Expedition a Machu Picchu

OVERVIEW / Day by day

Located at the intersection of the Andes and the Amazon Rainforest, Machu Picchu offers a unique opportunity to experience the convergence of two different ecosystems. Birding in Machu Picchu is an experience that cannot be missed, as this region boasts an incredible diversity of flora and fauna, including many species of birds that are not found anywhere else in the world.

During this two-day tour, you will have the chance to explore the surrounding areas of Machu Picchu, which are known to be excellent birding spots. The bird species that you may encounter during your excursion include the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock, Masked Fruiteater, Sclater´s Tyrannulet, among many others.

In addition to birding, you will also have the opportunity to take an interpretative tour of Machu Picchu Sanctuary, one of the 7 New World Wonders. As you explore the ruins, you will learn about the history and culture of the Inca Empire, and witness firsthand the incredible architectural feats that were achieved by this ancient civilization.

With its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural history, and incredible birding opportunities, Machu Picchu is truly a destination that should be on every nature and culture lover’s bucket list. Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of this incredible place. Join us for an unforgettable birding adventure in Machu Picchu.

WHAT IS INCLUDED

Birding/Cultural bilingual guide
Train and bus tickets for Machupicchu
River transportation during the trip

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED

Binoculars for personal use (available for rent)
Insurance of any kind

WHAT TO BRING

To consult

OPTIONAL

To consult
DAY 1
Machupicchu full day

The train will take us to Aguas calientes. Short birding around the town and after the lunch we will take a 20 minutes bus ride to finally visit one of the most famous 7 New World Wonders. Machu Picchu, an architectural marvel perched amidst the Andes, radiates an indescribable beauty. With its ancient stone citadel, nestled amidst lush terraces and overlooking a breathtaking mountainous backdrop, it's a place where history, nature, and human ingenuity converge to create an awe-inspiring spectacle. This UNESCO World Heritage Site enchants visitors with its mystical aura and unparalleled charm, leaving an enduring impression of the sheer beauty of ancient Peru, with more than 200 structures constructed covering more than 30 hectares over peaks and slopes makes of Machupicchu a dramatic experience. Birding possibilities are Rust-and-Yellow Tanager, White-tipped Swift, Tricolored Brush-finch and the beatuful endemic Inca Wren among others.

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