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Cusco Inca Adventure

Day 1: Mystical Walking Tour

Includes visits to

➡️ Museo Pachamama Perú
➡️ Plaza de Armas
➡️ Calle Loreto
➡️ Qoricancha
➡️ Calle Hatun Rumioc
➡️ Calle Choquechaca
➡️ La Huaca Sapantiana
➡️ Calle 7 culebras
➡️ Qenqo chico


The tour starts at the ¨MUSEO PACHAMAMA¨, located at the main square of Cusco. The MUSEO PACHAMAMA has an exhibition of 250 indigenous plants of which you will learn about their history, uses and preparations for natural medicines. The second place you will be visiting is the Plaza de Armas of Cusco (Main Square). Our tourist guides will tell you about the history of Cusco before and after the arrival of the Spanish conquerors. Thereafter, you will be walking through street Loreto, where you can appreciate a women’s school called Accllahuasi from the Inca era. At the end of the street you will arrive at the most important temple of the Inca Empire, the Qoricancha or, Temple of the Sun. The tour continues by passing through the Hatun Rumioc Street where the popular stone of 12 angles can be observed. Thereafter, you will be guided through the Choquechaca Street. Finally, you will arrive to the Huaca Sanpantiana, where we you will be guided in an Inca Energy Meditation and Energy Protection Cleaning session. The tour continues to calle de 7 Culebras (seven snakes). Along the pedestrian passage, 14 snakes are engraved in the stones; seven on each side. The tour ends at Qenqo chico, an energetic point and ancestral ceremonial center that is connected to the cosmos.

Tour Description


MUSEO PACHAMAMA has gastronomic Peruvian products and 250 varieties of medicinal plants. The plants are considered natural medicines that are able to heal the physical and energetic body as well as mind, spirit and soul of human beings. The main objective is to rescue, revalue, preserve and spread ancestral knowledge regarding natural medicines, spirituality and gastronomy. At the museum you will learn about the history of natural medicines, its preparation and uses transmitted from generation to generation by different cultures as part of our tradition, identity and living culture.

Plaza de Armas Cusco

During the era of the Incas, the main square had 4 names: Waqaypata (crying square), Cusipata (joy square), Wajaypata (meeting place) and Auqaypata (over the defeated). At the main square, the stone of war, different sources of pure water and healing water could be found. The healing water used to be carried by a golden gutter to the Qoricancha, where the water was drunk by pregnant women. The important events of the whole empire were held at the Plaza de Armas. Back in time, the Plaza de Armas was a single square that was linked to the Regocijo square and the San Francisco square. Around it lived the royalty, the priesthood and other elite of the empire.

Street Loreto

In this particular street we can find the Amaru Cancha or, house of the snake, which used to be the women’s school called Accllahuasi. In the enclosure lived the virgins of the sun and the most beautiful women of the empire.


Qoricancha or, Temple of the Sun, is the most important religious center of the Inca period. Gratitude towards nature can be appreciated through architecture and construction of spaces in honor of its main deities. It currently houses the convent of Santo Domingo, symbol of cultural syncretism.

Hatun rumioc street

This street is well known for the peculiar stone of 12 angles and the images of felines that can be observed in its construction.

Choquechaca Street

This street symbolizes the back of the cougar. The street runs along river Choquechaca.

Huaca Sapantiana

The Huaca Sapantiana is a ceremonial center and an important energy point of Cusco. In this magical place you will be guided with through Inca Energy Meditation which will allow you to connect with your inner self and your essence.

Calle de 7 Culebras (seven snakes)

Along the pedestrian passage, 14 snakes are engraved in the stones; seven on each side. For the Incas the snakes represented wisdom and the world of the dead, the Uku Pacha.

Qenqo chico

Quenqo chico means labyrinth. It is an energetic point and ancestral ceremonial center that is connected to the cosmos. At the center, solar mirrors and various stone carvings can be appreciated.

Day 2: Rainbow Mountain

Includes visits to

➡️ Rainbow Mountain


You will be picked up from your hotel to leave with private transport to Cusipata where you will have breakfast. The drive from Cusco to Cusipata takes approximately 2 hours. Once you arrive in Cusipata you will start to hike to the rainbow mountain at an altitude of 5200 meters above sea level, the hike takes approximately one hour. Once you reach the summit of the mountain, you can see the panoramic view of the rainbow mountain. Before you start the return walk, you will have enough time to rest and take photos. The return walk will be to Llaqto, where you will have lunch. After lunch, private transport will pick you up and take you back to Cusco. You will arrive at between 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Cusco.

