Machu Picchu Blog
Huayna Picchu Mountain, also known as Wayna Picchu Mountain, is the slightly less famous mountain that soaks up the background in everyone’s picture of Machu Picchu. Huayna Picchu in Quechua means “Young Peak.”
The Machu Picchu weather is an essential factor for anyone traveling to Machu Picchu. Depending on the time of the season, rain, sun, wind, fog, and clouds can all play a role in your trip to Machu Picchu. Because Machu Picchu is in the mountains, the weather can change drastically depending on the time of year and even the time of day.
Not quite sure where Machu Picchu is? The easy answer is Peru. But there is so much more to that answer.
Looking at flights to Machu Picchu, the UNESCO World Heritage site built in the 16th century is on the bucket list of many people. Unfortunately, there’s no easy path to Machu Picchu. If you plan to travel to Peru and visit Machu Picchu, there is only one way to fly to get to Machu Picchu.
Don’t go to Machu Picchu without knowing best sights you should be looking for inside the complex. These are the best things to do and see in Machu Picchu.
You’re taking a trip to Machu Picchu by train or a trek to Machu Picchu and not sure what to bring, we conveniently have made a Machu Picchu packing list for you below. You’ll be able to see all the items we recommend and some we don’t. This is going to be categorized into three types. Things you must bring, things we recommend but are optional, and last things you can’t bring.
A Machu Picchu trip cost has various factor playing into your total cost. Check out the post where we cover your airfare, transportation, tickets, accommodation, and food costs.
Rumors surrounding Machu Picchu closing to the public seem to sprout up every year. Where does the rumor come from and is there any truth to the noise? Check out the details inside.
Machu Picchu Mountain is a day hike for those able to spend a little extra time at Machu Picchu. Behold the complete guide to Machu Picchu Mountain.
This complete guide will explain how to get your tickets with 3 options to choose from, the cost associated, how to add Machu Picchu Mountain and/or Huayna Picchu, explain how to get refunds, and lastly we threw in a few tips on how to make this lengthy process a little bit easier.