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Peru Rail Prices: For the adventurous traveler who likes to discover each destination at his own pace. The Expedition train is the best option for the route from Cusco to Machu Picchu, where the trip becomes an expedition that begins before arriving at the destination.
Peru Rail has carriages fully covered by panoramic windows so that the traveler can immerse himself in the beauty of the natural landscape, and make his experience to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu begin on the train.
Because the expedition begins as soon as you leave for your destination.
A travel experience with all the quality and benefits of Perurail at a lower cost.
Relax, the Expedition starts here.
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The village of Poroy is located about 20 minutes from the center of the city of Cusco where we start our journey, which lasts 3 hours.
Ten minutes from Poroy we will find the town of Cachimayo, famous for its ANFO and fertilizer factory. Then we arrive at the town of Cachimayo (Izcuchaca), where the railroad passes through the center of this town, and then continues through the Pampa de Anta, cattle area, and then we arrive at the town of Huarocondo, where you can taste the best dishes of piglets that are offered in the most important celebrations of the population of Cusco.
Then you will come to a narrow gorge, called Pomatales, where there is a small river of the same name. At Km. 48 there is a zigzag, which indicates the descent to the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Sacred Valley of the Incas
. Further on, we will see the Pachar station, where the Pomatales River flows into the Vilcanota or Urubamba, formerly called Willcamayu (sacred river).
At the foot of the mountains on the left we will be able to see the andenerías, Inca terraces, which are still used by the inhabitants of the area. At Km. 68 is the station of
where the archaeological park of Ollantaytambo is located.
Following the route about 15 minutes from Ollantaytambo, we will see on the right side the snowy Veronica (5682 meters) with breathtaking scenery, this mountain is part of the Andes.
Phiri, Tanccac, Chillca, Piskacucho are the towns you will cross on this stretch of the route and then head to Km. 82, the starting point of the 4-day, 3-night Inca Trail.
At Km. 88 is Qorihuayrachina, the starting point of the second route of the Inca Trail, which takes three days and two nights. From Km. 93 or Pampacawa, you will notice the change in the vegetation and how we approach the jungle and also the increase in temperature is noticeable. Following the route, we arrive at Chachabamba at Km. 104, another starting point of the Inca Trail, an archaeological zone. Many tourists disembark at this point because it is the shortest trekking route to reach the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, (approx. 6 hours of walking).
Two minutes after Km. 104, if you look closely at the top of the mountain on the left, you will see the archaeological site of Wiñay Wayna. And at the foot of the mountain you will see the archaeological site of Choquesuysuy integrated by the corridors and enclosures. At Km 106. is the dam and hydroelectric power plant that provides electricity to the entire Cusco area.
From this point we will be 10 minutes away from the Machu Picchu station located in the town of Machu Picchu Pueblo (Aguas Calientes), at the end of our train trip.
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