How high does the Andean Explorer go?

12,000 feet
Which is what makes the new Belmond Andean Explorer so exciting. Crossing the spine of the Peruvian Andes, more than 12,000 feet above sea level, between the cities of Cusco, Puno and Arequipa, three days and 456 miles one way, this is the first ever luxury sleeper train in South America.

Which countries does the Andes run through?

The Andes Mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina (Mount Aconcagua), Bolivia (Huayna Potosi), Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela, known as Andean States.

Are there bathrooms 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.

Where does the Andean Explorer Train take You?

The Andean Explorer train travels along one of the highest train routes in the world, crossing through breathtaking cities on its way from Cusco to Lake Titicaca (Puno) and Arequipa, and exploring natural wonders and ancient kingdoms on one and two-night trips. Please be advised that the Andean Explorer is not currently running.

Is the Andean Explorer currently not in service?

Take in the region’s spectacular highlights en route, including Lake Titicaca and Colca Canyon. Please be advised that Andean Explorer is not currently in service. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

Is the Belmond Andean Explorer a round trip?

Journeys aboard the Belmond Andean Explorer are not round-trips and are one-way only. Every journey is unique and features it’s own itinerary where all visits and transfers are included in the ticket price.

Is there a train in the Andes in Peru?

Andean Explorer Train | PeruRail while riding in the lap of luxury Andean Explorer is South America’s first luxury train that combines genuine daytime getaways with sleeping accommodations at night, all while traversing the Peruvian Andes.