Ollantaytambo to Cusco Tour

Ollantaytambo to Cusco Tour

From US$ 80 per person

Ollantaytambo to Cusco Tour is the guided tour of archaeological sites and places of interest along Sacred Valley to Cusco city.

Ollantaytambo Day Trip was designed for those who are on the way back to Cusco or the airport after Machu Picchu tour, here you’ll fulfill the bucket list with some highlights from this destination.

Sacred Valley Tour from Ollantaytambo is exclusively created to start from Ollantaytambo, Urubamba, train station (upon your arrival from Machu Picchu), or another location and end in Cusco (hotel) or airport to take your flight to home. 

This tour is completely customizable, which means you can make your add-ons or focus on certain interests, where our private guides will offer you with more unique experiences; we will tailor this adventure to your specifications.

Since exploring the Ollantaytambo, Moray, Maras Salt mines, Pisac, Chinchero or chicha-brewing lesson, wool-dyeing & weaving demonstration or just some stops at scenic spot en route and get local typical markets, optimized to make sure you get the best out of every moment, we know how you like to travel and what kind of activities make your vacation meaningful to you.

Places to visit in Sacred Valley Tour from Ollantaytambo to Cusco

  • Chinchero Inca ruins & colonial church
  • Moray Incan farming testing center
  • Maras salt ponds
  • Ollantaytambo Incan ruins & Ollantaytambo town
  • Pisac ruins
  • Local markets
  • Stop offs en route

The following “à-la-carte” tours are explored in 1 day starting in Ollantaytambo and finishing in Cusco Sacred Valley of the Incas or Urubamba Valley is a huge valley which encompasses over 100 km/ 63 miles of distance, where the Incan civilization took all the valley as they were conquering to the jungle side of Cusco, this valley offered them a great climate to develop the agriculture, reason of that today the farming terraces are still laying along the valley or adorning any mountain as a patch, as well as, the climate was the main factor to start their palaces and temples along the valley and today those places are the must-see ones while your trip to Cusco and Machu Picchu.

The popular part of Sacred Valley of the Incas is located between Pisac and Ollantaytambo, this part of the valley draws many visitors, a section where Chinchero, Maras salt ponds, Moray, and other Incan ruins are located. The name of Sacred Valley is not from the Incan times, it is part of modern Inca inspired myths, based on the special importance that this valley had in the ancient Incan days. There are endless chances to explore its natural landscapes, ancient ruins, as well as living and ancient cultures.

We have crafted itineraries that might suit perfectly to your timing or places that just appeal to you. These tours are totally customizable, see the options on the following lines.

Options to Choose on Sacred Valley Tour From Ollantaytambo 

If come up with any question regarding the following options, do not hesitate to let us know, we are here to help.

Option 1: Moray, Maras Salt Mines, Pisac Ruins, & Llama/Alpaca Farm

This option allows you to explore Maras salt mines, Moray circular terraces, and Pisac ruins. A bucket-list for everyone.

Maras Incan salt ponds, which was the main provider salt center to Cusco and it’s still even today for many communities around and the Sacred Valley, where locals still farm the salt by hands as the Incas used to do it centuries ago. Moray, an Incan farming research center, because of this place, today we are able to have over 3000 types of potatoes and other plants. Pisac, famous for its massive farming terraces, which cover the hillsides of tall mountains, and a great place to  go shopping if want to browse its bustling colorful local market.

Option 2: Ollantaytambo Ruins, Maras Salt Mines, Moray, & Chinchero

This option allows you to explore Maras salt mines, Ollantaytambo ruins, Moray circular terraces, and Chinchero ruins.

Another bucket-list for everyone. Ollantaytambo, famous for its temple of the sun whose 100 tons of construction rocks were brought from 5 miles away, and it’s still very well preserved. Maras Incan salt ponds, which was the main provider salt center to Cusco and it’s still even today for many communities around and the Sacred Valley, where locals still farm the salt by hands as the Incas used to do it centuries ago. Moray, an Incan farming research center, because of this place, today we are able to have over 3000 types of potatoes and other plants. Chinchero a quaint village of great weavers with a lovely XVII colonial church and some Incan archeological remains.

Option 3: Ollantaytambo Ruins, Pisac Ruins, Pisac Market, & Llama/Alpaca Farm

This option is the famous and popular Classic Sacred Valley but visited in the opposite way, this way you will avoid the crowds. 

This tour allows you to explore Ollantaytambo ruins and Pisac ruins and its local market.

Ollantaytambo, famous for its temple of the sun whose 100 tons of construction rocks were brought from 5 miles away, and it’s still very well preserved, as well as its typical streets in the town are still original as the Incas left behind centuries ago due to the Spanish collision. Pisac, famous for its massive agricultural terraces, which cover the hillsides of tall mountains and are very visible from far distances, a great place to go shopping if want to browse its bustling colorful local market. This option also allows you to visit a local farm of alpaca and llama, a great place to get your snapshot with llama or alpaca. 

Option 4. Absolute Sacred Valley (Ollantaytambo, Maras salt Mines, Moray, Pisac)

An absolute way to explore the highlights of the Sacred Valley in one day, not missing anything! This tour is perfect for those who do not have enough time to visit it in more days or have very limited time, but still with huge desires to see complete Sacred Valley.

This option allows you to explore Ollantaytambo ruins, Maras salt ponds, Moray circular terraces, and Pisac ruins.

Ollantaytambo, famous for its temple of the sun whose 100 tons of construction rocks were brought from 5 miles away, and it’s still very well preserved. Maras Incan salt ponds, which was the main provider salt center to Cusco and it’s still even today for many communities around and the Sacred Valley, where locals still farm the salt by hands as the Incas used to do it centuries ago. Moray, an Incan farming research center, because of this place, today we are able to have over 3000 types of potatoes and other plants. Pisac, famous for its massive agricultural terraces, which cover the hillsides of tall mountains and are very visible from far distances, a great place to go shopping if want to browse its bustling colorful local market. This option also allows you to visit a local farm of alpaca and llama, a great place to get your snapshot with llama or alpaca.

Included

  • Private transportation with a professional driver.
  • All transfer service to pick up from your hotel and drop you off at your hotel or another different place like the airport, or pick up from the train station. Just let us know.
  • Professional tour guide.
  • Entrance ticket to visit the described Incan sites according to selected options.

Excluded

  • Lunch.
  • Extra expenses.
  • Tipping (expected but not compulsory. your own appreciation)

Pricing

US$130 per person (2 up to 3)

US$105 per person (4 up to 6)

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If you have questions and doubts about Ollantaytambo to Cusco Tour, take your time in telling us your inquiries and we’ll show you a lot more options to do (re-design).

Just email us at:

andeannwayss@gmail.com

Or WhatsApp us to:

+51 965154772 (Fredy, the guy responsible of answering your emails and inquiries at headquarter)

How to book

  1. You can get it fully booked by paying an Initial Amount via PayPal and the Total Balance must be paid in USD or PEN cash at the end of tour, then this is how you’ll get your Tour Confirmation from us.
  2. After we receive your “Booking Request”, we'll back to you as soon as possible with the PayPal link and the exact first amount to be paid.
  3. Additional information and requirements will be detailed on the email (or via WhatsApp).

After we receive your email we'll back to you as soon as possible with the PayPal link.

The exact amount and additional requirements will be sent to you later.

Booking Request