Washington DC-Cusco, Peru For $397.99, JFK-Cusco For $482.99 Round-Trip

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Cusco (CUZ) is the nearest major airport to breathtaking Machu Picchu

Travel is valid on limited dates from late August through October.

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Sample dates:

Washington DC-Cusco on 08/25-09/03 is $397.99
JFK-Cusco on 09/04-09/11, 09/08-09/11, 09/14-09/17, or 09/18-09/21 is $482.99
Los Angeles-Cusco on 08/25-09/02 is $554.99

Other departure cities work as well.

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15 Responses to “Washington DC-Cusco, Peru For $397.99, JFK-Cusco For $482.99 Round-Trip”

  1. Yehuda S Says:
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    Consult your LOR regarding permissibility of visiting Machu Picchu

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  2. menachem Says:
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    Any advice on what to do there for the week?

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  3. BB Says:
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    CVS has 25% off sitewide with free shipping over $49 TODAY only.

    With code JULY25

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  4. g f Says:
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    There is a Chabad in Cusco which is amazing. Food is great, both dairy and meat kitchens and a bakery. great place to visit.

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  5. moshe Says:
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    @Yehuda S:

    Why? Is it har habayit

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  6. Yehuda S Says:
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    @moshe: it is the remains of pagan temples which religious Jews may not be allowed to visit. Too bad because I would love to go. Maybe it’s not an issue. If you get a psak please share it.

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  7. Dan Says:
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    @Yehuda S:
    Plenty of arguments over what exactly Machu Picchu was.
    Ask, but know the facts first.

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  8. Ike Says:
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    Dan, have you been? Worth going for 3 days? Or need more time?

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  9. Dan Says:
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    @Ike:
    I have not. On the bucket list though.
    There are trip reports here: http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=3051.0

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  10. Chana Says:
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    We were about to enter credit card info… and then had the seichel to call the pediatrician and he said that the altitude is too high for our babies! Also could be problematic for pregnant women. Bear this in mind before booking.

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  11. Thingy Says:
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    @moshe: Shayla of avodah zara.

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  12. DanR NYC Says:
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    I went to Peru (Miraflores, Lima) a couple of years ago with a group. I loved it !!

    I had to leaved before my group continued to Machu Piiccu. Many had a great time, but 2 of the guys got ill from altitude sickness.

    Sorry to burst any bubbles (I still want to go there). Just a FYI !!

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  13. JK Says:
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    I did the 4-day Inca Trail hike and went to Machu Piccu just last year. Chabad is great. Altitude can be an issue, you should definitely leave at least 1 day to acclimatize before doing anything strenuous. I also purchased altitude-sickness pills which worked great and I had no serious difficulties (if you are out of shape, however, it is more difficult to breathe there).

    I am a 40-year old male in good health but not an athlete or anything like that.

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  14. YOSSI Says:
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    I’ve been there as part of a 2 weeks trip with the kids.
    I’d like to recommend an Israeli guy who owns an agency in Cusco. We had booked everything with him and were really happy.
    His cel: +51953882265 (Ofir)

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  15. Dan Says:
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    @YOSSI:
    Please write a trip report for us here: http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=3051.0

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