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On Day 4, you'll tansfer to Sacsayhuaman to explore this archaeological place.
- Visit Awanacancha, the llama project, where we will see different South American camelids
- Shuttle to Pisac for a hike to the region’s mysterious mountainside ruins
- Shop an impressive display of handmade textiles and crafts at a local Indian market
- Visit a local school to get to know the kids/teachers and to deliver materials, including books, pencils and crayons
Enjoy lunch at Hacienda Huayocary where you will discover a vast collection of folk art dating back to the seventeenth century. Check into the tranquil Sol Y Luna, your home for the next 3 nights, and enjoy a traditional Peruvian dinner. 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.