• Location: Cusco, Peru
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
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Explore local Andean communities and ancient Inca ruins in the countryside outside Cusco during this 4-hour horseback riding adventure. Learn about the daily rhythms of local life, observing farming techniques along with alpaca and sheep herding as you pass these tiny districts. You’ll also discover Inca temples, soaking up the ancient energy of these spiritual sites, and visit the ‘Devil’s Balcony,’ a natural cave once used as an Inca shrine. Your horseback ride near Cusco also includes a guide, horseback riding gear, snacks and water and round-trip transport from your hotel to the ranch where you’ll start your ride.

Highlights

  • Visit the Devil's Balcony, local communities and Inca sites on a horseback riding tour from Cusco
  • Discover the daily rhythms of life in the small townships outside Cusco
  • Explore the spiritual energy of ancient Inca temples and shrines
  • Check out the Devil's Balcony, a natural cave that once held an Inca shrine
  • Includes round-trip hotel transport to the horseback riding ranch from Cusco

What You Can Expect

Horseback Riding Tour to the Devil's Balcony from Cusco

Horseback Riding in Cusco, Devil's Balcony Tour

Customer Reviews

shizheng z

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Great time, professional staff and our guide was practically a native English speaker.

Daniel L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Great experience a lot more that we were expecting the Tour guide was amazing and very knowledgeable.

eostro

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

this tour was amazing Great guide and tour

Missy

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

We were driven by private car to where the horses were, and met the tour guide. He was great and talked to us along the trail. We also stopped for a picnic he prepared. Overall this was a great private tour.

David P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

If could on do one thing during your stay in Cusco I would choose this. Having never ridden before, I got on very well with my horse Sol - even getting up to a gallop. The scenery was absolutely stunning and exploring Devil's balcony on foot was breathtaking. The guide was friendly and very knowledgable, my favourite day I spent in Cusc - do it.

Highly recommend this.

Hillary O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We really enjoyed our horseback riding tour. It was a great way to spend the morning while acclimating! We learned a lot about the area from our wonderful guide and did some hiking as well. I would highly recommend this as a way to spend a half day outside of Cusco.

Lanora United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

We loved our trip with Jorge. He was very well informed about the area as he has lived his life here. He was pleasant, concerned about our wishes and a fun person to spend the day with. He took us to sites the general public does not see and was very attentive to us riding as we are not expiernced horsemen. I would definitely book this tour again if we ever have the chance to come back.

cbwaits

1 star rating: I do not recommend this September 2017

This trip was a major disappointment! I choose this particular tour because it indicated that the duration was 6 hours, longer than any others. We were scheduled to start at 1:00 pm, pickup at 12:30 The day before I received an e-mail notifying us to be ready for pick up at 1:30, already short an hour. We started at 2:00, and were back by 4:00. There was very little riding as we dismounted twice to view some ruins.

The guide was polite and knowledgeable, but seemed more interested in a big group that was coming in the next day than in us. The horses were not especially well trained. If Viator wants to maintain its credibility, it needs to discuss the issue of how long the trip is to be or drop this vendor.

Kyle F

1 star rating: I do not recommend this May 2017

We only went to 2 of the 4 locations: the Temple of the Moon and near Devil and #39;s Balcony, which, according to our guide, was closed. On arrival the guide said we were going to Sacsayhuaman, but I insisted on the paid for itinerary. His English was limited and there was no instruction. Use a company.

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