VALLE SAGRADO: (9:00 am -7:00 pm)



Pick up from the hotel from 8:30 to 9:00 am and then go by bus to the following places.


Pisaq.- (45 min. Approx.) Going through a natural lookout from where you can see much of the Sacred Valley.


Then visit the typical market, which is the most famous of South America, then we visit the archaeological site at 2950 masl. Where you can see the fine work done with local stones, agricultural platforms.


After visit continue to Urubamba where we have lunch.

Ollantaytambo.- 2700 masl, which was an important Inca construction, at its peak attributed to the Inca Pachacuteq.


Chinchero.- 3762 m. Where to find important centers of worship, as well as agricultural terraces built to the geography. Something that stands out is that, as in other towns residents despite the passage of time still retain their ancient customs such as the development of textiles and how to dress and braids that characterize the village women. Then return to the city of Cusco.



• Professional bilingual guide (English / Spanish).
• Private transportation.


• Tourist Ticket

• Food

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