We will visit one of the new attractions of Cusco "The rainbow mountain". The tour starts early in the morning, we will pick you up from your hotel at 4:00 am. We will travel by car around two hours to Cusipata, where we can have breakfast. After we will travel by car 1 hour to the control point, where we will start the trek. The trek will is for 1 hour and 30 minutes, we will appreciate the typical landscape and flora and fauna of the Andes, among which Llamas and Alpacas stand out. Upon reaching the viewpoint of Vinicunca, our guide will give us a description about the orography, ecosystem and color of the mountain; we can also take a moment to take photos to remember and admire the beautiful landscape. Then we will return by the same route to the point where we started the trek, where our transport will be waiting to take us back to Cusipata; here we will enjoy the buffet lunch. After lunch we will start the return trip to the city of Cusco, arriving between 4 pm.
per adult (price varies by group size)
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What's not included
- Private Tour Guide
- Private Car
- Hiking poles
- Oxygen and first aid kit
- Entry/Admission - Cusco
- Entry/Admission - Cerro Colorado Vinicunca
- Departure details
- Traveler pickup is offered.
- Please, provide the name and address of your hotel to provide pick up time
- Hotel pickup is offered. View the hotel list on our checkout page to see if yours is included among the pickup points.
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 175410P6
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Infants must sit on laps
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a strong physical fitness level
- This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
- How much is Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE?
- Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE price starts from $167.18. Discover and book Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE on Tripadvisor
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- Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Discover and book Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE on Tripadvisor
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- Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE is hosted by Cusco Attractions. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact Cusco Attractions on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Private Tour to the Rainbow Mountain from Cusco - ALL INCLUSIVE on Tripadvisor
- If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 175410P6
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- You'll get picked upSee departure details
- 1Vinicunca Rainbow MountainStop: 3 hours - Admission includedSee details
- 2Cerro Colorado VinicuncaStop: 3 hours - Admission includedSee details
- You'll return to the starting point
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- ocdeaff00Full Day Sacred Valley tourWe decided to skip Machu Picchu when in Cusco because of the time commitment required. Instead, we took a full day guided tour of the Sacred Valley, visiting 5 archelogical sites, a textile factory and a Silversmith. We're so glad we did. The historic sites were all different and all spectacular. The guide was very knowledgeable and very responsive to all our questions. He even filled us in on the history of the communities we drove through, so we could get an understanding of the culture and way of life. We feel we experienced Cusco and it's surrounding better than if we we had spent the full day only visiting Machu Picchu. An added benefit: the full day Sacred Valley tour cost only a small fraction of what Machu Picchu would have cost. Highly recommended.
- bucklistrip00Great place to visitGreat place to visit. Frankly, you can come to Cusco hand have a wonderful time, see a lot of interesting things without spending all you time and money going to Macchu Piccu. The City Bus tour for 35s is well worth the money as it the Full Day Sacred Valley tour. If you are in good enough shape to walk around town, you'll be glad you came. There's no free lunch at Cusco. Take a picture of a llama and you pay. Want to see a church? Expect to pay. Take a picture of a person in native wear? Expect to pay. Not much, but it all adds up. Lots of street vendors hawking wears of all kinds. Not a handicap accessible city. Lots of walking, uphill and down. Lots of steps, uneven sidewalks, narrow streets with vehicles, dogs and people on them, plus the high altitude. Exercise before you come.
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- cindycal00Wonderful exploration of Cusco and surroundingsAs a Family of four, husband sister son and I we had a marvelous time exploring cusco and surroeundings in december 2017. The experience was highlithed with the services provided by Veronica Lozano. She helped make our stay and extraordinary experience transporting us to the best sites and giving us the best advice. Very accesible an dfluent in spanish and English. would recomend her contact to anybody traveling that way. email@example.com So many places to visit!!.
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