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Sights in the Sacred Valley

We are surrounded by the best landscapes of the Sacred Valley and we would like to help you plan your trip. We can organize visits to archeological ruins and plan full or half day tours.

Below some must do's that will make your visit to the Valley unique.

Machu Picchu

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Maras and Moray

On your trip to the valley you cannot miss the salt mines of Maras. There are over 6,000 salt pans near Maras, and each one is no more than 13 square feet and less than 1 foot deep. Each pan is owned and mined by a local family of the Maras community, and the salt is collected and sold in local shops or nearby towns.

Your next stop that day should be Moray, the Inca laboratory. At first sight, it looks like an amphitheater, but they are terraces with their own irrigation aqueducts; what is outstanding is the difference of temperature during the year between the upper part and the bottom of the hole, which can be 15 degrees C different.

Pisac Market and ruins

The Pisac Market is one of the most famous markets in the Cusco region, drawing many visitors to its famous Sunday market when indigenous Quechua communities from the surrounding highlands comem to Pisac to sell their products and stock up on supplies for the week.

Its ruins include agricultural terraces (andenes), baths, altars, water fountains, a ceremonial platform, and others.


Its cobbled and winding streets, the ruins scattered everywhere and its agricultural terraces are attractive that stand out for themselves and the visitor can appreciate it in all its splendor. Among the ruins, it is advisable to visit the ancient fortress and the temple, where we can appreciate magnificent views of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.


Chinchero is one of the few places in the world that has achieved almost all shades of the light spectrum based solely on dyes of natural origin. To achieve the different colors in textiles in Chinchero, they use a wide range of exotic plants, among which the kimsak'uchu to achieve the blue color, the broom flower for the yellow color, the kinsa kucho for the green color, stand out.

We also recommend you to visit not-so-tourist places that are very close to the hotel and the entrance is free. For example Ñaupa Iglesia, Las Chullpas, Temple of the Ñustas, Wayna Capac Palace, Perolniyoc waterfall and ruins, Piuray and Huaypo Lagoons and others. We will give you all the information to enjoy the most of it.