Explore stunning Inca sites within the Sacred Valley at leisure.
Step back in time through the cobblestone streets, ruins and quaint shops of Ollantaytambo.
The inhabitants of Ollantaytambo still maintain traditions inherited from their Inca ancestors.
The word Ollantaytambo derives from the Quechua word ‘Ulla-nta-wi’ which means “place to see down” The Ollantaytambo archaeological complex was a religious, military and agricultural center. Accompanied by your guide, today you will venture to climb the 150 steps that separate the summit from the low part of the Ollantaytambo fortress, in which th...
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This excursion is not recommended for people with reduced mobility.
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- To carry out this activity, the supplier will pick you up at your hotel.