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Sacred Valley Train

New Sacred Valley Train from Urubamba to Aguas Calientes

The new “PeruRail Sacred Valley Train” invites you to make an unforgettable trip between Urubamba (Sacred Valley) and Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu). The new train lets you combine the Sacred Valley with Machu Picchu in new tour combinations. The route connects...
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Machu Picchu

Roules to keep in mind when visiting the Citadel of Machu PIcchu

The office of the Ministry of Culture in Cusco has announced a series of prohibitions for visits to Machu Picchu that apply to tourists, tour guides and other visitors. These have the purpose of guaranteeing the physical integrity of the visitors and the conservation of the...
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Jorge Chavez Airport Lima

Expansion of the Lima Jorge Chavez International Airport

Works for Phase III of the enlargement of the Jorge Chávez International Airport will begin next December, according to Addendum No. 7 signed by the Minister of Transport and Communications. The Airport authorities will complete the new runway in 4 years and then in 2022 the...
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Andean Explorer Train

The “Old” Andean Explorer Train continues its Operation

Belmond introduced the Belmond Andean Explorer Train at the beginning of May 2017, running Arequipa – Puno – Cusco, and Cusco – Puno – Arequipa with its luxury train. The journey takes 3 Days and 2 Nights in each direction, and you sleep overnight on the...
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Steamship Ollanta

Lake Titicaca Steamer SS Ollanta

The Peruvian Corporation was a company with owners from the UK controlling Peru’s railways and the lake shipping since 1890. It was in 1929 when a larger ship was needed for the increasing traffic of passengers and goods on the Lake Titicaca; therefore, the Peruvian...
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Expreso Oriental

Expreso Oriental & The Jesuit Missions in Bolivia

You find the Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos in the province of Santa Cruz, in the eastern part of Bolivia between Santa Cruz and the border with Brazil. They were founded to convert local tribes to Christianity. The missional towns are a mixture of European and Amerindian cultures...
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Tren Crucero Departures 2018

Tren Crucero Departures 2018

The departures of the Tren Crucero in 2018 are fixed and published now. The number of departures equals more or less the departures in 2017. Please let us know if you are interested in this unforgettable journey. The trip can be easily combined with one of our Peru or Colombia...
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Books about South America

4 Books to Read before you Visit South America

1. The Candy Machine Written by Tom Feiling NON-FICTION: An absorbing read which explains the social, and political implications that cocaine has had on South American history. Examining the cultivation, distribution, and severe censorship of the drug; this novel is an excellent...
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Cusco-MachuPicchu Train Schedule

Train Schedule Cusco – Machu Picchu during the Rainy Season

Vistadome and Expedition Trains We want to inform you that until April 30, 2017, PeruRail services to Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu) with departures and arrivals from Poroy station will depart and return to Ollantaytambo station. The concessionaire of the railway has restricted...
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Lima - Huancayo Departures

Lima – Huancayo Train 2017

Ferrocarril Central Andino (FCCA) published the departure dates 2017 for South America’s highest Train journey Lima – Huancayo – Lima. FCCA keeps the right to cancel passenger train trips due to severe weather conditions, landslides or strikes. Lima – La...
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