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Last update: 09. 5월. 2019.

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The Citadel of Machu Picchu (Llacta Machu Picchu in quechua) is a heritage belonging to the Peruvian Government and humanity. So Peruvian Government manages the site, Access, restrictions and rules, rates and possible discounts applies. These fees and discounts are reflected on this website, that is why we only offer what the Peruvian Government offers.

In the past and until now, the Government, through resolutions, has applied different rates. Our agency has always reflected those changes on our pages and will continue to do it. We only offer the rates and discounts offered by the Government, nothing more nothing less. If there were new resolutions, we would reflect the changes immediately (usually in less than 24 hours).

Changes introduced by ministerial resolutions.

May 15, 2019

The Ministry of Culture Cusco has announced the implementation of a time restriction from June 1 of this year for the visit of certain places inside the citadel of Machu Picchu. These provisions are part of a pilot project to better control the visitors flow for better conservation of the site. The sites targeted by this measure are: the Temple of the Sun, the Temple of the Condor and the Intiwatana.

Before these restrictions are definitively implemented, tests will be carried out to define the access times to the indicated sites.

From May 15 to 21, tourists will have to respect the following schedules to visit these sites:

  • Visit of the Temple of the Sun between 7 am and 10 am.
  • Visit of the Temple of the condor between 10 am and 1 pm.
  • Visit of the Intiwatana between 1 pm and 4 pm.

From May 22 to 28, the schedules will be reversed, as follows:

  • Visit of the Intiwatana between 7 am and 10 am.
  • Visit of the Temple of the condor between 10 am and 1 pm.
  • Visit of the Temple of the Sun between 1 pm and 4 pm.

These measures follow Unesco recommendations for the protection of the site aiming to not to include Machu Picchu on the list of heritage of humanity sites at risk.

January 1, 2019

Machu Picchu can no longer be visited either in the morning (Group 1 from 6am to 12pm) or in the afternoon (Group 2 from 12pm to 5.30pm). In order to relieve the site, the Government has decided to divide the days into 3 groups of 3 tours each. We will simplify by saying that from January 1, 2019 the visit to Machu Picchu will be according to 9 different entry schedules that must be chosen at the time of booking. These entry schedules are from 6am to 3pm per 1 hour period, which means that the visitor will have to choose in which schedule to entry to Machu Picchu, i.e. pass the entrance gate. For example, the 7am schedule to enter between 7am and 8am, or the 12am schedule to enter between 12pm and 1pm. The visit will be for 4 hours. We are aware of the complications and confusion that this will create, but like you, we are subject to ministerial decisions.

Again, to simplify, our agency has chosen to use its own name for each of the schedules and not those of the Ministry of Culture. We have therefore chosen to call each of these entry schedules: Machu H6 (6am entry schedule), Machu H7, Machu H8, ..., Machu H14 (2pm entry schedule). You can see the oficial announcement here.

Please visit our page about the differents types of tickets and our page to help you to choose your ticket. If you would like to discuss this with us or with other travellers, we invite you to use our forum.

December 1st, 2018

When booking, it is no longer necessary to prove the child's age to benefit from the child rate. Until now, it was necessary to send a copy of the document when booking online. This simplifies the process because the discount is automatically applied for children up to 17 years of age included (the age at the time of the visit). Of course, you will have to show the document at the entrance to certify the age.

May 1st, 2017

Machu Picchu can no longer be visited the whole day and has to be visited by half a day. It has to be selected when buying: in the morning (Group 1 from 6 am to 12 pm) or in the afternoon (Group 2 of 12 pm to 17:30 pm).

It is mandatory to have a guide to visit Machu Picchu. Approved guides not included in the ticket price are located at the entrance of the site. Their prices and conditions must be negotiated directly on site.

The visit of the site is done only in one direction, according to pre-established circuits coordinated beforehand with the guide.

The entrance ticket is only valid once. It is not possible to exit the site and return later.

The entrance and exit are located in 2 different places. It is then no longer possible to leave your belongings in the lockers at the entrance gate.

Umbrellas and children strollers are forbidden in the citadel.

January 15th, 2016

Until this date, the entrance to the Museum was a type of ticket. From now on, it is an option that can be added to any type of ticket.

January 2dn, 2016

Due to protests of tourists, the Government has reactivated special rates for Peruvians, Bolivians, Colombians and Ecuadorian, in adult, student and children categories. 2015 rates are in force for 2016 for all.

December 30th, 2015 - Ministry Decision nº 469-2015-MC

Without prior notice, special rates for Peruvians, Bolivians, Colombians and Ecuadorian, in adult, student and children categories have been eliminated and from now on there are only 3 rates. To make it simple, on this website we define rates in 3 categories: adult, student and child.

Feruary 9th, 2014

Due to protests, the Government canceled the prior decision of February 7th. Old rates and discounts are again in force. The Government presents its apologies for the inconvenience.

February 7th, 2014 - Ministry Decision nº 034-2014-MC

Up to this date there were special rates for Peruvians, Bolivians, Colombians and Ecuadorian, in adult, student and children categories. These special rates have been eliminated and from now on there are only 3 rates (see the resolution). To make it simple, on this website we define rates in 3 categories: adult, student and child.

January 1st, 2014

New rates applied for the year

January 1st, 2013

New rates applied for the year

January 1st, 2012

New rates applied for the year.

July 15th, 2011

The access to Wayna Picchu and Machu Mountain that was free is from now on paid and limited in number of people and entrance time.

July 15th, 2011

The access to Machu Picchu that was unlimited is from now on limited to 2500 people per day.

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