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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Retreat in the cloud forest after a day of exploration at Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu HolidaysPeru Holidays· 82 Rooms · ££

Relax by the fire at this cosy Andean cloud forest gem

The Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo hotel is an enchanting retreat nestled in Aguas Calientes, just steps away from the train station and beneath the mystical aura of Machu Picchu.

This deluxe boutique property, with its 82 spacious rooms, offers a fabulous range of accommodations in the misty cloud forest. Their colonial-style buildings, cobbled pathways, and jungle surroundings create a rustic chic ambiance that sets the stage for an unforgettable stay. Each of the elegant rooms, adorned with handsome Andean textiles, provides a flash of vibrant colour and garden views. The rustic casitas, outfitted with alpaca throws and Peruvian crafts, offer a comfortable escape, with superior deluxe and higher category room options featuring crackling log fires for added warmth.

Experience culinary delights at the Café Inkaterra restaurant, with impressive glass walls that offer stunning views of the mountains and the Urubamba River. Here, they serve a delectable array of international and Andean dishes. A special treat is the daily afternoon tea, a delightful tradition in the heart of the cloud forest.

Indulge your senses at the Unu spa, where a wide range of treatments awaits. Their unique Andean sauna, crafted from indigenous bamboo and fresh eucalyptus leaves, adds a special touch to your spa experience. From massages to reflexology and Andean hot stone therapy, Unu spa is a haven of relaxation.

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is set within an enchanting five-hectare cloud forest garden alongside the Vilcanota River. The reserve is home to the world's largest collection of native orchids and boasts an impressive concentration of birds, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Guided walks offer a fascinating exploration of the rich flora and fauna.

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When to go to Peru

Peru is a country that can be visited year-round, as it has a diverse climate and a range of activities to suit every season. Here's a short month-by-month guide to help you decide when to visit:

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January

January is a great time to visit the coastal regions of Peru, including Lima, Paracas, and Mancora. The weather is warm and sunny along the coast, making it perfect for beach activities and water sports.

Coastal Areas (Lima, Paracas, Nazca): Warm and humid with temperatures around 25-30°C (77-86°F).

Highlands (Cusco, Machu Picchu): Rainy season, so expect occasional showers and some trekking routes may be closed.

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February

In February, you can experience the vibrant Carnival celebrations in various cities like Cajamarca and Puno. The festivities feature colorful parades, music, and dancing, offering a unique cultural experience.

Coastal Areas: Remains warm and humid with temperatures similar to January.

Highlands: Still the rainy season, but rainfall starts to decrease towards the end of the month. Some trekking routes may be accessible again.

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March

March is an excellent time for outdoor activities in the Andes as the rainy season starts to wind down. It's a good month for trekking and exploring the natural beauty of the mountains.

Coastal Areas: The weather remains warm, but humidity starts to decrease.

Highlands: The rainy season is ending, and the landscape is lush and green.

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April

It's an ideal time to visit the jungle regions, where you can witness lush vegetation and a variety of wildlife.

Coastal Areas: Autumn sets in, temperatures begin to drop, and fog becomes more common in Lima.

Highlands: The start of the dry season, making it an excellent time to visit Cusco and Machu Picchu.

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May

May is a shoulder season with generally mild weather and fewer tourists. It's a good time to explore popular destinations like Machu Picchu and Cusco before the peak tourist season begins.

Coastal Areas: Foggy mornings in Lima, but the sun usually breaks through later in the day.

Highlands: The dry season continues, with pleasant and sunny days.

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June

June is an excellent month to visit Cusco and attend the Inti Raymi festival, which celebrates the Incan sun god Inti. This festival features colourful processions and ancient rituals, adding to the cultural richness of the experience.

Coastal Areas: Cool temperatures in Lima due to the influence of the cold Humboldt Current.

Highlands: One of the best months to visit Cusco and Machu Picchu, with minimal rainfall and comfortable temperatures during the day.

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July

July is the peak tourist season in Peru, especially around Independence Day (July 28th). It's a great time to visit all regions of the country, including the coast, mountains, and rainforest.

Coastal Areas: Lima's winter, cool and misty.

Highlands: Dry season continues, but July also marks the beginning of the high tourist season. Plan ahead and expect crowds

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August

August is a good time to trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, but make sure to book in advance, as permits can sell out quickly during this popular time of year.

Coastal Areas: Similar to July, cool and misty in Lima.

Highlands: High tourist season continues. It's essential to book treks and accommodations in advance.

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September

September is a transition month when the crowds start to thin out, and the weather remains pleasant in most regions. It's a good time for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Coastal Areas: Springtime starts, and temperatures begin to rise in Lima.

Highlands: Crowds start to thin out, but the weather remains favourable.

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October

October is another shoulder season with fewer tourists. The weather is still favourable, making it an ideal time for exploring different parts of the country.

Coastal Areas: Pleasant spring weather in Lima.

Highlands: The dry season continues, and this month is still a good time to visit.

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November

November marks the beginning of the rainy season on the coast, so it's best to focus on the Andes and the Amazon during this month.

Coastal Areas: Springtime in Lima, with warmer temperatures.

Highlands: The dry season ends, and the rainy season begins, so expect occasional showers.

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December

It is festive time in Peru, with various Christmas and New Year celebrations taking place throughout the country. Coastal regions are popular for holiday getaways, with warm weather and beach activities.

Coastal Areas: Warm and comfortable temperatures in Lima, ideal for beach activities.

Highlands: The rainy season continues, but it's still possible to visit. Just be prepared for wet conditions.

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