Tourists will not be able to visit Machu Picchu Citadel or the Inca Trail Network due to ongoing unrest in Peru, according to officials.

The Decentralized Culture Directorate and Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary Directorate announced that tourists with tickets for January 21 or later can request a refund within one month after the end of the protests. The unrest in Peru has led to injuries and property damage, with at least 30 people injured and a police station set on fire in the southern city of Puno.

The Inca Trail Network is a must-see for any adventure seeker visiting Peru. The ancient trail, which stretches over 40 miles through the Andes Mountains, is a journey through time as you walk in the footsteps of the Incas.

The trail is a challenging hike, but the rewards are well worth the effort. The trail winds through lush forests, over high mountain passes, and past stunning Incan ruins. The highlight of the trail is the Machu Picchu Citadel, the ancient city built by the Incas that remains one of the most mysterious and enigmatic places on Earth.

The trail can be completed in 4 days, but many hikers choose to take a longer, more leisurely route to fully appreciate the natural beauty and historical significance of the Inca Trail Network. There are also shorter routes available for those who prefer a shorter hike.

One of the best things about hiking the Inca Trail Network is the sense of accomplishment that comes with reaching the end. The trail is challenging, but the views and the sense of connection to the past make it all worth it.

To hike the Inca Trail Network, you will need to obtain a permit, as the trail is strictly regulated to protect the natural environment and the historical sites. These permits can be hard to come by, so it is important to book in advance. You will also need to be in good physical shape and to bring appropriate gear and clothing for the hike.

The Inca Trail Network is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will take you on an unforgettable journey through the Andes Mountains and into the heart of the Incan Empire. So pack your bags, lace up your hiking boots, and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime!