, a pocket knife, spoons and food. If you are
travelling with a tour company it is their responsability to provide the
necessary equipment and meals.
 

WE RECOMMEND YOU TO:

- Use boots during treks and sneakers during long walks.
- Drinking lots of liquids on long excursions, specially during the Inca Trail
- Always taking an umbrella or rainwear.
 

YOU SHOULD BRING:

- Personal sleeping bag and mattress
- Back pack, trekking shoes
- Water bottle, flash light, hat
- Personal clothing for trek
- Insect repellent
- Water treating tablets/liquids

 

Essential are walking boots (and I mean boots, no track or basketball substitutes as the trail sometimes is slippery and your feet and legs will be tired), warm and weatherproof cloth (like 2 synthetic underwear/shirt, a skiingshirt, a sweater and a Goretex-Jacket), thin and thick socks (I always wear a thin sock and then over it a hicking sock, both cotton and both preworn, not fresh from the store or the washing) and a cap or hat. You won't necessarily need lipstick, but sunprotection and something against mosquitos you become handy.

A good, comfortable backpack with hipbelt and rainproof cover. Good sleeping bag. Water treating tablets/liquids. Some first aid stuff, toilet paper, a flashlight, Leatherman or Swiss Army knife. Camera (UVA/UVB filter for lens), spotting glasses Films 400ASA speed.

Everything you don't need should be left behind. Many hostels and hotels in Cuzco will let you leave stuff with them.

REMEMBER : Your pack will already be uncomfortably heavy with just the essentials.

NOTE: Our Private Inca trail hikes include porters for your personal items and drinking water too

 
 
 
 
 

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