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For all adventurous tourists, who loves to experience nature and above all tourists with the soul of travelers and with low resources, but want to live great adventures.
Machu Picchu by bus is a new alternative route created for all travelers looking for something different and economical.
Taking the bus by hydroelectric route you can see the famous snow-capped Verónica at 4400 meters above sea level, at Abra Málaga, we will descend taking the path to Quillabamba the convention by jungle edge at about 1200 masl, passing local towns of Santa María, Santa Teresa 1800 masl where the Flora of the area receives you with its beautiful colors.
This Alterna route shows you places where you can only arrive by car.
The departure will be 07:30 a.m. With the pick-up from your hotel, we will cross the Sacred Valley of Incas, and we will be able to appreciate the beautiful town of Ollantaytambo. We will continue the trip by a winding ascent towards the Malaga pass located at an altitude of 4316masl from where we can see the most beautiful landscapes of the Peruvian Andes.
After a short stop we will begin the descent towards the jungle passing through the different altitudinal floors that combine paradisiacal landscapes from majestic snow-capped mountains to the warm jungle. We will continue towards the town of Santa Maria. Located at an altitude of 1575 masl, to continue after a brief stop to the town of Santa Teresa. 1:00 p.m. approx. Where a delicious lunch will be waiting for us. After our lunch Finally we will continue reach Hydroelectric, where we begin a walk of two and a half hours (mostly flat) to get to Aguas Calientes (town of Machupicchu).
From the hydroelectric also have option to take a train (25 minutes) if you do not want to walk, but this has an extra cost of US$ 31 (95% of people are walking), when you arrive at Aguas Calientes and after accommodating in the accommodation, you will have a little free time to rest or visit the hot springs (entrance fee S/15). then we will have a dinner where at the end you will be given all the pre information for the next day (Overnight)
Second and last day of the tour Machupicchu by bus that starts very early (4:30 a.m.).
ascent to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.we prepare to begin our ascent to Machupicchu, this will be a walk of one hour and 40 minutes to reach Machupicchu, also have the option of taking a bus to climb the archaeological center of Machupicchu (25 minutes cost US$ 12), the first bus leaves at 5:10 a.m. Upon arrival at the gate of Machupicchu we will meet the guide and the group to start the tour, we will be walking receiving information from our guide for approximately two hours, this guided tour in Machu Picchu will be the main parts of the citadel, places of great importance as the temple of the sun, the Inca’s house, Water Mirrors Zone, Temple of the condor, Plaza Mayor, Intiwatana and others, then you will have free time for them to take photos and explore Machu Picchu on their own until 11:00 hrs. (total stay in the park 5 hours). (coordinate with your guide) to the ruins bridge, walking are 40 minutes by bus 25 minutes from here you will have to return walked to Hydroelectric which is from 2 hours to 3 hours and finally take the car between 14:45 – 15:00 in the private terminal to return to Cusco arriving at approximately 21.30 hours.
Briefing about the tour one day before in our office.
Tourist transportation Cusco – Hidroeléctrica – Cusco.
01 Lunch, 01 Dinner (Day 1) and 01 Breakfast Or Snacks (Day 2).
01 Night in Hostel in Aguas Calientes (Private room with bathroom and hot shower).
Entrance ticket to Machu Picchu.
Professional tour guide in Machu Picchu.
Bus to up and down to Machu Picchu $24.00 USS
(Optional)Train Aguas Calientes to hidroelctrica $ 31.00
Entrance to the thermal springs in Aguas Calientes US$5.
Last day meals.
A backpack with a change of clothes for the whole period of the trek. Recommended: T shirts, shorts and some warm clothes.
Rain jacket or poncho (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Cusco).
Strong, comfortable footwear.
Flashlight and batteries.
Hat or cap to protect you from the sun.
Sun block (sun protection cream).
Toiletries, towel and toilet paper.