Sacred Valley Private Tour, Full Day Tour

Price from: $ 45.00 USD

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the excursions that became famous for its traditional Pisac market and the ruins we find throughout the valley. The experience is one of the best for Machu Picchu.

Sacred Valley Private Tour – Full Day

Cusco Sacred Valley Tour – On our full-day tour of the Sacred Valley, you will discover picturesque scenery and remarkable archaeological sites. Our team will be happy to help you explore the Sacred Valley on private service. There are two ways to visit the Pisac ruins by car or hiking; you will enjoy beautiful scenery, almost abandoned ruins through hiking. Ollantaytambo is the gateway to Machupicchu and the cultural center of the region. Explore a beautiful Adobe church, and a colorful market will tell you that you are near the Chinchero ruins. Chinchero’s fertile grow potatoes.” Many other Inca traditions continue to exist in music and local food. The Sacred Valley includes several traditional towns in Cusco, emphasizing Pisac; look for the giant delicious corn in the world in Lamay, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, and Chinchero.“

Overview

Sacred Valley Private Tour, Overview

Is this trip right for me? AT A GLANCE:

  • Type of service: Private service to have a better holiday experience.
  • Meeting point: Cusco Hotel, Ollantaytambo, Urubamba, or Cuzco airport, just let us know!
  • Pick-up Schedule: 7:30
  • Tour duration: Full day, takes 9-10 hours. We start the sacred valley ruins from Cusco from 7:30 to 18:00
  • End of the Tour: We drop you off at your hotel or others.

WHERE WE GO ONE, WE GO ALL: Activities to visit.

  1. Taray lookout “great view of the Sacred Valley and mountains.”
  2. Inca Pisac Park “Incan site”
  3. The Colonial Pisac “The Indian market, full souvenirs.”
  4. Ollantaytambo “Incan site with many temples and altars.”
  5. Chinchero Inca ruins “the hacienda of the ninth Inca ruler.”

Note the best way to come and go to Machu Picchu if you have limited time.

Highlights

Why you will love this Sacred Valley Tour.

  • Discover the Sacred Inca Valley from Cusco on a private trip just for your group.
  • Enjoy a privileged view from the temple of the sun in Ollantaytambo.
  • You have to try famous Peru food too. Take a Ceviche dish with a Pisco sour cocktail; It’s a feeling of a taste that you don’t forget the city of Urubamba, Peru.

THE Private Best Sacred Valley Tour OPTIONS:

  1. Classic Sacred Valley VIP tour (Pisac, Chinchero & Ollanta).
  2. Sacred Valley Tours from Urubamba (Moray, Maras, Salineras).
  3. Sacred Valley Tour from Ollantaytambo (Ñaupa Iglesia, Ullantay Tampu & Pumamarca).
  4. Super Sacred Valley Pisac (Pisaq, Moray & Ollantaytambo).

Note: We can start the excursion from anywhere.

Itinerary

Sacred Valley Private Tour Itinerary

Visit tourist attractions:

  1. The Taray viewpoint “beautiful panoramic views of a part of the Valley and the Andes with its snowfall.”
  2. Inca Pisac: Inca ruins built along an entire mountain.
  3. Colonial Pisac: the beautiful city of European colonial construction from Spain “the traditional market opens every day; it is colorful to walk around and take many photos.”
  4. Ollantaytambo: an archeological site dedicated to the temples of the moon, sun, water, and mountains.
  5. Chinchero: Royal Palace of the ninth Inca ruler.
  6. A mixture of Inca and colonial construction, the sunsets are beautiful and vibrant.
Kondor Path Tours Company Information
  • Our tourist services are in English, and all our tour guides have official cards to drive organized groups.
    • It is essential to know that drivers and park rangers only speak Spanish.
    • Our vehicles have a national insurance policy stipulated by Peruvian laws.
  • We recommend leaving at 7:30 a.m. of Cusco to avoid crowds.
  • Between the mountain of Pisac, we have Inca trails, and we will have the option of going to the center [optional].
  • The whole group will have a free time of 30 minutes around the colonial city of Pisac to explore it.
  • We recommended lunch in Urubamba.
    • There is no bus stop in Urubamba; buses stop near the restaurant.
  • The ruins of Ollantaytambo have a unique architecture located within three valleys.
  • Please read our reviews on Tripadvisor; we are a legal company.
  • If you are going to spend the night in Ollantaytambo, there are several hotels.
  • The hygienic services within the archaeological sites are free

Useful Information

  • Location: Calca and Urubamba Provinces, Cuzco Region, Peru.
  • Maximum altitude: 11,259 feet (3,432 meters).
  • Minimum altitude: 12,381 ft. (3,774 m).

