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Santuario Historico de Machu Picchu

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Reviewed yesterday

Absolutely fantastic trip my wife and I both had to Machu Picchu. It´s all thanks to a travel company called Uncover Latin America who we were recommended through a friend at work. Chris helped us plan our trip, he´s got many years of experience and...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Machu Picchu is worth the visit, so I will skip the reason to visit and talk about the journey to get there and back. I purchased tickets for the Vista Train from Cuzco to Machu Picchu. The online purchase was easy but you still must...More

Thank Ira S
Reviewed 2 days ago

Everyone should afford themselves the luxury to visit Machu Picchu. I was personally not convinced I needed to go until I saw it. We were lucky to have a beautiful day and guide who showed us all around the side in about 2-3 hours. We...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Machu Picchu was everything I had anticipated and much more! Myself, my husband and Ed, our Adventure Life guide, arrived in the afternoon on a beautiful day in September. The crowds were beginning to dissipate so at times there were no other people around, although...More

Thank SDCooks
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a surreal experience! Our group (I traveled with OAT) went into the National Park twice, the afternoon we arrived and early the next morning. Were able to see and walk around the main city area the first time and the next morning we...More

Thank TravelNewbie2009
Reviewed 3 days ago

The bus trip from Machu Picchu Pueblo is as thrilling as the site itself. The road is about a lane and a half wide, so the drivers must be curteous and share the road, especially on the many curves. The site itself is breathtaking. Beautifully...More

Thank 96Karen
Reviewed 3 days ago

I hate to say it but I've been waiting about fifty years to see Machu Picchu. Was I disappointed? HELL NO! My wife said I was like a kid in a candy shop as I left her behind with our guide and trotted ahead to...More

1  Thank PalosVerdesAviator
Reviewed 3 days ago

Despite loads of tourists, this place remained magical. It is not easy to describe this place, it is just something to see in person. We are definitely coming back.

Thank Selma A
Reviewed 4 days ago

So worthwhile to see this Inka treasure. I was dealing with some altitude issues which did not interfere with visiting the citadel. Going higher would have been too much but the main site in itself is so magnificent in its position and engineering perfection. One...More

Thank TorontoRover
Reviewed 4 days ago

Bucket list! So glad we were still young enough to do it. LOL! We had an excellent private guide, James with twoworldsperutours.com. We even took one of the additional hikes.

Thank Chris V
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gaildevonshirelass
3 September 2018|
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Response from Helen G | Reviewed this property |
Hi, was there about 2 weeks ago. You don’t have to have a guide. Plenty of official guides, with badges, at the gate. Don’t know how much they cost. We didn’t climb Huaynu Picchu, we climbed Montana Picchu, but it’s the... More
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Liz H
20 August 2018|
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Response from mariobandoc | Reviewed this property |
0 Votos Looks a real travel agency, and the street location is verified. If your looking some info for your travel FOR FREE please visitus on machupicchuaudioguidecom
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Response from milagrosmendez429 | Reviewed this property |
The sunrise hotel was in Aguas Calientes we were also in the Beldmont hotel which is right there next to the ruins is the only hotel next to the ruins ..
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