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Popular Travel Packages to Machu Picchu in 2021

Tour in Cusco one of the most important tourist destinations in Peru where is situated Machu Picchu the main highlight of the country; every major trip in and around Machu Picchu begins with sightseeing tour in Cusco, the Capital of the Incas Cusco where most of world heritage sites are located.

The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu is probably the best travel destination in the world. Machu Picchu offers a wide range of adventure activities and travel opportunities. The immense natural beauty fascinates all visitors in this region. In Peru, around 90% of all travelers choose to visit Machu Picchu as their travel destination. Travel packages to Machu Picchu also offers an excellent opportunity of Trekking to Machu Picchu through the Andes and the Cloud forest, observe rural lifestyles and unique cultures in the highlands.

Unlike trips to Machu Picchu, trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is easy with more to explore. Basically, all Trips to Machu Picchu start in the city Cusco, an hour’s fly from Lima the capital of Peru. We recommend that you set aside an additional day to explore the beautiful city of Cusco, the Umantay lake and the Rainbow Mountain located here. For all these places you need a day tour.

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Travel to Machu Picchu can be done in private groups or in shared but it is very important to purchase the train tickets in advance since it is the only transport that allows you to reach to Machu Picchu or trekking for four days. The separate highly recommended Travel package is one that includes the Sunrise Views of Machu Picchu which can be completed in three to four days from Cusco. Don’t worry if you have a short vacation, there are many options for you in Cusco – Peru and it can make your short / long vacation life unforgettable.

Visit Machu Picchu is possible in all seasons of the year, but autumn, winter and spring are considered the best seasons in Cusco and Machu Picchu, increasing the number of Travelers. Autumn, Winter and spring withstand favorable temperatures and weather conditions. The views are just as impressive. One can observe the breathtaking views of the giant mountain panorama and the attractive sunrise or sunset views.

Below, we have mentioned the 6 best Travel Packages and Tours to Machu Picchu that will surely help you choose the best Travel destination for your vacation on 2021.

Machu Picchu Sunrise Tour 2 days

The Machu Picchu Sunrise Tour is the most popular short trip to Machu Picchu that includes the sunrise views of Machu Picchu. During this tour you’ll visit the Sacred valley of the Incas including the Inca ruins of Pisaq and Ollantaytambo; the most popular and wonderful Inca sites located around the city of Cusco.  The Trip includes one-night hotel accommodation in the picturesque town of Aguas Calientes. Find here More details for this wonderful Trip. Read More…

Machu Picchu Adventure Tour 5 Days

The Machu Picchu Adventure Tour is a mix of sightseeing and short trekking to Machu Picchu. it is a tour package that begins in the city of Cusco, where you’ll have acclimatization days before you head to the Short Inca Trail and reach to Machu Picchu through the “Sun gate” as the Incas did in the past. The package allows you overnight in the picturesque village of Aguas Calientes where you can enjoy a natural thermal bath. In this tour package you’ll have the option to see the sunset and sunrise views of Machu Picchu and surrounding Mountains. Find here More details for this wonderful Trip. Read More…

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Machu Picchu Classic Tour 4 Days

The Machu Picchu Classic Tour is the most famous trip among all international and national travellers. It’s a 4 days and 3 nights package that takes you to the famous Inca sanctuary of Machu Picchu and offers breathtaking views of the giant panoramas of the Andes, the mysterious Inca sites and the historical city of Cusco, and many other interesting tourist destinations. The train trip to Machu Picchu through lush forests provide a great opportunity to see the Andes and the Rain forest which are natural habitat for rare animals and wild birds.

Machu Picchu Classic Tour can be done in all seasons of the year, but spring Winter and autumn are considered the best. These stations offer the best picturesque views of clear skies and tolerable temperatures. Find here More details for this wonderful Trip. Read More…

Machu Picchu Magic Tour 5 Days

It is a wonderful tour package where you’ll visit the most important tourist destinations in the region of Cusco like: Cusco itself, the sacred valley of the Incas including the Inca ruins of Pisaq and Ollantyatmbo, The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, the salt mines of Maras and the mysterious Inca site of Moray. The tour is escorted by professional and highly experienced tour Guide. It is highly recommended for families and group of friends.