Inclusions

Sacred Valley Day Tour Includes

Inclusion

  • Excellent English-speaking tour guide.
  • Active itinerary.
  • Private tourist transport.
  • Personalized service.
  • All Local taxes.

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

Does not include in the Sacred Valley Tour

  • Hotel or Airbnb.
  • Entrance fees to the sites 2021: BTG Cusco Tourist Ticket S/ 130. or the US $ 45.
    • A partial ticket is valid for a day that costs S / 70 or US $ 45.
  • The entrance fee for a buffet lunch is $ 14 per person (contact us).
  • Items of a personal nature.
  • Tipping.

Items to Bring to this Peru Sacred Valley Tour

  1. Tennis Shoes.
  2. Rain poncho (Rain Season) “December to March.”
  3. Windbreaker.
  4. T-shirts / Sunhat.
  5. Sun protection cream (SPF 45 or higher recommended).
  6. Water (Drinking 2 liters of water helps hydrate and prevent altitude sickness).
  7. Profesional Camera, Smrtphone or gopro
  8. Cash in local currency to purchase additional souvenirs.

Travel Facts

Machu Picchu is the main reason why thousands of tourists worldwide visit Cusco in Peru. The other is, without a doubt, the Sacred Valley of the Incas. This immense fertile territory surrounded by rivers and beautiful landscapes was of great importance during the time of the Incas. Today, it offers various tourist attractions such as archaeological centers, cultural manifestations, and adventure sports. In addition to an excellent quality of hotels and services of all kinds. Here are some tips to make the most of your trip to the Sacred Valley.

Choose a good time to visit the Sacred Valley.

The Sacred Valley is open to the public all year round. However, there are certain times when the weather is favorable to enjoy this incredible place to the fullest. The seasons in Cusco are well-differentiated: the rainy season (from October to March) denotes characterized by sudden rainfall. The dry season (from March to October) is sunny during the day and cold at night. A good tip is to travel in the months of April-May and September-October.

Spend at least one night in the Sacred Valley

Every day more and more tourists visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The visitors have caused an increase in the number of hotels in this part of Cusco. There are luxury hotels built on old farms and cornfields, both hotels constructed in harmony with the scenic nature. We also found the terrifying hotel in the world, perched on a cliff 400 meters above the Urubamba River. There is also a variety of accommodations for all tastes and prices.

Enjoy the scenery to the fullest.

The Sacred Valley was one of the most important agricultural centers of the Inca Empire. Today, this territory is still fertile and surrounded by fantastic landscapes. The usual tours go through each valley point quickly, leaving the visitor wanting to know much more. It is an excellent tip to take the time to enjoy the mountains, rivers, and landscapes. It is also a fantastic place for meditation.

Dare to do adventure sports

Mountains, rivers, and fields surround the Sacred Valley. This geography offers the right environment to practice adventure sports.

  • Mountain biking – The cycling routes go through diverse landscapes such as Pisac, Ollantaytambo, and Urubamba.
  • Rafting – The Vilcanota River is the stage for this adventure. They carry out in the most challenging levels during the rainy season (from October to March). In the dry season (March to October), beginner levels.
  • Horseback riding – For horse lovers, horseback riding in the Sacred Valley is the best experience.
  • Zip Line – If you want to add a little speed to your trip, dare to descend a metal rope from the top of a mountain.
  • ATV – The most beautiful landscapes of the Sacred Valley are traveled by ATV. You will glimpse the fields of Chinchero, and the Inca remains of Maras and Moray.
  • Rock climbing – There are rocks for beginners and experts.

