MACHU PICCHU TRAIN TOURS

2 Day or 1 Day Itineraries

The MACHU PICCHU TRAIN TOUR is a must for those who don’t want to trek or have limited time but still want to explore one of the 7 man-made wonders of the world!

This tour is best enjoyed in 2 days with an overnight in Aguas Calientes, the town below Machu Picchu. Though it can be completed in one ambitious day, it makes for a very long day with limited time in Machu Picchu at the most crowded time. The 2D/1N Machu Picchu Train tour is best combined with a tour of the Sacred Valley of the Incas in the morning of the first day.

Machu Picchu (7874 ft/2400 m) is at a lower altitude than Cusco (11,152 ft/3399 m), though we do still recommend a day in Cusco prior to departing on the tour in order to rest up from your travels, adjust to jet lag and the altitude. Despite being lower than Cusco, it is still considered high altitude. Minimum passengers necessary for tour departure: 2 people (small group, 1 person or private/custom treks possible with extra fee). Maximum trekkers per group: 10 people (special, private party groups can exceed maximum).

The Nitty Gritty Tour Details

Highlights

Machu Picchu, train ride, Aguas Calientes, Inca Ruin, gorgeous scenery.

Location/Terrain

Gentle trails, dirt paths, grassy fields, pavement

Acclimatization

2 days of acclimatization recommended to fully enjoy the ruins

Duration

2D/1N or One full day

Distance

Walking in town and in ruin site only

Altitude

2400m/7874ft

Adventure Rating

★☆☆☆☆
Easy, gentle walk

Solitude Rating

★☆☆☆☆
Touristy, but a must not miss tour!

When to Go

Year round

Departures

Daily departures with 2 or more people

Prices USD

2D/1N: 600, 2D/1N + Sacred Valley: 650, 1D: 500 USD (per person based on a group of 6-10)

Customizable

Yes! Private, custom, add-ons all available. Can add any tour onto this!

2 DAY/1 NIGHT ITINERARY

DAY 1: CUSCO – PISAC – OLLANTAYTAMBO – AGUAS CALIENTES

Private transport will collect you from your hotel around 8am and drive you through the Sacred Valley, stopping to explore the Pisac Ruins, Pisac Market, and Ollantaytambo Ruins along the way to the train station. You will stop in Urubamba between the sites where you can eat at a restaurant of your choosing. You will take the train to Aguas Calientes, the town below Machu Picchu, which is a lovely scenic ride that takes you through part of the Sacred Valley with views of the river and glacial mountains. Depending on the time of train arrival you may have time to explore the town, visit the local handicraft market, and take a dip in the local hot-springs (around 25 soles, open until 9pm, bring a bathing suit, towel, sandals). Dinner will be provided around 7:00 or 7:30pm at a local restaurant. You will stay in a comfortable hotel in Aguas Calientes to rest up before tomorrow’s early exploration of Machu Picchu!

DAY 2: AGUAS CALIENTES – MACHU PICCHU – CUSCO 


Wake up call and breakfast is very early (Approx 4am) in order for us to take one of the first (5:30am, 25 min ride) buses directly to Machu Picchu (2,400 m/7,875 ft). Once we arrive at Machu Picchu you will show your entrance ticket and passport. If you are a student you must bring your ISIC card to the entrance or you will not be permitted entrance. From the entrance, it is a 15-minute walk to the famous views from the South Zone of the farming terraces at the end of the Inca trail. Enjoy watching the sun rise over the ruin site and the fascinating tour of Machu Picchu with your guide who will unfold the mysteries of this magical site, explaining the history and flora/fauna. Your guide will spend about 2 1/2 hours relating interesting and amazing stories, explaining temples and special sectors. Your tour of Machu Picchu will finish between 9 and 9:30am after which you will have a little free time to take photos and explore. The new rules for 2019 have split the entrance times into three slots per day. Our tour includes the first ticket (6-10am) so at 10am you would need to exit the ruin site unless you choose to purchase an extra time slot (or two). If you wish to do one of the extra hikes within Machu Picchu (Wayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain) you would need to prepurchase a permit as well as an extra time slot in Machu Picchu (these new rules are dictated by the Peruvian government and we are sorry for the inconvenience). After you are done exploring the ruin site, either at 10am or later if you’ve booked more time, take one of the many, frequent buses down to Aguas Calientes.  There are many restaurants to choose from and your guide can also help suggest a nice place to eat. After grabbing a bite to eat you will take the train back to Ollantaytambo where private transport will drive you back to your hotel in Cusco.

