The Sacred Valley of the Incas is located to the north of Cusco. This valley was of great importance to the Inca Empire and great fortresses and religious centers such as Pisaq and Ollantaytambo were built there. Nowadays it is a fertile valley with pleasant picturesque villages such as Urubamba, Calca, and Qoya, among others.
|Terrain:||Tarmac road and Vilcanota River (Urubamba Sector).|
|Level:||II y III|
Our excursion begins by collecting the passengers from their hotels at around 8.30 am then heading towards the Sacred Valley for approximately two hours until arriving at Pachar. Here you will be given all your equipment such as a neoprene wetsuit, jacket or windbreaker, life jacket, helmet, and oars. Once you’ve got changed you’ll receive a safety briefing and technical instruction.
After enjoying the rafting we’ll get changed and enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before heading back to Cusco at around 5 pm.
Note: Please let us know if the passenger is vegetarian or has any food allergy
We accept all credit and debit cards
We recommend passengers get trip cancellation, travel repatriation, and international medical insurances to cover any inconveniences that may arise during the trip. We also urge them to check with their doctor to update vaccines and review medical concerns regarding international travel.
Prices of air tickets are subject to change without previous notice until their final issuance. Flight schedules are subject to change by the airline companies up until the day of the flight. Additional restrictions, limitations, penalties, and/or specific conditions may be placed by the airlines.
Luggage & Liabilities
We recommend that all of the guests arrive in Peru with their own travel insurance and that it covers lost luggage.
We cannot be held responsible for:
* Baggage lost or delayed during international or domestic flights.
*Lost carry-on items, handbags, or personal articles.
*Items forgotten by guests at hotels, vehicles or venues, or during tours.
We recommend our guests not to include any valuable items in their checked baggage during land transfers.
Enjoy the hiking the Lares trek to Machu Picchu
Come and enjoy the Lares trek with us. This trek is a great alternative to the Inca Trail. Still offering the beauty of the Andes with fewer crowds, it offers an outstanding combination of amazing mountain and valley scenery in a remote area.
This tour will really give you an insight into authentic Quechua communities where you will see thatched stone houses surrounded by herds of llamas and alpacas, and even guinea pigs running loose inside the houses. This hike starts in the Lares Valley, in the village of the same name, where you can enjoy a night dip in its relaxing hot springs. We then head to the Andean communities of Huacahuasi, Patacancha, and Willoq, reaching the village of Aguas Calientes on the third night after a 2-hour train ride from Ollantaytambo. Finally, the fourth day is devoted to exploring the impressive Inca citadel of Machupicchu.
Visit Cusco city, Sacred Valley, and Machu Picchu
This tour allows you to get to know enchanting landscapes such as the Sacred Valley, with terraces adorning the mountains, picturesque villages where the past is ever-present, and Machu Picchu, an Inca jewel, built with the wisdom of the ancient Peruvians in an ecological setting.
Discover the city of Cusco, also known as the “Navel of the World”, seductive and striking, whose history lives in the streets and squares; the enigmatic Qoricancha or temple of the sun, and the 12-sided stone, works of engineering that allows us to appreciate the greatness of our ancestors.
Travel Policies Update 2021 – 2022
The Peruvian Government has taken these measures to fight against COVID-19:
Peru Agency applies more flexible booking policies.
This gives you more time to make decisions about your future trip, and the security of knowing that if for any reason you need to rearrange your trip, we are here to help you! In addition, We have a very attractive group’s policy, for groups of 8 or more people, the ninth passenger goes free.
Lima, April 1 2022