Following breakfast on the third day, I hiked by crossing the Vilcanota River by hanging in a basket or ‘Oroya’. The river is a segment of the Urubamba River. My next stop was the hydroelectric station village. I spent some time exploring the archaeological ruins of Intihuatana. It is a ritual stone associated with the astronomic clock or calendar of the Inca. After travelling for two more hours I arrived in Aguas Calientes, which is also known as Machupicchu Pueblo. It is the closest access point to the historical site of Machu Picchu. This place is enclosed by stone cliffs, cloud forest and rivers.
Urubamba is renowned for the spectacular Inca ruins in the Sacred Valley. The package includes a full day private tour of the Sacred Valley to see the Inca ruin at Ollantaytambo and the world famous bustling artisan market at Pisac where you can see the architectural remnants of the Inca civilization apart from also shopping for some Andean crafts.