How to Buy Machu Picchu Tickets: A Step-by-Step Guide (Updated 2022) (2023)

So, you've made the decision to visit this incredible place ('cause why wouldn't you?!). Now begins the exciting but gruelling process of trip planning. Hopefully you've read our all-encompassing how-to guideto seeing Machu Picchu on the cheap and our tips onflying South America affordably, which is practicallyall the info you need for booking thistrip yourself.

Now, one of the lesserbut essentialcosts of visiting Machu Picchu is purchasing entrance tickets to the ruins. This must be donebeforearrival at the site, astickets arenot sold at Machu Picchu itself. There are several ways to purchase your tickets. Here's the 2022 prices and your options for buying!

Editor's note: This guide was originally written by Jen Avery and has been updated in 2022 by Heather Jasper.


  • 1 Machu Picchu ticket prices for 2022
  • 2 How to buy Machu Picchu tickets online
  • 3 How to buyMachu Picchu tickets in Cusco
  • 4 How to buyMachu Picchu tickets inAguas Calientes
  • 5 How to buyMachu Picchu tickets in Lima (or any city in Peru)
  • 6 Frequently Asked Questions

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All tickets are sold in time slots. Note that if you buy your tickets for 6:00AM, you can enter Machu Picchu between 6:00-7:00AM. If you are a bit late, they will usually still let you in. If you are significantly late, you will have to go back down to Aguas Calientes and buy a new ticket for a later time slot. All visits are now limited to a maximum of 4 hours, even if you buy the ticket for one of the extra mountain hikes.

Machu Picchu tickets are sold in Peruvian Nuevo Soles (PEN), whereas train and bus tickets to get to Machu Picchu are sold in dollars (USD). This is because the government controls archeological sites, but they have licensed the transportation to privately owned companies. Always check the current exchange rate for PEN because it changes frequently. As of time of writing, 1 USD was worth 4 PEN, which is the rate used for price estimates below.

COVID UPDATE: Tickets are available to purchase in January 2022 for all of 2022. Tickets used to be available starting in October of the previous year, but that has changed due to the pandemic. Check the popup notice on the government’s Machu Picchu website (Spanish only).

As of January 2022, the Peruvian government requires vaccination cards to enter any enclosed space, including restaurants, grocery stores and shops. Some companies may also required double masking and plastic face shields. Check for updates to these requirements on the website for the US Embassy in Lima.

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Machu Picchu ticket prices for 2022

Ticket pricing is dependent on which site(s) you want to see. Below is a summary of each of the 4 ticket options, and what is included.

Machu Picchu Main Grounds (Llaqta de Machupicchu)

Adult (18+ years): $38 USD (152 Soles)
Undergraduate students* (up to 25 years): $19 USD (77 Soles)
Child (3-17 years)*: $17.50 USD (70 Soles)
GetYourGuide Instant Booking Price:$65 USD

This provides entry to Machu Picchu – that is, the main ruins, terraces, and temples that you see in typical photos (pictured above, left). It doesnotprovide entry to climb the mountain peaks: Machu Picchu Mountain, Huayna Picchu or Huchuy Picchu. When you are buying tickets, this is called Llaqta Machupicchu. Llaqta is the Quechua word for town, but it’s not translated to Spanish or English on the website. You can choose to do either Circuit 1 or Circuit 2. (Click on each option for maps). You will decide which circuit you want to do after you enter Machu Picchu, so be sure to take with you the map of the one you prefer.

Machu Picchu & Machu Picchu Mountain (Montaña Machupicchu)

Adult: $50 USD (200 Soles)
Undergraduate students* (up to 25 years): $31 USD (125 Soles)
Child (3-17 years)*: $29.50 USD (118 Soles)
GetYourGuide Instant Booking Price:$85 USD

This provides entry to climb the taller mountain, Montaña Machu Picchu, which is 10,111ft/3,082m and provides a raised view of the ruins (pictured above, middle). This mountain is generally less busy but has no ruins and is a longer climb. You must choose between 2 time slots to start the hike, either 7-8AM or 9-10AM. Only 400 tickets are sold per day, divided equally for 200 tickets per time slot. You must do Circuit 3 with this ticket.

