I found a much cheaper Inca Trail Trek, how can trips vary so much in price?

If the price looks too good to be true, it often is. A cheap trip often means that it is the porters and guides who suffer the most. Many of these workers have to sleep in the dining tents, have very little to eat, and are compensated very poorly. The trips featured on Detour have high standards for guide and porter treatment; for specific information, please visit the provider’s information page through the Detour website.

Additionally, a cheap trip often results in shoddy camping equipment and poor food. The higher the price, you can typically expect better the food, more highly trained the guides, and you can even have a privately run trip.

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