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Sacred Valley Tour with Moray and Salt Mines Included!

The Sacred Valley is vast and stretches for miles with many small indigenous towns, secluded weaving villages, outdoor handicraft markets and ancient Inca Ruins including Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Urubamba. Orange Nation also includes the Salt Mines in Maras which has thousands of ponds carved into the mountainside and the Terraces of Moray, which are built in the form of an ampitheatre and have different temperatures at each level to grow different crops. It was watered through a complex irrigation system and allowed the cultivation of the Incas to grow over 250 types of vegetables.

NO OTHER TOUR OPERATOR INCLUDES Maras and Moray in the Sacred Valley Tour.


DAY 1: SACRED VALLEY OF THE INCAS(Pisac + Moray + Maras + Salt mines + Ollantaytambo) 

We will pick you up from your hotel at 7:30am with our private van and head to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, taking the route to Pisac. We stop at the mirador of Taray to enjoy a beautiful overhead view of the Urubamba valley which accents the surrounding mountain ranges. Next, we head to the archaeological site of Pisac, where you can see the biggest Inca cemetery with more than 2,000 tombs. There, we can admire the hand carved farming terraces built into the side of the Mountain, explore the Inca tunnel and the religious site of this important Inca ruin. After approximately 2 hours, we will visit the colorful Pisac Market which is the largest Market in the region, spend a little time visiting just to see the different handicrafts (you do not need to buy anything) before heading to Urubamba for lunch.

After lunch, we visit Moray, which was an experimental farming site built in the form of an ampitheatre with different temperature at each level which grows different types of crops. These levels of terraces were carved before the Incas and then used by the Incas.

We continue our journey to the colonial town of Maras, walking downhill to the pre-Inca salt mines. Over three thousand salt ponds have been used to extract salt since before Inca times and still supplies Peru with over 90% of its salt. A hot spring at the top of the valley trickles a stream of salty water, which fills the salt ponds and evaporates to produce a salt that is used for our consumption. Finally, we drive to Ollantaytambo to explore this quaint Inca village and the amazing Inca Ruins on the hill top above. Here we spend the night at our hotel in Ollantaytambo so we are ready to catch the early morning Train to the starting point of the Inca Trail.

Finally, we will return to Cusco,arriving to your hotel around 6.30pm.

*** We can end this tour in Ollantaytambo too!



  • Private group
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Water
  • Private comfortable transportation
  • Taxes


  • Entrance tickets to archeological sites:  70 soles (1 day only) or approximately $22 USD per person which can only be purchased in soles only at the first archeological site. (See the Boleto Turistico here)
  • Meals
  • Salt Mines entrance (10 soles)


The Sacred Valley Tour is available on any date as long as we have a minimum of 2 persons to book.

2 people$ 65  USD per person
3 people$ 55  USD per person
4 people$ 50  USD per person
+5 people$ 45  USD per person

Price for a private Sacred Valley tour: US$177 in total (for a group up to 6 people. 


  • Entrance tickets to archeological sites:  70 soles or approximaely $22 USD per person which can only be purchased in soles at the first archeological site. ((See the Boleto Turistico here)
  • Salt Mine entrance of (10 soles)

Important Info

The Boleto Turistico (tourist ticket) for the Sacred Valley Tour

You have the Option to Purchase a 1 Day or a 10 Day Boleto Turistico. 

The partial ticket, or 1-Day ticket costs 70 soles (about US $20) and is valid for 1 day. You can visit as many sites as you like in one day with no further charge. There are no discounts with this ticket.

Both tourist tickets, 1-day or 10-day, allows the access to different archeological sites in and around Cusco, the Sacred Valley, various museums in Cusco, the Main Cathedral, the Qoricancha and more.  This is the best way to visit all the archeological sites of the region and the Sacred Valley. Most of the main archeological sites are not accessible for free.

The general ticket, or 10-Day Ticket is 130 soles (about US $38) and is valid for 10 days. This is the cheapest and most convenient way to plan to see different sites in a few days.

Here is a list of sites where you can use your Boleto Touristico:

  • Sacsayhuaman
  • Qenqo
  • Pucapucara
  • Tambomachay
  • Pisaq
  • Ollantaytambo
  • Chinchero
  • Moray
  • Tipon
  • Piquillaqta
  • Pachacutec Monument
  • Cusco’s Native Art Center
  • Museum of popular Art
  • Museum of contemporary Art
  • Museum of Regional History

Note : The entrance ticket to the main archeological sites such as Sacsaywaman, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero, Tipón and Moray cannot be sold individually; you Must buy the Boleto turístico to visit them. You can get it in Avenida el Sol near our office or at the time you enter the first site that you are visiting. YOU MUST PAY IN SOLES, NO CREDIT CARDS OR US DOLLARS ARE ACCEPTED. 

ImportantThese entrances are not included in the Boleto Touristico.  

  • The entrance to Qoricancha or Santo Domingo Convent (10 soles)
  • The entrance to the Cathedral (25 soles)
  • Animal Sanctuary (25 soles)
  • Maras Salt Mines (10 soles)

*** Find the best information about Boleto turistico here!

Packing list


  • Warm jacket.
  • Hat.
  • Water.
  • Sun protection.
  • Some money for souvenirs.
  • Money in soles to purchase boleto touristico y entrance to salt mine.
  • Original passport.

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