Machu Picchu & Huayna Picchu (Waynapicchu)

Adult: $50 USD (200 Soles)
Undergraduate students* (up to 25 years): $31 USD (125 Soles)
Child (3-17 years)*: $29.50 USD (118 Soles)
Viator Instant Booking Price: $98 USD (lower price initially displayed is for local residents only)

This provides entry to the shorter, busier mountain peak, Huchuy Picchu (8,923ft/2,720m). Here you'll have sweeping views (pictured above, right) and entry to the Temple of the Moon and ruins at the top. This trail is narrow, and some parts have a lot of exposure. It is not recommended for young children or people with a fear of heights. Officially, children must be at least 13 years old to purchase a ticket. You must choose between 4 time slots to start the hike, 6-7AM, 8-9AM, 10-11AM or 12AM-1PM. Only 200 tickets are sold per day, divided equally for 50 tickets per time slot. These tickets can sell out five to six months in advance. You must do Circuit 4 with this ticket.


Machu Picchu & Huchuy Picchu (Montaña Huchuypicchu)

Adult: $50 USD (200 Soles)
Undergraduate students* (up to 25 years): $31 USD (125 Soles)
Child (3-17 years)*: $29.50 USD (118 Soles)
Viator Instant Booking Price: not yet available on Viator.

New for 2022, this provides entry to the short hill next to Huayna Picchu (8,923ft/2,720m). Here you'll have views of the most important temples in Machu Picchu from above. You must choose between 9 time slots to start the climb, 6-7AM, 7-8AM, 8-9AM, 9-10AM, 10-11AM, 11-12AM, 12AM-1PM, 1-2PM, or 2-3PM. Only 200 tickets are sold per day. You must do Circuit 4 with this ticket.

*Note: Childrenrequire a passport in-person for proof of age, including on arrival at Machu Picchu. Children under 3 years old are free, with official identification. As per the Ministrywebsite, foreign undergraduate students must have a valid photo student ID card issued by the university that is valid for the academic year of the date of visit.

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How to buy Machu Picchu tickets online

While you can buy Machu Picchu entrance ticketsin-person in Cusco, it's strongly advised topurchase ahead in the high season (June to September), as tickets can sell out. If your itinerary is tight or you're travelling in the busy season, it's wise to book ahead.

Though purchasing tickets yourself is cheapest, a hassle-free alternative is to buy from a reseller such as GetYourGuide. This provides instant confirmation on booking and no check-in required. You can also consider an affordable guided tour from Aguas Calientes, which includes your bus and entrance ticket.

If you wish to buy on the government website here's how to do so!

1. Go to the Ministry of Culturewebsite

Be patient as thewebsitemay take time to load. The site should display in English, as indicated by the “English” on the top right. There is often a popup of pertinent information, unfortunately only in Spanish. Still, it’s always important, so take the time to try to understand or even translate it. Once loaded, the homepage will look like this:

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2. Select your ticket type & visit dates

As of time of writing, when you click on BUY TICKETS, the website switches to Spanish without an option for English. You first need to select the route “ruta.” See descriptions above for help choosing between the four options. Here is the link to one map with all four circuits on it and information in both Spanish and English.How to Buy Machu Picchu Tickets: A Step-by-Step Guide (Updated 2022) (5)

Click “fecha de visita” to choose the date you will visit Machu Picchu. Next, select the number and type of tickets you want. Adults are 18+ years, children are 3 to 18 years, babies 2 years and under are free. Foreign (non-Peruvian) university students must have an original, valid photo university-issued ID and passport who are up toage 25 years. Student tickets can be bought online through an authorized travel agency or at the reservation office in Cusco with a valid student ID and passport.

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3. Enter your information

Now you must enter your informationexactlyas it appears on your passportand click next. You must then click the box “Declaro bajo juramento que la información ingresada de los visitantes de la presente reserva es verdadera”, which translates to “I swear under oath that the information for the visitors of this reservation is true.” Then scroll down and check the box to agree to the terms and conditions.

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Next you must fill out the remaining information – be sure to put in an e-mail address you use as this is where your receipt will be sent. Choose your payment method and hit continue. Then finish completing your payment details. Remember, if you aren't using ano foreign transaction fee card, you might be paying up to 3% in extra fees, so it's best to sign up for a card ahead of time, such as theChase Sapphire Preferredcard.

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4. Accept the Terms & Conditions

These are a very long list and there is no translation in English provided on the website. You should read them, even if you must use a translator. They can be changed at any time and the description below may not be the same as the day that you buy the tickets. There are three parts to this and you must open each of the three and click on “aceptar.” There is no English translation available on the website for any of them (we've written translations for you below).How to Buy Machu Picchu Tickets: A Step-by-Step Guide (Updated 2022) (9)

  • Leer y aceptar los Términos y Condiciones (Read and accept terms & conditions)
  • Leer y aceptar los Protocolos de Biodeguridad (Read and accept biosecurity protocols, i.e. Covid regulations)
  • Leer y aceptar las condiciones de uso del boleto (Read and accept the conditions for use of the ticket)

In the Terms & Conditions, the government is referred to as DDC-C: Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura de Cusco. Here are some of the most important points in the ten clauses. This is not a complete translation! You should still read the complete terms and conditions on the website.

