Sacred Valley Vip – Full Day Tour
Super Valley tour. vip
Our tour are to enjoy! This tour to the valley of the Incas, it starts from the city of Cusco to the district of Ollantaytambo; including the ruins of Pisac, Maras moray and salt mine and the landscapes that surround the valley such as Urubamba. Finally, the town of Ollantaytambo and its ruins that stand out and have immense constructions of food stores in the mountain of Pinculluna. Also, its incomparable agriculture in all its aspect that ranges from Pisac to near Machupicchu.
Early in the morning, we will come to pick you up from your hotel in our touristic car, so that we head to our sacred valley first we are going to have a nice view of cocha wasi and after that adventure that includes Pisac, the market, Urubamba, and the ruins of Ollantaytambo. Along the way, we ill see many small communities with different customs and religions. In the valley of Calca, we will see one of the magical meals, roasted guinea pig, and an Inca drink, Chicha De Maiz.
Cocha wasi Zoo.
It is a zoological where you can appreciate animals from different areas of our Peru.
It can be seen as Andean Condor, Andean Puma, Llamas, Alpacas, Parrots of the Amazon Rainforest, Vicuñas, Deer. and many birds of the place.
Pisac archeological Center
Pisac is one of the wonders that the city of Cusco has. A touristic attraction that shows the splendor of its design. For the Incas, it was a very important site, perhaps as a second Machupicchu, because the constructions are made of stone and adobe. We also have to visit the temple, the spiritual showers, the platforms of agriculture, and the urban sector, center of rest (Inca cemetery. The Inca cemetery is a work that is an admiration for visitors, because it is in a place where is impossible to climb and bury ancestors, as it is inside a steep mountain. There are more than 2000 Inca tombs in a hill.
Later, it is an occasion to visit the local market of this small town of Pisac, and thus appreciate the works of the last potters and metallurgy.
Maras Moray y Salt Mine.
Maras is a place where the Incas invented their own laboratory to produce their food, thanks to this in Peru we have 4000 varieties of potatoes and corn that is 3000 varieties and there are many foods that are well known almost worldwide as the famous Andean Quinoa.
SALT MINE is a magical place where you can appreciate about 3,000 natural salt grounds. We have a natural source that provides salt water and this makes salt thanks to the evaporation of the sun.
Ollantaytambo. The ruins of Ollantaytambo are to admire, because that spirit of the Incas still lives. The locals live in houses that were built decades ago with stone and dirt adobe. The Costums are still live, and so far, many of the Andean highlands live with their own typical clothes of the Andes. The most outstanding thing is the red color. The wonder of the Cusco is also near the city of gold, Machupicchu. The agriculture terraces are incredible. The temples of adobe like of the water, the temple of the sun with immense rocks, their stores that continue holding on to those places where the wind make its sound, and where corn farming is one of the most notable at this time for visitors.
Included in the sacred valley tour
- Tourist guide fluent in English, spanish and quechua
- Bus round trip
- Round trip transportation
Not Included in The tour
- Entrance ticket as a partial 70 soles Per person for inca buildings
- Water bottle
- Entrance ticket to salt mine whis is 10 soles
- Appreciation for the Guide and Driver
What To Bring
- Original passport (it is better to bring both to buy tickets)
- Camera with external battery
- Hat for the sun and for the cold
- Hiking sticks
- Mosquito repellent
- Hiking shoes, trousers and jumpers
Departures & Price
Departure dates 2018
Per Person $ 65 USD
per person $ 85 USD
students: discount of $ 20, but you have to supply us with a copy of your ISIC card when you make the booking. Children up to 15 years of age will be charged as students, under the condition that you supply us with a copy of the passport at the time of booking time.
Note: A minimum of two people is required to run the trek, and there is a maximum of eight people per group.