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     Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu tour 5D

    Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu tour 5D

    5 days - 4 nights


    Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu tour Description

    This Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu 5D tour package allows you to enjoy the most visited spots in the city also called the navel of the world, Cusco! You will also enjoy the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and discover the magnificent Incan constructions at Pisac and Ollantaytambo. Then visit a local coffee farm and family who will teach you about local agriculture, principally coffee production. You will get to know the members of the family and their deep-seeded knowledge of coffee and the processes it goes through from bean to cup. You will also be able to learn about other local produce and try fruit that is in season. Lastly, visit Machu Picchu via the hydroelectric station.


    Don’t have five days to spare? Take a look at our Sacred Valley & Coffee 2D tour.


    Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu tour Itinerary

    Day 1: Cusco

    TBD  Pick-up at the airport and transfer to your hotel. It is recommended that you rest to acclimate to the altitude.
    13:30 Pick-up at your hotel to begin your tour visiting the most popular and representative attractions in Cusco. These include the Cathedral, the Temple of Koricancha, and the archaeological complexes of Saqsaywaman, Qenqo, Puca Pucara, and Tambomachay. The tour will last approximately 4 hours.
    17:30 At the end of your tour, you will enjoy a fresh cup of COCLA coffee (included) and if you would like, you will be able to buy local organic products such as coffee and chocolate.
    18:30 Free night to explore the city at your leisure.

    Day 2: Sacred Valley, Huayopata (Coffee Plantation)

    08:10  We will pick you up at your hotel and begin this journey into the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. On the way, we will visit the market town and ruins of Pisac, whose larger-than-life agricultural terraces will leave you breathless.
    12:00 Buffet lunch in Urubamba.
    13:00 We will journey on in the direction of Ollantaytambo, where we will visit the famous Incan ruins and quaint town, which has maintained the original urban planning of the Incas.
    15:00 After your tour, we will continue in a private or public vehicle for about three hours to the coffee plantation and organic farm, where your family will be waiting with open arms. Upon arrival you will take a quick tour of the farm, eat dinner with your family and retire to your private room (with hot water for showering).

    Day 3: Huayopata, Santa Maria, Santa Teresa, Hydroelectric Station, Aguas Calientes

    07:30  Breakfast with the family.
    09:00 After breakfast, we will head to their farm to learn more about their livelihood. Here, you will try local fruit that is in season, and learn about different tropical produce such as coffee, cacao, coca, tea, among others. You will learn most about coffee, which is one of the representative products of the area, and which the family exports through their cooperative. These cooperatives award organic certification as well as adhere to fair trade practices. You will discover what exactly is behind a great cup of coffee, and even be able to prepare your own coffee in the traditional artisanal way of the region.
    12:00 Lunch on the farm.
    13:00 We will bid farewell to the family and continue on our way to the train station, where we will travel to the town of Aguas Calientes and arrive at approximately 6 pm. You will have the night to spend at your leisure in your hostel (basic accommodation with hot water – can be upgraded). In your hostel, your guide will explain what the tour for tomorrow entails and afterward you can relax in the hot springs of Aguas Calientes!

    Day 4: Machu Picchu

    05:00  Breakfast (on your own).
    06:00 A 30-minute bus ride to the ancient citadel. We will visit the citadel of Machu Picchu for a few hours with your guide, and then you will have some time to explore the magical complex on your own and take photos. Note: You will also have time to climb Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain at an additional cost. The entrance tickets to these must be purchased at the same time as the Machu Picchu entrance ticket ahead of time. Spaces are limited.
    12:00 Lunch (on your own).
    13:00 You will take the bus back down to Aguas Calientes for your return trip to Cusco. You will know your exact train schedule as soon as we buy your train ticket.
    22:00 Approximate arrival back in Cusco.

    Day 5: Cusco – Lima

    TBD  We will pick you up and take you to the airport for about an hour and a half before your flight. Considering your check-out will most likely be at 10 am, you will be able to leave your luggage in hotel storage if your flight is in the afternoon.



    Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu tour Prices (per person, USD)

    Group Service:

    # of Passengers Price per person
    1 767.00
    2 578.00
    3 544.00
    4 524.00
    5 512.00
    6 505.00

    Private Service:

    # of Passengers CAR VAN
    1 929.00
    2 620.00
    3 579.00
    4 535.00
    5 506.00
    6 486.00


    For a single-occupancy room for a third person in Machu Picchu, add $20.00
    If you do not require a bilingual guide, please discount: in shared service: $110.00./ in private service $30.00 (we will provide a guide for assistance, Spanish speaker only)


    Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu tour Includes:

    • Transfer from the airport to your hotel and vice versa
    • 02 nights in a Cusco hostal (double-occupancy room + breakfast)
    • 01 cup of coffee in Cocla café (cooperative organization)
    • City Tour: Transportation + guide + Cusco boleto turístico + Koricancha entrance fee (does not include Cathedral entrance fee)
    • Sacred Valley Tour: transportation + guide + buffet lunch
    • Coffee Plantation Tour:
      • Roundtrip Transportation
      • 1-night lodging on the farm in a double-occupancy room plus 03 meals
      • An interactive tour of the coffee farm
      • Bilingual guide
      • Time with a local family
    • Tour Machu Picchu:
      • Double-occupancy lodging (basic hostel + breakfast)
      • Round trip bus ticket to Machu Picchu
      • Professional Guide
      • Machu Picchu entrance ticket
      • Train ticket from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
      • Transportation from Ollantaytambo to Cusco

    Does Not Include:

    • Cathedral entrance fee ($8.00)
    • Train Ticket from the Hydroelectric Station to Aguas Calientes ($35.00)
    • Meals except for breakfast in the hostel
    • Entrance ticket to climb Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain ($20.00)
    • Snacks or meals not mentioned
    • Personal expenses
    • Any other costs not mentioned in the program

    Any other costs not mentioned in the program

    Complimentary group tours: (bus and guide):

    • Maras Moray: $14.00 (English and Spanish)
    • Southern Valley: 14.00 (English and Spanish)



    Cusco Sacred Valley, Coffee & Machu Picchu 5D Tour Optional Add-Ons

    Andean Community (+1D)

    Spend a day with an Andean family living at more than 3,500 meters in the Andean Mountains of the Sacred Valley for a unique experience learning about their customs. You will have lunch with the community, and afterward, you will participate in some coveted local traditions, such as learning about local agriculture centered around potatoes, and Andean grains, among others. The specific program will depend on the time of year. Dine with the community before spending the night in a homestay.

    Maras/Moray/Chinchero (+1D)

    These three places exhibit some of the most important history in Peru. Moray was an Incan agricultural laboratory that consists of concentric circle terraces. These terraces were used to grow hundreds of different crops according to different ecological needs, however all in one location. After spending some time in Moray we will drive to the salt flats of Maras where you will find salt mines still used by locals today! In the town of Chinchero, you will learn about traditional alpaca-wool weaving methods used by indigenous women, that have been passed down through generations. You will receive a presentation about how alpaca wool is cleaned, dyed, and woven into intricate designs. Here, you will also have to the opportunity to purchase handmade items, including blankets, sweaters, scarves, and more.

    Potato Park (+1/2D)

    Did you know that Peru is home to over 3,000 types of potatoes? While this attraction may not have every potato known to the country, there are upwards of 1,000 different species here! This project aims to protect and restore hundreds of species, with an emphasis on sustainable and traditional agriculture. While on tour at the Potato Park, we will sample white, yellow, and purple potato varieties with different traditional sauces. You will also see local women weaving traditional cloth, and be able to purchase items if you wish.

    Southern Valley (+1D)

    During the Southern Valley addition, we will bring you to the impressive complex of Tipón, which was an important ceremonial and agricultural center. Water was quite sacred to the Incas and here you will have no trouble seeing why! The next stop will bring you to Pikillacta, once a great urban center during the pre-Inca Wari empire. It consists of more than a thousand constructions including plazas, fields, housing, temples, and wide streets with buildings that at one time were four stories tall. Lastly, we will take you to Andahuaylillas: This chapel has been names the “Sistene Chapel of the Americas,” due to its intricate colonial murals, and its 24-carat gold plated alter, and polychrome ceiling.

    Please contact us at info@coclatours.com for pricing details on these additional options.

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