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PERU Trek Inca Trail Open Challenge

Trip Duration: 

10 Days

Trip Dates: 


  • Depart
    Return
 
  • 6 Oct 2017
    15 Oct 2017
  • 18 May 2018
    27 May 2018
  • 5 Oct 2018
    14 Oct 2018

Activities: 


 
Trekking, Charity Challenge

Accommodation: 


 
10 day trip, 4 day trek, 2 days acclimatisation walks, 3 nights camping, 6 nights hotel

Travel Cost Twin Share

USD$1990

non refundable registration fee

USD$90

options and supplements


 
Minimum Charity Donation/Fundraised
USD$400
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Grade: 

Introductory to Moderate

Trip Code: 

CIT
 
Local ladies weaving in Peru
Local ladies weaving in Peru
Trekkers on the Inca Trail, Peru
Trekkers on the Inca Trail, Peru
The ornate roof tops of Cusco, Peru
The ornate roof tops of Cusco, Peru
A trip to the markets is a must on all our trips in Peru to ensure you experience the local Quechuan people in their traditional dress.
A trip to the markets is a must on all our trips in Peru to ensure you experience the local Quechuan people in their traditional dress.
 
  • Set your sights on the enigmatic Machu Picchu, as well as time spent in the wonderful city of Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

    This classic trek along the historic Inca Trail is considered by many to be one of the great short treks of the world, and is a great introduction to trekking in the Andes. Importantly we spend ample time in Cusco and the Sacred Valley whilst acclimatising to the altitude before heading onto the trail. During the walk we experience a complete range of environs all in the space of four days. We ascend the jungle trails and cloud forest to appreciate the panorama of Andean peaks that would have inspired the Inca people as we make our way to Machu Picchu. Words cannot describe the exhilaration of first sighting these enigmatic ruins. Rather than heading back to Cusco we spend a night in Aguas Calientes, and this vitally gives us the opportunity to visit Machu Picchu at its best, in the early morning. Before and after the trek we have time to explore the Cusco we know so well, delving into a selection of Spanish taverns, cathedrals and colourful Quechua Indian markets.

  • Challenge Highlights

    • Raising vital funds for your charity
    • The splendor of Cusco with its churches, cathedrals, plazas, markets and cultural heritage
    • Walking in the beautiful Sacred Valley to view ancient Inca salt pans
    • Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu with dramatic mountain views
    • Visit Machu Picchu on two occasions and at the best times of day
    • 3 hearty meals a day on trek prepared by our cooks
    • Tourist train to/from Machu Picchu
Fund Raising Tip

The key is to tap into your different networks, friends, family and the broader community and to try different ways of fundraising. From running a BBQ day, to hosting a movie night in local cinema, or an afternoon tea or fun dinner event. We also have a Facebook group just for our team members. Here, people share ideas and feedback on their fundraising. Plus our fundraising booklet with many fundraising ideas and how to make these super duper effective

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