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 is a full-day tour of the Sacred Valley. You will discover picturesque scenery and remarkable archaeological sites. Sacred Valley Tour 1 Day is a fabulous tour of Peru’s most gorgeous locations. It includes everything from hiking to visiting ancient ruins. Also perfect for those who plan to stay in Urubamba or Yanahuara. The Sacred Valley is one of the most beautiful places on earth. It’s also one of the least visited. Discover why!
Our team will be happy to help you explore the Sacred Valley on private service. Join us as we explore the Sacred Valley on an unforgettable adventure. We’ll visit some of the region’s best attractions, including Chinchero, Ollantaytambo, Pisac, and Urubamba. The Sacred Valley private tour includes several traditional towns in Cusco, emphasizing Pisac; look for the giant delicious corn in the world in Lamay.
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Visiting the Sacred Valley on a private tour will give you much more flexibility in scheduling your route and timetable in the Sacred Valley. Depending on your preferences, you can spend more time in the Incas areas of most significant interest or unhurried tourist sites.
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Machu Picchu is 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. 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.
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. The seasons in Cusco are well-differentiated: the rainy season (from October to March) denotes sudden rainfall. The dry season (from March to October) is sunny and cold at night. A good tip is to travel in the months of April-May and September-October.
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. Luxury hotels are built on old farms and cornfields, constructed in harmony with 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.
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 quickly through each valley, leaving the visitor 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.
Mountains, rivers, and fields surround the Sacred Valley. This geography offers the right environment to practice adventure sports.
Peruvian gastronomy is considered one of the best in the world. As one of the best agricultural territories in the country, the Sacred Valley has succulent dishes for all tastes. The white corn grown in this country is considered the most extensive and delicious in Peru. Do not be afraid to try new flavors. Peruvian food is healthy and delicious.
The Sacred Valley has many of its ancestral traditions. You can still see locals wearing their typical costumes in their daily lives. Who can appreciate the people’s dances, customs, and culture during the patron saint festivities? 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.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas has several Inca archaeological sites. Moray’s circular terraces and Maras’ salt mines are the most visited places. 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.
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 about 40 minutes. From there you can move to the other villages in the valley.
Most villages that make up the Sacred Valley of the Incas have a pleasant climate. The temperature varies from 4ºC to 23ºC. April to October is the dry season. From November to March, the rainy season. Always be prepared. Ensure you have waterproof clothing, including a jacket, pants, and gloves.
According to our image, we have the following altitudes in the Sacred Valley One-Day Tour:
As soon as people book their trip to Peru, specifically Cusco, they 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 sleeping.
I have purchased train tickets, / I have accommodation in Ollantaytambo; if your train leaves 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.
The best time to visit the Sacred Valley is during the Dry Season, between April and October, because this wonder does not appreciate its splendor during the rainy season. After all, it does cover with clouds, besides being a changeable climate.
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