  1. General terms: tickets are non-transferable.
  2. You must use the ticket correctly: personal information must be correct and can only be used on the date and at the time on the ticket. This second clause also includes a long list of what is prohibited at Machu Picchu: drugs or alcohol, people under the influence of drugs or alcohol, anything that could be construed as a weapon, anything that could be used as a trap for wildlife, combustibles like gasoline or kerosene, speakers or anything that could make loud and obnoxious noise, domesticated or exotic animals, candles, and “visitors who show immoral or improper conduct.”
  3. This clause is another list of what is prohibited at Machu Picchu: campfires or any kind of open flame, food, writing or making any kind of graffiti on the walls, climbing or touching the walls of any structure, loud noises (yelling, whistling, etc.), using any part of the ruins as a bathroom, any drink that is not in a water bottle, disturbing any flora or fauna, hiking poles except for handicapped or elderly, and smoking. [Drones are prohibited but not on this list].
  4. This clause is about “contingency cases.” Strict regulations for when a ticket could be changed, mostly due to natural disasters, transportation strikes, etc.
  5. This clause basically says that the DDC-C is not responsible for anything the visitor does and that the person with the ticket must assume all responsibility for everything.
  6. This clause is about the use of the website and call center. Any changes to dates or times of tickets must be made more than 72 hours before the ticket’s entry time. Tickets are non-transferable to other people.
  7. This clause is about how tickets can be paid for, i.e. credit cards online or cash at the office.
  8. This clause is about refunds. (Reminder, these terms & conditions can be changed at any time and may not be the same on the day that you buy your tickets. Always read all terms & conditions before your purchase your tickets). If your tickets are cancelled by the DDC-C then you are entitled to a refund. If the pandemic prevents you getting to Machu Picchu, you can change the name and date for a 10% fee. If you want to change your ticket, you will pay 30% fee if it’s 24 hours before the ticket entry time, 25% fee if it’s 48 hours before and 10% fee if it’s 72 or more hours before. If you don’t use your ticket and don’t notify the DDC-C ahead of time, you lose the ticket. It becomes non-refundable and non-transferable.
  9. This clause is about how the ticket is valid only once and after you enter Machu Picchu, it cannot be used again.
  10. This last clause is about privacy and receipts.

5. Check-in to obtain your tickets

Once your purchase is complete, you have accepted all of the terms & conditions and clicked “Generar reserva” you'll receive an e-mail with your tickets which includes a reservation number: How to Buy Machu Picchu Tickets: A Step-by-Step Guide (Updated 2022) (10)

Click on the “check in” button on the homepage and enter your reservation number there. From there you can save and print your tickets, or complete payment if you haven't already. Don't forget tosave and print your ticketsfor safe keeping. It doesn't hurt to save them to a USB or have screenshots on your phone for back-up in case of Wifi issues.

And that's it! If you want, you can also purchase your Machu Picchu ticketin-person. You may wish to do thisif you're unsure of your dates and/or are arriving in the low season. Here's how to do that!

How to buyMachu Picchu tickets in Cusco

In Cusco, tickets can be bought at theMinisterio de Culturawhich is open Mon-Sat, 7AM-8PM. The address is Casa Garcilaso on Calle Garcilaso, just before the Plaza Regocijo and near the Museo de Chocolate (see photo below – look for the unit with the glass doors). They are also for sale in the office on Calle Maruri 340. You must bring your passport and either a credit card or cash to purchase. At time the time of our most recent update, two face masks were required to enter the office. Always carry a second face mask with you as many places require double masking.

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How to buyMachu Picchu tickets inAguas Calientes


In Aguas Calientes, tickets can be bought at theMachu Picchu Cultural Centre (Dirección Regional de Cultura Aguas Calientes Office).The address isAv. Pachacutec (just off the main square), and hours are Mon-Sun, 5AM-10PM. You must bring your passport and cash to purchase (note: previously only cash was accepted here). Some ATMsin Aguas Calientes charge higher fees, so tryto withdraw extra cash beforehand if you're able.

How to buyMachu Picchu tickets in Lima (or any city in Peru)

You can follow ourinstructions for reserving online, then make a payment in person at any Banco de la Nación in Peru with your reservation printed out. You will need to speak a bit of Spanish to explain what you want to do. If you are not conversational in Spanish, it's recommended to buy online or in-person in Cusco.

