min 2 / max 10
2430 m / 7932 ft
If your short on time but still want to partake in a little luxury while traveling to a historical site, then the 2 day Luxury tour to Machu Picchu is an experience you’ll never want to forget. This all-inclusive service doesn’t hold back as it takes you on one of the most fantastic journeys by train you’ll ever make. You’ll start by boarding a train in the community of Poroy, which is right outside the city of Cusco. From there, you’ll enjoy exquisite dining along with spectacular and panoramic scenery that’ll give you a breathtaking glimpse of Peru. You’ll follow the Urubamba River as the train takes you to Machu Picchu.
The journey will offer views of splendid meadows, lush mountains, glacier views, and luxurious food and drink. The train ride is only approximately 4 hours long but feels like you’re being pampered as you travel through the lands of the Andes Mountains. Lush green valleys will greet you with their vibrant color, and the ride will end at the cloud forest where Machu Picchu rests.
When you arrive, you’ll transfer to the Sanctuary Lodge Hotel, where your luxurious experience will continue before you visit the ancient and enigmatic Inca city of Machu Picchu the next day. After an immersive experience and tour of this Inca ruin, you head back to Cusco in the same luxury you had on arriving trip. This 2 day luxury tour to Machu Picchu is truly a memorable experience that will leave you full of wonder and memories that will last a lifetime.
From start to finish, this luxury train tour to Machu Picchu is perfect if you’re short on time and need a little pampering in your life. With beautiful scenery and luxurious service and transportation, this tour can’t be missed.
We start the day with a pick up at your selected hotel at 8am. We travel to Ollantaytambo (2 hrs approx.) where we will take the 11:30 am train to Aguas Calientes arriving at 2pm. Once you have checked in at our hotel, you will have the rest of the day to explore the town of Aguas Calientes.
If you love history then the Machu Picchu Museum is a great place to visit. The museum highlights pre-Inca times with a collection of Inca artifacts. The Orchid Gardens is another location to visit which is about a 30 minute walk from Aguas Calientes. The site has a rustic feel filled with a variety of beautiful orchids on display. Or enjoy the rest of day relaxing to the thermal waters of the Hot Springs, in Aguas Calientes.
Today we hop on a bus and make the journey (30 minutes drive approx.) to the citadel of Machu Picchu.
Our guide will welcome you with a 2 hour guided tour and take you to the most important temples and enclosures Machu Picchu has to offer. After the tour, you will have free time to explore the citadel on your own.
In the afternoon, we will be departing Aguas Calientes to board the train at 2:30pm (depending on availability) and arrive to Cusco at roughly 7:00 p.m.
At Machu Picchu Tours, a representative will organize a simple meeting the night before your tour or trek starts. During this meeting, you meet fellow adventures or tourists and gain valuable information regarding all aspects of your trip. If you do arrive late, your Machu Picchu Tours representative will leave you a message regarding the time and meeting details for the next morning.
For those of you who have purchased your arrival through Machu Picchu Tours, or if the entry was part of the cost of your chosen tour, please note the following:
Your arrival has been arranged dependent on the flight information that you provided to us. If there is a flight schedule change within 48 hours of your regularly scheduled arrival time, please let us know in advance. It is highly recommended that you contact us at +51974378488 so your transfer from the airport to the hotel can be adjusted.
Your luggage is limited due to the train restrictions, even if its an overnight tour. All bags that you bring to Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu) should be carry-on only. All extra luggage can be left safely in Cusco at your hotel or the Machu Picchu Tours office depot while you enjoy your tour or trek. We’ll take them from you on the morning of your journey and return them once you’re back in Cusco. Make sure your bags are appropriately identified, so it’s easy to locate them.
Baggage on the trains to and from Machu Picchu is limited to 1 backpack that doesn’t exceed 8kg or 17 pounds. Its linear dimensions should be within 158cm or 62 inches. Luggage storage may be arranged with your guide if necessary. Depending on your itinerary, tagged luggage can be stored at your hotel in Cusco until you return from Machu Picchu.
Please note any type of bag or bagged when visiting Machu Picchu. A bag can be no bigger than 40cm, or 157 inches high X 35cm or 14 inches wide X 20cm or 8 inches deep as anything bigger won’t be permitted into the citadel. There is storage near the citadel. Even if your bags are already tagged with ID tags, please use any Machu Picchu Tours luggage tags. This makes it easier for Machu Picchu Tours staff to find and manage your luggage for you.
Travel insurance is essential as it offers you protection against circumstances like trip cancelations, delays or interruptions, loss of baggage, medical emergencies, and other problems that may occur. There are medical evacuation plans that are offered for additional protection in case of an emergency. At Machu Picchu Tours, we care about your health, and our recommended affiliate will fly you on their ICU-equipped aircraft to the hospital of your choice.
We recommend that you purchase a form of travel insurance to protect your travel investment.
Yes! Please bring your original passport. It must be the same passport number information you sent us when you booked your entrance into Machu Picchu, train ticket(s), and other entrances or reservations. The site rangers will check your passport when you enter Machu Picchu. The train company will also do the same before you board.
If you do happen to renew your passport, you can send us your old passport information to secure your permit. Once you get the new one, we change it for a nominal USD$10 fee per person. Keep in mind, and we need an old copy of your passport and the new one to make any changes. Before you make any changes, keep your old one.
Note: If you don’t want to pay this fee, bring both passports to Peru. You can enter Peru with your most recent passport but will need to show both to be allowed entrance into Machu Picchu or on the train. If you don’t have both, then you won’t be allowed access. This is a strict policy that must always be adhered to.
We had John from Machu Picchu Tours for a trip in December and found him to be incredible. His English is excellent, he is clear and concise with any instructions, easy to understand unlike other guides we have had. His knowledge is informative yet he keeps things friendly and funny. Nothing seemed to be too much trouble. If we were taking another trip to Peru and in particular around the Cusco area we would 100% recommend this business. When you’re taking a trip to somewhere like this which is once in a lifetime you want to make sure everything is perfect and it definitely was. Thanks again.
Marina and Matt
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