From 8.30 to 7.00pm
We pick you up from the hotel
We visit four Archeological places out of the city

Located in the present-day Peruvian region of Cusco. In colonial documents it is referred to as the “Valley of Yucay.” The valley was formed by the Urubamba river, also known as Vilcanota River or Willkamayu. The latter, in Quechua that means the sacred river. It is fed by numerous rivers which descend through adjoining valleys and gorges, and contains numerous archaeological remains and villages. The valley was appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the empire’s main points for the extraction of natural wealth, and one of the most important areas for corn production in Peru northwards from Pisac.


Is a peruvian village in the Sacred Valley It is situated at the Vilcanota River. The village is well known for its market every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday.

One of its more notable features was a large Pisonay tree, (it was destroyed by a thunderstorm in 2013) The area is perhaps best known for the ruins, known as Inca Písac, which lie on a top of a hill at the entrance to the valley. The ruins are separated along the ridge into four groups: P’isaqa Qalla Q’asa, Inti watana and Kinchiraqay. Inti Watana group includes the Temple of the Sun, baths, altars, water fountains, a ceremonial Sun Inti

The Inca constructed agricultural terraces on the steep hillside, which are still in use today. They created the terraces by hauling richer topsoil by hand from the lower lands. The terraces enabled the production of surplus food, more than would normally be possible at altitudes as high as 11,000 feet.


Small town near Urubamba River, they produce different kind of corn that is exported to other countries.
Urubamba is the right place for Lunch, Country Restaurants and Buffet Restaurant are available for you.


Is a town and an Inca archaeological site in southern Peru 60 kilometers northwest of the city of Cusco It is located at an altitude of 2,792 meters (9,160 feet) above sea level in the district of Ollantaytambo, province of Urubamba. During the Inca Empire Ollantaytambo was the royal estate of Emperor Pachacutec who conquered the region, built the town and a ceremonial center. Nowadays it is an important tourist attraction of the Inca buildings and as one of the most common starting points of the Inca Trail.


Chincheros is a town in southern Peru capital of the province with the same name in the region of Apurimac. Chincheros is situated in the North West Province of Abancay in Apurimac. It is known for its variable and moderate climates, the natural of their mountains, beautiful forest, natural landscaping, rivers, and valleys and a diversities of climates.

The people in the province are mainly indigenous Citizen of the Chankas Culture descent, with Quechua. Women still wearing tipycal dressses and they knit their own blankets. They stain wool of the alpaca with natural colors, using the wild plants, roots, leaves and flowers.


  • Touristic bus transportation
  • Tourist guide
  • Buffet lunch in Urubamba town

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