Trek Peru 2020
October 2020, Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru
Rebecca Jama

Trek Lead

0191 201 6066

rebecca.jama@reachplc.com

Registration Fee: £300

Sponsorship: £3,800

Our 2020 trek to Machu Picchu has

SOLD OUT! We will be releasing information for our 2021 trek very soon!

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Join us for the trip of a lifetime as we embark on the world famous original, Inca Trail leading us along gushing rivers, through ancient tunnels and over high mountain passes to the Sun Gate before taking in the breathtaking lost city of Machu Picchu. An experience that will
truly live with you forever.

Enjoy time to explore Cusco, the Inca capital, a fascinating and mystical city full of history, charm and glorious scenery whilst acclimatising for the first 2 days of the trip. We will also have the opportunity to visit the Café’ Daria, Cusco’s first vocational training site for young adults with special needs.

 

Day 4 leads us to the start of the Inca trail where our challenge really begins as we spend 4 days trekking, 3 nights camping and one night at the Sun Gate before enjoying Machu Picchu at Sunrise.

What do our trekkers have to say...

First time trekker Vicky Davison joined us in 2018 for our trek to Kerala and in 2019 joined our National 3 Peaks 24 Hour Challenge. She is heading out to Cambodia in October 2019 and has just signed up to trek Machu Picchu with us in 2020. She well and truly has the trekking bug...

"I had never done anything for charity until I came across the Sunshine Fund … and then everything fell into place! They were a positive, pro-active, local, small charity where transparency counts and making sure that funds go directly to the people needing the support.

Kerala was the most rewarding thing I have ever done! I gave so much time and effort in raising funds to make it happen and I had the most amazing experiences in India, but the satisfaction of knowing that you have helped give someone something they couldn’t have had otherwise was such a good feeling. And that by doing this you were also helping disabled kids in the North East was just mind-blowing."