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Unforgettable Cusco

Day 1: City Tour Cusco

Includes visists to

➡️ Plaza de Armas
➡️ Catedral
➡️ Templo de Qoricancha
➡️ Sacsayhuaman
➡️ Qenqo
➡️ Puca Pucara
➡️ Tambomachay


The tour starts at the Plaza de Armas Cusco, where you will learn about the history of Cusco before and after the arrival of the Spanish conquerors. The second visit of day 1 will be the cathedral where you will be provided with information about the cathedral’s construction and history. Afterwards, you will visit the most important temple of the Inca Empire, the Qoricancha or, Temple of the Sun. The tour will continue to the archaeological centers of Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay. The circuit will end in the historic center of Cusco.

Tour description

Plaza de Armas Cusco

In the time of the Incas, the main square had 4 names; Waqaypata (crying square), Cusipata (joy square), Wajaypata (meeting place), 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 Inca Empire.


The Basilica of Cusco, located next to the church of triumph is made in the Renaissance-style and took over 100 years to finish the construction. When the Spaniards conquered Peru, they brought different styles to the country such as Mannerism, Baroque, Renaissance and Rococo. These were forced upon local painters who were not allowed to express their traditional culture in art. With this overload of ornamentation merged the Cusco School. The Cuzco school is a famous painting school characterized by its originality, result of the confluence of two powerful currents: the western artistic tradition, on the one hand, and the eagerness of Indian and mestizo painters to express their reality and their vision of the world, on the other hand. According to Catholics, the construction of the Basilica received help of the Virgin of Assumption and the Apostle Santiago. Therefore, the cathedral is invoked to these saints. The remains of one of the most important Spanish chroniclers of the Inca era, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, can be found in the catacombs in the Basilica.


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.


Sacsayhuaman offers a panoramic view of the city of Cusco. It is one of the most significant archaeological legacies Peru possesses, due to its construction composed of huge blocks of limestone. It took more than 50 years to build the construction of the Sacsayhuaman fortress and more than 20,000 men worked on it.


Its construction was dedicated to the mother earth “PACHAMAMA”. In the archaeological park of Qenqo, its semi-circular amphitheater stands out. History tells us that in order to perform the different ancestral ceremonies, the Inca mummies, that belonged to the nobility or the priesthood, were put in the center. The Qenqo has underground galleries and a monolith that pretends to be a cougar, measuring approximately six meters. It is these peculiar characteristics that make this place interesting and magical.

Puca Pucara

This fortress is composed of walls, terraces and stairs of red color due to its high iron levels. It almost seems a small square. Puca Pucara was part of the defensive complex of Cusco and resting place of the troops of the Inca Empire. It also consisted of a control zone for people who came from the Anti Suyo.


Tambomachay is an archaeological site where people worshiped water. Tambomachay is also known as “Bath of the Inca”. It consists of a series of aqueducts, canals and several waterfalls. After several centuries the water continues to flow through its canals.

Day 2: Machu Picchu

Includes visits to

➡️ Machu Picchu
➡️ Aguas Calientes
➡️ Ollantaytambo


You will be picked up from your hotel at 3:30 a.m. You will have private transport to the train station in Ollantaytambo, there you will get on the train to get to Aguas Calientes. You will arrive at approximately 08.00 AM at Aguas Calientes. At Aguas Calientes you will go by bus to Machu Picchu. At Machu Picchu you will have a guided tour and enough time to take photos. After the guided tour, you will return to the town of Aguas Calientes where you will have free time to visit the town on your own. In the late afternoon you will board the train again and go back to Ollantaytambo. From Ollantaytambo there will be private transport that takes you back to Cusco. You will arrive at Cusco at around 10.30 PM.

Tour Description

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 and a cultural heritage of humanity. Machu Picchu was an important political, religious and administrative center.

Day 3-4-5 Manu National Park

Includes visits to

➡️ Manu zona cultural
➡️ Ninamarca
➡️ Paucartambo
➡️ Acjanacu
➡️ Pilcopata
➡️ Kosñipata
➡️ Boat tour on river Atalaya


Day 3: Ninamarca – Paucartambo – Acjanacu

You will get on the bus very early to get to Acjanacu. On the way, you will pass by rural communities and valleys. The first bus stop and place to visit is the pre-Inca tomb of Ninamarca. The bus ride contintues to the typical colonial town of Paucartambo. When you arrive to Acjanacu, you will start to walk through the jungle, an area rich in endemic species. On the way you will have a quick stop to have lunch (box lunch). After lunch you will continue to walk until reaching your hostel, located in the middle of the Manu National Park where we will spend the night comfortably installed.

Day 2: Pilcopata – Atalaya

On day 2 you will continue your trip by bus to get to Pilcopata. You will be crossing the high jungle of Pilcopata and the town of Atalaya, located on the banks of the Alto Madre de Dios River where you will have lunch. After lunch you will start to walk down the river until reaching the private reserve “Erika”, in the reserve you will walk adventurous trails through the jungle. The guide will tell you about the species around you like birds, reptiles, insects, medicinal plants, etc. You will have the option to do canoeing on the tropical river of Kosñipata, passing through the Pongo de Koñeq. Arriving at Atalaya you will have dinner and spend the night in a hotel.

Day 3: Manu National Park – Cusco

In the morning of day 3 you will get on a boat to get to Collpa; a clayey wall of the river where different species of parrots come down every morning to extract pieces of clay with nutritive minerals. At the end of this activity, you will return to your lodge for breakfast. After breakfast you will get on the boat to puerto de Atalaya, where your bus awaits you to drive you back to Cusco.

Tour Description

The Manu National Park is considered as one of the largest and richest natural reserves in the world; it hosts countless numbers of species, including bears, jaguars, parrots, orchids, insects, etc. The reserve allows intimate contact with nature in its most primitive and wild state. It was created in 1973 to conserve the biological diversity of the rainforest of southeastern Peru. It cooperates with regional development through research, as well as the recognition and protection of cultural diversity and the self-determination of the indigenous peoples of the area. Located on the western edge of the Amazon basin, in the departments of Cusco and Madre de Dios, covering the entire Manu river basin.

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
➡️ Transportation on day 3
➡️ Transport Cusco – Ollantaytambo – Cusco
➡️ Train ticket Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
➡️ Bus up and down to the archaeological center of Machu Picchu
➡️ Transportation day 4, 5, 6
➡️ Entrance ticket to the archaeological center of Machu Picchu
➡️ Entrance ticket to the Qoricancha
➡️ Entrance ticket to the Rainbow mountain
➡️ Entrance ticket to the Salt mines in Maras
➡️ Boat tour and equipment at Manu
➡️ First aid kit
➡️ Horses
➡️ Tourist bus for the Cusco City Tour day 2
➡️ 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

It is highly recommended to bring clothing for all types of climates, a rain coat, sunscreen, bottled water, mosquito repellent, and hiking shoes.


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