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MACHU PICCHU

 

Latika Cusco Travel has designed several day tours and complete packages to let travelers learn about the Inca and pre-Inca cultures. Latika Cusco Travel’s goal is to provide all the necessary information about the history and beauty of Cusco as well as to provide the best customer service possible and Cusco Travel details. Latika Cusco Travel has prepared a short overview about Cusco and its surroundings. The history of Cusco started about 3,000 years ago when a few inhabitants of the Tiahuanaco Culture decided to settle next to the River Huatanay. During the 1000s the Incas settled in Cusco, but it was Inca Pachacutec the Emperor who converted Cusco in the Empire of the Incas.

 

Nowadays, Cusco is a cosmopolitan city where it is possible to find the best of the Southern Peruvian culture. Latika Cusco Travel believes that the mysticism of Cusco will make you feel as if you are in a different world. Most people planning to stay in Cusco for one or two days go back home regretting their choice.

 

 

MACHU PICCHU Day 1 : Cusco

 

You will be picked up from the airport and driven you to your hostel or hotel. You will have the remainder of the day to relax and acclimatize to the altitude of Cusco. You will stay overnight at the hostel or hotel of your choice (selected from the list shown below).

 

MACHU PICCHU Day 2 : Cusco – Sacred Valley – Aguas Calientes (B)

 

At 9:00a.m. you will start your guided group Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour, which will take you through the amazing Urubamba Valley to the marketplace and ruins of Pisac. Afterwards, you will stop at a local restaurant to enjoy lunch (not included in the package) and will then visit the native town of Ollantaytambo and its ruins. After the tour, you will take the backpacker train to Aguas Calientes, where you will stay the night at the hostel or hotel of your choice (selected from our list shown below).

MACHU PICCHU Day 3 : Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes - Cusco (B)

 

Today a two hour guided tour of Machu Picchu will show you why it was voted one of the Seven Wonders of the World. After your tour, you will have plenty of time to hike the Huayna Picchu Mountain or just wander around at your leisure. In the afternoon, one or two hours before your train departure, you should take the bus down to Aguas Calientes, where you will take the backpacker train to Poroy, Cusco. *Upon arrival in Poroy, you will be driven to your hostel or hotel located in Cusco.

*If there are no train tickets available for the listed train (sometimes tickets are sold out several months in advance), you will take the backpacker train from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo. From Ollantaytambo, you will be driven to your hotel in Cusco. If this issue arises, we will inform you within one month prior to your departure date.

 

MACHU PICCHU Day 4 : Cusco (B)

 

Today you will be picked up from your hostel or hotel and taken to Cusco’s airport for your flight to Lima.

 

End of our services.

 

§         MACHU PICCHU INCLUDED

§         All pick ups and drop offs stated on the itinerary

§         2 Nights in Cusco and 1 Night in Aguas Calientes

§         Bilingual and professional tour guides

§         Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour - Group service

§         Machu Picchu Tour – Private service

§         Entrance tickets to all attractions stated on the itinerary

§         Backpacker train ticket Ollantaytambo / Aguas Calientes / Poroy, Cusco*

§         Meals as stated on the itinerary (3B)

§         Quality service

§         MACHU PICCHU EXCLUDED

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§         Airfare

§         Airport fees

§         Meals not specified on the itinerary

§         Tips

§         Travel Insurance (Highly recommended)

§         Personal expenses

 

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