6 days Inca Voyage - day by day detailed description

Day 1 - Cusco - Arrival
After your flight over the snowpeaks of the Andes, you will arrive into Cusco the capital of the Inca empire. Upon your arrival our representatives will take you to the hotel. Then you will have a private city tour that will last approximately 4 hours. You will visit the Center of Cusco, the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, Koricancha and the four ruins Tambomachay, Puca Pucara, Quenko, and the Sacsayhuaman.

Day 2 - Sacred Valley - Aguas Calientes

Early in the morning you will begin the Full Day-Tour to Sacred Valley. The first stop is “Hawana Cancha”, a place to take the first pictures of landscape and llamas. Another photo stop is at the viewpoint Taray. There you can observe the Sacred Valley and the Nevado Taray.  After that you will arrive at Pisac. You visit the ruins of Pisac (60 min) and visit the Indian market of Pisac (40 min, open every day of the week).


To have lunch (not included) you head towards Urubamba. There you have 1.5 hours to relax. After lunch you arrive at Ollantaytambo train station to take the train to Aguas Calientes. The train takes approximately 2 hours. When you arrive at Aguas Calientes a transfer will bring you to the hotel. Your guide for Machu Picchu meets you there to coordinate a time for the next day. After the check in you have the rest of the day to discover Aguas Calientes and to enjoy the hot springs.

Day 3 - Machu Picchu - Cusco
The next day you will start at the time you had coordinated with your private guide. You will have a transfer to the bus station to take the bus to Machu Picchu complex. 20 min later you arrive at Machu Picchu and begin the guided tour. After the tour you will have free time to explore the citadel. In the afternoon you will take the train back to Cusco were you will arrive in the early evening. Here you will be transferred to the hotel.

Day 4 - Cusco - Puno
Today one of South America's most extraordinary overland trips takes you by bus to Puno passing through striking highland scenery and picturesque Andean villages. Brief stops at the town of Andahuaylillas, a showcase of the colonial art in Peru, sometimes called "the Sistine Chapel of America" and at Raqchi to see the remains of the remarkable temple of Viracocha, considered by the historians an important Inca construction. Upon your arrival in Puno our representatives will take you to your hotel.

Day 5 - Puno - Lake Titicaca
Boat excursion to Uros and Taquile Islands on Lake Titikaka. This full day excursion will take you to the highest navigable lake in the world to the floating islands of the Uros Indians, man-made islands by tying totora reeds. The Uros considered themselves Lords of the Lake; they hunt wild birds and maintain traditional fishing methods. The men have developed an extraordinary skill in weaving reeds; producing houses, boats and handicrafts, and the women are expert knitters. Continuing to Taquile where a native community of about 400 families still lives with the traditions and high principals of the Incas. Taquile is a very important site on Lake Titikaka for its archeological remains, the sacred and ceremonial sites, the festive activities and their rituals. Taquile is characterized by its friendly inhabitants, who maintain their customs and traditional clothing. They distinguish themselves by their detailed, fine, and colorful textiles with symmetrical decorations and symbols that reflect their way of life and Andean beliefs. Lunch is included. 

Day 6 - Puno - Out
After breakfast you will have a transfer to the airport (or bus or train station) for your following destination. We hope you had a great journey!