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Communidad Racchi Ayllu S/N, Urubamba Peru
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Best of Sacred Valley Day Tour (small group): Pisac, Maras, Moray & Ollantayambo
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Best of Sacred Valley Day Tour (small group): Pisac, Maras, Moray & Ollantayambo
Get to know the best of the Sacred Valley day tour thanks to an exclusive itinerary. <br>+ See more sights than most of the other touristy tours that mainly head only to Pisac and Ollantaytambo (we visit also Maras and Moray!)<br>+ Avoid the majority of the touristy masses that go the other way around <br>+ Enjoy more than enough time for great storytelling, lessons about the Pre- and Inca as well as beautiful pictures and videos.<br>+ Small group of max 8 travelers and your certified guide personalize your experience<br><br>Be fascinated by the ancient ruins of Pisac, the archaeological site of Moray, the salt mines of Maras and impressive Inca constructions in Ollantaytambo. <br><br>Further, enjoy the privilege option to return to Cusco or to stay in Ollantaytambo to continue your travels to Aguas Calientes via train without missing any tour detail. <br><br>Time to enjoy the Sacred Valley together, making this day unforgettable!
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Single mothers do the work arming for the animals, preparing the wool. A unique experience. The gift area has many items all made at the place.
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I loved this place! The director of the place was very informative about the cause they were trying to promote (helping/empowering single mothers and decreasing the cost of organic), and the women showed us all the techniques of dying the wool. It was a beautiful place, and they
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