Tour to the sacred valley of the incas

The magical Sacred Valley of the Incas should not be missed while visiting Cusco City. This tour allows you enter the mountains behind the city, deep into the Valley to visit the relaxed Peruvian villages located there. Our transportation will pick you up from your desired hotel, 30 minutes prior to the tour. Our first stop is the colourful village of Pisac, one of the most important archaeological attractions in the Valley with some of the most stunning views. The next stop is the village of Urubamba for a delicious buffet lunch before making our way through the valley to Ollantaytambo, the only Inka city that is still inhabited today. Finally we will enjoy Chinchero, known as the city of Rainbows which possesses two heritages that have left behind a mix colonial buildings and Inka terraces and temples.


 Tours al Valle Sagrado de los Incas *****

Rates per Person

USD 30


  • Pick you up from your hotel in Cusco.
  • Tourist transportation.
  • Buffet lunch(In Urubamba town).
  • Professional tour guide.

Not Includes:

  • Entrance fees to all attractions to visit.

Tour Map

Mapa de recorrido de Nuestro Tour del Valle Sagrado de los incas |

Tour Description

This tour starts with pick up service at your respective hotels between 08:15 hrs and 08:45 hrs. We are going to visit:



This is the home of the most important archaeological park in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, which is divided into two areas: The antique, located at the very top, which is an Inca archaeological site home of a Sun Temple and the current one, located in the valley, dating from the colonial time. Down in the town we will visit the main square, filled with colourful markets filled with handmade Peruvian treasures and well as fresh local food.

This archaeological site is known for its astronomical observatory and is formed by groups of platforms and architectural structures scattered on the slopes.


Ollantaytambo Maravilla arquitectonica

The village of Ollantaytambo is dominated by two massive Inca ruins of great importance and is the best surviving example of Inca city planning, with narrow cobblestone street that have been continuously inhabited since the 13th century.



Known as the city of Rainbows due the colourful skies during rainy season, Chinchero we make you feel like you have stepped back in time. This rich agricultural centre counts contains a very efficient irrigation system, a colonial church and an Indian market which is one of the most typical in the region; the barter system, practiced by peasants to provide goods and mostly tropical products such as fruits, coca leaves, or Maras salt bartered with local products such as potatoes, beans, ollucos etc.