3. Food is locally sourced by the support team chef
One of the (many) great things about travelling in Peru is the food and and on the Inca Trail you'll not be left wanting. Three meals a day (two of which are three-course), mean you'll have plenty of sustenance for the trip; our Inca Trail cooks plan and prepare meals that are nutritious and suited to the physical exertion of the trek. Even better, all the food is locally sourced and selected by the support team cook, who is able to cater for any dietary requirements. The fruit and vegetables are as fresh as they can be and have all been grown locally - supporting farmers and the local economy. The food is often one of the biggest surprises for trekkers; meals are hearty and flavoursome, with soups for lunch and even pancakes for breakfast!