Add a night in Lima and a flight to Cusco to complement your ongoing adventures in the Cusco area. A perfect add-on to our "The Inca Trail" tour (trip code SPIT), this provides peace of mind with those extra details taken care of, leaving you more time to enjoy all that Peru has to offer.
Take an all-inclusive day trip to breathtaking Machu Picchu from Cusco. Visit the world-famous Incan ruins and learn about the city, its history and the people who once lived there. Ideal for first-time visitors, families (non-strenuous hiking) and individual travelers, this once in a lifetime experience is a must-do when visiting Peru!
• 14 hours
Discover the Sacred Valley of the Incas on this full-day excursion from Cusco. Travel to the scenic town of Pisac where you'll visit the local market and see mass if traveling on a Sunday. Then, head over to the ruins of the Ollantayambo Fortress and the Temple of the Sun, a mysteriously built structure with massive 12 foot (3.5m) tall stones.
• 10 hours
Discover the magic and beauty of Cusco, the capital of the Incan Empire. The flawlessly built Incan roads spread to all regions from the “Plaza” which was thought of as the center of the world. Visit the Temple of the Sun, the Convent of Santo Domingo and the famous Cusco Cathedral with its Cuzqueno paintings.
• 4 hours
Experience the impressive Incan architecture of the ancient fortress and temple at the archeological park of Sacsayhuaman. See the Tower of Pucca Pucara and discover the source of spring water, a stone labyrinth and a fortress made of mysteriously massive stones. The spectacular archeological sites which surround Cusco are a true mark of Incan heritage and culture and a must-see when visiting Peru.
• 3 hours
For a great introduction to Peruvian culture, join a small-group walking tour of Cusco's vibrant markets and impressive Inca ruins. Start at the vibrant San Pedro market and buy some local snacks as you explore the street markets of Cusco. Then head out of town to explore the mysterious Temple of the Moon, an Incan ceremonial temple near Machu Picchu.
• 4 hours
Be fascinated on a half-day tour of Cusco’s surrounding archeological sites, including the famous Sacsayhuaman, where the Incas’ construction of tightly placed stones created an incredible series of walls. With an experienced guide, you’ll also visit Qenqo, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay, as well as the Temple of the Sun (also known as Korikancha). Before your tour ends, visit Cusco’s Plaza de Armas and tour Cusco Cathedral – also known as the Cathedral of Santo Domingo – to see its stunning architecture.
• 3.5 hours
Explore the ancient Incan streets of Cusco and then make the perfect pisco sour like a true Peruvian local. Begin your 2.5-hour night walking tour in Plaza de Armas and discover a stunning array of Incan and colonial architecture. Delight in the bohemian-spirited San Blas square before heading to a bar in central Cusco where you’ll learn all you need to know about Peru’s legendary drink. Choose your favorite pisco flavor, mix your own drink and then enjoy your creation. Receive personalized attention on this small-group tour limited to 12 people.
• 2.5 hours
Discover the beauty of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, an incredible Andean Paradise, where you will be able to explore the wonderful Inca ruins of Ollantaytambo and Pisaq, spectacular constructions built during the peak of the Incan Civilization. Explore at your own pace the local market in Pisaq, a picturesque Andean shopping center where native people are selling a wide variety of handicrafts.The Sacred Valley was undoubtedly a key area of settlement for the Incas; its combination of agreeable climate and fertile plains bestow an unusual abundance of food crops for the high Andes. This area is fed by numerous rivers which descend through adjoining valleys, and contains numerous archaeological remains. You don´t want to miss it!
• 1 day
This exclusive tour will take you to a local market in Cusco, then teach you about Peruvian cuisine during a hands-on cooking class in a modern cooking studio, located in downtown Cusco. At the market, you will get an introduction to the local variety of products and the diversity of ingredients used in the local cuisine. You will learn about Andean kitchens, as well as Chicha, a sort of local corn beer. You will also learn about the variety of local products and the diversity of ingredients used in the local cuisine. A professional Peruvian chef will show you how to prepare the most popular and tasty dishes of Peru. Come, take part in this “must do” activity during your stay in Cusco.
• 4 hours