This luxury train service runs between Cuzco and Machu Picchu. The train departs from Poroy Station (20 mins drive from the center of Cuzco) at 9 a.m, giving a more leisurely start to the day than other PeruRail departures.
Its distinctive blue and gold livery and elegant interior upholstery in warm, inviting tones, consists of 4 cars - 2 dining cars, a bar car and a kitchen car. The price of the journey includes onboard meals with wine, entertainment, guides, bus tranfers, entrance to the Ruins and afternoon tea at Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge.
These spectacular carriages have beautiful panoramic windows offering unsurpassed scenic views and photographic opportunities. With glass surrounding them on all sides, passengers feel as if they are part of Peru's remarkable landscape.
Vistadome is the quickest way to visit Machu Picchu and apart from the carriages of the Hiram Bingham, the most comfortable. Snacks and hot and cold refreshments are included on the journey
The Vistadome runs between Cuzco-Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley-Machu Picchu. Passengers can also board and alight in Poroy (the closest stop to Cuzco), avoiding the switchback in and out of Cuzco and saving approximately half an hour off the the total journey time.
The Backpacker carriages are created for our adventure passengers or for those seeking comfort and security, without all the frills.
These carriages offer travellers a true Peruvian experience. Seats are upholstered with indigenous fabrics, giving a touch of local flavour.
Snacks are served on this service and additional storage space is available for backpacks.
Backpacker runs between Cuzco-Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley-Machu Picchu and Cuzco-Lake Titicaca.
First Class on the Andean Explorer
The Andean Explorer is exquisitely decorated in the fine manner of the great Pullman trains of the 1920s and boasts a full fleet of refurbished coaches including dining cars and an open-air observation bar car, which is unique in South America.
On the journey passengers are served a three course lunch in the dining car followed by coffee served in the observation-bar car.
The Andean Explorer runs between Cuzco and Lake Titicaca. This service, full of romance and style, unites two of Perus top tourist destinations.