OUR INCA TRAIL FOOD
All of our Inca trail food is prepared from fresh ingredients, that are bought in the Cusco local market. Everything is carried by our super porters and then prepared by our amazing chef. We don’t use any rehydrated or canned food. It is all fresh, healthy, and tasty!
We train our chef in the low season every year to prepare delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks, and they are all served with a smile! After completing each day’s trek, you will enjoy our happy hour before eating a tasty dinner, that will undoubtedly exceed all your expectations about food on Inca Trail.
Do you have any dietary restrictions?
No problem!. Let us know when booking. We cater to vegetarians, gluten-free, lactose intolerance, pescatarian, vegans, and any food allergies.
How about the water?
There is tap water in each Inca Trail campsite and our cook boils it for 15 minutes, so it is safe for you to drink. We provide you with plenty of water each day, but you will only need to carry enough water to get you to the first lunch stop. You can refill your bottles at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
You are going to be well fed during your Inca trail Treks with us. Food will be provided five times a day, beginning with a delicious breakfast, a snack, a lot of lunch, an happy hour(afternoon tea with cookies and popcorn), and finally dinner.
Typical meals on Our Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in 4 days
Hot porridge, quinoa or oats, fried eggs, omelet or pancakes with fresh bread, fried bananas, Thick oatmeal with large fresh chunks of sweet apples. and boiled water for hot teas, coca tea, coffee, chocolate, and milk.
Lunch & dinner:
First Course: Quinoa, corn, noodle, asparagus, mushroom or vegetable soup, stuffed avocado, or potatoes.
Second Course: Chicken breast, beef stew, quinoa, fried rice, hamburgers, fried chicken, spaghetti bolognese, typical dishes: aji de gallina (chili pepper chicken), escabeche de Pollo (marinated chicken), or ajiaco de ulluco (spicy ulluco stew).
Fried plantains, chocolate pudding, chocolate or vanilla cake, peach.
candies, cookies, juice, crackers, and a variety of Peruvian fruits such as Banana, Chirimoya, Granadilla, Apple, Orange, Mandarine,