Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Chinchero Tour
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Today you will visit the Chinchero town, one of the most important towns of the Inca Empire located on a terrace above 3800 masl. There you may get to know the archaeological complex that draws attention for its well-kept andenes (agricultural terraces) and a large Inca fortress located in the place attributed to be the origin of the rainbow.
The construction of the beautiful colonial church located at the foot of the Main Square was completed in 1607 over the foundations of Inca constructions; its main altar is carved in gold leaf with a baroque style and it is dedicated to the Virgin of the Nativity and its walls are decorated with paintings of Diego Quispe Tito, the top representative of the Cusco school of art. You will return to Cusco after touring the town's charming streets of cobblestone.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels in downtown Cuzco.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: 8am.
Languages: Bilingual guide in English and Spanish.
Others: In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, nationality, language, diet requirements and the hotel where passenger will be staying.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - City Tour and Nearby Ruins - Private
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Release your inner Indiana Jones with this this fascinating and thought-provoking morning tour of Cuzco’s greatest landmarks and the ruins of ancient Inca sites near the city. See the Santo Domingo Monastery and the Coricancha, the Sacsayhuaman and the Cathedral in Cuzco proper and the ritual sites of Kenko and Tambomachay in the outskirts. This five-hour tour offers a glimpse into how great the capital of the Incas was and just how much was lost when it was conquered.
When Cuzco fell to the Spaniards in the 1530s, they began destroying many of the Inca temples and palaces. The greatest temple of all – in the whole empire – was that devoted to the sun, the Coricancham, which conquistadors described as ‘magnificent’, ‘fabulous beyond belief’ and with walls made of ‘gold from top to bottom’. Today it is the location of Santo Domingo Monastery, which was built on the temple’s foundations.
Stop at San Cristobal for a magnificent panoramic view of the city before continuing uphill to the mega fortress of Sacsayhuaman, which was built from large polished rocks and protected the entrance to the city. Continue to the ritual sites of Kenko, where sacrifices are believed to have taken place, and Tambomachay, where water was worshipped. Return to Cuzco for a brief stop at the colonial Plaza Regocijo and the Plaza de Armas to visit the imposing Gothic-Renaissance-style cathedral. It, too, was built on the foundations of an Inca temple though today it is famed for the richness of its Cuzco School paintings of religious scenes, which were painted by native Quechuas in the 17th century.
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotel.
Duration: Four to five hours.
Start/opening time: Daily at 9am and 2pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - City Tour and Nearby ruins
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Unearth the riches of the Inca Empire with this fascinating and thought-provoking afternoon tour of Cuzco’s greatest landmarks and the ruins of ancient Inca sites near the city. See the Santo Domingo Monastery and the Coricancha, the Sacsayhuaman and the Plaza de Armas in Cuzco proper and the ritual sites of Kenko and Tambomachay in the outskirts. This five-hour tour offers a glimpse into how great the capital of the Incas was and just how much was lost when it was conquered.
When Cuzco fell to the Spaniards in the 1530s, they began destroying many of the Inca temples and palaces. The greatest temple of all – in the whole empire – was that devoted to the sun, the Coricancha, which conquistadors described as ‘magnificent’, ‘fabulous beyond belief’ and with walls made of ‘gold from top to bottom’. Today it is the location of Santo Domingo Monastery, which was built on the temple’s foundations.
Head uphill to the mega fortress of Sacsayhuaman, which was built from large polished rocks and protected the entrance to the city. Continue to the ritual sites of Kenko, where sacrifices are believed to have taken place, and Tambomachay, where water was worshipped as a sacred element. Return to Cuzco for a brief stop at the breathtaking Plaza de Armas, dominated by the imposing Gothic-Renaissance-style cathedral. It, too, was built on the foundations of an Inca temple though today it is famed throughout Peru for the richness of its Cuzco School paintings of religious scenes, which were painted by native Quechuas in the 17th century.
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotel.
Duration: Five hours.
Start/opening time: Daily at 1pm.
End/closing time: 6pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Cusco City Tour - Private
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Start your panoramic tour with the Coricancha, also known as "The Temple of the Sun" (Quri Kancha 'Golden Temple'), which was built by the Inca Pachacutec (1438 - 1572) and at the arrival of the Spaniards became the basis for the construction of the Convent of Santo Domingo.
