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Sacred Valley Tour – 1 Day tour


Sacred Valley of the Incas

It is a must-see for any traveller who goes on tours to Cusco and Peru, for its temperate climate, its excellent farmland, the river Vilcanota or also known as the Urubamba river that runs along the sacred valley of Cusco for about 100kms, its different ecological floors that offer different climates and its fertile lands that produce the best corn with which the best chicha de jora (Frutillada) is prepared, a typical drink of the Urubamba Valley and typical fruits of the zone such as peach, capulí, avocado, etc. Because of these characteristics, the Sacred Valley was a resting place of the Inca period.

The valley keeps among its main attractions different archaeological centres that with great mastery were placed by engineers and architects of ancient Peru and wrapped in the natural environment that mother earth left behind.

In Cusco Peru we offer you the full day economic Sacred Valley tour starting with our tour or tour to the Sacred Valley of the Inkas begins with a visit:

Our full day Sacred Valley tour has as objective that you can know the most representative places of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Our Sacred Valley tour can start in the city of Cusco and end in the city of Cusco or start in the city of Cusco and end in the Ollantaytambo to continue with a tour to Machupicchu. Either way, we know you’ll enjoy this trip.

Discover the best of the Sacred Valley of the Incas through this route that takes only one day with the tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

During the tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, there will be a stop for lunch at a local restaurant in the Sacred Valley of the Incas overlooking the Urubamba River.

Our transfer will visit you in your hotel to take you to the starting point of this tour to the sacred valley of a day, between 08:00 hrs and 08:30 hrs. First, we will visit the town Pisac famous for its handicrafts, where we will also visit its archaeological centre. At noon we will have lunch in Urubamba, then visit Ollantaytambo and end up in the town of Chinchero which is known for its textiles. We return to Cusco; our tour ends at approximately 18:30 hours. Close to the Plaza de Armas.

Sacred Valley Cusco – Pisac – Ollantaytambo – Chinchero.

Our guide will visit you in your hotel to take you to the place where your tour starts, between 08:00 hrs and 08:30 hrs. We will make a 30-minute trip to Pisac located east of the city of Cusco. In Pisac we will visit the ruins located in the upper part of the city, as well as the handicraft market located around the Plaza de Armas.

In Pisac we will be able to appreciate how the settlers use the Incan agrarian techniques to solve the problem of sowing on the slopes of the hills and thus achieve the best productivity.

Visitors will be impressed by the urban distribution of a building made of large stone blocks polished in symmetry, also visit the current colourful craft market in which we can find a variety of handicrafts for sale.

At noon we will have a buffet lunch at a tourist restaurant in the town of Urubamba. After lunch we will go to Ollantaytambo: located 76 km from the city of Cusco, built on an area of approximately 600 hectares, is established in the middle of three valleys that gives way to the jungle brow where Machupicchu is located following the course of the river, has strategic control places established in the rugged geographical relief turning the archaeological site into a fortress. It contains archaeological evidence showing astronomical, administrative, urban, livestock and agricultural purposes.

In addition, the city of Ollantaytambo is considered a city suspended in time by the colonial Inca urban adjustment with great use of the hydraulic engineering distributing the water by means of channels that cross its streets maintaining its original landscape. On our way back to the city of Cusco we will visit Chinchero: located to the northwest of the city of Cusco, at present it is a tourist attraction because it keeps alive the ancestral traditions in agriculture maintaining the greatest variety of production of Andean potatoes and the handling of the fabric with iconography and Inca symbolism which is exposed by local women to the traditional way, being an important point for the visit of the travellers. We return to Cusco, our tour ends at approximately 18:30 hours. Close to the Plaza de Armas, ending this sacred valley of the Incas Tour.

  • Duration: 1 day.
  • Departures: All Days, All Year.
  • We suggest you wear suitable shoes or slippers; you will climb many steps.
  • Carry a small backpack and with your camera, bring a hat, sunscreen, mosquito repellent and a bottle of water.
  • In Pisac do not forget to try the empanaditas and bring some souvenirs of craftsmanship.
  • In Urubamba you will enjoy a delicious buffet lunch where we invite you to taste the corn from the Sacred Valley.


  • Entrance to the archaeological site of Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.
  • Transfer by Tourist Bus.
  • Guided in Group, Professional Guide English – Spanish.
  • Buffet lunch at Tunupa restaurant.

Not included:

  • Hotel in Cusco.
  • Breakfast and dinner.
  • Other services not mentioned.

What should I bring to the tour?

  • Camera
  • Snacks (chocolates, sweets, coca leaf)
  • Jacket for the cold.
  • Cap and sunglasses
  • Rain coat (Consult according to the season)
  • Comfortable shoes
Preparation for Tour:

The paperwork. – Check if your passport is valid for the duration of your trip. Consult if you require a visa according to your nationality. Passports must be in perfect condition (no stains, staples, paper clips, trademarks, etc.).

Travelling with children. – If you are traveling with your children under 15 years old , you must tell us so that our team can organize according to your condition, it is very important to indicate the age of the minors.

About your health. – Obligatory vaccinations: there is no obligatory vaccination. Recommended vaccines: it is recommended to update the classic vaccines such as: diphtheria, tetanus and polio +/-whooping cough, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, hepatitis A and B. A dental and medical check-up is also recommended.

Acclimatization. – This hike requires an adequate acclimatization according to the levels, it is recommended a good acclimatization in altitude at 3500 m. or make similar tours where we recommend our clients to do the “Salkantay” or Sacred Valley hike.

Physical preparation – To fully enjoy your adventure, don’t forget to stay in shape at least once a week by hiking (15 to 22 km).

Your equipment on the hike – All your equipment must be divided between the backpack for hiking and your light travel bag that must carry a padlock, this will be carried by the horses. For this do not put in the bag your fragile things, because with the load can be broken.

RATES 2019-2020

Exclusive service: we will only operate on our tourists; we will not pass or join with other agencies. Our groups in average are from 2 to 6 people, the departure is guaranteed 100% even if it is only one person.

Christina John

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Highlights of this tour

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is a stunning and historic valley that was inhabited by the Runas, human beings in Quechua, of the Tahuantinsuyo (Incan nation) who built impressive works of agricultural engineering admired by all of humanity. Situated within easy reach of Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is a spectacular valley, located within the South American Andes mountain range. Running parallel to the winding Urubamba River, which also goes by the name of the Vilcanota River or the Wilcamayu River, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is just 15 km / 9 miles to the north of Cusco.

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