Private Full-Day Tour to The Archaeological Site of Pisaq in Sacred Valley
"Your journey through the Sacred Valley will begin around 8:00am when you will be picked up from your hotel. With our private transport we will head for the Sacred Valley of the Incas. In Pisaq you will be able to enjoy the wonders of the valley for the place of its archaeological center lies on the mountain in harmony with nature. The village of Pisaq has an enormous cultural attractiveness because of its colonial streets and impressive hills around it which form a charming landscape. Part of its attractiveness is also the handcraft market.Short Inca Trail to Pisaq is the stunning combination of Inca ruins magnificent mountains exotic vegetation and extraordinary ecological variety. The trail goes through the Archaeological Site of Pisaq Sun temple
"The Amaru community offer to their visitors one of the most relevant traditional activities the textile process. They will teach the entire processes of creating each textile from the dying the wool with natural plants until the final product. For the ethnology botanical lovers the locals will teach their knowledge about natural plants used in traditional medicine.The archaeological center of Pisac is one of the most important attractions near to the community only 40 minutes away from Amaru a magnificent temple of Inca control built in the 15th century.Uncover the mystery of the iconography of the tissues of Yachaqs
"We will meet you at your hotel in Cuso and board our transport. Then we will drive you from Cusco passing Saqsaywaman & Tambomachay over the mountains towards the Sacred Valley and descend 1500 feet to the valley floor of the sacred Urubamba river and the village of Pisac where we will visit a traditional market where you can buy some local souvenirs.Then we will drive to exp residences altars channels carvings tunnels/caves and the famous Intihuatana “The hitching post of the Sun"". After this amazing visit we will drive for about 40 minutes to the Lunch stop in Urubamba. Here we will enjoy a buffet lunch (not included). After lunch we continue our jou
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