Tour Description

Rainbow Mountain

The rainbow mountain also known as Vinicunca, is one of the new and best attractions in Peru. It is located some 100 kilometers from the city of Cusco, with an altitudinal summit of 5200 meters above sea level. The name ¨rainbow mountain¨ was given due to the mountainous formation dyed in various colors, product of the complex combination of minerals. The colors you will be able to observe include red, purple, green, yellow, pink and other variations. The mountain was surrounded and covered by ice layers not many years ago. But when the ice layers began to disappear since 2016, the colors appeared and the rainbow mountain became one of the most visited places in Cusco-Peru, along with Machu Picchu.

Day 3-4-5 Salkantay Trek and Machu Picchu

Includes visits to

➡️ Machu Picchu
➡️ Aguas Calientes
➡️ Salkantay
➡️ Mollepata
➡️ Soraypampa
➡️ Chaullay
➡️ Hidroeléctrica


Day 3: Cusco – Mollepata – Soraypampa – Abra Salkantay – Chaullay

You will be picked up from your hotel at 4:00 AM to leave to Mollepata. At Mollepata you will have a small stop for 30 to 45 minutes for breakfast. After breakfast you will start to walk from Soraypampa to Wayraqmachay where you will have lunch. After lunch you will continue to Abra Malaga at 4400 meters above sea level. At the summit you can see the with snow covered Verónica and Salkantay mountain tops. After an arduous hike of approximately 150 minutes you will arrive at Chaullay where you will have dinner and stay the night.

Day 4: Chaullay – La Playa – Hidroelectrica – Aguas Calientes

Before starting the second’s day hike, you will have breakfast in Chaullay. After breakfast you will start walking, along the way you will see lush plantations such as coca. The coca leaf was a sacred plant for the Incas and used in religious ceremonies. Currently, the coca leaf is still consumed, valued and respected in the Andean and Amazonian areas. Here you will have a stop for lunch. After lunch you will continue to walk until arriving at Hidroeléctrica. There are two option to go from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes; walking or taking the train. When you arrive at Aguas Calientes you will have dinner and spend the night.

Day 5: Machu Picchu – Hydroelectric – Cusco

It is worthy and recommended to arrive early to Machu Picchu in order to appreciate the spectacular sunrise. Therefore, you will get on the bus to Machu Picchu at 5.00 AM. When you arrive at Machu Picchu, you will have a guided tour of 2 hours around the most important points of the archeological site. At the end of the guided tour you will have some time to discover Machu Picchu by yourself. In the late afternoon, you will return by train to Ollantaytambo where private transport will await you to take you back to Cusco.

Tour Description

Salkantay was an important element worshiped by the Incas. Nowadays, doing the Salkantay Trek and Machu Picchu are most popular combination of tourism in Cusco. You will connect with the beauty and charm of the snow-capped mountains, and learn about the medicinal and native plants of the region. You will live an ancestral experience with the roots and culture of the Andean Communities. The 3 days/2 nights trip to Machu Picchu is a pleasant trip where you will enjoy beautiful landscapes, valleys and mountains covered by snow, flora, fauna and rivers that descend from the top of the mountains with very crystalline waters, which will make your trip to the Inca city of Machu Picchu an unforgettable adventure. The historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu is a large Inca citadel, built on top of a mountain in the fifteenth century. Machu Picchu is a set of temples, platforms and water channels; its construction was built with megalithic blocks of rock. It is internationally recognized as one of the seven world wonders an
d a cultural heritage of humanity. Machu Picchu was an important political, religious and administrative center of the Inca era.

Day 6: Offering to Pachamama and Inca Energy Meditation

Includes visits to

➡️ Temple of the Sun and Moon
➡️ Temple of the Monkeys


You will be picked up from your hotel at 10:00 AM to leave to the Temple of the Sun and Moon, here you will do an offer to the Pachamama and the Inca Energy Meditation. Once the ceremony is over, you will return to the city center Cusco for lunch. In case you leave Cusco the same day, you will be brought to the airport at 2:00 PM.

Tour description

The last day is very special, as you will dedicate the day to connecting with your inner self, your essence. In the temple of the Sun and Moon you will perform an ancestral Inca ceremony, with which you will be filled with the pure and healing energy of this magical place.


The tour includes

➡️ Professional bilingual guide for all the tours
➡️ Camp equipment
➡️ Horses to carry equipment on Salkantay Trek
➡️ Transportation on day 3-4-5
➡️ Transport Cusco – Mollepata
➡️ Transport Ollantaytambo – Cusco
➡️ Train ticket Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
➡️ Bus up and down to the archaeological center of Machu Picchu
➡️ Transportation day 6
➡️ Entrance ticket to the archaeological center of Machu Picchu
➡️ Entrance ticket to the Qoricancha
➡️ Entrance ticket to the Rainbow mountain
➡️ First aid kit
➡️ 5 hotel nights
➡️ Complete alimentation for 6 days
➡️ Souvenirs
➡️ Offering to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) and Inca Energy Meditation
➡️ Transportation pick up and return to the airport


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