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Duracion Viaje

2 dias / 1 noite

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tour peru machu picchuTours Machu Picchu 2 days in train: Tours Recommended for people who want to enjoy the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu from its dawn and appreciate the sunrise in Machu Picchu Peru, unique show, and then enjoy the thermal baths on Aguas Calientes Little town of Machu Picchu.

It is common knowledge that one of the wonders of the world is in Peru. We are referring to Machu Picchu Inca citadel. Whose discovery is attributed to American Hiram Bingham in 1911. Machu Picchu since 1983 it is part of the “World Heritage” list of UNESCO (Tours Peru).

As a result of the investigation conducted by Hiram Bingham in Peru country Peru gives Bingham on loan several archaeological pieces Incas of Machu Picchu (ceramics, textiles, bones, and mummies) for a period of 18 months, the same you would trasladas to Yale University for his research. The loan occurred in 1916 and the repayment period expired in June 1917.

These pieces of Machu Picchu are today at the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale. After almost a century since the loan Machu Picchu, the educational institution has not yet returned the parts that were removed from Peru, prior authorization, bound for Yale University. In 2007, Peru and Yale University have signed a “Memorandum of Understanding”, after a period of negotiations between the two sides on the pieces of Machu Picchu.

  • Tours DURATION: 2 days / 01 nights in Tours
  • ACTIVITIES Tours: Tours Cusco – Aguas Calientes “town of Machu Picchu” – Tours Machu Picchu
  • TYPE OF Tours: Traditional Tours peru
  • PERIOD OF Tours: All the time of year trips or Tours to Machu Picchu, Peru Tours are made

Highlights Tour


Tours Day 1: Cusco Aguas Calientes –Ollantayttambo

  • 10:00 Pick up from your hotel in Cusco for Tours Machu Picchu for 2 days
  • 10:00 to 12:00 Bus trip from Cusco to Ollantaytambo.
  • 12:58 – 14.40 Train Tours Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu Little town).
  • 14:40 Reception at Aguas Calientes station and transfer to the hotel chosen by the customer
  • Free afternoon for lunch, visit the village markets, the termal baths of Aguas Calientes,
  • 17:00 pm short briefing at the hotel, our guide will visit and will provide guidelines necessary for Tours to Machu Picchu
  • Overnight on selected hotel in Aguas Calientes.

Tours Day 2: Tours Machu Picchu

  • 5:40 am Board the bus to Machu Picchu (Recommended) to see the sunrise or sunrise over Machu Picchu.
  • 6:20 am Must register on control to Machu Picchu entrance
  • 6:50 to 9:20 a.m. Guided Tours of 2 hours with professional guide with 2 hours of information on the main sectors of Machu Picchu.
  • 09:30 – 1 pm free time to enjoy the citadel or take pictures of this world wonder.
  • 1:00 pm board the bus down to the town of Aguas Calientes and enjoy lunch or visit the botanical garden.
  • 5:40 pm Show up at the railway station in Aguas Calientes
  • 6:20 pm board the train and travel to Ollantaytambo station
  • 8:30 arrival at the train station of Ollantaytambo and transfer to Cusco on the Toursist bus
  • 10:30 pm arrival in Cusco

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Detailed itinerary of Tours Peru Machu Picchu

Tours Machu Picchu 2 days / 1 night

Tours 1st day: Cusco – Aguas Calientes “Machu Picchu Little town”

At 10 am approx. You will be picked up from the hotel and then go by bus to the town of Ollantaytambo.
At 1 pm You will be taken by train to Aguas Calientes arriving.
At 3 pm The transfer will be waiting at the station for accommodate you in the hotel chosen.

In this Afternoon visit the thermal baths or make a stroll in the small town of Aguas Calientes, 8 pm briefing or brief talk with your guide who will inform you about the Tours Machu Picchu.


Tours 2nd day: Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu trek – Cusco

Early 5:40 am, a bus will take you to the citadel of Machu Picchu with a trip of 20 minutes and you will have 2 hours with a guided Tours in the main sectors of Machu Picchu, then free time until 5PM that Machu Picchu is closed. In your spare time, you can enjoy Machu Picchu in its amplitude and take pictures.

It is possible to hike to Machu Picchu 1:30 in this case should start waking up at 4:30 am.

At the appointed time take the train to Ollantaytambo where our bus will bring you back (approx arriving to the city in 4 hours.)

