Kenko Adventures Wins Travelers' Choice Award on TripAdvisor!

Inca Trail Travelers' Choice Award on TripAdvisor

We're thrilled to announce that Kenko Adventures has been honored with the prestigious Travelers' Choice Award by TripAdvisor! This award is a testament to our team's dedication, our travelers' experiences, and the top-notch services we provide.

The Inca Trail glamping services of Kenko Adventures

Glamping with Kenko Adventures 

Experience nature with a touch of luxury! Our glamping services ensure you're not missing out on any comfort while you're out exploring. Imagine waking up to breathtaking views, sipping on a hot cup of coffee, and returning to a cozy bed after a day's trek—all this, in the heart of nature. That's the Kenko Adventures glamping experience for you.

Top-Notch Reviews from Our Travelers 

Your feedback means the world to us. We're elated to have received numerous positive reviews that highlight our attentive staff, detailed itineraries, and the unique experiences we offer. A big thank you to our travelers for sharing their experiences and helping us achieve this recognition!

Explore the Inca Trail with Us 

The Inca Trail is a once-in-a-lifetime journey, and we're here to make it unforgettable. Our experienced guides, well-planned routes, and knowledge of the region ensure you get the most out of this iconic trek.

Join us on an adventure, and see for yourself why we're a Travelers' Choice Award winner!


Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu: 4 Days

Inca Trail 4D. 3N. to Machu picchu, Distance: 45 KM. / 26 miles, all inclusive. explore more incan sites and Machu Piccchu through Sungate. book in advance. We offers hot showers, gourmet food, extra porter, and 360 view train.

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