INCA TRAIL MACHU PICCHU

Inca Trail Machu Picchu 5D

Inca trail to Machu Picchu 4 D

Inca trail to Machu Picchu 2D

Salkantay Inca Trail 7 D

Inca Jungle Trail Machu Picchu 4D

Inca Jungle 3 D

Inca Trail Mauqallaqta 2 D

Inca Trail Tips

 ALTERNATIVES TREKS

Salkantay to Machupicchu 5 D

Choquequirao 4 D

Choquequirao - Machu Picchu 8d

Ausangate 7 D

Ausangate 4 D

Lares Valley 4 D

Huchuyqosqo 2 D

TRADITIONAL TOURS

City Tour Cusco

Sacred Valley

South Valley

Maras Moray

Machu Picchu by Train 1 day

Machu Picchu by Car 2 D
Machu Picchu by Train 2
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ADVENTURE SPORTS

Rafting

Paraglading
Bikking

PUNO TRAVEL

Puno and Titicaca Lake 3 D

Titicaca Lake 2 D

Puno 1 day

AREQUIPA TREKKING

Colca Canyon 2 D

Colca Canyon 3 D

Petroglifos 1 day

 

 

 

Inca Trail: Temperature On The Inca Trail



Cusco has a temperate climate with year round temperatures fluctuating between 14 - 16C, with warm days and cold nights. The rainy season in Cusco is from December to March.
Machu Picchu has a semi-tropical climate, with warm and humid days and cold nights.
The rainy season in Machu Picchu is from November to March, so be prepared.
The wet months are January to April, when roads are often closed by landslides or flooding.
The best months for visiting Machu Picchu are from April to October. The Inca Trail begins on a zone called "Quechua": This zone is between 2300 - 3500 m (7,500-11,500 ft) and its weather is temperate and dry with temperatures that range from 0 -21C (32 -70F). The rainy season is from December to March. The rest of the year is dry or even parched from May through September. This region is widely cultivated and essentially, there is no natural plants left. Above Wayllabamba, there's the zone called "Suni" or "Jalca": This is the zone between 3500 - 4000 m (11,500 - 13,000 ft). There is still some agriculture possible at this altitude. Above that lies the "Puna" which is a zone from 4000 - 4800 m (13,000 - 15,750 ft). Its weather is very
cold with frequent frost. It is mostly grassland with a type of grass called "Ichu" and the area
is used for grazing camelids like Llamas and Alpacas.  Going down from the "Puna" through the "Suni" is the "Yunga Fluvial": which are inter-Andean valleys on the east of the Andes between 1000 - 2300 m (7,500 - 3,300 ft). These valleys have a moderate, moist climate and abundant vegetation.

 

 

Weather on the Inca Trail

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Maximum Temperature C

19

19

19

20

20

20

19

20

20

21

21

21

Minimum Temperature C

7

7

6

5

3

0

0

2

4

6

6

6

Rainy Days approx.

18

13

11

8

3

2

2

2

7

8

12

16


 

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PERU TRAVEL

Nazca 1 day

Ica and Huacachina 2 D

JUNGLE TRIPS

Manu Nature Tour

Manu Ecological

Manu Bio - Station 8 D

Manu National park 8 D

Manu Rafting 7 D

Manu Cultural 4 D

Manu Exploring  4 D

Manu Exploring  3 D

Bird Watching Program 11 D

Tambopata Ecological Tours

About Tambopata

Misterious Sandoval Lake 3 D

Spectacular Forest 4 D

Macaw Claylick 3 D

Macaw Clay Lick / Sandoval Lake 4 D

Collpacolorado - Sena Peru - Bolivia 8 D

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Cusco and its Charm 5 D

Tours Arranged by yourself

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