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Cusco (Poroy) - Machu Picchu 
This spectacular journey to the ancient ruins at Machu Picchu can be taken on the  Expedition trains. 

The journey begins from the village of Poroy just outside Cusco.

The train then descends from the highest point of the journey into the Sacred Valley and the foothills of the Andes.  Before reaching Machu Picchu, the train travels along the Urubamba River, with awe-inspiring views of the dramatic canyon.
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From 1st January 2009 until 31st December 2009


Backpacker Train: CUSCO (POROY) - MACHU PICCHU




Price (one way)

 Soles s/.




US$ 87.00


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Backpacker Train: MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO (POROY)




Price (one way)

Soles s/. 




US$ 89.00


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What's Included
Backpacker - Snacks and/or drinks are served at an additional cost. Service Dates: Daily departures.
Please Note:
Exchange rate approved is S/. 3.20
Above prices include local taxes.
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CheckThe Journay Details:
Poroy - Machupicchu

Embarking at Poroy the journey begins by descending into the Sacred Valley, passing by lush, green fields and colourful villages in the foothills of the Andes.  After departing Poroy and going through Cachimayo, the train descends to the plateau of Anta, a patchwork landscape of typical Andean crops and passes lush fields and colourful villages in the foothills of the Andes.  
Far to the left, just below the horizon, the massive agricultural terraces of Jaquijahuana can be seen, close to the village of Zurite.  Sadly, these great terraces are all that remain today of what was once a major Inca city, lost forever during the first years after the Spanish conquest. 
Beyond the town of Huarocondo the great plain narrows dramatically as the track enters a deep gorge carved by the rushing Pomatales River down which the railway, too, is funnelled until it meets the Urubamba River, which runs through the beautiful Sacred Valley.
The train passes through extensive areas of terracing dotted with the ruins of Inca fortresses.  Bisecting this are still-visible sections of an ancient, long-abandoned highway adopted by the muleteers of the late 19th century, who used it to travel between Cusco and the rubber plantations of the Amazon lowlands. 
Five kilometres beyond Pachar, is the village of Ollantaytambo where farmers work with the same patience and skill that their ancestors must have employed to shape and then move the huge blocks of stone with which they built both their homes and the temples in which they worshipped. 
As the train leaves Ollantaytambo to begin the last part of its journey to Machu Picchu, the temple complex known as The Fortress, dedicated sometime in the 15th century to the many deities of the Inca pantheon, can be seen to the right above the earthwork ramp once used to drag its monolithic blocks up from the valley floor. 
The railway follows the river into the Urubamba Gorge.  At Coriwaynachina, known simply to the generations of hikers who have begun the Inca Trail there as Km 88, a fine staircase carved into the rock leads to a series of ruined buildings where once, it is said, Inca artisans took advantage of the constant wind that rises from the valley floor to smelt gold.
Emerging from a short tunnel, a series of beautiful agricultural terraces marks the ruins of Qente, which in Quechua means hummingbird.  In this fertile microclimate fed by a nearby waterfall, giant hummingbirds are indeed a common sight in the early morning and bright flowers bloom all year round. 
Surrounded by tall ceibos and rocky outcrops hung with orchids and bromeliads, the train passes Km 104 at Chachabamba, from where the one-day trek to Machu Picchu via the magnificent ruins of Wiñay Wayna begins.
At just two km from the Inca Remains, the train arrives at Machu Picchu Town.  Surrounded by the high, green mountains that cradle the famous lost city, as well as myriad other Inca remains, this small town, which is well known for its thermal baths, has blossomed into a popular overnight destination for travellers to Machu Picchu.
Guests disembark at Machu Picchu Town to start a unique experience at Machu Picchu Inca Citadel.

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