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The Inca Trail was hardship, incredible elation, stunning views, and a history lesson all rolled into one. From start to finish our eyes feasted on everything that came our way. What blew me away was just how dramatic the scenery was all around us and how diverse the the trail takes you through. From farm lands, to flat lands, mountain passes, jungle, cliffs, and stairs that never end, there was an abundance of terrain and climates.
There are way too many photos to show here but for the visual readers out there, I thought that this would be a great way to give you a sense of what the whole 4 day journey was like.
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Day 1 – Pumped
Day 2 – Morale Crushing Day
Day 3 – Finally An Easier Day
Day 4 – Magical Reveal
And there you have it! 4 unforgettable days. It wasn’t easy but 100% worth it.
Feel like planning your own trip? Make sure you check out my super complete guide of what you need to think about when planning your Inca Trail trip.
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