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Cusco Sacred Valley Tour – Super Sacred Valley Tour

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Tour Details

Cusco Sacred Valley Tour or Super Sacred Valley Tour is one of the most preferred full-day trips from Cusco. It takes you to all archeological sites in the Sacred Valley of the Incas including Maras Moray. 

This full-day Sacred Valley Tour starts with a visit to the archaeological site in Pisac and continues to different Inca sites in Urubamba, Ollantaytambo, Maras, Moray, and culminates with a visit to the ancient Inca ruins in Chinchero. 

This is one of our signature tours. To offer you the best of this full-day experience, we include authentic Peruvian buffet lunch at a local restaurant in Urubamba. 

We recommend signing up for the Super Sacred Valley Tour while you acclimate in Cusco. This change of attitude will help you to avoid altitude sickness. The tour offers the best introduction to the Inca civilization. This will be useful before you visit Machu Picchu.

The tour operates from Cusco in small groups. 

Departure & Return Location

Cusco Hotel Transfer

Departure Time

0700 AM

Price Includes

  • Roundtrip transport
  • Bi-Lingual local tour guide
  • Buffet lunch in Urubamba

Price Excludes

  • Entrance tickets to archaeological sites USD 20 (70 Soles per person)
  • Entrance to Maras 10 Soles
  • Any Private Expenses

Recommended To Carry

  • Water and Snacks
  • Sunscreen
  • Peruvian Soles in cash
  • Travel Insurance

Cusco - Pisac - Urubamba

We will be picking you up from your hotel in Cusco at 0700 AM. Then in our private transport we will embark on a journey to Pisac. On our way we’ll be having a quick stop at a viewpoint in Taray. 

It offers a stunning view of the valley below. You will be able to see Urubamba river snaking through the villages in the Sacred Valley of Incas. 

Pisac is home to one of the massive and a beautiful inca site perched on a hilltop overlooking the village. We will be driving you up the hill to the main entrance of the complex. Here our local expert will be giving you a guided tour of the complex. 

After touring the complex, we will be driving you down to the main plaza. During weekends, the narrow cobblestone streets here get filled with local people selling their handicrafts. 

Once you have had your fill of this beautiful village, we will be driving you to Urubamba. It is the lowest part in the Sacred Valley of Incas. Here we will be stopping for a buffet lunch at a local restaurant. 


After relishing a typical meal, we will be continuing the tour and will be visiting Ollantaytambo. This was the most prominent site during the Inca empire. Here you will be able to witness the advancement of Incas town planning. Ollantaytambo is one of the oldest and continuously inhabited villages of the Inca empire. 

The village is sandwiched between two Inca ruins. This is also the place from where you will be boarding the train to Machu Picchu and Inca Trail. 

Maras, Moray & Chinchero

After touring Ollantaytambo, we will be visiting Maras and Moray. Both these sites have played a prominent role and continue to do even today. Moray is home to circular agricultural terraces which served as an agricultural laboratory to Incas. 

Maras is home to the salt mines. It has been passed down generation after generation. Locals here continue to practice the traditional Solar Evaporation salt farming method. Our local expert will be explaining to you in detail. 

Culminating the full day sacred valley tour, we will be visiting Chinchero. It is home to Andean textile. This beautiful and serene village is often overlooked by tourists. It houses a white washed church which was once a royal palace of Incan emperor Pachacutec. 

Among all sites in Sacred Valley, Chinchero has the most fertile soil. During the Inca civilization, under the leadership of Pachacutec, they built many farming terraces. The water channels here are a testament to the advancement of Inca engineering. 

Later in the evening, we will be driving you back to Cusco city. We will be dropping you off at Plaza Regocijo, a block away from Cusco’s main square – Plaza de Armas.


Is the Sacred Valley worth visiting?

Yes, without a doubt the Sacred Valley is a great place to visit. The Sacred Valley is full of ancient Inca ruins. The most notable are Pisac, Ollantaytambo, and Moray. However, this valley also has numerous small andean cities rich in history and tradition, such as Urubamba and Chinchero.

How do I get to Sacred Valley from Cusco?

The Sacred Valley can be easily visited by just taking a private car or a bus from Cusco. Usually, the first place to visit in the Sacred Valley is the town of Pisac, which can be reached after driving for around 2 and a half hours.

Should I stay in Sacred Valley or Cusco?

Both the Sacred Valley and Cusco are great places to stay while visiting the region. Due to its geographical location, the Sacred Valley in general provides a much warmer climate, while Cusco city is colder, specially during June and September.

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Eliott Wolfe

Solo Traveller

Visit the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, you cannot avoid being impressed in the masterpieces of the architecture created several centuries ago. What you might not have expected to discover is the “energy” that fills the spirit to explore these sites.

The Temple of the Sun was one of my favorites: many areas for hiking, fantastic views from the top; the importance of this place in the Inca culture; and the city of Ollantaytambo. Get there early, make sure you get up to the top and walk all the way.

December 13, 2021

Irwine Shaun

Couple Traveller

We signed up for biking tours to the Sacred Valley and eventually changed for this. This was certainly the best experience we had in South America.

February 13, 2020