Today you will have the opportunity of see and feed Andean camelids such as llamas, alpacas, vicunas and guanacos
The visit is including Pisac Indian Market which attracts thousands of visitors and people from remote communities, dressed in colorful, traditional attire.
In the afternoon, visit to the Ollantaytambo Ruins, named in honor of the chief Ollanta, who was famous for courting an Inca Princess daughter of Pachacutec. One of its best-preserved areas, known as Hanan Hucaypata lies north of the main square and contains 15 states built with elegantly crafted stone walks.
After, we will stop at Awanacancha, a place where we will be able to see and feed Andean camelids such as llamas, alpacas, vicunas and guanacos and where the locals will show us their traditional weaving and dyeing techniques. You will learn about the harvesting of the different wools and the natural dying techniques and have a chance to see native weavers from different areas showing their different weaving styles and dress with the goal to keep alive the traditional textile arts.
At the end of the tour, we will finally arrive to Chinchero. In this very well know textile village was located the hacienda of the Royal Inca, Tupac Inca Yupanqui, as well as a Colonial church built over the original Inca constructions, which had trapezoidal windows.