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Pisaq Trekking Half Day

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Trip Overview

Trip Overview

Service: Private & Shared
Activity: Walking
Difficulty: Moderate
Next Departures: Depends on clients

Itinerary

Itinerary

Pick from your hotel, depart Cusco, in the way to the the biining point of our short hike, we will enjoy the mazing view that the Sacred Valley offers, our walking stars in the highest point of Pisaq Town, then we follow the trail, walking up to the Archeological Center of Pisaq, known as Inka Písac, which lie atop a hill at the entrance to the valley. The ruins are separated along the ridge into four groups: Pisaqa, Intihuatana, Q’allaqasa, and Kinchiracay. Intihuatana includes a number of bathes and temples. The Temple of the Sun, a volcanic outcrop carved into a “hitching post” for the Sun (or Inti), after the guided visit of the site we come back to Pisaq Town and visit the craft fair.

Included:

  • Transportation hotel – Pisaq – hotel
  • Professional guide

Not included:

  • Tourist pass

USEFUL INFORMATION

About Cusco

About Cusco

Often referred to as the “Archaeological Capital of the Americas”, Cusco is a beautiful city riddled with just the right mix between the indigenous and western modern world styles. It is this mix that has given Cusco its rare beauty. Most visitors are interested in getting to Machu Picchu,…

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About Arequipa

About Arequipa

The city of Arequipa is the 2nd largest city in Peru and of major importance in the south zone of the country. It is the capital of the province of Arequipa (department of Arequipa) and is commonly known as “The White City” for numerous and magnificent temples, convents, homes…

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About Puno

About Puno

* Puno has been designated to become a Special Economic Zone or “Zona Economica” by Peru’s president, Alan Garcia. * The area surrounding the city of Puno was where the Aymara civilization started. * Puno has been named the “Capital folklórica del Perú” (folkloric capital of Peru) from its…

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