Travel Tips For You
We are a company based in the city of Cusco, Machupicchu Path
, and we want to share some advice with you as you travel from different parts of the world to South America to visit Machu Picchu.
As a traveler, you undoubtedly want to enjoy everything the country has to offer, whether it’s short or long trips. You also want to savor the local cuisine, try the drinks at restaurants, and experience other cultural aspects.
However, let me provide you with some tips to make your journey to Machu Picchu
enjoyable and a memorable experience in your life.
If you are considering embarking on a trek to reach the unique sacred site of Machu Picchu, you should read this information to ensure your trip is unforgettable.
We offer ancestral paths that take you through the mountains, and if you’re contemplating joining this adventure
, think carefully about whether you are in good health for such a challenging journey.
Existeng Inca Trails in Cusco, Peru
- 4-Day Inca Trail
- 2-Day Inca Trail
- 1-Day Inca Trail
Alternative paths to Machu picchu Included
- Salkantay Trek
- Lares Trek
- Ancascocha Trek
- Inca Quarry Trek, and others of great importance for adventure travelers, leading you to the unique place that is Machu Picchu.
What is Machu picchu in Peru:
Machu Picchu is an ancient settlement, a culture of South America
that lasted less than 100 years but achieved many admirable things in the city of Cusco. They built wonders, entire cities in the Andes of Peru. Machu Picchu, constructed on top of an inaccessible mountain, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in South America today and is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The city is built with stones, and its architecture amazes travelers, as does its natural magnetism, which greatly influences the city. When the Incas built Machu Picchu, they used materials that would adapt to these important qualities.
As a mountain guide and Machu Picchu guide with extensive experience in my travels to Machu Picchu, I am a local guide descended from the Andean people. The advice I have for you, traveler, is related to food. When you arrive in the city of Cusco, I ask you to have patience and not try everything you see right away.
- First, acclimate yourself to the altitude of the city.
- Second, assess how you feel.
Many people want to try everything they see in their first days in the city, perhaps due to limited time, but my recommendation is for everyone: if you want to eat, drink, do so after your visit to the city of Machu Picchu or after your trek. Before your journey, eat light meals and avoid alcohol.
The Problem is:
- Constipation with meals
These are the most common issues that travelers tend to experience in the city of Cusco, sometimes confusing them with altitude sickness due to headaches and lack of appetite.
If you are dealing with these problems on your trek to Machu Picchu, whether on the Inca Trail
or another alternative route to Machu Picchu, consider these two things.