The Urubamba Valley, or Sacred Valley, is famous for its wealth of Inka sites and quaint villages. This tour visits the highlights of the valley: Pisac Ruins, Pisac Market, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero. Lunch will be buffet-style.
The city of Cusco (also spelt Cuzco and Q’osqo) is located in the Peruvian Andes in South-Eastern Peru at an elevation of 3,399m above sea-level. Cusco is the capital of Cusco province. As per a 2007 census, the city’s population was 348,935.
Home to unique species of flora and fauna, the Galapagos Islands are located on the Equator in the Pacific Ocean, 1000km from the Ecuadorian coast. Having formed from a volcanic hotspot, the result of tectonic plate separation, the 19 islands of the Galapagos are unique in that they have never been part of any other landmass.
There is a considerable variety of transportation options available for those travelling around Peru. Depending on the travel itinerary, you will have different options to help you reach the places that you are visiting.