Helpful Info:

  • There are no bathrooms in the ruin site. There are bathrooms right outside the entrance, cost is 1 sol per entrance, and they provide a little toilet paper. If you leave close to the time your ticket expires it is likely they will not permit re-entry.
  • You are allowed to take in a small backpack (under 20L)
  • They are no longer allowing box lunches to be brought into the ruin site. We recommend bringing extra snacks (we provide snacks too) or going down to Aguas Calientes for lunch and returning depending on how much time you’ve booked in Machu Picchu
  • They no longer allow plastic water bottles so please come prepared with water bladders/reusable water bottle(s)
  • If you have large, professional, bulky camera equipment, please note you need to get a permit for these (e.g. large tripods or giant lenses that can’t be placed in a daypack).
  • Please do not climb on or deface the rocks or leave trash/debris of any kind.
  • Our recommendation is to add one extra time slot to allow for more time in the Ruin Site (with or without an extra hike).

Machu Picchu Entrance Times: in 2019 there will be 3 time slots with only 2800 people allowed to enter Machu Picchu each day (down from 4000 in 2018)

  • First Entrance: 6am to 10am
  • Second Entrance: 9am to 1pm
  • Third Entrance: 12pm to closing
    • Note: there will potentially be 4-5 entrance times in 2020

INCLUDED

  • Pre-tour briefing the night before your tour to answer any questions
  • Collection from your hotel in the morning 
  • Private transport through the Sacred Valley to the train station
  • Guided tour of 2 ruin sites in the Sacred Valley (Pisac ruins, Pisac Market, Ollantaytambo Ruins
  • English speaking professional guide
  • Meals: Dinner on Day 1, Breakfast on Day 2, snacks in Machu Picchu
  • Dietary needs: able to cater to any dietary preference/need
  • Roundtrip train from Ollantaytambo or Poroy to Aguas Calientes
  • One entrance fee to Machu Picchu Archaeological Complex (First entrance time: 6am to 10am)
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Round trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu and back
  • Hotel (double room) in Aguas Calientes
  • Private Transport back to your hotel in Cusco

NOT INCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Hotel before/after the tour
  • Breakfast and lunch on the first day, lunch and dinner on the last day
  • Items of a personal nature/souvenirs
  • Wayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain Hike (85USD each including extra time slot) – must be pre-booked and we cannot guarantee a spot as they sell out early
  • Extra time slot in Machu Picchu (60 USD per slot per person)
  • Entrance to hot springs in Aguas Calientes
  • Travel interruption & travel medical/evacuation insurance (required)
  • Tip for your guide(s) are optional but highly encouraged if you enjoy your trek

2 DAY/1 NIGHT ITINERARY

DAY 1: CUSCO – OLLANTAYTAMBO – AGUAS CALIENTES

Private transport will collect you from your hotel approximately 2.5 hours before your preferred train time and drive you through the Sacred Valley to the train station in Ollantaytambo. You will take the train to Aguas Calientes, the town below Machu Picchu, which is a lovely scenic ride that takes you through part of the Sacred Valley with views of the river and glacial mountains. Depending on the time of train arrival you may have time to explore the town, visit the local handicraft market, and take a dip in the local hot-springs (around 25 soles, open until 9pm, bring a bathing suit, towel, sandals). Dinner will be provided around 7:00 or 7:30pm at a local restaurant. You will stay in a comfortable hotel in Aguas Calientes to rest up before tomorrow’s early exploration of Machu Picchu! 

