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Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman

Price from: $ 45.00 USD (See: Price List)

Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman

Price from: $ 45.00 USD (See: Price List)

This exciting tour of the Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman reveals Peru’s rich megalithic heritage! Visit monumental ruins and uncover secret mysteries while exploring Peru’s past with our experienced guide.

Intriguing Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman

In the surroundings of the Sacsayhuaman temple, we have several hidden archaeological sites that preserve the essence of construction left by the Incas since time immemorial. We have the temple to the earth, the infinite, the Inca trilogy, the open theaters, the megalithic buildings, and the spiritual Inca paths with underground caves.

We invite you to explore the sacred and mysterious Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman in Cusco. Join us for a unique sightseeing experience of spiritual significance! Explore the incredible Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman constructions in a full-day excursion. Visit the most enigmatic buildings with specific details deciphered from the Incas that shaped all the stone constructions in Cusco.

If you’re looking for a unique and awe-inspiring adventure, consider exploring the megalithic structures of Sacsayhuaman in Cusco. This ancient site is full of hidden gems and fascinating history, and our expert guide can take you on a journey through it all. Get ready to be amazed by this incredible destination’s incredible architecture and rich cultural heritage.


Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman – Explore

Journey back in time and explore Peru’s ancient megalithic wonders at Sacsayhuaman! Learn about the impressive stone structures of this unbelievable site.

Departure time for the excursion: 08:00
Activity time: A whole day
Activities: Exploration with short walks of ancient Inca sites

Inca sites to explore on the Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman excursion

  1. Inkiltambo complex.
  2. Cusilluchayoc sacred temple
  3. Amaru Marca ritual moon area
  4. Qenqo Grande “spiritual location.”
  5. Qenqo Chico
  6. Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman Area:
    • Small Chinkana.
    • Big Chinkana.
    • Artificial Inca Lake.
    • Meditation round rocks
    • Inverted stone
    • Rodadero Inca.
    • Three Zigzagging Inca terraces.
    • Intra Trail round Teteqaqa Cross.
    • Inca Trail Sacsaywaman to Cusco Plaza.

Experience Peru’s prehistoric past and uncover the story behind its megalithic sites like Sacsayhuaman. Discover the captivating history of this fascinating location.

Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman Highlights

  • Tap into your inner Indiana Jones for an epic encounter with an ancient Inca civilization.
  • From Qenqo Chico to Sacsayhuaman, explore Peru’s megalithic treasures in historic Sacsayhuaman! Uncover the secrets hidden within these mysterious monuments on this unique tour.
  • Come and explore the megalithic wonders of Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman in Cusco! This post takes you through all the incredible sights you can see at this ancient site.
  • Delve deeper into the Inca Empire at Sacsayhuaman Inca sites. See the most impressive Inca ruins, charming Andean villages, and stunning Cusco countryside.


Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman Itinerary

Discover the fascinating history and ancient mysteries of Cusco’s megalithic sites in Sacsayhuaman with this revealing tour! Join us as we explore this sacred land.


We begin the tour at 8:00 a.m. The hike starts on the Inkilltambo trail to visit the sacred temple. Continue exploring the Temple of the Moon and the Monkeys, the Qenqo circular amphitheater near Sacsayhuaman. Visit Sacsayhuaman’s main temple: “the esplanade of Sacsaywaman with its three zigzagging platforms dominates all the architectural beauty.”

In this itinerary, we visit the most outstanding of the city’s surroundings. The important thing is that we will recognize every detail of the megalithic constructions.

There are several details to explore in each ancestral Inca site of Sacsayhuaman that we visit; At the end of the excursion, we have a short walk to the Plaza del Cusco through the Inca Trail of Sacsayhuaman to have the experience of entering Cusco from the vicinity of Sacsayhuaman and have spectacular panoramic views of the center of Cusco from the viewpoint of San Cristobal.


Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman Inclusion

  • Active itinerary with ancestral cultural singularities
  • Excellent English-speaking tour guide.
  • Private tourist transport.
  • A Professional Driver
  • First aid kit and a small oxygen cylinder.
  • Local taxes.

Note: The vehicles to use “see the photo in prices.”

Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman does not include

  • CUSCO TOURIST TICKET BTG. This ticket allows entrance to many sites in and around Cusco and costs 130 Peruvian Soles (approx US$45). The entrance ticket is valid for ten days to carry out the tourist circuit of Cusco, Sacred Valley, South Valley, and Moray.
    • PARTIAL TICKETS. Cost S/ 70 Peruvian Soles (approx US$25). You can buy separate tickets if you don’t have the time or inclination to visit all the attractions on the “General Ticket” listed above.
  • Lunch (box lunch).
  • Snack: Take some snacks to give you energy and continue exploring the incredible megalithic constructions around Sacsayhuaman; failing that, we will find local shops on our tour.
  • Water: Carrying two 700-milliliter bottles is recommended to have as little weight as possible and enjoy your experience in Sacsayhuaman much more. We will find several local stores to stock up on more water since drinking at least 3 liters of water a day is required.
  • Tipping at discretion

Bring for the Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman

  • Small and comfortable backpack for personal items such as an overcoat, rain gear, etc.
  • The most important thing for hiking shoes, tennis shoes, or any comfortable shoe for short walks is that the shoe has ankle support.
  • A rain poncho, just in case there may be some light rain between May and December in dry seasons, but from January to April, you must bring full rain gear for the rainy season.
  • Windbreaker
  • Sunhat
  • Sun protection cream (SPF 45 or higher recommended). The solar radiation in the Andes is intense in a few minutes; you can burn quickly and imagine in a full day; bring great sunscreen.

Travel Guide

Travel Facts for the Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman.

Immerse yourself with Kondro Path Tours in ancient history with a visit to one of Peru’s most stunning megalithic sites: Sacsayhuaman! Uncover the secrets that lie within these massive rock structures.

Sacsayhuaman is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Cusco, Peru. It is famous for its impressive Inca stonework and its historical significance as a site of military and religious importance.

You can easily reach Sacsayhuaman by taxi, bus, or on foot. The site is located just outside of the city of Cusco, and it is accessible by a number of different roads and trails.

The best time to visit Sacsayhuaman is in the morning, when the site is less crowded and the weather is cooler. It is also a good idea to visit during the week, as weekends tend to be busier.

Visitors typically spend around two to three hours exploring Sacsayhuaman. The site is quite large, and there are many different paths and ruins to explore.

It is important to wear comfortable walking shoes, as there are many uneven surfaces and steep paths at the site. It is also a good idea to bring sunscreen and a hat, as the sun can be intense in this region.

Yes, photography is allowed at Sacsayhuaman. However, visitors are not allowed to use tripods or other professional equipment without special permission.

Yes, there is an entrance fee to visit Sacsayhuaman. The fee varies depending on whether you are a Peruvian citizen or a foreign tourist.

Yes, there are many guides available to hire at Sacsayhuaman. A guide can provide you with a deeper understanding of the site’s history and significance.

There are restrooms and a small snack bar located near the entrance to Sacsayhuaman. However, it is recommended to bring your own food and water, as the options at the site are limited.

Sacsayhuaman was built by the Inca Empire in the 15th century as a military fortress and religious site. It was later occupied by the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century.

Yes, there are several hiking trails that lead to Sacsayhuaman from Cusco. However, these trails can be challenging and are recommended for experienced hikers only.

There are several hotels and guesthouses located in the surrounding area of Sacsayhuaman, ranging from budget to luxury accommodations.

While some parts of the site are accessible for people with disabilities, others are not. It is recommended to check with the site staff before visiting to ensure that the area you wish to explore is accessible.


Megalithic Sites Sacsayhuaman Full-Day Cost

PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2023 | We run this tour only as a PRIVATE SERVICE 

  • Solo travel is $219. “prices reduce if more people are in your group.”
  • 02 persons $127.
  • 03 persons $93.
  • 04 persons $73.
  • 05 persons $65.
  • 06 persons $56.
  • 07 persons $50.
  • 08 persons + $45.

Visit the ancient megalithic sites of Sacsayhuaman, shrouded in mystery! Our tour reveals all the breathtaking wonders that this site has to offer.

Kondor Path Tours operates the Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman.



Megalithic Walls Sacsayhuaman – Join us in discovering the extraordinary megalithic features of Sacsayhuaman! Get an inside look into this fascinating archeological site and learn its history.

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