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The Machupicchu archaeological complex is located in the department of Cusco, in the Urubamba province and district of Machupicchu. It is perched on the eastern slopes of the Vilcanota mountain range, a chain of mountains curtailed by the Apurimac and Urubamba Rivers. At latitude 13º7' South and longitude 72035' West of the Greenwich Meridian, Machupicchu is located at a height of 2,350 meters above sea level (main square).
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  1. 1. HYPERLINK "http://www.amerinkatravel.com" Machu Picchu Peru<br />LOCATION <br /> The Machupicchu archaeological complex is located in the department of Cusco, in the Urubamba province and district of Machupicchu. It is perched on the eastern slopes of the Vilcanota mountain range, a chain of mountains curtailed by the Apurimac and Urubamba Rivers. At latitude 13º7' South and longitude 72035' West of the Greenwich Meridian, Machupicchu is located at a height of 2,350 meters above sea level (main square).<br /> Climate And Environment HYPERLINK "http://www.amerinkatravel.com"Machu Picchu Peru<br />It is located in a subtropical zone, or dense wood, the reason why the climate is mild, warm and damp, with an average year-round temperature of 130C during the day. One can perceive two distinct seasons during the year: the rainy season from November to March, which is a time of heavy rains. Visitors are advised to dress accordingly during this season. The dry season from April to October brings on higher temperatures<br />Flora And Fauna Machu Picchu Peru<br />Both are abundant and varied. Typical plant life in the historic reserve of Machupicchu includes pisonayes, q'eofias, alisos, puya palm trees, ferns and more than 90 species of orchids.<br />The fauna in the reserve includes the spectacled bear, cock-of-the-rocks or "tunqui", tankas, wildcats and an impressive variety of butterflies and insects unique in the region.<br />The lie of the land, the natural surroundings and the strategic location of Machupicchu lend this monument a fusion of beauty, harmony and balance between the work of the ancient Peruvians and the whims of nature.<br />History Machu Picchu Peru<br />One cannot pinpoint the first to populate these lands, as it was a time of occupation rather than foundations. Machupicchu was visited by explorers well before Hiram Bingham, although with little success. These included Antonio Raymondi, the Count of Sartiges and Charles Wiener. Other visits included one in July 1909 by the Santander brothers, whose inscription can be found carved into the base of the Temple of the Sun. At the same time, Peruvian explorers Enrique Palma, Augustin Lizárraga and Gavino Sánchez arrived at the citadel by the route of San Miguel.<br />Inca Trail For 2 Days, 1 Night HYPERLINK "http://www.amerinkatravel.com"Machu Picchu Peru <br />First Day: Machu Picchu Peru<br />CUSCO - WIÑAYWAYNA - MACHUPICCHUThe pick you up at 5 and 45 am. Hotel and brought them to the train station, where we will go see picturesque landscapes, until the Km 104 where we began our trek. From the archaeological site of "Chachabamba" (2250 mts) went up by approx. 2 1 / 2 hours to the fascinating archaeological site of Wiñaywayna (2650 mts) where we enjoyed a picnic. In the afternoon we follow the semi-tropical forest to the "Intipunku" (the Gate of the Sun) of where we can enjoy the first panoramic view of the majestic Machupicchu. From here we descend by bus to Aguas Calientes where you can optionally visit the thermal baths and comfortably spend the night in a hostel can this be the Inka Tambo Hostal, Hostal Continental Hostal Royal Garden, among others according to availability.SECOND DAY:MACHU PICCHU - CUSCOAfter breakfast we went with the first bus to Machu Picchu to enjoy sunrise in this magical place before the arrival of other tourists from Cusco. Enjoy the tranquility of the lost city of the Incas on a guided tour, some free time. In the afternoon we went by bus to Aguas Calientes from where we return to Cusco by train. Transfer to Hotel.<br />http://www.amerinkatravel.com<br /><a href="http://www.amerinkatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />LOCATION <br /> The Machupicchu archaeological complex is located in the department of Cusco, in the Urubamba province and district of Machupicchu. It is perched on the eastern slopes of the Vilcanota mountain range, a chain of mountains curtailed by the Apurimac and Urubamba Rivers. At latitude 13º7' South and longitude 72035' West of the Greenwich Meridian, Machupicchu is located at a height of 2,350 meters above sea level (main square).<br /> Climate And Environment <a href="http://www.amerinkatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />It is located in a subtropical zone, or dense wood, the reason why the climate is mild, warm and damp, with an average year-round temperature of 130C during the day. One can perceive two distinct seasons during the year: the rainy season from November to March, which is a time of heavy rains. Visitors are advised to dress accordingly during this season. The dry season from April to October brings on higher temperatures<br />Flora And Fauna <a href="http://www.amerinkatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />Both are abundant and varied. Typical plant life in the historic reserve of Machupicchu includes pisonayes, q'eofias, alisos, puya palm trees, ferns and more than 90 species of orchids.<br />The fauna in the reserve includes the spectacled bear, cock-of-the-rocks or "tunqui", tankas, wildcats and an impressive variety of butterflies and insects unique in the region.<br />The lie of the land, the natural surroundings and the strategic location of Machupicchu lend this monument a fusion of beauty, harmony and balance between the work of the ancient Peruvians and the whims of nature.