Machu Picchu Sacred Valley – Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu

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Tour Information: Machu Picchu Sacred Valley
  • Type ServiceGroup Tour
  • ItineraryFixed
  • DestinationsCuzco, Machu Picchu
  • ActivitiesCultural and History, Family

The two days Machu Picchu Sacred Valley Tour with our local English-speaking travel expert is designed to give you an extensive insight into the history of the Inca Empire. Our Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu tour starts with a visit to the Sacred Valley.

On the first day, we will be exploring the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The two days package culminates with a guided tour of the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is home to the most prominent archeological sites. The valley was sacred to the Incas as farming was their main source of income and the valley favored them with the most fertile land.

The Incas were extensively dedicated to farming. Sites like Moray are a testament to this. It was here that they experimented with the distinct circular farming terraces to determine the best weather condition needed to grow any crop.

On this two-day Machu Picchu Sacred Valley Tour, we will be visiting the archaeological sites in Chinchero – home to Andean textile weavers, Maras, Moray, and the renowned Inca town, Ollantaytambo.

You will then be embarking on a scenic train ride through the highland Andean villages down to the Amazon region in Aguas Calientes, the gateway to Machu Picchu.

Best time to do Machu Picchu Sacred Valley Tour:

Machu Picchu nestles high up in the Peruvian Andes. It is subject to two seasons – dry season and monsoon. During the rainy season the trail gets wet and slippery and also the citadel gets covered under a blanket of clouds.

The best time for Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu tour is during the dry season – between March and October. It is often sunny and you will get a clear view of Machu Picchu and its surroundings.

Why do the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu tour with us?

The Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu tour is one of our signature services. We have an amazing team of guides who are locals and have a passion for Incas history and Andean Traditions. On this two days tour, you will discover many astonishing facts that only a handful know.

Join us on a fully organized and locally guided Machu Picchu Sacred Valley Tour from the city of Cusco.

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Machu Picchu Sacred Valley Tour Includes


  • Cusco Hotel transfer
  • Guided tour of Pisac and Ollantaytambo Inca sites
  • Train tickets from Ollantaytambo - Aguas Calientes and back
  • 01 Night's accommodation in Aguas Calientes
  • Buffet lunch in Urubamba and 01 Snack box on the second morning
  • Round trip bus from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu citadel and back
  • Entrance Fee to Machu Picchu citadel
  • English speaking local guide

Does Not Include

  • Entrance tickets to visit the Sacred Valley of Incas USD 20 (70 Soles per person)
  • Food and beverages
  • Any Private Expenses
Sacred Valley to Machu Piccu Tour Details

Day 1Cusco - Chinchero - Maras - Moray - Ollantaytambo - Aguas Calientes

An enthralling two-day tour begins with an early morning pickup from your hotel in Cusco. We will then embark on a 45-minute drive to Chinchero. Home to the Andean textile weavers, Chinchero will delight you in many ways.


First, we will be visiting the Inca ruins that nestle on a hilltop. The whitewashed church was built on the remains of what was once an Inca Royal Palace. The farming terraces and water channels are intact as it was built during the Inca Civilization.

We will then visit an Andean textile center where you will learn about the processing of wool from scratch. This is the best place to buy some souvenirs, so spare some change for that.


Our next stop will be just a few minutes away in the town of Maras. Home to the Salt Mines, Maras has been in existence since the Pre Inca times. It is a profession that has been passed down over generations.

Salt farmers here continue to practice the traditional Solar evaporation method. They fill natural spring waters in these salt puddles and wait for them to evaporate. They then manually scrape out the Salt. Maras Salt is pinkish in color and tastes a bit different.


We will then visit Moray. This is the most notable site in the entire Sacred Valley of the Incas. It served as an agricultural laboratory for the Incas. They implemented a spiral technique method of cultivation with natural depressions in which structures resembling an amphitheater were built.

These platforms are approximately 1.8 meters high. They are like superimposed concentric circles that are gradually expanding. It is proven that there are over 20 microclimates on each platform.

The Incas used this to determine at which temperature a crop could grow well. Thanks to their invention, Peru now produces over 2000 varieties of Potatoes.


We will then have a brief stop in Urubamba. Here we will be visiting a local restaurant where we will be serving you a buffet lunch.


After lunch, we will be driving you to the “living Inca town”, Ollantaytambo. Snuggled between two peaks, the town maintains its authenticity as during the Inca times. The water channels which run through the town were built by the Incas and are still functioning.

Ollantaytambo is also home to two Inca ruins. This was the most sacred site to the Incas. However, in 1531, when the Spaniards wanted to conquer Ollantaytambo, they fought the infamous battle of Ollantaytambo here, turning their sacred land into a deadly battleground.

Our tour guide will be giving you a detailed tour of the Inca complex.

After the tour, we will be driving you to the train station where you will be boarding the train to Machu Picchu pueblo, also known as Aguas Calientes. The two hours journey offers stunning views of the Andes and highland villages.

Once in Aguas Calientes, we will be accommodating you in an ensuite hotel room for the night.

Meals Included: Lunch

Day 2Aguas Calientes - Machu Picchu - Cusco

Early in the morning, we will be taking the 25 minutes bus ride up the hill to the entrance of Machu Picchu. Our tour guide will assist you in entering the citadel. Your original passport will be verified here against your entrance ticket. 

Once inside the citadel, you will witness the golden rays of the sun beaming on the walls of the lost Inca city.

The two hours guided tour to Machu Picchu begins with a detailed introduction to the citadel. You will be visiting the main square, remains of the royal quarters and Inca temples, ceremonial sites, and more.

After the tour, if you have booked to climb Huayna Picchu (temple of the sun) or Machu Picchu mountain, our guide will be directing you to the respective trailhead. 

Alternatively, you can visit Sun gate or Intipunku. It is a short hike and requires no permit. Those hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu enter the citadel through here.

After a full-day tour, you will be taking a bus back down to Aguas Calientes. You will have some free time to explore the town or have lunch. Later in the evening, you will be taking the train back to Ollantaytambo.

Our representative will meet you at the train station and will drive you back to your hotel in Cusco. We will be reaching Cusco by 09:30 PM.

Includes Train Tickets

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Solo Traveller

Impressive tour of the Sacred Valley!

April 16, 2022