SACRED VALLEY
SETTLED800 BC
STRETCHES ACROSS60 KM
ONCE THE PROPERTY OFEMPEROR OF THE INCAS
Close to Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley was believed to have been utilized by the Incan people primarily because of its lush, fertile soil. Today there are several ruins throughout the valley, revealing a great deal about Peru’s past.

Located close to Cusco, this makes a great day trip. Not to mention, there are quite a few exhilarating activities and experiences in the Sacred Valley for those looking to find adventure when in this region of the country.
  • OLLANTAYTAMBO RUINS

    Ollantaytambo represents both a current small town and the site of oft-visited Incan ruins. The streets are cobblestone, the people friendly and the chocolate museum a must-visit. The ruins themselves consist of a royal residence, temples and a fortress.

  • MOUNTAIN BIKE THROUGH THE VALLEY

    A very popular way to tour the Sacred Valley, mountain biking tours have become increasingly prevalent in the past few years. Trails and dirt roadways take you past some of the region’s most visited ruins to include: Qenqo and the X Zone.

  • RAINBOW MOUNTAIN

    Rainbow Mountain is perhaps one of the most prominent hikes you can take in all of Peru. So named because of its astounding multicolored sandy stretches, the mountain rises to a height of 14,000 ft.

VEBO EXPERIENCES IN SACRED VALLEY