RAINBOW MOUNTAIN

The Mountain of the 7 Colors or Rainbow Mountain Cusco Peru, is one of the most impressive geological formations of the mountain range of the Andes. It is currently considered one of the most desirable attractions of the city of Cusco.
Walk along the old path of the Q’ollas, enjoying the spectacular panorama it presents, as well as the snowy Ausangate the Apu tutelary of the Cusco region and from the top of the Vinicunca viewpoint, appreciate the particular color of the Rainbow Mountain Cusco Peru and the incredible picturesque landscape that surrounds it. Undoubtedly a perfect manifestation of Mother Nature, not only that during the trip you can also observe the daily activity of the locals and a great variety of camelids, as well as (llama, vicuña and alpaca).

Itinerary:

To start the Rainbow Mountain Cusco Day Trip, our tour guide and mobility will pass through your hotel in Cusco. Then, make a trip of 1.5 hours to the town of Cusipata where you will enjoy an energetic breakfast; continue your journey for 1 hour to Phullawasi – Chillwani community and start the trek up to the Rainbow Mountain Cusco Peru. While climbing with your professional leader, enjoy beautiful landscapes and see also the South American camelids and other high Andean animals in their natural habitat. From the mountain viewpoint of 7 colors, enjoy a full compedio of the scenic beauty. Also appreciate the fifth highest mountain in Peru (Ausangate) and take excellent photos.
After marveling, start to return through the red valley to the bus station. Then, enjoy a rewarding lunch. Later we return to Cusco, and final our Rainbow Mountain Cusco Day Trip.

Rainbow Mountain Image:

Includes:

  • Pick up from your hotel in Cusco
  • Professional route guide
  • Round trip tourist mobility
  • 1 buffet breakfast and 1 buffet lunch.
  • First aid kit, emergency oxygen.

Not Included:

  • Feeding not detailed in the Rainbow Mountain Cusco Day Trip
  • Rain poncho (you can buy it in Cusco)
  • Extra horse, during the trek.
  • Trekking sticks.
  • Tips.
  • Admission to the Ausangate National Park

What to Bring:

  • A personal light backpack
  • Waterproof jacket or rain poncho
  • Hats or hats
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal medication
  • Energy bars
  • Sunglasses
  • Cameras
  • Water bottle
  • Extra money (PEN)

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