Ollantaytambo is a town in the Sacred Valley of the Inca's in southern Peru.
From the Ollantaytambo Travel Guide
i stayed there in octobre 2013 with my boyfriend for a while and Elder (owner) showed us so many treks, about that tourists don't know, and also made a san pedro (cactus) trip, like Carlos Castaneda did. We were excited. Very cozy, relaxing place. If you want to stay in Ollanta, i recommend this lodge. ... more
I was excited to stay at this hostel based on the positive reviews, photos on the web site, and a friendly email exchange with the owner, KB. However, the room we had (what's called a matrimonial room) was not what we'd expected based on the description and pics. ... more
Peru for two weeka
There are sooo many possibilities to do around Cusco The Pisac Market is really nice.Usually on Thursdays and Sundays and the Ruins of Ollantaytambo and Pisac are nice. The Sacred Valley as well is great and you can do a lot of activieties around cusco. Paraglyding, Rafting etc. You can also figure that out ...
Cuzco to Rio de Janiero by bus
I'm living in Ollantaytambo, Peru at the moment and would like to make the Cusco, Peru to Rio de Janiero trip by bus. I hear the best route is Cusco > Santa Cruz > Corumba > Rio. Does anybody have a rough idea of how much it costs for bus/train fair on that route? Anybody out there done it? I've been ...
Day 7 - Sacred Valley - Peru
Stories and Experience: Today we travel to Ollantaytambo to see the ruins and get our train tickets for Sunday. We took the public transit to Ollantaytambo, which is always an adventure. The one ...
Posted in Chile and Peru by B4Root
So now we have been up machupiccu, was fantastic, a bit cloudy but amazing all the same! before we treked on the Laras trail which was fun, exhausting and i managed to get altitude sickeness again, but it still was great fun! we then returned to ollantaytambo where we caught the train to aguacalientes ...
Posted in My Gap Year Travels by Peej87