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#Inca Trail

Explore Peru's famous Inca Trail… in your slippers

Just because we aren’t travelling right now, doesn’t mean we can’t experience our big, beautiful world. Join one of our guides for a virtual walking tour of Peru’s famous Inca Trail.

by G Adventures

Take a hike: 8 of the world's greatest treks

These are no walks in the park. They’ll challenge you physically and engage you mentally, leaving you with an indelible impression of the richness of our planet.

by Daniel Sendecki

Peru's Top 5 Inca Sites

Sure, travellers from all over the world pilgrimage to the glorious Inca citadel of Machu Picchu; however, this feted site is just one of the Empire's many splendid achievements.

by Genevieve Hathaway

Instagrams of the Week: The Inca Trail

Memorable moments are plentiful on the Inca Trail’s four-day trek—and you can count on G Adventures travellers to capture the magic on Instagram.

by Mark Bonington

How Challenging is the Inca Trail?

While it may seem daunting, the Inca Trail isn’t the exclusive domain of experienced trekkers. With some energy and preparation, almost anyone can do it.

by Jason Allen

Making your own Inca Trail experience

Thinking about hiking the Inca Trail? (You should be if you’ve yet to.) With all its popularity there's information everywhere. We've got some suggestions to make your own journey up the Inca Trail a happier, more individual one.

by Jason Allen

Pics of the Week: The Inca Trail

What makes the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu so magical? Is it the feeling that with each step forward, you're actually going a little further back in time? Whatever the reason, it's the type of travel that most of us look for: the "bigger than us" moments.

by Sacha Mlynek