Welcome to Quillabamba


Quillabamba itself has few attractions and sees little tourism, but there are some outstanding, watery natural attractions nearby. The streets north and south of the Mercado Central, rather than the eternally somnolent Plaza de Armas, are Quillabamba’s commercial center.


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$420 Cultural & Theme Tours

Lost Inca Trail to Machupicchu 4 Days Trek: Cusco

ItineraryDay 1: Cusco – Ollantaytambo- Huayopata (cycling and rafting day)Stop At: Salinas de Maras, Maras, Cusco RegionAccompanied by an expert guide you will do mountain bike along 46 km, the journey will be through a route that crosses many Andean villages surrounded by fertile lands and very colorful landscapes to reach Ollantaytambo where our transport will pick us up and transfer to the Restaurant located in the high jungle of the great Amazon. In the afternoon after a strengthening lunch, our expert guides will take you to practice canoeing where you will travel 15 kilometers through the fun waters of the famous Urubamba River. You will return to the Lodge and spend the night in a comfortable bed in the middle of the jungle.Duration: 10 hoursMeals included: • Lunch: starter,main course and fresh beberash. • Dinner: starter, main course and hot drinks.Accommodation included: Overnight at Cochapata lodge situated at the middle of jungle. Double rooms with nice views from the balconies.Day 2: Huayopata- inca carcel - Santa Teresa hot springs (trekking)Stop At: Cataratas de Illapani, Quillabamba, Cusco RegionEarly in the morning you will get up and after an energetic breakfast, we will travel by transport 40 minutes until the beginning of the walk.Along the journey, this day we will see native forest, surrounded by tea plantations, coffee, coca, and variety of jungle fruits, local flora and fauna. We will also visit an Inca enclosure called "Inca Carcel", (the jail of the Inca), after a typical lunch, we will arrive to the thermal baths of Santa Teresa which is medicinal and therapeutic, we will continue by bus until the town of Santa Teresa where we will spend our second night.Duration: 10 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast: Coffee, milk, bread, butter, marmalade, homelet or pamkakes and fruit salad. • Lunch: Starter, main course, fresh beberash • Dinner: Starter, main course, hot drinks.Accommodation included: Overnight at Yacumama hostal; 2 starts hostalDay 3: Trekking to Llaqtapata - Hidroeléctrica - Aguas CalientesStop At: Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes), Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Cusco RegionEach day will be a new discovery, this day you will walk along a path that climbs to the top of a mountain where you will discover Llaqtapata, an Inca city still covered by the jungle, in addition, you will observe impressive Machupicchu Inca city built on the top of a mountain. Then we will descend for the next hour until we reach hydroelectric where will be the lunch, in the afternoon you will walk the last stretch towards Machupicchu town, which is popularly known as "Aguas Calientes", there is where we will spend our last night at the feet of the great Machupicchu (Inca citadel).Duration: 10 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Overnight at Sol de los Andes Hostal; 2 starts hostalDay 4: Day to Visit Machupicchu - Back to Cusco cityStop At: Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes), Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Cusco RegionThis day you will visit Machupicchu, for this we recommend you to leave the hotel early and arrive early to Machupicchu. Your guide will take you along the most interesting route that will allow you to know and enjoy the most beautiful and mysterious places of Machupicchu.Duration: 5 hoursMeals included: • BreakfastNo accommodation included on this day.

$69 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Cusco High-End Peruvian Cooking Class, San Pedro Market Visit

We start our gastronomic adventure at the beautiful San Pedro Market, where we will be in contact with a vast variety of local and Andean products and receive a in depth explanation of them. During this one hour activity, you'll also learn about the history behind Peruvian Gastronomy guided by our professional trained chef (Advance English Speaker). After this, we will head to our cooking studio, located just 2 blocks away from the market where ,according to your class menu selection, you'll enjoy a hands-on Modern Andean Peruvian cooking lesson, where you'll be able to use a variety of products we saw at the market. LUNCH MENU: • Aperitif: Passion fruit Sour,Shake your own Pisco Sours and learn about the history behind our national cocktail. • Appetizer: Classic Peruvian ceviche.Our national dish done right. • Main dish: Modern Quinoa Risotto,Tri-colored quinoa and Peruvian yellow chili risotto topped with a perfect 64-degree sous vide poached egg. • Dessert: Chirimoya and exotic fruits parfait,Have a taste of our best local fruits elegantly served as a parfait. • Moka brewed local coffee espressos, as a grand finale, have a taste of the best organic coffee produced in the Quillabamba valley.DINNER MENU: • Aperitif: Passion fruit Sour,Shake your own Pisco Sours and learn about the history behind our national cocktail. • Appetizer: Nikkei Style Tiradito,Ceviche with a modern twist; Semi cooked sashimi style fish marinated in a Japanese/Peruvian ponzu, avocados, cushuros and sweet potato puree. • Main dish: Quinoa and local spices Crusted Alpaca Tenderloin,with roasted local tubers and native potatoes in an Andean smoked infused chimichurri. • Dessert: Chirimoya and exotic fruits parfait,Have a taste of our best local fruits elegantly served as a parfait. • Moka brewed local coffee espressos,as a grand finale, have a taste of the best organic coffee produced in the Quillabamba valley.*All dishes are seasoned with Maras pink salt.Vegetarian Options: • Fish would be replaced with “Sweet cucumber”, a local fruit. • Meat would be replaced with mushrooms.