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Enjoy the tour of the Mysterious Valley of the Incas (Chinchero, Moray, Salineras and Ollantaytambo). After the tour, you will enjoy your trip at the Panoramic Train Vistadome where have a unique connection with the scenery along the way to Machu Picchu.
The Inca Trail is the most popular way to discover Machu Picchu and is often booked months in advance. Guarantee your place by booking in advance a 4-day trek from Cusco, which includes all meals, tickets and transfers. On this tour, you will be one of the first to see the wonder of the ancient world in the morning, before the site is invaded by crowds.
Discover the best of Peru on this private 6-day tour to Cusco, the Sacred Valley, and Machu Picchu. Explore Cusco city and the archeological sites of Pisac, Moray, Chinchero, Maras, Ollantaytambo, and the famous Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. Get a comprehensive overview of the history and culture of Peru from before the Incas to present-day from your guides. Absorb the Peruvian culture and enjoy memorable experiences exploring the country.
This is the perfect day trip for those looking to experience a mix of culture as well as natural beauty. Learn the ancient textile techniques of Chichero weavers, the salt mines of Maras, farming Terraces of Moray, discover the handmade process of the sacred drink of the Incas 'Chicha' and the Citadel of Ollantaytambo will take your breath away. Don't forget that if you book with advance time a VSA photographer will be part of your adventure. (coordinate the details by message) Why Visit South America?-This tour is a private or 6 small group adventure.-We connect with the communities: We visit a local house where premium handmade textiles are produced where the locals teach you the manufacturing process step by step. Also, we visit a local Peruvian bar where they produce the famous drink of the Incas 'Chicha'-Enjoy local gastronomy! Our guide will help you choose among the best restaurants in the Sacred Valley to enjoy a different gastronomic experience.
Avoid the crowded tour buses on this day trip to one of the most popular natural attractions in the Cusco area. Ride in the comfort of private transportation out to Rainbow Mountain, stopping for an included breakfast and lunch, and learn about the history and culture of the region from your informative guide as you go.
Head to the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu on the 5-day Salkantay Trek. Traverse various climates including the impressive snow-capped mountains of Salkantay and Humantay Mountains as well as the lush jungle of the cloud forest. Explore the ruins of Machu Picchu with your tour guide and learn about the Inca Empire before returning to Cusco. The Salkantay Trek is a great alternative to the crowded Inca Trail.
UNESCO–listed Machu Picchu and Rainbow Mountain are considered among Peru’s must-see sites of interest, but their remote locations make visiting independently a challenge. On this tour, visit both sites in comfort by air-conditioned vehicle—with accommodation, admission fees and round-trip transport from Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport included. You’ll also have time to hit top attractions including Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Fewer crowds and an easier trek make Palccoyo Rainbow Mountain an obvious alternative to the more popular Vinicuna Rainbow Mountain, without sacrificing any of the views. This private tour takes you straight from your Cusco hotel to the mountain, where you take a 45-minute trek to a stunning vista point over the famously multi-colored range. Stop to enjoy lunch and see an Incan ruin on the return trip.
This very special alternative trek takes you alongside the spectacular snow-capped “Apu” of Ausangate (6.372m/20900ft) and takes you over mountain passes, through awesome mountain scenery, authentic Andean villages, hot springs and turquoise lakes. This alternative route to the classical circuit around Mount Ausangate still offers the most spectacular views of this sacred Andean mountain before it deviates towards the impressive Sibinacocha Lagoon, leaving tourist crowds behind and entering an almost uninhabited area where you can truly commune with nature. The hike ends in Phinaya, a small and remote Andean community with just horses and bicycles as transportation.. An unforgettable trail for lovers of mountain trekking, or those searching for something different and away from the increasingly popular traditional Ausangate trek.Ausangate Sibinacocha – at a glanceLo Más Destacado: Ausangate mountain, Sibinacocha lagoon, remote mountain scenery, high mountain passes
Machu Picchu Travel: Take a day to explore the Incan Citadel of Machu Picchu. Leaving from Ollantaytambo heading towards Aguas Calientes, this is a scenic train journey which gives you the perspective around which this site is built.
Trace the path of the original Inca Trail during an unforgettable 4-day, 3-night trip along this classic road to Machu Picchu. Follow the footsteps of this ancient people as you cross mountain terrain and lush jungles and explore fascinating Inca ruins like Wiñay Wayna, hiking toward the ‘Lost City of the Incas.’ On your final day, wake up early to reach Machu Picchu's iconic Sun Gate at sunrise, watching the first rays of light creep across the landscape. Then spend the morning exploring this incredible mountaintop archaeological site with your guide. This classic Inca Trail trek also features hotel pickup, camping accommodations, bus and train transfers, entrance fees, three days of meals and snacks and porters to carry shared equipment.
