100 thoughts on “Machu Picchu in 360 (8K) | Exploring Peru in Virtual Reality

  1. Cool stuff! I love your guys' videos! You guys were a big part of what got me traveling, and all of your tips have made my life much easier with getting out in the world on my own.  I love these videos, but i'd also love if you could do more videos on working abroad/ tips to getting hired for teaching or other foreign jobs.  Thanks for being awesome!

  2. ive watched a lot of machu picchu videos since im from peru but yet, have never gone there. I always see people walking and standing on edges taking photos and think: what if they fall? I would be really scared of falling if I ever went there xd

  3. Alex in character. LOVES IT.  Incredible that they carved the bricks by hand. They had ways and means to do things that were beyond their capabilities but they found the way. If you have enough determination and ambition you can do it.  02:40 He ran out from the bricks. He must be like a one of those brick worms that when you touch it – it rolls into a ball. Ugly armour plated little yukky looking insects. But never noticed they have dreadlocks. Or maybe that's the earwig looking brick worms{|: ^D  You guys could act in theatre for real. You'd be awesome.  I think it was sad shame that the Inca were driven from their cities and had to sell all the gold.

  4. Watched this on my oculus. It was fabulous! Strange to see the two of you as 3D figures. It was amazing to be able to look around. Looking forward to the India VR videos!

  5. I can't see their faces, and had my volume turned off. So I pretended it was Mac and Charlie-from Its Alway Sunny in Philadelphia- and i pretended they were doing a "fake tour guide scheme" while they were in the neighborhood, and they were just bullshiting me the entire time. It was hilarious because their body language perfectly mirrored mac and Charlie relationship, and looked like they had zero clue of what they were talking about.

  6. Guys, great content & work. Just one thing, many Peruvians may be offended by you calling Machu Picchu ''Machu Pichu'' – the extra ''c'' is there for a reason & it is pronounced Machu Piq-chu with the ''q'' a rough sound like the ''ch'' in a Scottish loch. Huge difference in meaning in Quechua – one means old mountain, the other means old ''male appendage''. Just a heads-up as it is a common mistake.

  7. Tried to watch this in an HD mode… Failed badly. Buffered a lot even at 240s. RIP trying to watch HD stuff with 6Mbps download speeds.

  8. That feeling when you get yourself a fast PC about half year ago and the figure out later 8K causes the PC to crawl…

    But thanks for bringing the Inca culture I once read in history books. Next is the Aztecs, I suppose?


  10. Hello Vagabro . You channel is cool .. fun travels .. I had a question what kind of VR machine did you use and was it pricey? Thank have a blessed day

  11. You guys are awesome and balancing life and work is so important. Bourdain while he bought so much to his art I think it may have led to his sad death. So keep up your amazing work and most of all take care of yourselves and families. Family is most important.

  12. Te amo ❤machu pichu peru👍🥇 🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪

  13. First time watching you guys. Buddy of mine leaving tomorrow for Machu Picchu and told him about your 2 vids. Think we're both hooked on vagabrothers now.

  14. This is so awesome… I was watching the video on my phone and thought "wow, this guys move the camera a lot" only to then realize the VR… So cool, great video. Stay awesome, Vagabros.

  15. I dont have VR, but this is still a really cool video to experience. Thank you for putting in the time and effort to make it! Great work!

  16. Incas didn't build it all. They built on top of an existing megalithic structure. Would love to see this color corrected, looks like it was shot/published in Flat color mode. Also when publishing in 8K 264 to youtube try to keep the bit rate under 150 so it streams better. Great choice of shots by the way!

  17. HAHAHA telling your viewers that the Inca cut and shaped the stones "just right" without modern techniques, still doesn't explain how they did it. Its the typical non-explanation given by archeologists trying to explain something they don't understand and still maintain credibility and AUTHORITY. Just say nobody knows for sure how they shaped the stone here are some theory's…. not to mention how they moved the stones that are hundreds of tons up and down massive mountain sides.

    You will also notice the difference in modern indigenous stone work – smaller and less precise cut and shaped stone laid on top of the older (yes older) stone work that is much larger and cut/shaped with extreme precision. I do find the alien theory humorous, we find megalithic stone work all around the world, so its very likely that we (humans) once upon a time knew how to work stone and move it but have sense lost that knowledge to history.

    its usually dogmatic ignorant historians and archeologists who cant wrap their arrogant minds around the idea that we are not what we once were.

  18. You have to go to Choquequirao, it’s a larger city than Machu Picchu. Not destroyed by the spaniels. Like Machu Picchu they never knew it existed. It’s name means “Cuna de oro” Golden cradle. And it’s known as “Machu Picchu sacred sister”
    Because it’s less known and have to hike, there goes few people.
    Also we have more antique archeological sites in other parts of Perú. In the northeast you have “Kuelap” culture of the Chachapoyas. After conquer by the quechuas.
    Also in the northern central coast the pyramids of the sun and the moon first of the Mochicas between 1 an 5 century’s and after the Chimus more that 1,000 years ago, Chan Chan.
    Then we have Chavin de Huantar, also in central coast, they live between 1,500 and 300 before Christ, almost at the same time as the Paracas culture in the south.
    We have the oldest city and society in all America named Caral, 3 hours from Lima, it developed between 3,000 and 1,800 before Christ at the same time as the Egyptians.
    One last thing, the Inca was the king, the rest of the people were call “the quechuas” as in the south: at the Titicaca Lake, were “the Aymaras”.

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