Hatuchay Hotel - Machu Picchu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHatuchay Hotel - Machu Picchu Aguas Calientes
We had a nice room with a balcony overlooking the river. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Dinner and breakfast were adequate. It was an easy walk to the bus station.
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... bottom if that happened. I can't remember ever being so happy to get off a bus ever.
Once at the top, you can purchase food, water and souvenirs, all at steep prices, of course. Then you can go inside the gates. It was hot up at the top and we were all dressed warm, but they have a place to check your stuff for a fee. So we de-layered and went in for our tour with our guide, Holger.
We started by going up to the ...
... Alex had to continually run between us and them, who were a good couple of hours behind by the time we'd reached the peak. I think he must have done easily 50kms that day. By the middle of the day when it became clear that they would never make it to camp by nightfall, he hired some horses for them and begged them to please hire a car for the next day, which they happily did. Why you would book such a challenging and lengthy trek when you're in such bad shape is beyond me.
... trip called the Salkantay Trek which we booked though a specialist company called Salkantay Trekking (see what they did there?). Team Salkantay was made up of two guides called Roy and Oscar (aka Clavy) plus Ali & Martina (a Dutch couple), Bettina & Stefan (a Swiss couple), Jono & Emilie (an Australian couple), Anne & Cornelius (a Dutch/German couple) and Pancho & Rebecca (a Spanish/Canadian couple). Yep, you may have noticed that we seemed to be a group ...
... tent. There is ice on the roof and it was hard to sleep because of the cold. Pancakes for breakfast:)
Once again layered up in most of our clothes, we head off, climbing up to 4,600m and the Salkantay pass. We leave a stack of rocks, which is our offering to the mountain.
The rest of the day is an 8-9 hour trek down hill. From Salkantay we work our way past the black granite rocks and frozen streams (spotting a couple of vizcachas on the way, a kind of wild ...