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Explore the magical
village of Machupicchu,
full of history, culture
and millenary energy.


Many travel from far away to visit one of the seven wonders of the world, but fortunately we have much more to offer travelers who visit this majestic location.

Aguas Calientes thermal baths

Thermal Baths

Less than a kilometer from the village you can find one of the thermal baths. The chemical composition of the water in the hot springs provides healing and relaxing properties. That is why many tourists take time out of their trip to Machu Picchu to relax in this place.

How to get there

Once in the town of Aguas Calientes, to get to the thermal baths, just follow the road opposite to the current of the river that goes down in the middle of the town. This main avenue is called ‘Hermanos Ayar’.

Amazing waterfalls of Allcamayo


The Allcamayo Waterfalls in Machupicchu is undoubtedly one of the main attractions of Machupicchu after the hike and tour of the citadel of the Incas.

How to get there

The Allcamayo Waterfall is located in south of Aguas Calientes up the river of the same name. To get to the waterfall will take approximately 35 to 40 minutes walking at a slow pace and it is recommended to take as a reference the road behind the train station in Machupicchu Pueblo.

Mandor Gardens


The gardens of Mandor is a tourist attraction in the town of Aguas Calientes, which has areas of abundant vegetation, fauna and flora characteristic of Machu Picchu. It offers a pleasant short hike as well as a waterfall of 30 meters high, the most famous point of the gardens. Despite being a very beautiful place, few tourists visit it.

How to get there?

Almost 2 kilometers from the road you will see a sign on the side of the road announcing the entrance to Mandorpampa. Just follow the path that leads to the ticket office. After paying the entrance fee, you follow a path surrounded by trees to finally arrive at the waterfalls, the central point of the Mandor gardens.