Some of the problems most visitors have while in Cusco is dealing with altitude, so we recommend you stay in the sacred valley where the altitude is lower and you can acclimatize easier before you can enjoy the capital of the Incan empire, Cusco.
The most adventurous way to enjoy the sacred valley is mountain biking or hiking, this will make your trip in Peru much more memorable and fun, you will also learn a lot more about our history and culture because you can experience it hands-on due to all the places we get to visit.
Once you arrive in Cusco you can start enjoying all of the nature and the culture of the Incas Andes. Our driver and designated guide will be ready to pick you up from the airport or a specific hotel, depending where you tell us in advance so we can begin the journey toward the Sacred Valley in Ollantaytambo where you can stay in a beautiful hotel to spend the night as long as your planned package indicates so.
Day 1: Arrival in Cusco, then visit Ollantaytambo´s Fortress and the Old Town.
*Visit the Ollantaytambo Fortress and the Old Town.
Day 2: Visit Chinchero – Moray Bike Tour salineras maras – Train to Machu Picchu Pueblo
* Bike tour in the morning in Abra Malaga mountain
* Visit Pumamarka site in the afternoon (optional downhill biking)
Day 3: Visit Machupicchu
* Visit Machu Picchu all day.
* Return to Ollantaytambo or Cusco in Night
Day 4: Vist Patacancha Community
* Visit the Qechua Comunnity at 14000 Ft
Day 5: Visit Pisaq and Enjoy the Town
* Pisaq is a Peruvian village in the Sacred Valley of the Incas
Day 6: Retun to Cusco.
*Day off and time to go back to Cusco (Optional thing to do this day is Visit Tambo Machay-Puka Pukara-Qenqo – Saqsayhuaman)
The cost of the packages is S/2199(PEN) or $699(USD) per person, minimum two people to begin packages
- Professional Guide
- Mountain bike
- Beautiful Hiking
- Private transportation during the packages
- Feeding during the packages
- Bus to Machupicchu
- Entrances to Machupicchu
- Round trip Train ticket
- Extra Snacks
- Entrances to the Sacred Valley Archeology Sites
- Alcoholic Drinks
If you have any questions or doubts you can send us an Email.