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In CuscoPeru.com we have a team of experienced professionals in tourism ready to offer all their knowledge and the best service to the passenger, to make your visit to Cusco an unforgettable experience. We invite you to enjoy the 1 day Machu Picchu Tour and recharge your energies in this magical city of the Incas, rest assured that we will have everything organized for you, on this trip to Cusco and Machu Picchu FULL DAY.


MACHU PICCHU 1 DAY. Very early we will transfer from your hotel to the train station in Ollantaytambo - 1h 45min by car approx - providing you with a personalized service since we manage small groups.
It’s here where we will board the train that passes through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1h 45min by train approx. On this route you will enjoy beautiful landscapes until you reach the town of Aguas Calientes.
It’s in Aguas Calientes that we can take the bus that will take us to the Archaeological Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. The trip takes 30 minutes, finally we will arrive at Machu Picchu, you will be amazed by this monument considered one of the 7 wonders of the Modern World, immediately our official guide will start the guided tour so that you can better know the history and architecture of the City Machu Picchu Inca.
In the afternoon we finish the 1-day tour boarding the return train and we will pick you up from the station to transfer you to your hotel in Cusco.

Important: The indicated train schedules are referential and may vary based on the departures of the availability of the trains.


  • Information prior to the tour one day before the trip in Cusco.
  • Personalized transfers from your hotel in Cusco to the train station in Ollantaytambo, round trip.
  • Train ticket Ollantaytambo - Aguas Calientes, round trip.
  • Bus ticket Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu, round trip.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Professional English – Spanish guided tour. (Ask for other languages with additional prices only in private service).


  • Hotel in Cusco, meals, Ingress to Huayna Picchu (according to availability) and other services not mentioned.

Itinerary Tour Machu Picchu 1 day | Machu Picchu full day

Machu Picchu 1 Day tour From Cusco:

Very early in the morning we will pick them up from your hotel in Cusco, to travel by 1h 45min approx. In car to the train station located in the town of Ollantaytambo, it’s here that you will board the train that passes through the Sacred Valley of the Incas in a fantastic route that goes from the Andes to the jungle in Aguas Calientes, this fantastic trip by train lasts 1 45min. Upon reaching this little town, our representative will be waiting for you to assist you until you take the bus that will transfer you to the Archaeological sanctuary of Machu Picchu, the bus trip takes 30 minutes.

Finally we will arrive at the Historical Sanctuary to perform our Tour to Machu Picchu, Recharge Energies opens the arms and feels the magic of this millenary place, enjoy the impressive view from the Inca citadel, it is surely a moment you waited eagerly. After the unforgettable moment, our guide will begin the tour that will last approximately 2 hours for you to know the history and architecture of this wonderful place, you should know that currently the visit time is limited to a maximum of 3 hours. Within the Citadel of Machu Picchu we can know the areas in which it was divided, its population distribution and know some important details, such as knowing that despite being isolated, it could be sustained.

After the tour, we will return by Bus to Aguas Calientes, where he will have time to lunch and explore the town of Aguas Calientes that has many restaurants and craft stores. Here we will board the train back to Ollantaytambo where our representative will wait for him with a sign and his name written, our transport will lead them to his hotel in Cusco and we finish our full day tour to Machu Picchu in one day.


  • Train schedules to Machu Picchu can vary based on the availability.
  • Income to Machu Picchu usually is sold out quickly, reserve their trip in advance.


  • Information prior to the tour one day before the trip in Cusco.
  • Personalized transfers from your hotel in Cusco to the train station in Ollantaytambo, round trip.
  • Train ticket Ollantaytambo - Aguas Calientes, round trip.
  • Bus ticket Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu, round trip.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu.
  • Professional English – Spanish guided tour. (Ask for other languages with additional prices only in private service).


  • Hotel in Cusco, meals, Entrance ticket to Huaynapicchu (ask for availability) 
  • Other services not mentioned.


  • Bring your identity or passport document with which you buy the income.
  • Arrive to the train station 30 minutes before your departure.
  • Do not take a lot of luggage, only 7kg are allowed on the train.
  • We suggest bringing a small backpack along with your camera, a hat, sunscreen, mosquito repellent and a bottle of water.
  • In Machu Picchu you will climb many steps, wear proper walking shoes.
  • After the guided tour in Machu Picchu, enjoy the magical moment, open your arms and recharge your energy.
  • Visit the hot springs.


We have two options based on the type of train, the price is per person. Ask for our seasonal offers and promotions for last minute reservations. If the hotel of your preference is not in our offer request a quote and we will respond very quickly; if you have questions regarding prices, destinations or tour, we will gladly assist you. Write to us at info@cuscoperu.com , you can also contact us by phone:
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  • For reservations made 3 months in advance, ask for a special discount.
  • For groups larger than 4 people, please contact us for a special price..


