Reaching the mountain-top citadel, clients will enjoy a Machu Picchu tour, through the famous ruins by a local guide before enjoying lunch at the beautiful Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge.
What does MPSL stand for?
MPSL stands for Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge (Peru)
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Escorted by local licensed guides, these tours include accommodations in five-star hotels; transportation on the Orient Express luxury train, the Hiram Bingham; lunch at the Wayra Ranch by Chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino; and afternoon tea at the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge Hotel.
The only way to get the ruins to yourself today is to stay overnight at the exclusive 31-room Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge (pictured below) ( the only hotel at the site itself.
The only way to keep the ruins to yourself today is to stay overnight at the exclusive 31-room Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge - the only hotel at the site itself.