Sacred Valley Tour - 1 Day

Sacred Valley Tour one of the most popular tours to learn about the history of the Inca Empire, for making this tour we have to be ready at 9:00 AM to be picked up from our hotels.


We will meet at the meeting point at the agreed time, where we will pick up the vehicle to go to the town of Pisac, about 40 minutes from the city of Cusco. Here, we will have time to tour the handicraft market, before continuing to the archaeological center. Once there, the guide will give us relevant historical Information, before giving us some free time to tour the site on our own.

Sacred Valley Tour

  • Pisaq
  • Ollantaytambo
  • Chinchero



Afterward, we will go to Urubamba, where we will have time for lunch (by the way the cold drinks are not included), to have the energy for our next visit.


We will climb the terraces to visit the ruins of the temple of the sun and learn a little more about the forms of construction used by the Quechuas. Then, we will walk a section of an original Inca Trail to descend to our starting point, with views of the surrounding valleys and the same ruins we stepped on a moment ago.


Finally, we will go to Chinchero, where we can visit the church and admire the paintings, sculptures, and altars that testify to the history of the building since its construction in the seventeenth century.

On the way back to Cusco

Back in Cusco, we will say goodbye to the guide and the vehicle will leave us at a point near the Plaza de Armas after hours of activity.

The sacred valley tour includes

What it includes:

  • Transportation
  • Pick up from your Hotel (available in the historical center of Cusco)
  • Bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
  • Drop off in the center of Cusco

What does not include:

  • Pickups from the urban areas
  • Cold drinks
  • Tourist ticket (partial: S/. 70 per person; General: S/. 130 per person).
Price From
$30.00 Per Person
Add Travelers
$30.00 Per Adult

Tour Info

  • Van or Sprinter
  • 10-20
  • Medium
  • English and Spanish

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