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Discover the South Valley | Andean Peru Trip Advisors

South Valley


$ 28 / per person

  • Water Worship Tipon
  • Sistine Chapel of America
  • Tipon Irrigation System
  • City Pre Inca Pikillacta

Important: To confirm your reservation, for Company policy We will only charge a percentage of the total price as initial payment. After the initial payment, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions.

The rest will be canceled when you are with us in Cusco.


Only day:

It combines beautiful natural landscapes, Inca architecture in Tipón, pre - Inca Wari architecture in Pikillacta, likewise Andahuaylillas visit its beautiful Chapel, known as the "Sistine Chapel of America"; exquisite cuisine that can be tasted in Saylla.



  • Pick up from your Hotel.
  • Tourist transport.
  • Official Tourism Guide.

Not include:


  • Tickets to Access.



  • Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Light clothing.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Blocker or sunscreen.
  • Caps for the sun.
  • A backpack.
  • Camera or video camera.
  • Waterproof in the rainy season (from October to March).





The tour starts from the pick-up at your hotel at 8:30 am and ends at approximately 2:00 pm 2:30 pm where you can visit the following places:

Tipón: As an emblematic example of Inca hydraulic wisdom, it was a major shrine where water was worshiped with the care and veneration that the Incas treated to this element. The walls were built with finely carved stones. Even more impressive is the irrigation system that is still serving agriculture and the advantage is the water intake in the spring season.

Pikillaqta: currently considered one of the best known and best preserved pre-Inca cities that exist in Peru with more than a thousand constructions between plazas, colcas (food deposits), courts or homes, temples, long narrow streets with buildings that had up to 4 floors high.

Andahuaylillas: Known as the "Sistine Chapel of America", due to the large number of works of art that have and decorate its interior, being paintings of the School Cusqueña of the seventeenth century, tempera murals on walls and roof, altarpieces, carved in wood covered in gold leaf.