<br />History <a href="http://www.amerinkatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />One cannot pinpoint the first to populate these lands, as it was a time of occupation rather than foundations. Machupicchu was visited by explorers well before Hiram Bingham, although with little success. These included Antonio Raymondi, the Count of Sartiges and Charles Wiener. Other visits included one in July 1909 by the Santander brothers, whose inscription can be found carved into the base of the Temple of the Sun. At the same time, Peruvian explorers Enrique Palma, Augustin Lizárraga and Gavino Sánchez arrived at the citadel by the route of San Miguel.<br />Inca Trail For 2 Days, 1 Night <a href="http://www.amerinkatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />First Day: <a href="http://www.amerinkatravel.com/"> Machu Picchu Peru </a><br />CUSCO - WIÑAYWAYNA - MACHUPICCHUThe pick you up at 5 and 45 am. Hotel and brought them to the train station, where we will go see picturesque landscapes, until the Km 104 where we began our trek. From the archaeological site of "Chachabamba" (2250 mts) went up by approx. 2 1 / 2 hours to the fascinating archaeological site of Wiñaywayna (2650 mts) where we enjoyed a picnic. In the afternoon we follow the semi-tropical forest to the "Intipunku" (the Gate of the Sun) of where we can enjoy the first panoramic view of the majestic Machupicchu. From here we descend by bus to Aguas Calientes where you can optionally visit the thermal baths and comfortably spend the night in a hostel can this be the Inka Tambo Hostal, Hostal Continental Hostal Royal Garden, among others according to availability.SECOND DAY:MACHU PICCHU - CUSCOAfter breakfast we went with the first bus to Machu Picchu to enjoy sunrise in this magical place before the arrival of other tourists from Cusco. Enjoy the tranquility of the lost city of the Incas on a guided tour, some free time. In the afternoon we went by bus to Aguas Calientes from where we return to Cusco by train. Transfer to Hotel.<br />http://www.amerinkatravel.com<br /> [url=http://www.amerinkatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />LOCATION <br /> The Machupicchu archaeological complex is located in the department of Cusco, in the Urubamba province and district of Machupicchu. It is perched on the eastern slopes of the Vilcanota mountain range, a chain of mountains curtailed by the Apurimac and Urubamba Rivers. At latitude 13º7' South and longitude 72035' West of the Greenwich Meridian, Machupicchu is located at a height of 2,350 meters above sea level (main square).<br /> Climate And Environment [url=http://www.amerinkatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />It is located in a subtropical zone, or dense wood, the reason why the climate is mild, warm and damp, with an average year-round temperature of 130C during the day. One can perceive two distinct seasons during the year: the rainy season from November to March, which is a time of heavy rains. Visitors are advised to dress accordingly during this season. The dry season from April to October brings on higher temperatures<br />Flora And Fauna [url=http://www.amerinkatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />Both are abundant and varied. Typical plant life in the historic reserve of Machupicchu includes pisonayes, q'eofias, alisos, puya palm trees, ferns and more than 90 species of orchids.<br />The fauna in the reserve includes the spectacled bear, cock-of-the-rocks or "tunqui", tankas, wildcats and an impressive variety of butterflies and insects unique in the region.<br />The lie of the land, the natural surroundings and the strategic location of Machupicchu lend this monument a fusion of beauty, harmony and balance between the work of the ancient Peruvians and the whims of nature.<br />History [url=http://www.amerinkatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />One cannot pinpoint the first to populate these lands, as it was a time of occupation rather than foundations. Machupicchu was visited by explorers well before Hiram Bingham, although with little success. These included Antonio Raymondi, the Count of Sartiges and Charles Wiener. Other visits included one in July 1909 by the Santander brothers, whose inscription can be found carved into the base of the Temple of the Sun. At the same time, Peruvian explorers Enrique Palma, Augustin Lizárraga and Gavino Sánchez arrived at the citadel by the route of San Miguel.<br />Inca Trail For 2 Days, 1 Night [url=http://www.amerinkatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />First Day: [url=http://www.amerinkatravel.com/] Machu Picchu Peru [/url] <br />CUSCO - WIÑAYWAYNA - MACHUPICCHUThe pick you up at 5 and 45 am. Hotel and brought them to the train station, where we will go see picturesque landscapes, until the Km 104 where we began our trek. From the archaeological site of "Chachabamba" (2250 mts) went up by approx. 2 1 / 2 hours to the fascinating archaeological site of Wiñaywayna (2650 mts) where we enjoyed a picnic. In the afternoon we follow the semi-tropical forest to the "Intipunku" (the Gate of the Sun) of where we can enjoy the first panoramic view of the majestic Machupicchu. From here we descend by bus to Aguas Calientes where you can optionally visit the thermal baths and comfortably spend the night in a hostel can this be the Inka Tambo Hostal, Hostal Continental Hostal Royal Garden, among others according to availability.SECOND DAY:MACHU PICCHU - CUSCOAfter breakfast we went with the first bus to Machu Picchu to enjoy sunrise in this magical place before the arrival of other tourists from Cusco. Enjoy the tranquility of the lost city of the Incas on a guided tour, some free time. In the afternoon we went by bus to Aguas Calientes from where we return to Cusco by train. Transfer to Hotel.<br />http://www.amerinkatravel.com<br />

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