Sacred Valley Of The Incas
|Locations Visited||: Cusco, Sacred Valley, Machupicchu|
|Trip Style||: Trek & Sightseeing|
|Length||: 01 Full Day|
|Group||: 2pax min, max 25 pax|
|Price||: USD$ 130 per person|
|Physical Grading||: 1 2 3 4 5|
Explore the Sacred Valley by experiencing the countryside in which you will be amazed by the impressive archaeological site of Pisac. This site displays hundreds of terraces, chambers, guardhouses, and natural viewpoints. Later, you will visit the actual town of Pisac and its colorful artisanal market were you can look at a bunch of Andean souvenirs. later we will visit Ollantaytambo; For history and archaeology enthusiasts, Ollantaytambo’s main draw is the superb terraced fortifications that cling to the valley side as it rises steeply above the western edge of the village. For those who can handle the vertiginous climb, the reward at the top is a well-preserved Inca temple and of course more breath-taking views. It was from here that the Emperor Manco Inca’s men rained rocks, spears and arrows on a battalion of conquistadors and eventually flooded them out to score a famous victory against the Spanish in 1536.
Our team will offer you a complimentary pick up from your hotel between 07:00 – 08:00am. Depends of your booking time, In this tour, we will enjoy & stop a few times to admire the scenic landscape & Mountains range of the Andes Along the way, your professional Tourism guide will provide you with reliable information to enrich your unforgettable experience of the stunning Sacred Valley. Upon our arrival at the Pisac ruins, we will explore the fascinating constructions built on a jagged area. Here, you can contemplate hundreds of terraces, urban areas, towers, and holy sites such as the Temple of the Sun and its fountains that represent the worship to water. Later on, we will head towards Pisac town where you can go through the Andean craft market, so you can browse for your perfect souvenir, stroll around and interact with local people, and perhaps try the Andean beer made from corn. Later, we go along the Vilcanota River towards Urubamba in order to have our Andean buffet lunch with includes delicious Peruvian dishes.
Afterwards, we continue to the archaeological fortress of Ollantaytambo, an important construction built during the prime time of the Incas. Terraces, simple huts and massive holy places such as the temple of the sun, which has a perfect place to stare at, compose this site. Ollantaytambo is an unconcluded site due to the Spanish arrival where hundreds of monuments were discontinue forcefully in order battle against the Spanish conquers.
After taking the time to appreciate unimaginable details of this site, consequently, in the afternoon after our lunch break, we will go to visit the spectacular archeological site of Moray, which is considered a center of agricultural experimentation during the Inca period.
Then we will visit the most predominant attraction of this day, which is the famous natural salt mines, which are surrounded between the valley and the mountains.
We will head back to your hotel in Cusco. In case you need to be dropped off at the train station of Ollantaytambo to head to Machupicchu, Our team will offer you the free transport to the train station.
What is included?
- Complimentary Pick up & drop off from/at your hotel
- Professional Tourism guide
- Prívate / Shared transport
- Entrance fees to the sites
- Assistance 24h
- Bottle of Water
What is not included?
- Tips recomended
- Adicional expenses
- Other not mentioned on itinerary
- Delicious Andean buffet lunch
Recommend items to bring with you or purchase prior to the tour:
- Sun hat
- Sun glasses
- Mosquito repellent
- Sun block
- Peruvian Money in small denomination
Our rates will be adjusted according to the services requested.
135.00 Dollars per person.
(*) Rates are based on a minimum of two people per group.
(**) For groups of 6 people or more, please consult us for special rates.
75.00 Dollars per person
(*) At this rate, the services will be shared with other clients