Visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is located between the towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo.
Some of the Incas have chosen it as a place of settlement due to its excellent climate, its fertile lands and the waters of the Vilcanota River (in Quechua, Sacred or Wonderful Thing), which upstream, in the town of Urubamba, changes its name and It's called Urubamba River.
wonderful Andean landscapes and some of its inhabitants still preserve ancestral customs and rites. Likewise, it is the place where you can appreciate the high technological development that the Incas have achieved in the area of agriculture through platforms of platforms.
It was one of the main production points of Cusco because of the richness of its land and the place where the best corn grain in Peru is produced. Therefore, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the centers of worship of Pachamama (mother earth).
It can be accessed from the city of Cusco through the road or the railway.
Map of the Sacred Valley Cusco


Located in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Urubamba is of indescribable beauty.

Salineras de Maras

The Salineras de Maras are pools filled with condensed water that transforms into salt. Travelers participate in the process of extracting it.


The town of Pisac retains its Inca and colonial aspects. Its main square is characterized by its color and the sale of handmade things.


Its archaeological site, the snow-capped mountains, the abundant vegetation, the church and its market make Chinchero a tourist place par excellence.

Tres Cruces Viewpoint

Located in the province of Paucartambo. In the Tres Cruces Natural Viewpoint you can see one of the most beautiful sunrises in Peru.