Sacred Valley of the Incas

Sacred Valley of the Incas, is an Andean fertile place with areas of agriculture that supplied the large number of cultivation of the ancient Inca state, undoubtedly this Andean place was considered a Sacred place for the Incas, for that reason along this big valley have been constructed temples and Inca palaces.

The Sacred Valley takes place in a full day, and visits the tourist sites: Pisaq market, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.


Early in the morning we will pass by you to the Hotel, transfer to the Sacred Valley. The first stop will be in the archaeological center of Pisaq, after an extensive tour, we will go to the craft market (Tuesday, Thursday and Sundays).

The next stop will be Urubamba, in this place we will have lunch, then we will go to the impressive archaeological complex Ollantaytambo, ending our tour we will stop in the village of Chinchero, and after a guided visit to this place we conclude our tour in the city of Cusco. End of the tour.



Is one of the districts of the province of Calca, department of Cusco, located 30 Km from the city of Cusco, at an altitude of approximately 2950 meters above sea level.

Pisaq has as the majority of archaeological sites two parts, the Inca part, basically consisting of foundations carved into rock and sectors where they practiced agriculture; and the colonial part, consisting of architectural constructions which are mostly Catholic churches.

Pisaq Market:

Most rural areas of Cusco maintains the tradition of holding some Sunday fairs in the town’s main square, where the Andean people show all of their products and gave it up for sale, Pisaq market trade fair is held on Tuesday, Thursday and Sundays.

Making this a very beautiful place filled with colorful where you can appreciate beautiful works of art, such as Andean textiles with alpaca fiber, sculptures made of clay and others.

Also every Sunday in Pisaq, tourists can participate in a Traditional Quechua Andean Mass with the inhabitants. For this important day, mayors and Varayoc come to this town with its typical costumes to form part of the Sunday Mass celebration.


 Located approximately 80 km from the city of Cusco, at 7700 meters above sea level. As in the rest of archaeological sites, the name firstborn of this is a mystery, but chroniclers show that Ollantaytambo comes from an Aymara word “Ullantawi” which means place where one looks below, and “tambo” which in Quechua means resting place, it would have been subsequently incorporated.

For many people of the andes the name Ollantaytambo comes from “Ollanta” which is the name of an Inca captain, whose history was saved with the passing of time as an oral tradition, and was also written as a drama by Antonio Valdez during the 18th century.

The archaeological group of Ollantaytambo in the time of the Inca state was an administrative, religious military and agricultural center.

According to chronicles of the time, the arrival of the spanish, Ollantaytambo has not yet been completed to build, for this reason can still see huge blocks of stone which were left in the path to the end-point.

It is also clearly. Also it is clear that the main temple was not completed in its entirety before being destroyed by the Spanish


Chinchero is a village in the province of Urubamba, Cusco Department, 30 km from the city of Cusco is located at an approximate height of 3780 m. Chinchero was undoubtedly one of the important places in the Tawantinsuyo by its great past.

The original name of this place has been lost, but this beautiful land is known as the land of the rainbow, because you can see it almost frequently by these Andean areas.