Sacred Valley of The Inkas 3Days/2Nights.


Program 3 Days / 2 Nights Sacred Valley

Day 1: Sacsayhuaman Pisaq – Ollantaytambo.

At 8:00 am your guide and the driver of our company will pick you up at your hotel to take you to your first destination to visit, Sacsayhuaman one of the beautiful attractions of the Inca city. Here you can see a representation of why the Inca architecture still remaining preserved as intact until today. How the Incas used huge blocks of stone and intricately placed them, they allowed the buildings to absorb all the elements of nature. In Sacsayhuaman you will see the largest stone that survives over time.
From Sacsayhuaman we head toward the Sacred Valley. We headed towards the archaeological site of Inca Pisac. These are other impressive ruins found on the top of a mountain in the Sacred Valley. Let’s enjoy hundreds of agricultural terraces where the Incas cultivated corn, potatoes and quinoa. We will also see the religious and astronomical side of the Incas in these ruins. This is an amazing place to take pictures because it is a top of the Sacred Valley with endless views.

We returned to the car to go to the traditional market of Pisac and the town. This is the most traditional and colorful market to buy gifts if desired. You may also experience some local delicacies – many of the local farmers bring their vegetables, fruits and vegetables here to sell. This is where we stop for our lunch.
We drive through the Sacred Valley, after lunch to Ollantaytambo. Ollantaytambo was a position of control from where protected Inca Machu Picchu and the Valley against the enemies (Ollantay – is the name of the leader, Tambo is a place of accommodation). You will explore the area here have free time to take photos and explore the village. You will spend the night in Ollantaytambo and your guide will take you to your hotel, where you can relax a little before dinner.

Day 2: Inca Roads By Walking Maras – Moray Chinchero.

Today our breakfast will be at 6:30 am. After breakfast, we drive to the salt mines of Maras. This mine was extremely important to the Incas as it was their supply of salt still providing salt until today. About 3,000 salt pools owned by local farmers which have become the main economic activity of all the locals who live nearby. These salt mines as well as being historic and useful, are simply beautiful.
After the mines, we will go to Moray is an Inca archaeological site. The Incas used Moray as a way to study agriculture. They built terraces and experienced different microclimates for growing vegetables to see what grew best depending on the temperature. You will see in the different terraces of Moray in each a different variety of other produce is grown.
After Moray, we will go to Chincheros. Chincheros will see some Inca terraces that were used to grow potatoes. The Incas discovered that at this point 3,700 meters / 11,500 feet, was the perfect place to grow potatoes. They grew potatoes so that they were able to provide this amazing product to all the Inca civilization. Also here we can see a unique colonial church that was built on top of Inca palace by the Spaniards. Then visit the last textile center and you will have your last chance to buy gifts here.
then we return to Ollantaytambo, where you can enjoy one of the restaurants in town and where enlisted to take the train to Aguas Calientes. We will take you to your hotel where you should go to sleep early and get ready for your most important day, a visit to Machu Picchu.

Day 3: Machupicchu

After early breakfast at the hotel you can take the bus to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, 30 minutes and they run every 10 minutes. If you do not want to take the bus, but rather go walking along the Inca Trail, just let them know your guide so that He can show you the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, which takes about 1 hour 20 minutes approx.
In Machupicchu you will find the group that will make 2 hour guided tour and then have extra time to explore the ruins on your own. To view Huaynapicchu can walk, you can also go to the most famous place of Machu Picchu, La Puerta del Sol, which is a rise of 1 hour or less or if you just want to take pictures of postcard ruins, anyway you can do it. We encourage all travelers to make the most of your time here. There are options to return to Aguas Calientes, either by bus or simply following a walk through the famous footsteps of the Incas.
The regular dismissal time at Ollantaytambo is in the afternoon, then by bus to your hotel in Cusco.


Note: The climb to the Puerta del Sol is always available and is free. This is also an easy way to walk to a lovely spot overlooking Machu Picchu.

If you prefer to Huaynapicchu more spectacular views, this has to be planned in advance and has a value of $ 15 per person. This is probably the most beautiful and spectacular of all the options, however all three options are charming and result in amazing photos.


It includes:

  • Tourist transport
    Tour Guide
    BTG complete to enter all tourist places.
    Train Tickets return Ollantaytambo / Aguas Calientes / Ollantaytambo.
    Bus up and down from Aguas Calientes / Machu Picchu / Aguas Calientes.
    Entrance to the citadel of Machu Picchu.
    Transfers Cusco / Ollantaytambo / Cusco.
    Admission to the salt mines of Maras, Moray.

Not included:

  • – Hotel during their stay in the city of Cusco.
    Foods
    Drinks
    Air flights.

Discounts.
– Student discount with ISIC card CARD: US$25.
– Under 18 US$25.

 

          PRIVATE PRICE PER PERSON: $620.00

SERVICE GROUP PRICE X 2 PAX: US$ 610.00

SERVICE GROUP PRICE X 3 PAX: US$ 600.00

SERVICE GROUP PRICE X 4 PAX: US$ 590.00

SERVICE GROUP PRICE X 5 PAX: US$ 580.00

SERVICE GROUP PRICE X 6 PAX: US$ 570.00

SERVICE GROUP PRICE X 7 PAX: US$ 560.00