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Included Tour


  • Transfer Hotel – Cusco
  • Transfer to Ollantaytambo Toursist bus round trip
  • Toursist train from Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes “Machupicchu Little town” – round trip
  • Bus up and down Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu Little town) – Tours to Machu Picchu
  • Entrance to the ruins of Machu Picchu
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu Mountain
  • 02 hours guided Tours on Machu Picchu
  • Permanent assistance on your Tours to Machu Picchu


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  • Extra expenses on trips to Machu Picchu
  • Entrance to the thermal hot water baths (Machu Picchu Little town)
  • Tips on the trip to Machu Picchu

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  • Bring a small backpack with your personal items
  • Original passport for travel to Machu Picchu
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Schedule two days there with Tours Machu Picchu. You can basically see all of the ruins in a half day or about six hours if you climb waynapicchu or seven or so for Machu Picchu Mountain. But you’re not here just to see it, are you? You’ll want more time to shoot and to wait for the warmer light of late afternoon. So if I had to do it again and was coming here specifically to photograph Machu Picchu rather than to just take pictures while on a family vacation, I would do this Tours Machu Picchu (Tours Peru):

Take two days or rather, a day and a half. Arrive at Machu Picchu the afternoon of the first, scope out the place in a leisurely manner then get some late afternoon shots when the light isn’t so harsh. Stay until closing for those sunset (or close to it) shots (Tours Peru).
o The next morning, get up as early as you can to be one of the first people there. As I noted above, we lucked out by going slightly later, but unless you know from reports down in Aguas Caleintes (at the base of Machu Picchu though the ruins are not visible from the town) that the weather is horrible (and they likely won’t know first thing in the morning anyway), I would still get there no later than 7:00 a.m. – earlier if you do want to climb waynapicchu especially from June through September machu when more people are there (though remember the advice above about Machu Picchu Mountain as an alternative). Even if the weather is bad – unless it is horrible – still get up there in the morning and use the time to scout out more shots. Plus, be aware that the weather can change rapidly, so it is best to be there, ready (Tours Peru).

Review your shot list from the day before (you did make one, didn’t you?). Shoot close-ups. Then get your postcard shots when it clears up machu. Otherwise, if the weather is good, start with the big shots (since they will look different in the morning light than in the afternoon), the expected ones before the crowds come, then spend the rest of the day getting the shots you didn’t the day before (Tours Peru).
o If you find you’ve shot all you can there, consider hiking out to the Sun Gate or the Inca bridge. In any case, stay until mid or late afternoon the second day machu. Yes, you have to pay for two days worth of entrance fees coming back the second day, but you’ve come all this way, so get the most out of it. You could go sunrise to sunset in one day, but you’ll be very tired (Tours Peru). o Finally, consider hiring a guide if you don’t already have one arranged. You can hire them at the entrance. Especially if you arrive in the afternoon and have most of the next day, it is worth the US$10 or so per hour for a guide who can provide insights, background, context, possible hidden gem shot ideas and even the names of the stones and buildings for your records machu (write them down or dictate them to tie to your EXIF data if your camera allows). I’m told that the quality of the guides there varies, so ask questions first to determine their language skills and knowledge of the place and history (Tours Peru).
Take your time. Machu Picchu looks much bigger in photos than it actually is. As noted, you can see most things in three to four hours if you don’t doddle. If you arrive in the early morning, capture that postcard shot from up near the Watchman’s Hut (go left when you arrive inside) or just go straight in for an another view machu. Then, see as much as you can before the crowds arrive machu. After that, go back and really get to know the place (Tours Peru). If it is crowded – and it will be by 10:30 a.m. or so – just pause in some places to wait for people to get out of your shot. Taking your time also allows you to appreciate what you’re seeing. Find an interesting subject like the Inti-Huatana or the “sacred rock” or even better, some lesser known corner of the site, then think through how many ways you can shoot it (Tours Peru).

General tips for taking great travel photographs: Tours Machu Picchu examples:

Provide context. Just as you should include some people or animals for scale, include broader shots so viewers can get a fuller perspective on what you saw. For example, in this photo machu, notice the river to the left. I never realized it was there before I arrived (Tours Peru).
Most of your viewers won’t either because the typical shots just cover the ruins. Also, photographing the signs there can provide context and help you remember details later (Tours Peru).

Use a tripod in Tours Machu Picchu: Though I didn’t use a tripod at Machu Picchu for the reasons noted above, here are three situations for locations similar to Tours Machu Picchu where I would want to have at least a table-top or mini if not a full-size tripod (and don’t forget that cable release or remote shutter release though in a pinch, I often use the two-second delay on my camera’s self-timer to release the shutter when using a tripod) (Tours Peru):