The tour offers opportunities of short walks through the Inca sites. Machu Picchu Magic Tour can be done in all seasons of the year, but spring, winter and autumn are considered the best. These stations offer the best picturesque views of clear skies and tolerable temperatures. Read More…

Machu Picchu Cultural Tour 6 Days

This is a wonderful classic tour package that takes you to the lap of the natural and Cultural highlights in the region of Cusco. You can explore the breathtaking view of the mountain ranges and the immense natural beauty from the knees of the giant Mountain. During the tours, you can also get in touch with the unique villages of and learn about their unique way of life and cultures. Machu Picchu Cultural Tour is ideal for every body with no limitations, since the entire trip is by car or by train. The trip also offers options of short walking across the mysterious Inca sites. Read More…

Machu Picchu Amazon Trip 7 days

The Machu Picchu Amazon Trip package is the best trip in Peru since it allows you to explore the two most picturesque region of Peru: The Andes and the Amazon. This travel package can be completed in one week and offers the best views of the high Andes ranges and the deep of the Amazon jungle with amazing sunrise views of Machu Picchu and the Amazon. In addition, this trip offers the best opportunity to explore the rural lifestyle of the countryside community and gain an in-depth understanding of its traditions and cultures.

Machu Picchu Amazon trip package technically departs from Cusco, an hour’s fly from Lima the Capital of Peru. During the tour you’ll stay in comfortable hotels and ecological lodge. Read More.

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Recommended Travels & Tour Packages to Machu Picchu

We have provided some sample itineraries for your reference and give you the freedom to plan your TOUR ROUTE yourself and simply tell us your choice and your particular area of interest. We have extensive experience in planning organized tailor-made trips to Machu Picchu for cultural, wildlife and adventure tours such as:

About Machu Picchu: Services for Travelers

Important information about Machu Pichu for travelers interested in visiting the sacred Inca citadel of Machu Picchu: How to arrive?.- What to do?.-  Where to stay?.- and where to eat?.-

About Machu Picchu – A Perfect destination for a memorable Tour

The Sacred Inca citadel of Machu Picchu is the most famous Tourist destination in Peru and south America; it is open for Peruvian travelers and foreigners. Machu Picchu is the best-known archaeological site on the continent it has a wonderful location.

Machu Picchu is a citadel that was never revealed to the Spanish conquerors and that was practically hidden until the middle of the 20th century. So that it is named the lost city of the Incas

How to get to Machu Picchu – Routes to Machu Picchu

Currently, there are different ways to get to Machu Picchu, among the most popular we are mentioning bellow:

  1. Machu Picchu by car, a new itinerary ideal for travelers who do not have much time and who want to contemplate the natural beauty of the surroundings of Machu Picchu.
  2. Machu Picchu by train, the classic route and the most purchased by travelers.
  3. The Short Inca Trail, is ideal for travelers whose don´t want to spent much time in the mountains but still wan to see the beauty of the Andes and the Claud forest
  4. The Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, an ideal route for travelers who want to use the ancient route used by the Incas.
  5. From Salkantay to Machu Picchu, a really difficult route, ideal for trekkers whose don’t get permits for the Inca Trail; it is an alternative trail to Machu Picchu.

What to do in Machu Picchu? – The possible activities in Machu Picchu

If you visit Machu Picchu, you’ll have several options to do it. From the classic mountain tour to the photography of Machu Picchu, passing through agricultural areas, climbing the Huayna Picchu, visiting the sacred area, as well as the main temple.

All the activities that can be done in Machu Picchu are really fantastic.

