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When to Travel High Season (June – August): Dry season in the Andean highlands. Best time for dry conditions for hiking in the Sacred Valley and on Inca Trail. Shoulder Season (September-November and March-May): Occasional rainstorms Trails are less crowded, making for ideal visits with more solitude. Low Season (December to February): Rainy season. Expect persistent daily rains. The Inca Trail is closed in February for trail maintenance and campsite clean up.

UNESCO World Heritage “living” Inca site recognized as the last Inca stronghold against the Spanish Conquistadors

How to get there

International flights arrive into Lima Peru (LIM) with interconnecting domestic flights to Cusco Peru (CUZ)

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