Machu Picchu, Cusco and Hiram Bingham Train (one-way)

Machu Picchu, Cusco and Hiram Bingham Train (one-way)

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Machu Picchu, Cusco and Hiram Bingham Train (one-way)

Location
Argentina, Peru
Duration#Number of nights offered for the pre cruise or post cruise program.
7-Night Pre-Cruise | 6-Night Post-Cruise

Prices starting from

$7,399 USD/Per Person

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Discover one of the New Seven Wonders of the World on a journey that takes you high into the Andes Mountains to the Incan citadel of Machu Picchu. Built in the 15th century, this mystical city was raised without using any mortar at all and includes great buildings that play with exacting astronomical alignment. A panoramic ride aboard the Hiram Bingham Train takes you to this archeological wonder for a two-day expedition to explore its many mysteries—the hallmark of a journey that reveals Incan culture, local craftsmanship, spectacular natural beauty, and a wealth of Peruvian history.

Highlights

Machu Picchu: Enjoy two consecutive days discovering the secrets, history, and spiritual energy of this ancient Incan city and architectural wonder.

Buenos Aires: Enjoy a whirlwind tour through the Argentine capital, often called ‘The Paris of South America’.

Visit the Moray Ruins, an incredible agriculture site that showcases the advanced ways of the Incas.

Local Connections: Visit the workshop of a traditional hat maker and meet a local weaver committed to preserving Peru’s ancestral textile traditions.

Ollantaytambo Fortress: Visit one of the last remaining Incan towns and learn about the great fortress that once welcomed royalty.

Hiram Bingham Train: Board this famed railway for the ride of a lifetime that winds through the Andes Mountains to Machu Picchu.

Highlights

  • Machu Picchu: Enjoy two consecutive days discovering the secrets, history, and spiritual energy of this ancient Incan city and architectural wonder.

  • Buenos Aires: Enjoy a whirlwind tour through the Argentine capital, often called ‘The Paris of South America’.

  • Visit the Moray Ruins, an incredible agriculture site that showcases the advanced ways of the Incas.

  • Local Connections: Visit the workshop of a traditional hat maker and meet a local weaver committed to preserving Peru’s ancestral textile traditions.

  • Ollantaytambo Fortress: Visit one of the last remaining Incan towns and learn about the great fortress that once welcomed royalty.

  • Hiram Bingham Train: Board this famed railway for the ride of a lifetime that winds through the Andes Mountains to Machu Picchu.

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Land Program Itineraries

  • Pre-Voyage Itinerary
  • Post-Voyage Itinerary
Pre-Voyage Itinerary #Download Itinerary PDF
  • Day 1
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    Upon arrival in Lima, you’ll be met by a representative and shown to your hotel in the Peruvian capital. Enjoy dinner at the hotel—the perfect opportunity to get to know your fellow explorers a little better.

  • Day 2
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    Enjoy breakfast before setting out to explore Lima. Begin with a return to the Spanish Colonial era along the city’s historic streets. Visit the great Cathedral of Lima and Casa Aliaga, a colonial mansion that currently holds the distinction of being the oldest continually inhabited residence in the Southern Hemisphere. Venture further back in time at the Larco Museum, where galleries reveal more than 3,000 years of pre-Columbian history, including erotic tomb art that paints a fascinating picture of ancient sexuality. From here, it’s off to the airport to catch your flight to Cuzco. Arrive and transfer to your hotel in the Sacred Valley. Dinner is at the hotel.

  • Day 3
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    Your expedition begins with a visit to the Moray Ruins, an Incan agricultural site. This system of circular terraces winds 490 feet below the viewpoint and stands as a testament to Incan ingenuity. From here, you’ll embrace Peruvian culture at the workshop of a local hat maker, who’s crafted an incredible 600,000 hats by hand. Enjoy a picnic lunch beneath the Andes at picturesque Huaypo Lagoon before visiting the village of Chinchero. This small town is known for its vibrant textiles, and you’ll visit the workshop of Nilda Callañaupa, who is committed to preserving the ancestral art. Return to your hotel for dinner and plenty of stories to share.

