Our prices include:
- Daily breakfast.
- International air ticket to the city of Lima. Local air ticket to the city of Cusco. Local air ticket from the city of Juliaca to Lima.
- Six nights of accommodation in three-star hotels.
- I pick up from the hotels to make the tours.
- Transfer hotel / airport and train stations.
- Admission ticket to all places to visit.
- Maritime transport on Lake Titicaca.
- International travel insurance.
- All taxes and charges.
When canceling at least 30 days before the scheduled visit, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel between 29 and 08 days before the scheduled visit, there is a 50% cancellation fee.
And if within 7 days of the scheduled visit your request is granted, there is a cancellation fee of 100%.
- Entry tickets sell out early for Machu Picchu, especially in the Peruvian winter (May–September). Book this tour well ahead of time.
- All travelers have to visit with a licensed guide.
- Selfie sticks, tripods, and strollers are not allowed at Machu Picchu.
- One of the most iconic views of Machu Picchu is seen from the top of Huayna Picchu mountain.
- It has to be reserved ahead of time so please call us (862) 371 – 6161 to coordinate it.
- All this tour requires a fair amount of physical fitness, particularly given the high altitude in the Andes mountains.
- Give yourself at least one day in Cusco city to acclimatize.
- Carry on your passport to present it in your hotel register, ride on trains and tours.
- Drinking coca tea (coca leaves infusion) is recommended upon arrival at your lodging.
- If necessary, it is advisable to take a pill for “altitude sickness”.
- During your stay in Cusco it is not advisable to eat heavy or fatty foods.
- Wear a cotton shirt (if you like long sleeves to avoid getting burned in the sun).
- Jeans pants, rain jacket. The Inca ruins offer little shade, so remember to bring sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat.
Sneakers for hiking or trekking.
- If there is rain, you can buy disposable rain poncho in the City of Cusco (Our staff in Cusco city will guide you in the purchase).
- Lightweight bag or backpack to carry your essential things when you visit the citadel of Machu Picchu.
Repellent and lip moisturizer.
- Camera and battery charger.
- Secure your luggage with padlocks.
- Bottle of water to drink.
- Extra money to buy souvenirs or others. Preferably in soles (Peruvian currency).
- It is a tradition to give tip to tourist guides. However, consider it as a voluntary act.
- Pick up a pair of walking sticks—you’ll be glad you did.