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WHAT TO BRING AND WHAT WE PROVIDE FOR YOUR INCA TRAIL


The traveller should limit the weight of his belongings he wishes to carry with him in order to be comfortable during the trek. If he decides to use the services of a travel agency, they will make sure he is supplied with the equipment that he needs. The agencies will supply all the required equipment, except sleeping bags. It is necessary that you bring the following:

Clothing
  • At least two changes of winter clothing, as well as a pair of shorts and T-shirts to use during the day.
  • At nighttime you will need a woollen cap, a woollen scarf, knitted woollen socks, warm gloves, a warm sweater and a thick down jacket, as well as a raincoat in case it rains.

  • Broken-in hiking boots, sneakers or similar.

  • Long-legged pants and long-sleeved shirts.
  • T-shirts.

  • Sweaters and a thick jacket.

  • A raincoat during the wet or rainy period.

  • Gloves, scarf, woollen socks and a hat or cap.
Foodstuffs partially provided by the operator
  • Food: Non-perishable, easy-to-carry and easy to cook.

  • Canteen or bottled water.

  • Chocolate, sweets, dried fruits.

  • Some alcoholic drink for the cold dawns (the trail is crossed by many small streams, we recommend to bring water-purifying tablets).

  • Gas camping stove.

  • Cooking-pots, plates, cups, knives, forks, spoons and garbage bags.

Gear and other stuff partially provided by the operator
  • Insect repellent and sun screen crème.

  • Backpack or light carrying bag.

  • Sleeping bag.

  • Light or hard foam mattresses.

  • Tent.

  • Torches or flashlights with spare batteries and bulbs.

  • Matches.

  • Candles.

  • Pocketknife.

  • Still or video camera with spare rolls and batteries.
Personal hygiene articles partially provided by the operator
  • Soap.

  • Shampoo.

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste.

  • Towel.

  • Lip chap-sticks.

  • Medicine for altitude sickness and stomach problems.

  • UV coated sunglasses.
We recommend
  • To drink a lot of liquid on the trail.

  • Not forget to bring a copy of your passport.





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