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TICKETS FOR INTI RAYMI 2018 WILL BE ON SALE FROM MONDAY, APRIL 9 ?>

TICKETS FOR INTI RAYMI 2018 WILL BE ON SALE FROM MONDAY, APRIL 9

From Monday, April 9th 2018, the Municipal Company of Celebrations of Cusco – EMUFEC, will make available to the public the system of reservation and purchase of tickets for the Inti Raymi or Sun Festival. The purchase of seats for this important traditional event – ancestral, can be done online, by accessing the website of the institution: www.emufec.gob.pe platform where the link for the service in question will be available. The tickets will be available according to the following detail:…

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Restrict Machu Picchu schedule three days before the holy week ?>

Restrict Machu Picchu schedule three days before the holy week

Through a statement, the Municipality of Machu Picchu has informed that the access time to the citadel of Machu Picchu will be restricted from Monday March 26 to Wednesday March 28 2018, in order to remove loose material, before the evidence that a landslide could occur. The mayor of Machu Picchu is the same one who dictates the restriction.  

Authorization for Inka Trail ?>

Authorization for Inka Trail

The National Service of Natural Protected Areas by the Government (SERNANP) recognizes to INKA TRAIL EXPEDITIONS PERÚ E.I.R.L. as an Authorized Travel and Tourism Agency for the provision of tourist services in the Inka Trails Network of the Historic Sanctuary of Machupicchu.  

Promotional rates: new prices to enter Machu Picchu on 2018 ?>

Promotional rates: new prices to enter Machu Picchu on 2018

Prices will be valid until December 31, 2018. Rates were established with the aim of promoting domestic tourism This Wednesday, the Ministry of Culture (Mincul), through Ministerial Resolution No. 492-2017-MC, announced the promotional rates for domestic tourists, foreigners living in Peru and the Andean Community, to enter the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu during the year 2018. These prices were designated with the objective of promoting domestic tourism. In this regard, it is provided that the competent authorities may establish…

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Salkantay Trek Weather Along the Route ?>

Salkantay Trek Weather Along the Route

Weather on Salkantay Trek Weather on Salkantay trek is very varied, due to the fact that it winds its way through wildly different terrain at different altitudes. The only place where weather is a serious concern is the Salkantay Pass, and the nearby areas. Temperatures here, and at the nearby Soraypampa campsite, can fall below freezing. The other camps are much warmer, due to their proximity to the cloud forest. AVERAGE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE IN CUSCO The months September, October, November and…

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Inti Raymi Festival of the Sun ?>

Inti Raymi Festival of the Sun

The Inti Raymi Festival of the Sun in Peru It makes perfect sense to worship the sun, After all, what is the true source of life giving energy on this planet, but, the sun? It helps plants grow, like the hundreds of different types of nourishing Andean potatoes. Sun nourished green, leafy life forms give us air to breathe and feed grazing animals like llamas, which are perhaps the coolest creatures on the planet. That many cultures actively praise this…

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Salkantay Trek Reviews ?>

Salkantay Trek Reviews

Salkantay Trek Reviews   Salkantay Trek Salkantay trek review 1: “I done the 4 day 3 night trek which was Amazing from start to finish! Our guide Carlos ‘the mountain king’ was brilliant and so was the horseman who carried our duffle bags and set up the tents also the Chef Antonia who cooked all of our delicious meals everyday! The trek takes you to some of the most beautiful.” Salkantay trek review 2: “Fantastic 5 days, 4 night trek…

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Top 3 Alternative treks to Machu Picchu ?>

Top 3 Alternative treks to Machu Picchu

1. Inca Trail: The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the world’s most popular tours, this road is full of beautiful landscapes, trails surrounded by mountains, cloud forests, etc. They are somewhat natural appeal of this road which was created by the Inkas centuries ago, this path made of stones used it to reach the lost city of Machu Picchu.   2. Salkantay Trek: This Trek is a great alternative to the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Going…

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