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PRICE PER PERSON - Up to 08 passengers

Train THE VOYAGER - IncaRail oder Tren EXPEDITION - PeruRail
GROUP GUIDING in Machu Picchu

US$ 278.00

Vistadome or 360° train
GROUP GUIDING in Machu Picchu

US$ 328.00
PRICE PER PERSON - 02 passengers
Expedition or Voyager train
US$ 315.00

Tren Vistadome or 360°

US$ 365.00
The route is the same, only the wagons vary.
The traveler on the Expedition will be comfortable and relaxed, and will also be informed about the most important points of this ancient route that every adventurer should know. The Expedition has wagons fully covered by large windows so that the traveler can immerse himself in the beauty of the natural landscape, and make your experience to Machu Picchu begins on the train.
Surrounded entirely by glass, with cars with large panoramic windows that offer unparalleled scenic views and countless opportunities to take spectacular photographs, the traveler on the Vistadome connects with and feels part of Peru's breathtaking landscape. Perurail provides a personalized and first class service in which the traveler on board will live an unforgettable experience. The Vistadome also has air conditioning and heating system, leather seats that mold to the body providing comfort and relaxation throughout the trip. Snacks and beverages are also available.
Luxurious and exclusive train with all inclusive service decorated in the style of the Pullman cars of the 1920s, each of them is decorated with polished wood and bronze details and have been equipped with large comfortable armchairs. It is the finest way to travel to Machu Picchu, with a personalized service that takes care of even the smallest detail in the trip. In the Hiram Bingham you can enjoy the sophisticated dining car, the bar car and the observatory car, from where you can enjoy the open air, the wonderful route, in the company of a Peruvian cocktail and local live music shows; it will be an experience you will never forget.

To start your reservation process please send us the following information:

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  • It is very important your information about your hotel in the city of Cusco, so we can pick you up there at the beginning of the tour..
To confirm reservations, 50% of the payment is required in advance and the other 50% can be paid upon arrival at your destination.
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Recently, a couple chose Machu Picchu as their honeymoon destination and the CuscoPeru.com team was responsible for making everything perfect. At first, our passengers had many doubts, since it was the first time, they had visited this marvelous citadel; Doubts such as the entrance ticket to Machu Picchu, the Ollantaytambo train schedule and many other details that, like every traveler at some point in their journey, they need to know. Doubts were resolved quickly and the trip was a dream for them.

A beautiful family, made up of dad, mom and 03 kids of 10 -13 -15 years came to know Machu Picchu a family dream, which we knew to complement in previous days with other activities such as horseback riding in Cusco, a bicycle trip through Ausangate and Rainbow Mountain in addition to other activities that made all family members completely happy.

We received recently a very famous speaker who arrived on the first flight to Cusco and had to return on the last flight. The experience was fantastic for Him and for us an important challenge. We had to accommodate the schedules in the safest way so that it arrives on time on their return flight.


We know that you have many questions, traveling to Machu Picchu is easy but you must consider certain important points so that your experience in Machu Picchu will be the best.

What difference exists between the 4 circuits of Machu Picchu?

Machu Picchu has 4 circuits designed so that your experience is profitable without having a lot of agglomeration at certain points of the archaeological center. We will explain you the 4 circuits:

Circuit 1: allows you to observe the guardian's house, near the place where you can take the iconic photo of Machupichu. Additionally, you will be able to observe other places in the citadel, among which are the viewpoint of the temple of the sun, granitic chaos, and the pisonay square.

Circuit 2: is the most complete since it runs through Circuit 1, and also gives you the opportunity to enjoy many more archaeological sites such as the Temple Square, the Intiwatana pyramid, and the sacred rock.

Circuit 3: goes through the lower part of Machupichu and also allows you to enjoy the Inka citadel from another view. In addition, it allows you to observe archaeological zones such as the “qolqas”, the agricultural zone and the set of the house of the inka.

Circuit 4: is more complete than 3, since it goes through Circuit 3 and gives you the opportunity to observe symbolic places such as the ceremonial fountains, the set of water mirrors and the temple of the condor.

What is better to enter Machu Picchu in the afternoon or in the morning?

There are 9 entrance times to Machu Picchu, which you can choose depending on the time you arrive in Aguas Calientes. We Will detail the Hours:

The entrances at 6, 7, 8 and 9 in the morning it is necessary to leave the city of Cusco very early, keep in mind that the trip is long of almost 2 hours by car and another 2 hours by train.

Also, if you don't like waking up very early, you can travel a day earlier and stay in Aguas Calientes, and avoid getting up very early. Take into account the travel time of 4 hours between the bus trip and the train trip. At these times, the sunset is diagonally with respect to the sanctuary, offering us a different panorama compared to other times, it is possible that some rainbows form due to the mist.

The hours of 10, 11, 12 and 1 are likely to be more agglomeration, if you were planning to take the classic photo without people around, it will cost you a little more. The sun will be at the top giving direct light to the sanctuary with great intensity. It also has its charm because the sky will be clear and you will be able to better observe Machu Picchu.

