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Cusco city tour and outskirts 1/2 day

Cusco city tour: is an amazing guided private tour, to the town located in the heart of the sought Peruvian Andes, at 11,023 ft. 3360 meters above sea level by the plaza de arms, and 13°31′00″S 71°58′44″O, founded on 12th century by the 1st inca: “Macco Ccapac, and his Wife Mama Occllo”, this town became to be the center of the most strong and sophisticated culture of the entire Americas, then was Re-founded on 1438 by the 9th inca named: Pachacuteq.

The name of the city is: CUSCO, Spelt with “S” in Spanish, and QOSQO in the local language, Qosqo mean (Center and Navel), commonly misspelled as Cuzco, the books and website spell with Z, means as well that they are not local consequently, do this mistake, that the locals does not like.

Between the centuries XIII and XVI, the inca culture expanded the land and covered the current territories of Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Colombia, then Spanish arrive d to Cusco on 15th November of 1533, during the Spanish times, there was destroyed many incredible palaces, and started adapting their houses, and churches during the XVII, and XVIII century. Nowadays, the city is spectacular and mixture of Spanish, and Inca architecture.

Physical Level:
Highest Altitude:
3400 msnm
Recommended Seasson:
March to December
Tour Type:
Trip Length:
6 hours
Group Size:
Price From:
$ 25 USD


You will see incredible sites such the sun temple, streets, plazas and the city center, then drive to the outskirts and admire the Sacsayhuaman, qenqo and other archaeological sites.


  • Pick up at your hotel in cussco.
  • Professional Driver.
  • Private Transport.
  • 1rst AID Kit, included emergency Oxygen bottle.
  • English speaking professional local tour guide.

No Included

  • Fee for visited places.
  • Meals


Bring proper clothes, photo camera, suns cream and a good attitude to enjoy a wonderful sightseeing.

Pricing List

Numero de Personas Precio por persona Total ($ USD) Reservar
1 $ 120.00 $ 120.00 Book Now
2 $ 70.00 $ 140.00 Book Now
3 $ 50.00 $ 150.00 Book Now
4 $ 40.00 $ 160.00 Book Now
5 $ 35.00 $ 175.00 Book Now
6 $ 30.00 $ 180.00 Book Now

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long have you been in business and how many clients travel with you each year?

We started in 1982. With over 35 years of operation, we’ve become one of the leaders trailblazing trips to places most other travel companies don’t go.

What assurance do you provide to protect the traveler’s investment?

We know people are concerned about being left high and dry by unscrupulous or unwise travel companies. We want you to know that we are happy to provide you with recent client and credit references, and we maintain active memberships in the most prominent trade groups, including the American Society of Travel Agents, the International Airline Travel Agent Network, The Airline Reporting Corporation, the Adventure Collection, and the Golden Gate Better Business Bureau. We also participate in California’s Seller of Travel Consumer Protection Program and our registration number is 1006401-10.

What kinds of trips do you offer?

We offer a full palette of tours, treks, small ship cruises and train journeys, from luxurious to edgy, from mountaineering expeditions to special interest excursions to fine art museums. We have varied travel tastes, so do most of our clients, and we have a lot of fun offering a variety rather than a strict subset of experiences. We are not your hosteling, low-budget company and we strive to offer the highest quality service in some of the world’s most challenging destinations.

Who will answer my calls and questions when I call you, both before and after I sign up?

We’re very proud of the fact that your primary contact throughout and after your trip will be the Destination Expert who very likely created the trip in the first place, scouted it, and sent the scores of emails and letters it took to hammer it into shape. Our Destination Experts and Operations Managers are hardworking experts, but they’re also enthusiasts, which is why we don’t hesitate to advise you to question them freely.

What is the difference between a tour and a trek?

On a tour we fly, drive, sail, or perhaps take a train to our overnight destination, which will be a hotel as comfortable and luxurious as common sense and the locale allow. We walk in museums and around villages and towns, but on the whole our tours are physically non-demanding, and many of them compare in comfort level to classic European tours.

Our treks are essentially backpacking trips without the backpack (we carry only light daypacks) and the hassle (of cooking, setting up, etc.). First-time trekkers are almost invariably astounded by the high level of creature comforts on trek. Porters or pack animals carry all bags, food, tents, etc., and staff prepares all meals, washes all dishes, puts up and takes down camp, and generally takes care of everything but the walking (which never, unless we highlight it in the itinerary, involves anything more more technical than a hike in the Sierra Nevada, for example).

How difficult are your tours?

When we categorize a tour as Rigorous it’s usually because we attain high altitude (i.e., more than 10,000 feet) at some point, or conditions, i.e., hot water, etc., may not always be optimal. Moderate tours may involve some less-than-five-star conditions and longer drives than Easy tours, which are just that, easy and luxurious.

How difficult are treks?

