Local Community Visits in the Sacred Valley

Attractions & Activities in the Sacred Valley

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For a glimpse at traditional life in the Andes, the Sacred Valley is a fitting place to begin. Many villages throughout the valley have maintained the traditions and culture of their ancestors dating all the way back to the Incas, from farming techniques and diet to weaving practices, language, and the clothes they wear.

In the rural weaving community of Umasbamba, located outside of Chinchero, locals still speak Quechua and spend their days toiling in the fields or weaving intricate textiles on traditional looms. As friends of the community, Kuoda can connect you to the heart of this charming Sacred Valley village. Visit the local school, witness a weaving demonstration, or enjoy an unforgettable homestay experience.

For more information about local community visits during your southern Peru vacation, contact a Kuoda Travel Designer today.

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Things To Do

Feeding a llama on one of our family tours of Peru

Family Peru Tour

08 DAYS / 07 NIGHTS

This family-oriented sample itinerary showcases a different side to Peru. Craft Andean pottery in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, marvel at the salt mines of …

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Private luxury Peru tour including the Amazon Rain forest, Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca

The Jungle, Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca

12 DAYS / 11 NIGHTS

From the verdant Amazon interior to the mist-shrouded Andean summits to the stark coastal deserts, this sample tour of Peru spotlights…

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Experience the magic of the sky lodge suites in the Sacred Valley on a personalized luxury Peru tour

Peru Adventure Tour

12 DAYS / 11 NIGHTS

Regal mountains loom over a fertile valley that follows an ancient river, which could tell you many colorful stories of Inca glory and downfall, when you get close enough to really listen.

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