Here, during the Inca empire, homage was surrendered to the sun ("Inti") and there was a time when it was covered with gold. Then admire the Cathedral, the imposing monument in the Plaza de Armas. Its construction began in 1560 and ended only in 1654. Almost a century of construction. For this purpose hundreds of stones were extracted and transported from Sacsayhuaman fortress under the command of the Ecclesiastical Council. Then pass by the side streets like Loreto and Regocijo, and finally return to your hotel.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels in Cusco downtown.
Duration: Three hours approx.
Start/opening time: At 9am or at 1pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Cusco city and San Blas
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Your tour will begin with a visit to the Coricancha, also known as the "Temple of the Sun", the construction of which was ordered by Inca Pachacútec (1438-1471) and was used as base for the construction of the Santo Domingo Convent upon the arrival of the Spaniards. This is when the Sun (Inti, in Quechua) was worshipped during the Inca Empire and at one time it was full of golden artifacts.
You will then go to the Cathedral, the most impressive building on the Main Square. and one of the most splendid Spanish colonial churches in America, which is shaped as a Latin Cross and houses about 400 colonial paintings from the Cusco art school, and impressive goldsmith, silversmith and precious stones works.
Its construction lasted almost a century, it started in 1560 and ended in 1654. The Ecclesiastical Chapter ordered to extract and transport hundreds of stones from the Sacsayhuamán fortress for this purpose, with the hard work of thousands of Indians.
You will finally go the San Blas quarter, originally used as dwellings for the Inca nobles, which built impressive stone constructions at a short distance of the Main Square. Today the quarter is a conglomerate of charming small cobblestone streets and the San Blas Church is at its center. Built in 1544 over an Inca sanctuary, it houses the San Blas Pulpit, a filigree work carved in cedar by a craftsman from Cusco. Meeting point: Hotels in Cusco Downtown.
Start or opening time: 8am and 1pm
Duration of the excursion: 4 hours
Guide languages: English and Spanish Restrictions: This tour is not recommended for people with physical disabilities due to lack of access. People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in this tour
Recommend: Comfortable clothes and shoes, warm jacket. Sunblock, hat and camera.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Dinner Show with transfer
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Enjoy a taste of Andean culture with this folklore show to the accompaniment of a buffet dinner of popular local and global dishes. This is great opportunity to be immersed in traditional Peruvian life, observing at close hand their dances, music, costumes and customs. Come along for a night of rhythms and colours in an unforgettable setting.
Be enthralled by whimsical Andean panpipe music and dancers in outfits with more colours than a rainbow while feasting on the finest food this side of the Andes. Admire the passion of the dancers as they portray traditional Quechua routines. These dances are the embodiment of a people’s journey from a powerful empire to conquered people in a matter of years to centuries of colonial rule and then independence. Their music is one of the most powerful markers of identity that they possess as you will witness during this magical evening at one of the top entertainment venues in Cuzco.
The restaurant is tastefully and atmospherically decorated in beautiful Andean textiles, which adds to the sense of expectation. The dishes on offer during the buffet change according to the season but among the many Peruvian specialities that you may find are mint potatoes, tacu tacu (pan-fried rice and beans) and butifarra (bread stuffed with ham) as well as trout ceviche and alpaca carpaccio. The desserts are delicious and this being Peru, sipping on a pisco sour is almost compulsory (the national cocktail made of pisco, lime or lemon juice, syrup and egg whites).
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotels in Cuzco city.
Duration: Three hours.
Start/opening time: 7.30pm from Monday to Sunday.
End/closing time: 10.30pm to 10pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Dinner at Inca Grill Restaurant
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Inka Grill was the first restaurant of the chain Cusco Restaurants; they opened its doors in the traditional Main Square of Cusco in 1998. The restaurant offers an international menu perfectly combined with Peruvian flavors and adapted to suit all tastes, which highlights the quinoa soup.
The menu reinvents international dishes in its original concept, from pastas, pizzas and sandwiches to vegetarian dishes and unforgettable desserts. A prime location in the heart of the city , a warm and friendly atmosphere along with the commitment and dedication of its team, have kept Inka Grill in the market for over fifteen years as a cuisine reference. Inka Grill is a must that you cannot miss in Cusco.
Meeting/pick-up point: Inka Grill Restaurant.
Duration: 2 hours approx.
Start/opening time: 7pm or 9pm.
End/closing time: 9pm or 11pm.
Languages: Bilingual (English & Spanish).
