Welcome to Inka Time Tours & Treks
We are Inka Time Tours & Treks, your travel agency and Tour operator in Cusco Perú. Our aim is to offer quality 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 7 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...
The Urubamba river runs from the high Andean ranges down through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, past Machupicchu and into the jungle. The Urubamba is divided into Upper Urubamba and Lower Urubamba, the dividing feature being the Pongo de Mainique, a whitewater canyon that opens into the Amazon plain. It has some exciting white water depending on the section of the river being done and the time of the year. One of our most popular rafting sections during the season is the "Chuquicahuna- (CHUQUI)" section of the river on the Upper Urubamba. There are good class IIl rapids and the water is not contaminated, as unfortunately the Sacred Valley of the Incas sections of the river is.
Come enjoy an unforgettable andean experience on the magic islands of Titicaca Lake, the highest in the world, during 4 days of convivence with this ancestral world you will discover the mysteries and the warm of its habitants.
Maras, Moray and salt mines are located in Maras, a district of the Urubamba province, It is located towards the west of Qosqo. Over a plain that in prehistoric times was a huge plateau; a great place part of our cusco day tours, to have nature fun and for physical activity lovers. It is one of the best places for biking activities. from this area you'll be able to see, the great range of mountains of Urubamba including the snow capped mountains of Waqay Willka ("La Veronica", 5682 m.a.s.l, 18641 ft.) & " Chicon" (5530 mts, 18143 ft.). The departure is every day, enjoy some other different activities and make from nature a magical experience.
Iquitos, the capital of Loreto, is the main port city on the Amazon River and the largest city in the Peruvian jungle. Different indigenous people groups like the Cocama, Huitoto, and Bora first inhabited the area. Then came the Jesuit missionaries who founded the city. At the end of the nineteenth century was when Iquitos experienced its greatest economic glory due to the rubber industry. The economic bonanza meant that luxurious buildings like the art noveau Palace Hotel and the Iron House, designed by the famous French architect Gustave Eiffel, were constructed there.
This is the most amazing and exciting trip to Machupicchu, on the first day a biking tour, 3 or 4 hours down hill during the morning, in the afternoon a river rafting tour for 2 hours makes this day very adventurous. the second day we'll cross walking for a high jungle. where you'll find different kind of fruits plantation, like oranges, bananas, pineapple, natural coffee, and coca as well, we will discover more adventures among the mountains, valleys, rivers and crossing smalls villages, walking on the old real inka trail which connect to the city of the Inkas, this day finish with a relaxing afternoon in the hot springs of Colcalmayu one of the best of Cusco, the third day a canopy tour start in the morning where we'll feel like a bird fliyng over a really nice scenary, then we'll continue walking to Aguas Calientes (town of Machupicchu) and the last day will be to visit Machupicchu having the option to see the sun rise in the morning, and climb up to Waynapicchu mountain.