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As the mist lifts off the mountains and over the Inca ruins, Machu Picchu evokes an otherworldly feeling.

It’s one of the world’s most incredible archaeological sites, and after visiting you will have no doubts as to why it is one of the 7 Wonders of the World. With all that Machu Picchu has to offer, it’s easy to understand why so many are drawn to the visitor heartland of Peru. The ultimate decision is how to get there. Choose a trek or take the train? You could hike through cloud forests along the classic Inca Trail, fulfill your Andes experience on the Quarry Trail, or challenge yourself on the Choquequirao trek . While the decision is ultimately up to you, Sam Corporations is here to help answer any questions or tailor your adventure to any specific needs you may have.

Explore one of the world’s greatest wonders with our private and small group Machu Picchu tours. Enveloped within a dramatic landscape where the Andes meet the Amazon basin, the ancient city of Machu Picchu was built to perfection by the mighty Inca Empire. You can arrive at Machu Picchu via train or an unforgettable multi-day trekking expedition. Once you step foot into this UNESCO World Heritage site, you’ll discover its refined architecture, spiritual meaning, and astronomical importance. You will be accompanied by a local expert, English-speaking guide for your Machu Picchu tour. Your guide will bring the ruins to life through its fascinating oral history.

Enjoy our best selection of tours to the fantastic citadel of Machu Picchu. Find the best prices and itinerary to visit this wonder of the world. Whether by train or car, find the perfect tour for your time in Peru.

USD 150
Rainbow Mountain Trek and Red Valley 1 Day Tour - Orange Nation

Rainbow Mountain Trek and Red Valley 1 Day Tour

Marvel at the vibrant natural colors of the stunning Rainbow Mountain Trek. Experience a rare opportunity to interact with the local Quechuan people, who are still keeping their beautiful traditional culture alive, as you hike through the breathtaking Andean valley! Experience beautiful snow-capped peaks and glaciers, large herds of alpaca, horses, and birds of prey, all set within an incredibly multicolored mountain range. The Vinicunca region’s colorful sandstone mountain offer a unique landscape you wont  find anywhere else in Peru, making it a must see destination in your journey.


USD 397
Tour to Machu Picchu with Vistadome Train 1 Day

Tour to Machu Picchu with Vistadome Train 1 Day

You will enjoy an unmatched and mesmerizing panoramic train journey, as you pass through the ancient towns of the Incas! Sit back and enjoy your 3.5-hour journey from Cusco (Poroy Train Station) to Aguas Calientes in the luxurious Vistadome train. Travel in style and enjoy a beverage or snack as you take in the mesmerizing scenery through the train’s surrounding windows. Leaving the wide valleys, you enter a narrow canyon and sub-tropical jungle near the Amazon as you approach quaint Aguas Calientes. From here, you take a final shuttle up to famous: Machu Picchu! Marvel at your surroundings as you travel back in time to this magical place and UNESCO World Heritage Site! Our knowledgeable guides will walk you through the history of the Inca civilizations and provide you with rich history about the archeological wonders and the thriving culture of the people who once resided there. Book your one-day trip now and make unforgettable memories!


USD 547

Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu & Rainbow Mountain Tour 3 Day Tour

This Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu & Rainbow Mountain tour package visits the most interesting sites in the Sacred Valley, with all of its ancient treasures and Inca ruins. The Sacred Valley is very large and stretches for miles with many small indigenous towns, secluded weaving villages, outdoor handicraft markets and ancient Inca Ruins including: Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Urubamba. Explore the natural pink salt mines and learn about the natural mining methods that have remained untouched from modern techniques. We will explore incredible ruins and the world famous Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu, which lies at the feet of the Huayna Picchu Mountain. Next, we will enjoy the radiant colors of the recently discovered Rainbow Mountain, hiking through some secluded communities, in which you may interact with the indigenous people who are still holding onto their traditional culture. You will find yourself surrounded by snow-capped peaks, herds of llamas, glaciers and blue lakes, all set within a breathtaking colorful mountain range. The colorful sandstone mountains in the Vinicunca area are some of the most unique treks Peru has to offer and are guaranteed to leave you lost in wonder. This tour is certain to fill you with fascinating culture, stunning landscapes, and all together an unforgettable experience.

USD 437

Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu Tour 2 Days

Experience the best of Peru’s natural beauty and ancient culture with our Sacred Valley and Machu Pichu tour. Explore the stunning landscapes of the Sacred Valley, including the Pisac ruins, the Ollaytaytambo fortress and get the rare opportunity to explore small indigenous towns, secluded weaving villages, and alpaca and llama farms. Visit the natural salt mines and check out the thousands of ponds and terraces carved into the mountainside. Learn about the history and culture of the Inca civilization from your knowledgeable guide. Spend the night in Aguas Calientes, the gateway to Machu Pichu, and wake up early to witness the sunrise over the ancient Inca ruins. This tour is ideal for those wanting to avoid crowds, learn Incan history and culture, and experience those famous Machu Pichu sunrises with an experienced and personalized tour of the infamous Citadel.



