Chincheros – Moray – Ollantaytambo – Pisaq – Cusco
The Sacred Valley of the Incas tour is a great option for people who want to enjoy the beauty of this wonderful Andean paradise. Explore the Inca ruins of Ollantaytambo, Pisac and much more. Daily departures for single people and groups of all ages and the trip is by tourist bus.
The area of the valley between Pisac and Ollantaytambo is known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in this tour we will pass through the mountains until we reach the “Sacred Valley of the Incas” – which had a great transcendence in the Inca culture. The valley has a milder climate than Cusco and we will see a number of picturesque villages, agricultural terraces and many archaeological sites.
This tour is the “Traditional” or Classic tour, designed to see the entire Sacred Valley in one day full of action! If you have more time, we recommend that you spend the night in the Sacred Valley (we recommend either Ollantaytambo or Urubamba) and then you can assimilate some of the relaxed atmosphere.
- Highlights: The ruins and market of Pisac, Inca fortress in Ollantaytambo.
- Location: Sacred Valley, Cusco (Pisac, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, Chincheros)
- Duration: Full Day
- Level: Easy.
- Adventure Classification: This is a traditional tour.
- Departure dates: any day with two people. We offer tours for 2 people at affordable prices so you can go out at your convenience.
- Combos and Upgrades: Combine with one of our treks for a complete Cusco experience and get a discount on the price of your trek. Excellent for acclimatization prior to the trek or combined with another one-day trek in the rainy season.
What is included?
- Professional English-speaking guide
- Pick you up at your hotel on the morning of your trek departure
- Private Transport as described in the itinerary
- Lunch at a restaurant in the Sacred Valley
What is not included?
- Snacks and Water
- Tourist Tickets and Admission Fees
You must bring:
- A light bag to carry your things
- Your Tourist Ticket
- Bottle of water and water
- Money for snacks, souvenirs and tips if you want to tip.
- Hat, sunscreen and sunglasses
- Waterproof (or plastic poncho)
- The Cusco region can experience “all seasons in one day” so it is a good idea to bring a warm hat and gloves, as well as a cap, when you leave in the morning to be prepared for all eventualities.