Libertador Hotels Unveils New Sacred Valley Tour

Libertador Hotels, Resorts & Spas, a longstanding hotel group in Peru, recently introduced "The Sacred Heartbeat," a three-day adventure complete with mountain biking, hiking and kayaking throughout the Sacred Valley for a unique exploration of this region and culture. 

The package can be booked with stays at Tambo del Inka or Palacio del Inka or a combination of the two. Rates start at $943 per person and include three days of excursions, equipment, transfers, guides, snacks and taxes. 

Clients will start with a moderate four-hour mountain bike ride guided by Libertador’s activity specialists, Tikariy, through the picturesque villages and fields in the Sacred Valley with views of the Andes Mountains. The day will continue with a visit to the legendary Maras salt mines and Agriculture Circles of Moray Village and then returning to Tambo del Inka for a gourmet lunch in a stunning river setting in the hotel’s organic garden.


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On day two, guests will hike with a pack of llamas through the Valley of Pumahuanca, a full day guided high intensity hike. This amazing trek includes a picturesque picnic and takes guests through ravines, waterfalls and archaeological remains alongside a friendly community of llamas all the while learning about the sites and biodiversity of the Sacred Valley.

The final day revolves around a moderate four-hour kayak excursion whereby guests enjoy a guided kayaking experience on either Huaypo or Piuray Lake followed by a gourmet picnic. After this day on the water, guests will return to Tambo del Inka to relax and enjoy the hotel’s amenities and traditional Peruvian pampering including its spa and restaurant.


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