South Valley Tour, Tipón, Pikillaqta and Andahuaylillasfrom
This is a particularly unique tour, created for tourists searching more traditional attractions.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Fairly Easy
Group Size Medium Group
This is a particularly unique tour, created for tourists searching for more traditional tourist attractions.
South Valley is a tour package that combines in one trip 3 tourist destinations that show Inca and colonial architecture located a few kilometers south of Cusco.
The places we will visit are Archaeological Park of Tipón, Pikillaqta, and Andahuaylillas.
- Bilingual experienced Guide
- Pick up from your hotel
- Private Tourist Transport
- First aid kit
- Emergency oxygen bottle
- Tourist ticket for the entrance to the Archaeological Centers:
General Tourist Ticket S/. 130.00 | Partial Tourist Ticket S/. 70.00
- Meals or snacks
- Extra money
CUSCO – TIPON – PIKILLAQTA – ANDAHUAYLILLAS
Early, our private transportation will pick you up at your hotel between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m. to begin our adventure.
We will head to our first destination which is 23 kilometers from the city of Cusco.
The Archaeological Park of “Tipón”, an ancient Inca temple that extends over 240 hectares of land for cultivation (12 terraces are used) and amongst attractions is the royal house of the Inca whose walls were built with finely sculpted stones, the Intiwatana (altar of the sun), the viewpoint and its aqueducts.
Our guide will explain the history of the place and you will have free time take photos or videos.
At about 10:00 am we will head to the next destination in the Lucre district.
The Pre Inca city of “Pikillacta” which was one of the most important urban centers of the Wari Empire built with a geometric design that harmonizes with nature, presents long and narrow streets with buildings up to 4 floors high.
Our last tourist center is Andahuaylillas, a community at 3 198 masl. Here we will visit the “Iglesia San Pedro Apóstol” also known as “the Sistine Chapel of America” a popular attraction that left as a heritage the colonial era of Peru.
We will see an impressive collection of canvases with frames bathed in gold leaf and paintings in the mural beside baroque altarpieces.
The tour will end returning to the city of Cusco between 2:00 and 2:30 pm, our transportation will drop off our travelers at their hotels or near the main square.
Appropriate clothing for the trip (hat, rain poncho (rainy season), sneakers)
Sunblocker, mosquito repellent, lipstick
Bottle of water
Snacks (chocolates, candy, biscuits, etc.)
If you take any medication, bring it with you on your trip
Camera, external battery, sd memory
Additional national currency (soles)