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Inkaterra question

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We are taking a family vacation to Peru where my husband and sons are going to do the trek to MP and my daughter and I are going to splurge and stay one night at the Inkaterra. Unfortunately, we won't have a lot of time. We want to visit the Chinchero Market that Sunday morning, and I have purchased train tickets that will arrive at AC at 2:30 p.m. We will just have the afternoon/evening to enjoy the grounds as we want to get to MP for sunrise and to meet the rest of the family, so I want to make the best use of our time. We will need to purchase our bus tickets for the following morning before checking into our hotel so I'm guesstimating we won't get checked in until closer to 3:30?? Here is a schedule of what's offered at the hotel. Looks like we could just barely make it to either the nature walk or the tea. Or we could do tea (if we get there in time) and the twilight tour. Or the orchids? For those of you who have gone, are any of these not to be missed? I'd love to see the hummingbirds.
Nature walk 15h30
Tea 15h30
Twilight tour 17h00
Birds 6h00 / 6h15 / 6h30
Orchids 8h30 / 9h00 / 10h45 / 13h00 / 14h30
Thanks for any advice you can give me. Looks like an amazing place.
Laurie

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