Cusco Tours

Cusco Private Tours & Small Group Tours – Guided Tours

Cusco is a treasure trove of historic sights and living cultural traditions; It is the home of many attractions. Some companies try to squeeze everything into a day trip, but we prefer spreading out the tours over separate days, giving our guests ample time to soak in the majesty and wonder of these ancient sites.

Most companies offer standard bus tours. Here at Cusco Transfers & Tours, we believe in quality over quantity. We offer tours in Cusco, giving you the best taste of the area with the time you have available, at affordable rates.

Choose between a tour (small groups) Private 2-6 people only in Group:

Exploring the city of Cusco on a private tour will provide much greater flexibility experiencing the path through the Sacred Valley, and around Cusco (city tour). Depending on your interests and preferences, you will be free to spend more time in areas of particular interest such as the ruins. We can accommodate any size group and any itinerary. Our Tours include staff Pick-up and drop off anywhere in Cusco (Hotel or airport) and around the Sacred Valley.

Do you have a limited time in the area, but still want to make the most out of your trip? If so, Cusco Transfers & Tours is for you! It is also perfect for those who plan to stay in the Sacred Valley for an extended time, or those heading to Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu train and still wish to visit the sites along the way! We can pick you up at the airport in Cusco and drop you anywhere in the Sacred Valley, including the train station of Ollantaytambo.

Examples of our private tours are listed, you can request any changes to better accommodate your trip, and we will be more than happy to help you plan a great itinerary.

Sacred Valley.

The valley itself is fed by numerous rivers which descend through adjoining valleys and gorges, and contains numerous archaeological remains and villages. The valley was appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the empire’s main points for the extraction of natural wealth, and one of the most important areas for maize production in Peru northwards from Pisaq.

The suggested Itineraries that you can quote:

  • Sacred Valley with CT I: Pisaq, Ollantaytambo Town + Ruins and extra stops
  • Sacred Valley with CT II: Chinchero, Moray and the Maras Town +Salt Mine
  • Sacred Valley with CT III: Chinchero, Moray, Salt Mines and Ollantaytambo
  • Sacred Valley with CT IV: Pisaq, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero and more
  • Sacred Valley with CT  V: Pisaq, Moray and the Maras Salt Mines and extra stops
  • Half Day with CT : Moray and the Maras Salt Mines
  • Half Day with CT : Pisaq ruins + Market and Extra Stops

City Tour – Four Ruins

This it is an interesting tour that permits us to know the archaeological Group of Saqsayhuaman complex, an important Inka period. Located in the high part of Cusco, you can appreciate impressive walls of stone, each one elegantly carved from 90 to 125 tons of weight. In the outskirts is a statue of Christ approximately 25 meters high called “The White Christ” that was a gift of the Arab Palestinians to Cusco. From there we have a spectacular view of all the city of Cusco. You won’t want to miss Qenqo, as it is considered one of the most important pre-colombian tombs in the Inka culture. Pucapukara is respected as Center of caution or place of social control, and Tambomachay is respected as place of worship to the water.

The suggested Itineraries that you can quote:

  • Half Day City Tour I: Saqsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, Tambomachay.
  • Half Day City Tour II: Qoricancha, Saqsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, Tambomachay.
  • Half Day City Tour III:Cathedral, Qoricancha, Saqsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, Tambomachay.
  • Half Day Walking Tour : Cathedral, Main Square, Qoricancha , San Pedro Market.
  • Half Day Walking Tour II : Main Square, 12 angles stone, San Blas neighborhood , San Pedro Market.
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