Sacred Valley Full Day
Places to Visit:
Pisaq archaeological site & market, Ollantaytambo archaeological site and Chinchero.
Sacred Valley in Peru is a beautiful and historic region that is worth a visit. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, as well as its rich history and cultural significance. The Sacred Valley was once the heartland of the Incan Empire, and many of its ruins and archaeological sites have been preserved and are open for visitors to explore.
Sacred Valley Tour Full Day Itinerary
In this tour, we will take you through some of the most impressive archaeological sites in the Sacred Valley, as well as give you a taste of local culture and cuisine.
Here are the attractions we will visit:
From Cusco, we will head to the town of Pisaq, which is located about 32 km from Cusco. Here we will visit the Pisaq Archaeological Park, which is home to some of the most impressive Incan ruins in the region due to its perching agricultural terraces.
This town is about one hour from Pisaq. Ollantaytambo is considered to be one of the last “Living Inca Town” because its inhabitants live according to uses and customs inherited from their ancestors. Here, we will visit its impressive Incan fortress, which was built to protect the Sacred Valley from invaders and will have some time to explore the colorful artisan market.
The final stop of our tour is Chinchero, which is about 30 km from Ollantaytambo. This town is known for its weaving traditions, and archaeological site, which features a colonial church built on top of Incan foundations.
Our tour to the Sacred Valley will be complemented with a delicious buffet lunch in Urubamba. The lunch will be a delight as it is prepped with fresh, local produce.
- Pick-up from hotel in Cusco / drop-off at hotel after tour
- Guided service (English or Spanish)
- Transportation to each attraction included in the tour
- Buffet lunch in the Sacred Valley
- Entrance tickets (Boleto Turístico General)
- Snacks & Water
WHAT TO BRING
To guarantee the best of experiences, it is important to be fully prepared. Here is a list of items we recommend you to bring for this tour.
- Comfortable shoes. No heels, flip flops, flats or unworn shoes.
- Small day pack for your personal items
- Travel document
- Parka or windbreaker. Weather changes are common in Cusco. This includes sunny, rainy and windy conditions.
- Reusable water bottle
- Extra cash for souvenirs & snacks
Prices & Options
COST: US$40 per person