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Inside the lounge on a First-Class Macchu PIcchu Train by Inca Rail.
Inside the lounge on a First-Class Macchu PIcchu Train by Inca Rail.

Inca Rail is helping travelers reach Machu Picchu in comfort with the launch of its rebranded fleet of trains now offering four different services to the popular Incan ruins.

Departing from Cusco or Ollantaytambo, The Machu Picchu Trains take guests on a winding route through the Sacred Valley, alongside the Vilcanota River, and past the often snow-capped mountains before entering the Inca Citadel, Machu Picchu. With Inca Rail, travelers can choose between four options: the 360° Machu Picchu Train, The Private Machu Picchu Train, The First-Class Machu Picchu Train, and The Voyager Machu Picchu Train.

The new 360° Machu Picchu Train, consists of six carriages featuring large panoramic windows and an observation deck with a bar and outdoor viewing platform, while The First-Class Machu Picchu Train offers 30 recliner seats in two carriages, along with access to an observatory lounge and an outdoor balcony. The Private Machu Picchu Train is the only private charter service to the Incan ruins and is available for up to eight guests, while The Voyager Machu Picchu Train is Inca Rail’s largest train carrying 12 carriages and accommodating up to 516 passengers in large leather recliner seats next to oversized windows.

Roundtrip prices for these rail journeys range from approximately $128 to $398 pp, with the exception of the privately chartered journey, which starts at $9,000 roundtrip. For more information, visit incarail.com.