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2-Day Tour: Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu by Train
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2-Day Tour: Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu by Train
No visit to Peru is complete without ticking off the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site and its surroundings during a 2-day tour that allows you to explore at a more relaxed pace than you would on a day trip. Ideal for first-time visitors, this package saves you the stress of advance planning.
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I wish this review could be longer and elaborate. Unfortunately, it won't be like that. Pisac supposed to be the last site in the Sacred Valley I'd had to visit of that day, but due to the heavy rains, that caused land slides and rock falls, the access to the site was closed
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We made it! We tough the site was closed, but the day we visited the site was available. Pachamama was with us!
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We could not get on our tour to this place but we have to book separete tour to visit Pisac. The place is fantastic!
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The Pisac ruins depict the life of the Incas. it is worth a visit but beware of the high altitude. Get acclimated to the altitude before visiting the ruins. You can walk around and climb to the top for nice views.
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Took a taxi to the top and walked down. Pisac was almost as stunning as macchu picchu- really highly recommended
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