DAY 2: AGUAS CALIENTES – MACHU PICCHU – CUSCO 


Wake up call and breakfast is very early (Approx 4am) in order for us to take one of the first (5:30am, 25 min ride) buses directly to Machu Picchu (2,400 m/7,875 ft). Once we arrive at Machu Picchu you will show your entrance ticket and passport. If you are a student you must bring your ISIC card to the entrance or you will not be permitted entrance. From the entrance, it is a 15-minute walk to the famous views from the South Zone of the farming terraces at the end of the Inca trail. Enjoy watching the sun rise over the ruin site and the fascinating tour of Machu Picchu with your guide who will unfold the mysteries of this magical site, explaining the history and flora/fauna. Your guide will spend about 2 1/2 hours relating interesting and amazing stories, explaining temples and special sectors. Your tour of Machu Picchu will finish between 9 and 9:30am after which you will have a little free time to take photos and explore. The new rules for 2019 have split the entrance times into three slots per day. Our tour includes the first ticket (6-10am) so at 10am you would need to exit the ruin site unless you choose to purchase an extra time slot (or two). If you wish to do one of the extra hikes within Machu Picchu (Wayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain) you would need to prepurchase a permit as well as an extra time slot in Machu Picchu (these new rules are dictated by the Peruvian government and we are sorry for the inconvenience). After you are done exploring the ruin site, either at 10am or later if you’ve booked more time, take one of the many, frequent buses down to Aguas Calientes.  There are many restaurants to choose from and your guide can also help suggest a nice place to eat. After grabbing a bite to eat you will take the train back to Ollantaytambo where private transport will drive you back to your hotel in Cusco.

Helpful Info:

  • There are no bathrooms in the ruin site. There are bathrooms right outside the entrance, cost is 1 sol per entrance, and they provide a little toilet paper. If you leave close to the time your ticket expires it is likely they will not permit re-entry.
  • You are allowed to take in a small backpack (under 20L)
  • They are no longer allowing box lunches to be brought into the ruin site. We recommend bringing extra snacks (we provide snacks too) or going down to Aguas Calientes for lunch and returning depending on how much time you’ve booked in Machu Picchu
  • They no longer allow plastic water bottles so please come prepared with water bladders/reusable water bottle(s)
  • Please do not climb on or deface the rocks or leave trash/debris of any kind.
  • Our recommendation is to add one extra time slot to allow for more time in the Ruin Site (with or without an extra hike).

Machu Picchu Entrance Times: in 2019 there will be 3 time slots with only 2800 people allowed to enter Machu Picchu each day (down from 4000 in 2018)

  • First Entrance: 6am to 10am
  • Second Entrance: 9am to 1pm
  • Third Entrance: 12pm to closing
    • Note: there will potentially be 4-5 entrance times in 2020

INCLUDED

  • Pre-tour briefing the night before your tour to answer any questions
  • Collection from your hotel in the morning or our departure point Plaza Regocijo (you choice)
  • Private transport to the train station
  • English speaking professional guide
  • Meals: Dinner on Day 1, Breakfast on Day 2, snacks in Machu Picchu
  • Dietary needs: able to cater to any dietary preference/need
  • Roundtrip train from Ollantaytambo or Poroy to Aguas Calientes
  • One entrance fee to Machu Picchu Archaeological Complex (First entrance time: 6am to 10am)
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Round trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu and back
  • Hotel (double room) in Aguas Calientes
  • Private Transport back to your hotel in Cusco

NOT INCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Hotel before/after the tour
  • Breakfast and lunch on the first day, Lunch and dinner on the last day
  • Items of a personal nature/souvenirs
  • Wayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain Hike (85USD each including extra time slot) – must be pre-booked and we cannot guarantee a spot as they sell out early
  • Extra time slot in Machu Picchu (60 USD per slot per person)
  • Entrance to hot springs in Aguas Calientes
  • Travel interruption & travel medical/evacuation insurance (required)
  • Tip for your guide(s) are optional but highly encouraged if you enjoy your trek

