The client is obliged to see his tourist visa, to enter Peru, the passport must be valid for at least 8 months. These regulations may vary, consult previously with the consulate of the country where you will travel.
The visitor’s stay in Machu Picchu will be a maximum of four (4) hours from the time of his entry until his departure, between 6:00 and 4:00 p.m., according to the respective registration (it closes at 5:30 p.m.) , except for the income that combines with alternate routes 1: Mountain Qaynapicchu and 2: Mountain Machu Picchu….
In the hotel reservations in Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Ecuador, all tourists are exempt from paying taxes, for this, it is necessary to present the original passport with the stamp of entry to the country at the time of check in. In the case of a shared room, if one of the passengers does not have the requirements for tax exemption, the whole room will be affected by said tax and must be paid according to the percentage of each country.
Machu Picchu is an Inca city built in a green environment of mountains and rivers, an impressive historical place, a mystical and mysterious place, full of energy; In addition, it is a mixed heritage of humanity and one of the most desired destinations in the world. It is located in a cloud forest between the Cordillera de los Andes and the jungle edge of the Amazon, at 2,400 m.s., in the middle of two mountains, surrounded by other mountains. Only 2,500 people can enter Machu Picchu every day; to enter by the Inca road, you will cross mountain passages and beautiful jungle landscapes; If you choose to come by train, this will take you from the town of Ollantaytambo through the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Incas.
The time is not really a problem in Machu Picchu the minimum temperatures vary between 8 ºC and the maximum ones around 20 ºC. We recommend that you always carry something raincoat with you, because the geography of Machu Picchu means that rain can fall at any time of the year. However, there are big differences between coming in the rainy season or during the dry season; If you definitely do not want to get wet, you can choose to come between the months of April and October, dry season, but coming in the rainy season also has its advantages, lower prices, fewer people and Machu Picchu in its more intense green. The intermediate months (April and September), offer the best of both seasons.
It is the simplest way to get to Machu Picchu; Well, it’s really this, or walk for 4 days through the Inca Trail. The train to Machu Picchu departs from Ollantaytambo, following the course of the Urubamba River through the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Incas. You can buy the train tickets of the companies Peru Rail or Inca Rail, each one has different services, from economic, to luxury services, all on board. The reservation of train tickets depends on your dates of entry to Machu Picchu.