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“winay wayna” (37 reviews)
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

It was really worth it to walk and climb, go up and down, to reach Winawayna it is an amazing stop to enjoy a great view from a great site.

Thank shazaryou
Reviewed 1 September 2017

This incan ruin falls along the Inca Trail near the last campsite before Machu Picchu. There are multiple ruins in that area but Winaywayna simply stands out mostly because of the brilliant architecture. It literally stands on a steep slope representing an elegantly and perfectly...More

Thank RaktimRay
Reviewed 4 August 2017

This is the name of this amazing ancient structure....located in the town of Machu-pichu. The Spaniards who Sacked Peru of their treasures did not know this existed until an American explorer Hiram Bingham went in search of the lost Inca empire...

Thank Rosalind E
Reviewed 23 July 2017

We took the one day hike to MP from the river and arrived at this location after a grueling hike up to intersect the Inca Trail. While the intersect point left a lot to be desired (this is a campsite for multiday hikes to MP)...More

1  Thank TravelHappy237
Reviewed 21 July 2017

We arrived in Winaywayna on the third day of our Inca trek. Thanks to the way our trek was organised by Alpaca Expeditions (detailed review on their TA page) we arrived here at 3pm. The campsite at Winawayna is located just a short walk away....More

Thank VG1302
Reviewed 3 July 2017

We did the 1 day hike to Machu Picchu that starts at KM 104. Along this hike is when you get to see Winawyana & it's completely worth the effort! It really is amazing to see all of the terraces. Since this is on the...More

Thank BrussoDallas
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

I still can't believe that the Incans were so amazing to build this place. I was in awe at every turn!

Thank bspin23
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Can only be accessed from the Inca Trail. Our guide rates this place more highly the MP itself. It is stunning, beautiful and serene. Once you arrive, have some lunch and explore the site. There were around 20 other people, when we arrived. It is...More

Thank AndrewBullard69
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Must go and must see by yourself! It isn't a easy travel because you'll have to stop at Lima, take a flight to Cusco, take a train to Ollantaytambo and then, take a bus until Machu Picchu. But after all of it you'll not regret.

Thank Magda S
Reviewed 29 April 2017

Beautiful scenery, we were lucky the weather was great but I hear the weather is good most of the time. It rained a bit on the trek up there but overall, a great experience.

Thank Andria U
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Khim Y
6 February 2017|
Response from chelseabmw | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry, I didn't see this question. I hiked from KM104 last year. I was 68 years old with a bad back at the time. I have hiked most of my life, but my back has slowed me down a lot. I think your kids are old enough to... More
5 June 2016|
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Response from NiallODonoghue | Reviewed this property |
Winay Wayna is an ancient Incan settlement located on the Inca trail itself. It is located very close to the campsite for trekkers at the end of day 3 so unless you have a permit to do the Inca Trail you will probably not be... More