At 4 am you will be picked up from your hotel and go on a 2-hour drive towards Ollantaytambo. Here you will board the Machupicchu Train but we will get off from the train on Km 104 this is before Aguas Calientes town last stop of the Peru Rail Train Station. You will pass the control center and start walking gradually up onto the Inka trail towards the Wiñayhuayna Inca site. You’ll have a chance to explore the Inka remains and your Tour leader will explain to you valuable information about the area afterward you will make a stop in Winayhuayna campsite to enjoy your lunch.and use facilities.
You will continue walking the Inca Trail for 2 more hours until the Sun Gate is reached. This is the main entrance to Machupicchu. You’ll be able to take plenty of photographs here. Please note that only a portion of Machu Picchu is open to you at this point. You will have access to the full archeological site on the next day. After you’ve taken your dream pictures you’ll take the Bus to Aguas Calientes town and enjoy a nice hot shower at your hotel before dinner.
After your adventure on this best two day Inca trail, We strongly recommend you to wake up early in the morning for many reasons. We want you to avoid long lines at the bus station so you can catch one of the first buses to Machu Picchu. It will truly be a beautiful and spectacular view. After two hours of a guided tour, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the site on your own.
If you have purchased the optional entrance to either Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain your tour leader will drop you off at the entrance while you go and explore on your own. You’ll be informed by what time to return to Aguas Calientes for lunch (not included) and then board the train back to Ollantaytambo or Poroy, depending on your schedule. Tour Leaders Peru is going to make sure about your transportation, We will be waiting for you out the site of the Peru rail train Station and take you back to Cusco and drop you off at your respective hotel.
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