For centuries Machu Picchu was buried in jungle, until Hiram Bingham stumbled upon it in 1911. Machu Picchu was a stunning find. The only major Inca site to escape 400 years of looting and destruction, it was remarkably well preserved. And it was no ordinary Inca settlement. It sat in an inaccessible location above the Urubamba Gorge, and contained so many fine buildings that people have puzzled over its meaning ever since…
The guided tours takes about two hours, after which you will have time to take pictures or rest in the main square. After the visit, a bus will take you down to Aguas Calientes for lunch. Finally, you will return by train back to Ollantaytambo, where a bus will wait for you and bring you back to Los Apus Hotel & Mirador in Cusco.
-Transportation from Hotel Los Apus to the train station.
-Train ticket to Aguas Calientes and return
-Round trip bus tickets Aguas Calientes-Machu Picchu-Aguas Calientes
-Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu sanctuary
-Professional guide (Spanish or English)
Lunch at Aguas Calientes
HIRAM BINGHAM SERVICE INCLUDES: Lunch and open bar.
-Turistical train: US$ 255 / S/. 660.00 incl. taxes (10% service and 18% Government taxes)
-First class train: US$ 295 / S/. 767.00 incl. taxes (10% service and 18% Government taxes)
-Hiram Bingham train: US$ 855 / S/. 2225.00 incl. taxes (10% service and 18% Government taxes)
Note: referencial prices subject to changes without notice.