ONE DAY ITINERARY

DAY 1: CUSCO – OLLANTAYTAMBO – AGUAS CALIENTES – MACHU PICCHU – CUSCO

For the one day tour we book the vistadome train to Machu Picchu (unless fully booked). This trip departs at approximately 4:00am via private transport from your Cusco hotel. The journey (via car, train and bus) to Machu Picchu takes around 4.5 hours. Once you have arrived at the entrance to the ruin site, you will explore Machu Picchu via a guided tour. Once your tour is over you will take the bus, train and private transport back to your hotel in Cusco, arriving around 7:30-8:30 pm, depending on the train time booked. Compared to the backpacker the Vistadome train is faster, has snack-service, bigger windows and is generally a more comfortable experience

INCLUDED

  • Pre-tour briefing the night before your tour to answer any questions
  • Collection from your hotel in the morning or our departure point Plaza Regocijo (your choice)
  • Private transport to the train station
  • English speaking professional guide
  • Snacks on the tour
  • Dietary needs: able to cater to any dietary preference/need
  • Roundtrip train from Ollantaytambo or Poroy to Aguas Calientes
  • One entrance fee to Machu Picchu Archaeological Complex (Second entrance time: 9am to 1pm)
  • Guided tour of Machu Picchu
  • Round trip bus ticket from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu and back
  • Private Transport back to your hotel in Cusco

NOT INCLUDED

  • Flights
  • Hotel before/after the tour
  • Meals
  • Items of a personal nature/souvenirs
  • Extra hikes and extra time slots are not possible on this tour due to timing
  • Travel interruption & travel medical/evacuation insurance (required)
  • Tip for your guide(s) are optional but highly encouraged if you enjoy your trek

There are hikes within Machu Picchu that you can do on your own if you wish. The hikes that do not require an entrance ticket are The Inka bridge and the Sun Gate (where the Inka Trail ends with a view of Machu Picchu city). Wayna Picchu Mountain and Machu Picchu Mountain hikes both require a paid ticket and there are a limited number of spots (200 at 7am and 200 at 10am). If you want to hike one of these please let us know well in advance as these spots fill up very quickly. Please note we cannot guarantee you a spot for the mountains requiring tickets and that the trail is very steep and slippery and not for those afraid of heights or with vertigo).

We recommend the 10am time slot as Machu Picchu tends to be cloudy in the morning. You are only allowed to hike one of these mountains on a given day so if you would like to do both you would need to return the next day to hike the other one.

  • Passport – you must have your valid passport with the same name/number your tickets were purchased under in order to gain entry into Machu Picchu
  • Daypack
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug spray (for sandflies)
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Camera
  • ISIC card if you are a student
  • Rain gear and warm jacket in the event of inclement weather
  • Good shoes for walking over pavement and dirt paths
  • Overnight items if you’ve booked the 2D/1N tour
  • Money for souvenirs, tipping, extra snacks (Note: foreign money must be in perfect condition with no rips, tears, or marks, as no one in Peru will accept less than pristine bills)

Cusco often experiences all seasons in one day so it is a good idea to take a warm hat and gloves as well as a sun hat when you leave in the morning in order to be prepared for all weather.  

PRICE AND NUMBER OF GUESTS

BOOK NOW: Machu Picchu Train Tour + Sacred Valley Tour 2D/1N

  • Price for 6-10 guests: 650 USD per person
  • Price for 3-5 guests: 710 USD per person
  • Price for 2 guests:  790 USD per person

BOOK NOW: Machu Picchu Train Tour 2D/1N

  • Price for 6-10 guests: 600 USD per person
  • Price for 3-5 guests: 660 USD per person
  • Price for 2 guests:  740USD per person

BOOK NOW: Machu Picchu Train Tour 1D

  • Price for 6-10 guests: 500 USD per person
  • Price for 3-5 guests: 560USD per person
  • Price for 2 guests:  640 USD per person

A minimum of 2 guests required for this tour. Maximum of 10 guests in a group, though larger numbers welcome for private groups. Prices may vary depending on the cost of train tickets at any given time (regulated by the government). Private tours, single guests, customizations, large groups, and packages welcome! Please email us to customize. During high season (May – October) it is best to book this trip at least 1-2 months in advance as train tickets may sell out.

 

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DIETARY NEEDS

Yes, we do cater to any dietary restriction. We have had many people join our trips who are vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free, and have various other intolerances and/or allergies. Just inform us well in advance of your specific needs!

