Jaya Machu Picchu







Incredible Adventure: Trips to Machu Picchu from Our Luxurious Hotel

Discovering the Marvels of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, nestled high in the Andes Mountains, is more than a site; it’s a glimpse into the past. This ancient Incan city, discovered in 1911, is a testament to the ingenuity and skill of the Inca civilization. Its precise stone construction and panoramic views evoke a sense of awe. As you plan your trip, anticipate an adventure filled with historical marvels and breathtaking landscapes.

Planning Your Trip to Machu Picchu

Choosing the Right Time

The prime months to visit Machu Picchu are from May to September, during the dry season. These months offer clearer skies and minimal rainfall, providing the ideal conditions for exploring the ancient ruins. However, this period also coincides with peak tourist season, so expect larger crowds and higher accommodation and tour prices. For those considering travel outside these months, April and October are viable options, offering a balance between weather conditions and crowd sizes. The rainy season, spanning from November to March, presents a lush, green landscape but with frequent showers. The site sees the fewest visitors in January and February, but note that the Inca Trail is closed for maintenance in February.

Permits and Tickets

Machu Picchu requires tickets, which are sold in specific time slots, limiting visits to a maximum of four hours. This time constraint applies even if you purchase tickets for additional mountain hikes. Prices vary depending on the chosen sites within Machu Picchu and whether you opt for extra mountain climbs. Notably, ticket prices differ for adults, students, and children. It’s essential to book these tickets well in advance, especially during the high season (June to September), as they can sell out quickly. Huayna Picchu tickets, in particular, may require booking months ahead. Tickets are available on the official government website but be prepared for potential language barriers and technical issues. Alternatively, tickets can be purchased in-person in Cusco or Aguas Calientes, though there’s always a risk of them being sold out during high season.

Transportation Options

  1. By Train

The most convenient method to reach Aguas Calientes, the gateway town to Machu Picchu, is by train from Cusco. Services from Cusco to Aguas Calientes include a stop at Ollantaytambo and operate from late April to late December. Tourists can choose between different train services like the Expedition, Vistadome, or the luxurious Hiram Bingham Train, with round-trip prices ranging significantly based on the chosen service. An alternative and more economical option is to take a bus to Ollantaytambo and then catch a train to Aguas Calientes.

  1. By Bus

For a budget-friendly approach, a bus trip from Cusco to Hidroelectrica followed by a 2-3 hour walk along the train tracks to Aguas Calientes is an adventurous option. This journey requires an overnight stay in Aguas Calientes before proceeding to Machu Picchu the next day.

  1. By Hiking

Hiking routes to Machu Picchu include the famous Inca Trail, Salkantay Trek, and other treks like Lares, Choquequirao, and Ausangate. The Inca Trail, a 43 km trek taking 4 days and 3 nights, is among the most popular, passing through diverse landscapes and ancient ruins. The Salkantay Trek, a more challenging alternative, offers spectacular views and is easier to book. Other treks like Lares and Choquequirao offer unique experiences through local villages and lesser-visited paths. Booking these hikes in advance is essential, especially for popular routes like the Inca Trail.

The Perfect Stay – Our Hotel: Jaya Suite MachuPicchu

Location and Accessibility

Jaya Suite MachuPicchu Hotel, nestled in the heart of the magical city of Machu Picchu, offers a prime location for visitors. The hotel stands a mere step away from key amenities like ATMs, bus stations, and train stations, ensuring easy access to transportation and essential services. Its address at Calle Los Artesanos 207 places it in a strategic position, offering convenience for all your exploration needs.

Comfort and Amenities

The Jaya Suite MachuPicchu is designed to provide a memorable and comfortable stay. Catering to various traveler needs, the hotel offers an array of room types, including double rooms, family rooms, and group accommodations. Many of these rooms boast views of the Inca Sites and the Aguas Calientes river, enhancing the experience with picturesque scenery.

Guests can start their day with a complimentary buffet breakfast, available each morning from 5:00 AM to 9:00 AM. For additional dining options, the hotel houses a restaurant and a bar/lounge, perfect for relaxing after a day of adventure. The availability of 24-hour room service ensures that guests’ needs are promptly met at any time.

The hotel’s commitment to convenience and comfort is evident in its comprehensive amenities. These include free Wi-Fi, daily housekeeping, a computer station, a front-desk safe, laundry services, and concierge services. Tour and ticket assistance is also available, making it easy to plan your Machu Picchu excursions. The property also offers facilities such as a safe-deposit box at the front desk and wheelchair-accessible features, ensuring a comfortable and secure stay for all guests.

Jaya Suite MachuPicchu Hotel combines strategic location, comprehensive amenities, and thoughtful services to ensure that your visit to Machu Picchu is as comfortable and memorable as possible. The hotel’s commitment to guest satisfaction makes it an ideal base for your Machu Picchu adventures.

Tailoring Your Machu Picchu Experience

Guided Tours

Enhance your visit with a guided tour. Whether you choose a group or private tour, a knowledgeable guide will enrich your experience with insights into the site’s history and culture.

Culinary Delights

Explore local cuisine at our hotel and in the surrounding area. Our dining options offer a taste of Peru, adding a flavorful dimension to your adventure.  

Insider Tips for an Unforgettable Journey

Packing Essentials

Pack comfortable clothing suitable for varying weather, sturdy hiking shoes, and don’t forget your camera to capture the stunning views.

Cultural Etiquette

Respect the local culture by learning a few basic phrases in Spanish, understanding local customs, and following guidelines at historical sites.

Summing Up

Machu Picchu is a unique destination, and Jaya Machu Picchu Hotel is your gateway to this incredible adventure. We invite you to embark on this extraordinary journey, assuring you that your experience begins with the comfort and luxury of our establishment. Book your trip to Machu Picchu with us and step into a world of wonder and history.