  • Tours HDR (High Dynamic Range) – If you don’t know what this is, there are some great sites like to explain it to you. Simplistically, it’s like bracketing your shots – take one at normal exposure, one overexposed two stops and one underexposed by two stops – then blend the three using HDR software. At Machu Picchu, this can be really useful given times when the sky is extremely bright due to the sun at the higher altitude reflecting off the frequent mist/clouds. Without HDR, you’ll either blow out the sky (overexpose it) or get the sky right and have blackened interiors of some of the buildings. I actually was only beginning to learn HDR when we were in Machu Picchu, so I didn’t avail myself of it then, but I definitely would if I went back. HDR is best done with a tripod but you can get by without one at Machu Picchu if your camera allows auto-bracketing and you have a steady hand (Tours Peru).
  • Tours Self-portrait – You do want to show your friends you were there, don’t you? The easy way is to hand your camera to a fellow Toursist. But if you want a more formal self-portrait that you compose yourself, a tripod is very helpful. But so is a bean bag that can support your camera on one of the many stone walls (and I know of no bean bag restrictions there!) (Tours Peru).
  • Tours Water shots – The Incas were famous for how they used water for both aesthetic and practical purposes. The stone baths is one of many places where you might want a tripod to capture a slow-shutter-speed shot of the water pouring over the stonework. However machu, I did find that with many of the fountains, the water flow is so limited that it didn’t show up that well against the stone background. And unless you’re there early in the morning, late in the afternoon or use a filter to reduce the light, you may find it too bright to slow down the shutter speed enough to capture the flow of the water in that nice blur look. I had better results with the Princess Fountain and others at Ollantaytambo (see below right) (Tours Peru).
  • Tours Get high. No, I’m not talking about the coca leaves there. waynapicchu gives you a birds-eye view of the ruins of Machu Picchu below, but be sure to stop and take shots as you go up or you will need that long telephoto lens after all because you get surprisingly high above the ruins and they look very, very tiny from that height (Tours Peru).

In addition, get your main overview shots from up near the Watchman’s Hut when you first arrive at Machu Picchu  Tours (assuming the clouds are favoring you) and throughout the ruins, seek those top-down views. Also, consider hiking out toward the Sun Gate or climbing Machu Picchu mountain to get a different big picture view. Conversely, go as far down the terraces as you can and shoot upward for some less obvious shots. Mostly, look up repeatedly as you go throughout the ruins since your perspective on Machu Picchu can change dramatically as you ascend or descend the main terraces. Look for new angles, storylines, themes and insights. Explore everywhere they allow. Keep looking and stay curious (Tours Peru).

Define what matters to you: First, ask yourself how you will use your photos machupicchu. For a blog? A scrapbook? To exhibit? To post on Facebook or Flickr of machu? Each will dictate the way you shoot, the resolution or image size and how you think about your audiences and how that influences your choice of subjects. Second, think about what excites you visually. The combination of location, clouds, grass and stonework at Machu Picchu is amazing even if you never paid attention to rocks before in your life (Tours Peru).
Capture your own sense of wonder there in trying to define what it is that interests you: shape, color, light, contrast, texture, people, history, flora, fauna, other influences, a combination of factors etc (Tours Peru).

Use the Rule of Thirds: Especially at someplace like Machu Picchu which is so architecturally-oriented, try not to center your subject either horizontally or vertically in the middle of your viewfinder. Instead, keep your main object either one third or two thirds of the way in from the left or right or top or bottom of the frame. This will add a greater dynamic element to your shots and prevent them from looking like snapshots. Also, try to keep you backgrounds clean so they don’t distract from your main object. In the llama photo on the bottom left of the next page where I’ve added grid lines to explain this idea of thirds, a better composition would have been to simplify the background and get the llama’s eye at the intersection of the top left grid lines. Alas, the llama wasn’t cooperating (Tours Peru)…

Look for themes or collections: I have multiple photo “collections” including images of doors and windows among others. It gives me something to look for and you’ll find many opportunities for some of these and others at Machu Picchu. If I were to do it over, I might make a collection of stones with more than eight sides. It not only makes an interesting photo collection (or a very boring one if they all look the same!), but it turns your trip into a kind of treasure hunt as you look around specifically for those types of stones. Even better, think about a theme. Themes give you a way to tell a story. For example, I would love to have shot a series on “A Llama’s View of Machu Pichhu” which would have tried to capture the site from the animal’s perspective including shots of people taking shots of them. Another theme might be “Discovering Machu Picchu” and shooting it from the perspective of what it might have been like for Hiram Bingham and how he might have first approached it (granted, he had more vegetation to clear). Maybe you could do a “Water and Life” theme and capture all the various fountains and waterways throughout the ruins. The point is to tell a story with your photos. Don’t just shoot what everyone else has already shot hundreds of times before (Tours Peru).

Avoid people in some shots, but include them in others: For the classic shots, getting there early avoids the crowds and you can get almost pristine-seeming images without a trace (or a minimal one) of other Toursists. However, include people in other shots for several reasons (Tours Peru).

