Pisac
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Our most recommended Pisac Private Experiences

  • From Cusco: Indigenous Potato Farm Cultural Experience

    1. From Cusco: Indigenous Potato Farm Cultural Experience

    After pickup from your hotel in central Cusco, head straight into the wondrous landscapes and views of the Sacred Valley. After pausing for the vistas in the town of Pisaq, you’ll continue to the sustainable farm and village. Once you arrive, you’ll be greeted warmly by the villagers, who will give you a tour of the communal farm that they tend. Next on the agenda is a visit to the Kinsaqocha lagoon, where you’ll have an unmatched panorama of the Andes and the valleys below. Marvel at the tranquil vastness beneath you as you search the trees for local birds and wildlife. Afterwards, you’ll participate in a workshop about local medicinal plants and artisanal crafts unique to the region.  To cap things off, you’ll enjoy a hearty local meal, including stews made with the diverse selection of local potatoes. Afterwards, you’ll head back to your hotel in Cusco.

  • From Cusco: Pisac Private Half-Day Bike Tour

    2. From Cusco: Pisac Private Half-Day Bike Tour

    Leisurely bike through Pisac, one of the most attractive towns of the impressive Sacred Valley. Stop at various points of interest and enjoy the stunning scenery at the viewpoint of Taray. Your tour begins with a pickup from your hotel in Cusco. Drive to the Sacred Valley. Once arriving, you will be handed your safety equipment and provided a briefing. Start your bike journey in Corao and reach the viewpoint of Taray. Appreciate the vastness of the valley and its gorgeous landscape. Continue on to Pisac, known for its local market, textile works, crafts, and archaeological site where temples, a residential settlement, and more are located. After spending time in Pisac, a vehicle will be waiting near the bridge of Pisac to load the equipment and transport you back to your hotel in Cusco.

  • Private Full-Day Sacred Valley Tour

    3. Private Full-Day Sacred Valley Tour

    Take in the views from the famous point, El Mirador, before seeing Sacred Valley and gaining insight into the local Inca history. There is an unusual abundance of fertile plains in this high area of the Andes, witness vast contour terracing and irrigation channels left behind by the Incas. See amazing works of stone art and impressive agricultural terrace. After lunch, visit Incan ruins in Ollantaytambo. Find rock formations representing the Inca god, Wiracocha. Continue to Chinchero to see how natural dyes are made for artisanal textiles and how the local inhabitants live in dwellings and conditions nearly the same as their ancestors. They dress in multicolored clothing, speak only Quechua and maintain age-old customs.

  • Cusco: Pisac Local Market and Ollantaytambo Private Tour

    4. Cusco: Pisac Local Market and Ollantaytambo Private Tour

    The village of Pisac is in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Discover its market where the locals sell their manufactured products. Beautiful alpaca textiles, musical instruments, paintings, carvings, necklaces, and replicas of old Inca pieces stand out. Then explore the archaeological site on the highest hill in the city of Pisac. Learn all about the history of the largest complex of terraces in the area. Marvel at this masterpiece of the Inca Empire. After lunch, visit Ollantaytambo, a typical example of the urban planning of the Incas. Visit the town and the local archaeological site. Finally, return to Cusco at the end of the tour.

  • Cusco: Sacred Valley Inca Cities Private Tour

    5. Cusco: Sacred Valley Inca Cities Private Tour

    The day begins with pickup from your hotel in Cusco and heads to Pisac, situated on the Vilcanota River. Take a stroll through Pisac’s bustling market, mingle with the locals, and shop for colorful souvenirs. Continue the tour to Ollantaytambo next and climb the steps to the find fascinating Inca ruins. Ollantaytambo is best known for its huge Inca fortress and large stone terraces set into the hillside. The final stop of the tour is Chinchero, located at over 12,000 ft. Visit the Palace of Tupac Yupanqui and admire a panoramic sunset across the ruins. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back and relax on the return journey to your accommodation in Cusco.

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