Others: In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, diet restriction, nationality, language, and the hotel where passenger will be staying. It is important that the passenger contact us 72 hrs. Before for reconfirming the reservation time and the address of the restaurant.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - H/D San Blas Walking Tour
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: A tour to stretch your legs. San Blas quarter was originally used as dwellings for the Inca nobles, which built impressive stone constructions at a short distance of what used to be Huacaypata and it is the current place of the Main Square. It is still possible to see the unmistakable rigor of the Inca walls at the base of many constructions. Today the quarter is a conglomerate of charming small cobblestone streets that are very popular among craftspeople, who sell their works on the street. Among its top attractions is the San Blas Church, a temple that houses a pulpit that is a priceless work of art, a wood carving performed by a masterly indigenous woodcarver. Meeting point: Your guide will meet you at your hotel in Cusco Downtown area.
Start or opening time: 9am and 2pm
Duration of the excursion: 2 hours
Guide languages: English and Spanish Restrictions: This tour is not recommended for people with physical disabilities due to lack of access. People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in this tour
Recommend: Comfortable clothes and shoes, warm jacket. Sunblock, hat and camera.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Incas Sacred Valley
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Discover the Sacred Valley of the Incas and visit some of the sites most associated with this short-lived and mysterious civilisation. The Sacred Valley is really that of the River Urubamba to the north of Cuzco and features stunning Andean landscapes resplendent with fauna and flora. Among the locations visited are the Awanakancha camelid refuge, the hamlet of Pisac and the ancient Inca ruins of Ollantaytambo.
Head from Cuzco to the Sacred Valley, which over thousands of years has been carved into the Andean foothills by the rapids of the River Urubamba. Arrive at the Awanakancha refuge and meet some of the friendly camelids, the family that encompasses llamas, alpacas and vicuñas, which are all native to this part of the world. Learn all about these friendly and curious domesticated animals and their many uses for humans, especially their fibres, which are the basis of many traditional garments in Peru.
Proceed to picturesque Pisac, which is located right on the banks of the Urubamba, where you will have the opportunity to bargain with vendors at the local handicrafts market and see the fruits of woven alpaca and llama fibres. Pisac is where, according to Inca legend, a princess turned to stone.
Enjoy lunch at a pleasant hostelry in the countryside and continue to the ruins of the hilldisde Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo, which was built by Inca Emperor Pachacuti – who also built Machu Picchu – not long before the Spaniards were to conquer the empire.
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotel.
Duration: Eight hours.
Start/opening time: Daily from 8am to 8.45am.
End/closing time: 5.30pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: The customer can choose to buy the BTC (Cusco Turistic Ticket) when purchasing the activity or directly on site.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Incas Sacred vallley - Private
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas with this private tour from Cuzco and visit some of the sites most associated with this short-lived and mysterious civilisation. Discover the picturesque riverside village of Pisac, visit the ruins of the ancient hillside fortress of Ollantaytambo and uncover the archaeological riches of the royal city of Chinchero. This informative and thought-provoking tour provides a fascinating insight into an empire that was wiped off the face of the earth by just a handful of conquistadors.
The Sacred Valley is really that of the River Urubamba to the north of Cuzco and features stunning Andean landscapes resplendent with fauna and flora. Begin your adventure at the picture-postcard village of Pisac, which is on the banks of the river. Today it is famed for its vibrant and colourful market, where you can browse the many traditional products such as panpipes, ojota sandals, ponchos and chullos (the ubiquitous hats with earflaps made from alpaca wool). The ruins of Inca Pisac are on a hilltop overlooking the valley.
Continue to Ollantaytambo with a number of stops en route at places of interest. This hillside fortress was a typical example of Inca urban planning during the reign of 15th century Emperor Pachacuti, who also built Machu Picchu. It remains one of the most remarkable archaeological sites of the empire. Enjoy lunch at a traditional restaurant before proceeding to Chinchero, which was one of the most important centres in the Inca Empire. Today a church stands over the ruins of the former temple, an example of the ‘extirpation of idolatries’ imposed by the conquistadors.
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotel.
Duration: Aprox. nine hours.
Start/opening time: Daily at 8.30am.
End/closing time: 5.30pm.
Languages: Spanish, English.
