The tourist circuit of the Super Sacred Valley Full-Day Tour in the region of Cusco – Peru, is the perfect choice to enjoy exploring various Inca sites and unique scenic views of the Andes. Travel over Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Moray, Salinas, & Chinchero.
Super Sacred Valley Full-Day Tour is the perfect combination to explore the most outstanding Inca archaeological sites and enjoy impressive views of the Andes. Sacred Valley Extended Tour to visit Pisac Inca, Ollantaytambo, Moray, Salineras, and Chinchero. All the time, the beautiful valley of the Incas accompanies us like the gigantic mountains with their mountain ranges and their eternal snow-capped peaks.
Complete Sacred Valley tour package Full-Day is for a lightning trip in your visit to the Cusco region in the direction of Machu Picchu. IMPORTANT TO MENTION – THE SUPER SACRED VALLEY TOUR FULL-DAY we can start the excursion in PISAC or CHINCHERO or vice versa. If you are thinking of connecting with Machu Picchu via the evening train or simply returning to the city of Cusco, this tourist circuit is the best to enjoy your vacation to the fullest.
AT A GLANCE: The tour may start the other way around!
Meeting point: At Hotel “06:50”, Cuzco.
Inca Ruins & Archaeological Sites to Visit:
Super Sacred Valley Full-Day Tour Highlights:
Our vehicle with the resident tour guide of Cusco will arrive at your hotel at 06:40 to start the adventure to the Super Sacred Valley full-day tour. We can start the excursion by visiting Pisac or start the trip via Chinchero. If travelers take the train service in the afternoon, we will begin exploring Pisac to finish in Ollantaytambo at a suitable time to board your train service. BUT if you are going to return to Cusco, we leave via Chinchero to return to the city of Cusco via Pisac. We adapt to the requirements of travelers to make their stay in the Cusco – Peru region more pleasant.
We bring a box lunch to save time and visit the Inca sites and viewpoints with more time.
The Sacred Valley Extended Tour ends between approximately 18:30 to 19:30
Note: The vehicles to use “see the photo in prices.”
The area around Ollantaytambo is surrounded by stunning mountain scenery and thick forest, making numerous hikes possible within a short distance from the city. What can many do on horseback or on foot?
Pinkuylluna is a two-hour round-trip hike that takes you to the little-known ruins at Pinkuylluna. They do think to be Qollqas or Incan storehouses.
One of the most popular options, this four- to six-hour round-trip hike passes through Inca ruins and the Polylepis forest at Choquechaca.
Ancascocha is a beautiful mountain lake that one can reach on an overnight trip by foot or horseback.
Yanacocha is a challenging overnight hike. Camping at the mountain lake does expect.
Ollantaytambo is a great spot for accessing some of the best rivers in the Sacred Valley for rafting. The Chuquicawana section is one of the most beautiful. The Urubamba, south of Cuzco, has river runs Class 3 and 4 from May to October, and Class 4 and 5rapids from December to April. Some rafting or kayaking experience is necessary.
For a trip that is a bit more daring, a journey down Apurimac Canyon is a must. It is one of the most profound rafting experiences on the planet, with rapids of Class 3, 4, and 5 plus incredible scenery and sights. The trip lasts three or four nights, and experience is necessary for this one. There is a minimum of three people, which you will likely have to gather on your own, as the trip does make only occasionally.
The Queuña Qocha Polylepis forest near Ollantaytambo is home to 57 endangered species of birds, including the royal includes ash-breasted tit-tyrant and the white-browed tit spine tail. It can be visited in one day, usually on tour to Willoq and Patacancha.
*We do not add other people to your group.
PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2022 | We run this tour only as a Private Service
Super Sacred Valley Full-Day Tour