Wayki Trek

Av. Pardo # 506 Paseo de los Heroes
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Wayki Trek porters on the Inca Trail.
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    I had an incredible experience hiking the Inca Trail with Wayki Trek. I'm so glad we went with this operator rather than a larger, more well known group-- Wayki is indigenous owned and they give back to the Quechua community and treat their porters well. Our group was smaller, with two guides for twelve of us, and a dozen more porters and cooks. Our guides were knowledgeable and made the trip so much fun with their friendliness and laughter. Every meal was outstanding, and all of the equipment (tents, sleeping bags, mats, etc.) we used was good quality. We participated in the home-stay experience prior to our hike, and this also was something we'll remember forever. We met our porters in their village, saw their homes and families, helped with some farming, and enjoyed meals and dancing at the home of one of the porters. This experience made our interactions on the trail with the porters so much more meaningful. We had the best time with Wayki Trek and I'd highly recommend them to anyone.

    Recommended for:Family Travelers
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