Agreed with all the below, good place to camp before/after machu picchu.

Also regarding trains between Hidroelectrica-Aguas Calientes, this is info we would have liked to know beforehand... The schedule stated there would be two trains leaving to hidroelectrica after midday, at 15.40 and 18.00, but we asked and they said the last train would be at 13.30. We had walked from hidroelectrica and were planning to take the train back but this would be impossible for us as we had an afternoon ticket, big dissappointment haha. The reason the train was not going acc to schedule was that there wouldn't be enough people, even though I expected beginning of June to be high season. Not sure how to check in advance. walking there and back the same day is doable, if you take the bus up and down MP, but you are close to 30 km (mostly flat terrain though). In hindsight we would've preferred to take train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes, take bus up, and walk all the way down and back.

Blog: anoukjonker

Place: Parking at Hydroelectrica

Visited: June 8th, 2017

Location: -13.173983, -72.565067