• Location: Puno, Peru
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 102.99 View price calendar

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Discover the spectacular sights located between Cusco and Puno on a scenic one-way bus transfer. Avoid the stress of organizing transport while on vacation by booking a convenient and comfortable transfer. Enjoy hotel pickup and drop-off before admiring the splendid scenery of the Andes Mountain range on a stylish, air-conditioned coach, and stop off at significant points of interest throughout the journey. Enjoy an authentic Andean experience on this unforgettable ride.


  • One-way bus transfer from Puno to Cusco
  • Enjoy comfortable, hassle-free coach transportation with hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Admire the scenic beauty of the Andes mountain range
  • Visit the historical town of Archí and its archeological sites
    Friendly, professional English-speaking driver

What You Can Expect

One-Way Scenic Bus Transfer to Cusco from Puno

One Way Scenic Bus Transfer to Cusco from Puno

After pickup from your Puno hotel, climb aboard your comfortable, air-conditioned coach and begin your journey towards the historical splendor of Cusco, the former capital of the Inca Empire. Cruise parallel to the dramatic Andes mountain range, admiring the spectacular scenery as you sink into your plush seat. 

Stop at an exhilarating elevation among the Chimboya Mountains, absorbing panoramic views of the surrounding scenes. Capture this magical moment on camera before returing to the coach. 

Next, visit the traditional town of Archi to explore the atmospheric ruins of the Temple of Wiracocha and the Chapel of Andahuaylillas; admire the vast archaeological site as you gain insight into ancient Incan history. Your tour concludes when you arrive smoothly at your Cusco hotel, feeling enriched and energised after your cultural ride.

Customer Reviews

Partha C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2018

We took this tour in May 2018. It was very well organized, from hotel pickup at Puno to hotel drop off at Cusco. We stopped at 5 or 6 places on the way, and had a guided tour of the sights. Our guide was very well informed about these places. The route is very scenic. Sufficient stops along the way for food and restrooms. I would very much recommend this tour.

Harry W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Great trip from Puno to Cusco. We visited many interesting places and had a real good lunch as well. We had the hotel transfers so it was all very well organised. Must do for anyone.

josephine c

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2014

Great way to see Peru. Excellent

Josef L

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

Honestly this is the best way to go from Puno to Cusco. All the stops were tourist traps but we still had a great time getting there. There were five stops and two of them made the trip entirely worthwhile. Lunch was amazing too!


4 star rating: Recommended May 2016

I was a little wary about taking the Tourist Bus, but it turned out to be a great way to get from Puno to Cusco. Hotel pick up was prompt. We were delivered to the door of the bus, so there was no confusion. We were met by the driver in Cusco. All very simple... The best part was the stops along the way. We had a full day of touring, but didn't end up where we started!

Tanja G Croatia

4 star rating: Recommended December 2014

Tour was very interestimh

Rosie J

4 star rating: Recommended December 2012

Convenient easy way to get to Cusco from Puno. My only recommendation would be to shorten a few of the stops throughout the day because the transport was a bit longer than it needed to be and a few stops seemed a bit too long for the particular site. Otherwise, definitely recommend this tour.

Agnes L

4 star rating: Recommended September 2012

The bus was confortable. The tour guide was very nice and providing a lot of information

Ironimus Germany

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2013

Excellent way to get from Puno to Cusco. There were some alpacas at the lunch stop.

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