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Salineras Ranch

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Urubamba, Peru
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About Salineras Ranch
​​Salineras Ranch, in the heavenly Sacred Valley of the Incas, is a private, sprawling and very special place to visit. We are the owners and operators so there is no “middle man” to deal with, we can follow the new health and safety protocols above and beyond most other venues. Our 25 acre pristine property is ready to welcome you and your family or small group of friends for the most pleasurable way to forget about the stress of the last few months. From the ranch, you are privileged to walk, ride bicycles or horses on private paths surrounded by the Andes Mountains and are very close to the amazing salt mines aka “Salineras” as well as Maras, Moray and many other scenic outdoor experiences. ​
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Katie R wrote a review Jun 2
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One of my favorite day trips out of Cusco! GORGEOUS views, well-behaved horses, friendly and helpful guides, and a picture-perfect picnic. I loved this excursion!!!
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Edgardo Z wrote a review May 2021
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This place is better Than heaven. We had a wonderful time, surrounded by nature and with an excelent servicio even before we arrived. Tours with horses are a must
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Date of experience: May 2021
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avworld1 wrote a review May 2021
Washington, DC111 contributions43 helpful votes
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Fabulous area, disappointing stay. My family and I booked this place based on a friend’s recommendation. The area was absolutely stunning, but the ranch left much to be desired. The room was very nice, except it was very cold at night and the paint was peeling off the walls in the bathroom. We had to ask to have our bed made and they never threw the trash out. The service in the dining room was pretty bad. The waitress showed up with a dirty shirt the first day and didn’t wash her hands before serving our food. The food itself was good, but it seemed like the chef, who is part owner, was not prepared for our arrival and did not have a set menu and then ran out of milk one morning. I will say that the food was plentiful and they were very accommodating when we asked to switch dinner for lunch(2 meals were included in the price). Our last morning, after breakfast, the plates were not picked up and then another owner helped himself to our coffee. It was a little too familiar for my taste. It was alarmist like being at an Airbnb with friends you just met. We loved the horses and riding was a very nice experience.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Biz wrote a review Mar 2020
Bampton, Oxfordshire2 contributions
My daughter and I stayed at Salinaras for 4 nights. We had an amazing time. We arrived on the Tuesday and were warmly welcomed by the staff including the lovely Mathilde who served our meals and looked after us during our stay. After a rest and lunch we went on the River ride which was a perfect introduction to the horses and landscape. The following morning we visited Ollantaytambo with Oscar and Walter, guide and driver organised by Pablo. Oscar was so knowledgeable, he knew everything about the Incas, the history of the area and the birds and wildlife. He also spoke very good english! In the afternoon we went on the Pumahuanca ride. On Thursday Oscar and Walter arrived after breakfast to take us to Chinchero and Pisac. Both were facinating and we were tempted by the fabulously soft baby alpaca scarves made by the craftswomen in Chinchero and the jewellery in the market in Pisac. The Inca ruins in Pisac were well worth the visit. Abraham and Mathilde taught us to make chocolate in the evening. We went on an all day ride on Friday. We visited Maras salt pans, had a picnic in the mountains and then on to Moray where we visited the beautiful Inca terraces. The horses were superb and we had several opportunities to canter in the afternoon. Abraham was a terrific guide. Salineras Ranch was beautiful, the horses were well cared for and a joy to ride, the food delicious and the staff could not have been more helpful, thank you all at Salineras. I would love to visit again oneday.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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J.C. wrote a review Oct 2019
Noumea, New Caledonia19 contributions1 helpful vote
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Lunch = 5/5 Guide = 4/5 Experience = 5/5 Price = 3/5 Staff = 5/5 "Freedom" in the tour = 5/5 Total rate = 4.5 /5 A few pics in attachment (SMM extended circuit)
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Date of experience: October 2019
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