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This may be the best tour I have ever taken. Isaac (the driver) and Holger (the guide) were exceptional. We got to see the backside of the villages and towns of Sacred Valley, had lunch served by a Peruvian woman named Amelia, who met us several blocks, maybe a tenth of a mile down the narrow back alley road workers had torn up (throwing the rubble into the middle of the road) and who (Amelia) helped Isaac remove the bolders so we could have lunch in a grotto behind her house. The lunch was superb. Avocado salad, Quinoa Vegetable soup, and chicken and rice.
All of this and Sacred Valley, too. What more could one ask?.
Outstanding tour! Carlos our guide gave us a fantastic day! We got to see many sights and the lunch with the locals was an awesome experience! We never felt rushed and Carlos shared a lot of interesting and valuable information! Its a great way to experience this beautiful country! Highly recommend!
Bobbie was a great tour guide. I was the only person on the tour. We only had time for the Ollantaytambosite due to traffic on a Sunday. Had a three course lunch with a private family, watched chocolate being made and visited the market in Pisac. Bobbie was my guide and so knowledgeable. A great tour and plenty of time for pictures and pitstops en route. Britt
Even though I was the only participant they still provided an excellent experience.
The Sacred Valley and Ollantaytambo are absolutely breathtaking. Full of rich tradition, culture and history.
Absolutely excellent tour. Very informative with the tour guide being very professional as well as the driver. Very satisfied with the service provided.
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip. Our guide was very knowledgeable and made the trip a pleasure. We loved the Peruvian lunch that was provided in a private house in a remote village near Pisac and also the surprise of young woman who spontaneously gave us a demonstration of how she made chocolate. My husband loved it and bought a weeks worth. The disappointment was the visit to a alpaca clothing shop we didn't realise was part of the schedule and the realization that our guide got a 'kick back' from my purchases. I always feel taken advantage of when this happens and I am very reluctant to buy anything when it is unclear who benefits. Therefore I will not give this trip a 5 star rating.