Travel to Machu Picchu Full Day
(For overnight in Machu Picchu village Hotel only add cost for the nights requested, Cost of Services are supported).
The Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu keeps a profound essence of sacred and mystery, which harmonizes with the natural landscape, being a place of great scientific and cultural significance as an expression of architectural development of culture inca. Picchu (Machu Picchu's original name) was one of these llactas (village), but retained for himself a special role. It was built on land of panaca of Pachacutec (the founder of Tawantinsuyu). It was the most beautiful of the empire because it was built to be the refuge and home of the elite of the aristocracy in the event of a surprise attack. The roads leading to Picchu were forbidden to ordinary people because its location was a military secret. The deep gorges and rugged mountains are the best natural defense.
Like all Llacta (village) importance, will never cease to be present in Picchu (Machupicchu) one Acllawasi ("house of the chosen"), a intiwatana (sundial, marking the seasons), kallancas (sheds for warriors), baths and aqueducts, as well as large areas with terraces.
TRAVEL PROGRAM 1 DAY MACHU PICCHU:
Everyday 4:00 a.m.. 10:30 p.m.. 4:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Tours to Machu Picchu Cusco for 1 Day
Day 1: Cusco-Machu Picchu-Cusco
4:00 a.m. Transfer from your hotel to the train station
We will take the train from Cusco to Aguas Calientes, then on arrival we will quickly take a bus to Machupicchu Inca City.
We will have a visit of the city with a professional guide for 2 hours, then you will be able to visit the Inca city on our own.
Optional You can ascend the mountain of Wayna Picchu, or La Puerta del Sol and the Inca Bridge or see and do things at your convenience at this time.
6:30 p.m. return to Aguas Calientes to take the train back to Cusco
22:00 p.m. Arrival in Cusco
Equipment to be carried by passengers:
- Small personal backpack.
- Jacket for the cold.
- Sunscreen, sunglasses.
- Insect repellent.
- Camera or video camera.
- Chocolates and candies.
- Transfers from hotel / train station.
- Tourist train to Machu Picchu round trip
- Entrance to the Inca city.
- Concetur Bus up and down to Machu Picchu
- Professional Guide.
- Gourmet Lunch at Machu Picchu.
- First aid kit.
- Meals. "Not Mentioned"
- Entrance to recreational sites, such as "Clubs" "Hot Springs, Theme Parks"
- Others not specified in the program.
Types of train for the trip to Machu Picchu
The passenger in the Expedition will be comfortable and relax , and will be informed about the most important points that this ancient route has that every adventurer should know.
The EXPEDITON has fully covered wagons with panoramic windows to allow travelers to immerse in the beauty of the natural landscape, and make your experience at Machu Picchu begins on the train.
Completely surrounded by glass, with wagons with large panoramic windows offering unparalleled scenic views and a number of spectacular photo opportunities. The traveler in the VISTADOME feel connected and part of the impressive landscape of Peru. Perurail provides personalized attention and first class service to allow the passengers on board to have an unforgettable experience.
The VISTADOME also has air conditioning and heating, leather seats that adjust to the body to provide comfort and relaxation during the entire trip.
The VISTADOME has a different service on board, which allows travelers to immerse and feel the Andean culture through its landscapes, music, dance and even food carefully prepared with local ingredients.
The train schedule is only confirmed day before the start of the trip, if you joined a group day before the start of the excursion, we cannot guarantee that you travel on the same train as the rest of the group.
Train schedule subject to change depending on Peru Rail's schedule and availability.
To qualify as a student, it is necessary to have a valid ISIC-CARD. scan and send us an email copy at the time of booking.
Cuzco is at an altitude of more than 11,000 feet above sea level, and in many surrounding areas, including Machu Picchu, it is also at high altitudes, though not as high as Cuzco. Altitude sickness can happen to anyone, including healthy people. Symptoms are usually not severe.
Certain medical conditions (such as respiratory diseases) or medications (such as sleeping pills) can increase the risk of high-altitude illness. It may be a good idea to check with your doctor before traveling. You can help your body to acclimatize and avoid altitude sickness through:
Drink plenty of water - at least 4 liters per day above other forms of liquids such as tea or soups
Avoid alcohol, tobacco, and substances that can interfere with a good supply of oxygen to the body or cause dehydration.
Frequent small meals high in carbohydrates.
Getting regular rest.