Machupicchu Tours

 

Peru Trippers Travel Agency & Tourism Info

 

 

 

 

Tourism Info Flights to PeruPeru vacation guidePeru amazon and jungle toursPeru rent a car in Peru LimaPeru sightseeing toursPeru trip advisorPeru Tourism Peru Travel BureauPeru Tourist InformationFlights to PeruPeru sightseeing toursPeru amazon and jungle toursPeru rent a car in Peru LimaPeru vacation guidePeru Tourism Peru trip advisorPeru Travel BureauPeru Tourist Information Flights to Peru

 

 

Peru Recommended Tours
Peru Recommended Tours
Tours Destination :
Days
Cusco & Machupicchu
8d / 7n
Machupicchu & Titicaca Lake
10d / 9n
Machupicchu & Nazca
11d / 10n
Machupicchu & Rainforest
11d / 10n
Inca Trail to Machupicchu
12d / 11n
Machupicchu & The Amazon
12d /11n
Machupicchu,Nazca & Titicaca
13d /12n
Wonders of Peru & Bolivia
14d /13n
From the Andes to the Rainforest
16d /15n
Total Peru Tour
22d / 21n
Honeymoon in Machupicchu
8d / 7n
Inti Raymi Tours
9d / 8n
Relax in Cusco
10d / 9n
Peru & Comfort
12d / 11n
Enjoy & Help in Peru
14d / 13n
Royal Tours in Peru
15d / 14n
Peru Mystic Experience
15d / 14n
Extreme adrenaline in Peru
16d / 15n
 
Peru Hotels
Peru Hotel Bookings
South of Peru Accomodations
Centre of Peru Accomodations
North of Peru Accomodations
 
Instant bookimgs free of charge
 
Peru Tourism
 
Peru Tourism

All About Peru

Peru Tourism

Peru by Destination

Peru Tourism

Peru Culture

Peru Tourism

Peru Adventure

Peru Tourism

Peru Nature

Peru Tourism

Peru Tourist Circuits

Peru Tourism
 
Train To Machupicchu

Train Ticket to Machupicchu Bookings

Cusco Package Tours 4 d 3 n

IncaTrail Cheap Tour 4d/ 3n

Machupicchu Historical Sanctuary

Machupicchu For Couples

Machupicchu Luxuty Hiram Bingham

Machupicchu for Backpackers

Machupicchu by Train VIstadome

Cusco To Puno By Train Andean Explorer

 
Machupicchu Tourism
 
Peru Treks
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
TRAINS TO MACHUPICCHU
RESERVATIONS
 
Peru Tours

Iquitos Tours

Manu Tours

Pto Maldonado Tours

Kuelap Tours

Trujillo Tours

Chiclayo Tours

Huaraz Tours

Ayacucho Tours
Tourism Peru
 
Peru Travel
Peru Recommended Tours
Peru Treks
Peru Jungle Tours
Jungle Lodges Reservations
Train To Machupicchu
Peru Info
Tourism Peru
 
Peru Tourist Circuits
All Peru Tours
Peru Tours Superior
Peru Escorted Escape Tour
Escorted Fixed Departure Tours
Peru Affordable Tours
Peru Familiy Tours
Premiun Inca Trail
Luxury Adventure Tours
Luxury Inca Trail
Peru Tours Premiun
Peru Gourmet Tours
Peru Archaeology Tours
Peruvian Train Journay
Peru Birding Tours
Wildlife Tours in Peru
Peru Fishing Tours
Mountain Biking Tours
All Peru Treks
Machupicchu Tours Specials
Tailor Made Peru Tours
Peru Adventure Tours
Peru Jungle Tours
Peru Last Minute Trips
Homestay & Working Tour
Volunteering Programmes
Peru Honeymoon Tours
Authentic Colors of Peru
Rafting & Kayac Tours
Cycling & Surfing Tours
Disavility Tours in Peru
Wheelchair Tours in Peru
Special needs Tours in Peru
Add on Tour Externsions
Galapagos Islands Honeymoon
Peru Tourism
 
Galapagos Tourist Information
 
Peru Tourism Info by Trippers
Headquater Lima
Guzman barron st. 3816
SMP-Condevilla
--------------------
p.(51-1)4564144
f.(51-1)5650016
p.(51-1)5680834
tourism@peru.com           
Southamerica Tours – Peru
CUSCO TO PUNO BY TRAIN - ANDEAN EXPLORER
Cusco to Puno ( Titicaca Lake) by Train - The Andean Explorer Train
Machupicchu  Tours
Cusco - Puno ( Lake Titicaca )
This spectacular rail journey runs on the route between historic Cuzco and the beautiful city of Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca.  The train running on this service is the Andean Explorer

As the train travels from Cuzco - Puno (Lake Titicaca) it makes a gentle climb to higher and cooler altitudes.  The first half of the journey is dominated by the magnificent Andean mountains which tower over the deep valleys of the meandering Huatanay River. 

It then reaches the gentler, rolling Andean Plains, where vicuña and alpaca can be seen.  The journey is broken by a scenic stop at La Raya, which is also the highest point on the route.
Machupicchu Tours

2010 RATES - PRICE PER ONE DAY TRIP
From 1st April  2009

 

Andean Explorer : CUSCO - PUNO ( Lake Titicaca )

Departure

Arrival

Service*

Price (one way)

 Soles s/.

