Machu Picchu – Travel groups for women only, 05 days organized to explore the Andes of the Cusco, the city tour of Cusco, the Sacred Valley, and the short Inca trail to Machu Picchu & ending at the rainbow mountain.
Machupicchu Vacations for Women Only – Planning who can tackle a trip to the lost city of the Incas in different ways. Machu Picchu sits 2400 meters/11,000+ feet and makes a stroll feel like the hike of your life. Our adventure woman guide is deeply proud of their Inca heritage, and their knowledge makes the tour come alive. You can go hiking in the Andes or travel by train, an incredible trip from Cuzco to Aguas Calientes. Peru is incredibly diverse and full of adventures.
You’ll visit the fortress Sacsayhuaman and its megalithic stone terraces; Qenko, with its carved stone surfaces and subterranean altars; the Puca-Pucara fortress, and the water temple of Tambo-Machay.
Today we travel by train 104 kilometers away. We have an impressive view of Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu, and the Vilcabamba forest from Inti Punku.
Aguas Calientes overnight.
Machu Picchu 2 hours of a guided tour, we return to Cusco by train and vehicle in the afternoon.
We choose the shortest and safest route to start the adventure; Only 60 minutes of walking. Enjoy the best panoramic and bright views. We leave Cusco at 6:00 am, and we return at 5:30 pm.
Thanks for coming to Inca Land
Machu Picchu’s nearby town, Aguas Caliente (Hot Water), has come long. It is slowly taking on the tourist feel of Cuzco, with numerous hotels, restaurants, and craft shops. It can only be reached by rail. Therefore, much of the town revolves around the rail line, which runs right through its center. Many will come for the day, and the rest come for one night before returning to Cuzco the next morning or afternoon. Prices tend to be higher here than elsewhere, and there is little to do other than enjoy the many tourist restaurants and shops. The heat and humidity are more intense here than in Cuzco or elsewhere, as the town and ruins sit in an upper Amazon cloud forest. Many returns to Machu Picchu sunburned, so be sure to carry sunscreen.
Most tourist amenities, such as Internet cafés, a small medical center, and a police station, are available within a few minutes. There are ATMs at this time, but most places accept credit cards and traveler’s checks, which can exchange money at hotels and tour offices.
To get to Machu Picchu from Aguas Caliente, you have two options: taking a bus or walking the steep 8-km/4.8-mile road to the top of the ancient citadel. Buses run from town to the entrance of Machu Picchu every few minutes from 6 am until the evening and cost $12.00 each way. They leave and return when complete. You can buy tickets from the office at Río Urubamba Bridge. There will likely be people and buses lined up at the spot.
There are only two attractions worth mentioning in town: the thermal baths and a short hike. The Aguas Calientes of Aguas Caliente does set up like a swimming pool. A hot, steaming swimming pool. The collection is on Av. Pachacutec, about 15 minutes from the town’s small Plaza, Plaza Manco Capac. If you hiked here for several days, the thermal bath would do wonders for your muscles and that revolting smell coming off you. Open 5 am-8:30 pm. Admission 20 soles. Although most people are too tired from getting to Aguas Caliente to even think of hiking anywhere, some retain enough energy to climb the sacred mountain of Putukusi.
The top of the mountain has unparalleled views of Machu Picchu. You must go to the railroad just out of town to get there. At the sign that says Km 111, a trail of stone steps leads up the mountain for about two hours. The climb down takes half that time.
Shopping in Machu Picchu Town
Aguas Caliente is flourishing in selling crafts, though prices tend to be higher than Cuzco or elsewhere. But it is a town where you often have time to buy great items. Vendors are set up everywhere; the largest handicraft market is just before the train station entrance.
Machu Picchu Mountain Climb
Machu Picchu is simply stunning, breathtakingly gorgeous. The ancient city is so remote, so high up, and surrounded by mountains as beautiful as it is. It is a dream-like setting if there ever was one.
Machu Picchu Peru is the most popular on the continent and the driving force in tourism to Peru. But it is getting overwhelmed with visitors now. Tourism here increases every year. You must book hotels, trains, and tours earlier during the high season. The site is very crowded from May to Sept, with thousands of people visiting it daily. By around noon, most are there at the same time. Restrictions are necessary if Machu Picchu wants to remain for years to come.
Huayna Picchu Mountain Climb
Huayna Picchu, which means “Young Mountain” in Quechua, is the peak that looms over the ruins. What can climb it via a steep stone-paved trail? The climb gives bragging rights to those who complete it. The record is 17. The average times range from about 55 minutes. The view at the top is incredible, and you can see the entire site and excellent views of the mountains and valleys surrounding you. Several buildings and terraces are being restored. The path getting there is steep and, at some points, very narrow; passing someone coming down can be tricky.
The Temple of the Moon
The Moon Temple can be reached on the way up or down from Huayna Picchu, although few make the trip. Some exciting stonework consists of a carved altar, throne, and other caverns and niches with very little to do with lunar observation. The trip takes about an hour each way.
WAYS TO SEE MACHU PICCHU
PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2022, in a Double room or Matrimonial
*Student discounts $ 40 off per person.
Machu Picchu trips only women 05 days / 04 nights
2nd. STEP | First down payment.