SACRED VALLEY OF THE INCAS

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SACRED VALLEY OF THE INCAS

VISITING PISAQ OLLANTAYTAMBO AND CHINCHERO A TOUR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY KNOWING THE INCA’S SUPPORTS

About the Sacred Valley of the Incas, it`s composed of mountains and valley connected by the Urubamba river between the village of Pisaq and Ollantaytambo. Precisely in those two place are located the most important archeological sites of the region. Some historians sustain that the according to the mythology, the valley had sacred character, because the river that flows along the valley was finally joining the milky way, the celestial river. For that reason in the Sacred Valley built a series of sanctuaries to observe and revere the constellations. The study for the Incas did in the universe was recorded myths and in same chronicles Spanish, but the greater part of this knowledge has been lost. However the scholars have managed to outline an approximation of their observations on the constellations, probably the Incas classified as : The shining ones (joining the most brilliants stars in order to create shapes), The dark ones (formed by the dark zones of the universe). The figures obtained, but obviously related to the world that surrounded the Andean culture of the condor, llama, etc.

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    All about the SACRED VALLEY OF THE INCAS.

    Useful Information

    Daily departures from Cusco Office or plaza rejoicing,
    Hours: 9:00 am
    Pick from Hotel for Private Service (08:30am).
    Hours: from 09:00am to 06:00 pm.


    Places that are visited

    Pisac Market
    Pisac archeological site
    Ollantaytambo
    Chinchero


    What you need to take:

    Tourist ticket (not included in price)
    Sun hat
    Sun protection cream (factor 35 recommended)
    Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
    Water
    Camera and films
    Money fotr lunch, shopping, fees, etc.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • Round-trip transportation (tourist bus)nglish-speaking Tour Guide
    • English-speaking Tour Guide
    Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Tourist Ticket for archeological sites
    • Lunch in Urubamba (a town lying between Pisac and Ollantaytambo)
    1. City Easy SACRED VALLEY OF THE INCAS

      Itinerary of Sacred Valley :

      PISAQ :
      It’s the first way in this tour, it is situated in the highest point of the sacred valley, at 33 Kms from the city of Cusco, it’s very interesting to visit pisaq, because the local people are wearing their best clothes to show to the foreign people. And also you must the market you can find the most beautiful variety of handicraft besides you will have a tour at the Incas Site of Pisaq where you can observe a huge system of terraces for the cultive, as in the past by high slopes with amazing pretric remain in which The Intiwatana is the most important.
      URUBAMBA :
      It is located at 78 Kms. From the city of Cusco in the road towards Pisaq. Situaded in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. It was very popular for it’s fertility. And also is located in the bottom of the peaks of Chicon and Pumahuanca and finally it’s meeting the best typical food as the region of Cusco, in which we are going to take our lunch.
      OLLANTAYTAMBO :
      following the tour schedule Ollantaytambo it’s located in the north zone of the Valley, at 97 Kms. From the city of Cusco. We can find this fortress on the bank of Urubamba river. It is the only Inca Site that keeps intact it’s buildings which are used as homes for living for its actual holders. On the top there is the Temple of the Sun, built with huges rocks, the intiwatana, the baths of the princess with an fantastic fountains, in the other side of the mountain is meeting the lord Tunupa and under him there are depots food.
      The legend says that this name is due to the Cacique Ollanta who had fall in love of Inca Pachakutec’s daughter called kusi Q’oyllur for that reason every year is celebrated the Ollantay Raymi..
      CHINCHERO :
      It’s the last place of this tour, and to get to Chinchero we have to come back to Urubamba and from there to Chinchero, once more, we can see the Colonial church, which was built over the Inka wall, and finally we gonna back to the city of Cusco at 6:30 pm about.That’s all folk.