According to some, missing out on Machu Picchu might just be a good thing…

Yahoo travel published an article last week labeling Machu Picchu one of the 5 most overrated tourist destinations in the world.

Coincidentally, this article was published at a time when visiting Machu Picchu is not option since the train tracks to the sacred site have yet to be fully repaired.

Check out these Aracari deals and alternatives currently available as a result of Machu Picchu being closed. While we adore Machu Picchu, the unique circumstance might be a very good thing for those seeking value for an unforgettable journey.

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