We are honoured to present the “Plan Wallata”. A five-year 2016-2021 Tourism Development Plan for the Town and District of Ollantaytambo, to ensure the sustainability of Ollantaytambo as a “Living Inca Town” destination, based on a territorial approach and a diverse product offering, achieved with the shared responsibility of all actors involved, to contribute to the sustainable, economic and social development of our community, as well as to promote the preservation and
conservation of our cultural and natural heritage.

The “Plan Wallata” seeks to make tourism the mainstay of inclusive development, sustainable prosperity and a strengthening of identity and self-esteem for the Ollantaytambo Community, and to serve as a model for other communities in Peru and the world. We invite you to read the attached plan and to join in the effort to achieve it.

ABOUT USSTRATEGIC OBJECTIVESMANAGEMENT MODELPLAN OF ACTION
* Wallata is the quechua name for the Andean Goose, an endemic bird which inspired a traditional courtship dance, now a ritual in Ollantaytambo feasts.
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Ollantaytambo

Foundation Date: 1440
Population: 11,151 inhabitants
Number of Households: 2,269
Economically Active Population:  3,203
Main Economic Activities: Agriculture
Tourism
Trade
Area of the District: 645 km2
District Height:   2,600 – 3,800 masl

 

Source: Promo Region Cusco and INEI-National Censuses 2007

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We sponsor initiatives of sustainable tourism in Peru which generate benefits to the destination preserving its heritage and empowering the local communities.

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