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Best Classic Sacred Valley Tour – Full Day


The best Sacred Valley Tour of the Incas from Cusco with our classic trip itinerary

With our Best Classic Sacred Valley tour departing from Cusco, take in the splendor of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The finest sights of the Sacred Valley—Pisaq, Ollantaytambo, and Chinchero—are all accessible on this full-day trip.


For independent travelers searching for an uncommon experience off the usual path, this immersive tour is ideal. Discover the most important locations in the Sacred Valley in a single day and lose yourself in the history of the Incas.


Travelers often take the Classic Sacred Valley Tour either before or after their trip to Machu Picchu, and it’s a great way to learn about Inca history. For a full Cusco experience, this day excursion from Cusco may also be prolonged or coupled with a visit to Machu Picchu or any other hike.


Our knowledgeable guide will share stories about Peru’s intriguing history and provide insights into local culture on this “classic” Sacred Valley Tour departing from Cusco. Admire the magnificent Inca remains of Pisac, which have vast terraces for agriculture and a large cemetery. Explore the lively Pisac Indian Market, which is renowned for its beautiful appeal.


Visit Ollantaytambo, an archeological site famous for its Temple of the Sun, to continue your journey. Explore incredible Incan architecture shown by enormous stones that are around 12 feet (3.5 meters) tall.


Come along on this fascinating trip through Peru’s history and immerse yourself in the stunning scenery and rich cultural traditions that characterize the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Finally, on the way back to your Cusco accommodation, stop by the little village of Chinchero to see a display of vibrant traditional weaving.


Peru’s Sacred Valley: Highlights of a Day Trip

Take a full-day trip departing from Cusco to see the Sacred Valley and learn about its beauties. Start by taking a tour of the magnificent Pisac Inca complex, where you can see the Incas’ outstanding architecture and elaborate agricultural terraces that demonstrate their inventiveness.


After that, take in the lively ambiance of the Pisac Market, which is well-known for its fine souvenirs and brilliant fabrics. You will be able to see how the locals are keeping their traditional crafts and culture alive here.


Proceed towards Chinchero, a charming town rich in heritage. Explore the centuries-old practice of textile crafts that has been handed down through the generations by visiting the Weaving Cooperative.


See fascinating historical sites near the Sacred Valley with the assistance of your knowledgeable private tour guide and take in the vibrant local markets. Discover the rich history of the Inca people while taking in breathtaking scenery and getting a peek at everyday life in verdant fields overflowing with regional food.


You will be in awe of the breathtaking sights as you travel through this enchanted region that the magnificent Andes Mountains encircle. Visit an alpaca and llama farm for an amazing experience where you can get up close and personal with these fascinating animals and learn everything about South American camelids.


Finish your day with a worthwhile stroll around Ollantaytambo, another amazing and historically significant Inca monument. Your knowledgeable guides, who speak English well, will give you fascinating history about this old place.


Join us and take the quintessential traditional trip to the Vilcanota River’s hidden Sacred Valley of the Incas in Cusco. Come along with us for a reasonably priced, amazing experience. On this full-day trip, you will see spectacular Andean scenery, thriving Inca towns like Ollantaytambo, and Inca archeological sites including Pisaq, Ollantaytambo, and Chincheros.




Around 7:00 a.m., we will pick you up from your hotel to start our tour of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. We will have a beautiful one-hour ride to Pisac during our transfer, where we may enjoy the historical importance and natural beauty of this revered site.


Our first destination in Pisac will be the stunning archeological site perched above the town. Here, you will be able to see the amazing Inca farming methods that the locals utilize to grow crops on these high slopes and attain extraordinary yields. We will visit the bustling Pisac artisan market after seeing the archeological site, where you can peruse and buy a broad range of exquisitely handcrafted objects.


We will have a delicious buffet lunch at a well-known tourist restaurant in the gorgeous Urubamba Valley at noon. After lunch, we go to Ollantaytambo, which is about 76 kilometers from Cusco. Get ready to be astounded by massive, over 100-ton-carved stone slabs in Ollantaytambo. The meticulous transportation of these stones to this mountain for astronomical reasons is an architectural masterpiece that never ceases to amaze people all around the globe.


Tour to Ollantaytambo

Nestled between three valleys, Ollantaytambo is strategically significant because it provides access to the forest and a river path that leads to Machu Picchu, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Ollantaytambo is a historically significant and aesthetically stunning fortified archeological complex with control posts.


Furthermore, Ollantaytambo has won the title of “Best Tourist Town in the World” on a global scale. It is well known for having an ageless appearance due to its Inca-Colonial urban style. The city’s canal system, which distributes water around the streets while maintaining the historic environment, is a stunning example of hydraulic engineering.


Our schedule includes a visit to Chinchero, which is northwest of Cusco before we go back. Tupac Yupanqui, the Inca monarch of the Tahuantinsuyo empire, intended to build mansions for the aristocracy in this region. The ruins of these palaces, which served as the foundation for a colonial church, are still visible to tourists today. In addition to being a popular tourist destination, Chinchero protects Andean culture and antiquated farming methods. The community is well-known for growing a wide variety of potatoes and for weaving intricate textiles with rich Inca symbolism. It is very important as a must-visit location for tourists looking for a real experience.


After returning to Cusco, the tour ends at approximately 6:30 p.m., leaving you with priceless memories of your amazing trip to the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

Places to visit the Sacred Valley from Cusco:

  • Chinchero
  • Ollantaytambo
  • Pisaq
  • Archaeological complex Pisac


Included for the Sacred Valley Day Tour:

  • Hotel pick-up
  • Transportation
  • The drop-off in central Cusco
  • Lunch
  • Professional English-speaking and Spanish-speaking tour guides

Not Included for the Sacred Valley Tour:

  • Tourist ticket (70 soles per person)
  • Entrance to Maras (10 soles)
  • Additional food and Drinks


Here are some tips for your sacred valley tours

  • The best time to visit the Sacred Valley is from May to September, which is considered the dry season. There is less precipitation and more consistent weather at this time.
  • It’s important to do extensive research on different tour companies before choosing one that provides well-organized itineraries and skilled guides while wanting to see the Sacred Valley. There are several important places in the Sacred Valley that are well worth seeing, including Moray, Ollantaytambo, Pisac, Salineras de Maras, and Chinchero. Make sure the places that most interest you are included in the itinerary you have selected.
  • It’s important to dress for the predicted weather and the activities you have scheduled. The weather might change over the day, so choose layers of clothes and comfy shoes.
  • Respect for the many cultures of the indigenous peoples of the Sacred Valley ought to be of utmost importance. Ask permission before snapping pictures, and show respect for the traditions and beliefs of the area.
  • Acquire a Boleto Turistico, a pass that grants entry to many Sacred Valley locations, including Ollantaytambo, Pisac, Moray, and Chinchero. This ticket comes with a variety of alternatives, such as a full pass that gives admission to all attractions or a partial pass that only allows entrance to some areas.


Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour – 1 day

Group Service: USD 40.00 per person

Private Service: 115.00 USD (minimum of 2 people)