Ollantaytambo Travel Guide
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Cusco, Machu Picchu & Sacred Valley - 4 days4 days
From: $490.00
Best of Cusco in 4 days and with all comforts: Cusco City Tour, Machu Picchu & Sacred Valley at an incredible price

Inti Raymi - Sun God Festival 2014 - 1 days1 days
From: $185.00
More than six centuries, the Inca Pachakuteq instituted the Sun God Festival - The Inti Raymi at Sacsayhuaman

Cusco, Ollantaytambo & Machu Picchu - 5 days5 days
From: $480.00
Ollantaytambo is a major attraction of the Sacred Valley, this tour also visit Cusco and Machu Picchu we offer you the opportunity to meet the Inca city where time stood still

Cusco & Machu Picchu Tour - 3 days3 days
From: $352.00
Excellent choice to know Cusco and Machu Picchu in three days

Machu Picchu by Bus - 2 days2 days
From: $130.00
Machu Picchu encloses many mysteries along its walls and places, built in ancestral times. By the way, Peru Land offers a new tour by bus to this impressive city.

Ausangate Trek - 7 days7 days
From: $789.00
Ausangate (6384m), offers glimpses of high altitude wildlife and local residents. It is a perfect place to escape from the bustle of the modern world

Trek to The last Incas Community of Qeros - 5 days5 days
From: $489.00
Nation Qero and showing the world the last known Inca Community. In the imperial Inca city of Cusco

Machu Picchu 2 days - 2 days2 days
From: $295.00
Peru land provides to all foreigners a tour with two days for visit the new seven wonder Machu Picchu, with the best prices, hotels, hostels and restaurants.

Classic Cusco with Night in Machu Picchu - 4 days4 days
From: $435.00
Into this tour, we will visit the classic places of Cusco city, that include a great city tour and their 4 ruins (Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay, Puca Pucara), also, you can visit the religious places as the Qoricancha and the Cathedral of Cusco.

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El Albergue Ollantaytambo Hotel El Albergue Ollantaytambo Hotel (See more Hotels)
Ollantaytambo train station between Cusco & Machu Picchu
+51 84 204014 +51 84 204049
reservations@elalbergue.com Web http://www.elalbergue.com
Originally opened in 1925 under the name of hotel Santa Rosa, El Albergue is a historic and romantic hotel, located in the Ollantaytambo train station little more than an hour away from Machu Picchu and the city of Cusco.With only 16 rooms special detail is given to each and every one, resulting in an elegantly rustic style. Beautiful gardens visited by hummingbirds are engulfed by the aroma of fuchsia, passionflower, peaches and avocado trees which all adorn the early 20th century hotel. Step outside and catch the train to the spectacular ruins of Machu Picchu.
Hotel Ccpac Inka Ollanta Hotel Ccpac Inka Ollanta (See more Hotels)
Calle Los Eucaliptos s/n Ollantaytambo
+51 84 204186 +51 984787670
reservas@hotelinkaollanta.com Web http://www.hotelinkaollanta.com
Ccapac Inka Ollanta is Quechua for "inka rich." The name says what we offer a rich house where you can enjoy all the comforts and where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. We have spacious rooms equipped with elegant bathrooms that allow visitors to enjoy the peace and quiet in their own private space. Here guests can relax and feel at home while they gaze out into the majestic Andes mountains.
Samanapaq Samanapaq (See more Hostels)
Corner of the Alameda de Las Cien Ventanas / Pallpamccaro
+51 84 204042 +51 999424572
reservas@samanapaq.com Web http://www.samanapaq.com
SAMANAPAQ: Quechua for "Place for Rest". The name tells what we offer, a lodge where you can relax, spacious and comfortable facilities that allow visitors to enjoy everything: good beds, quiet, spacious rooms equipped with bathrooms, where guests can rest.Also, visitors can walk the 3000 meters of green areas with native trees, orchards, and grassy areas complete with wild birds. They can also relax in the hammocks at the green area and if they want to attend the workshop to see the pottery production process of ceramics or participate actively in this process.
Kuntur Wasi House Kuntur Wasi House (See more Hostels in Cusco)
Tandapata 352
+51 84 227570 +51 984710747
reservation@cuscoperuhostel.com Web http://www.cuscoperuhostel.com
Our Hostel in Cusco, Kuntur Wasi House, is waiting to go stay in a Cusquenian family atmosphere. We are aware of all your needs and fulfill all your expectations, at the height of the best hostel in Cusco.Feel at ease and enjoy all our amenities of your own home. The quality of our services is recognized by international media, we are confident that our visiting friends find the best service they can expect from a hostel in Cusco. Hospedaje Kuntur Wasi
Peru Land Travel Agency Peru Land Travel Agency (See more Travel Agencies)
Tandapata 352 - San Blas
+51 84 227570 +51 984710747
reservas@peruland.com Web http://www.peruland.com
Peru is now one of the most important tourist destinations in the world. Machu Picchu is a new wonder and a great tourist attraction. Cusco is the tourist capital of Peru, so our yields are found in what was once the capital of the Inca Empire, Qosqo. The navel of the world also has the fabulous Sacred Valley of the Incas, pleasant walks in the ancient Inca Trails, large snowy as the Salkantay and Ausangate. For these and more reasons not hesitate to contact us for more information and we will gladly cooperate in organizing your stay in our beautiful country.
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21 August 2014
Three trail tours that you must know in Cusco

The Salkantay Trail
An adventurous alternative to the Inca Trail is this four-day route from Mollepata in Cusco to Machu Picchu, following an established but more remote footpath through lush tropical jungle and snow-capped mountains, and hiking around the glacier capped Mount Salkantay, which is still worshipped by the indigenous people. Along the way, ...


18 August 2014
More experiences about Cusco & Inca Trail tours

Jim the dentist from Oregon had just split his head in two, but the bigger concern was just how much blood, if any, had spilled into our sixth Cuba Libre - a far more fetching name for a loaded rum and Coke. Although I had been advised against heavy drinking in altitude (and at 3300m above sea level

14 August 2014
Day of the Señor de Huanca Tour in September

The "Señor de Huanca" is the image of the martyred Christ that causes great fervor and devotion among the Catholics of Cusco and Peru. Every year in September month the faithful attend Huanca, place located about 50 km from the city of Cusco, that according to devotees, is the place that God chose to live.

11 August 2014
Trails of Andes and Jungle in Cusco

The Andes in Cusco offer some of the most spectacular hikes in the world, walking on some of the old paths and winding roads constructed by the Incas themselves.  Trekking in Cusco on one of many Inca Trails offers an incredible fusion of natural beauty, with green mountains and snow-topped glaciers, as well as historic Inca ...


08 August 2014
Cusco is much more than a gateway

In the 15th century, it was the capital of the Inca empire, a wealthy city whose stone buildings, which still form the skeleton of the city, were chiseled and placed with astounding precision. Then in 1533, with the Incas weakened by civil war, Spanish soldiers showed up with rifles and horses to grab the gold and silver and slay ...