Machu Picchu is a historic old town located in the foothills of the Urubamba Valley, about 80 km from Cusco in Peru. In 1450 A.D during the Inca Empire, the city is one of the Seven Wonders of the New World.
The Peruvian government had prohibited people from going to Machu Picchu due to a corona infection. Thus, the Machu Picchu had been closed for the last seven months. Machu Picchu was visited by 3,000 visitors daily.
Jesse Takayama from Japan came to Peru last March to see Machu Picchu. But he could not go to Machu Picchu as the tourist sites were closed due to the Corona issue. Takayama got disappointed and decided to return japan after seeing Machu Picchu. So she stayed in Peru for seven months.
Seven months later the Peruvian government accepted his request and allowed him to open Machu Picchu. Takayama returned to his homeland after touring Machu Picchu as an individual. The Peruvian government has announced that Machu Picchu will open next month for local and foreign tourists.