Yes, all our guides speak English and hold tourism degrees. They also speak Spanish and the local dialect of Quechua.
Are visitors to Machu Picchu also limited? Or can I buy a bus / train and entrance ticket on the day?
Yes, Machu Picchu is now limited to 2,500 visitors per day (not including Inca Trail). Please book in advance through Pachamama and we will be happy to take care [...]
There are several alternatives to the Inca Trail that end in Machupicchu or do not include Machupicchu. These are: Short 2 day Inca Trail Lares Valley 4 day trek [...]
Is it possible to enter the Inca Trail with different name than what I gave when booking the Inca Trail?
No, you need to carry your valid Passport to enter the Inca Trail. This information will be requested by us.
Since June 2002 trekking independently on the Inca Trail has been prohibited. Regulations state that persons need to register with an official agency to undertake the Inca Trail. The [...]
In general if you take regular exercise and spend a few days in Cusco acclimatizing to the altitude you shouldn't have any problem. We recommend that on arrival you [...]
In general our trekking groups are between 2 and 10 persons. However, if you are a large group we can certainly accommodate you, so dont worry. We have operated in [...]
It could get a little bit crowded, but with the regulations in place, you have enough space for everyone. Permits are sold out 6+ months in advance for high [...]