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Peru Travel News: Machu Picchu Inca Trail reopens after a month of maintenance work

Cusco. Mar. 02. (Andina). The Inca Trail leading to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Cusco was reopened yesterday after a month of preservation work. cleaning of drains and maintenance tasks carried out by authorities in charge of its management. Rene Carbajal. person in charge of the administration of the Machu Picchu’s Archeological Park. told Andina news agency that hikers can get off the train at KM 82. 88. 104. as entrance points have reopened.

According to Carbajal. the number of trek permits issued is limited to 500 per day including tour guides and porters.

Every February since 2002 the route of the classic 4-day Inca Trail is closed to allow conservation projects to be undertaken as well as giving the vegetation a chance to recover.

Initiative is also aimed at improving security conditions for both tourists and locals.

“Our staff has cleaned the routes where torrential rains disrupted access to the famous archaeological site. Everything is perfect. Tourists are visiting Machu Pichu normally. but we are prepared for any contingency.” Carbajal added.

Source: Andina

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