Chuki and Cusipata are our popular rafting sections during the dry season located at upper of Urubamba river, located after Urcos town a 60 Km south from Cusco with nice and scenic views from andean villages, it is less crowded, tranquil and cleaner than the Ollantaytambo section. It consists of rapids that are graded II, III. Overall, you will be running the water for about 2 and a half hours, with some parts for relaxing and soaking up and other parts for pumping up your adrenalina levels. Also, there will be a guide in a Kayak in some rapids and technical spots where he will scout first and indicate appropriate directions. Upon arrival to the river, you will be gear up with a wetsuit, helmets, waterproof jacket, and life jacket. The guide will offer a 15 minute safety briefing and give general information for the group (check all are dressed well, how to paddle, learn basic rules, follow up instructions). Leave your belongings on our private bus later on the driver will meet us at lunch place. Afterwards we have a picnic lunch, with hot and cold drinks, right there in the middle of a small village or near the river with fantastic views of south of Cusco.
Pachacamac Tour – Half a Day Tour to Pachacamac: This tour offers a trip to the most important ceremonial center of the Andean cultures – the Temple of Pachacamac. This guided visit will give you a better insight into the culture of the pre-Inca peoples who lived in this area. We will also visit Huaca Pucllana, a pre-Inca pyramid.
Pallay Poncho Mountain Trek 1 day Tour: Pallay Poncho is a new attraction of the Cusco. This mountain is known as the Pallay Puncho Apu Tacllo or Sharp Pointed Hill. This mountain is similar to the Rainbow Mountain Peru. The landscape is most beautiful and near you will find the small lake.
Rainbow Mountain is a colorful mountainside in the Andes of Peru. In short, the colors you see were formed by sedimentary mineral layers in the mountain that have been exposed by erosion. The Rainbow Mountain trailhead is located a 3-hour drive from Cusco, where day trips have recently grown quite popular.
Lima City Tour, Full day: Lima, “The City of Kings”, a city full of history & cultural heritage. Travel with us around Lima and visit the great convent of San Francisco, a colonial gem that keeps all the treasures from the Spanish era still today. Visit some of the best museums in Lima, such as the Gold Museum, Larco Herrera Museum, Museum of Archaeology,
TREK TO HUMANTAY LAKE, Full Day Hike: We made this Huamantay lake Day trek – Salkantay trek 1 day thinking in nature lovers who do not have many days but they can found spectacular landscapes with exotic flora and fauna, Along this hike adventure you will able to find beautiful valleys and white mountains and one the most important lakes considered as a sacred mountain in Incan mythology.
HORSEBACK RIDING AROUND THE 4 CUSCO RUINS Half day: Enjoy a different experience, visiting 4 fascinating monuments built by the Incas. We will ride a horse through a route full of natural landscapes typical of the Peruvian Andes; accompanied by the cultural wisdom of our guide and making stops in Qenqo, Puca Pucara, Tambomachay and the impressive ceremonial fortress of Sacsayhuaman.
Tour Moray, Maras & Salt Mines – Half day: This tour introduces to some of Cusco’s most interesting Inca sites. The tour starts with a visit to the Colonial town of Maras and its church. From Maras we continue to the nearby Inca site of Moray, a magnificent series of terrace circles set into the ground that were once used by the Incas for experimentation with crops.
South Valley Tour: Tipon, Pikillaqta and Andahuaylillas Half Day: This tour is known for combining beautiful natural landscapes, Inca architecture in Tipon, architecture pre – Inca Wari in Pikillacta, visiting Andahuaylillas its beautiful chapel, known as the “Sistine Chapel of America”; not forgetting the tasty cuisine to be savored in Saylla or Huasao.
Cusco City and 4 Ruins Tour – Half day: This fabuolous half day tour takes you around all the most important sites of Cusco. Including visits to Cusco’s Cathedral, the Temple of the Sun (Qoricancha) and the various Inca sites found outside of the city you get to see an incredible mixture of Inca and Spanish-style and in the case of Qoricancha, the two combined.