CHOQUEQUIRAO TREK CLASSIC 4 DAYS

You can visit the architectural complex Choquequirao is situated in Vilcabamba at 3100 meters, considered the last Inka refuge and place of resistance from the invaders, when doing ....

INCA JUNGLE TRAIL 4 DAYS

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INCA QUARRY TREK 4 DAYS

The quarry of Cachicata was the place of extraction of the stones that were used for the construction of Ollantaytambo and many surrounding areas....

INCA TRAIL CLASSIC 4 DAYS

In the upper area close to the Skies, the Incas built one of their best-preserved cities, now recognized as one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. Many travelers and adventurers come....

RAINBOW MOUNTAIN FULL DAY

According to the research, the coloration of the rainbow mountain is due to the composition of minerals that it has: the pink color is for the red clay, fangolitas and arilitas. The whitish, for the quartzose ...

domingo, 11 de noviembre de 2018

WALKING TOUR CUSCO


Cusco (Qosqo in Quechua), means navel of the world, and is one of the most extensive regions of Peru. Its geographical location has allowed it to develop agriculturally, highlighting the cultivation of corn, quinoa, barley, potatoes, tea and coffee. Today Tourism is its main source of income, due to the great archaeological wealth left by the Tahuantinsuyo empire and the passage of the Spaniards. It is undoubtedly the city that preserves the most beautiful and important archaeological monuments of Peru and America, among them Macchu Pichu, being in this way the first tourist destination in our country, an important tourist destination for those who come to appreciate the impressive Inca architecture; made with originality and perfection the works in stone.

Useful Information

- Capital: The city of Cusco.
- Location: In the central and southern area of Peru, 1 494 km from the city of Lima.
- Altitude: 3,399 m.s.n.m
- Climate: Cold and dry weather, and average annual temperature of 11 ° C. The rainy season is from November to April.
- Extension: 71,892 Km2.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Cusco was once the capital of the Inca Empire and one of the most important cities of the Viceroyalty of Peru.
The city of Cusco currently holds many titles that have been attributed due to its history, archeology, anthropology and architecture:
- Cusco Cultural Heritage.
- Cusco Archaeological Capital of America.
- Cusco Historical Capital of Peru.
- Cusco Navel of the World.
During the Viceroyalty big houses, stunning churches and convents were built upon Inca foundations, such constructions have magnificent works of art inside.

sábado, 10 de noviembre de 2018

Southern Valley Cusco


This Tour Starting with the visit to the beautiful Inca water temple at Tipon. From here you carry on to the extensive Pre-Inca site of Pikillacta which was constructed by the Wari culture who occupied the Cusco region before the arrival of the Inca and finally visit the church of Andahuayillas which is known as the Sistine Chapel of the Americas due to its ornate decorations.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • The archaeological site of Tipón is located near Oropesa in the community of Choquepata, 27 km away. to the southeast of Cusco, next to the Cusco-Puno highway. It contains enclosures, terraces and an intact canal.
  • Tipón is in the list of the 16 most important archaeological sites for the tourist that visits Cusco. 
  • Piquillacta is an archaeological site formed by the remains of a pre-Hispanic city. It is located in the district of Lucre, province of Quispicanchi, department of Cusco, southeast of the city of Cusco, in the basin of the Lucre River and Vilcanota.
  • Piquillacta was one of the most important administrative centers of the Wari culture, between the VI to IX centuries of our era, and represents the planned wari urbanism par excellence. 
  • Piquillacta is an archaeological site formed by the remains of a pre-Hispanic city. It is located in the district of Lucre, province of Quispicanchi, department of Cusco, southeast of the city of Cusco, in the basin of the Lucre River and Vilcanota.
  • Piquillacta was one of the most important administrative centers of the Wari culture, between the VI to IX centuries of our era, and represents the planned wari urbanism par excellence.

