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Taucca Experiential Tourism

All day Tour: Experiential Min: 2 persons
Murilo S
Ótima experiência! Representante da agência sempre a disposição. Guia prestativo e comunicativo, bom local para realizar as refeições. Recomendo utilizarem o representante brasileiro Luis! Muito atencioso e prestativo.
Murilo S
Ótima experiência, recomendo demais!! Vistas incríveis, guia muito bom e todo o apoio prestado pelo Luis, colaborador da agência. Foi muito fácil e prático viajar com a RAP
Elias Pereira
Incrível País incrível e receptivo... Acessória completa em todos os passeios... Destaque para o a gente de Turismo Luiz Carlos Brasileiro, que me deu todo suporte necessário desde a chegada ao Peru e assessoria em todos os Tours... Gracias RAP TRAVEL PERU
Una Aventura increíble en Machupicchu Estuvimos por más de 1 semana recorriendo todo el Perú con la agencia Rap Travel, nos vamos muy contentos porque nos cumplieron con todo y más por lo que recomendamos a esta agencia todo muy coordinado y principalmente Carlitos Vizcarra el mejor guía estaremos pronto de vuelta gracias por todo
Patricia C
Una experiencia única en Perú y Machupicchu Contratamos los servicios de Rap Travel Perú, fue una experiencia muy hermosa, todo estuvo muy organizado el transporte a tiempo los guías muy profesionales todo muy coordinado y u. Saludo muy especial para Carlos y José que estuvieron super 100 % recomendados, volveremos pronto
Leann C
10/10 would recommend Our tour guide did such an awesome job! They made you feel like a part of the family so thank you!!
Amir N
The trip of a lifetime! My best friend and I chose this tour to celebrate our 30th Birthdays - it was Amazing!!! We had a really nice time visiting Cusco, Machu Picchu and going to the Rainbow Mountain. The tour guides were really nice and we told us a lot about everything. We visited in November and for Machu Picchu this was amazing - it was misty in the morning and sunny by mid-morning, so we got to see it with all weather types. Highly recommend going at 6am and spending most of the day there - circuit 2 and 4 were great! We even hiked up one of the mountains. Carlos, Judy, and Wilson were great and really educated us about each site.
Fotios S
Great way to experience Peru The tour was a great way to experience Cusco, the sacred valley, Machu Picchu and the Vinicunca mountain. We only had 4 full days, and it was the right amount of time. I was there with my best friend celebrating our 30th, so we will always cherish this moment. The tour guides (Carlos, Judy, and Wilson) were very friendly and knowledgeable. They helped us get immersed to the history of the Incas, and made us feel comfortable throughout the trip. The accommodation provided as part of the package was very adequate, and the overall experience was great.
Encantos en Cusco Estamos muy contentos con los servicios que hemos recibido. Desde el recojo en el aeropuerto, fueron puntuales con un cartel con nuestro nombre. La habitacion que pedimos fue hermosa en el hotel Mayu con vista a la calle 7 borreguitos, Royer nos atendio muy bien 10/10. La agencia se comunicaba con nosotros todos los dias, para saber como nos hiba en el tour o si es que necesitamos ayuda. Realmente muy serviciales. En aguas Calientes Daniel, estuvo atento con nosostros . El tour en Machu Picchu fue realmente magico. Tenemos que agradecer mucho a Alicia por el tour bien planificado y a Jose Angel por todas las atenciones todos los dias, nunca nos dejo solos.
Servicio de calidad Buena atención, personalizada, se adecuan a las necesidades, escuchan sugerencias y son muy amables, muchas gracias!


Description Experiential Tourism in Chincheros Cusco

With the Chincheros Cusco Experience Tourism, you will be able to get to know closely the native community of the same name in Chinchero. TAUCCA, is a community located in the Andes at an altitude of 3,762 meters above sea level. This place offers a tourism alternative for visitors who want to know the ancestral experiences that still remain in this time.

TAUCCA, located in the district of Chincheros in the city of Cusco, the community of Taucca, Urubamba – Cusco. This community is well known for its agricultural activity: harvesting potatoes, corn, beans, barley and wheat. Live unforgettable experiences in this environment where we will perform various activities of rural community tourism such as planting and / or harvesting of their products, handicrafts, weaving, payment to the land, among others.

The ecosystem of the area is the alpine mountain or highlands. The rainy season lasts from November to March; the rest of the year is the dry season. The area maintains its Andean landscapes made up of snow-capped mountains, lagoons and the Peruvian puna. In addition, you can appreciate the flora and fauna of the region. In the community you will find picturesque houses, traditional agricultural terraces and some archaeological remains. This destination, eminently Quechua, maintains its customs, traditions and enigmatic rites.

To make the experiential tourism in Taucca is one of the visits that one should make if you want to know the Andean culture in a better way. The art of backstrap loom weaving is an activity that involves all our senses, it is a form of meditation and absolute concentration to obtain perfection in the iconographies, it is also the most difficult test of patience and perseverance. The skilled weavers and the people of Taucca will transmit us their culture, their feelings when making each of the garments, their love for the land, what they inherited and their roots, especially if you are going on a tour to Machu Picchu, this way you will have more information about the Incas and their way of life. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)


  • Cusco (3,399 masl)
  • Chinchero (3,762 masl)
  • Taucca (3,762 masl)
  • Piuray Lagoon (3,754 masl)


Cusco – Chinchero – Taucca – Cusco

  • 07.00 hrs We will start our trip picking you up at the hotel in Cusco, we will travel to the sacred valley by the alternate route until we reach Chinchero.
  • We will head towards the Piuray lagoon, very close to the town of Chinchero famous for its weavings and we will take an affirmed road on the edge of the lagoon to the community of Taucca, a very typical Andean village where its adobe buildings and tile roofs stand out.
  • Upon arrival we will be greeted by the villagers with a delicious Muña mate as a welcome and to help us adapt better to the altitude. The welcome will be with the Huaylaca dance and Quechua songs.


