The Tour departs daily, preferably for excursion Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
The Tour begins at 8:30 in the morning to get to the first point is:
Pisaq market and archeological remains of Pisac. – Typical Andean village 32 km. southeast of Cusco, whose main place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays the craft fair, here we recommend our passengers to purchase products such as ceramics, silverware and jewelry, the reason is that there are producers all this handicraft . After visiting the market we will continue to visit the archaeological site of Pisac, this is at the top of the mountain of the same name, here you will see the biggest Inca cemetery and agricultural terraces ever known in the Inca empire
A 78 km northeast of Cusco, is located in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, was one of the major agricultural centers of the Inca empire. Here we enjoy a delicious typical buffet lunch.
A 90 km northeast of Cusco, this archaeological site is another monumental work of Inca architecture influenced by culture Tiahuanaku (Bolivia). It was built on two mountains in a very strategic place overlooking the entire valley. At the top of the complex impresses a temple dedicated to the god Viracocha, characterized by seven huge monoliths in red perfidious and recorded with mysterious reasons (two pumas). These blocks are joined with incredible precision.
This village is visited back to the city of Cusco, the main square is characterized for an Inca wall with ten trapezoidal niches and be surrounded by colonial arches. In the same way we will visit traditional weaving centers where you will learn the ancient technique of dyeing with natural dyes.
Finished this recorido will be arriving to the city of Cusco at approximately 7:00 p.m.
- Transfer to Bus Station
- Professional Tour Guide
- Entrance tickets
- Lunch Buffet
- Tourist Bus