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4 Day Machu Picchu * Sacred Valley * Cusco - Guided Tour *Adventure

4 Day Machu Picchu * Sacred Valley * Cusco - Guided Tour *Adventure



This tours offers the best highlights of Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley and the City of Cusco. Travelers will go home fully satisfied to have had this incomparable experience. A tour designed to bring you inside the culture of the Incas. Beautiful landscapes, snow cap mountains, colorful fields of golden grains, crops, and wildflowers are part of the backdrop as we travel through the majestic plains of Chicheros.

  • Immerse in the living culture of the local weavers, discovering how they create and dyed their wool, how they make their different natural colors from local plants and insects like the cochinilla.

  • Savor delicious gourmet options at a buffet 5-star restaurant featuring the best fresh vegetables and fruits grown in the Valley of Urubamba, known for its abundance of minerals and nutrients.  Enjoy a very unique and flavorful lunch while listening to the sounds of the panflutes and quenas of the Andean Music.

  • Participate in a typical spiritual Inca ceremony as a High Inca Priest performs a prayer mandala called 'despacho' with the intention to bring into relationship and alignment the physical body, the emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of participants in order to manifest abundance, health, and healthy relationships.

  • We will visit renowned ceramist Pablo Seminario and wife Marilú Behar famous for cultivating Inca motifs into their modern ceramics.


Within the living culture, we will stop at Moray the belly of the earth and Maras, visit the Urubamba valley, Chincheros, Ollantaytambo, Aguas Calientes Village and their famous market. We will spend one full day in Machu Picchu to return to the city of Cuzco for our final exploration.




DAY 1. - Our professional driver will pick you up at your downtown hotel in the City of Cusco between 7:45 and 8:00 am. You will be offered a 'mate de coca', coca leaf tea to help you adjust to the altitude of Cusco. We will travel the Chinchero plateaus (45 min) where you will be able to experience mesmerizing views of snowed cap mountains, the revered Sacred Apus of the Incas. We will visit the weavers, their alpacas and llamas to have an experience of their daily life. Right after that, we will head to Moray to experience one of the Inca marvels, Moray concentric circles served as a sophisticated way to domesticate the rainforest plants to make them suitable for the Andean dry weather. By creating microclimates at different hight levels they were able to acclimate the plants for the Andes. After Moray we continue to Maras for a short visit of the salt beds followed by a delicious lunch in downtown Urubamba. From there we visit the Ceramic Shop of Pablo Seminario, and then afterward we go to the Village of Ollantaytambo to visit the art crafts and have dinner. That night we stay at Doña Julia's retreat center.



DAY 2. -  Early visit of the grounds. Today is a day to connect with Pachamama, to meditate and reflect in the flower garden. At 8:00 am please come to the cafeteria for delicious fruits and continental breakfast. At 9:00 am we will have our Inca Priest/Priestess  'despacho' ceremony, a beautiful prayer mandala offering to mother Earth. Please prepare your intentions and be ready to connect deeply as the priest will do a clearing on you and later a blessing bestowing on you an energetic transmission or spiritual activation to connect you to the Earth and the Cosmos. Our Inca priests are renowned worldwide, they are a real ancestral Inca gift to humanity. Expect the unexpected and surrender to this wonderful mystical experience. By 11:30 you will participate in a typical Inca meal called Pachamanca. The Inca cooked their meats and vegetables inside the earth by heating up lava rocks and placing the meats on top of them and then covering everything with banana leaves prior to burying it with soil. This way of cooking allows the meats and vegetables to slow simmer and retain it's moist. An Incan delicatessen indeed. After lunch, you will be transferred to the railroad station to take the train to 'Aguas Calientes', the Machu Picchu Village. You will stay at Gringo Bills or similar hotel. Gringo Bills is a quaint hotel with lots of history behind. Recommendations for your dinner at the village: El Indio Feliz, a 5-star French Peruvian cuisine restaurant. Free nocturnal visit to the market or local shops. 



DAY 3. -  Early departure to the Citadel of Machu Picchu (5 am). Together we will take the bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu that lasts 25 minutes.

Upon arriving at Machu Picchu, you will enter the site (please have your passport stamped!) and your guide will give you a tour of the citadel for 2-3 hours. After the guided tour, there will be free time to explore, take pictures, or hike as the Puerta del Sol (Inti Punku). If you are interested in climbing the Huayna Picchu mountain we need 3 months in advance to buy this ticket as it sells out fast. Upon return to the village, you can have lunch at any restaurant you please, look for the ones that have live entertainment. We will take back the train to Ollantaytambo late in the afternoon. Night sleep at Doña Julia's Retreat Center or similar.



DAY 4. -   Breakfast at the retreat center. Visit the Citadel of Ollantaytambo.  Built strategically by the Inca Pachakuti to stop any invaders, from getting to Machu Picchu. Guided tour of the sacred site. Lunch on the go. Afternoon visit to the Village of Pisac and it's colorful Andean Artcraft Market and/or visit of Pisac's Sacred Site. Return to the City of Cusco and drop off at your hotel.



    • Overnight accommodation in Ollantaytambo on day 1 & 3, Aguas Calientes on day 2.

    • Entrance fees to Machu Picchu

    • Private transport, train to and from Aguas Calientes, bus tickets to and from Machu Picchu, entrance fees to Machu Picchu, a private guided tour of the site, hotel in Aguas Calientes (Gringo Bills or similar caliber--upgrades possible if desired), private transport to the hotel upon return, coca tea

    • Local guide

    • Local, professional English speaking guide

    • Hotel pickup and drop-off

    • Inca priest Ceremony

    • Pachamanca lunch 2nd day

    • Round-trip private transfer

    • 3 nights accommodation (price based on double occupancy)

    • All breakfasts




    • Food and drinks at lunch and dinners, alcoholic beverages except for Pachamanca  lunch on day 2

    • Gratuities (recommended)


    Additional Info

    • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability

    • Passport name, number, expiration date, and country are required at the time of booking for all travelers. Email picture of passport at

    • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

    • Peru Rail only allows for a small daypack on the train to Aguas Calientes



    Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, please cancel at least 3 months in advance of the start date of the tour. 50% Refund anfter 3 months,  no refunds72 hours before the tour.

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