INCA TRAIL AVAILABILITY 2017
We known how important is to known the Inca Trail availability is in order to plan your next trip to Peru and of course hike to Machu Picchu
Please click on the month below and check the availability of the Inca trail permit for your desired date.
The important thing is to secure your permit to enter the Inca Trail that is why we recommend that you wait until you have a permit to make your airline reservations.Also you can make decisions regarding staying extra nights, equipment rental or dietary restrictions once we have your permit in hand
INCA TRAIL 2 Days / 1 Night , we have availability always!!!
THE SHORT INCA TRAIL SPOTS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE, BECAUSE FROM THIS YEAR , THE CULTURE MINISTERY CREATED A NEW BOOKING PLATFORM, DIFFERENT OF THE CLASSICAL INCA TRAIL 4D/3N ; WHERE ONLY AUTHORIZED AGENCIES CAN OPERATE.
Availability is exclusively controlled by the Peruvian authorities so there is no flexibility. The same availability rules apply to every agency in Peru.
There is no such thing as a WAITLIST / CANCELLATION LIST. If any agency tells you that they can do this, they are simply not telling the truth and are tried to rip you off.If a tourist cancels their space is not given to anyone else.
The entire month of April,May and June are always sold out in the first few hours when permits get on sale. So if you are planning to hike the Inca Trail during those months we highly recommend you to send your personal information and the tour deposit as soon as you can.
Please be aware that once we have your permit to enter the Inca Trail in your name, it is 100% non-refundable and non-transferable. The Peruvian government does not allow for any changes at all to names or dates.
We highly recommend that you book your Inca Trail permit on a day with more than 160 available spaces. Otherwise, you may not be able to camp in Wiñay Wayna campsite. Wiñay Wayna is one of the campsites on the Inca Trail nearest to Machu Picchu. Camping at Wiñay Wayna will allow you to arrive at Machu Picchu in time to witness sunrise on the last day of the Inca Trail.