Also known as “La Fortaleza de los Cuernos” (for its translation from Quechua), it is located in the district of Pomacanchis (4,163 meters above sea level). It will be the destination of this walk in which we will pass through wonderful natural landscapes and picturesque towns.
The Sacred Valley of Cusco has much to offer: a variety of important archaeological centers such as Ollantaytambo and Sacsayhuamán, a beautiful natural environment and picturesque towns where ancient customs and traditions such as in Pisac and Chinchero are still preserved. In The Sacred Valley you will live an unforgettable experience!
Machu Picchu is unique and this day will be memorable for you. Built in stone (with Inca engineering techniques that are still an admirable mystery to the world today) it represents the greatness of the Empire of the Incas and constitutes a world heritage site that will amaze you not only for its imposing beauty but also for its positive and powerful energy that all its visitors say they experience.
“The navel of the world” is what Cusco means in Spanish. And the name is not a joke, as it was the center of the great Inca empire whose domains reached today’s Bolivia, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador and Colombia. In this charming city you will be not only amazed by the legacy of the Incas – you will also find breath-taking collections of art and pre-Inca, colonial and republican architecture.
Known as ‘The White City’, Arequipa is located between two volcanoes (whose volcanic rock was widely used in its particular colonial architecture); here you can visit its museums on site, with works of art from various schools. In this adventure you will also know the Colca Canyon, interesting pre-Inca ruins and you will be able to observe some species such as llamas and alpacas.
Puno, located in the Andean highlands, is a city where an important part of Peruvian folklore lives and has in its vicinity important archaeological remains of pre-Inca cultures. It is also located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, which makes it the starting point to navigate its waters and get to know its islands, inhabited by people who preserve the customs and lifestyle of their ancestors.