MARAS AND MORAY


Two of the most important tourist attractions in the Sacred Valley of the Incas are Maras and Moray. In these places you can see part of our millenary culture and tradition in its different stages such as pre-Inca, Inka, colonial and republican. We invite you to know a little more about these tourist attractions and visit a part of the beautiful sacred valley.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Moray was possibly an Inca agricultural research center where crop experiments were carried out at different altitudes.
During the month of October hundreds of people from neighboring communities attend the circular terraces of Moray to celebrate the Moray Raymi or Fiesta del Sol. The celebrations include folk dances related to land, agricultural products and labor.
In Maras, its church and houses still have the crests of indigenous nobility in their facades.
The salt mines of Maras are made up of about 3000 small wells with an average area of about 5 m² each.

viernes, 9 de noviembre de 2018

SACRED VALLEY TOUR


The Sacred Valley of the Incas, in the Andes of Cusco, is made up of numerous rivers that descend by ravines and small valleys pruduct from the melting of the great glasers; It has numerous archaeological monuments and Andean towns. This valley was very appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the main production points for the wealth of its lands and the place where the best corn grain in Peru is produced.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • The Sacred Valley (2850 meters), in the Peruvian Andes, is composed of numerous rivers flowing through canyons and valleys. It has numerous archaeological monuments and Andean villages. 
  • The Sacred Valley was very appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities.
  • It was one of the main points of production due to the richness of its land, it’s currently the place where the best maize in Peru is produced. 
  • In this valley we can see beautiful colonial towns, which now show its mix of architecture, art and living culture.

miércoles, 7 de noviembre de 2018

CITY TOUR CUSCO


Cusco (Qosqo in Quechua), means navel of the world, and is one of the most extensive regions of Peru. Its geographical location has allowed it to develop agriculturally, highlighting the cultivation of corn, quinoa, barley, potatoes, tea and coffee. Today Tourism is its main source of income, due to the great archaeological wealth left by the Tahuantinsuyo empire and the passage of the Spaniards. It is undoubtedly the city that preserves the most beautiful and important archaeological monuments of Peru and America, among them Machu Pichu, being in this way the first tourist destination in our country, an important tourist destination for those who come to appreciate the impressive Inca architecture; made with originality and perfection the works in stone.

martes, 6 de noviembre de 2018

INCA TRAIL IMPERIAL


IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 
  •  The Qhapaq Ñan or Inca Trail is an extensive network of roads perfected by the Incas, which aimed to unite the diverse peoples of Tawantinsuyu for an efficient management of existing resources throughout the Andean territory. 
  •  The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is considered by experts as one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world. 
  •  The Inca Trail is among the 10 best treks in the world according to various investigations of various companies and webpages specialized in travel. 
  •  Machu Picchu was built by the Inca Pachacutec around the year 1460. 
  •  Machu Picchu is one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World, Heritage of Humanity, Historical Sanctuary of Peru and probably the most important archaeological site in Latin America. 
  •  Machu Picchu is the most important symbol of the Inca Empire, once called the "Lost City of the Incas".

Brief Itinerary

- DAY 1: CUSCO - OLLANTAYTAMBO – WAYLLABAMBA
- DAY 2: WAYLLABAMBA - WARMIWAÑUSCA PASS – PACAYMAYO
- DAY 3: PACAYMAYO - SAYACMARCA - PHUYUPATAMARCA
- DAY 4: PHUYUPATAMARCA - WIÑAYWAYNA - MACHU PICCHU - AGUAS CALIENTES
- DAY 5: MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO

lunes, 5 de noviembre de 2018

INCA TRAIL CLASSIC


more information: Inca trail
In the upper area close to the Skies, the Incas built one of their best-preserved cities, now recognized as one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. Many travelers and adventurers come to explore the fantastic nature, beautiful landscapes and archaeological sites around the Inca trail, to finally get dazzled by the majesty of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.

Useful Information

Starting Altitude – 2720m / 8920ft.
Highest Altitude – 4217m / 13,780ft.
Walking Distance – 45km / 26 miles
Longest Day – Day 2, approximately 16km / 9.9 miles
Coldest Night – Day 2 around 0º celsius
Overall Difficulty – Moderate
STARTING POINT: - Cusco at your hotel