Inca Trail Special Service 5D

Southern Valley Tour Half Day

Overview

Overview

  • Day 1 Southern Valley

Itinerary

Day 1 Southern Valley

The Southern Valley Tour takes you to an area of Cusco that few people visit. With visits to a mix of Colonial, Inca and Pre-Inca sites it offers a snapshot in to over 800 years of Cusco’s history. Starting with visits to some of the Colonial era churches in the suburbs of Cusco you work your way down the valley stopping at the village of Huasao which is renowned for it’s witch doctors before carrying on to the beautiful Inca water temple at Tipon. From Tipon 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.

Places that are visited:

  • San Jeronimo Church
  • San Sebastian Church
  • The witch town of Huasao
  • Tipon archeological site
  • Pikillacta archeological site
  • Andahuayillas – The Sistine Chapel of America

Includes

Included

  • Round-trip transportation (tourist bus)
  • English-speaking Tour Guide

Not Included

  • Lunch

Recommendations

Recommendations

What you need to take

  • Tourist ticket
  • Sun hat
  • Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended)
  • Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
  • Water
  • Camera and films

Price

Private service price

US$210 for the group (up to 6 people), not per person!

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  • Inca Trail Special Service 5D
  • Inca Trail Special Service 5D

Sanctuary treks Peru is a fully licensed whit a lot of experience and professional tour operator around to Cusco, Peru. We offer a variety of treks and tours all over Peru, including the Inca Trail and a variety of alternative treks to Machu Picchu and traditional tours.

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