Despite receiving less attention than its more popular northern counterpart, Cusco’s southern valley contains its very own array of wondrous and impressive attractions. This end of the valley is irrigated by the Willkamayu River, which means sacred river in Quechua. Today, the river is better known as the Vilcanota or Urubamba, a powerful waterway that eventually turns into the Ucayali River, before travelling down into the jungle and giving way to the great Amazon River. The waters of this sacred river come from the Vilcanota Mountain range, some of the mountains in Peru that receive the most snow, and reach a maximum height of 6,372 meters above sea level with the revered Ausangate Mountain.
Humantay Lake, UNESCO–listed Machu Picchu, Rainbow Mountain, and the Sacred Valley count among Peru’s must-see sites of interest—but organizing accommodation, admission fees, and transportation to visit them independently takes up valuable sightseeing time. On this tour, the key logistics are covered right from your arrival into Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport—leaving you free to experience the best that Peru has to offer.
“Short Inca Trail to Machu Picchu 2 days/1 night” a part of Peru’s best-known trail system, the ‘Inca Trail’, visited by thousands of tourists every year. This still-thrilling, two-day program covers 13km of the Inca Trail and joins the Classic ‘4-day route’ at the truly beautiful archaeological site of Wiñaywayna, continuing along stone path carved from the mountainside until the Inti Punku or Sun Gate and the first view of the awaited Machu Picchu. The second day is a full day in the Inca citadel.
"Salkantay" is the tutelary Apu (Mr. peak) of Cusco with 6271 m. altitude. with this trip you’ll cross beautiful Andean places and we have the opportunity to observe Condors and Alpacas in their natural habitat. On this trip you will reach the beautiful and great Salkantay Mountain (6271 m), you can take a bath in natural hot springs from the depths of the earth, to see the Condor, various fruit trees and a variety of orchids, even better you can try the Peru tastiest coffee, enjoying the beautiful view of Machu Picchu from our campsite. Salkantay trek is one of the greatest attractions of Cusco. The Cordillera Vilcabamba, where the massif of Salkantay is located, it’s a beautiful and secluded area, dominated by the Apu Salkantay it has many high snowy peaks, such as Tucarhuay (5,910 m.s.n.m.), the Veronica (5,682 m.s.n.m.) and Huacayhuilca (5,361 m.s.n.m.), among others, where you will meet new friends and Visiting the most important place of the route the Santuary of Machu Picchu
This trek runs beneath the magnificent Salkantay mountain (20,569ft), one of the highest and most stunning in the Andes. The Salkantay Trek was recently named on the National Geographic Ultimate Adventure bucket list – defined as “The 20 most extreme, hair-raising, legendary adventures on the planet.” It is a trek open to everybody, and the most popular alternative to the Inca Trail trek.This offers 4 days of trekking through various landscapes including highlands, cloud forest, rain forest and dry mountain. Throughout the trek you have amazing views of Apu Salkantay, Pumasillo Mountain and Humantay Mountain, three of the most stunning peaks of the Vilcabamba Mountain range. Our trek includes the services of lodging in a very nice hotel on the fourth night of the trek, a very unique coffee plantation tour in the afternoon of day 3, and dinner at great restaurant in Aguas Calientes.
Unique adventure tour in the place, the tour can be done with a little experience in ATVs or similar, you can enjoy unique landscapes and animals of the place that are llamas and alpacas and in the end you get a great view of the popular Mountain of colors, we are one of the first groups to reach a mountain of colors, the ATV tour is aimed at all people who want to feel more in touch with nature and reach a mountain of colors without much effort, the walk takes us alone 45 minutes to reach mountain of colors.
Hike to Rainbow Mountain on a 2-day, small-group trip from Cusco that includes a night of camping high in the Andes. Following part of the dramatic Ausangate Circuit trail on your way to Rainbow Mountain, this 2-day hike is a great way to experience the gorgeous Andean landscape at its most pristine, with time to star gaze and relax after crowds of day-hikers have returned to Cusco.
Most hikers come to Cusco to trek to Machu Picchu, but for a thrilling day hike, there is nowhere quite like the Rainbow Mountain of Vinicunca. Set out on a challenging full-day hike through mountain valleys, Quechan villages, and herds of alpaca; tuck into a delicious breakfast and lunch along the way; and enjoy spectacular views of the multi-colored topography.
Rainbow Mountain in Cusco, Peru is a recently discovered attraction. We operate exclusive tours to Vinicunca with all inclusions. Our guides are from the region hence they speak both Quechua and Spanish apart from English. All our guides are certified and are well-trained on first aid, incase if any of our travellers suffers an altitude sickness.
Spend a day hiking through Peru's famous candy-striped landscape, Rainbow Mountain, on this guided tour from Cusco. Hike with a guide for 5.5 miles to a viewpoint of the scenic mountainside, and then head down past glacial lagoons and through the dramatic landscape before returning to Cusco.
Challenge yourself and get a great payoff on this 16-hour day trip to Rainbow Mountain (Vinicunca Mountain) from Cusco. This little-known spot in Peru is not only a must-see because of its naturally colorful mountains, but it’s the perfect location to take trip pics. Go on an exciting 3- to 4-hour hike to make your way to where the mountains are. Plus, enjoy breakfast, snacks, lunch, and round-trip transport on this trip.