Our Sacred Valley Tour Full Day is a great option for people who want to enjoy the beauty of sacred valley of incas. Explore the Inca ruins of Ollantaytambo, Pisac and Chinchero.
. Touristic transport.
. Buffet lunch.
. Tour leader.
. Entry to the archaeological complexs, in case of doing only City tour you will have to buy the partial ticket that costs S/70.00 (Pisac, Ollantaytambo, chinchero).
. In case of doing more circuits you will have to buy the completed ticket that will let you visit 16 places and it costs S/130.00.
Sacred Valley Tour
The Sacred Valley Tour starts at 8:20am when our staff will be waiting at the reception of your hotel. Then we board the bus for Pisac, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Pisac Ruins and Pisac Market: Pisac is located 32 km northeast of Cusco, approximately one hour away. It is famous for its colorful handicrafts market which is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The market has taken over Pisac to such an extent that it fills the main square of Pisac. The Pisac Ruins on a nearby mountain have an ancient irrigation system, impressive agricultural terracing and an Inca Observatory.
Urubamba: Urubamba is located 78 km to the northwest of Cusco, 25 minutes by bus, in the middle of the Sacred Valley. Surrounded by fertile fields, Urubamba was an important farming centre in pre-hispanic times. A variety of difference accommodation is available which makes this an ideal base for excursions.
Ollantaytambo: Ollantaytambo is located 97km to the northwest of Cusco, two and a half hours away by bus. Ollantaytambo was an important Inca administrative centre and the best surviving example of Inca city planning, said to have had spiritual and military purposes in Incan times due to its impressive walls and towers. A temple, terraces and an urban area can also be seen within the complex.
Chinchero: Chinchero is located 28 km to the northwest of Cusco, 30 minutes away by bus. Famous for its amazing views of the Vilcabamba mountains range, Chinchero has beautiful stone walls in the main plaza and agricultural terraces which are still in use. There is also a colonial church from the early 17th century, which was built upon the foundations of an Inca temple or palace.