Where to sleep in Machu Picchu – You’ll find a very nice hotels in the town of Aguas Calientes

Machu Picchu offers to all travelers a wide variety of places to sleep, from the luxurious “Santuary Lodge” in Belmont to small family accommodations that, although they do not have a large infrastructure, the quality of service is also good.

We are sure that you will sleep peacefully near the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu.

Where to eat in Machu Picchu – The Restaurants at Machu Picchu

You can choose from many restaurants in Machu Picchu that are located in the same town of Aguas Calientes located 20 minutes away from Machu Picchu, and enjoy excellent cuisine and views. The dishes served are for all kinds of tastes, from indigenous cuisine to international cuisine; you can have many drinks such as Inti sour, Pisco sour and the famous Coca sour.

Most hotels offer excellent service to their clients like other clients, from the best of Peruvian cuisine, as well as excellent dishes from different gastronomic schools in the world.

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Machupicchu Information

Machupicchu Info

Find here Machupicchu Info and all you need to know about the lost city of the Incas – Machu Picchu

Machupicchu Info.- In one of the most spectacular settings on earth, the great Inca ruler Pachacutek built a royal and sacred center that is known as Machupicchu. Commenced in the middle of the fifteenth century, it was used by Pachacutek and his “panaca” (Royal corporate family group).

The Machu Picchu or MachuPijchu is a Quechua Word which means old peak or Old Mountain; the Classic Machu Picchu is located at 112km northeast of Cusco city; it’s a XV century Inca site which probably was built as an estate for the Inca emperor Pachacuti (1438–1472). Often referred to as the “Lost City of the Incas”, it is the most familiar icon of Inca civilization.

Machu Picchu is a mystical place, a stunning place with awesome landscape, where people can feel that they are a creation of God. The high sense of spirituality that inhabits this place seems to transport its visitors to a place where anything is possible “in an unimaginable way.” It is a place where strange forces of nature allow people to reach an incomparable cosmic state, a state that can only be experimented in Machu Picchu.

Arrival and Accommodation at Machu Picchu Pueblo or Aguas calientes town:

Machupicchu Info
Machupicchu Info

If you arrive by train, you’ll get off at Machu Picchu Pueblo station, the nearest town to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, which has experienced explosive over the last decade or so and is occasionally still referred to its older name, Aguas Calientes. You walk down the steps from the station and over the bridge, where you can catch one of the buses for 25 minutes up to Machu Picchu.

Many people who want to spend more than just a day at Machu Picchu base themselves at the settlement of Machu Picchu Pueblo known as Aguas Calientes town, which is connected to the Inca sanctuary of Machu Picchu by bus and has good accommodation, restaurants and shops.

It’s warm, humid climate and surrounding landscapes of towering mountains covered in cloud forest make it a welcome change to Cusco, but the main attraction apart from Machu Picchu Inca sanctuary, is the natural thermal bath, which is particularly welcome after a few days on the Inca trail or a hot afternoon up at Machu Picchu.

There is also a recently restored narrow trail up to sacred mountain of Putucusi, starting just outside of the town, a couple of hundred yards down on the left if you follow the trail track toward Machu Picchu; the walk offers stupendous views of the town and across to Machu Picchu.

Machu Picchu’s Biodiversity – Machu Picchu Information

The Inca Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is situated in a region that is part of the High Jungle or “Brow of the Jungle”. It’s surrounded by fully vegetated mountains and the Urubamba valley-river; it is an area with great environmental heterogeneity that, together with its jagged relief and its climate, makes the existence of numerous life zones possible, in accordance with the Holdridge classification system, between 2,000 and 6,000 m. above sea level.

The ecology of the Inca Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is very diverse and complex, since it includes ten wildlife zones, from the low, dry mountain forest – by the side of the valley- to the level of the mountain range summits. In terms of altitude, this means that it reaches from 1,725 m. at the level of the Urubamba River, up to 6,271 m. at snowy Salkantay’s summit. As a consequence, these geographical variations, and the singular topography, originate a really wide range of flora and wild fauna.

