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MACHU PICCHU

Latika Cusco Travel has designed several day tours and complete packages to let travelers learn about the Inca and pre-Inca cultures. Machu picchu Latika Cusco Travel’s goal is to provide all the necessary information about the history and beauty of Cusco as well as to provide the best customer service possible and Cusco Travel details. Latika Cusco Travel has prepared a short overview about Cusco and its surroundings. Machu picchu The history of Cusco started about 3,000 years ago when a few inhabitants of the Tiahuanaco Culture decided to settle next to the River Huatanay. During the 1300s the Incas started to rule Cusco, but Inca Pachacutec was the Emperor who converted Cusco in the Empire of the Incas. Nowadays, Cusco is a cosmopolitan city where it is possible to find the best of the Southern Peruvian culture. Latika Cusco Travel believes that the mysticism of Cusco will make you feel as if you are in a different world. Most people planning to stay in Cusco for one or two days go back home regretting their choice.

CUSCO TRAVEL: Machu Picchu Tour 2 days

A visit to the Sacred Valley of the Incas helps the visitor understand the vision and beliefs of a rich and extensive empire. The beautiful ruins of Pisac and Ollantaytambo are just a prelude to the most impressive Incan ruin discovered until today. The immense complex of Machu Picchu contains several buildings and temples, each one of which had a specific purpose during the empire. Visiting Machu Picchu at sunrise is a once-in-a-lifetime experience not to be missed.

Cusco TRAVEL: CUSCO - Machu Picchu Tour 4 days

The capital of the Incan Empire is wrapped in history, culture, and beautiful landscapes. When time is short, it is important to get the most out of Cusco and its rich heritage. Learning about the Incas and the cultural mix between the locals and the Spaniards can be possible by visiting the Cathedral, the Qoricancha Temple, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and the majestic Machu Picchu.

Cusco TRAVEL: CUSCO - Machu Picchu Tour 6 days

 

All of the richness of Cusco and Machu Picchu would require weeks to be completely covered and learned. Cusco is history, culture, food, folklore, landscapes, and more. The combination of Incan and Colonial constructions surrounding the Qoricancha Temple is a good example of all the history of Cusco. The amazing landscapes of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and Machu Picchu are a magical and unforgettable experience.

 

In Cusco, Latika Cusco Travel recommends you to visit the Pre-Inca, Inca, and Colonial buildings surrounding the city as well as one of the new wonders of the new world, Machu Picchu. Latika Cusco Travel offers several adventure and traditional tours. The most popular tours are the Inca Trail, the Salkantay Trek, the City tour, the Sacred Valley of the Incas tour, and the Machu Picchu tour. If you are an adventurist, Latika Cusco Travel has selected a few beautiful treks as well as whitewater rafting tours in the Urubamba and Apurimac Rivers with class I, II, and III rapids. For Latika Cusco Travel staff the most popular activity in Cusco is the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. If you would like to read some information about the Inca Trail, please visit: There is never enough time while in Cusco because it is a city where archeologists are constantly discovering original Inca walls, buildings, and sometimes pre-Inca structures. Cusco City is located about 10,800 feet above sea level. Cusco is a blessed region where it is possible to find the Ausangate Nevado with about 21,000 feet above sea level and the amazing Andean jungle located from 6,000 feet to 3,300 feet. Latika Cusco Travel has designed several packages to fulfill your needs.

 

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