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  • From Cusco: Full-Day Tour to Apu Taqllo Mountain with Lunch

    1. From Cusco: Full-Day Tour to Apu Taqllo Mountain with Lunch

    Join an expert guide to be led through the highlands in the southeast Andes. Hike and see the unique colored lines of the Apu Taqllo mountain. Pass by the beautiful lagoons of Langui and Pomacanchi. Start your day with an early-morning pickup. Take a 3-hour scenic road trip until Sicuani. Continue the ride, passing through the gorgeous Pomacanchi and Langui lagoons, to get to the small town of Layo. Begin a 2-hour hike up to reach an altitude of 4790 meters. Follow your guide on the trail, learning about the lands and the unique history and folklore of its inhabitants. Finally, reach Pallay Punchu del Apu T’akllo, as the locals call it. Be rewarded with colored mountains with sharp points. These geological formations resemble an Andean poncho with hues such as red, brown, and magenta Take time to enjoy the view of the mountain. Click photos of the incredible landscape. Enjoy a view o...

  • Cusco: Full-Day Tour of Machu Picchu

    2. Cusco: Full-Day Tour of Machu Picchu

    Discover one of the New Seven Wonders of the World with a magnificent guided expedition to the forgotten Inca city of Machu Picchu. Catch an early train to Aguas Calientes before venturing onward to the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu. This icon of Inca civilization went unnoticed by the 16th-century Spanish conquistadors and consequently remains significant as Peru's best-preserved site of Inca heritage. Take the opportunity to discover landmark attractions such as the Temple of the Sun and the terraced fields of the agricultural sector. Take the famous picture from the observatory with the lost citadel behind. At the end of the tour the bus will take you back to Aguas Calientes where you can explore the city before boarding your train back to Ollantaytambo. A complimentary transfer will take you back to Cusco in the evening.

    Definitely book this package as there are so many steps of getting to Machu Picchu. So easy to just book the full day tour and have the ticketing, guiding in someone else’s hands

  • Cusco: Pisac, Maras, Moray, Ollantaytambo Small Group Tour

    3. Cusco: Pisac, Maras, Moray, Ollantaytambo Small Group Tour

    Get to know the most interesting and must-visit spots in the Sacred Valley on this small-group day tour. This carefully planned itinerary works to avoid the masses of tourists and allows you plenty of time at each site. You'll learn about the archeological hot spots of Cusco and Perú from guides who are passionate and knowledgeable about the country's history. Discover the ruins of Pisac, the salt mines of Maras with their amazing views (which make for incredible pictures), the Moray Terraces, and Ollantaytambo. Enjoy the chance to see all the top sites including Pisac even if you choose the option for drop-off in Ollantaytambo to catch your train or stay for the night. Itinerary: 7:30 AM: Pickup from your hotel 9:00 AM: Visit of Chinchero 11:00 AM: Visit of the Moray 12:00 PM: Visit of Maras Salt Mines 1:30 PM: Lunch in Urubamba 2:40 PM: Visit of Ollantaytambo 4:00 PM: Drop-off at th...

    We had a fantastic day on our tour. The tour guide Luis was fantastic. He was very knowledgeable and also very friendly. The lunch buffet was delicious too. We couldn't ask for a better day.

  • Machu Picchu: 2-Hour Small Group Guided Tour

    4. Machu Picchu: 2-Hour Small Group Guided Tour

    Book an expert guide and explore the "Lost City of the Incas" on a small-group tour with a maximum of 10 people. Set off on a 2-hour guided tour of Machu Picchu and be amazed by the fascinating history of this ancient place. Wake early to catch the first shuttle to Machu Picchu and experience the first rays of the sun as they sweep through the "Lost City of the Incas." Follow your guide to a perfect lookout location for the best views of the ruins and panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains. Get lost in the maze-like stone constructions, or follow in the footsteps of the ancients on a climb up the magical peak of Huayna Picchu. Benefit from personalized attention and assistance to find your way around the legendary site before returning to Aguas Calientes at the end of the day.

    Diana was an extraordinary guide. Friendly and explained everything with great quality

  • Cusco: Half-Day City and Archaeological Sites Guided Tour

    5. Cusco: Half-Day City and Archaeological Sites Guided Tour

    Immerse yourself in ancient Inca culture on this guided tour of Cusco and its surrounding archeological sites. Starting at the impressive Colonial Cathedral, admire over 400 paintings from the Cusqueña old School. Next, head to Qoricancha, the main temple of the Incas, where you can gain an understanding of Inca culture and see how it has fused with Christian culture in Peru. After your tour of the city, head to the Sacsayhuaman archaeological site where you will be amazed by the rocks used for construction, some of which weigh more than 30 tons. Continue your tour with a visit to the underground temple of Qenqo, where you can stroll through a labyrinth of impressive rock carvings and tunnels carved into solid rock. Finally, head to the Tambomachay water temple. Here, admire the architecture of this divine temple dedicated to water, fertility and eternal youth before beginning the jour...

