A nice tour and educational the salt flats.
The tour was well organised, and we had a very nice, friendly and knowladgeble guide.
The salt flats are amazing and definitely worth visiting.
Punctual, friendly, and helpful staff. Tour is private, and takes you to the Maras Terraces and Moray Salt Flats. We also stopped at a coop in Chicheron to see traditional wool dying processes. Price is a little steep considering the local market economy, but it was worth having an English speaking guide all to ourselves.
The sites are worth seeing, this tour however isn't as advertised. We were in a 20 person group on a bus. Half the group were Spanish speakers, the other English speaking. The guide would have to explain everything in both languages, wasting time and drawing out the tour. The textile shop we stopped at in Chincheros was dirty and not worth the stop, there are better ones in town to visit. The tour guide was lackluster and didn't go out of his way to be personable and you don't really have much time at any of the stops. Finally, it says hotel pick up and drop off - that was a joke. We were greeted in our hotel lobby and then walked 6 blocks to a street where the bus just stopped and forced us to hustle in quickly and at the end they just left us in San Francisco Square in Cusco and pointed that our hotel was that direction... Good thing we had our map with us!
This tour was amazing!