Machu Picchu tours from Cusco

Travel from Cusco to Machu Picchu and retrace the steps of the Inca, Peru's fascinating ancient civilisation. Beginning in the welcoming town of Cusco, journey through the stunning Sacred Valley, see the ruins of Ollantaytambo before reaching the epic Machu Picchu. 


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Peru Family Holiday with Teenagers

Adrian · Traveled June 2024
This trip to Peru was incredible. The historical and natural wonders of the country are amazing. The cultural experiences provided by the tour were fantastic. Highly recommended for families.
Review submitted 09 Jul 2024

Inca Trail Express

Zena · Traveled June 2024
The amazing team ( Team Marcia) made the trip unforgettable! Marcia the head tour guide, Luis the tour guide, Modesto and Alejandro the cooks and the strong porters made this trip so memorable! They went above and beyond to meet our needs and always with a smile! If you plan to hike the Inca trail, book with Intrepid because they employe skilled workers with amazing personality! Thank you Team for an experience of a lift time!
Review submitted 09 Jul 2024

Inca Trail Express

Moira · Traveled June 2024
Incredible trip to Machu Picchu via the Inca Trail. The hike was challenging, but definitely worth it for the spectacular views and the experience. Our guide Raul G. was exceptionally knowledgeable and organized and took great care of our group. The tents and mattresses were surprisingly comfortable, and the food was delicious, varied, and beautifully presented - hard to believe the chefs were able to prepare such excellent meals on the trail. Really happy we booked with Intrepid. Highly recommended!
Review submitted 06 Jul 2024

Inca Trail Express

Selina · Traveled June 2024
Well organised and fun trip, bucket list experience. Carmen was an excellent group leader. Encouraging and engaging with excellent knowledge of Incan history. The porters and chefs are also all incredible, bring enough cash to tip generously because they deserve it! (We each paid 200 soles to split between them) Be aware that if you rent a sleeping bag this is 2kg and is included in the 5kg weight limit for the porters. I recommend packing your day pack as light as possible as this will hinder you with the higher ascents during the trek. One roll of toilet paper should be enough. TP is provided at camp and you only really need it during the toilet stops during the hike (I had two rolls and this was too many, took up too much space in my bag). Expect to be off grid for most of the hike (even providers that said they covered the whole trail didn’t). Be prepared for a tough hike, especially days 2 and 3. Prep with a stair master and work on your general fitness before arrival. Also recommend bringing Diamox as you don’t want any altitude sickness to affect your trip.
Review submitted 27 Jun 2024

Machu Picchu by Train Short Break

Rita · Traveled June 2024
Machu Picchu by Train Short Break was a very nice & quick trip. I saw what I wanted to see. Tour directors, guides and drivers were courteous and helpful. The transfer from/to airport could have been handled better. The person was half hour late and standing way back (almost hiding) and then to airport transfer: nobody called, I had to chase them down and the driver didn't understand once I got him name as the pick up guy! Peru has no central heat anywhere. You should be aware.
Review submitted 02 Jul 2024