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The rainbow mountain tour is one of the best and beautiful trek are in the andes of cusco, recommended by National Geographic like one of the best adventure in the highland. These mountain offer a remote landscape experience immersing you with local culture and unique wildlife only found in these high altitude ecosystems, and these mountain also was considered as a sacred by the incas peoples, where you can feel the spirit of the mother earth and renew with positive energy. (visiting this sacred place will be an unforgettable experience in your life). YAS DO IT DON”T THINK MORE!!!


We will pick you up in Cusco at 3:30 a.m., from whichever hotel you are staying at within Cusco. It is about a three and a half hour drive in our private van, during which we will pass through traditional villages and see some amazing views of the Andes. When we reach the trail head for this hike, we will stop and enjoy a lovely breakfast, prepared by our trekking chef. After breakfast, we will begin the hike from Chillca, at 3,700 m/12,139 ft elevation. From here, it will be a four hour, uphill hike to reach the famous Rainbow Mountain. Along the way, you will enjoy amazing views of the Andes, glacial peaks, red mountains, rocky hills, and traditional llamas and alpacas grazing along the valley. As you reach the summit of the mountain, you will be able to spot some Andean wildlife. This is the only place in Cusco where you can see wild Vicuñas, the Andean camel. Vicuñas are in the same family as llamas, although they are smaller. Their wool is the most expensive wool in the world.

Once we arrive at the top of Rainbow Mountain, you will have enough time to absorb the majesty of the red mountains that surround this area. You will also see amazing views of the valleys and Ausangate Glacier Peak in front of you. Ausangate is the tallest mountain of the Cusco region (just under 21,000 ft elevation), and is part of the Cordillera Vilcanota Range. While taking in these magnificent views, our staff will bring you some hot drinks and share some information with you about the composition of these mountains and how they became striated in the rainbow of colors. After taking a few amazing pictures and soaking in the views (perhaps we will even see a few condors floating on the air currents), we will begin our descent with a two hour, downhill hike. We will then meet up with our trekking chef and enjoy a delicious, freshly prepared, hot lunch. After lunch, you may visit some of the local homes, where you can see the lifestyle of these people, who still practice the ancient traditions of the Incas. Here, they speak Quechua, practice their earth-based religion and agriculture. They honor the mountain spirits and the Sun, to ensure that their crops and herds flourish. The natives also weave the textiles that you will find in the museums around Peru. Finally, after our interactions with the locals, we will start our return trip back to the Chillca village, to catch our private van back to Cusco. We will drop you off at your hotel around 7 p.m.


  • Official English-Speaking tour guide
  • Private tourist transport
  • Tourist ticket of 1 breakfast, 1 Lunch
  • 3 hours of trekking along the route
  • Medicinal oxygen and first aid kit for all participants and our camp staff


  • Personal expenses


  • Day bag pack.
  • Hiking shoes,
  • Warm jacket.
  • Rain jacket. or poncho.
  • Sun glasses.
  • Toilet paper.
  • Extra money.
  • 2 liter of water.


Climate: Rather variable. Sunny, though on other days it can be cool and overcast. At high altitudes conditions range from cool to decidedly cold in the early morning.


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