Rainbow Mountain Full Day
The tour to the Rainbow Mountain in Peru, or Vinicunca, is a 1 day trek in Cusco, located in the middle of the Peurvian Andes.
The Rainbow Mountain is about 3 hours from Cusco by car. Located in the Peruvian Andes, Rainbow Mountain - as you might probably guess - is famous for its natural beauty and multicolour. It has recently been discovered, but is fast becoming one of the places to visit in South America.
Pick up at your hotel from 4:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m.
Transfer by bus, we will leave the city of Cusco, travel time 2 hours to the community of Cusipata where we will have our breakfast.
Then we will continue for 1 hour and 30 minutes to
reach PHULLAWASIPATA, at the beginning of the hike which is at an altitude of 4,600 m.a.s.l. approx. From
where we will start with our walk along an easily accessible trail for an estimated time of 1 hour 40
minutes and we will arrive to the Mountain of Colors Vincunca.
Vinicunca is located at 5,200 m.a.s.l. approx.
After enjoying the wonder that our mother nature presents us, we will return by the same route, where our transport waits for us, we move for 1 hour and 40 minutes to lunch place Cusipata (same place where we have breakfast).
Then we return to Cusco, approx. 4:30 and 5:00 pm, ending at the Plaza Regocijo in the city of Cusco.
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- Round trip transport.
- Bilingual guide.
- Entrance fee.
- First aid kit.
When it is cloudy its colors will be darker or dimmer and if the day is very sunny it will be lighter, during our journey we will have the opportunity to appreciate the 7 varieties of South American camelids (alpaca, alpaca suri).
With a good day of a tour of the mountain of 7 colors we will be able to observe the biggest birds of the world, the Condor place where they live, also we will be able to see with luck the Andean feline, the Puma, a reservation with which we must be very careful so that these species continue in their habitat.
The mountain of 7 colors is a magical place where the ancient Quechuas used to barter their products (exchange of products) with other Quechuas (4 Inca regions), where it is now a natural wonder just like there is in China rainbow mountain.