  • The people who work there do some fascinating things keeping the site clean and preserved. Look for guys on ladders (as in the photo below) replacing numbered stones or doing other maintenance work. These add a human interest and the people can be fascinating in where and how they work (Tours Peru).
  • Human beings (and the llamas that inhabit the place) provide scale. Some of those stone walls or rooms aren’t very impressive in a photo without a visual reference to their actual size (Tours Peru).
  • Even at Machu Picchu where stone is king, get close-ups of people’s faces to capture emotions and show the more human side of the place. Be sure to ask first (Tours Peru).
  • People do funny things, especially around the llamas. Take time and just wait focusing on some llamas and I guarantee you’ll get some Toursists trying to photograph them, woo them over, pet them, etc. as in the photos above. Some of the human antics are far funnier than that of the animals (Tours Peru).


Some archaeologists say the citadel was probably built during the administration of Inca Pachacutec on par with Machu Picchu in the fifteenth century; However, others claim that its construction was Pachacutec after being during the government of Túpac Yupanqui or Huayna Capac of this complex was built. It was both a cultural and religious center for the region (Machu Picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu Picchu Tours 1 day per car). Presumably this citadel was used as a control center to ensure access to areas of Vilcabamba, the jungle connecting with other major centers like Pisac and Machu Picchu. It is also estimated that the citadel played an important role in serving as a link between the Amazon and the imperial city of Cusco (Machu Picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu Picchu Tours 1 day per car).
Choquequirao is considered one of the last bastions of resistance and refuge of the Incas, who by order of Manco Inca, left the city of Cusco to take shelter in the cities of the Vilcabamba region, when circa 1535 Cuzco was besieged by Spanish (Machu picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu picchu Tours 1 day per car).
It was in this place (and in general throughout the valley of Vilcabamba) where Manco and the others Incas of Vilcabamba resisted the onslaught of the Spaniards, until the capture and execution of Tupac Amaru I in 1572 (Tours Machu Picchu 1 day by train, Machu picchu Tours 1 day per car).

During the research process it has become clear pottery belonging to the Inca but recent research is showing that there ceramic before the Incas, which would be that the territory was populated by an earlier society (Tours Machu Picchu 1 day by train , Machu picchu Tours 1 day per car).
In Choquequirao there is a spatial distribution consists of a central courtyard for ceremonial activities and large structures like kallankas1 which housed large numbers of people. The highest and with certain characteristics hills have played a special role since within the Andean world were considered sacred where ofrendaba in honor of the Pachamama and the apus own, to the point that shaped the surface of the hills to serve as a ushnu (temporary spaces for agriculture) (2) (3) the terraces of Paraqtepta expand the agricultural frontier and the water is captured by a well to irrigate cultivation platforms (Tours Machu picchu 1 day by train, Tours Machu picchu 1 day by car).
Handling hydraulic system to control water through valves and levees, break the water speed exerted by the slope of the hill (Machu Picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu Picchu Tours 1 day per car).


The complex of Choquequirao is composed of nine sectors, among which the political and religious center, the system of sources and channels with aqueducts, and the group of the covers comprising the terraces of Choquequirao, a Temple, some administrative buildings and rooms for managers and senior advisers, who were located around the central square (Machu picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu picchu Tours 1 day per car).
Towards outside the center of the citadel Machu rooms used by the rest of the population, which are grouped forming a small village located. Although only thirty percent, of 1,810 hectares of the complex have been rescued, it is possible to assume that Choquequirao was more than a fortress, a religious site. Because of its location it is likely to have been the most important religious center and was occupied by the priests and those consecrated to the gods. Found paintings and cemeteries that would confirm this theory (Machu Picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu Picchu Tours 1 day per car).
The nine areas and small villages built around a large square where all the roads from each zone. It has been possible to locate the upper plaza (Hanan) consists of two levels and income of the main channel of water for ceremonial and domestic use, these two sources (Paqcha), deposits (Qolqa) consists of five buildings rectangular and next sixteen small terraces, the main square (Huaqaypata), the lower square (Urin), the system platforms of immediate to the main square (Chaqra Anden) culture, the ceremonial platform (Ushno) and housing of priests in the bottom of the hill. Therefore it is presumed that Choquequirao was a great political and economic center, which served as religious, commercial and cultural enclave between the coast, highlands and jungle (Machu Picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu Picchu Tours 1 day per car).
A trip to Choquequirao presents multiple two-story buildings with niches inside. Besides some doors and niches made with adobe jamb and irrigation canals. The material was used are edged with mud mortar (Machu Picchu Tours 1 day by train, Machu Picchu Tours 1 day per car) stones.

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