Joinnus Company to cease ticket sales for Machu Picchu on May 15th

Joinnus will cease to operate as the official platform for Machu Picchu ticket sales starting May 15th.

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The Ministry of Culture has announced a significant update regarding ticket sales for Machu Picchu, one of the world's most important tourist attractions. The minister confirmed that Joinnus will cease to operate as the official ticketing platform starting May 15th. This decision follows a series of meetings with the legal team handling the case, which has chosen not to renew the contract with the company.

According to the minister, they have carefully completed all the administrative and legal processes needed to end this contract to prevent any issues that could affect both tourists and the site's management.

However, they still need to provide specific details on how they will manage ticket sales for Machu Picchu after the deadline or handle reservations already made through Joinnus with the new platform that will replace it.

Update your tickets for Machu Picchu before the new system on May 15th

The Ministry of Culture is working diligently to ensure a smooth transition to the new ticketing system, which will be announced soon. In the meantime, visitors wishing to purchase or modify their Machu Picchu tickets should do so through Joinnus before May 15th to avoid complications.

This transition marks a critical point in the management of one of Peru's most iconic heritages, and the Ministry reiterates its commitment to maintaining accessibility and an excellent experience for all visitors.