The Sacred Valley of the Incas was important for the Incan Empire as it worked as an agricultural, spiritual and political center. This tour will take you through amazing scenic Andean landscapes to the famous souvenir market and the archaeological site of the town Pisac where ancient Inca priests once existed.
Before arriving at the town of Ollantaytambo, stop in Urubamba for a delicious lunch in a touristic restaurant. Ollantaytambo is the most well-preserved town in Peru today considering the Incan architecture and is also the holder of a great archaeological site, where big monuments are located on the steep mountain hills and the faces of the surrounding mountains.
The last stop on the way back to Cusco is in the town of Chinchero, where its archaeological site is located beautifully with the main church of the town. The town is also famous for its textile souvenir market where you can find cheap Andean textiles made from Alpaca wool. In the end of the tour you will get a demonstration of how the textiles in this area is hand made and colored.
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Private tour guide (bilingual
All entrance fees and tickets
Lunch in Urubamba
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
It is recommended to bring water, snacks, clothes appropriate to the weather (warm, cold, or rainy), sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, and camera