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Private Tour Sacred Valley of the Incas – Full Day

Private Tour Sacred Valley of the Incas – Full Day

Resumen del viaje

Tipo de tour:
Full day tour.
Start / End Time:
Pick-up takes place at 09AM from your hotel lobby and you should return around 5PM.
Please remember comfortable shoes, walk a lot.
Archaeological site of Pisaq, fortress of Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.


A trip with good service and natural beauty, This is the private tour Sacred Valley of the Incas. Tour the valley of the Incas with your family or friends, with a responsible and above all safe service.

The sacred valley offers beautiful views, an exuberant climate and above all very colorful customs. You can visit archaeological sites such as Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Moray and Chinchero. All these places show the design, the Inca engineering and above all the respect of the Incas towards nature. The sacred valley is also known for being a sacred and mystical land, a place where you can do mystical tourism of spiritual healing, with retreats ayahuasca, san pedro and the beautiful ceremony to the Pachamama “mother earth”.

private tour sacred valley is highly recommended for people who travel with their family or friends, you can enjoy the trip more with people you know and can spend beautiful moments taking pictures and without demanding itineraries.

The Sacred Valley route is one of the most popular in the region. The Sacred Valley of the Incas was a crucial area for the Inca Empire and functioned as an agricultural, spiritual and political center for them. Along its extension, many Inca and pre-Inca sites can be found and the Sacred Valley tour visits the 3 main sites, Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.

The sacred valley tour is highly recommended to help in the acclimatization of foreign visitors before starting long tours the lares trek, inca trail or the well known rainbow mountain.


The small rustic town of Chinchero is located on the main road between Cusco and Urubamba. It is 3762 m above sea level, so it is higher than Cusco. It is dominated by the Vilcabamba mountain range and the snowy peak in Salcantay. This small city is missed by many, but it has some interesting places for visitors to see. There is a large sample of Inca architectures and megalithic carved rocks. Chinchero lives up to the famous Peruvian fabric and also has a colorful market. It is much smaller than the Pisac we offer two beautiful crafts. A beautiful adobe church sits in the square, which can be visited daily. Chinchero is also believed to be the birthplace of the rainbow.


The town of Pisac (Pisaq in the native Quechua language) lies 32 km, approx. 30 minutes from Cusco, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas right along the Río Vilcanota also known as the Urubamba River. The town itself hosts a famous market frequented by most visitors to the Sacred Valley on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday mornings, selling hand-painted ceramics and other handicrafts, as well as fruit and vegetables on Sundays. The other main attraction in Pisac is the stunning Pisac Archaeological Site which, perched atop a peak overlooking the town of Pisac stretch for 7km making for a nice morning of sightseeing with stunning views of the surrounding Andes Mountains.

Maras salt mines.

Maras Salt Mines is located along the slopes of the Qaqawiñay Mountain, at an altitude of 3,380 m in the Urubamba Valley, 46 km from Cusco, Peru. This salt mine is a complex network of approximately 3,000 salt mines, shallow pools that are filled with an underground hyper-saline source. It is believed that these salt mines were developed in the pre-Inca era (before 1430 AD) and today local families harvest them by hand during the dry season from May to November. The natural pink salt gets its beautiful shade from trace elements in the spring water, such as calcium, magnesium, silicon and potassium.

Tour Plan


Part: 1

We will pick you up from your hotel in Cusco at 08:15 AM. From here, we will take our private transport to all our destinations for the day.

On our way to Pisac, about 30 minutes from Cusco, we will make our first stop at to “El Mirador Del Valle Sagrado”. This lookout of the valley will give you a perfect opportunity to photograph the Andes mountain range and the Sacred Valley all together. We will arrive to Pisac and visit its main market and archaeological site. Once finished, we will go to Urubamba and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch


Part: 2

Then we will visit the Ollantaytambo town an it’s amazing and extensive archaeological site with its royal baths, high terraces, temples, etc. surrounded towering mountain peaks and colorful valleys. This town is the most well-preserved layout of a typical, Incan-built city with its narrow, cobbled streets and stone walls.

After Ollantaytambo, we make our way through the Sacred Valley of the Incas and we will visit Chinchero, a small village located high up in the windswept plains, offers spectacular views over the Sacred Valley and the snowcapped peaks of the Andes. Renowned for its beautiful traditional weavings, this town is the perfect place to pick up souvenirs and gifts. Here we immerse ourselves in the local community meeting village olders and the friendly local habitants. Finally, we will return to Cusco and arrive at around 18:30 PM.


Estas sesiones solo como un servicio privado

Salida diaria con al menos 2 personas.
Numero de pax Precio por persona
02 personas $ 110.00
03 personas $ 95.00
04 personas $ 80.00
06 personas $ 60.00
08 personas $ 55.00


Guía profesional y experimentado con licencia en turismo (inglés o español).
Transporte privado.
Almuerzo buffet en Urubamba.

No incluido:

Boletos de entrada a todos los sitios (BTG) (ver abajo).
Propinas y dinero extra.

Lista de empaque


Usar sombreros.
Gafas de sol y protector solar en caso de condiciones solares.
Use una chaqueta impermeable (para la última parte de la ruta) y un poncho de lluvia en caso de pronóstico.
Trae bocadillos y agua por la tarde. Trae dinero extra.
Trae una cámara para fotografías.


Rating 0
  • Ronda Haralson (EE. UU)

    Not just a guide, they are family.
    This past month I had the pleasure to go to Peru with a group of 12 friends to experience the beauty of Perus Sacred Valley. This was more than a tour, it was a journey of self-discovery that would not have been the same experience without the guidance of Puma and his incredible team Eddy, Edgar, Sergio, Rebi, Jemmi, willi, Reuben, marina, jose Luis, and the cooking team. Not only did they take us to some of the most breath taking and magical places, they took immaculate care, support, protection, and thoughtfulness into every step of the trip. I have immense love, and respect for the team at pumadventures for making this girl feel like a princess every step of the way. Thank you!

    26 August, 2019 at 12:25 am

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