Trekking in Peru is a life experience you’ll never forget! Our Peru Trekking tours will take you through the majestic Inca Trail and give you access to exclusive treks in Peru that only our local guides can show you.
There are many Peru treks to choose from, depending on the length of your trip and the places you’ll want to see. You can finish the iconic trail to Machu Picchu in 2 days or you can explore the Peruvian Andes for 4 days. You can even create your own itinerary and we’ll make sure you’re trekking Peru the way you always wanted to!
Choose From Our Peru Trekking Tours
Inca Trail 4 Days
This is the classic 4-day Inca Trail. Make sure you book it early since the permits sell out far in advance. It is one of the best Peru treks you’ll ever experience!
Royal Inca Trail 2 Days
In this short 2-day version of the Inca Trail, you do one day of trekking and then stay overnight in Aguas Calientes. On the second day, you visit Machu Picchu where you need Inca Trail permits to do this trek, so book far in advance.
Choquequirao & Machu Picchu
Spend an amazing 8 days in Peru! Visit its most important archeological sites: Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. Take an alternative route to Machu Picchu so you won’t have to wait for your Inca Trail permits. The trek is rather new and it is a great adventure that is different from what most people experience in Peru
Lares Trek 4 Days
The Lares Trail is a great 4-day trek that takes you through many small villages. You will enjoy many beautiful landscapes and snow-capped mountains. On the third night, you sleep in Aguas Calientes, and on the fourth day, you visit Machu Picchu.
On this 5-day Peru Trekking tours package, you will see even more impressive landscapes but not as many ruins as on the Inca Trail for $815 per person. On the fourth day, you arrive at Aguas Calientes, and you get to avoid the crowds when you visit Machu Picchu, Peru on the fifth day.
This is the classic 4 day Inca Trail. Make sure you book it early since the permits sell out far in advance. It is one of the best treks in the whole ...
The Royal Inca Trail is the short 2 days version of the Inca Trail. You do one day of trekking and then stay overnight in Aguas Calientes. On the second day you ...
This amazing 8 days trek goes to two of the most important archeological findings in Peru; Choquequirao and Machu Picchu. You will take an alternative route to Machu ...
The Lares trek is a great 4 day trek that takes you through many small villages and you will enjoy many beautiful landscapes and snow capped mountains. On the ...
The Salkantay trek is 5 days long and a great alternative to the Inca Trail. There are fewer tourists on this trek and the landscapes are even more ...
Best Treks in Peru
The best time for a Peruvian trek is between May and August when the weather is dry and sunny. The trails are not muddy and slippery so expect the crowds of tourists to swell at this time.
If you wanted to escape the crowds, trekking around Peru during the months of April to May and September to October is recommended. Book your treks in Peru far in advance to allow us time to process your permits and give you the best trekking experience!
Peru Hiking Trails
- Inca Trail
Things To Remember When Trekking Peru
It’s a good idea to book your Peru treks in advance with a reputable travel agency like Tailor Made Peru. When trekking in Peru, there are several things you need to keep in mind:
- Spend at least two days on a high-altitude area before you make your trek to let your body adjust to the change in air pressure.
- Don’t forget to wear sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat. Also, wear proper warm clothing. The nights may be cold, so it’s a good idea to wear long underwear.
What To Pack
Treks in Peru will surely take you into the heart of the Andean wilderness. So, it’s best that you prepare yourself mentally and physically, as well as keep yourself safe and warm. Here are a few things you should remember to pack before the trek:
- A good idea is to bring coca leaves for altitude sickness. These can be chewed or brewed like tea to relieve the symptoms, such as dizziness, headache, nausea, and general weakness.
- Bring wooden walking sticks to help you on your trek. Trekking poles with metal tips are not permitted.
- Stay hydrated. Carry a water bottle filled with distilled water or bring some Inca Kola with you.
Book A Tailor Made Trekking Holiday
Of course, your Peru holiday is more fun when you can choose how long you’ll stay, where to go, and what to do. Why not start with our personalized Peru Trekking tours? Call us or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us your preferred Peru treks. You can also fill out this form and we’ll make sure you will have the perfect holiday with us!