08:00

18:00

Andean Explorer

US$ 299.00

986.70

Machupicchu Tours

Andean Explorer :PUNO ( Lake Titicaca) - Cusco

Departure

Arrival

Service*

Price (one way)

Soles s/. 

08:00

18:00

Andean Explorer

US$ 299.00

986.70

       
Machupicchu Tours Train to Machupicchu Bookings Train to Machupicchu Bookings
What's Included
 

Andean Explorer - Lunch and afternoon tea are included on the train ticket. Restaurant and Bar service is available at an additional cost. Service Dates:

November - March:   Trains run Monday, Wednesday, Saturday
April - October: Trains run on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Please Note:
Exchange rate approved is S/. 3.20
Above prices include local taxes.

Machupicchu Tours
CheckThe Journay Details:
Cusco to Puno ( Lake Titicaca )
 

Cusco - from Cusco, the train heads south-east, following the Huatanay River through green fields dotted with willow trees and eucalyptus groves, and passing outlying communities gathered around colonial churches.

25 km from Cusco - the train passes through Oropesa, an early-rising community whose forty-seven bakeries have provided Cusco with its daily bread for generations. 

32 km - before reaching Lake Muina, the train turns to the left, crossing the valley road, to join the Vilcanota River at Huambutio as it plunges sharply into its gorge before widening into the great Urubamba canyon. 

40 km - at Rumicolca, we are close to the great stone gateway of the same name which, for the Incas, silently guarded the southern approach to Cusco.  For the much earlier Wari culture it served as an aqueduct, channeling water from the picturesque Laguna de Lucre to their walled city at Pikillacta. 

45 km - the church at Andahuaylillas is one of the jewels in Cusco’s colonial crown and boasts a magnificent series of murals and superb colonial-era paintings, all on diverse religious themes. 

59 km - at Urcos lies the lake which gives the village its name.  Urcos is both a popular spot for weekenders from Cusco and as local legend suggests, the repository of Inca gold hidden there forever by local chieftains, anxious to prevent the Spanish from melting down their sacred objects. 

80 km - the two villages of Cusipata and Checacupe (at 99 km) hide unexpected treasures of both pre-Columbian and colonial origin, from fine Inca and pre-Inca remains, to yet another ornately-decorated 17th century church. 

120 km - at Raqchi, just before the San Pedro railway station, the remains of the great temple of Viracocha, the creator god, can just be seen to the left of the train.  Raqchi has been described by John Hemming as "probably the largest roofed building ever built by the Incas".  Seventeen km beyond San Pedro, the train stops at Sicuani, a bustling island of commerce amid a barren landscape.  Aymara women ferry their goods around this important market town on nimbly-chauffeured taxi-tricycles, or sit impassively before their wares awaiting a buyer. 

186 km - at Marangani, where an English-style manor house built in the last century is still home to the descendents of the wool barons who established the regions only textile factory there more than one hundred years ago, Cuzco’s fertile hills give way to the high plain known as the Altiplano.

The train continues to climb for another 27 km, past the thermal baths at Aguas Calientes to La Raya, 210 km from Puno. At 4321 metres above sea level this is the highest point on the journey, a cold, remote place whose surrounding snow-draped peaks are often shrouded by mist or fine rain, and whose eerie silence is at least partly attributable to eardrums blocked by the dizzying altitude.  Crossing this great watershed, the train travels across a sea of seemingly-endless coarse grassland through villages lost in time.


281 km - the train reaches Juliaca, a commercial railway-junction town of around 150,000 inhabitants, whose rampant buying and selling seems at times to virtually spill onto the tracks and force the train to pick its way through their stalls.

Juliaca is the last stop on this journey through Andean highland culture before reaching Puno (3855 metres), an expanding, low-roofed university town spread around an austere cathedral, which, since its foundation in 1668, has strengthened its tenuous grip on the shores of Lake Titicaca by gradually scaling the surrounding hills

 
Machupicchu Trains
 
     
Peru Special Tours Offers
Best Tours in Peru
Cusco & Machupicchu 5d / 4n   Manu Jungle Expeditions 4d / 3 n
Inca Trail 4 d / 3 n   Iquitos Amazon Tours 4 d / 3n
Lima Tours + Hotels 3d /2n   Nazca Lines and Ballestas Island Full Day
Peru and Bolivia Tours 14 days 13 nights  

Machupicchu,Nazca Lines,Titicaca lake tours

Email Contact : toursperu@outlook.comPhone : 0051 + 999017609
WhatsApp0051 + 999017609 Facebook.com/tripstoperu
S. Guzman Barron # 3816 - Condevilla SMP Lima 31 South America Peru
Trippers Peru : Tours & Travel Agency │ Machu Picchu Peru Tours

www.peruviaggi.itwww.peruviagens.com.br www.peruturismo.eswww.perutravel.pewww.machupicchu.com.es

Peru Travel
Peru Reisen
Peru Voyage
Peru Viaggi
Peru Viagem
Turismo en Peru
Peru Travel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Peru Treks Galapagos Islands Cruises Train to Machupicchu Bookings Train to Machupicchu Bookings