Flora and Fauna at Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is also a national pack recognized by the UNESCO as a national park by natural and cultural resources that stretches over 36,532 hectares of ground in the eastern part of the Andes Mountain range, including ten different micro regions. Due to its location, the rugged geography is home of great biodiversity of fauna and flora. The natural surroundings and the strategic location of Machu Picchu lend a fusion of beauty and balance to the historic creations of the ancient Incas, and the evolutionary whims of nature.

Biologists have recorded over 300 species of orchid in the Machu Picchu Sanctuary. Ornithologists have recorded over 400 species of birds here, including the biggest hummingbird in the world (Patagonia gigas), known as the Giant Hummingbird. If one takes into account that, due to the rugged terrain, only 40% of the land has been studied by specialists so far; future studies of the remaining 60% of the land will surely reveal many more wonderful surprises.

Several species exclusive of the zone stand out, like the “spectacled” bear (the Andean bear or “ucumari” – Tremarctos ornatus), the only “ursid” in South America, the rare miniature deer (Mazama chunnyil), and the “sachacabra” (Pudu mephistopheles). This is why the Peruvian government has declared the zone a Protected Nature Area. Otherspecies of mammals live here, like the puma (“concolor” Puma), the Andean fox, the river otter, the “tanka taruca”, the wildcat and the ferret.

Reptiles in Machu Picchu

Among the reptiles we can find the “jergón bothrops” and the “choral micrurus”, dangerous because of its strong poison; lizards, frogs, chiroptera and a large Andean and Amazon “entomo-fauna”, making the Sanctuary a place where observation and study adds attraction for both tourists and researchers.

Among more than 423 species of registered birds, some are outstanding: the “Gallito de las Rocas” (“Rock Cockerel”, Peruvian Rupicola) -Peru’s national bird- the quetzal (Pharomacrus auriceps), the “Pava del Monte” (mountain turkey hen, Penelope montagnii), the condor (Vultur gryphus), the caracara, hummingbirds, the torrent duck (Merganetta armata) and a bird of very restricted distribution: the “Cucarachero Inca” (Thryothorus eisenmanni); parrots and other smaller birds of varied colors.

Among more than 450 species of registered birds, some are outstanding: the “Gallito de las Rocas” (“Rock Cockerel”, Peruvian Rupicola) -Peru’s national bird- the quetzal (Pharomacrus auriceps), the “Pava del Monte” (mountain turkey hen, Penelope montagnii), the condor (Vultur gryphus), the caracara, hummingbirds, the torrent duck (Merganetta armata) and a bird of very restricted distribution: the “Cucarachero Inca” (Thryothorus eisenmanni); parrots and other smaller birds of varied colors.

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Machu Picchu Site

Machu Picchu Site
Machu Picchu Site location

Machu Picchu Site is the icon of the Incas built in the region of Cusco in Peru: Find here information

Machu Picchu Site: Machupicchu is a Quechua (Inca language) word which means old peak or Old Mountain; it’s a 15th-century Inca archaeological site located 2,400 meters (7,970 ft) above sea level. The location of Machu Picchu is 112 km. northwest of the city of Cusco; It is located at 13 ° 9 ’47 “South latitude and 72 ° 32′ 44” W, in the province of Urubamba and Cusco region. The nearest major city is Cusco, the capital region and ancient capital of the Incas.

The mountains of Machupicchu and Huaynapicchu, are part of a larger formation known as orographic Vilcabamba Batholith, in the Central Cordillera of the Peruvian Andes. They are located on the left bank of the Urubamba Canyon, formerly known as Quebrada de Picchu.

At the bottom of the hills is the Vilcanota-Urubamba River. The Inca archaeological site is located halfway between the tops of two mountains, 450 meters above the valley. The floor area is approximately 530 meters long by 200 meters wide, with 172 buildings in its urban area. Biogeographically is in the Peruvian Yungas ecoregion.

