Historical Locations2018-12-05T20:34:55+00:00

Historical Locations

Go to the most famous locations, and get to know their history and what made these locations what they are today

Machu Picchu

The destination dreamed by many, surrounded by mountains and impressive landscapes that will surprise you. Feel the excitement of visiting the fourth wonder of the modern world, fill with energy and the magic of the place and enjoy the beautiful landscapes that you will be able to appreciate from the exit of the city of Cusco until your arrival at  Machu Picchu citadel. Come to know the masterpiece of the Incas,

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Sacred Valley of the Incas

Have a perfect day to discover the wonderful sacred Valley.
Immerse yourself in the culture and customs of the "Sacred Valley of the Incas".

We will begin the tour in the beautiful town of Pisac, where we will visit the typical market where you can appreciate the famous handicrafts fair, that in typical holidays you can appreciate the band of traditional musicians and dances presented in honor of the Virgin of Carmen. Then we will ascend to the archaeological group of PISAC.

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Maras Moray

We will visit the center of Interpretation of Andean fabrics where you'll be fascinated by the demonstration of the process that the alpaca wool goes into to become a garment. We will then enjoy a delicious coca mate.

The dazzling Moray possesses the most advanced Inca agricultural engineering, during our visit we can appreciate the terraces system that overlap and form huge terraces. In time of the Incas Moray was considered as an Inca laboratory.

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South Valley

We will see in-front of our eyes the formidable archaeological center of Tipón. This is a sample of how fantastic the Incas were because they applied admirable techniques of hydraulic engineering that we can still see their water sources and channels that run water for centuries.
We will continue the visit to Pikillaqta Archaeological Center pre Inca of the Wari culture made of mud, we can appreciate its streets that still remain almost intact;

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