Useful Information - Machu Picchu

Schedules and regulation

Schedules and regulation The National Archaeological Park of Machu Picchu, which includes the ruins of the Inca civilization in the area of Machu Picchu and Wayana Picchu, as well as the Inca Trail, part of the historical heritage of humanity since in 1983 Unesco will grant them such a distinction. Since such indicated date, the Peru Government has demonstrated its commitment to preserve such wonder of the story, at the same time that shared with millions of visitors every year, so it has imposed a series of schedules, regulations of visits and restrictions to continue to guarantee the welfare of Machu Picchu.
The National Archaeological Park schedules have to be previously checked out because the Park has a capacity limited to 2500 visitors per day. The schedule of park entrance begins with its opening at 6: 00 am and continues until 4: 00 pm.


The town of Aguas Calientes

The town of Aguas CalientesThe town of Aguas Calientes, located at 1,700 meters above the sea level, is without a doubtone of the major points in the Inca Trail, and therefore, a must-see spot for anyone who wants to enjoy a wonderful stay in the Machu Picchu area. The village of Machu Picchu as it is also known to this core population that has to be the one closest to the historical citadel of Machu Picchu.
Other beautiful places of interest are the thermal waters as the Mandor Gardens, as well as various trekking routes they delve to the traveler in the Inti Punku or the Huayna Picchu. The thermal waters offer one of the best experiences for travelers during the Inca Trail.


Guía de viajes de Machu Picchu