Combo Sacred Valley Tour
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Combo Sacred Valley Tour

Combo Sacred Valley Tour

The Sacred Valley of the Incas or Valley of the Vilcanota, is located between the towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo, is beautiful, suggestive and was much appreciated by the Inca, due to its special conditions such as the beneficial climate and the generous fertility of their lands. On the way we pass through the towns of Coya, Lamay, Calca, Yucay, Urubamba, where we can observe beautiful flora and fauna during the tour that lasts approximately 45 minutes until we reach the city of Urubamba where we will have lunch in a cozy typical restaurant; in the afternoon we continue the journey to the town of Ollantaytambo, to visit the Archaeological Complex of Ollantaytambo, after visiting this important archaeological site, return visit the ruins of Chinchero and its small Chapel a few minutes from the city from Cusco, to later transfer you to your hotel.The Sacred Valley of the Incas tour is one of the most popular tours in the region. The Sacred Valley of the Incas was a crucial area for the Inca Empire and functioned as an agricultural, spiritual and political center for them. Along its length there are many Inca and Pre-Inca sites that can be found and the visit of the Sacred Valley. During a full day, you will be able to appreciate the beautiful handicrafts that the Incas produced and see the beautiful landscape of the Sacred Valley.This tour will take you through the main attractions of the Sacred Valley, you will be able to appreciate breathtaking landscapes, mountains with glaciers that by their rivers slide crystalline waters to irrigate the very fertile valley, in passing you can observe the archaeological sites such as Chinchero, Minas de Sal, Moray, Ollantaytambo and Pisaq. Let yourself be enveloped by the beauty of its landscapes and travel with us through the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

Quick Itinerary:

07:00: We pick you up from your hotel and Start the Combo Sacred Valley Tour

08:00: Explore the Pisac market by yourself or in the group

08:20: Driving to Pisac acheological site

08:50: Guided tour in Pisac ruins

09:20: Driving to the Ollantaytambo

10:40: Guide tour of the Ollantaytambo 

13:00: Lunch in Urubamba town

13:30: Driving to Moray archeological site

14:20: Guided tour of Moray 

15:00: Driving to the colonial small town and guided tour of the Moras 

15:30:Guided tour of the Salt Mines or Salineras

16:00 Continue the Sacred Valley to Chinchero

16:30 Guided tour of the Chinchero temple

17:30 Return to Cusco

19:00 Cusco


Information about attractions of Combo Sacred Valley

  • CHINCHEROS: A very traditional and typical place for crafts and colorful fabrics. The main attraction is the archaeological complex and the Sunday fair where, still, the exchange of products takes place. 
  • MORAY: Here we find a kind of amphitheaters, in which each of the different terraces has a different microclimate, which varies depending on the height of the crop. 
  • MARAS SALT MINES: Located in the upper area of ​​the sacred valley, we find the Salineras de Maras. For the production of salt, a river of not much flow pours its salty waters into pools, where they stagnate, later, the water evaporates little by little thanks to the heat of the sun, thus producing salt, an element so characteristic of this zone of Peru. URUBAMBA: A great place with Inca productions, which among the most primordial has corn. In addition, this city is today a beautiful countryside, with great production of fruit trees. 
  • OLLANTAYTAMBO: The construction of Ollantaytambo is attributed to the Inca Ollántay and is strategically located between two mountains. 
  • PISAC: A town located in the foothills of the Intihuatana hill (place where the sun is tied), has the best system of terraces worked by the Incas.

Important information:

The BTC (tourist ticket of Cusco), allows to visit the tourist attractions in the sacred valley; Also, if you have the tourist ticket with full day rate, you can also visit the touristic places in the city tour of Cusco.  



This tour starts at 7:00 am with the pick up of passengers at the hotel to direct us through a paved road to the town of Pisaq located 32 km from the city of Cusco; where you can appreciate and do some shopping in the Artisan Market of Pisaq, located in the Main Square, you will also see the typical craft work in ceramics, leather and looms made by the craftsmen of the place. Then we go to the archaeological center of Ollantaytambo, where we will have a guided tour of the most important sectors of the place. You can also visit the artisanal market of Ollantaytambo. Finishing the visit we headed to Urubamba where we will have lunch. Approximately at 2:00 p.m. we embarked on the transport towards the Salt mines of Maras and then we went to the archaeological center of Moray. Finally we visited the archeological center and the church of Chinchero. After having had this unforgettable experience in the Sacred Valley of the Incas we will be returning to the imperial city of Cusco, where we will be arriving around 7:00 p.m.


  • Private transportation to Sacred Valley, Maras, Moray and Salineras or Salt Mines,
  • Professional bilingual Tour Guide,
  • Entrance fee to Salt Mines or Salineras
  • Buffet lunch in Urubamba Town.


  • Tourist ticket to the Sacred Valley and Moray (U$ 22)
  • Tips to local staff.


  • Hat or cap for the sun. 
  • Sun protection cream 
  • Sunglasses. 
  • Waterproof jacket / rain poncho. 
  • Small backpack for personal things. 
  • Hiking shoes 
  • Water bottle. 
  • Camera. 
  • Extra Money (Soles).



  • Pisac Archaeological Center. 
  • Pisac Market. 
  • Ollantaytambo 
  • Maras (Salineras). 
  • Moray 
  • Chinchero Archeological Center. 
  • Chinchero Artisan Scepter.

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