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Our grand adventure begins in the Imperial City of Cusco, where we will enjoy the
magic, history and mystery of this world wonder. Our adventure will continue to the
lost city of the Incas “Machu Picchu”, Explore the living history and breathtaking
landscapes of the Peruvian highlands on this incredible experience. All this could not
end without visiting a magical place called Rainbow Mountain, Located near one of
the highest glaciers in Cusco, a beautiful mountain painted with natural colors, which
for our eyes is like walking in a rainbow.

Itinerary summary

Day 01 – Transfer in Cusco + City Tour / Overnight – Cusco
Day 02 – Full day Sacred Valley + Lunch + Train / Overnight – Aguas Calientes
Day 03 – Full day Machu Picchu + Lunch + Train / Overnight – Cusco
Day 04 – Full day Rainbow Mountain hike + lunch / Overnight – Cusco
Day 05 – Transfer out Cusco – Lima – depart home
Note: The tours are in a private service, which means, your tour your way since we do
not have a fixed schedule to finish the tour at a certain time

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Day 1

Time : 5:00 am

Arrival in Cusco

Upon arrival at Cusco, you will be welcomed by one of our representatives, who will be waiting for you outside of the Arrival Hall with a sign with our and your names on it for your approximate 20 minutes private Transfer to your Hotel at Cusco historic center In addition, the assistant will briefly introduce the city and our services while on the way to your hotel.

Private city tou

First place, the beautiful Cusco Cathedral, One of the finest Colonial Cathedrals in the Americas. The Sacred Temple of the Sun or Qoricancha Originally named Inti Qancha. The Temple of the Sun') was the most important in the Inca Empire. It was dedicated primarily to Inti, the Sun God. The spectacular Sacsayhuaman fortress, Its construction took over seven decades and required the work of 20,000 men. Continuing with the small archaeological site of Quenco, a sanctuary dedicated to the adoration of animals and consists of ruins formed by a rocky site with stairs in a zigzag, and a main building similar to a circular amphitheater where 19 window sills are located as a way of seats. Puca Pucara is an Inca archaeological site located again on the peak of a hill and is thought to represent a military position and an administrative center. The Temple of Tambomachay, dedicated to water, which has impressive Inca canals. In the late afternoon, you will return to your Cusco hotel. Spend the evening at your leisure enjoying the local cuisine, music, and the splendor of Cusco at night.

Day 2

Time : 10:00 am

Sacred Valley Tour & train

Between Cusco and Machu Picchu lies the Sacred Valley of the Incas (Urubamba
Valley), home to some of Peru’s most interesting pre-Columbian ruins and attractive
colonial towns and villages. While many travelers pass through here en route to Machu
Picchu, the valley has become a destination in its own right.
Start your exploration on the way to the Sacred Valley visiting. Pisac Market - A great
place to browse woven blankets, tapestries, and alpaca garments such as sweaters and
mittens, colorful fabric, and accessories found in abundance at the market in addition to
pottery, jewelry, and other handicrafts. Then head to the town of Pisac Inca Ruins,
famous for its ruins, which lie atop a hill at the entrance of the valley. It’s not hard to
succumb to the charms of sunny Pisac, a bustling colonial village at the base of a
spectacular Inca fortress perched on a mountain spur. Its pull is universal and recent
years have seen an influx of ex-pats and new age followers in search of an Andean
Shangri-La. Located just 33km northeast of Cusco by a paved road, it’s the most
convenient starting point to the Sacred Valley.
After lunch, we will travel to the ruins of the Ollantaytambo fortress. The town is
located at the foot of some spectacular Inca ruins, which defended the strategic entrance
to the lower Urubamba Valley. The temple area is at the top of steep terracing which
helped to provide excellent defenses. At the end of the tour, you can enjoy a few
moments you have in the Town of Ollantaytambo before you take your train to Aguas
Calientes town or back to Cusco.