In the textile workshop we will learn each step of the Andean weaving process, from obtaining alpaca and sheep wool, wool selection, natural dyes, natural dyeing, spinning and elaboration of Andean garments such as: Ponchos, llicllas, backpacks, shawls, headbands, bags, etc.

Duration: 1h 30min (All the process)

  • In the community of Taucca, we will carry out several activities sitting on sheepskin or typical blankets. We will learn about the process of weaving with the use of ancestral techniques and tools.
  • The art of backstrap loom weaving is an activity that involves all our senses, it is a form of meditation and absolute concentration to obtain perfection in the iconographies, it is also the most difficult test of patience and perseverance. The skilled weavers will transmit us their culture, their feelings when making each of the garments, their love for what they inherited and their roots.
  • We will also be able to appreciate the techniques used in AGRICULTURE from the work of the land, the sowing and observe the different products that are produced (corn, potatoes, beans, wheat, barley, etc.).


The main economic activity is related to agriculture; the entire population is dedicated to the production of traditional crops such as potatoes, barley, oats, beans, wheat, and peas. Small producers use traditional techniques and tools, with intensive use of family labor. They maintain ancestral relationships such as the ayni and minca and very sporadically resort to the payment of salaries; their crops are potatoes, beans, oca, olluco and some grains such as wheat, whose production is subsistence.

Crop rotation in these areas is regulated through a program of crops to be planted in the following years after the potato crop, for a period of 3 to 4 years, to then enter again in rest for a minimum of 3 years, in order to recover their fertility.

The technology is eminently traditional, characterized by the use of yuntas, chaquitaqlla, sectorial rotation of land, associated crops, traditional irrigation, minimal use of inputs, such as fertilizers that result in the levels of agricultural productivity.  Farmers, not having a yoke due to the lack of animals, use a human-powered plow called a tajlla or chaquitaqlla, which is a pointed stick with a slightly bent tip, sometimes made of stone or metal, to carry out their agricultural work.

  • In their plots we will see how they select the seeds and the cultivation process. They will explain to us on what date they sow, what is the weeding and weeding and when and how is the harvest.
  • We will see a demonstration of a very typical traditional dance of the area that is danced in the most important festivities of the village. We will taste a lunch made with natural, organic, fresh ingredients, a combination of stews prepared by the women of the community, a unique experience to learn about the local cuisine.
  • We will participate in the planting and/or harvesting of products according to the season of the year together with the local people.
  • After lunch, which consists of a soup and a second course based on natural products of the land to the pot we will visit the Piuray Lagoon famous for keeping in its waters an ancient legend that tells that the Sun God asked Manco Capac that his twin sons accompanied him in his twilight and when the time came, they discovered that the son who walked farther had become the Huaypo lagoon and the daughter in the Piuray lagoon.
  • 16.00 hrs After this experience, we will return to Cusco.
  • 18.30 hrs Approximate arrival, we will leave you at your hotel.




  • Private transfer Hotel/Taucca/Hotel
  • Professional guide
  • 2 lunches of your choice
  • 3 activities


  • Breakfast
  • Meals not mentioned in the program
  • Additional activities
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips


  • Hat or cap
  • Trekking shoes
  • Long sleeve polo shirt
  • Pants with a zipper that can be detached to shorts
  • Rain poncho
  • Sun block
  • Camera and video camera
  • Snacks: nuts, peanuts, cookies, cereal bars or chocolate.
  • Personal cleaning supplies and a towel.
  • Personal medicines
  • Small bills and coins in soles



Taucca Experiential Tourism


Minimum 02 people


  • Private transfer Hotel/Taucca/Hotel
  • Professional guide
  • 2 lunches of your choice
  • 3 activities

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Frequently Asked Questions about Cultural Tourism in Cusco

Cultural Tourism in Cusco is an experience that allows you to get up close with the native community of Taucca in Chinchero and to experience the ancestral traditions that still endure in this Andean region.

Taucca is located in the district of Chincheros, in the city of Cusco, Peru, at an altitude of 3,762 meters above sea level.

Taucca is situated in an alpine mountain ecosystem or highland. The rainy season runs from November to March, while the rest of the year is the dry season. The area features Andean landscapes, snow-capped peaks, lagoons, and the Peruvian puna.

In Taucca, you will find picturesque houses, traditional agricultural terraces, and some archaeological remains. The destination preserves its Quechua customs, traditions, and rituals.

Yes, it is possible to suffer from altitude sickness during Cultural Tourism in Taucca due to its high altitude of approximately 3,762 meters above sea level. To prevent it, it is recommended to acclimatize in Cusco for at least two days before the tour, stay hydrated, avoid alcohol and tobacco, rest adequately, and eat light meals. In case of symptoms, inform your guide and consider descending to lower altitudes if necessary to receive medical attention. Prevention and early care are essential.

The best time for Cultural Tourism in Taucca is generally during the dry season from April to October, but it can be visited at any time of the year. Be sure to bring warm and altitude-appropriate clothing.

For Cultural Tourism in Taucca, bring warm clothing, sturdy shoes, a hat, sunscreen, bottled water, and a small backpack. Don’t forget your camera and cash for local purchases. Traveling light is key in this rural environment.









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