Machu Picchu + Maras Salt Mines 2-Day

Price from: $ 420.00 USD

On this tour, we will visit the ruins of Moray, the salt mines of Maras of the Urubamba Valley, and finally Machu Picchu. The circular agricultural terraces of Moray with its complex irrigation system.

Salt Mines + Machu Picchu 2 Day

The circular agricultural terraces of Moray, with their complex irrigation system and balconies, have a great activity to explore sites before reaching Machupicchu Sacred Valley of Ollantaytambo. Enjoy the best holidays in Peru and the lost city of the Incas.


Salt Mines + Machu Picchu Overview

  • Day 1: Cusco – Moray-Salineras – afternoon tran to “Machu Picchu Pueblo”
  • Day 2: Morning Machu Picchu – Afternoon return to Cusco


  • Feel the historical glory of Machupicchu.
  • Explore the regions of Cusco aboard a train.

Why choose Kondor Path Tours

  • We are direct operators in this Machu Picchu and Maras Salt mines tour; you will always travel with Kondor Path Tour.
  • We only travel with small groups and exclusively do private service tours.
  • We work with professional tour guides, graduated from the best universities and institutes in the region, we care about your welfare. That of their families, that’s why in our Machu Picchu and Maras Salt mines tour, you will be traveling with professionals happy and happy to give you the best of their knowledge.
  • Our passengers do not travel with other travel agencies.
  • We strictly practice punctuality, respect, and tolerance; you can check our comments on TripAdvisor for more confidence.


Day 1: Cusco – Moray-Salineras – afternoon tran to “Machu Picchu Pueblo”

This morning we will pick you up from your hotel to begin your fantastic tour. First, we drive to the Moray agricultural terraces sitting high on a plateau. Moray allows you to explore parts of the western side of the Urubamba Valley. On this trip, you can learn about agriculture, textiles, and the history of the Inca Empire. Perfect place to explore unconventionally to discover the Inca culture.

After, drive down a dirt road to Maras and the Salinas. We continue to Ollantaytambo to board our train to Aguas Calientes village.

  • The tour starts from 8:00 to 15:30
  • Places to visit:
    • Raqchi lookout “view of the Urubamba Valley.”
    • Moray.
    • Salinas.
    • Ollantaytambo.
  • Afternoon board a train service from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes village.
  • Hotel 3 star.
  • Meals: Lunch

Day 2: Morning Machu Picchu – Afternoon return to Cusco

At 5:30 a.m., We will board the shared tourist transport to Machu Picchu to see the sunrise. We have a two-hour walk exploring the Inca citadel. In the afternoon you will return to Cusco by train.

  • AM visit Machupicchu
  • Two hours Machupicchu guided tour.
  • PM train back to Cusco.
  • Meals: Breakfast “hotel.”



  • Private & personalized tours
  • Active itinerary with unique cultural features
  • Excellent English speaking tour guide
  • All pick-ups and transfers (pick up and drop off at your hotel)
  • Private tourist transport.
  • Comprehensive Guided sightseeing
  • Entrance tickets to the attractions.
  • Machupicchu entrace ticket at 7:00 am 
  • 02 train Ticket Service Machu Picchu (Peru Rail EXPEDITION 75 & VISTA DOME 204).
  • 02 bus Tickets Machupicchu Pueblo to Machupicchu (roundtrip)
  • 01 Buffet lunch at Urubamba village.
  • 01 night in a Hotel 3 star in Aguas Calientes. Sierra Andina group (Andina Luxury or similar) based on sharing a room. SIA brand rooms all include private bathrooms with hot showers and Wi-Fi.

Not include

  • Waynapicchu.
  • Montaña.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Snacks.
  • Tips.

Packing List

  • Original passport.
  • Comfortable day backpack.
  • Lighter trekking boots.
  • Waterproof jacket/rain Poncho (depends on weather conditions).
  • Warm jacket.
  • T-shirts / Comfortable trousers / Sunhat
  • Windbreaker.
  • Sun protection cream.
  • Personal medication.
  • Camera with extra batteries


Maras Salt Mines + Machu Picchu 2 Day

Private Tour Maras Salt mines: *We do not add other people to your group.


  • Solo traveler $696. “prices reduce if there are more people in your group.”
  • 02 people $539.
  • 03 people $493.
  • 04 people $450.
  • 05 people $445.
  • 06 people $424.
  • 07 people + $420.

