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UPDATE: Machu Picchu Guide 2019 - December 2018

The Peruvian Government is constantly seeking to maintain Machu Picchu’s sustainability and to improve visitors on-site experience. New regulations regarding Machu Picchu have recently been made official by the Peruvian Government. The new regulations are the following.

New Entry Times: 3 time slots

Before these new regulations, visitors could enter Machu Picchu during a morning and an afternoon time slots.  
Now, starting 2019, there will be three (3) available time slots:
 
– Early morning time slot: 6am to 8am. There will be 2,400 visitor spaces available. 
 
– Mid morning time slot:  9am to 11am. There will be 1,760 visitor spaces available. 
 
– Afternoon time slot:  12pm to 2pm. There will be 1,440 visitor spaces available
 
Visitors will continue to have 4 hours available to stay at Machu Picchu from the moment they enter the site. 
 
For visitors hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu:
Visitors sleeping at the Phuyupatamarca Campsite, the night before arriving to Machu Picchu, will enter during the early morning time slot. Visitors sleeping at the Wiñaywayna Campsite, the night before arriving to Machu Picchu, will enter during the mid morning time slot.

Guides:

Guides are no longer mandatory to enter Machu Picchu. This means that you don’t have to hire one. At BMQ Travel, all the tours that include Machu Picchu have an excellent and fun english speaking guided included. The insights that our very knowledgeable guides provide include facts and folklore stories that are super entertaining.   
 
Read the complete Machu Picchu 2019 Guide here.
Read the complete Inca Trail Guide 2019 here.

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At BMQ Travel we strive for excellence in service and customer satisfaction. As part of that vision we elaborate this guides for travelers who are interested in the main Adventures and Activities Peru has to offer. 

$447

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2 Days

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Express Inca Trail Tour. Day 1: Hike to Machu Picchu through the Sun Gate. Day 2: Machu Picchu visit and return to Cusco or Urubamba.

$1,183

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7 Days

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu + Cusco + Urubamba

4 Day Inca Trail (3 Nights Camping) + Rafting + Mountain Bike + Cusco City and Urubamba nights.

$783

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4 days

Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a journey of a lifetime. Included: 3 nights camping with Chef Designed meals and extra large comfortable tents.

Peru Tourism related links

  • PromPeru – Peru Export and Tourism Promotion Board
  • MTC – Ministry of Transport and Communications (Peru)
  • Mincetur – Ministry of Tourism and Exports
  • Mincetur Tourism – Tourism Area of the Mincetur

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