Others: The customer can choose to buy the BTC (Cusco Turistic Ticket) when purchasing the activity or directly on site.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Macchu Pichu Full day - Superior Service
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Make the unforgettable journey to Machu Picchu in true style as you take the first class service to the ancient Inca settlement, travelling by Vistadome or Executive train.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Take a once in a lifetime panoramic train journey to the Lost City
* Head up to the summit by bus
* Learn about the incredible Inca history
Make your way to the famous Lost City and tour its most important historical sites, including the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows and the Sacred Sun Dial among many others. Discover the incredible history of Machu Picchu and the breathtaking scenery that surrounds it on this superior tour.
There is no more luxurious a way to experience the magic of Machu Picchu than in the comfortable leather seats and the air conditioned carriages of the Vistadome. Take advantage of the large panoramic windows on each side of the carriage to capture some truly memorable photos of the stunning nature around you. Along the journey you are also offered sweet and savoury snacks as well as fruit, water and teas. After being picked up from your hotel in Cuzco, head to Ollanta Station to board your luxury train to Machu Picchu, where on arrival, a private coach will take you to the top of the mountain. The sense of expectation increases as you approach the lost city, which was rediscovered by American explorer Hiram Bingham in 1911.
Machu Picchu, which in Quechua means Old Mountain, is believed by archaeologists to have been built by Inca emperor Pachacuti as a holiday estate up in the heavens. His reign ended in the early 1470s yet within a century the city would be abandoned following the Spanish conquest. Considered both a masterpiece of architecture and engineering, Machu Picchu is home to over 200 buildings including the monumental Main Square, the Royal Quarters, the Circular Towers, the Sacred Sun Dial and the Burial Grounds. Depending on your schedule, lunch will be served either before or after the start of the tour. We return by train to Ollanta where on arrival you’ll be transferred back to the hotel.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotels in Cusco Downtown . Transfer to Ollanta Station to board the Vistadome or Executive train to Machu Pichu.
Duration: Between 13 to 17 hours .
Start/opening time: First schedule: pick up from hotel at 4:15am - Train departure: 6:40am - Arrival at the Machu Picchu train station at 8:01am. Second schedule: pick up from hotel at 4:55am - Train departure at 8am - Arrival at the Machu Picchu train station at 9:24am.
End/closing time: First Schedule: departure time from the Machu Picchu train Station: at 3.48pm - Arrival at hotel in Cusco: 8pm. Second schedule: departure time from the Machu Picchu train Station at 7pm - Arrival at hotel in Cusco at 10.30pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks and bottled water are not included.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Machu Picchu (Luxury, Hiran Bingham)
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Travel across of the most beautiful and romantic scenery in Peru – in style. The Hiram Bingham luxury train will take you from Cuzco, the capital of the Inca Empire, to near Machu Picchu, the ‘lost city of the Incas’, which was rediscovered by American explorer and adventurer Hiram Bingham a century ago. Board the 1920s-style carriages and enjoy a welcome drink before setting off. From your exclusive vantage point enjoy stunning scenery of the dramatic Urubamba valley, passing sights such as the vast agricultural terraces of Jaquijahuana, the remains of an Inca city that was destroyed by Spanish conquistadors, and the secluded Sacred Valley village of Ollantaytambo. You will be served a delicious brunch and can chose from an excellent selection of South American wines.
On arrival at Aguas Calientes, a coach will transfer you to Machu Picchu, which had lain hidden from the world until Bingham climbed the mountain in the summer of 1911 and revealed the secret known only by local farmers to the world. You can opt to trek the last section of the Inca Trail that ends at the ‘Gateway of the Sun’, the hidden road to the Inca Bridge or just simply enjoy the landscape.
Rest with a cup of tea at the Sanctuary Lodge before boarding the train back to Cusco. Recline to the bar and listen to live band perform Peruvian, learn how to make Pisco Sour cocktails from the barman or simply enjoy the sunset from the observation deck. You will be served a sumptuous four-course dinner, complete with Peruvian delicacies.
Meeting/ Pick-up point: Hotel lobby (within Cuzco city centre).
Duration: 13 hours.
Start/opening time: 8am.
Others: Children must be aged three or over to participate.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Machu Picchu First Class - Full Day
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: The First Class Service runs between May and October only (high season), in addition to special seasonal occasions: Easter week and from 24 to 31 of december. Outside these dates, this train service runs with a minimun of 12 passengers.
