Cusco, Peru

Cusco, Valle Sagrado and Machu Picchu Tour

Enjoy the most visited spots in the city of Cusco, also known as the navel of the world! You will explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and discover the magnificent Incan ruins at Pisac and Ollantaytambo. Then stop by a local coffee farm and family to learn about local agriculture, principally coffee production. You will get to know the family members and their deep-seeded knowledge of coffee and the processes it goes through from bean to cup. Additionally, you'll be able to gain knowledge about other local produce and sample local seasonal fruit. Lastly, you will be able to admire, explore, and climb Machu Picchu!

Right for You?


5 Days / 4 Nights

Travel Style

Active Adventure, Cultural Immersion and Connect with Nature


English and Spanish
Discount available if you speak Spanish!

Physical Activity

Moderate activity


City/Urban, Rural Communities and Mountains


Wifi: None
Cell: Limited

Cocla Tours

Locally Owned Community Cooperative
Starts at:


View Pricing & BookAsk a Question

Speaks: English and Spanish


  • Spend a day getting to know the beautiful sights Cusco has to offer!
  • Journey into the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas to visit its famous ruins and quaint town.
  • Learn about coffee production from organic farmers and spend the night on their plantation.
  • Explore the magical citadel of Machu Picchu and climb the Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain!



Flexible Departure Date
All year


2 travelers minimum

What's Included


4 Nights Hostal and Family Homestay


Bilingual guide


Some meals included (see itinerary)


Air-con bus, Private van and Train

Traveler Reviews

None Yet!
If you've been here, please tell us about it!  

Your Local Host

Cocla Tours

Locally Owned Community Cooperative

Interested in Peruvian culture, getting to know local families, learning about coffee production? Come on an adventure with Cocla Tours as they provide some of the best tours in the South of Peru! Cocla Tours is a cooperative of local farmers. They offer cultural and adventure tours in and around Cusco, mainly with coffee producers but also some cacao and tea producers. All the experiences are close to or on the way to Machu Picchu. They are unique because they promote community tourism in the region by directly involving the producers. They help families manage their private rooms to receive tourists and give them training. Many families are now benefiting from these activities in the area.

Read the Full Story

Getting There

Transport options

Get picked up (included)
map marker

Keep Exploring