The Sacred Valley in the Peruvian Andes, is composed of numerous rivers that descend by creeks and valleys; It has numerous archaeological monuments and indigenous peoples. This valley was appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the main points of production for the wealth of their lands and place where the best maize in Peru occurs. In the Sacred Valley beautiful colonial towns that were created spread, and now display their crossbreeding in architecture, art and culture alive. There are the villages of Chinchero and its weavers, Pisac and its craft fair, Urubamba and its cosmopolitanism, Ollantaytambo, with its Inca fortress and living people.
Moray Maras with its dazzling salt mines in these territories, the Sacred Valley, several communities have created products of rural tourism and experiential tourism that amaze friends and strangers. Each of them is a world in itself, and together compose a unique way to discover the most traditional region of the South American Andes.
Pisac: You can still see the magnificent and ancient architecture in the construction of the Inca city as well as in agricultural terraces. Our Pisac tour lasts approximately 2 hours before returning to the valley to visit the colorful and traditional local market where you can buy traditional textiles at low prices. After our visit to the market, our journey continues through the beautiful Sacred Valley, across the valley to see the cornfields, our next destination is Urubamba where we will arrive at approximately 13:00 pm to enjoy lunch (optional) one local restaurants..
Ollantaytambo. This place was built with pink granite rocks and is another great example of Inca architecture. Check out the second time of the Incas (90 tons) used as part of the Sun Temple after visiting this place will continue biggest rock.
Chinchero. Located 3,800 meters, where we will observe the traditional village, the colonial church and the Inca terraces and return to Cusco.
Daily departures from 8:30 to 18:00 (Sundays 8:00 to 18:00)
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