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From Cusco
  • $
  • 59
From Ollantaytambo
  • $
  • 79
Adult Price: (Age 12+)
Children Price: (Age 5 to 11)
Children pay half of the regular price.*Children under 5 years ride free, proof of ID will be required.

Maras and Moray Tour

Visit the true hidden beauty of the Sacred Valley, passing through green mountain after green mountain of rugged Andean terrain, you’d been forgiven for never seeing them coming. Lying in the middle of inconspicuous mountains, with the sun reflecting on, it seems a layer of snow is seating on top of it, the salt flats will stun you with their beauty, you follow the small path away from them to the other marvel in the area, the small town of Moray.

While Maras provides you with the natural beauty of crystal-looking salt, Moray is a testament of the genius of human architecture courtesy of the Incas. You will see an incredible set of terrace platforms or depression in a circular form, covered in the lush green grass typical of fertile Sacred Valley.


The tour to Maras and Moray is a tour through one of the most beautiful landscapes of Cusco. We will stop in Chincheros, then in the direction of the circular Inca terraces of Moray, as well as the famous salt mines of Maras, which are composed of thousands of natural salt wells used since the Inca period.

Tour Includes:

  • Duration: 6 hours.
  • Group tour service.
  • Guide service in Spanish or English.
  • Pick up from your hotel.
  • Entrance ticket to Maras and Moray.
  • Transportation throughout the tour.
  • Secure payment with PayPal, Visa, and MasterCard.
  • Instant booking.

We recommend:

  • Comfortable shoes or tennis.
  • Light clothing. (check forecast)
  • Rain coat. (rainy season)
  • Sunscreen protection.
  • Insects repellent.
  • Binoculars.
  • Photography camera.
  • Drink coca mate.

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