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Its name means small Cusco, and it was the Inca Wiracocha who ordered it to be built with palaces and temples, because, feeling old and tired, he wanted to leave the government, get away from the palace hustle and bustle of Cusco and seek rest and quiet in this place.
We pick you up from your hotel at 7:00 a.m. and drive for 1:30 minutes to patabamba from here we have a incredible view of the Sacred Valley. We begin our trek close to Siwa (3750 m). It will take us about 2 hours to get to the highest point, the Inca Yupanqui pass (4050m). During the trek we have excellent views of snow-capped peaks, cultivating fields and the possibility to see falcons in their natural habitat. From the pass it only takes 15 minutes to get to the canyon of Puma Punko (the gate of the Puma) and after that it only takes us one more hour to reach Huchuy Qosqo that once was the palace of the king Wiraccocha. We’ll get a guided visit and then a lunch at the site, and after we walk down for 1:30 minutes until Lamay village where our transportation to Ollantaytambo will wait for us. In Ollantaytambo we visit the city and have dinner before taking the train to Machupicchu Pueblo.
After an early breakfast we take one of the first buses up to Machupicchu to enjoy the sunrise before we begin our guided tour. We have a 3 hour guided tour and then we can explore the citadel on our own, if you like to you can climb Huaynapicchu but have in mind that you have to reserve the ticket well in advance. We take the bus back to the village where we’ll have lunch before we take the train in the afternoon to Ollantaytambo, and then we take you from the train station to your hotel in Cusco.
Huchuy Qosqo 2D/1N