Pick up from hotel in Cusco and transfer to Ollanta station to board the train to Machu Picchu. Upon arrival to Machu Picchu town you will take the bus to the ''Lost City of the Incas'' which was discovered by American explorer Hiram Bingham in 1911 (25-minute motorcoach ride).
Located on the left bank of the Vilcanota river lies the wonderful old city of Machu Picchu, which in quechua means ''Old Mountain''. According to research, Machu Picchu would have been one of the vacation residences of Pachacutec, the first Inca emperor between 1438 and 1470. However, some of its finest buildings and the evident ceremonial purpose of the main access road to the village, prove that it was used as a religious shrine. Machu Picchu is considered both a masterpiece of architecture and engineering because of its unique architectural and landscaping features.
Prominent constructions among its buildings are the Main Square, the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows, the Circular Towers, the Sacred Sun Dial and the Burial Grounds, among others of singular architecture and importance. Your guide will narrate and explain all about this splendid citadel, which is a truly amazing experience. Meals are served on board the train. Return by train to Ollanta Station and upon arrival you will be transferred to the hotel in Cusco.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Hotel Lobby.
Duration: Between 12 and 15 hours.
Start/opening time: 9am.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Machu Picchu Full day with Incarail train
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Take the royal route to majestic Machu Picchu with this epic full day guided tour from Cuzco.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Experience a thrilling train ride up to the Lost City
* Witness one of the Seven Wonders of the World
* Get to know Machu Picchu’s fascinating history
The Lost City of the Incas as it is popularly known was discovered just over a century ago and since then has become Peru’s No. 1 tourist attraction. Visit the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows and the Sacred Sun Dial among others, and discover a world the remnants of a vanished civilisation.
After being picked up from your hotel in Cuzco, head to Ollanta Station to board the Expedition (Peru Rail) or Machu Picchu (Inca Rail) train to Machu Picchu. These 52 person coaches are for those who like adventure and comfort featuring upholstered seats, folding tables and windows to enjoy the scenery. You’ll also be offered water and teas to make the journey extra comfortable.
On arrival in Machu Picchu town, a coach takes you to the top of the mountain. The sense of expectation increases as you approach the lost city, which was found by American explorer Hiram Bingham in 1911. Machu Picchu, which in Quechua means Old Mountain, is believed by archaeologists to have been built by Inca emperor Pachacuti as a holiday estate up in the heavens. His reign ended in the early 1470s yet within a century the city would be abandoned following the Spanish conquest.
The evident ceremonial purpose of the main access road and the grandeur of many of the finest buildings suggest that the city was also used as a religious shrine. Machu Picchu is considered both a masterpiece of architecture and engineering because of its architectural and landscaping features. Prominent landmarks among the 200 or so buildings are the monumental Main Square, the Royal Quarters, Temple of the Three Windows, the Circular Towers, the Sacred Sun Dial and the Burial Grounds. Depending on your schedule, lunch will be served either before or after the start of the tour.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotels in Cusco Downtown . Transfer to Ollanta Station to board the Expedition (Peru Rail) or Machu Picchu (Inca Rail) train to Machu Pichu.
Duration: Between 13 to 15 hours.
Start/opening time: Pick up from hotel at 4:55am - Train departure: 7:20am - Arrival at the Machu Picchu train station at 8:48am.
End/closing time: First Schedule: departure time from the Machu Picchu train Station: at 3.48pm - Arrival at hotel in Cusco: 7.30pm. Second schedule: departure time from the Machu Picchu train Station at 6.35pm - Arrival at hotel in Cusco at 10.30pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Alcoholic beverages not included. During lunch, we offer passengers a jar of water and teas.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Machu Picchu Fullday Turist service with Train Incarail or Expedition
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Take the royal route to majestic Machu Picchu with this epic full day guided tour from Cuzco.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Experience a thrilling train ride up to the Lost City
* Witness one of the Seven Wonders of the World
* Get to know Machu Picchu’s fascinating history
The Lost City of the Incas as it is popularly known was discovered just over a century ago and since then has become Peru’s No. 1 tourist attraction. Visit the Royal Quarters, the Temple of the Three Windows and the Sacred Sun Dial among others, and discover a world the remnants of a vanished civilisation.
After being picked up from your hotel in Cuzco, head to Ollanta Station to board the Expedition (Peru Rail) or Machu Picchu (Inca Rail) train to Machu Picchu. These 52 person coaches are for those who like adventure and comfort featuring upholstered seats, folding tables and windows to enjoy the scenery. You’ll also be offered water and teas to make the journey extra comfortable.
