Casa de Campo Hostal

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

San Blas,Tandapata 296 B, San Blas, Cusco, Peru
Casa de Campo Hotel
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Costs 47% less but rated 14% lower than other 2.5 star hotels

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  • Families68
  • Couples58
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Fitness level

by Osiris8

I am really unfit and travelling to Peru/Cusco soon and we will be visiting Machu Pichu and other beautiful places there. Will my fitness level further deteriorate because of high altitude? I am very excited about this trip, but at the same time extremely fearful.

Re: Fitness level

by KathyGh

From my personal experience, altitude is a leveller anyway. Fit or unfit, it will affect you. Of course if you are very unfit and very fat then it is bound to affect you more, altitude or not.

Re: Fitness level

by GrumpyDiver

I have a friend (who is a smoker) who went to Machu Picchu for her 80th birthday (she is about to turn 87, so obviously no long-lasting harm was done).

She loved Cusco and did not venture too far into Machu Picchu because of the climbing involved, but regardless loved both places.

Altitude - Machu Picchu is at the bottom of the Sacred Valley, so altitude will bother you less there than in Cusco.

Go at your own pace (that will be more difficult to do if you are on a tour) and work within your own limits, and you should have a great time.

Re: Fitness level

by qaminari

I'm also extremely unfit but had no problem whatsoever with the altitude in Cusco or MP (or La Paz): some fit people suffer from altitude sickness, some unfit people don't, it is absolutely not true that everybody suffers! Of course MP itself can be strenuous to climb around, I don't have much stamina for going uphill (and suffer from an arthritic knee!) so I found it hard to get up to the viewpoint where you get the classic view from, but I just took my time. Of course, you may have problems with the altitude, but you cannot simply assume you will because of being unfit, there is no link whatsoever: or, as the 2 fittest people I know are the ones who had the worst time with altitude, I am inclined to think there may even be an inverse relationship - but that is probably just chance, or wishful thinking! Anyway, have a great trip, and try not to worry! If you have a couple of days in the Sacred Valley before going to MP you will probably have adjusted anyway.

Re: Fitness level

by dansak

I guess you won't have any problem. My brother who is a very fat person do it.

Travel Tips for Cusco

Hostal Qorichaska Peru

by qorichaska

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The flag - Le drapeau

by Maillekeul

The flag of Cusco looks like the gay flag... You had to know it before believing than any place in Cusco in gay-addicted...

Le drapeau de la ville de Cusco ressemble au drapeau gay. Fallait le savoir avant de croire que tout Cusco est gay-addicted ..

Venture into the market - buy or explore

by ilyathemuromets

You can buy cheap clothing at the market in Cusco. Just to give an example, I bought a wool hat (one that is sold everywhere with the straps on the side) for 5 soles ( as compare to 10 in most other places like in Lima). One lady even wanted to sell it for 3, but I gave her 5 anyways since it seemed like a standard price. It actually looked hand-made as compared to others that definitely were factory made. The market also has all kinds of food, so if you are brave enough you can try it out. If not, its fun just to browse around.

Market is located a few minutes off the center at Plaza de Armas near Santa Clara and Chaparro intersections.


by darthmilmo

Pisac is a lovely town about 1 hour away from Cusco. Try going there during a market day so you can get to buy tons of bargains. Also, don't forget the impressive ruins of Pisac. I was really surprices when they turned out to be impressive with several military and civilian buildings. I took a collectivo from town uphill to the side and slowly made my way down back to town. The scenery was breathtaking in and on itself. In addition, I got to see Inca terraces all over the place.

(one hour by local bus)


by darthmilmo

There is a periodic train between Cusco and Puno via Julianca. Some trains go to Arequipa as well. Unless you're a train aficionado, your best bet will be the bus since it's cheaper. however, for those heading to Machu Picchu, the only option is to take the train so make sure you inquire ahead of time (I recommend taking the more affordable "backpacker's special," which is just the same as the more expensive seats in the same train). Inquire in the train station for prices and times.

Machu Pichu (4 hours by train from Cusco to Aguascalientes, then under one hour by bus to the ruins; same timeing in reverse)

Puno (8 to 10 hours)


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