Who lived in Machu Picchu?

Who lived in Machu Picchu?: We can imagine what Machu Picchu looked like in all its splendor during the Inca period?. Amazing?, the truth is different. This because there is no written legacy of the Incas. It is therefore very … Read More

Machu Picchu zipline

Machu Picchu Zipline: This zipline is located in Santa Teresa. Every adventurous traveler who hike the famous Salkantay Trek, is free to venture in this zipline. Now we will know more about this incredible Machu Picchu zipline. So let’s start: What … Read More

Machu Picchu: Bird Observatory

Birdwatching is a hobby that more and more people practice, but those who love these animals will find that “Machu Picchu is a true paradise for bird watching”it is why some people call Machu Picchu: Bird Observatory; Imagine watching birds … Read More

Machu Picchu Vacation

There are many people who make trips to the lost city of the Incas, sometimes only one day. But if you have more time available, Why not plan a good Machu Picchu Vacation? plan that dream trip to Cusco to … Read More

Who discover Machu Picchu?

The “discovery” of Machu Picchu in Peru In July 2011, 100 years of the “discovery” of Machu Picchu was celebrated. But the term “discovery” leads to ask When Machu Picchu was found? . The existence of the Inca site was … Read More

Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge

The Hotel Santuary Lodge in Aguas Calientes Machu Picchu, is one of the most important patrimonies of humanity, Machu Picchu is a sacred place of ancient stones illuminated by spectacular sunrises and mystical moonlit nights. Do you imagine one night … Read More

Why was Machu Picchu built?

This is a question that almost the majority of people ask themselves, the reason, that inspired them to make tremendous constructions in these high places. In this article I will try to answer or understand something about why it was … Read More

Machu Picchu at night

Machu Picchu at night; It is a group of archaeological sites belonging to a great old city. There is only one hotel near this one. Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu town), is the closest city to the sanctuary of Machu Picchu, … Read More

The Skinny on Machu Picchu

Day Tripping vs Overnight. You can visit Mahu Picchu on a day trip, but we recommend staying overnight at the hotel near the entrance or at a hotel in Aguas Calientes . A day trip allows you about four hours … Read More