  • Day 4
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    Machu Picchu is a panoramic train ride away. First, however, you’ll visit one of the last remaining Incan towns, Ollantaytambo, and its archeological complex that once welcomed royal delegations. Learn about the history of the site before boarding the famed Hiram Bingham Train from Ollanta station to Machu Picchu. Relax on the rumbling ride across the Andes Mountains. Enjoy a delicious lunch on board before arriving at the town of Aguas Calientes. From here, set off on a private expedition to the ruins. Prepare to be astounded by the genius, fascinated by the mysteries, and awed by the natural setting in which the Incas chose to erect their great city.

  • Day 5
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    One day in Machu Picchu just isn’t enough. Head back to continue your in-depth immersion, beginning with lunch amid the ruins at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Restaurant. Afterwards, you might visit the Inca Bridge, which once served as a secret entrance into the city. Or, brave the climb up Inti Punku (The Sun Door), believed to have been the control gate for those entering and exiting Machu Picchu. Unwind with an afternoon tea or continue your explorations. A bit later, board the Sacred Valley Train for the ride back to Cusco, complete with a gourmet dinner. Arrive at Ollanta Station and transfer into Cusco City for a well-earned night’s sleep.

  • Day 6
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    A day to discover Cusco’s highlights. You’ll visit the bustling San Pedro Market, a kaleidoscope of aromas, flavors and Andean traditions. Rub elbows with the locals before continuing to the Fortress of Sacsayhuáman, a colossal structure of enormous stones fitted together with uncanny precision. You’ll also visit the Qoricancha Temple, dedicated to the Sun God. It’s said that during Incan times the interior walls were entirely covered in gold. Next, pay a visit to Cusco Cathedral, home to priceless paintings from the Cusco School of the 17th and 18th centuries. Afterwards, savor a typical lunch and enjoy the afternoon at your leisure. Regroup for dinner at the hotel.

  • Day 7
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    Awaken to breakfast at your hotel before heading to the airport to catch your flight to Buenos Aires (connection to Lima. Upon arrival, you’ll be shown to your hotel in the Argentine capital. Enjoy dinner and, perhaps, a few cocktails with the group before calling it a night.

  • Day 8
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    Set out to discover Argentina’s vibrant capital city—often called ‘The Paris of South America.’ You’ll explore glamorous neighborhoods and trendy streets; visit the city’s famous cemetery; and enjoy close looks at signature landmarks, including the Pink House and Metropolitan Cathedral. Make a special stop in San Telmo, where Buenos Aires’ first settlements existed and where the Porteño aristocracy’s history still echoes. Enjoy a traditional Argentinian lunch at a local restaurant before boarding your Azamara cruise ship for a voyage that’s sure to be filled with more epic discoveries.

Post-Voyage Itinerary #Download Itinerary PDF
  • Day 1
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    Debarking the ship, you’ll be shown to your Buenos Aires hotel. Check in before setting out to experience Argentina’s capital city – often called ‘The Paris of South America.’ You’ll explore glamorous neighborhoods and trendy streets; visit the city’s famous cemetery; and enjoy close looks at signature landmarks, including the Pink House and Metropolitan Cathedral. Make a special stop in San Telmo, where Nuenos Aires’ first settlements existed and where the Porteño aristocracy’s history still echoes. Enjoy a traditional Argentinian lunch at a local restaurant before returning to the hotel. Relax, or set back out on your own—the afternoon is all yours.

  • Day 2
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    After breakfast at the hotel, head to the airport to catch your flight to Lima, Peru before connecting to the short flight to Cusco – the launch point for your Incan adventure. Upon arrival in Cusco, a city set more than 11,000 feet above sea level, you’ll be shown to your hotel in the Sacred Valley. Enjoy some time to unwind and acclimate to the altitude before regrouping for dinner at the hotel.

  • Day 3
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    Your expedition begins with a visit to the Moray Ruins, an Incan agricultural site. This system of circular terraces winds 490 feet below the viewpoint and stands as a testament to Incan ingenuity. From here, you’ll embrace Peruvian culture at the workshop of a local hat maker, who’s crafted an incredible 600,000 hats by hand. Enjoy a picnic lunch beneath the Andes at picturesque Huaypo Lagoon before visiting the village of Chinchero. This small town is known for its vibrant textiles, and you’ll visit the workshop of Nilda Callañaupa, who is committed to preserving the ancestral art. Return to your hotel for dinner and plenty of stories to share.

