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how is the inca trail

The Inca Trail is a road made of stone very used in the Inca period and that was adapted to the geographical conditions of the area, allowed the communication of the Inca empire with the people who made up the Tahuantinsuyo, the Inca Trail is composed of steep, flat and narrow roads.

The most famous excursion and catalogued as the second best in the world is in Peru, the Inca Trail is offered to thousands of tourists through a 4-day Inca Trail tour, the most commercial and ideal, and the 2-day Inca Trail, which is less crowded but does not take away the magic of the Inca Trail. Both excursions are carried out through travel agencies, it cannot be done independently or without a travel agency because it is a regulation established by the Ministry of Culture.

The Inca trail that leads to Machupicchu is an Inca stretch that passes through the archaeological sites that make up the archaeological park of Machupicchu such as: Llactapata, Sayacmarca, Wiñayhuayna, Phuyupatamarca and Runkuraqay reaching maximum altitudes of 4215 m.a.s.l. and minimum altitudes of 2040 m.a.s.l.

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View of the Inca road leading to the wonder of the world Machupicchu

how is the inca trail summary

The Inca trail is a path made of stone that served for communication between villages and allowed the administrative, economic, social, religious and military development in Inca times.

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