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Machu Picchu - Custom Package

What to expect... Travel back to the 13th and 16th century when the largest empire that ever existed in South America ruled: the Incas. Both fascinating and mysterious, people are constantly in awe at their agriculture, city, and agriculture planning and their immeasurable wealth. So how did this strong army of 50,000 men lose its kingdom to 200 Spaniards? The overlooked city in the clouds, Machu Picchu. Embark on an exciting discovery through this incredible ruined city and the Sacred Valley. 



You'll be picked up early in the morning in Cuzco to start your trip to Valle Sagrado, or "the sacred valley." As the name suggests, this place of great importance for the Incas, visible through its ruins of a fortress, ceremonial site and growing area. Marvel in the beautiful nature of the valley with it's green slopes, colorful fields, steep mountains and the Urubamba River. Go to the Ccorao and Taray viewpoints and visit a local market with a variety colorful of fruits, crafts, jewelry and clothing. You'll enjoy a lunch at a typical buffet-style restaurant in Urubamba before exploring Ollantaytambo, an archaeological center, not only housing ruins but a vibrant village of 2,000 people. Many of the houses still stand on the foundations of the past, so an Incan-style architecture is still visible today. Unterkunft im Hotel Mabey Urubamba* (Classic) / Hotel Aranwa Valle* (Comfort)  Verpflegung: Lunch
* or similar
Discover the Lost City of the Incas! First, you'll travel to Aguas Calientes by train and on to Machu Picchu by bus. The first look at the nearly 600 year old ruins will overwhelm you. An ancient city built in 1440 AD, almost completely intact. You'll see a large temple, tall houses, stepped terraces, and a square, all connected with intricate staircases and a systematic water supply. Formerly home to around 4,000 Incas, this city is now a ghost town. Wander around between the incredible stone and marvel at the unparalleled architectural perfection. So much history behind Machu Picchu still remains a mystery, even though it was discovered around 100 years ago. The reason it was built and abandoned is unknown. With the help of our expert guide, and your own findings, you may be able to piece together your own theory. And for a very special view of the historical legacy you can book the Optional Offer to go to Huayna Picchu, a steep rocky mountain next to Machu Picchu. Unterkunft im Hotel Mabey Urubamba* (Classic) / Hotel Aranwa Valle* (Comfort)     Verpflegung: Breakfast
*or similar
Unfortunately, today is your day of departure. As you have not been able to see all the treasures of the Sacred Valley, you may want to use this last day for one of our Optional Offers. Of course, should you wish to stay longer in Machu Picchu or in neighboring destinations, we can happily arrange that for you.  Verpflegung: Breakfast



  • 2 nights in hotels with breakfast
  • Transfer from the hotel in Cuzco to Valle Sagrado
  • Transfer from the hotel in Valle Sagrado to the train in Ollantaytambo
  • Transfer from Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu and back (train and bus)
  • Visit to Pisac, Ollantaytambo und Machu Picchu including English-speaking guide and entrance fees
  • Lunch in Urubamba

Not Included

  • Other meals and drinks (1 lunch, 2 dinners)
  • Hike in Huayna Picchu
  • Tips and gratuities

    Combine this trip with


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    • Famous capital of the Incas
    • Optional: Street Food Tour


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    • 10,000 years of history


    • 3 days / 2 nights
    • Folklore capital
    • Gate to the Titicaca-Lake


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    Optional Offers

    Climbing Huayna Picchu

    Want to get the best view of the valley? Climb Huayna Picchu, the "young peak." Higher than Machu Picchu, this mountain rises majestically behind the city, offering quite a sight. Of course, you should be okay with heights. Requires good physical condition as there are partly very steep and narrow paths.  Price on request
    includes: admission to Huayna Picchu, with guide Duration: about 3 hours, ascent only in the morning (around 07:00) / morning (about 10:00 pm) *Can only be booked as a group trek with other participants on Day 2 before visiting Machu Picchu

    Quad Riding in the Sacred Valley

    Route 1: Maras and Moray

    Start your ride in Maras, a small village in the Sacred Valley. The first stopping point is the archaeological site of Moray. Here you'll find circular Incan terraces created at different heights, with their purpose remaining unknown. From the Temple of Maras, you'll continue on to the highest salt mines in the world: The Salineras de Maras, which are likely more than 1,000 years old, pre-Incan time. Price on request
    incl. English speaking guide, transportation, entrie fees to Maras & Moray For safety reasons, the second part of this route will be traveled by car. 
    Duration: about 3.5 hours, departing at 13:30  

    Route 2: Sacred Valley and Huayllabamba

    This is one of the most scenic routes through the valley. Visit Yucay, Huayllabamba, Urquillos and Calca and the ruins of Urqo, a temple from the Inca period.  Price on request
    incl. English speaking guide, transportation, entrance fee to Uno Urqo Duration: about 3.5 hours, departing at 13:30

    Bike Tour: Laguna Huaypo & Maras

    Experience the Sacred Valley by bike! You'll enjoy the beautiful and unique landscape in the footsteps of the Incas. You'll stop at the salt mines in Maras, where you'll see why the Incas referred to it as "white gold." This tour is sure to leave a lasting impression. Price on request
    incl. English speaking guide, transportation, snacks, entrance fee to Maras Duration: about 3 hours, departing at 13:30