Cusco & Machu Picchu Tour Classic, Cusco Tours 4 Days 3 Nights, is the essential tour of Cusco, visiting the most important Inca sites around Cusco then into the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. We’ll visit the most important religious icons within the city of Cusco, one Inca, one Spanish: the Coricancha Sun Temple and the Cusco Cathedral.
On the outskirts of Cusco our tour takes us to the Sacsaywaman Archaeological Park, the home of a major Inca temple and other Inca shrines.
A historic and cultural tour through the Sacred Valley of the Incas leads us to Machu Picchu where we witness a world wonder. Cusco and its environs are sure to amaze and inspire you; join us on this trip of a lifetime.
Activities: Cusco City tour and Nearby ruins, Full day tour to Sacred Valley of the Incas with the markets of Pisac with Ollantaytambo Sun Temple and Machu Picchu tour with overnight at Machu Picchu Pueblo (Aguas Calientes).
Customizable: YES, feel free to ask for extra services or modifications such as a typical Pachamanca lunch cooked underground or a Despacho offering to Pachamama (Mother Earth) with an Andean shaman which are options available for our private tours and a buffet dinner with Andean folkloric show which is available as an add on for all of our tours group or private.
Always wanted to see Machu Picchu? Overwhelmed by the plethora of other incredible tourist attractions Cusco has to offer? Want to see as much of Peru´s most sacred region as possible?
This quick four-day tour is perfect for travelers who want to see the best of Cusco and Machu Picchu in just a few days. You can relax and enjoy the region´s rich heritage, while we take care of all the planning and logistics for you!
Tour Cusco & Machu Picchu Tour Classic 4D / 3N
You will stay in quality hotels and hostels specially selected by our agency, and receive included private transportation to and from the airport on the first and last days of your tour.
Please note that meals are not included on this tour; however, with several excellent restaurants in Cusco, you will have no trouble finding plenty to eat!
Machu Picchu Classic 4 Days FAQs
The best time to travel to Machu Picchu goes from May to October, in winter. Temperatures are much lower, reaching less than 5 ° C, but it does not rain as in the other months of the year between December and April. The best months are June and July, times of winter sun. The recommended week is June 24 when the Inti Raymi sun party begins. But there are too many people for the holiday season in the United States, so you have to book all hotels and tours in advance
Machu Picchu Open at 6:00 am and Close at 5:00 pm.
Many people ask about Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Montaña and few people know the difference about this 2 climbing hike mountains in Machu Picchu.
Huayna picchu: It is located at the northeast area and it is famous because since the summit you can enjoy a beautiful landscape and Machu Picchu.
huaynapicchu have a steep road and people arrive to the summit in approximately 45 minutes hike up. In the summit you can enjoy and take picture for not longer then 20 minutes. This is because huaynaPicchu pick do not have a big space and not to of people can login there.
if you plan hike up to Huayna Picchu You need to book in advance . it cost 25 American dollars per person.
Huayna Picchu altitude: 2789 masl.
Montaña Machu Picchu: It is the taller Mountain. You need at list 3:30 hours to enjoy the hike up to this Montaña. This mountain ofer different altitudes view of Machu Picchu and also a amazing panoramic view of all machu picchu, Aguas calientes, hidroelectrica and others areas around.
In the summit you can spend longer time. this is because not lot of people go to this mountain yet because the new accest it is.
if you plan hike up to Montaña, You need to book in advance . it cost 25 American dollars per person.
Montaña altitude: 3240 masl.
No. Most Travelers go to Machu Picchu in the traditional way. That is, they embark on the train from Cusco to the town of Aguas Calientes (3:30 am) and spend the night in Machupicchu after hot water from the bus to Machu Picchu (30 min). The Inca Trail is indicated only for those who are in good physical condition, willing to take long walks and camp for at least three days in the mountains that are can go with Travel Agencies. In one way or another the starting point for everyone is the city of Cusco, it depends on the schedules agreed with the operators.
To get to Machu Picchu it is mandatory to arrive before to acclimatize. To get to Cusco, leaving Argentina, the fastest and safest way is to fly from Buenos Aires Lima then to Cusco, because there are no direct flights to Cusco, if they are in Brazil in the same way there are no direct international flights to Cusco, Some international agencies offer packages from their country, but do not trust them, because they are not updated on the weather and the conditions of visits to Machu Picchu so it can be difficult to get used to the Peruvian population, so ask a local operator
Yes, it is very safe a single road that leads from the town of hot waters through the Zigzag Inca stairs, an average of two hours maximum. If you go up early take a flashlight because as there are forests some steps look dark even at that time of night, so ask your tour operator.
From July 1, 2017 all visitors must hire a professional guide, at the door of Machu Picchu, or also in the town of Aguas Calientes in the tourist information office of the local government, if it is in group-to-private service, with the purpose that visitors plan the time of their visit in Machu Picchu with a maximum time of 4 hours until 12:00 pm. To allow the next group to pass late shift.
Cusco travel agents have guides in all languages, you can hire in advance since at the last hour prices range between 30 to 50 dollars per person, especially at the door of Machu Picchu.
It can not. The last camp is located at the foot of the Inca trail, the place called ruins bridges, there you can rent carapas from the Ministry of Culture is 1h30 walk before reaching Machu Picchu. If you want to know only Machu Picchu you must take the train back and forth to Cusco, you will have to sleep in a hotel in the town of Aguas Calientes that is at the foot of the mountain of Machu Picchu also known as Machupicchu town, there are many hotels in different costs
NO, Machu Picchu never closes. It only closes on the days when it rains a lot and there is a train cut to take tourists or there is a Natural disaster that does not allow travelers to reach by any of the roads, as happened in 2014 that closed for three months because that the railway line was razed by the river almost 15 km from Lardo, that is the risk of traveling in February. But the most normal everything works contact us
To visit the main temples and climb to Wayna Picchu it takes a long time, so it is now advisable to visit Machu Picchu in two days, and another day to Waynapicchu, because in a 4-hour shift it is almost not enough, so you must take Holidays with more days of stay, if you do not have time then I only recommend visiting Machu Picchu and so you will visit very quietly
Yes, there are visitor limits in Machu Picchu for each day. The maximum allowed is 2500 visitors per day. For the Inca trail, only 500 travelers per day are included, including guides and porters. And to go up to Waynapicchu and have that spectacular view above Machu Picchu, only 400 people are allowed per day in both shifts, so ask your local operator in Cusco, and organize your visiting shifts.
Due to the international organization called UNESCO, the Peruvian government can not take more than three thousand people a day, so they are distributed in two shifts of 200 people to climb that famous mountain called Wayna Picchu, inside it they are located as the Inca caves , the Inca bridge, and temple of the moon, therefore it is very interesting if you have a good physical condition
This is the dumbest question they asked me in my whole life, I say no, it's like saying that the earth is splitting in two, which is not true, Machu Picchu is built on the basis of a solid rock or earthquake of 20 degrees could not be disarmed or within the reach of the rivers Machu Picchu is located on a giant stone mountain, type of limestone, granite, volcanic stones, the Inca engineers chose this unique place where there is the eternal security of a political administration town , economic, administrative, military of the Incas, 100% safe with 10 ° earthquake could fall