Discover the Sacred Valley

  • Archaeological park of ollantaytambo-sacred valley-1
  • pisac min
  • ollantaytambo min


  • ELEVATION CUSCO: 300 meter /11.152 feet
  • HIGH ELEVATIONS: CHINCHERO 3.762 meter / 12.340 feet
  • LOW ELEVATION: URUBAMBA 2.871 meter / 9.419 feet
  • CONSIDERATE: moderate short walk in some complex the sacred valley is a full day tour day where we can learn a lot from the inka archaeological sites.
  • STARTING: from 8: am to 6:30 pm we pick up from your hotel and finishing at you hotel.
  • WHY: at least it is one of you bucket list bums The sacred valley is characterized by very special conditions, as an excellent climate, fertile land and waters of the sacred river of the Incas, the Vilcanota (Quechua word, sacred or wonderful thing),

What to do once you Arrive to the Inka Capital Cusco (Qosqo)

Many people ask for altitude sickness, wondering it will cause problems. This is caused by having less oxygen in your bloodstream at higher altitudes than sea level, it make to force hard your body for oxygen in some points your body get tired even dehydrated, dizziness, vomiting or nausea andlose your appetite. Less breathing is common at high altitudes. It involves alternate periods of deep and shallow breathing, and breathing may even cease for between 3 and 15 seconds. When it occurs at altitude, periodic breathing is not a medical problem on its own. It is just the body’s physiological response to having lower-than-normal oxygen levels in the atmosphere. Your body reacts to this by making you breathe faster and deeper. This in turn, causes a quick build-up of carbon dioxide in your blood, which feeds back to your respiratory system causing your breathing to slow down or even stop for a short while. When your body senses a further drop in oxygen levels in the blood, it is kick-started into breathing faster and deeper again. And so the cycle continues.

Periodic breathing can interfere with your sleep if the periods of no breathing wake you up or make you sleep restlessly. If this becomes a problem, taking the prescription medicine acetazolamide (Diamox) may help. (ASK YOUR DOCTOR).

We take care our customer and remember this is your vacations so as a travel agency we got support from professionals doctors we’ll like to give the best suggestions if your get those symptoms first you should relax, as possible drink some rehydration sales to walk slowly to avoid some strong food, we can suggest what to eat once you arrive to Cusco avoid the alcoholic drinks and to acclimatize between 2 days maximum where you can do o lot shorts activities

Our staff will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco around 8:00am hrs. To board a private car that will take us to visit many Inca Archaeological sites and markets attractions.

A long the way we stop in one of those family project AWANAKANCHA. Exhibition camelids such as llamas, vicunas and alpacas in their natural environment and realization of fabrics with fibers from wool. And then we go to PISAC, a nice Inca Archaeological sites where you will see towers, military fortresses, astronomical observatories, etc. is located Highlights, the largest Inca cemetery throughout the Americas. Every Sunday PISAC MARKET is considered as unique local market is open every day located in the main square the " Andean market" crafts fair, among which beautiful textile crafts, sweaters, ponchos, bags, etc. after that around 2 pm we go for lunch right in URUBAMBA the capital of the sacred valley you guide will recommended where to eat. After lunch we’ll drive to OLLANTAYTAMBO where we walk until the summit of the Inca Archaeological sites is a highlights to see the six monoliths oversized, assembled with incredible precision even the temple of the sun and temple of the moon and some water fountains. The present town of OLLANTAYTAMBO, has many houses built on the foundations of ancient Inca village, CHINCHERO is a small village mainly comprises mud brick (adobe) houses, and locals still go about their business in traditional dress. The village may have been an important town in Inca times if get time do we have the great show from Andean woman (how to weave and to die the wool with nature). The tour ends at approximately 6:30 pm when we arrived to your hotel.

  • 2 – 6 people: $230 per group
  • 7 – 13 people: $300 per group


  • Private van
  • professional English-speaking Tour Guide

Does Not Include

  • Lunch in Urubamba around 02 pm your guide will recommended
  • Tourist Ticket for archeological sites
  • This visitor’s ticket costs 130 Peruvian Soles (approx. US$41) and 70 Peruvian Soles for students with an ISIC card (approx. US$22). The ticket is valid for 10 days and can be bought at the OFEC office at Avenida Sol 103 office 102 (Mon-Fri 8am-6.30pm, Sat 8am-2pm) or at any of the sites.
  • Tourist ticket (not included in price)
  • Sun hat
  • Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended)
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Water
  • Extra money for lunch the cost is between 35 to 50 soles
  • Camera and films
  • Extra money for tips