This stay is mysteriously designed to enjoy a new experience, it all starts with the visit to the imperial city of Cusco, then it will continue with the discovery of the Sacred Valley, this will be a great opportunity to visit the citadel of Machu Picchu, along the visits we will be able to meet the local population and enjoy unforgettable panoramas.

Professional guide. Tourist transport.
All entrance tickets. Entrance to Machupicchu.
Accommodation 2 nights. Lunch included in the sacred valley.
Lunch at Machupicchu town. Water bottles every day.
Permanent assistance. Bus ticket from Aguas Calientes town to Machu Picchu.
Round trip train ticket Poroy-Machupicchu-Poroy/ Ollantaytambo-Machupicchu-Ollantaytambo. Transportation from Cusco to Poroy or Ollantaytambo.
Tips. Snacks.
COVID tests. Flights
Drinks and dinners in restaurants.


Day 1:

CUSCO – CITY TOUR (3,400 METERS – 11,154 FEET).

In the afternoon we will pick you up at your hotel to start our tour in which we will visit the following points:

– The Cathedral of Cusco, also called the Basilica Cathedral of the Virgin of the Assumption, is the main temple and Catholic Christian religious monument in the city of Cusco. It was built between 1560, it houses a large number of works of art from the colonial and colonial times.

– The Inca Temple of the Sun, Coricancha, was the most important building of the Tahuantinsuyo empire where all the populations came to worship and pay tribute to their gods. During the time of the Spanish conquest it underwent many changes and the church and convent of Santo Domingo were built on pre-Hispanic bases.

– The Archaeological Park of Sacsayhuaman (3,500 meters / 11,482 feet) with its megalithic walls is located just 2 km from the city of Cusco, the largest architectural work that began to be built during the government of the Inca Pachacutec in the fifteenth century,  then go to Qenqo, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay.

After visiting this last point of visit, we will transfer you to your hotel so you can rest.


Day 2


Today in the morning we will go to your hotel in order to start our excursion to the sacred valley of the Incas, where we will be able to appreciate different ecological levels and how the Andean man domesticated plants and animals to obtain an improvement in their production such as: potato , corn, quinoa, alpaca, llama, among others.

During our excursion we will visit the Archaeological Parks of Pisaq and -Ollantaytambo:

– The Pisaq Archaeological Park (3,346 meters / 10,977 feet) is one of the most important Archaeological Parks in the region, known as a great astronomical observatory. In the colonial town of Pisaq there is a picturesque artisan market that contains very important artistic expressions such as textiles, goldsmiths, paintings, silverware, among others. Thus becoming a mandatory stop for visitors.

– The Archaeological Park of Ollantaytambo (2800 meters / 9186 feet) is a set of pre-Inca and Inca constructions, where the urban model designed by the Andean culture stands out, it is also known as the last living Inca city since its inhabitants still live in the houses that their ancestors used half a century ago.

Ollantaytambo becomes a mandatory stop for all visitors traveling to Machupicchu by train. For this reason we will stay at the station to board the tourist train which will take us to Machupicchu Pueblo (2040 meters / 6692 feet), at the station of this town a staff will be waiting to guide you to your overnight place.


Day 3


Today we will leave the hotel in the morning towards the bus station where we will board the bus that will take us to the llacta of Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas”. This complex is considered a masterpiece of Inca architecture: a complete settlement with different neighborhoods, squares, streets, buildings, astronomical observatories and terraces, built in the midst of subtropical vegetation and rediscovered on July 24, 1911 by the American explorer Hiram Bingham. After the guided tour and the respective photos of the memory, we will go down to Machupicchu Pueblo where we will have lunch and later we will board the return train to the town of Ollantaytambo where the transport that will take us to the imperial city of Cusco will wait for us. Night in Cuzco.

Rain jacket or poncho. A coat.
Sunscreen. Hat.
Sunglasses. Walking shoes.
Water bottle. Camera.
Personal medications suggested by your doctor.

Important documents to bring with you:

Original passports. Your student ID.
centro arqueológico de cusco
centro arqueológico de cusco

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