Hiram Bingham runs round-trip journeys every day, except on Sundays.
A journey on the Hiram Bingham includes:
Yes, but do keep in mind this is subject to change. Contact us before you travel for final details.
9:05am Departure from Poroy train station (20 minutes drive from Cuzco)
12:25pm Arrival at Machu Picchu station. Transfer by bus to the Sanctuary
1:00pm Tour of the ruins
4:00pm Afternoon Tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge
4:45pm Transfer to Machu Picchu train station
5:45pm Train departs for Cusco
9:15pm Arrival at Poroy train station
Please note: Due to adverse weather conditions, minor changes have been made to the train route. You will depart from Wanchaq station in Cuzco to Hotel Rio Sagrado by bus, passengers will then board the Hiram Bingham.
7:50am Departure from Wanchaq station by bus
9:40am Transfer from Rio Sagrado to the Hiram Bingham
12:24pm Arrival at Machu Picchu station. Transfer by bus to the Sanctuary
1:00pm Tour of the ruins 4:00pm Afternoon Tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary
4:45pm Transfer to Machu Picchu station
5:50pm Train departs to Rio Sagrado
8:31pm Transfer to bus
10:10pm Arrival at Wanchaq station
Yes, there are different dining options available, including vegetarian meals, allowing each passenger to select their preference.
Cocktails will be served in the bar car if the train is not full, otherwise they will be served in the dining cars.
Yes, one of the restaurants at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge has been allocated for this purpose.
No, the guide will go to the Afternoon Tea at the Sanctuary Lodge and will arrange a meeting point for those passengers who decide to stay in the Machu Picchu citadel.
No, unfortunately all inclusions are charged as taken.
All tours are provided in English and Spanish. However, for groups of 15 or more we can offer the tour in the language that you require (French, German, Italian or Japanese). Please make arrangements with PeruRail in advance.
Yes, however, the return journey is subject to availability. The Hiram Bingham package includes an entrance ticket to the Machu Picchu remains, and these must be used on the first day. Any extra costs on the second day for entrances, bus rides etc. are at the passengers own expense.
No, however, passengers who want to arrive back to Cusco earlier have the option of boarding another PeruRail service. Unfortunately, no discount is available on the Hiram Bingham rate. Passengers can combine the Hiram Bingham with another service on the way back at the same Hiram Bingham rate.
There is no special coach for luggage. We suggest that passengers bring only items necessary for a day trip. An elegant Hiram Bingham travel bag will be provided.
We always do our best to attend to our customer’s needs and charter services will usually be available upon request.
The timetable for charters will be arranged in coordination with PeruRail on an individual basis for each group, according to each group’s needs and the safety regulations of the government and PeruRail.
Yes, menus can be tailored with a variety of different options.
Yes, we can offer tailored programmes, depending on your requirements.
Unfortunately, due to limited space, tour guides cannot travel for free. Tour guides have to pay the full cost. However, they may take an earlier PeruRail service to Machu Picchu, arriving before the Hiram Bingham.
Unfortunately we cannot offer any complimentary tickets.