On arrival in Machu Picchu town, a coach takes you to the top of the mountain. The sense of expectation increases as you approach the lost city, which was found by American explorer Hiram Bingham in 1911. Machu Picchu, which in Quechua means Old Mountain, is believed by archaeologists to have been built by Inca emperor Pachacuti as a holiday estate up in the heavens. His reign ended in the early 1470s yet within a century the city would be abandoned following the Spanish conquest.
The evident ceremonial purpose of the main access road and the grandeur of many of the finest buildings suggest that the city was also used as a religious shrine. Machu Picchu is considered both a masterpiece of architecture and engineering because of its architectural and landscaping features. Prominent landmarks among the 200 or so buildings are the monumental Main Square, the Royal Quarters, Temple of the Three Windows, the Circular Towers, the Sacred Sun Dial and the Burial Grounds. Depending on your schedule, lunch will be served either before or after the start of the tour.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotels in Cusco Downtown . Transfer to Ollanta Station to board the Expedition (Peru Rail) or Machu Picchu (Inca Rail) train to Machu Pichu.
Duration: Between 13 to 15 hours.
Start/opening time: Pick up from hotel at 4:55am - Train departure: 7:20am - Arrival at the Machu Picchu train station at 8:48am.
End/closing time: First Schedule: departure time from the Machu Picchu train Station: at 3.48pm - Arrival at hotel in Cusco: 7.30pm. Second schedule: departure time from the Machu Picchu train Station at 6.35pm - Arrival at hotel in Cusco at 10.30pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Alcoholic beverages not included. During lunch, we offer passengers a jar of water and teas.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Nearby ruins in Cuzco
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: You will start the tour at the Sacsayhuamán fortress, one of the emblematic Inca constructions (located a few minutes away from the built-up area), built by Inca Pachacútec in the 15th century. It is a huge fortress made of very large stones, and the manner in which they were transported and cut is still a mystery. The Inti Raymi Festival, which worships the Sun, is reenacted on June 24 of each year, during the winter solstice.
You will then go to Qenqo, located four kilometers away from Cusco city, which is a mainly religious archaeological complex where it is believed that propitiatory agricultural rituals were carried out. You will continue to Puka Pukara, located seven kilometers away from Cusco. Puka Pukara, which means "red fortress", was an architectural complex presumably used for military purposes; it has many rooms, squares, bathrooms, aqueducts, walls and towers, and it is believed that the Inca's entourage used it while he rested at Tambomachay.
Next, you will explore the fountains of Tambomachay, a construction that has fine stone finishings and high command of hydraulic engineering, with aqueducts that continue supplying clear water to this place. This archaeological complex is located eight kilometers away from Cusco City. Also known as the "Inca Bath", Tambomachay was probably the leisure place for the Inca and his entourage. The construction seems to have a special interest in water, which it worshipped, and fine aqueducts fed on groundwater aquifers and neighboring hot springs.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels in downtown Cusco.
Duration: Four hours approximately.
Start/opening time: At 9am and 2pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or mobility impairments on our tours. In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, nationality, language, arrival date and the hotel where passenger will be staying.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Ollantaytambo Tour
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Accompanied by your guide, today you will venture to climb the 150 steps that separate the summit from the low part of the Ollantaytambo fortress, in which the Temple of the Sun (formed by six huge monoliths of pink granite, with a weight of more than 50 tons) and the Terrace of the Ten Niches stand out. The half day excursion ends with a short visit to the Ollantaytambo town, a typical example of the urban planning of the Incas, whose residents still live in accordance with their old traditions.
Accompanied by your guide, today you will venture to climb the 150 steps that separate the summit from the low part of the Ollantaytambo fortress, in which the Temple of the Sun (formed by six huge monoliths of pink granite, with a weight of more than 50 tons) and the Terrace of the Ten Niches stand out. The half day excursion ends with a short visit to the Ollantaytambo town, a typical example of the urban planning of the Incas, whose residents still live in accordance with their old traditions.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels in downtown Cuzco.
Duration: 5.5 hours.
Start/opening time: 9am.
Languages: Bilingual guide in English and Spanish.
