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This morning, grab an early transfer to the Sacred Valley.
First, we’ll visit Awanacancha, the llama project where you can see the South American camelids:
- Have the chance to see the traditional weaving and dying techniques practiced by the local people for centuries
Continuing on, we’ll arrive in Pisac, a town where we’ll spend time walking the market, a great place to buy unique and authentic souvenirs. Visiting the ancient and mysterious ruins of Pisac will leave you wondering at the exact purpose of this ancient site and marveling over the intricate remains of a civilization long gone.
With the Amazon Rainforest to the east of the mountains, it is generally understood that Pisac provided a connecting point of sorts between the highlands and the jungle.
After lunch at a local restaurant, transfer to Ollantaytambo, one of the last Inca cities that remains where we’ll enjoy a guided visit to the Inca site that crowns the town.
Continue on to your hotel that lies in the Sacred Valley for an evening of relaxation.
About Sol y Luna
Sol y Luna was born in 1996, when Franz and Petit - its founders - arrived in the Sacred Valley with the aim of settling there and sharing, with visitors and neighbors, what this land has to offer: beauty, culture and history, together with work and the joy of progress.
Sol y Luna boasts over 100 collaborators, who share a common philosophy of respecting the natural environment and living in harmony with the local culture. The hotel is located in the province and district of Urubamba, in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas, at an altitude of 8,850 feet, one hour’s drive from Cusco city.
Minutes away from the hotel, you can find important archaeological sites like Moray, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero and Machu Picchu.