Museo Manuel Chávez Ballon

TheMuseo Manuel Chávez Ballona.k.a Museo de Sitio Manuel Chávez Ballon is a tiny but informative museum with artefacts and good translations. The museum is locatednear Aguas Calientes(notat Machu Picchu itself) and is an easy stop en route to hiking up to the Machu Picchu entrance from Aguas Calientes. It is open until 3PM and you can visit for free in the afternoon with your Machu Picchu ticket. If you would like to visit in the morning, the price is s/22 PEN (about $5.50 USD).

Frequently Asked Questions

How many Machu Picchu tickets are there per day? 2,500 visitors are allowed into the site each day. It was closed for most of 2020 and had significantly reduced tickets in 2021, but is on track to be back to pre-pandemic numbers for 2022.

Should I book my tickets in advance? Probably. It depends and there is of course risk to not buying ahead of time. If booking in person in Cusco, you always run the risk of tickets being sold out, though this tends to only happen in the high season (June to September). If you want tickets that include Huayna Picchu, these can sell out months in advance at any time of year.

What happens if I need to cancel my ticket? In most cases, tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. See the description of the 8th clause of the Terms & Conditions. However, if you have extenuating circumstances, you should contactthe Ministry of Culture regarding any changes to your ticket. Read this information about refunds on the website. You may call via the phone number listed on their site + 51 84 582030. You can also e-mail to: [emailprotected]

When do Machu Picchu tickets go on sale for the next year? Before the pandemic, tickets would go on sale October 1st for the following year. Since the Covid-19 pandemic started, tickets have been made available starting January 1st.

Why is Machu Picchu sometimes written Machupicchu? There is no one “right” way to spell Quechua words with the Spanish or English alphabet. You will also see “huayna” and “wayna” used interchangeably, but they both mean young in Quechua. Likewise, you will see both Inca and Inka used.

How do I choose between the four ticket options? That is the most difficult part of buying tickets! If you choose to do the extra hike up any of the three “mountains,” check the map of the corresponding circuit. You get to see significantly less of the “llaqta” with those three tickets. If you want to see every part of Machu Picchu, you should buy just the ruins: Llaqta Machupicchu. If you want to see all of the ruins and do an extra hike, buy two tickets and carefully calculate the timing of each entrance so that you have enough time for both – or stay an extra night in Aguas Calientes and visit two days in a row!

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How do I get tickets to Machu Picchu 2022? ›

Tickets must be purchased in advance exclusively at the offices on Calle Garcilaso s / n Cusco, office on Calle Maruri No. 340 or on the website If you like to book Machu Picchu + Mountain Tickets online, you can select an hour of your entrance to Machu Picchu at first only.

Do you need to buy Machu Picchu tickets in advance? ›

Tourists who want to visit Machu Picchu in 2021, must purchase their tickets in advance. Especially if you want to visit during the high tourist season (April to October). Entrance Machu Picchu Only: 3 weeks before.

How far in advance can you book Machu Picchu tickets? ›

Ticket Machu Picchu + Mountain – You can book 4 weeks in advance. Ticket Machu Picchu + Huayna Picchu – You have to reserve 3 or 4 months before.

Do I need to print Machu Picchu tickets? ›

This document must be printed and then are be shown in the Access Control Machu Picchu. To validate this admission ticket you will be asked to present your ID, Passport, or Student Card as appropriate; is important to remember that this document must be valid until the date of your visit.

Is Machu Picchu Open 2022? ›

Machu Picchu continues to be open every day of 2022 from 6 in the morning until 5 in the afternoon. Due to the pandemic in Peru, the use of masks is mandatory during the tour of the Inca citadel. It is not necessary to present the vaccination card.

How much does a guide cost at Machu Picchu? ›

How much does a private guide cost in Machu Picchu? A private guide service costs between 70 and 120 dollars for the entire group. The number of visitors must not be more than 16 people.

What is the best time of the day to visit Machu Picchu? ›

Best time of day to visit Machu Picchu

For the best experience, try and visit either first thing in the morning or after 3 pm. By arriving right at 6 am, you'll be able to watch the sunrise and beat the mid-morning and afternoon crowds. If you prefer more of a sleep in, after 3 pm is another great time.

Do you need a guide to enter Machu Picchu? ›

Machu Picchu visitors can enter without tour guides. (although new rules recommend that all visitors should hire a tour guide, you can still enter on your own) You pay your pickup tour guide in cash. They will take US dollars or Peruvian currency.