  • Day 4
    Read More +

    Machu Picchu is a panoramic train ride away. First, however, you’ll visit one of the last remaining Incan towns, Ollantaytambo, and its archeological complex that once welcomed royal delegations. Learn about the history of the site before boarding the the Hiram Bingham Train or Sacred Valley Train from Ollanta station to Machu Picchu.. Relax on the rumbling ride across the Andes Mountains. Enjoy a delicious buffet lunch on board before arriving at the town of Aguas Calientes. From here, set off on a private expedition to the ruins. Prepare to be astounded by the genius, fascinated by the mysteries, and awed by the natural setting in which the Incas chose to erect their great city.

  • Day 5
    Read More +

    One day in Machu Picchu just isn’t enough. Head back to continue your in-depth immersion, beginning with lunch amid the ruins at the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Restaurant. Afterwards, you might visit the Inca Bridge, which once served as a secret entrance into the city. Or, brave the climb up Inti Punku (The Sun Door), believed to have been the control gate for those entering and exiting Machu Picchu. Unwind with an afternoon tea or continue your explorations. A bit later, board the Hiram Bingham Train or Sacred Valley Train, complete with a gourmet dinner and open bar (except Sacred Valley Train). Arrive in Cusco for a well-earned night’s sleep. Please note: After going out of the Citadel a re-enter is not allowed, passengers must pay an additional ticket). Note: Sacred Valley Train only departs and arrive from / to Ollanta Station.

  • Day 6
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    A day to discover Cusco’s highlights. You’ll visit the bustling San Pedro Market, a kaleidoscope of aromas, flavors, and Andean traditions. Spend some time rubbing elbows with the locals before continuing to the Fortress of Sacsayhuáman, a colossal structure of enormous stones fitted together with uncanny precision. You’ll also visit the Qoricancha Temple, dedicated to the Sun God. It’s said that during Incan times the interior walls were entirely covered in gold. Next, pay a visit to Cusco Cathedral, home to priceless paintings from the Cusco School of the 17th and 18th centuries. Afterwards, enjoy a typical lunch at the PachaPapa restaurant before catching your flight back to Lima.

  • Day 7
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    Awaken to breakfast at your Lima hotel before setting out to explore the Peruvian capital. Begin with a return to the Spanish Colonial era along the city’s historic streets. Visit the great Cathedral of Lima and Casa Aliaga, a colonial mansion that currently holds the distinction of being the oldest continually inhabited residence in the Southern Hemisphere. Venture further back in time at the Larco Museum, where galleries reveal more than 3,000 years of Peru’s pre-Columbian history. Enjoy lunch at the museum’s café to conclude your adventure through the ages. Say farewell to new friends before heading to the airport to catch your outbound flight.

Voyages Available For This Land Program

  • 6-Night Post-Voyage Program
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Sailing:

Feb

4

2020

Region South AmericaSouth America
Ship Azamara PursuitAzamara Pursuit
Embark Santiago (San Antonio), ChileSantiago (San Antonio), Chile
Debark Buenos Aires, Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina

Voyage Only from
$1,999 USD

Land Program from
$7,399 USD

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$648.87

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4

2020

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Ports of Call:

  • Santiago (San Antonio), Chile
  • Puerto Montt, Chile
  • Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
  • Chilean Fjords, Chile
  • Punta Arenas, Chile
  • Beagle Channel, Argentina
  • Ushuaia, Argentina
  • Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
  • Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ship Highlights Include:

Onboard Dining

  • Aqualina (Italian Cuisine)
  • Prime C (Steakhouse)
  • Chef's Table
  • Windows Café (Casual Dining & Snacks)

Entertainment & Activities

  • Living Room
  • The Pursuit Shop
  • Indulgences (Fine Jewelry)
  • White Night Parties

Spa & Fitness

  • The Sanctum Spa
  • Massage Therapy (Various Treatments)
  • Acupuncture
  • Fitness Center
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What's Included

  • Unique & guided tour experiences
  • Four-Five Star hotel accommodations
  • Transportation between port & hotel and hotel & airport
  • Most meals & beverages (see itinerary for specifics)
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