Our Sacred Valley Tour Cusco brings you on a journey through the lands most venerated by the ancient Incas. Here, you’ll explore the Willkamayu River (Sacred River), known for giving a clear view of the magnificent Milky Way in its reflection. Visitors will also view the vast fields of white corn and other crops, surrounded by spectacular mountains. Along the way, participants will be acquainted with the picturesque native villages of the region, rich in history, tradition, and cultural heritage.


06:30 am to 6:30 pm

Meeting Point (Cusco Main Square)

We can arrange to pick you and your party up from your place of lodging, as long as it is located in the city center. Alternatively, you can meet your guide at the Cusco Main Square (Plaza de Armas).



This is our classic tour for exploring the Sacred Valley of the Incas.


START: 6:30 AM – END: APPROX. 6:30 PM

Duration: Approximately 10 hours


1st - Meeting point

The tour begins with pick-up or meeting at Cusco Main Square at 6:30 am.

2nd - Chincheros Archaeological Complex

Our first stop is the Chinchero Archaeological Complex, which takes about a half hour to reach. This is a special site, as it was the Inca palace of Tupac Yupanqui. We’ll also visit a textile shop to learn about dyeing and weaving techniques used by the local women.

3rd - MORAY

Next, we will visit Moray, an archaeological site famous for its circular terraces believed to have been an agricultural laboratory for the Incas. A fascinating example of Inca engineering and ingenuity, this site provides insights into their agricultural practices.


We will next head to the town of Maras to visit the famous salt mines, with more than 6000 ponds. This beautiful place is a must-visit in the Sacred Valley, as the salt from this location is considered one of the special ingredients in the preparation of various Peruvian dishes.


In the city of Urubamba, we will enjoy a buffet lunch with more than 30 options available including appetizers, main courses and desserts.

6th - Ollantaytambo, Living Inca Town

After lunch, we head to Ollantaytambo, known as the “living Inca town” due to its water channels, portals, and houses that have survived the passage of time since the Incan era. There, we will visit the Temple of the Sun boasting megalithic construction using stones weighing over 80 tons. Additionally, we’ll see qolqas, or warehouses, for various products, agricultural terraces, and many other attractions.

7th - PISAQ

For our final stop on the tour, we will visit the town of Pisaq. We’ll start with our ascent to the Incan archaeological complex to observe the remains of the Incan urban center, as well as the ancient cemeteries of Tantamarca, and the Amaru Punku (Snake Gate). Afterward, we will descend to the colonial town and visit the artisan market. 

8th - End of Tour

The tour concludes with your return to Cusco. You will be dropped off at a central location, bringing an end to this fascinating journey through the Sacred Valley of the Incas.


Bilingual Guides: Take advantage of the expertise of bilingual guides who provide in-depth knowledge about every site visited.

Quality Transportation: Enjoy a worry-free journey to each point on the itinerary. Our well-maintained vehicles ensure a comfortable travel experience.

Buffet Lunch (Urubamba): Indulge in a delicious buffet lunch in Urubamba, featuring a diverse selection of Peruvian dishes. This gastronomic feast allows you to savor authentic local flavors in a cozy and picturesque setting.

Not Included

Entrance Tickets for Archaeological Sites: To embark on this tour, you will need a Tourist Ticket.

Cold Drinks: Drinks of your choice to accompany your buffet lunch.

Tips for your guide: Tips that you consider appropriate at any point during the tour.

What To Bring

Personal Documents: Bring your passport and identification. Also, make sure to have the tickets or vouchers necessary for the tour.

Money for Every Occasion: (Preferably local currency) Carry enough cash for entrance fees, snacks, and souvenirs. We want you to enjoy without worries, so have everything you need!

Camera: Capture the beautiful sites and memories during your tour.

Light Clothing: Cusco’s weather can vary throughout the day, so it’s essential to wear layers that can be easily added or removed as needed.

Sunscreen: Bring sunscreen, a hat or cap, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun’s rays.

Walking Shoes: You’ll be walking through various sites, so make sure to have shoes that provide support and comfort.

Rain Gear: Depending on the season, it might be a good idea to bring a lightweight waterproof jacket or poncho in case of unexpected rain.

Sacred Valley VIP tour price.


per person

  What is Required for this Tour:

Tourist Ticket: s/70.00

This ticket is necessary for entering all the archaeological complexes we will visit.

Entrance Ticket to the Salt Mines: s/10.00

Supports entry to the town of Maras, which is involved in the production of the salt mines.


Making a reservation for the Sacred Valley Tour Cusco is very simple. Just fill out the form below, and as soon as possible, one of our team members will contact you to finalize the booking.

    Frequently Asked Questions – Sacred Valley Tour Cusco:

    What is the Sacred Valley Tour Cusco?

    Embark on the most popular tour in Cusco, which encompasses the charming Urubamba River Valley and visits enchanting villages like Pisac, Calca, Yucay, Urubamba, and Ollantaytambo.

    Is travel insurance provided on the tour?

    No, travel insurance is not included in the tour package. It is advisable to obtain separate travel insurance to ensure coverage for cancellations, medical emergencies, and loss or theft of luggage during your trip.

    Is it necessary to be in good physical shape to take the Sacred Valley tour?

    No, The Sacred Valley Tour is considered an easily accessible and manageable tour. All the sites visited are reachable by transport, and only short walks are involved within the archaeological sites. We always recommend wearing light clothing and drinking plenty of liquids.

    Can I reschedule or cancel the reservation?

    Yes, rescheduling can be done up to 48 hours before tour departure. Cancellation is also possible, but it is subject to charges.

    What happens if there is inclimate weather on the day of my scheduled tour?

    Efforts will be made to find solutions and alternatives for the tour departure. However, if conditions are drastic, you will receive a full refund or the option to reschedule for the next day.

    What does the Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour include?

    The Sacred Valley of the Incas tour includes visits to these places: Chincheros, Moray, salt mines, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, and Pisaq.

    How long is the tour of the Sacred Valley of the Incas?

    The duration of the Sacred Valley tour typically lasts approximately 10 hours, as it covers all the main tourist attractions located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

    What is the price of the Sacred Valley Tour?

    The price of the tour is approximately $30, but it may vary depending on the agency you choose.

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