Jobs Boot Camp Inca Trail to Machu Picchu successfully completed
According to the report Fernando Astete reached in his duty as head of the Archaeological Park of Machu Picchu, it noted that tourists are free to take shelter without any problem in the sector Wiñay Wuayna.
After having closed some resting places for the tourists who make the trip Inca Trail from April to facilitate the work of rehabilitation, conservation and maintenance; Fernando Astete confirmed that in coordination with the Department of Culture Cusco Desconcentrada (CDR) work in the camps 0,7,8,9 and 10 located in the area of Wiñaywayna, are already operating at 100% in order to accommodate tourists walking the Inca Trail Network.
The Head of the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu Archaeological Park, also said: "During the rehabilitation process has been implemented drainage systems, retaining walls and floors treatment so that tourists can install their tents and spend the night under optimum conditions."
In addition, it commented that currently is being carried out a geological study by a group of specialized technicians in the field in order to install modules to serve well and better all travelers who enjoy adventure tourism and travel.