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Machu Picchu 1 Day Tour from Cusco 2024: The best way to get there is by train from the Ollantaytambo train station. We will be amazed by the beautiful views and walks in Machu Picchu, Peru. Our tour is an all-inclusive private trip.
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On a day trip from Cusco, discover the wonder of Machu Picchu ruins. This tour includes transportation from your hotel in Cusco, a train ride through the scenic Andes Mountains, and a guided tour of the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu. You will have lots of time to look around the ruins, take pictures, and research their Inca culture. The chance to see one of the most famous landmarks in the world is once in a lifetime.
The ins and outs of traveling to Machu Picchu Park from Cusco City
Quick itinerary for the Machu Picchu Day Trip From Cusco
🙂 Please read the itinerary section for more information on the route to and from Cusco to Machu Picchu.
Machu Picchu Tour from Cusco: A Unique Way to Explore Peru’s Most Famous Site—a gorgeous route to explore the well-known Inca site in Peru
The perfect itinerary awaits! This step-by-step guide guarantees you will have an unforgettable time visiting Machu Picchu in just a day. Explore now!
DESCRIPTION OF TOURIST ACTIVITIES
At 5:10, we travel from Cusco to the Ollantaytambo train station in our private transport, “01 hour and 40 minutes of travel.” We board the train service to Machu Picchu Pueblo, which takes approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes of travel.” Then, we will board the bus service to reach the Machupicchu Inca citadel.
Travel by train to 1 Day Machu Picchu Tour from Cusco
Note: Our local guide will wait for you at Machu Picchu train station
At 09:10 am, bus service to Machu Picchu ruins from Machu Picchu Pueblo town. The guided tour to Machu Picchu will begin at approximately 10:00.
Explore the Inca city with our local expert tour guide for about 2 hours. In the afternoon, board the train service back to Ollantaytambo-Cusco.
Our local guide will talk about the history and special features of the Inca city of Machupicchu. You will have time to ask questions and talk more about the mystery of this Inca city. Besides knowing about publicly unknown issues or those that you do not find on the internet about this magnificent wonder, you can take pictures and have exciting moments.
1 Day Machu Picchu Tour from Cusco – Dive into Peruvian history and explore Machu Picchu like never before on this unforgettable one-day tour! Discover magnificent temples, captivating ruins, and a plethora of ancient sites sure to make your jaw drop.
This year, 2024, there are five tourist circuits in Machu Picchu decreed by the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu for the best flow of visitors within the Inca ruins. Circuits 2 and 1 are the best for having the classic views of Machu Picchu from the house of the Inca Guardian, as seen on postcards.
Circuit 1 Machu Picchu: Classic view of Machu Picchu citadel from the Inca Guard House, Lower platform, Upper Platform, Dry ditch, The viewpoint of the Temple of the Sun, Granite chaos, Water Mirrors Set, Pisonay Square, Archaeological reserve
🙂 Machu Picchu Circuit 2: Lower platform, Classic view of Machu Picchu citadel from the Inca Guard House, Upper Platform, Dry ditch, The viewpoint of the Temple of the Sun, Granite chaos, Temple Square, Sacred rock, Twelve spans (trapezoidal windows), Eastern Barns, Water Mirror Set, Plaza el Pisonay, Archaeological Reserve
Circuit 3 Machu Picchu: Main barns, Agricultural zone, Waterway, Dry ditch, Temple of the Sun Set, House of the Inca set, Water sources, Water Mirrors Set, Pisonay Square, Archaeological Reserve
Circuit 4 Machu Picchu: Main barns, Agricultural zone, Waterway, Dry ditch, Temple of the Sun Set, House of the Inca set, Water sources, Sacred rock, Twelve spans (trapezoidal windows), Eastern Barns, Water Mirrors Set, Pisonay Square, Archaeological Reserve
Machu Picchu Circuit 5: Main barns, Agricultural zone, Waterway, Dry ditch, Temple of the Sun Set, House of the Inca set, Water sources, Set Three Covers (Inca Doors), Pisonay Square, Archaeological Reserve.
After the guided tour, At approximately 14:00, they arrive in Aguas Calientes on the return bus.
Return by train to Cusco after the Machu Picchu 1 Day Tour
When you arrive at the Ollantaytambo train station near Cusco, go to the waiting room, where our vehicle driver will wait for you. Look for a sign with his name on it.” Group Name: 1 Day Machu Picchu Tour from Cusco
Private transportation from the Ollantaytambo train station to Cusco: “We drop off the group of guests at your hotel in Cusco.”