An Easy trek will generally stay at low (under 10,000 feet) altitudes. Hiking days will be short (less than six hours), and there will not be a lot of elevation gain (a 1,000-foot day is easy, 4,000 feet is a good workout). A moderate trek will likely involve a little more altitude, but will still involve less steepness and altitude gain than a Rigorous trek, which will usually combine altitudes in excess of 15,000 feet with some good steep, long days on the trail.

Who will lead my trip?

Our trip leaders are vetted for three main criteria: First, an ability to prevent and solve problems in the field, the capacity to deal with the various cultures, governments, and business practices in the places we visit. Two, an ability to relate to and enjoy our travelers. And three, a love for and a knowledge of the place.

What is your maximum group size?

Sixteen is our maximum, and our minimum is highly flexible. Many of our custom trips range from one traveler on up.

What kinds of hotels and accommodations do you use?

We stay in top-notch hotels, usually the finest, or, in remote areas, the commonsense best. Sometimes the best is a place like Pakistan’s lovely, Serena Khaplu Palace, or it may be a place like the deceptively modern and grand hotel in Tibet’s Shigatse. We stay in guesthouses in remotest Bhutan where “rustic” is more than travelprose, but where the kindliness of the local people, the calm neatness of things, and the stunning views are consolation enough. In all, though, we strive to stay in the most atmospheric and luxurious properties available.

What land operators do you use?

All travel companies subcontract with companies in the field for transportation, hotels, local guides, and other services. Though almost all our trips also have a “western” leader, we’re very proud of our carefully picked and tested local operators. In Nepal our associates developed the concept of trekking, and uphold the finest professional standards; they are the best. We’ve been taking people to Bhutan longer than any of our competitors, so we’ve built excellent relations and clout with the finest operators there. Many of our staff have lived overseas, and it’s a condition of employment that our Destination Experts regularly return to scout, revise, and get the latest info.

Can you arrange air transportation and post- and pre-trip extensions?

Our in-house air travel department is a full-service agency which can book a full range of domestic and international flights. We are familiar with booking procedures for even the most obscure carriers (e.g., Bhutan’s Druk Air), and we can and very often do arrange the most complex customized travel arrangements and extensions through the world.

Do you include trip insurance?

We automatically include medical expense, 24-hour hotline assistance, and transportation insurance for every trip participant. (Trip cancellation, interruption, and baggage insurance is optional.)

What should I do if I’m interested in a trip?

We have a lot more to say about our destinations and we’d love to answer your specific questions. So we encourage you to call us at 888-570-7108. We’re eager to talk about our famously detailed trip itineraries, costs and departures dates, and next steps.

Why you’ll love this trip

  • With permits included in your trip, seek out the rare mountain gorilla on a trek through Uganda’s steamy forests and spend an unforgettable hour in their presence.
  • Get the chance to spot and get close to all of the Big Five and more in Masai Mara National Reserve, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Etosha National Park and Chobe National Park, among others.
  • Experience the two sides of Jinja – a riverside retreat at the source of the Nile, but also the adventure capital of Uganda.
  • Chill out on the northern beaches of Zanzibar enjoying white sand and sparkling blue sea of the Indian Ocean, and cross over to Africa’s Atlantic coastline for seafood spreads and dune bashing experiences.
  • Meet with village communities during your African adventure, including the colourful Maasai tribespeople, the hunter-gatherer traditions of the San communities, and local fisherman on Lake Malawi.

Is this trip right for you?

  • Tracking gorillas in the dense forest can sometimes be wet, muddy and uncomfortable. The terrain is by no means easy either, so it can be pretty strenuous and often humid. But the sheer thrill in coming across a habituated group of gorillas, dominated by a great male silverback, more than outweighs any difficulty. You need to be prepared and fit enough to walk up to 4 hours – up and down hill. A top tip is to pack some gardening gloves to assist in any uphill climbs. See for more information.
  • Camp in the Serengeti National Park itself without fences between you and the animals. Your leader will brief you on the safety measures the group will need to take for the two nights spent in the park.
  • At Usambara Mountains the group will do a an easy hike to the beautiful Irente viewpoint.
  • We use mokoros (small dugout canoes) to pass through the shallow waterways of the Okavango Delta to get to our campsite for the night.
  • We use our purpose-built overland vehicles for the duration of this trip. This multi-purpose truck allows for great game viewing with large sliding windows. This means the trucks do not have air-conditioning and conditions can get dusty and hot.
  • The overland vehicle is large enough to seat up to 22 passengers and carries all the camping equipment needed for the duration of this trip. Therefore the going can be slow over the long distances and often bumpy roads.
  • This is a participatory camping trip. You will be expected to set up and take down you own tent as well as assist with food preparation and cleaning. This makes it quicker, easier, more fun and will bring the group closer together.
  • There will be many early starts either to make use of the better safari time or to beat the morning traffic on long travel days.

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