The signature passenger journey of Mexico's national railroad (Ferrocarril Mexicano, aka Ferromex), Chepe offers breathtaking views and exotic stopovers along its two daily trips through Copper Canyon. Unique to Chepe are its "piggyback" flatbed cars designed to accomodate caravans and other RVs. Separate First Express and Economic Class departures daily to/from Chihuahua and Mochis.
The "interoceanic railway" traces its pre-canal roots back a century-and-a-half. Today's 21st century railway stretches 47 mi/75 km, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, providing a transcontinental crossing in a bit more than an hour.
Explorando la Tierra de los Incas... Exploring the land of the Incas, PeruRail transports visitors between several of the country's most renowned destinations. Trains include the famous "Hiram Bingham" which connects Poroy (Cusco) and Urubamba with Machu Piccu and the"Andean Explorer," linking Cusco and Lake Titicaca. Service between the Lake and Arequipa is available on a charter-only basis.