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The Sacred Valley is a wonderful place of picturesque communities, impressive terraces, archaeological sites of great importance and mountain scenery. Dominated by the stunning peaks of the Cordillera Vilcanota, the valley has been, since Inca times, the agricultural pantry of Cusco. On this tour you can explore the Inca ruins of Pisac, Ollantaytambo and the town of Chinchero.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas, in the Andes of Cusco, is made up of numerous rivers that descend by ravines and small valleys pruduct from the melting of the great glasers; It has numerous archaeological monuments and Andean towns. This valley was very appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the main production points for the wealth of its lands and the place where the best corn grain in Peru is produced.
The Sacred Valley (2850 meters), in the Peruvian Andes, is composed of numerous rivers flowing through canyons and valleys. It has numerous archaeological monuments and Andean villages.
The Sacred Valley was very appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities.
It was one of the main points of production due to the richness of its land, it’s currently the place where the best maize in Peru is produced.
In this valley we can see beautiful colonial towns, which now show its mix of architecture, art and living culture.
This tour begins with pick up from your hotel at approximately 08:15 h in order to board the tourist bus to take us to the various attractions of the Sacred Valley.
After picking you up, we will stop at Qorao Market, where you can see and buy beautiful works made by local craftsmen. Then we will go to the viewpoint of the Sacred Valley; there we can take great pictures of the Andes and the Sacred Valley itself. Then the bus will take us to the town of Pisac to visit the local market and the archaeological complex of Pisac, after visiting this wonderful place we’ll go to the town of Urubamba in this place we will have buffet lunch in a tourist restaurant. After the delicious lunch we head to the town of Ollantaytambo; which was built to monitor and protect the empire from possible invasion. Afterwards you’ll have some time to walk along the streets of this town and thus have a better idea of what life religion and traditions were like in this place during the period of the Incas. On the way to Cusco we’ll visit the picturesque town of Chinchero where we will see the remains of the royal house of Tupac Inca Yupanqui, the beautiful colonial temple with interesting frescoes on the front gate (this place was built on the foundations of an Inca construction). We can also admire the well-preserved Inca walls in the main square of the town.
Finally, we return to the city of Cusco, arriving at around 18:30 h.
Remember that!!! This tour leaves every day of the year.
“This tour is available every day provided we have a minimum of 2 pax”
We know that time is very important for you and you want to make the most of it. That is why punctuality is one of our most important values.
From the moment you have contact with us, we will try to provide a personalized service according to your travel requirements.
It is our priority to have the very best guides with a wide knowledge of the history and culture of our destinations and of the wild activities we offer.
The food is one of the most important things on the trek, we bring balance and nutritive food along the trail, all our presentations are buffet.
Our transportation is private for all our treks and tours, and our camps are strategically located so you can enjoy your hikes.
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