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Sacred Valley, 2 day Inca Trail & Rainbow Mountain Trek Package 4Days

Embark on an unforgettable adventure with our super customized 4 day itinerary of the Sacred Valley, 2 Day Short Inca Trail hike, and the incredible Rainbow Mountain. This tour is perfect for those who want both the ancient Inca history and outdoor adventure in ONE amazing tour! Visit the most important places in the Sacred Valley, including Pisac ruins and the Ollantaytambo fortress. Trek the short yet beautiful Inca Trail to the famous Machu Picchu. Then experience the spectacular colors of the Rainbow Mountain. This tour includes knowledgeable guides who provide valuable insight into the history and culture of the region, making it an educational and adventurous experience for anyone. Book your tour now and make unforgettable memories.

Important information about Machu Picchu

The guardian’s house or Guard House at Machu Picchu

The guardian’s house or Guard House at Machu Picchu

The Guard House at Machu Picchu or House of the Guardian is one of the most visited points of Machu Picchu because from there you get the classic postcard photo with the famous World Wonder in the background. It is located in the upper part of the agricultural sector...

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The Sun Gate at Machu Picchu | Best view point

The Sun Gate at Machu Picchu | Best view point

First impressions matter, which is why the Sun Gate leading to Machu Picchu is such a highlight for people visiting Peru’s world-famous Inca citadel; Machu Picchu The Sun Gate, or “Intipunku” in Quechua, sits around 290m (951 feet) above Machu Picchu’s...

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Best Time of Year to Visit Machu Picchu - Sam Corporations

Best Time of Year to Visit Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is located in the Cordillera of Vilcabamba of the Andes mountains and the eyebrow of the jungle. The climate is temperate all year round but it gets chilly and cloudy mornings in the wet season. The average minimum temperature is 10°C/50°F and average...

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Machu Picchu; Ultimate Travel Guide - Sam Corporations

Machu Picchu; Ultimate Travel Guide

Important things to know about Machu Picchu The spellbinding scenery and perfect stonework of the Lost City of the Incas have fascinated historians, architects and tourists alike since the ruins were uncovered from the jungle over a century ago. To make the most of...

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Machu Picchu is open from 6:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. every day including weekends and holidays.

The Machu Picchu ruins have 3 on-site hikes: Huayna Picchu Mountain, Machu Picchu Mountain and Huchuy Picchu. Both can be combined with a Machu Picchu tour and take 2 – 3 and 4 – 5 hours to complete, respectively. For even more adventure, you can hike over multiple days to Machu Picchu via the Inca Trail, Lares, or Salkantay treks.

Machu Picchu hotel and hostel options are plentiful in Aguas Calientes. (the town at the base of the Machu Picchu ruins.) Our Top Pick hotels are here:

  • 5-Star Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel
  • 4-Star El Mapi
  • 3-Star Casa Andina Standard Machu Picchu
  • 2-Star Waman Hotel

1–2 days. Two days and one night is the best amount of time to tour Machu Picchu at a leisurely pace: one day to arrive by train and another for the tour and return to Cusco. A whirlwind one day Machu Picchu tour from Cusco is possible but it will be a long 16 – 17 hour day.

A guided tour of Machu Picchu is 2 hours long. The ruins operate on a one way circuit that leads to the exit of the ruins and re-entry is not allowed with a Machu Picchu general entrance ticket.

A tour of Machu Picchu includes stops at the Guardhouse, agricultural zone, main gate, fountains, tower, temple zone, Temple of the Three Windows, astronomical observatory, Sacred Rock, Group of Three Doorways, royal enclosures, and Temple of the Condor and storage area. You will also have views of the west agricultural zone and main square while walking through the ruins.

The best time to visit Machu Picchu is between April and September. The dry season from May to August offers sunny weather with the best views of the ruins but with more crowds. Colder seasons in April/May and September/October offer a good chance of pleasant weather and views and with fewer crowds.

Yes. Since 2019 it has been mandatory to enter Machu Picchu with a tour guide. You can book in advance or hire a guide at the main entrance.

A tour of the Machu Picchu citadel is approximately 2 hours and operates as a one way circuit exiting out of the ruins at the end of the tour. For most, this is a perfect amount of time to see Machu Picchu. Reentrance is not permitted with a general entrance ticket. If you would like to spend more time at the ruins, you will need an additional entrance ticket or hiking permit.

Easy – Moderate. Machu Picchu has a well marked path for visitors to follow, with railings where there are steep steps. Although some circuits have fewer steps than others, all visitors must walk up and down stone steps and over uneven paths. This can be tough for those with disabilities and/or joint pain. Elderly and disabled visitors are allowed to use hiking poles with rubber tips.

Contact us to plan your trip to the mind blowing ancient ruins of Machu Picchu.

Why Travel with Us?

Sam Corporations is a 100% Peruvian family-owned company with no shareholders. We offer a highly exclusive personalized service of the highest quality. Our treks are operated by our regularly trained and highly experienced SAM CORPORATIONS staff and guides. We strive to be environmentally sustainable and a responsible tour operator by incorporating the most important universal principles of tourism. Our team has been trained within these principles.

We have put together packages that include locations that we have personally experienced. Traveling the great length of our country we have compiled the most compelling, must visit location in Peru. Sam Corporations will take you on an unparalleled journey in our modern vehicles, in small intermate groups, whilst upholding our reputation as an outstanding service provider.

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