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Discover Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas aboard a 4WD ATV. Set out from Cusco to Cruz Pata, where you'll hop onto your off-road vehicle and head into the countryside, navigating muddy paths and mountain trails to reach Moray—an Inca archaeology site featuring enormous circular ruins once used for agriculture. Spend some time exploring before continuing your adventure to the Salineras, an impressive series of salt mines at the bottom of a towering canyon. It's a whole new way to experience the Andean highlands.
If you are looking for something a little adventurous while in Cusco this is the trip for you. It was a great way to see the valley and some of it's sights!
This was sooooo much fun!!! I was really nervous since I had never driven a 4x4 before but the guides are very helpful within 10mins I was very comfortable with driving. the scenery is amazing such a beautiful trip!! I was in cusco for 2 weeks and this was the funnest thing I did by far!
Amazing way to see the sacred valley! It was fun but prepared to get very dirty. Saw so much in a short period of time!
Really nice and different event. Our guides were really nice and cool and made of this an especial adventure indeed. Best choice I ever made. Really happy!
Was a lot of fun! The only part I didn't like was that we were not dropped off at our hotel as promise. Ronny with Peru Andes Top was very nice!
Pros: plenty of time spent on the bike - you definitely get your money's worth, beautiful scenery, enjoyable trip, easy for beginner drivers. Cons: our pickup was 30 minutes late, it takes two hours to get from Cusco to the Sacred Valley which was a little too long in our opinion - by the time you get back you've spent 4 hours in a car, our group was all spanish-speakers except for us so our guide catered to them - we got super abbreviated descriptions of our stops due to the language barrier, both sites visited required an extra fee paid in cash when we arrived - they should seriously just be included in the total cost, the sites are cool to see but you're not actually at the salt mines - you just stand on a hill overlooking the mines way down in a valley below - kind of a ripoff to even have to pay for that. Overall: We did enjoy this excursion, but it wasn't an ideal value for money. Not five star-worthy.
Ronny was great! Very fun, full of information. The bikes were great. Terrain was doable and exciting. My gripes, however, they picked us up late they said they had the wrong hotel? yet I had confirmed by email as requested. For an afternoon trip, this is bad because it cut down our time because it got dark. Secondly, there was basically no facility at the site where got the bikes. Had to drive home filthy dirty I don't mind getting dirty, but a hand washing would have been nice!. If you purchase this trip you will enjoy it.....but DO confirm pick up! Thanks Ronny!
I was unable to use this booking, due to the fact that the hotel I was staying in was in the wrong city. I had informed that were I was staying, but the company did not relay to me the problem in enough time to correct it. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY!!!!! I will never go thru Viator or Bamba Experience again!!!
This tour was not at all what we thought we were getting. We had to call Viator to help us while on the tour. First off, our guide did not speak English. Luckily another member on the tour spoke Spanish so she was able to translate a bit. So as far as a tour goes, there was little to no communication with the guide who was explaining the ruins in Spanish to an English speaking audience.
All of a sudden our guide left us in this tiny village in the middle of nowhere without telling us what was going on. Eventually a new person came over maybe 30 minutes later to tell us two others in our group had flipped in their ATV. By now about an hour had passed. We had to be back at our hotel no later than 1:30 to get to the airport. So unfortunately we did not even get to finish our tour and go to the Salt Mines. Eventually this new guide took us back to the little garage in the middle of nowhere under the assumption that a car was supposed to take us back to the hotel. This car had my bag with my belongings still in it. Then the guide left us. So me, my husband and 2 friends have now been abandoned in the middle of nowhere alone. No guide. Nothing. We had absolutely no idea what was happening or when someone was coming for us. I had to call Viator who eventually got in contact with someone to help us. After about 45 minutes, another guide came and told us the car with my bag was an hour away back in Cusco where our hotel was. We were now already late. Luckily the girl who spoke spanish on our tour came back from the hospital she had to stay and help translate for the couple who flipped over in their ATV. It was arranged that we now had to find a taxi to drive us 45 minutes back to our hotel in the city. The car that was there in the city dropped my backpack off at the hotel.
There were moments on the ATV ride where the sites we beautiful and we saw amazing landscape. In that regard, we were happy. However the fact that we had to experience everything was awful.
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