WHEN TO GO & DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY

Year-round, though the best weather is usually seen between March/April to November (or dry season). This tour is rated as easy to moderate as it involves gentle walking at each site. Machu Picchu has stone steps up and down throughout the site. This is a great acclimatizing tour as it is gentle walking at a lower altitude than Cusco. 

PAYMENT & PASSPORT INFO

Deposit: A 250 USD (changing to 400 USD starting 2020) deposit will be charged to your card when you book the trek. This allows us to purchase time sensitive items such as train tickets and entrance fees. This is non-refundable.

Payment of Balance: The balance of the trek is due 30 days (changing to 60 days prior starting 2020) prior to departure and will be auto-debited via the booking software system on that date. If you wish to pay early, or use a different card to the one you have on file, you may do so by clicking on the reservation number in your confirmation email and entering the pin that was provided to you in the original confirmation email. If you wish to make other arrangements (e.g. pay cash in Cusco), please contact us. Please note if you book your trip within 30 days of departure (60 days prior for 2020 trips), the balance of the trek will be auto-debited the next day. If you do not wish this to happen please contact us.

Passport: We need a photo of your passport bio page in order to book the above items in your name (Peruvian Government Requirement). Please note that each traveler is responsible for knowing the re-entry rules for their country of residence/citizenship. Some countries require 6 months of passport validity beyond the final date of travel. Please ensure that your passport is up to date and meets your country and residency requirements. We can use an old/expiring passport to book your tickets but we will need a copy of the updated passport as soon as you receive it in order to update your tickets. You must also bring your passport to Machu Picchu in order to gain entry with your ticket. 

Visa’s: Most countries are allowed to obtain a visa upon entry at immigration. Very few countries require a visa to be granted in advance. Please note that each traveler is responsible for finding out and obtaining a visa prior to entry if required. Please also note that tourist visas are for 90 days or less (typically) and you must show proof of return travel. 

BOOKING TERMS/CANCELLATION

Please review our booking terms carefully.

  • The minimum number of trekkers required for departure is 6 for the price quoted online. If the minimum is not met within 2 weeks of departure, Killa Expeditions reserves the right to offer the 1-2 paid trekkers the option of 1) paying the difference to take a private trek, 2) transferring their payment to another trek with more trekkers booked, or 3) cancel the trek and provide a full refund. Please contact us with questions.
  • At the time of booking only a deposit is charged. The trek deposit is required to secure your spot on a trek and is non-refundable. It is used to purchase non-refundable items such as train tickets, Machu Picchu entrance tickets, etc. The balance of the trek is due within 30 days of departure.
  • Cancellations: Initial deposit is non-refundable. You may cancel your booking by notifying Killa Expeditions or Agent used and the applicable cancellation fees shall be determined based on when the request is received by Killa Expeditions or Agent. (a) Cancellation received 60 days or more before departure of the first Product to depart in relevant booking: 60% of the Product total shall be refunded to you (Inca Trail excepted where 25% of the Inca Trail product total shall be refunded to you). (b) Cancellation received 59-30 days before departure of first Product to depart in relevant booking: an amount equal to 25% of the total Product shall be refunded to you. (Inca Trail excepted where no refund is payable). (c) Cancellation less than 30 days before departure of first Product to depart in relevant booking: no refund shall be payable to you.
  • Travel Medical Insurance: is required to depart on any trek (including emergency evacuation coverage and high altitude hiking). We also suggest travel interruption insurance in the event of inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances that may arise. Killa Expeditions is not responsible for losses incurred due to any travel interruption (ex: weather/natural phenomena, missed/delayed/canceled flight, acts of war/terrorism, strikes, etc.), passport, visa, family emergency, or illness/medical issues.
  • For Full Terms and Conditions please see the policy linked at the bottom of our website in the footer. It is also available to read during the checkout process. https://killaexpeditions.com/terms-conditions-peru/

DONATING/VOLUNTEERING

Helping Local Children or Andean People (Optional) Along certain treks we may encounter some local children and Andean people.  If you wish to lend a helping hand you may bring some clothes, toys, books and school equipment (used or new), toiletries and other essentials, and new/sealed medication for a variety of ailments.  You will be rewarded with their gratitude and beautiful smiles. Please do not give candy or sweets as they do not have access to dental/medical care and tooth decay can lead to serious illness.

