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Excellent tour. Very punctual and professional; the Guide was well informed and was able to bring the site to life!
Tour was great. Very informative and the agency well organized. An amazing experience!
From pick-up to drop-off the tour was exactly as described and timed (practically to the minute). Felt like a private tour (two of us and three other people) in our own tour van with driver and guide. Guide was informative, able to answer all the questions - good English. Qenqo, Tambomachay, and Pucca Pucara were very interesting, but the highlight - walking beside the massive stone walls of Sacsayhuaman fortress. Of the tours we did in Cusco, this was the most interesting and the best.
Wonderful experience. So much to learn and see. The entire area is beautiful. Be ready to do some climbing...it will prepare you for Macchu Picchu.
The tour bus and guide promptly showed up at our hotel. The tour took us to 4 closeby Inka ruins on the hill side. One of us had to pace slowly at one of the sites due to the high altitude but it was worth seeing the sites with a tour guide.
There were just 3 in our tour and that was fine with me as we got the attention of our guide, Vicente Fuentes. Nice, funny man.
Sacsayhuaman is a beautiful archeological zone in Cusco. It's amazing to walk through the park and wonder just how it was built. There are stones over 12 feet tall and magnificent patterns of religious Inca animals throughout. We were in a group of three people so it was great to have a more personalized experience with the guide! The guide was funny and knowledgeable as well!
My tour to Sacsayhuaman was ok due to the fact that it was a little short but our guide was very explanatory and knowledgable of the area. I would recommend it because of the landscape of the surrounding areas.
This was one of the last tours we experienced in Lima and it was very interesting. The location(s) were great. Our guide, Leslie, was very informative and knowledgeable about the archeological park(s) - there were 4 in total that we visited plus a factory where we learned about the difference between "baby alpaca" and "maybe alpaca" - interesting and helpful if you are beginning your trip!