The Sacred Valley of the Incas is located within the Peruvian Andes and the edge of the jungle, it is made up of numerous rivers that descend through ravines and small valleys; Throughout its extension there are numerous archaeological monuments and native peoples.

This valley was highly appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic characteristics. It was one of the main points of production due to the richness of its lands and the place where the best grain of corn is produced in Peru.

Professional guide. Tourist transport.
All entrance tickets. First aid kit.
Oxygen balloon.
Personal equipment. Snacks.



Day 1


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, -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.

– The Archaeological Park of Chinchero is known as the Cusqueño plateau and also as the land of the rainbow, it houses in its territorial extension an archaeological center and at the same time colonial constructions of great importance such as the church of Chinchero finished off with traditions preserved by its inhabitants, it is considered as the best manual textile producers, jealously guarding a process transmitted from generation to generation.

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.
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