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Latest News from A&K Peru
Changes in Peru Rail Service
Peru Rail has announced important changes on their Cusco-Puno service.
As per the Belmond Andean Explorer, we have as well included operations details, just to provide a wider perspective of both rail services.
Peru Rail Titicaca- The former Andean Explorer is now Peru Rail Titicaca. There are a couple of changes already effective:
* It is now the only train operating the Puno-Cusco and Cusco-Puno routes.
* It will no longer be stopping at La Raya Statin for Pictures.
* On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, it operates the Puno-Cusco route, departing at 7:30 and arriving at 17:50. On Tuesdays, it does not operate at all. On Wednesdays, it operates the Cusco-Puno route, departing at 7:10 and arriving at 17:30. On Thursdays, it operates the Puno-Cusco route, departing at 7:30 and arriving at 15:50. On Fridays, it operates the Cusco-Puno route, departing at 7:50 and arriving at 18:10 and on Sundays it operates the Cusco-Puno route, departing at 7:30 and arriving at 18:10.
New Regulations for Machu Picchu
Please be aware of these new regulations for Machu Picchu, effective as of July 2017.
From July on, entrances to the citadel of Machu Picchu will be regulated and organized only on either of the following turns: 6:00 am - 12:00 pm or 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm
* The maximum number of guests-per-group will be 16, instead of 22.
* Visitors may only enter in the company of a licenced guide.
We are already considering the best possible alternatives to provide our usual unforgettable sightseeings. For this we are studying the most convenient train schedules, which will allow us to avoid crowds.
We will keep you informed of important changes.
Peru: Important News on Rainy Season
As you may know, specific areas in the north part of Peru and some in the surroundings of Lima have been affected by floods in the past days. With this in mind several organizations are already cooperating in order to maintain peoples safety and to try to mitigate the possible damages of the event, as much as possible.
We’ve verified the status of all our destinations and made sure that every supplier, hotel, airport, local attraction and restaurant are operating normally; and we have also enhanced our efforts to periodically make sure that each and every one of our guests is 100% safe and comfortable, while in Peru.
Please, keep in mind that you can always contact us for questions on current or upcoming itineraries. We will be more than happy to help and totally open about providing information or alternatives that make you feel at ease, of course, keeping the style that characterizes us.
In addition, let us inform you that the situation in Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu is normal and safe. Our aim is for guests to enjoy a simply perfect visit to Peru, and their safety, tranquility and comfort are our highest priorities.
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