Day 3

Time : 10:00 am

Explorer Machu Picchu citadel

Machu Picchu represents the most famous archaeological site in all of South America
and one of the most-visited sites worldwide that captivate all who visit it with its beauty
and mystery.
The spectacular collection of temples, terraced hills, and plazas remain the mountain top
citadel of the Inca under Pachacutec and Tupac Yupanqui, until the coming of the
Europeans with Pizarro.
It may boast the most familiar name, but Machu Picchu has refused to reveal many of
its mysteries, including the secrets of its construction, function, and demise. US historian
Hiram Bingham discovered the overgrown ruins in 1911, and the quality of the
stonework hints that it was an extremely significant ceremonial site.
The remains are thought to date from around 1450, built at the height of the Inca Empire,
and as they escaped being plundered by the Spanish, they include semi-intact icons and
shrines that were defaced or removed at other sites. Entering the site, a set of steps leads
to the ruined Temple of the Sun and a series of altars and niches. Highlights include the
remains of ceremonial baths, the Sacred Plaza with its tremendous views.
Today you will enjoy further Private Guided Tours of Machu Picchu. You may start at
Dawn or as you wish. All tours are included and you are only limited by your time and
The Sun Gate (2 Hours) - The Sun Gate marks the entrance to Machu Picchu. It is a
one-hour uphill hike to the southeast of the Sanctuary, climbing more than 300 meters.
The hike is on the original Inca trail and is paved with Inca stones. There is a spectacular
view from the gate.
Machu Picchu Mountain (4 to 5 Hours Roundtrip) - The hike to the summit of Apu
Machu Picchu is 2 ½ hours and can be relatively steep in places. This trail, accessed
from Machu Picchu, joins parts of the Inca trail leading to the Sun Gate before climbing
to the mountain's highest point. From there, enjoy the view of soaring eagles as well as
Machu Picchu and other significant ruins in the area, such as Putukusi, Huayna Picchu,
Salkantay Mountain, and the Vilcanota River view.
This is a breathtaking hike, with lots of orchids along the way, birds in the bushy areas,
and with every stop, the view gets better and better. The climb is 600 meters uphill, so
a reasonable level of fitness is required.
Access to Apu Machu Picchu is limited by special tickets, which need to be purchased
in advance by us. Access is 07:00 – 11:00. Please ask to obtain these tickets included in
your tour if desired***
Inka Bridge (Bridge 1 Hour Round Trip) This hike is to the south-west of Machu
Picchu, a nice unknown trail that overlooks the Aobamba valley and the Hydroelectric
plant. The Inca Bridge is a part of a mountain trail that heads west from Machu Picchu.
The trail is a stone path, part of which is cut into a cliff face. A twenty-foot gap was
caused in this section. A 1,900 feet drop that could be bridged with two tree trunks.
When the tree trunks were removed then the trail became impassable to outsiders. The
path is narrow and paved with original Inca stones.
Huayna Picchu (3 - 4 Hours) - Is the mountain you see behind Machu Picchu.
Towering above the north end of Machu Picchu this steep mountain is repeatedly seen
as the backdrop to the classic photos of the ruins. The mountain is steep, but stone steps
are laid along most of the way, and where the mountain is steeper you will find steel
cables used as handrails. For fit people, it is not an arduous climb.
Very Limited Access!
Only 400 people are allowed to hike Huayna Picchu each day. You have to sign in at
the entrance gate. The first 200 tickets are for the 8:00 AM hike. The second 200 are
available at 10:00 AM.
You should purchase these special tickets in advance with us to be sure you will have
space for this hike.
After the tour, you will stop at a local restaurant for a buffet lunch. Afterward, you will
enjoy a little time to explore the town of Machu Picchu Pueblo before boarding your
train back to Cusco.

Day 4

Time : 10:00 am

Rainbow Mountain hike

Trip time around 3 hours to the starting point of the excursion. Llacto (15,219 ft. A
delicious breakfast will be served at the base of Rainbow Mountain. Along the way,
there are amazing views of farming Inca terraces, traditional villages, valleys, and high
Andean peaks, like the Ausangate Mountain and glaciers. You can interact with the local
people, who are still keeping traditional Quechua culture alive.
After a total hike of 2 glorious hours (slow rhythm), we finally reach our ultimate
destination at the top of Rainbow Mountain. After admiring the unique scenic beauty,
you will have time to explore the area. You can take pictures or just soak up the
magnificent view. We will occupy around 40 minutes at the top. Afterward, there is an
optional hike across to the top of the Red Valley. This guided walk takes about 1 hour
longer to get back to the trailhead.
At this key point, we hike back down the way we approached. The guided hike typically
takes 1 flexible hour. When we reach the bottom, a delicious lunch will be waiting for
you. When where finished, a departure time will be confirmed for the return trip back to

Day 5

Time : 12:25 am

Private Transfer out Cusco – Lima – depart home

At the appropriate time for your ongoing Flight, a Private Transfer to Cusco Airport to
board your flight back to Lima. Our representative will assist you with check-in
procedures and then to your connecting flight back home.

  • Private transportation & assistant Airport / Hotel / Airport
  • 3 nights in Cusco, 1 night in Aguas Calientes town
  • Entrance ticket to City tour, Sacred Valley , Machu Picchu tour & Rainbow Mountain
  • Train tickets between Cusco and Aguas Calientes R/T
  • Bus ticket to and from Machu Picchu
  • Lunch where it is indicated (Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu t& Rainbow Mountain tour)
  • Private guide

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