*Student discounts $ 20 off per person.

Travel Facts

What is the lost city of Machu Picchu?

Machu Picchu was probably built around 1450, during the glory years of the Inca Empire. In this period, the Empire was ruled by the Incas Pachacutec Yupanqui (1438-1471) and Tupac Yupanqui (1472-1493).

This citadel has impressive cultural and natural attractions as well as an ecological environment, very well preserved, which is why the Peruvian state declared it a Protected Natural Area in 1981.

Also, UNESCO declared it as a World Heritage Site. In this sanctuary, it is possible to find up to 350 birds, 200 species of orchids, ten different ecological zones (from glacial peaks to tropical zones), a network of Inca trails, and several archeological sites. And last but not least, the legendary city of Machu Picchu.

Where is Machu Picchu located?

Machu Picchu is located 80 km (50 miles) northwest of Cusco (Peru) at an altitude of 2,430 meters, 450 meters from the Urubamba River. It is about 112 kilometers from Cusco by train. This Inca site is surrounded by impressive and steep mountain ranges, separated by narrow valleys and deep ravines. Machu Picchu National Park is essential for its archaeological value and various ecosystems within its boundaries.

Travel to Machu Picchu

No trip to Peru is complete without visiting Machu Picchu (“Old Mountain” in Quechua). Because the Spaniards failed to find Machu Picchu, it was impossible to explore it.

This city remained well preserved and was not destroyed, and was only at the hands of the “Pachamama.” The Inca city is one of the reasons why it is one of the most important Inca ruins. In a worldwide Internet poll in 2007, Machu Picchu was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Archaeologists say that the Incas probably abandoned the city of Machu Picchu because the invasion of the Spanish conquistadors caused the death of most of the Incas, while others went into hiding.

Machu Picchu Entrance Schedule

The ruins of Machu Picchu open at 6 a.m. and are open until 6 p.m.

Luggage allowed on Machu Picchu.

It is not allowed to bring large backpacks to the archaeological site. The maximum size allowed is 25 liters. You can leave your luggage in the storage room of your hotel.

To enter the Inca city is not allowed to bring food, only drinks; it does forbid to use of tripods, drones, or selfie sticks.

Toilets in Machu Picchu

There is a restroom at the entrance of Machu Picchu, be sure to visit the toilets before entering. There are no restrooms inside the Inca city. The cost is approx. 0.75 USD.

How to get to Machu Picchu?

The best-known ways to get to Machu Picchu are:

By Train: The most economical way is to use the transports that you can find in the “Calle Pavitos,” these transports will take you to Ollantaytambo station. From where you can board your train to Machu Picchu. If you hire our travel agency “Kondor Path Tours,” you will not have to worry about anything. Since our transport will accompany you, our assistants will take care of everything. From here, you can get a train to Machu Picchu Pueblo, the closest point to the ruins, and from where you can take a bus that will take you to the ruins. If you choose this option, you will also find beautiful views along the way.

Hiking Tour to Machu Picchu: We can offer you the Inca Trail 04 days and Inca Trail 02 days if you are an adventure seeker.

These two routes through the mountains are an enjoyable and popular experience. Only a certain number of people can start this trek per day, so booking in advance is very important.

How to make the hike to Machu Picchu

If you are in good physical condition, you can challenge the slopes of the Machu Picchu mountain (where the Inca site does locate). This short hike will take you on an ascent of 600 meters to the top. It would help if you took care to acclimatize to the altitude, wear special footwear, and hydrate properly.

This incredible hike gives you breathtaking panoramic views of the entire valley, river, and surrounding mountains. This ascent does not represent much difficulty; even children can do it without worry. Don’t rush and arrive at your own pace; remember that you will be more than 3,000 meters above sea level!

Appreciating the hike to Huayna Picchu Mountain

In Quechua, Huayna Picchu means Young Mountain, and although it has a little-known name, this is the mountain that appears in all the best-known photos. Its exploration is less popular, but it is the most attractive for the most adventurous visitors of the Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary.

To make the ascent has a medium difficulty, in the climb, you will find very narrow paths with stunning views. It is a one-way road, so the descent is on the other side, and you can appreciate both sides of the mountain—definitely a unique and impressive tour.

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