Welcome to Inka Time Tours
We are Inka Time Tours, your travel agency and Tour operator in Cusco Perú. Our aim is to offer quality with reasonable prices in our services during your stay in the Land of the Incas.
We are a responsible agency involved with sustainable tourism activities like protecting the environment and respecting the native cultures and also the Flora & Fauna.
We have 9 years experience in tourist circuits around Cusco and the rest of Perú, for this we have the best team of professionals at your service.
The Andean World is waiting for you...
Our combined camping and lodge expeditions offer a longer period to really experience the wonders of the rainforest. The macaw collpa in Tambopata made famous by numerous documentaries and magazine articles is by far the most exciting place to visit along this stretch of river and due to its remote location has good wildlife viewing possibilities. We can also arrange tailor made expeditions if clients are interested in shorter or longer trips or are particularly interested in birdwatching or photography. For backpackers looking for a genuine rainforest experience but at a cheaper price we offer a lodge and camping trip to the River Piedras. It is cheaper as a peke-peke motor is used not an outboard motor thereby increasing the journey time but not effecting the quality of service.
Very few places in the world show such a charming nature, so splendorous and magic and as well as abundant. One of them is the Amazon, located in the jungle of Peru, a great mixture of rainforests, and so highly-flowed rivers, huge swamps and “Aguajal” forests all form part of this marvelous end exuberant ecosystem in where life is shown in almost all forms. Into this wonderful place, in a 10-hectare size, it is located the Natural Eco-Amazon Lodge Ecological Park; place known as Tambopata, at only 30 kilometers down from Madre de Dios River. Get lost in this wonderful place and observe the noisy and joyful parrot flocks, as well as the more than 1200 bird species, also have the chance to admire the 700 types of butterflies, and interact by yourself with the hundreds of animals that look for shelter into the Amazon. Eco-Amazon Lodge invites you to join to the spectacular journey that will amaze all your senses, at the same time that you are helping to the survival of this splendorous natural park through the sustainable Eco- Tourism. Do not hesitate in taking this wonderful journey. Get off the noisy world you are immerse at. Get in his natural world and form a part of it yourself.
In this Vilcanota range you can hike at heights above 5000m and have fabulous panoramic views at crystalline lakes and nearby mountains.You can see the typical Andean animals as lamas, alpacas and vicuñas, meet local people who speak Quechua and know about their religion (their contact with the Apus, the mountain spirit) , customs and life in the Andes.This hike is quite a long and difficult one (you walk 7-8 hours a day), so we recommend to prepare well, doing shorter walks at altitude during 3 days before starting the hike.
The highest lake in the world, over the 3800 m.o.s.l, the Titicaca Lake that includes the Uros, Taquile and other important Islands, whose Andean habitants still live like their ancestors, the Inkas and Tiwanakus. Come here with us to share this Andean adventure and discover our great culture.
This is one of the best option for all the people who want to arrive very early to Machupicchu or being the first people in Machupicchu, you'll have the option to climb up to Waynapicchu mountain where you can find a really nice view, and the best will be that you have more hours to spend in one of the new seven wonder, you'll have time to go to take a shower in the hot spring.
Choquequirao means "cradle of gold" in Quechua although this is probably not its original Inca name. It is another "lost city of the Incas" located high on a ridge spur almost 1750m above the raging glacier-fed Apurimac River and surrounded by towering snow-capped peaks. Choquequirao (3,085 m) is situated amongst the spurs of the Salkantay Mountain Range in the Province La Convención in the Region Cusco above the Valley of the river Río Apurímac. The entire complex encompasses 1,800 hectares of which 30-40% is uncovered.