Super Sacred Valley:This tour is prepared for all our travelers who have a very limited time and want to know all the wonder of the city of Cusco. This is your preferred package. The tour of super Sacred Valley VIP and Machu Picchu is made up of several attractions of great importance in the Inca period and today. (Chinchero, Moray, Salineras, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo). One of the best trips is closer to you. (Super Sacred Valley Vip, Machu Picchu).
first day CHINCHERO ARCHAEOLOGICAL COMPLEX
Chinchero will be the first point of visit in the route of the sacred valley vip and machu picchu. It is located 28 km from the city of Cusco at 3,772 m.s. and it has important archaeological sites, a beautiful 17th century colonial church with canvases from the “Escuela Cuzqueña”, and a typical market where you can still barter. This small town is focused on traditional weaving handmade by the pure Andean women.
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER MORAY
Symbolic part of Inca agriculture. Here we find a circular terrace set, in which each of the different terraces have different micro climates, which varies according to the height at which it is located.
The Moray complex would have more than 20 miniature sectors in which different crops were maintained according to the temperature to adapt all the research plants. This circuit of the sacred valley vip will take you to know all the importance of the ancient Peruvians.
MARAS SALT MINES
Artisanal salt mines: located in the upper area of the sacred valley where the Salineras de Maras river is located, of low flow, pours its salty waters towards the ponds, where they stagnate and where the water evaporates little by little thanks to the heat of the sun, thus producing salt, such a characteristic element of this area of the most fertile blessed valley.The use of the terraces or wells by the locals is hereditary, but it works in a common way, such as Sal de Maras.
A great place with Inca productions, the most primordial corn, and nowadays a beautiful field, with great fruit production. An excellent place to enjoy our typical lunch buffet in the area, at the end we continue the trip up.
OLLANTAYTAMBO ARCHAEOLOGICAL COMPLEX
The foundation of the Inca face of Ollantaytambo is attributed to Ollántay, and the military fortress that protected this area of the chosen valley, strategically located between two mountains, prevails.Today you can see this fortress, and also the rich deposits, formed by the temple to Inti (god of the sun), the baths of the Ñustas (princesses), the chullpas of Cachiccata, a group of terraces symmetrically staggered and very steep in the hillside. of a hill.
Living city of the Incas.
The current city of Ollantaytambo, has many houses built on the foundations of the ancient Inca city, where the native inhabitants live rooted in ancestral customs. Ollantaytambo is 97 km (60 miles) from Cusco, 2,846 m.s. (Train station to Machu Picchu).
second day Vip Sacred Valley & Machupicchu
Machu Picchu is a small Inca city built on top of a mountain, surrounded by temples, platforms and water channels. Its construction was built with giant blocks of stone joined together, without the use of amalgam or any product that reinforces their union. At the moment it is considered cultural patrimony of the humanity when being recognized like important political center, religious and administrative of the Inca time.
Vip Sacred Valley & Machupicchu
The view to the Inca of Machu picchu: it is done in the morning. This activity lasts approximately 2 hours of explanation by our guide of the travel company (world explorerr). for the most important points of machu picchu (the house of the guard, the temple of 3 windows, temple of the sun, inti watana, temple of the mortars and temple of the condor). Every visitor to Machu Picchu will have a prudential time to explore the Inca city of Machupicchu on their own.
- tour sacred valley vip
- lunch buffet (urubamba)
- partial tourist ticket
- Tourist transport from Ollantaytambo -Cusco
- Tourist Train Tiket
- tiket Entrance to Machu Picchu
- Bus of Ascent & Descent to Machu Picchu
- Bilingual guide
- Additional features
WHAT TO RAISE?
- Light clothing
- Trekking boots
- poncho or umbrella.