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Sacred Valley Full Day

Maras, Moray, Chincheros, Ollantaytambo, Pisaq

Price From $ 30

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The staff of our agency will contact you at your hotel to start the trip to the majestic Sacred Valley of the Incas where we will enjoy the view of impressive landscapes, surrounded by mountains and unique snow-capped mountains in the Andes Mountain range; We will visit, first.

Agricultural Laboratory of Moray which is located forty-seven kilometers from Cusco. Moray is a prototype of a greenhouse or biological experimental station quite advanced for its time, you can see the Inca agricultural laboratory, formed by four amphitheaters or platforms of concentric circular stones superimposed and of an approximate depth of 150 meters, like rings that widen as they ascend. In the place, the plants were adapted to new ecosystems. There are those who believe that these constructions may have served as an amphitheater for civic-religious ceremonies and not only for agricultural purposes. Continuing the trip you will go to the Salt Mines of the town of Maras, which is located seven kilometers from Moray and 3, 380 m.a.s.l. It has salt mines, which were already exploited by the Inca as a means of economic exchange. They currently house more than three thousand small wells with an average area of about 5 m², they are salt generators due to the existence of natural groundwater, which serves as irrigation to these wells and thus solidifies with the existing salt, this product is valid for the consumption of the surrounding population and Cusco itself. Culminating the tour, we arrive at the town of…

The Archaeological Site of Chinchero is an important historical site located in the Cusco region, was built during the Inca period, and is believed to have been an important administrative and religious center. The site features an impressive stone wall surrounding the complex, as well as several Inca buildings, such as a temple, an audience hall, and food depots. The archaeological center of Chincheros is also known for its impressive system of agricultural terraces, which were used to grow food for the local population, Chincheros is known for its vibrant market of handicrafts and textiles that reflect the cultural tradition of the place. Continuing the tour, you will go to the town of Urubamba to have a buffet lunch. After tasting the exquisite Andean and national dishes, they continue the journey to …

Ollantaytambo: This archaeological site was built during the Inca Empire by the Inca Pachacutec, according to history it was an administrative, religious, and military center. This enclosure is very important for its impressive Inca architecture, including its agricultural terraces and its huge blocks of stone cut with precision, the Temple of the Sun that is located at the top of the mountain, the temple of the three windows, the baths of the ñusta, the water fountains and its artisan market. It is also known as the starting point of the famous Inca Trail.

Pisaq: This archaeological site is the last visit on the itinerary, it is important for the impressive agricultural terraces that can be appreciated, the Intiwatana, the food deposits, the walls, and the platforms. You can also visit the craft market with a variety of handmade works. Culminating the visit return to the city of Cusco.

Trip Information

  • Departure time:
    • 07:30 daily
  • Visiting time:
    • Approximately 10 hours.
  • Includes:
    • Professional guide in English or Spanish.
    • Tourist transport.
    • Buffet lunch in Urubamba town.
  • Not include:
    • Entrance ticket (Price: S/. 70.00 soles).
    • Drinks during lunch.
    • Extra expenses.
  • If you have any questions:
    • It is important to mention that the prices of the tour are in shared service.
    • Of course, if you are a group or more than four-person, we have a special price, according to your needs.
    • If you want a private service, please send a message telling us the number of passengers in your group.
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