For those who wish to help but take a trek that does not pass local people or villages you can leave your donated items with a Killa Expeditions representative and we will distribute them to one of the local communities that we support.  You can also set up a day to visit a local community to donate your items personally! There are a variety of other ways in which to lend a helping hand to local communities (charity events, building schools, and much more). We support several local communities so if interested please get in touch!

WHY CHOOSE KILLA EXPEDITIONS?

ETHICAL, SUSTAINABLE, ECO-FRIENDLY  Our mission is to provide exceptional treks, tours, and adventure trips with a strong commitment to environmentally responsible, sustainable, ethical, and socially conscious travel. During our trips, we make every effort to minimize negative impacts and maximize the benefits to the local people and natural environments we visit. We pay fair, livable wages, ensuring we hire and maintain the absolute best guides and support staff. We are committed to international sustainable tourism guidelines and have developed ongoing community projects and charity events supporting 4+ local Andean communities.

EXCELLENCE We pride ourselves on providing 5 star service before, during, and after your trip. Killa Expeditions is dedicated to excellent customer service and adventure experiences. We have been awarded the 2017, 2018 & 2019 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence!

QUALITY When trekking through rugged mountain terrain, at high altitudes, with unpredictable weather, it is essential to have the best equipment available. We provide Mountain Hardwear 4 season tents (3 season for Inca Trail due to warmer weather), extra thick mattress pads, dry bags for your overnight gear, and more, to ensure a safe and pleasant journey.

NO HIDDEN COSTS Our treks and tours are truly 5 star and all inclusive. We do not charge extra to “upgrade” as we offer the best option included in the price already. There are no hidden meal costs, we are transparent about all inclusions, and best of all no booking fees!

SMALL GROUPS Our groups average about 8 guests per departure, and are typically a mix of solo travellers, friends travelling together, and couples, all of varying ages, backgrounds and nationalities. Come prepared to make lots of new best friends. If you book a custom/private large group we provide 1 guide per 8 travelers, ensuring a small group feel and specialized attention.

GOURMET Only the best, quality ingredients are selected from local farmers. Our chefs prepare a specially designed menu to maximize energy and facilitate acclimatization.  And the dishes, a mix of traditional Peruvian cuisine and contemporary cuisines, are delicious too! And yes, we cater to any dietary need.

PERSONALIZED We can customize any trek or tour to suit your travel, fitness, budget, and time preferences. Got a corporate or work shindig, charity group, or other major event you’d like to book a trek or tour for? Get in touch, we can arrange everything for you!

LEAVE NO TRACE Our trips leave behind nothing but smiles and footprints, as it should be.

REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE We love our planet, which is why we reduce, reuse and recycle. Our gear is reusable (no paper or plastic plates/cups/utensils), we buy local goods that do not come in paper/plastic wrapping, and we recycle everything we can. This is not the norm in Peru but we hope to help it become the norm one day soon!

PASSIONATE All of our employees are passionate about what they do. Who wouldn’t be with majestic mountains and never-ending vistas as your office! We are proud to offer our guides and staff the highest wages.

WE GIVE BACK We buy locally produced food, hire native tour guides, and book locally owned hotels and restaurants whenever possible. We hold numerous charity events throughout the year in various traditional Andean communities. Events often involve distributing food, drinks, daily essentials (such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, and more), toys for the children, shoes and clothes donated by many of our wonderful guests, and we are currently raising funds to finish building a school in the Willoc Community.  Ask us about how you can help!

For further information about us please see the following links:

Equipment: learn about why we provide the best! http://www.killaexpeditions.com/our-equipment/

Our Team: meet some of our amazing guides! http://www.killaexpeditions.com/our-team/

Reviews – find us on Trip Advisor! Killa Expeditions Trip Advisor Page (Awarded 2017, 2018 & 2019 Certificate of Excellence)

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