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The government receives a lot of money for a place that has no maintenance, remains dirty and is full of tourists all the time. Getting on the bus to the site is panic since drivers believe they are in a rally race on a very...More
But if I do need to say more then this excursion now works better than before with a good structure.
Buses (buy your tkt before) up to Machu Picchu are now in time slots and very frequent.
Get ahead of the crowd.
You’ll need passport...More
How anyone can give one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World anything less than five stars is beyond me. Yes, there are lots of people there (tourists just like you) and yes, sometimes it gets a bit crowded in tighter areas (again, because...More
We took the train from Cusco and then a bus up to the entrance way. They do have a policy of no umbrellas. We had a private guide who was informative and gave context to everything we saw. He worked for the train that we...More
We had been looking forward to this experience, and it did not disappoint. We went up on the IncaRail train from the Sacred Valley and stayed overnight in Aguas Cailentes. The bus ride up to the site was an experience in itself - don't look...More
Blasphemy?? I was slightly underwhelmed - perhaps the gap between my high expectation & reality. May be if I didn’t have such high expectation??? Don’t get me wrong - the vistas are breathtaking; high up in the alps; so isolated & inaccessible; high altitude agriculture;...More
Amazing experience. It is quite a journey to get here but worth it. We took the IncaRail Voyager train from Sacred Valley's Ollanta Station to the town of Aguas Calientes where shuttle buses will take you up to Machu Picchu. We went as part of...More
The way of jungle was hidden years and years for Quechua people. The Inca had their place for to be alone. No women no children only warriors. Enjoy the place. If you can stay the nigth before in Aguas Calientes and get up early and...More