Others: In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, nationality, language, diet requirements and the hotel where passenger will be staying.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Sacred Valley Tour with Inkariy Museum
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Discover the natural beauty, rich history and vibrant culture of Cusco on this tour that takes you on a journey through the city and back in time. From the bustling Pisac market to the fascinating Inkariy Museum and Ollantaytambo Park you will leave the tour with a great understanding of the local culture and the history of the Inca civilization. A delicious lunch in a local restaurant will also be provided.
Begin the tour with a trip to the Pisac Market, located in the city’s main square. Each day the square is filled with dozens of stands run by local residents who display the products that they have created. From alpaca textiles tomusical instruments, paintings, carvings, necklaces and replicas of ancient Inca pieces, you are sure to find the perfect souvenir here from your trip to Peru.
From the market you will be transferred to the impressive, newly opened Inkariy Museum, which will take you on a journey back to the height of the Inca Empire. Discover the pre-Hispanic cultures of ancient Peru through a series of incredibly lifelike dioramas that recreate historic scenes. Learn about this ancient civilization and discover how the typical clothing and ornamentation worn by its citizens changed over the centuries.
Stop for a delicious lunch in a traditional local restaurant before proceeding to Ollantaytambo Park, to explore several points of interest. The town of Ollantaytambo is an example of the typical urban planning used by the Incas and is still inhabited to this day. The legendary Pachacutec conquered the town in the 15th century, knocked down the existing settlement and built a new one on the same site, making it one of the most remarkable archeological complexes in Peru.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up and drop off at the hotel.
Duration: 9 hours.
Start/opening time: From Monday to Sunday at 8am.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: The customer can choose to buy the BTC (Cusco Turistic Ticket) when purchasing the activity or directly on site.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - The Andean Baroque Route
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: The Andean Baroque Route is located along the road from Cusco to Puno, where you will visit the main churches of that time, which are still frequented by locals, as the temple of the Company of Jesus. However, the most impressive church is in Andahuaylillas, and is known as the "Sistine Chapel of America" because of the stunning art on its walls and ceilings, sculptures and retablos.
In addition, you will discover two wonders of the 17th century, the church of Huaro with its magnificent altarpieces, murals and paintings showing scenes of life after death; and the Canincunca Chapel, facing the mysterious Lake Urcos, built on prehispanic ruins. Its murals reflect Andean textile designs and the bond between the Pachamama, linked to the productivity of crops and animals, and the Virgin Mary, protector of the human race.
This visit will allow you to learn more about the various ways the Spaniards tried to introduce the natives to a new world of religious beliefs, and will appreciate the magnificent artworks generated by indoctrination.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels in downtown Cuzco.
Duration: 6 hours.
Start/opening time: 9am.
Languages: Bilingual guide in English and Spanish.
Others: In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, nationality, language, diet requirements and the hotel where passenger will be staying.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Tipon, Pikillacta and Andahuaylillas - Private tour
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: The area surrounding Cuzco is home to some of the most important historical sites in South America and this half-day tour will take you to four: Tipon, the Valleumbroso estate, Pikillacta and Andahuaylillas. This intriguing mix of Wari and Inca ruins, a colonial mansion and a picturesque village as well as Andean landscapes encapsulates the best that Peru has to offer.
Begin your journey through history at Tipon, an archaeological site located just a few minutes’ drive south-west of Cuzco. Perhaps the most astonishing aspect of this lush terraced park is that its irrigation system is still functioning five centuries after the collapse of the Inca Empire. A short distance away is the beautiful Valleumbroso estate, which is dominated by a 17th century colonial era mansion that is acknowledged to be the grandest in the district.
Continue to the pre-Inca citadel of Pikillacta, considered one of the best-preserved Wari culture sites. The Wari dominated this area five centuries before the rise of the Incas and among the 700 structures covering at Pikillacta are stone and mud buildings of two and three-storeys and the head of a condor carved into a cliff.
The final stop is at the Andean Baroque Route village of Andahuaylillas, one of the true hidden gems of Peru. Here the majority still speaks Quechua, the language of the Incas, and despite its small size, the town is home the Church of St Peter the Apostle, which is known as the Sistine Chapel of America due to the high quality pieces of its frescoes.
Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotel.
