Cusco Urban Adventures
Day tours, with a local
Cusco Urban Adventures offers a discovery of the hidden secrets and incredible ancient history on locally guided Cusco day tours. Here the vibe is that you’re never far from an undiscovered archeological site, or from the next big artist to make it on the world stage. Experience being surrounded in every direction with the remaining influence of the Incan legacy, the civilizations that lived before them, and the colonial conquistadors that tried to claim it all as their own. As you tour the Sacred Valley or wander the streets of Cusco on our experiential Cusco sightseeing tours, you know you are experiencing a living history.
With Cusco Urban Adventures you can spend the day exploring the ruins around Pisac and its colourful market where local farmers and artisans come to sell their wares to locals and tourists alike. The distinctive earthy musk of farm life, the sound of traditional Andean music, the colours of hand-woven textiles will all transport you to a world far away from the one you know on a tour of Cusco.
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On this day tour you'll visit key Incan highlights to experience Cusco at the grassroots level. Start at the vibrant San Pedro local market. Then head out of town to explore two major Inca sites, Sacsayhuaman and Q’enqo. Enjoy a picnic around amazing landscapes and then return to Cusco walking, learning about the history and culture along the way.more...
Sacred Valley In Depth
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From USD 96.00
Explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas with Cusco Urban Adventures. View Pisac town and the amazing views from the top of the mountains, and get lost in the labyrinth of the famous Pisac local market. Visit the impressive Ollantaytambo archaeological site, and get off of the beaten track to experience the local life and culture in the Sacred Valley.more...
Machu Picchu Full Day Tour
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From USD 350.00
Short on time? Not keen on sweating it out on the Inca Trail? Then join this Cusco tour to perform a major lifehack on your Peru travel plans by fitting a scenic train ride, picnic lunch, a soak in hot springs and a guided tour of Machu Picchu all into one day.more...
Cusco Pisco Making From USD 45.00
Get to know Peru through its flavors on this Cusco tour that teaches you all you need to know about one of Peru’s most unique creations – the Pisco Sour! From market, to mixing, to the best part - consumption! - we couldn’t teach you any more about this legendary drink on this tour even if we tried.more...
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One of the most important holidays to celebrate Peru's independence!Dia de Todos Los Santos
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All Saints Day is an exciting holiday celebrated throughout the country!Pisco Sour Day
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During the first weekend in February, come celebrate the national drink of Peru!more events...
Cheers to Pisco
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14 Mar 2014 This was a great tour with a very knowledgeable guide, definitely a recommendation!
20 Jun 2012 It turned out to be a private tour - it was perfectly organised - the few hours spent exploring the ruins at Machu Picchu would live with me for the rest of my life. Having a local guide does help when it comes to appreciating the customs and culture.
Welcome to Cusco – the historic capital of the Incan Empire, the gateway to Machu Picchu, and a lovely UNESCO World Heritage site. As a part of the Urban Adventures network, we are excited to share it with you through our unique Cusco and Sacred Valley tours. Whether this is visiting a local community or learning how to make a regional dish, our goal is to help make the world feel a little smaller by inspiring our travellers to experience a culture and its people in the most intrepid way possible – through local knowledge and local experience.
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