The availability of the Inca Trail is controlled by the Ministry of Culture in Peru, this is the only entity authorized to control access to the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu (According to Resolution No. 02-2.003-LU-CD). Access to the Inca Trail is limited to 500 entries per day, which means that only 500 people are authorized to enter each day, including tourists and staff (guides, porters, auxiliaries), approximately only 40% of the permits are granted to visitors and 60% to guides, porters and helpers.

The availability of permits for the Inca trail are being reserved quickly and many tend to run out of permits. If you are considering venturing out and doing the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, reserve your Inca Trail ticket as soon as possible so you can avoid the disappointment of not finding spaces available for the Inca Trail in Cusco – Peru.

Note: Keep in mind that the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is not available throughout the month of February due to maintenance and preservation work.
If you want to go through each step of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, this is the official page that offers you the possibility of checking the availability of the Inca Trail.

Important recommendations to keep in mind

We recommend you make a reservation for the Inca Trail at least 4 to 5 months in advance due to the high demand for this tour, the most famous in South America.

Avoid last minute hassles and don’t be left wanting to enjoy one of the best adventure tours in the world.
The availability of the Inca Trail that can be seen on this website is the same as that of other agencies, which is why if you do not find availability here.
The available spaces usually vary a lot in a matter of hours, so it is recommended to make the reservation as soon as possible, 4 to 5 months in advance, The available spaces are governed both for the Short Inca Trail of 2 days / 1 night and the Classic Inca Trail of 4 days / 3 nights.

The availability of the Inca Trail is governed only by him by the Ministry of Culture of Peru, only they are authorized to control and authorize access to the Inca Trail.

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