Inca Trail Gear Packing List
Inca Trail & Alternative & Adventure Trek to MachuPicchu Packing Check LIST
During the Alternatuve Trek or Inca Trail to Machu Picchu your main luggage will be stored in Cuzco at your hotel or free storage in our office and you will receive a small duffle bag at your trek briefing (which will be help briefing day before you start the trek) to pack clothes and sleeping bag for 3-4 days.
Cooking and eating utensils while camping
Sleeping pad (you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer)
Duffel bag, medium-size (used while trekking, approximately 65 liter)
- Luggage, one piece, wheels and handle ok
Daypack 2000 cu. in. to carry your camera, water bottles, extra clothing
Luggage tags and luggage locks
Passport pouch or money pouch
Sleeping bag with stuff sack (rated to 10°-20°F)
CHECK LIST FOR YOU TREK TO MACHU PICCHU
PASSPORT: You MUST take your passport and a photocopy is not sufficient. (Keep it in a plastic bag in case of rain).
Bring a few lightweight, easily washable items for travel and daily wear when not trekking
- Midweight fleece or wool sweater
Fleece pants or tights
Midweight thermal underwear tops and bottom, synthetic or wool
Liner socks, synthetic
- Sun hat
Wool or fleece hat
Wool or fleece gloves
- Rain jacket, waterproof and breathable
Rain or wind pants, waterproof and breathable. Side-zip pants are highly recommended.
Insulated jacket, down or synthetic
- Sturdy hiking boots, waterproof, lightweight, broken-in, aggressive tread
Camp shoes such as tennis shoes or sandals or other comfortable footwear for use in town and/or campsites
- 2 one-quart water bottle(s) or hydration system
Flashlight or headlamp and spare batteries/bulb
Watch with alarm or travel clock
1 roll of toilet paper
Sunglasses and retainer strap
Sunblock and lip balm
- Small washcloth and small towel
Personal first-aid kit
Hand sanitizer gel
Several Ziploc plastic bags
Large, heavy-duty plastic trash bags
Optional Field Gear
- Camera, spare media card and batteries
Electrical adapter plug
Spare contact lenses or glasses
Reading and writing materials
Hiking stick or trekking poles (metal tips not allowed on Inca Trail; points must be rubber or covered with duct tape.)
Favorite energy snacks and drinks.
Why is so really important wearing good Treking shoes for Inca Trail,
Inca trail is one of the famous trek there many stairs up and dow and wearing proper walking shoes is a fundamental element in maintaining the correct walking technique as well as preventing injury. we recomemded wearing two kind of hiking boots.
Hiking shoes ,low-cut models with flexible midsoles are excellent for day hiking.Many ultralight backpackers may even choose trail-running shoes for long-distance journeys.
Hiking boots , these range from mid-or hight cut models intended for day hikes or weekend backpacking trips with light loads they often flex easily and require little break-in time, but they lack the support and durability of stout backpacking boots.