In the afternoon, 1 and 2, some consider that it is the best time to visit Machu Picchu due to the fall of the sun between the mountains, covering the citadel of Machu Picchu with its last rays. Perfect panorama for photography, the weather is cooler and you will not feel very hot compared to entering in the morning. You can travel the same day, there is no need to be in Aguas Calientes a day before, but remember that you will also arrive in Cusco a little late between 10 and 11 at night.

What can I bring to Machu Picchu?

It is important to always carry the identity document with which the entrance to Machu Picchu was registered.

  • Sunscreen
  • Windbreaker Jacket
  • Rain Poncho (according to Season)
  • trekking shoes or good tennis.
  • Repellent
  • Light clothing
  • Water
  • Sunglasses
  • Cap

What can't I take to Machu Picchu and what are the prohibitions?

  • Carry backpacks, bags or bags larger than 40x35x20 cm (16x14x8 inches).
  • Enter with food
  • Enter with any type of alcoholic beverage or in an ethyl state.
  • Carry umbrellas, sunshades, portable seats, tripods, supports or extensions for cameras, cell phones or any other stabilization or extension element for filming and/or photography.
  • Drones are prohibited in Machu Picchu.
  • Enter with animals, with the exception of guide dogs.
  • Feed domestic and wild animals.
  • Enter with any type of aerosols.
  • Make any type of graffiti. 

What is the best season to visit Machu Picchu?

It is possible to visit Machu Picchu all year, the month of April and the end of March is considered by many to be the best month to visit Machu Picchu, due to the good weather. April is the month in which the rains culminate, the landscapes are green and the sky is clear, giving us a sense of peace.

The months of May, June, July and August are also perfect for you to travel to Machu Picchu, although it is a bit cold, there will be no problem as long as you wear a good coat (The cold is felt more in the afternoon) Usually the sun is radiant in the mornings and in the evenings from 5 p.m. there is a little wind.

September, October, November and December the rains begin again, the landscapes gradually turn green and the cold is less intense. Although on some days the rains could surprise you, however, the tours are given normally, Machu Picchu has a different panorama, the mist that covers the sanctuary gives it a touch of mystery as it dissipates into the air. It is possible that while you are touring Machu Picchu, and it is very cloudy at some point it will rain, you can continue enjoying your tour with a poncho or waterproof coat.

We have many visitors who like to visit Machu Picchu in the rain more than on a good sunny day, for the very reason that it is a different look at this wonder of the modern world. If you do not like the rain, it is more likely that it will be clear after 11 am, so your chance of finding Machu Picchu clear will be greater.

In the months of January, February and March, the rains are more frequent. In the tourism sector it is considered that it is low season, which has a great advantage, if you are thinking of traveling during those months, as there will be less influx of people. On the other hand, the advantage is that the landscapes are green and the weather is cooler compared to other seasons.

If you have already decided to travel this season, we advise you to buy your tickets to Machu Picchu for the times starting at 11 a.m., so you will have a better chance that Machu Picchu is clear. The average rainfall per week varies from 3 to 4 days of rain, additionally some days the rain can be light but with a duration of the whole day and others the duration of rain can be only a few hours but with stronger intensity. Machu Picchu in the early hours of the morning is usually cloudy in these months.

Remember that we are in the Andes and here the weather is very unpredictable, however the information we provide tries to get as close as possible to the weather in each season. We look forward to your visit CuscoPeru.com will have everything organized for you, we have passengers who are very happy with the experiences and this is all year long.

How far in advance should I reserve my ticket to Machu Picchu?

Although you can reserve your ticket to Machu Picchu a day in advance, it is best to make the reservation at least one or two months before your visit. Income is limited and it is advisable to book in advance. In the event that you want to visit Huayna Picchu, consider your reservation time 4 months before your visit.

These recommendations are important so that your experience in Machu Picchu is the best, given that the most popular tickets such as the circuit 1-2 Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu sell out too quickly.

The solution for those travelers who could not book in advance, is to buy tickets with alternative income circuit 4 or 3 where you will see Machu Picchu but you will not get to have the classic photo, you will be able to see the temples and see Machu Picchu from the lower part.

There are some dates of the year in which you will not be able to get a last-minute ticket or alternative tickets due to demand, some dates you will not find alternative tickets, so if you could not book in time, you will be disappointed.

It can be cumbersome for you to book your ticket, so our recommendation would be to anticipate with a good margin of time or contact a safe agency to guarantee your visit to Machu Picchu.

What recommendations should I take to prevent altitude sickness?

The most recommended way to prevent altitude sickness is progressive adaptation, that is, ascend moderately to adapt to the decrease in oxygen as you gain height. We recommend spending at least one day in Cusco without extreme physical effort to adapt to the altitude.

Taking care of the diet is also important, eating light foods that are easy to digest will help in the acclimatization process.

Be hydrated, at least drink 4 to 5 liters of water while in Cusco. Sleep at least 8 hours a day before your tours, keep your body rested without much physical effort. As a natural remedy, you can drink coca tea or chew it during your stay. The coca leaf will help you oxygenate at altitude more efficiently.

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