  • From Cusco: Sacred Valley Tour with Buffet Lunch

    6. From Cusco: Sacred Valley Tour with Buffet Lunch

    Relax after pickup on a 1-hour trip to the city of Pisac in the Sacred Valley, making some stops along the way at scenic viewpoints. Take a break in a busy, local market, selling handmade crafts and clothes. Enjoy a freshly cooked lunch and explore nearby archeological sites.  Wander the colonial town of Pisac town and purchase unique, handmade souvenirs and gifts. After visiting the market the bus will bring you to the hills above the town of Pisac to visit the famous archaeological sites. Journey through the Sacred Valley and stop for a buffet lunch in the town of Urubamba Continue along the valley to Ollantaytambo, founded by the Inca Ollantay on the banks of the Urubamba River. Visit the Sun Temple, constructed of large blocks that have remained intact for centuries. Heading on from Ollantaytambo the bus will return via Urubamba and then head up and out of the valley to the highla...

  • From Cusco: Machu Picchu 4-Day 1-Night Trip

    7. From Cusco: Machu Picchu 4-Day 1-Night Trip

    Day 1 Be picked up at your accommodation between 1:15 PM - 1:25 PM and take a tour through the city. Visit the cathedral of Cusco, Qorikancha, Saqsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pucapucara, and Tambomachay. The tour will end around 7:00 PM in the main square. Walk to your accommodation from the main square. Day 2 Be picked up at your accommodation between 8:15 AM - 8:35 AM and head to the Sacred Valley. Spend the day exploring the valley and visit Pisaq, Ollantaytambo, and Chincheros. Return to Cusco at around 7:30 PM. Day 3 Be picked up at your accommodation between 6:45 AM - 7:10 AM and travel to Hydroelectric. Arrive at Hydroelectric at around 2:00 PM. Relax with a short break for lunch. After lunch, enjoy a 3-hour walk to the hot waters, where your accommodation is. Listen to a short briefing about the itinerary for the next day. Afterward, you can have dinner and relax ...

  • Cusco: Historical Walking Tour and Market Visit

    8. Cusco: Historical Walking Tour and Market Visit

    Explore the historical sights of Cusco with a guide born in the city and get an insight into what it is like to live there. Hear tales and historical facts about local highlights and marvel at colonial buildings and unique Inca monuments from pre-Hispanic days. Take in some impressive panoramic views of the city before making your way to San Pedro Market. Learn all about the regional produce on sale as you soak up the atmosphere. Continue to the Inca temple of Coricancha, dedicated to the sun god Inti and mostly destroyed after the 16th century to build the neighboring Convent of Santo Domingo . Visit the convent before taking a stroll from the artisan neighborhood of San Blas to the beautifully preserved street of Hatun Rumiyoc that originally led to the Antisuyu quarter of the Inca Empire. Continue to Plaza de Armas to visit the cathedral and marvel at masterpieces of colonial archit...

  • Cusco: Private 3-Hour Sightseeing Walking Tour

    9. Cusco: Private 3-Hour Sightseeing Walking Tour

    Take a walking tour of Cuzco, the imposing Imperial City and an example of the harmonious coexistence between the Andean and Spanish cultures. The tour begins with a visit to the Plaza de Armas, where you will discover the Cathedral of Cuzco, the most important temple in the city. After spending some time exploring, continue on foot until reaching the Koricancha Temple, an ancient Inca palace and cult center of the Sun God. Here, the order of the Dominicans built a church, which remains standing to this day. Enjoy plenty of time to snap some great photos. Finally, finish the tour with a visit to the Bohemian neighborhood of San Blas, also known as "the artists' district," home to many well-known folk artisans and crisscrossed with narrow and winding streets filled with popular art and knick-knacks shops.

  • Cusco: Chinchero, Moray, and Salt Mines Tour

    10. Cusco: Chinchero, Moray, and Salt Mines Tour

    Your tour will start with your group pick-up. From there you will drive for about an hour to Chinchero, making a short stop in this town to visit one of the last traditional families. You will also learn about ancient textiles and the weaving process. After driving 30 minutes more, you will arrive to Moray, the ancient Inka agriculture laboratory located in a rare topographical depression in which the Inkas developed into unique circular terraces. You will learn how this entire area was also watered by a well-engineered irrigation system. After enjoying Moray, you will continue for another hour to the Salineras Salt Mines of Maray, your last destination on your tour. The salt mine is actually a vast collection of terraces born from a water stream high on a mountain. Over many centuries this salt spring has been channeled to 1,000 small pools. People wait for the sunny days to evaporat...

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What people are saying about Cusco

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Excellent intro to Cusco

We did this our first night in Cusco and our guide was Jose. He was amazing! He took us to the Pisco Museum where we got to go behind the bar and made our own Pisco Sours. Jose is so knowledgable about Cusco and the history of the Inka civilization. He was so gracious and he offered us advice on the rest of our trip including our trek to Machu Picchu. If you go to Cusco you should definitely take a tour with Jose you will learn and see a lot of this amazing city. We would definitely go back and do another excursion with Jose and this company.

A really fun and educational two hours spent with an excellent tutor. We were given an informative briefing on the Cocoa plant and the process to get to a fermented and roasted bean. We then made chocolate drinks and finally some chocolates to take home (1hr later once chilled). Really fun, interesting and very very tasty way to spend two hours, highly recommended.

Jose Luis was an amazing guide. He was very knowledgeable and very helpful. He was a pleasure to talk to about everything including politics in Peru. The pisco tasting was so much fun. And to get to make my own pisco sour drink made me appreciate the hard work of the bartenders.

Must do in Cuzco!

This was absolutely amazing - so much fun and the chocolate was delicious.

Great guide, nice trip and lesson how to make pisco sour