Jenny Cox

Jenny traded in her previous job as an engineer in exchange for a one-way flight to Kuala Lumpur. Eighteen months later she’d backpacked her way around South East Asia, Nepal, and parts of India – having taught English in rural Thailand, trekked to Everest Base Camp, scuba-dived with schools of barracuda in Sipadan, worked in a casino and endured enough local bus journeys on bumpy dirt roads to last a lifetime. After all this she joined Exodus HQ as a Product Manager and, as a keen trekker, she looks after Nepal, Ladakh (Northern India), Peru and Bolivia. Since joining Exodus in 2011 Jenny has walked the Inca Trail, trekked to Annapurna Base Camp and reached the heights of Stok Kangri's summit (6,153m) to name but a few of her adventures.

The Inca Trail - Our Top Facts, Tips and Llamas!

It's one of the world's most iconic treks, and one of our personal favourites. The Inca Trail winds through gorgeous cloudforests to the ancient city of Machu Picchu, and it's totally unforgettable. Find out everything you need to know right here!

Ten Facts About the Inca Trail

1. Inca Trail permits are strictly limited to 500 per day; roughly 300 of these are used by cooks, porters and guides, leaving only 200 permits a day for trekkers the world over!

Amalfi amore

The sun’s rays caress my eyelids as I sit back on the terrace and allow the floral aromas of a crisp white wine to gently unfold on my palate. I open my eyes in the knowing bliss that the holiday has begun, and that there’s a week of discovery ahead!

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