Enjoy Peruvian gastronomy

Peruvian gastronomy is considered one of the best in the world. As one of the best agricultural territories of the country, the Sacred Valley has succulent dishes for all tastes. The white corn grown in this country is considered the most extensive and most delicious in Peru. Do not be afraid to try new flavors. Peruvian food is healthy and delicious.

Get to know the traditions of the place.

The Sacred Valley has many of its ancestral traditions. Even today, you can still see locals wearing their typical costumes in their daily lives. In the patron saint festivities, who can appreciate the people’s dances, customs, and culture, the tradition is especially true in the district of Chinchero. The people of that part still jealously guard the ancestral traditions, such as the Sunday market where you can still barter or exchange.

Visit archaeological sites

The Sacred Valley of the Incas has several Inca archaeological sites. One of the most visited places is the circular terraces of Moray and the salt mines of Maras. The Archaeological Park of Ollantaytambo, the Archaeological Remains of Pisac, the Archaeological Center of Chinchero, and more. All of them keep to this day the traces of the Inca culture. There are also colonial buildings such as the Colonial Church of Chinchero and the Temple of San Pedro Apostle of Urubamba.

Read all frequently asked questions.

Where is the Sacred Valley of the Incas?

The Sacred Valley of the Incas does locate 15 km northeast of the city of Cusco. A drive to one of the nearest villages will take you about 40 minutes. From there you can move to the other villages in the valley.

What is the climate like in the Sacred Valley?

Most of the villages that make up the Sacred Valley of the Incas have a pleasant climate. The temperature varies from 4ºC to 23ºC. From April to October is the dry season. From November to March, the rainy season. Always be prepared. Make sure you have waterproof clothing, including a waterproof jacket, pants, and gloves.

What is the altitude in the Sacred Valley?

According to our image, we have the following altitudes in the Sacred Valley One Day Tour:

How can I avoid altitude sickness in the Sacred Valley?

As soon as people book their trip to Peru, specifically Cusco, they start to wonder about altitude sickness. Most of the time, these symptoms will be mild. We always recommend accelerating the activity slowly, allowing your body to adapt. Drink plenty of fluids such as water or coca tea. Coca tea has been used since ancient times to help prevent altitude sickness. Avoid drinking too much alcohol and coffee. They will make you urinate more often, and you will become dehydrated. Avoid smoking. Smoking makes it harder for your body to get oxygen. Avoid sleeping pills. They can cause shallow breathing at night, making it difficult for your body to absorb oxygen while you sleep.

Can I stay in Ollantaytambo at the end of the Sacred Valley tour?

I have purchased train tickets, / I have accommodation in Ollantaytambo; of course, if your train leaves from Ollantaytambo, you can visit the ruins (the tour ends at approximately 15:30) and then have time to get to the train departure. Remember to buy a timetable after 16.00 hrs.

What is the best season to visit the Sacred Valley?

The best time to visit the Sacred Valley is during the Dry Season, between April – October, because in the rainy season, this wonder does not appreciate in all its splendor. After all, it does cover with clouds, besides being a changeable climate.

Is it possible to visit the Sacred Valley with children?

Yes, they were previously having attended taking the recommendations of our travel agents. Children have a discount on some of the tickets.

How to book?

Contact us through different means (info@kondorpathtours.com). The price is also indicated in the section “COST” and set the date of the activity.

How to dress to travel to the Sacred Valley with Machu Picchu?

You have to dress like this:

  • Cap – the hat.
  • Sunglasses – sunglasses.
  • Sunblock – sun cream.
  • Lipstick – lipstick.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Polo shirt, preferably long sleeve.
  • Sweater – sweater.
  • Jacket – jacket – jacket (waterproof).
  • Light pants with long sleeves.
  • Sneakers – tennis shoes (sport or trekking, for your comfort and safety).
  • A small backpack – backpack – bag.
  • Rain poncho.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at info@kondorpathtours.com:

Prices

Full-day Private Sacred Valley Tour Cost

*We do not add other people to your group.

PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2021 – 2022 | We run this tour only as a Private Service

  • Solo travel $181. “prices reduce if there are more people in your group.”
  • Two clients $117.
  • Three people $82.
  • Four tourists $64.
  • Five visitors $58.
  • Six travelers $51.
  • Seven explorers + $45.

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