Alternative Tour Ollantaytambo Full-Day

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

Alternative Tour Ollantaytambo Full-Day

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

The Ollantaytambo temple is built on a pyramidal elevation with the strategic location of the three valleys domain. In addition to these ruins, we have several sites that complement the expedition, such as Pinkuylluna hill.

Exploring Ollantaytambo Ruins

Ollantaytambo does locate between three valleys at a height as a defense. Ollantaytambo park is quite well known, but more places to explore also belong to Ollantaytambo. In this expedition, we will visit Ñaupa, a sacred place of the Incas, the terraces of Ollantaytambo, the giant stones, Puma Marca, “puma’s fortress,” and more Inca terraces to provide food to the population of Ollantaytambo. The annexes are incredibly in perfect condition today.


Exploring Ollantaytambo Ruins Overview


Meeting point to start the tour: At your Sacred Valley hotel or anywhere near Cuzco city.

Pick-up Schedule: 7:30 am

  • Activities to visit:
    1. Ñaupa Iglesia “Choquequilla sacred temple”
    2. Qellorakay ruins
    3. Ollantaytambo Inca Terraces
    4. Two large rocks.
    5. Ollantaytambo park
    6. Puma Marca Inca fortress
    7. Pata Pata Inca terraces.


  • Today we explore Ñaupa Iglesia, Ollantaytambo hidden sites, Pumamarca, and Pata Pata. Each construction is unique, and interesting how the ancient Incas built such a remarkable fortress.
  • Delve deeper into the Inca Empire at OLLANTAYTAMBO Inca sites
  • See the most impressive Inca ruins, charming Andean villages, and stunning Cusco countryside



Explore different unexplored archaeological sites not visited by traditional circuits Cusco. Visit with us the other sectors of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

We leave Cusco at 06:00 am in our tourist vehicle in the direction of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

  • First, we will visit the Ñaupa Church temple; this site has an Inca fountain built inside a cave; in Naupa Iglesia, there is a short 15-minute walk on the hillside Pomatales River.
  • Ollantaytambo: Ollantaytambo has several viewpoints on observing the megalithic architectural constructions of the Incas. Visit the same ruins in Ollantaytambo that have several temples.
  • Pumamarca site; Purmamarca was a central defense site of the Ollantaytambo valley. To end the trip, we explore the Andenes de Pata Pata.


Exploring Ollantaytambo Ruins Included

  • Active itinerary with unique cultural features.
  • Excellent English-speaking tour guide.
  • Private tourist transport.
  • A Professional Driver
  • Local taxes.

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

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 of the attractions on the “General Ticket” listed above.
  • Lunch (box lunch).
  • Snack.
  • Tips


  • Tennis Shoes
  • Rain poncho (Rainy Season December to March)
  • Windbreaker
  • Cash in local currency to purchase items.

Travel Facts

Ollantaytambo Facts

Ollantaytambo, nicknamed Ollanta by locals, looks and feels like a town that only Disney could have dreamed up, but it is accurate.

There are cobblestone streets, plenty of trees, long-forgotten ancient sites, charming boutique hotels, and stylish little cafés and restaurants. Pachacutec built the fortress and much of the city, originally called Llacta, in the 15th century.

A significant train stop site, along with Pisac and Urubamba, has become one of the leading tourist bases in the Sacred Valley. If entering Ollantaytambo from Pisac, notice the inclination of the wall on the stone road just before the town.

It was an Incan practice to build walls leaning toward the interior of buildings, but this one leans toward the street. Researchers have determined that the road must have been constructed inside several buildings.

Sightseeing Ollantaytambo

The Plaza Mayor is small and less pleasant than most other Andean plazas. It seems to have quite a bit of tourist traffic, pedestrians, and vehicles and is not entirely enclosed. The few cobblestone streets north of the Plaza are much more enjoyable.

Most narrow streets were decorated with fine adobe brick and stone walls on both sides; many were part of Canchas – completely walled city blocks (except for one entrance).

The Canchas in Ollanta are an excellent example of Incan town planning. The stone city blocks are still intact. Perhaps that is why the pueblo is the only continuously inhabited Inca village. A small produce market is typical of Andean villages that sit on one side of the main square.

It will give you a good idea of the crops grown in the region. You can also buy local dishes here, such as Anticuchos or corn on the cob. Just make sure everything does cook. It is generally OK as long as you have a strong stomach. Below the entrance to the ruins is a craft market that sells various goods.

I’ve noticed that there tends to be a greater variety of stone carvings and jewelry here if you are looking for one. They also sell carved and decorated walking sticks, which aren’t a bad idea if you climb the ruins here and later head on to Machu Picchu. It is a bit livelier on Sundays, and locals in traditional dress come from miles around. But this is still far smaller than the Pisac market.



Exploring Ollantaytambo Ruins Full-Day

PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2023 | We run this tour only as a Private Service

PRIVATE SERVICE / Private Guided Tours 🙂

  • 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.

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