Comfortable and light clothes are the most convenient choice for traveling on Perus coast, while warmer clothes are best for stays in the highlands. Passengers must not wear sleeveless T-shirts, shorts, miniskirts or very tight clothes when visiting temples, religious places or official buildings. Sunblock lotion, sun glasses, a hat or cap and a mosquito repellent can be also very helpful during the trip.
RELEVANT INFORMATION ON THE NEW ENTRY REGULATIONS IN MACHU PICCHU
Current restrictions on visits to Machu Picchu include a maximum stay of 4 hours in the citadel and the first entry accompanied by a guide. If the visitor makes an alternate route (Machu Picchu Mountain or Huayna Picchu) he will have 3 more hours, additional to the 4 hours of the citadel. If the passenger wishes to enter again during the afternoon shift or the following day, he must first acquire an extra ticket to enter on the new shift. There is no sale of tickets in the archaeological zone.
RECOMMENDATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR LUGGAGE TRANSFER ABOARD THE TRAIN TO MACHU PICCHU
- Carry the same ID card submitted to the agency, as train tickets and entrance ticket to Machu Picchu will be issued with the same information.
- In all train services to Machu Picchu the passenger may only carry hand luggage (backpack, purse or briefcase), with a maximum weight of 5kg / 11lb. You will find your luggage at your chosen hotel.
- Size allowance: 62 linear inches, 157cm (height + length + width)
- 1 bag or backpack - 5kg/11lb - 62 inches/157cm