In this week’s tour, we take you to South America where you can take a selfie with a llama on a life-changing trek to Machu Picchu!

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Yes, this tour involves some trekking, but minimal. This mini adventure, as we like to call it, is only two days. While many treks to this sacred Inca land can take days, even weeks in some cases, we’ve condensed this tour for those short on time to just 48 hours. Don’t worry, you can still wander around the Sacred Valley of the Incas and take in the beautiful archaeological ruins.

This tour departs daily and includes accommodation in a hostel with private bathroom and hot showers for one night. It also includes Cuzco transfers, transport and the entrance fee to Machu Picchu. You will have an English speaking tour guide with you along the way. You will also get fed on this tour! Yep, so you can pack some light snacks, if you want, but we’ve got the rest covered. Your breakfast and lunch one buffet lunch is included.

Explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas on this two-day trip. Pack your bags, we have your itinerary…

1  Departing from Cuzco, spend a day exploring the Sacred Valley where you’ll have the opportunity to wander the colorful artisan markets, see beautiful ceramics and discover the diverse array of archaeological Incan ruins. Late in the afternoon take the train to picturesque Aguas Calientes where there is the chance to soak in the natural thermal hot springs.


Before the sun rises on day two, an early bus will take you to Machu Picchu, arriving at the summit just in time to view the awesome Inca constructions appear beneath the clouds is an incredible sight. Enjoy a guided tour and then explore on your own and opt to climb to the peak of Huayna Picchu for amazing views over the entire valley and complex. Once you are Machu Picchu-ed out, you can head back to Cuzco.


Call our STA Travel Experts to see Machu Picchu in two days! Yes, just two days! Use promo code CUSPIC to take advantage of this offer. This tour is only $390 for two days accommodations and food as your trek to one of the Wonders of the World.


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