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Inca Trail Permits And Regulations

Availability information shown here corresponds to the four days trek.

If permits for your desired date are Sold Out, you can always make a reservation for next year or consider the Short Inca Trail or the Salkantay Trek as the best alternatives to get to Machu Picchu.

The maximum number of Inca Trail permits is 500. The support staff is included within the five hundred, meaning that about 200 permits are allocated for tourists and about 300 for cooks, porters, and guides each day. Inca Trail permit availability shown herein is directly provided by the Peruvian Government. Inca Trail Reservations tries to provide information that is true and accurate, however, we give no assurance or warranty regarding the accuracy of information provided by a third party. Inca Trail Reservations accepts no responsibility for and excludes all liability for errors or inaccuracies. Inca Trail Reservations makes its best effort to secure permits for our customers, however, permits are sold by the Government on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The following hiking tours arrive at Machu Picchu and include the necessary trekking permit: Inca Trail Tours

Availability Online Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2024

Note: Inca trail Availability is displayed in real-time. First, you must choose the Archaeological Center, followed by the date of your visit. The number shown per day is the number of places available on the selected date. “0” means that there is no longer any space available.


Every year during the closed month of February, the entities responsible for the administration of the Inca Trail which leads to Machu Picchu are in charge of developing works of maintenance for ensuring the safety of hikers, as well as the well-being of the trail itself.

So cleaning the beautiful paths and places along, treating the damaged floors, arrangement of terraces, maintaining camping areas, cutting vegetation, and other kinds of activities needed to make it ready and suitable for the Inca Trail to reopen in March are held every year in February.

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Inca Trail Availability 2024

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu will be closed in February by the provision of the Ministry of Culture because maintenance, conservation, and cleaning work will be carried out. The Permits for Inca Trail 2023 will be enabled as of October 2024. All Inca Trail Tour Operators can get the permits between March to December 2023. 100% of the total capacity will be available.

The Availability mentioned below is for all Inca trail treks to Machu Picchu, you can choose the best date that fits in your traveling schedule since we have daily departures, we only need two people as a minimum to depart and if you are a single traveler contact us and we will be able to accommodate you with one of our set groups.


In this video, we’ll be taking a look at one of the most popular hiking trails in the world – the Inca Trail!
The Inca Trail is a world-famous hiking trail that leads to the lost city of Machu Picchu in Peru. The trail is about 26 miles (42 kilometers) long, and it takes four days to hike from start to finish.

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Video

If you’re planning on hiking the Inca Trail, it’s important to have a good map. There are plenty of resources available online and in stores, but we’ve found that the best way to get a feel for the trail is to use an Inca Trail hikers map.
This map was created by an Alpaca Expeditions hiker who has completed the trail and provides detailed information on the different sections of the trail. It also includes recommendations on where to stop along the way and what to see.