2-hour guided tour
Cusco: 3,350m (10,990 ft)
Machu Picchu: 2,400m (7,874 ft)
Poroy Train Station: 3,570m (11,712 ft)
1 Day Machu Picchu Tour from Cusco: Spend the day exploring one of the most spectacular sights in South America, Machu Picchu! This comprehensive one-day tour includes your ticket to see it all.
It is a stone structure that the Incas erected 2,400 meters above sea level on the mountains, and it is now regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Until Hiram Bingham discovered it in 1911, it was known as the Lost City of the Incas—the world’s most frequented location.
Rainy Season (November–March) and Dry or Sunny Season (April–October) are consistent with our climate—the location of Machu Picchu in a tropical area results in warm, muggy weather. The range of temperatures is 8° to 20° C. The months from April to September have the busiest tourist activity.
The following are options for how to get to Machu Picchu:
By Train: You can arrive by Peru Rail and Inca Rail, with different services and daily departures. There are two stations, which are the following:
By bus: The journey from Cusco to Hidroelectrica lasts roughly six hours.
You have two options for getting to Machupicchu (Aguas Calientes) from Hidroelectrica: Take a train or walk for two hours and thirty minutes along the railroad.
It would be best to find lodging when you get to Machu Picchu town so that the following day, you can take a Consettur bus up to Machu Picchu and ride it for 25 minutes to the main gate of Machu Picchu.
The alternate route is a one-day tour from Cusco (Aguas Calientes) to Machu Picchu, which requires a one-hour and thirty-minute walk from the town.
The exact route is taken on the way back; buses to Cusco depart from Hydroelectrica at 14:00.
By trekking, reaching Machu Picchu may indicate the end of the walk.
Hiking routes like the Classic Inca Trail 4D/3N, with varieties of trails like the Salkantay Trek 5D/4N, Lares Trek 4D/3N, enjoying the Cocalmayo thermal baths in the Inca Jungle 4D/3N, all these ending the visit in Machu Picchu Ruins, having train and bus return to Cusco
Documents: If staying at least one night in Machupicchu Village, a passport, ID card, international student card, or national student card with a valid date is required, along with the appropriate migration card.
Dress appropriately for the weather by wearing long pants, long-sleeve polo shirts, a cap or hat, comfortable walking shoes, and a jacket.
Extras: sunblock, mosquito repellent, personal medication, extra money in soles, camera, water bottle, walking sticks (if you have knee discomfort).
These are the locations where you can purchase them.
Regarding the entrance tickets, there are limitations for conservation reasons. These are detailed below:
The Ministry of Culture manages the Machu Picchu entry rules.
Depending on the ticket’s availability, reservations can be made whenever you want or via Kondor Path Tours. If you choose to take this tour, you must purchase your entrance ticket to Huaynapicchu three months in advance.
Considering the schedules mentioned above, it is possible since there is only one access ticket for both because they are in the same city, Machu Picchu.
You can take luggage of no more than 05 kilos or 11 pounds. If you want extra baggage, you must pay a separate transfer fee, which does not recommend taking too much luggage.
Finding different tour guide services in Machu Picchu is simple, such as shared services for “15 to 20 people” for $20 per person and other private services in multiple languages for $100.
You may enter as early as 6:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. The first bus leaves from Machu Picchu Picchu Pueblo at 05:30 and runs every 10 minutes.
It is 20 minutes from the site’s central square in Machupicchu Pueblo, at the end of Pachacuteq Avenue.
No, you can do the paperwork, but it might be a mess because of the lengthy waits you’ll have to endure, and if you get the wrong advice, you might buy the wrong tickets. If you organize your tour with a company, they will handle all the required paperwork; Kondor Path Tours, a direct tour operator, takes it seriously.
A maximum age does not exist. Everyone is welcome.
Your travel-related correspondence can be sent to “Kondor Path Tours” via our website, Facebook page, Skype, WhatsApp, or by email at email@example.com.
Yes, there is a discount for students, and they consider students from 4 to 17 years old.
Children under 3 years old do not pay.
You can purchase train tickets to Machu Picchu online through the websites of Peru Rail and Inca Rail using a credit or debit card, Visa, or Mastercard. The Peru Rail and Inca Rail offices are located in Cusco’s main square, where you can also purchase
In Aguas Calientes or Machupicchu Pueblo, many lodging options are available in different price ranges. For accommodations with top-notch amenities, you must reserve your lodging in advance.
While on excursions, you can leave your luggage at the hotel in Cusco.
When is the best time to go to Machu Picchu? Between April and December.
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There are several optional upgrades. Here is a quick price list:
Peru Rail’s MACHU PICHU TRAINS
Machupicchu Overnight: Hotel 03 stars $115 “JAYA”; Hotel 02 stars $80 “El Presidente or similar”, etc.
This applies to the following services:
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