What time can you enter Machu Picchu? ›

The new entrance times for Machu Picchu are from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm and the second entrance time is from 12:00 pm to 5:30 pm, with a maximum time of 4 hours inside of Machu Picchu when you have the general Machu Picchu ticket for either of these times.

How far in advance do you need to book Inca Trail? ›

Inca Trail Reservations

Ideally, you should try to book the Inca Trail about six months in advance, especially if you want to go during high season (June, July, and August). During these months, trail permits can sell out four or five months in advance.

Can you bring luggage on Peru Rail? ›

1. The TRAVEL TICKET only allows transporting the CLIENT and his/her carry-on baggage (01 bag or backpack) with a weight not greater than 05kg/11lb and a maximum size of 62 linear inches/157 cm (height + length + width). Boarding with luggage larger than stated above will not be allowed.

Can you bring luggage on Inca Rail? ›

Each travel ticket entitles its bearer to board the train / vans with only one piece of hand luggage (backpack, handbag, or briefcase) weighing no more than 08 kg/17 lb and with dimensions of no more 46 linear inches / 118 linear cm (height + length + width).

Does Peru Rail serve food? ›

Equipped with 2 Dining Cars and a Bar Car, passengers will be able to enjoy exquisite gourmet lunches prepared with the best Andean ingredients. Inside you can also enjoy the incredible music and the characteristic dances of the Peruvian highlands.

Do you need a guide for Machu Picchu 2022? ›

The entry ticket entitles you to a single entry. It is not possible to leave and re-enter the citadel with the same ticket (exception: ticket for Machu Picchu Mountain for visiting route 3). It is recommended to have a tour guide accompany you on your first visit to Machu Pichu. However, it is not mandatory.

Is it better to visit Machu Picchu in the morning or afternoon? ›

Many photographers agree that the afternoon is one of the best moments to “capture” the Inca city of Machu Picchu, and we agree. The afternoon sun gives this stone city amidst green mountains, a very particular natural lighting, making it look really beautiful.

Is Machu Picchu closing down? ›

Will Machu Picchu Ever Close to the Public? Machu Picchu isn't going to close to the public in 2020, in 2021, or anytime soon. The simple answer is, no, the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu in Peru, South America is not closing.

How much do you tip Machu Picchu? ›

G Adventures: “A good rule of thumb is anywhere from $6 to $8 per day for the porters” (15 to 20 nuevos soles). Andean Travel Web (an independent website, not a tour agency) recommends taking an extra US$25 to $30 (65 to 78 nuevos soles) per person to cover tips, with additional personal porters tipped separately.

Can you bring a backpack into Machu Picchu? ›

Backpack Restrictions

No large backpacks are allowed on Machu Picchu: Only small, personal day bags. The official limit is a maximum 20 liter bag, and anything larger will be required to remain outside.

Can you bring water bottles into Machu Picchu? ›

Everyone who travels to Cusco and Machu Picchu should limit the use of single-use plastic water bottles, including hikers on the Inca Trail.

Can you bring food to Machu Picchu? ›

DON'T bring food into Machu Picchu Citadel

Very important DON'T of the list to help protect the site and wildlife that lives around. A very strict policy exists of no food and beverages within Machu Picchu. Everyone's back packs will be scanned by the entrance, so don't try to sneak in and waste food.

Do you have to pay to use the bathroom in Machu Picchu? ›

There Are No Bathrooms Beyond the Main Entrance

You'll find a small snack bar, restaurant and bathroom just outside the gate at Machu Picchu before you enter the site — which costs one sol, or about 30 cents to use — but that's all folks.

How long does it take to walk around Machu Picchu? ›

The Classic Inca Trail Hike is the most popular route to Machu Picchu. Depending on your preference and the trekking itinerary, hiking this route can take between three and five days. The trek covers 26 miles and begins at the village of Piscacucho.

Can I bring a camera to Machu Picchu? ›

Prohibited objects within the Inca city

If you want to enter Machu Picchu without problems, we recommend not taking any of the following objects: Tripods, supports or extensions for cameras or cell phones. It is not allowed to enter with 'selfie stick'. Backpacks, bags or bags that exceed 5 kilos in weight.

What is the entrance fee to Machu Picchu? ›

3) Machu Picchu + Mountain
Type of ticketAdultChild
Machu Picchu TicketUS$ 45.00US$21.00
Machu Picchu + Huayna PicchuUS$56.00US$35.00
Machu Picchu + MountainUS$56.00US$35.00
Feb 18, 2021

How much does a guide cost at Machu Picchu? ›

How much does a private guide cost in Machu Picchu? A private guide service costs between 70 and 120 dollars for the entire group. The number of visitors must not be more than 16 people.


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