Stories and customs of Ollantaytambo

From: $40.00

Tour Ollantaytambo and enjoy its great gastronomy and history.

Monday to Sunday 11am – 2pm

Price US$pp min 2 pax.
Adults 13 years and older: $40
Children 2 to 12 years old: $32
Under 2 years old: free

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What will you do?

We will meet at the main square of Ollantaytambo and quickly go to the living Inca village of Qosqo Ayllu. There I will tell you how the Incas conquered the Huari people and imposed their customs, religion and traditions. We will visit Inca houses more than 500 years old, walk along the cobblestone streets and see the Inca canalizations. Then we head to Pata Calle, where we will appreciate the archaeological site of Ollantaytambo and I will tell you the romantic story of Ollanta and Cusiqollor. Then we will head towards the Pinkulluna mountain to see the Inca granaries. At the end, we will go to the restaurant to taste typical Peruvian dishes.

Meeting Point


Monday to Sunday
11am - 2pm


How to get there

Ollantaytambo Main Square.

What is included in the price

Includes: a walk guided by Ollantaytambo and a typical Peruvian lunch made with ingredients from the Valley: starter, main course and a drink. There are vegetarian and vegan options. Taxes.

Does not include: alcoholic beverages and transportation.



Language in which the experience is offered

Spanish, English, Quechua

Things to consider

Bring a rain jacket,
sunscreen and hat.

Learn about host Roger

Roger comes from a humble Andean village located above Ollantaytambo where locals speak Quechua. His parents moved the family to Ollantaytambo when he was 8 to provide Roger with better education. When a tour guide friend invited him to join a tour, Roger was captivated by the diverse languages, customs and energy among the group of foreigners. By 2021, Roger was launching a project to cultivate community-based tourism. Today he is his community’s devoted ambassador, driven to preserve traditional culture and to raise the standard of living of local families through sustainable tourism.

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Cancellation Policy

Up to 72 hours prior