At the beginning of July we took a Palccoyo mountain tour (the less crowded side of Rainbow Mountain). We walked into Hector’s Head Expeditions office not knowing anything about the company or the guide. Best decision of our vacation. Not only did we have a...More
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The majestic mountain of Ausangate is the home of vinicunca mountain, which today is known as the rainbow mountain. Many people want to visit it, but because of the physical needs and its elevation where it is located, many do not want to do it, but we have the option. You can do horseback riding to the rainbow mountain, so you do not miss this magnificent and wonderful place.
There are two very important things, the environment and the family, and we know that if you join the two, it is a wonderful experience, since this exponentially multiplies its beauty. Traveling with family and being with nature is part of being human and doing the dream walk in just 2 days is the most wonderful thing you can do in life. The Inca Trail is the most famous in the world for hikers who want to get to Machu Picchu by hiking through the Sun Gate.
Waqrapukara is known as the new wonder of Cusco, archeological site called llamapukara or waqrapukara two hours from Cusco with a spectacular landscape and unique in its kind. with the cannon of apurimac and the flight of the condor. Built by the Inca culture on top of a mountain, to worship the sun and its mother earth. feel the magic of the mountains and river apurimac (river that speaks)
Palccoyo is rainbow mountain easier for inexperienced hikers, in this place you have three mountains to enjoy the wonder of colors and is less people and more quiet, only 30 minutes to walk, After going to this beautiful mountain why not take advantage of visiting this magical and incredible construction of the Incas, today called the temple of the god wiracocha, a huge rectangular structure of two floors that measures 92 meters long by 25.5 wide. The structure is composed of a central adobe wall between 18 and 20 meters high, with an andesite stone base. According to the chroniclers, they attribute the Inca Wiracocha to build the temple, of course it is in a government previous to that of Pachacutec the ninth Inca.
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