Machu Picchu Safety Protocols

Machu Picchu:
Reopening Date:       November 1, 2020 / Residents of Cusco
Reopening Date:       November 15, 2020 / Domestic & International Tourism
Available Tickets:     (675) Per Day / (75) Per Hour
Professional Guide Required:    No

Required Safety Protocols:
–  Groups Limited to 8 People (Including Guide and Any Additional Staff)
–  Mask Required At All Times
–  Temperature Check Required at Entrance.
*Anyone with a temperature of 100+ cannot enter the trail
–  6 Feet of Distance Between Visitors, Staff and Employees Must be Maintained at All Times
–  Groups Must Maintain 6 Feet of Distance while Eating or Resting
–  65 Feet of Distance Must be Maintained Between Groups
–  No Food Allowed
–  All Visitors Must Show an Affidavit Indicating that they are Free of Covid-19 Symptoms
–  (4) One-Way Circuits & A Stop & Go System have been Implemented to Avoid Groups Mixing

Notes:
1.  Huayna Picchu, Machu Picchu Mountain, Inca Bridge & Sun Gate Currently Remain Closed
2.  Masks & Face Shields Must be Worn at All Times on Trains & Buses

2-Day Short Inca Trail:
Reopening Date:       November 1, 2020 / Residents of Cusco
Reopening Date:       November 15, 2020 / Domestic & International Tourism
Available Permits:    (120) Per Day
Professional Guide Required:    Yes

Required Safety Protocols:
–  Groups Limited to 8 People (Including Guide and Any Additional Staff)
–  Masks Required At All Times
–  Temperature Check Required at Entrance.
*Anyone with a temperature of 100+ cannot enter the trail
–  Groups to Enter in 5-Minute Intervals
–  Trekkers Must Maintain 13 Feet of Distance Between Each other while Trekking
–  Trekkers Must Maintain 6 Feet of Distance while Eating or Resting
–  65 Feet of Distance Must be Maintained Between Groups

4-Day Classic Inca Trail:
*No reopening date or safety protocols have been announced.

Peru; Machu Picchu,

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