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Machu Picchu Peru 6 day tour


Machu Picchu Peru 6 day tour


Firstly start with Machu Picchu Peru 6-day tour of Cusco and the Sacred Valley to learn the story behind Machu Picchu, including how and why South America’s most powerful civilization built a citadel in a cloud forest and abandoned it. You are standing in front of ancient ruins, including Sacsayhuaman, which has a monumental house-sized stone. The sun temple where the Incas once worshiped the sun. And Ollantaytambo was the stage of the last military battle before the Spanish conquerors drove the Inca rebels deep into the jungle.



Machu Picchu has its own secrets, from its majestic location surrounded by jungles and mountains to its historical purpose and function (scholars do not yet understand). The only certainty about arriving at Machu Picchu is the undeniable feeling that this place is truly special. With this tour package, you can see this amazing Inca life culture.


Day 1: Arrival in Lima

Arrival at Lima airport. Meet our representative for transfer to your hotel at Lima airport.


Day 2: Arrival in Cusco

After breakfast, return to the airport for the flight to Cusco. Upon arrival, meet with our representative to be transferred to your Cusco hotel.


Be careful on this first day at altitude. Visit a museum, people watch in Plaza de Armas or find a cafe where you can relax. In the evening, choose from Cusco’s many options for casual or fine dining.


Day 3: Cusco City Tour

This morning you’ll have time to explore Cusco on your own. Explore the stalls of San Pedro Market, browse the craft workshops and art galleries of the San Blas neighborhood, or visit the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art (MAP) or Casa Concha (Machu Picchu Museum). After lunch, meet your guide for an afternoon tour of Cusco’s must-sees. You’ll start at Plaza de Armas, where your guide will begin telling you the story of the oldest continuously inhabited city in South America.


You’ll enter Cusco Cathedral, once the site of a temple to the Inca creator god Viracocha and now a treasure trove of religious art produced by indigenous craftsmen in the years following the Western conquest Spain. You’ll continue on to the Monastery of Santo Domingo, also built on the site of an Inca, Qoricancha, or Sun Temple. Ironically, the church building atop the ruins is well-preserved parts of the Inca structures, which were revealed to be intact after the devastating 1950 earthquake that collapsed the construction. built by the Spaniards. Next, you’ll visit the Inca ruins outside Cusco, starting with Fort Sacsayhuaman (the site of a great battle between the Incas and the Spanish) and ending the day with stops at Q’enko, Puka Pukara, and Tambomachay.


Finally, you will be dropped off at your hotel in Cusco. Head into town to see Cusco at night or enjoy a quiet evening.


Day 4: Visit the Sacred Valley

After breakfast, meet your guide for a tour of the Sacred Valley, where the Inca times were dotted with royal palaces and temples and today famous for its monuments. spectacular landscape. Your first stop is the town of Pisac, with its famous market and impressive hilltop ruins.


At the market, your guide will point out local products like potatoes, giant corn, and natural dyes, and you’ll have the chance to browse the souvenir stalls for unique gifts. You’ll then climb the hill to the ruins of Pisac, which stretch across a narrow ridge and most likely guard the southern entrance to the Sacred Valley. You will continue on to Urubamba and stop for lunch (not included) at the buffet restaurant serving Peruvian specialties. The final stop is Ollantaytambo, where you’ll climb to the top of the fortress ruins for a bird’s-eye view of the ancient heart of the Incas. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel in Sacred Valley.


Day 5: Machu Picchu Tour

Catch an early train to Machu Picchu, and travel for 2 hours along the road that follows the banks of the Urubamba River, and descends from the Andean plateau to the cloud forest. On clear days, you can see glacial peaks rising above the valley. Upon arrival at the station, meet our representative for a transfer to the bus stop and a 25-minute shuttle ride to the ruins.


Meet your guide at the entrance of the ruins for a 2-hour tour of Machu Picchu. You’ll visit the main temples and palaces of the Inca Citadel, then have time to explore the ruins on your own. Optional hike to the Sun Gate (entrance from the Inca Trail) or to the Inca Bridge.


At the end of the afternoon, return to the station to return to Cusco.


Day 6: Depart Cusco

Have breakfast then meet our representative to transfer to Cusco airport and start the return journey.



  • 1 night in Lima, 3 nights in Cusco, and 1 night in the Sacred Valley in Peru American standard hotels
  • All visits mentioned in the itinerary with a guide in English speaking
  • Ground transportation and hotel entry
  • Breakfast at all hotels Trains: Ollantaytambo Machu Picchu Cusco (Vistadome Train for 5 and 4-star packages / Explorers Train for 3-star packages)
  • Budget tours are designed to offer the best possible comfort and value for money, and present a number of changes from our 3, 4 and 5-star packages. Call or email us to learn more about our budget tours.

Not Included.

  • Airfare
  • Lunch and dinner (unless otherwise stated)
  • Airport tax
  • Tipping


What you need to bring

  • Original passport
  • Tennis shoes or trainers
  • Long and comfortable pants and wind jacket
  • Sweater and light shirt
  • Jacket or poncho for rain: in any season it can rain
  • Camera with a full battery and lots of memory!
  • Insect repellent (for sand flies)
  • Sunblock and sunglasses
  • Personal first aid kit (personal medicines)
  • Water bottle with 1-2 liters of water
  • Lightweight backpack
  • Appetizers (everything is more expensive in Aguas Calientes!)
  • Flashlight if you plan to walk to MP early in the morning


How Much is the Price?

We have several options, please feel free to Write us, and we will reply A.S.A.P.