Incaland Hotel Sacred Valley

Address: Avenue Ferrocarril s/n Urubamba Cusco, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Avenue Ferrocarril s/n Urubamba Cusco, Sacred Valley, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Sacred Valley

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A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Apr 07, 2015

... cream cone.  However, there are holes in the cement for the trees to stick out along with water spouts for the rain to drain.  It's not a smooth level surface,  but rather the lumpy organic shape of the mountain side(covered in graffiti). Our tour guide said they don't get typhoons in Hong Kong,  but they do suffer from landslides.  I am assuming that there is a lot less probability of that now that the mountainside has been covered in cement.  How does that song go? They paved ...

Touring the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by kswingle on Apr 03, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... Terraces. Built by the Inca people, these terraces were used for experimental farming. As you work your way to the bottom, each terrace is 1 degree Celsius cooler than the previous one. They were fascinating...so much planning and so perfect in size and shape.

After all that touring and hiking (we climbed the equivalent of over 200 flights of stairs!), we enjoyed a top notch buffet lunch at a ...

Cusco round 2

A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Jan 20, 2015

The original plan was to leave Cusco after Machu Picchu, however we ended up staying for 4 days. The day after Machu Picchu consisted of food and sleep. In the evening we met up with the group we trekked Machu Picchu with and went out for a few drinks. We all get on really well and this turned out to be one of the best nights out we've had travelling! The following day we played board games in the hostel and headed to the local market ...

Zero to 12,000

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jan 12, 2015

1 comment, 29 photos

An early morning flight from sea-level Lima to Cuzco perched 11,000 feet (3362 metres) up in the Andes. Our plan is to spend a couple of days acclimating to the altitude in the Rio Urubamba Valley – the Sacred Valley of the Incas which is some 2000 feet (600 metres) lower. But Jose, our guide decides (or perhaps he was just following the itinerary provided to him) that we should first stop at the immense Inca ruin of Sacsaywaman which is not too far ...

Peru

A travel blog entry by lauren.green on Jan 09, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... include our sleeping bags and sleeping mats. After packing all our stuff and just making it under 6kg and doing a quick dash to the shops to get the last essential items for the trip, we hit they hay, ready for the next day.

The bus wove out of Cuzco, and headed to the first Incan site on the list, Pisac. It was beautiful here and gave us a good idea of what was to come. Riverlino gave some insight into the Incan culture and explained how many of the sites were were going to see ...