Santuary of Machu Picchu

The Machupicchu Historic Sanctuary is spread over an area of 32,592 hectares, the sanctuary protects a number of biological species endangered in several Inca establishments, including Machupicchu which is considered primary.

Archaeologists have identified several distinct sectors that together comprise the city, including a farming zone, a residential neighborhood, a royal district and a sacred area. Machu Picchu’s most distinct and famous structures include the Temple of the Sun and the Intihuatana stone, a sculpted granite rock that is believed to have functioned as a solar clock or calendar.

The year at Machupicchu is divided between wet and dry seasons, with the majority of annual rain falling from October through to April. It can rain at any time of the year.

Machu Picchu & UNESCO

The great Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since its discovery in 1911, growing numbers of tourists have visited Machu Picchu, reaching 400,000 in 2000. As Peru’s most visited tourist attraction and major revenue generator, it is continually threatened by economic and commercial forces. In the late 1990s, the Peruvian government granted concessions to allow the construction of a cable car and development of a luxury hotel, including a tourist complex with boutiques and restaurants.

Many people protested against the plans, including members of the Peruvian public, international scientists, and academics, as they were worried that the greater numbers of visitors would pose a tremendous physical burden on the ruins. Many protested a plan to build a bridge to the site as well. A no-fly zone exists above the area. UNESCO is considering putting Machu Picchu on its List of World Heritage in Danger.

During the 1980s a large rock from Machu Picchu’s central plaza was moved out of its alignment to a different location to create a helicopter landing zone. Since the 1990s, the government has forbidden helicopter landings there. In 2006 a Cusco-based company, Helicusco, sought to have tourist flights over Machupicchu and initially received a license to do so, but the government quickly overturned the decision.

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Machu Picchu Permits

Machu Picchu Permits

Many people want to visit Machu Picchu; but it’s very important to get permits in advance; find here comprehensive information

Machu Picchu Permits: For visiting Machu Picchu, the government has strictly limited the number of people permitted on the Short Inca Trail, the classic Inca Trail and Machu Picchu. The permits for the Inca Trail are issued to about 200 trekkers per day plus 300 porters and for Machu Picchu 2,000 a day. We recommend that you make your booking as early as possible

As of July 15th 2011, the Peruvian government has started enforcing new rules for those wanting to climb Huaynapicchu (the big sugar loaf mountain behind Machu Picchu).  Many of your guidebooks and online resources probably won’t contain these latest updates, so read up on the newest regulations here before you embark on your Peru adventure.

These permits can only be purchased through the government website www.machupicchu.gob.pe or in the Cusco office of the Direction Regional (which can be done by notifying your tour provider ahead of time). Machu Picchu and the optional sites are open all year round, even on Sundays and Holidays.

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The tickets are sold by season and the season goes from January 1st to December 31st. The initial date to purchase for next season depends on the Peruvian Government. Usually, the date to start purchasing is around December 20th. If you want, you can subscribe to be informed once sales for next season will start.

The availability is for Machu Picchu itself and not for our Agency. Any Agency you choose will have the same availability. Therefore, it is useless to contact another Agency if the date you want is not available.
A large number of available spaces does not mean at all that “there is still time”. Some agencies group their requests together and it is not unusual to see 30 spaces go away in only 5 minutes.

It is possible that some spaces are released. The counter is then increased. Pre-reservation and payment system implemented by the Government make that, even if it not usual, pre-reserved and non-paid spaces are available again.

The availability is controlled by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. Only they are able to manage and authorize the access to Machu Picchu and the optional sites.

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Machu Picchu Adventure Tour 5 Days

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Machupicchu Classic Tour 4 Days

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Machupicchu Explore 5 Days

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Machupicchu Magic Tour 5 Days

Machupicchu Magic Tour is a perfect introduction to what is Peru while staying at the best hotels available in the country. You have time to explore the most popular tourist destination in Cusco

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