Duration: Four-and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: Daily 8am and 1.30pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Tourist bus from Cuzco to Puno
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Your transfer to Puno will have three stops. You will first stop at Andahuaylillas, a village located 40 kilometers from Cusco, which most important attraction is the church of Andahuaylillas, also called" "The Sistine Chapel of America" due to the high quality pieces of art found in it; its structure was built in the sixteenth century on the remains of constructions probably Wari. Today it has an original pipe organ recently restored. Continue your trip to Racchi, where you will find the Temple of Viracocha, an amazing and unique rectangular building, similar to a wall, 30 meters wide and 20 high. It has windows and doors and is thought to have the highest ceiling of the Inca Empire.
You will stop for lunch in Sicuani, and then briefly at La Raya, the highest point of the route between Puno and Cusco, over 4,313 masl. From here, 61 kilometers from the city of Juliaca (very close to Puno) you will reach the town of Pucara, where the Museo Litico Pucara Museum is found. Pukara was the first settlement of the highland lake city and developed between 100 and 300BC. Finally you will drive along the final course to the city of Puno.
Duration: Ten and a half hours approximately.
Start/opening time: Between 6.40am and 6.50am.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or mobility impairments on our tours. In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, nationality, language, and the hotel where passenger will be staying in order to deliver the bus ticket.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Via Ferrata e Zip Line Shared
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Early morning departure from your hotel in Cusco to drive to the locality of Pachar, located 8 kms from Ollantaytambo, where you will find the Via Ferrata, a climbing route 300 meters high. Here you will have the opportunity to climb a mountain with a safety system permanently installed, for which you do not require any previous experience.
While climbing, enjoy the mystical landscapes of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Upon completing the ascent, enjoy an energizing snack while you admire the spectacular scenery and recover your energies. Then climb 100 more mts until you reach the second cable of the canopy or zip-line, which will allow you to fly over the beautiful landscapes of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in a very safe and fun way. The canopy or zip-line, also called flying fox, zip wire, death slide, or aerial runway, is an unforgettable experience. Through a pulley suspended by 6 cables of 100 to 500 m (with a total of 2000 m), located in an inclination, you hook the cable through a pulley fixed to your harness and you will be impulsed by gravity, sliding from the top to the bottom, increasingly losing speed as you approach the end of the cable. At the end of your adventure, transfer back to the hotel.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotels in Cusco downtown.
Duration: Eight and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: At 8am.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: This tour is not suitable for people with physical or motor handicap, serious heart problems, or people who are not able to handle moderate physical activity. People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in this tour. Not recommended for women undergoing pregnancy.

Cuzco Excursions & Tours - Walking City Tour
Cuzco Excursions & Tours: Our visit will consist on a journey through centuries to know the history of Cusco, the capital of the Incas, considered the "navel of the world". The tour begins at the main square also called Aucaypata Square. Here, we describe the original design of the square and show visitors the location of the main Inca temples and buildings, using supporting audio, infographics and photographic material that will be delivered to all members of the group. Then we will go to the Regocijo Square also called Cusipata Square.
Here, we discover the functions performed in this square in Qosqo Inca times. We continue our journey towards the Francisco Square to appreciate its church, Arch and the National College of Sciences, one of the most emblematic and old of Cusco. Then visit the San Pedro Market, to discover various typical products of the region and appreciate how this day the people of Cusco carry out their trading activities.
Afterwards we will visit the church and convent of Santa Catalina which were built on top of the "Acllahuasi" (House of the chosen? in Quechua), or Temple of the Virgins, that was the place where "acllas” lived (women chosen for his lineage and beauty, offered as wives to the sun god, Inti). The church has a beautiful chapel of baroque architecture, a religious and colonial art museum. Right away we will go to Coricancha. Was the main Inca temple, the Temple of Inti (the sun god), built in blocks of carved granite and gold melted in the joints of the blocks. When the Spaniards arrived, they built on top of the temple the Catholic church of Santo Domingo.
The tour continues to the Stone of 12 Angles; a stone embedded in an Inca wall that was carved so that it has 12 angles that fit perfectly with the surrounding rocks. Finally, we end the tour discovering San Blas; the most bohemian neighborhood where many artists and craftsmen live, and where we can enjoy panoramic views of the city of Cusco.
Meeting/pick-up point: Cusco Main Square.
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Start/opening time: 8:30am.
End/closing time: 11am.
Languages: English / Spanish.
Others: Recommend: Comfortable clothes and shoes, warm jacket. Sunblock, hat and camera. In order to book this service the following information is required: complete names, date of birth, passport number, nationality, language, arrival date and the hotel where passenger will be staying.

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