If you coming to Peru definitely you must bring these important items, the weather in the mountains such as Inca Trail, Salkantay, Lares where you do the trekking is mostly chilly in the morning and night with daytime sunshine.
Sturdy Hiking boots, mid-weight, lug-soled, above the ankle, waterproof and ideally well broken in important note: Buy your boots 1/2 size to 1 size larger than your street shoes to allow for feet swelling and thicker socks
Hiking socks, one pair for every two days of your trip, plus an extra pair to sleep in. Recommended brands include BridgedaleÂ®, SmartwoolÂ®, or similar padded socks (wearing thin liner socks under your hiking socks is highly recommended). No cotton socks!!
Sun hat or baseball cap and bandana
Warm hat and gloves, Sherpa style hat and light-to-mid weight fleece or wool gloves
Long underwear, one pair of wicking tops and bottoms that are light-to-midweight, example materials include Capilene, merino wool, polypropylene, etc.
Long sleeved shirt or nylon travel shirt
Light sweater to wear in evenings
Warm top, mid-weight shirt, sweater or pullover, also wicking material such as merino wool, fleece or polypropylene
Fleece jacket or insulated coat, warm, lightweight and packable fleece jacket or coat insulated with a synthetic material
Nylon pants and shorts, or zip-offs
Rainproof jacket and pant â€“ Waterproof/breathable jacket and pants such as Gore-TexÂ® or coated nylon â€“ with the pants look for side leg zippers or a style that will allow you to remove them without removing your boots
Water bottles or bladder, 2 liters total capacity
Contact lenses and glasses if you wear contact lenses please also bring a pair of glasses â€“ your contacts are likely to become dirty and may be difficult to clean
Sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm (A)
Toiletries, and a small washcloth in stuff sack (bandana can serve as a washcloth) (A)
Headlamp, spare batteries (preferably an L.E.D. type that works with AA or AAA batteries) (A)
Camera, spare batteries (optional)
Notebook or paperback book, (optional)
Knee braces, if needed
Prescription medicine, please inform us at booking time of any medications you are taking
Waterproof travel pouch
Money, for tipping your trip guide (optional but appreciated, generally 10-15% of your trip cost based upon the quality of your experience)
WhatÂ items you can hire or buy in our office in Cusco.
Sleeping bag -15Â° sizes 1,90 â€“ walking poles â€“Â medium size backpack/rucksack ( 35 to 50 liters)
Bug spray, flashlight, rain gear, warm clothes, sunscreen, hat or beanie gloves further more question send us at firstname.lastname@example.org