Inti Punku Macchu Picchu Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
Photos of Inti Punku Macchu Picchu Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Inti Punku Macchu Picchu Hotel Aguas Calientes
Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes
... the Paisa's (people from Medellin) are extremely proud of, particularly as it was built during pretty dark times for the city, which I'll come on to. You can tell they're proud of it as there isn't a single bit of graffiti or rubbish anywhere to be seen, in contrast to the rest of the city. Our reason for taking the cable car was for the amazing views from the top, plus the opportunity to get a close up (safe) view of how people in the 'rough' barrios live, passing just a ...
... a large, grassy area, where I imagined a bustling community. At the far end of the plaza were a couple of buildings, between which sat the Sacred Rock. Julian told us that the Incas were so busy that they could not get to the top of mountains to make offerings, so they would find a giant rock that looked like a sacred mountain and make offerings there. In this case, the Sacred Rock not only looked like the sacred mountain in the distance ...
... amp; the views were hard to beat. Then we had to descend. Hours of downhill, on rocky roads, through the cloud forest down to 2800 meters. We were all happy to reach the camp at the end of the day to enjoy a semi-cold beer.Day three was easier again, with only 13 km to walk, though still a steady downhill. This was mostly through the cloud forest, where we saw humming birds flying around. The day ...
Snow capped volcanoes, stunning blue lakes, running streams & lots of animals such as vicunas, llamas, vizcachas, condors, birds & ducks!!
I think what I love most about this place is that it is so 'tranquilo'. The landscape is beautiful, there are animals everywhere, and the most tourists we saw all day was about 8 - including ourselves! And also including the polish couple who hired the car that we almost hired ourselves from Arica yesterday - ...
So I´m back in Chile today after I was denied entry into Bolivia. This ´Welcome to Bolovia´ sign was all I got to see...
What a nightmare. After riding 5 hours on a bus to the border, they wouldn´t let me enter. Apparently there was an issue with my passport. Because I was born in Korea, they also wanted to see a Korean passport as well as my US passport. I haven´t ...