Hotel La Cabana Machupicchu
Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes
Am Dienstag gings los! Wir hatten nach vielem Hin-und-Her uns entschlossen, eine Pauschalreise nach Machu Picchu zu buchen und zwar beim süßen Alfredo :) Der uns super gut informierte und uns auf der Parkbank erklärte, dass es kaum mehr Zugtickets gäbe (krass!) - so nahmen wir, was noch da war und bezahlten am Ende 180 USD jeder f …
Quechua word for connecting with Pachamama, mother earth.
I spent the last 5 days on the Inka Trail, Machupicchu, and Waynapicchu. I miss it already. It wasn´t easy physically, but it was way more emotional and spiritually moving than anything else. I learned so much about Inka traditions and their spirituality on the trail. Happy to …
Huaraz is a bit of a trekking mecca in Peru. We stopped there for 2 nights to get some more altitude "training" in before the Inca Trail.
We spent our first day trying to chose what to do - the options were endless! The 6,000m glacier was ruled out by the tour guides, as we weren`t acclimatised :-( ... maybe next time! In the end we opted …
After another long night of travelling, we made it to Aguas Calientes and finally got to bed around midnight. We woke up at 3am and got ready to go. We walked down to the bus stop at around 3:30am and waited there til 5:30 am for the first bus up to the entrance of Machu Picchu. We got up so early so we could be one of the 400 people allowed to …
Well I came on a tour cos it was cheap: All included and I just sit there so it is pretty cruisy. Prices for the tours are fairly arbitary and people seem to have paid from 120s to 45s. Me being the cheapskate paid 45 and most seem to have paid around 70. They picked me up in the bus at 8.30 and after a few more stops we were on our way to Canyon …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet