“In 2021, Ollantaytambo is recognised as a competitive destination and a model of sustainability for tourism, offering a safe, orderly and clean environment, generating a ¨Living Inca Town¨ brand, , which fosters local economic development and high social impact in virtue of the shared responsibility of all parties involved.”


“To provide Ollantaytambo with the strategic guidelines to intervene, accompany and manage tourism, built by the stakeholders in a participatory manner, in pursuit of consolidating a sustainable tourism product, where the visitor may have unique experiences based on living cultures and a well conserved natural environment, generating an improvement in the quality of life and identity of the populations involved.”

The “Plan Wallata” has received input from the following institutions: Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Transport and Communications, National Chamber of Tourism – CANATUR, Peruvian Association of Incoming and Internal Tourism Operators – APOTUR, Peruvian Association of Adventure Tourism, Ecotourism and Responsible Tourism – APTAE, among others.

We thank all those involved in the Ollantaytambo Community; the local, regional and national governments, especially the former Deputy Minister of Tourism Maria del Carmen de Reparaz and the current Deputy Minister of Tourism Rogers Valencia; the technical team at the Tourism Innovation Department in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism and everyone who has been interested and helpful in the sustainable and responsible development of Ollantaytambo.