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Welcome to Rainbow Mountain Cusco Journey through an undiscovered land of wild desert landscapes, snow capped peaks, herds of alpaca, and arrive at the ultimate destination - The “Rainbow Mountain” hidden deep in the Andes. Throughout your journey...more
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Ok, so while I was searching about this agency by my own and couldn't find anything, I decided it would be fare to make them a review.
I was searching for a tour to Rainbow Mountain and Red valley. I am highly recommend you to...More
Got picked up @3:30am from our hotel in Cusco, but worth every minute. Set out walking on the snow, yes there was snow on the ground, early in the morning. No-one else around so very surreal and peaceful. Amazing views of all the mountain range...More
In oct 19,we, a gp of 20 travellers arranged for a private daytour to rainbow mountain with our local tour guide. That day, we left Cusco at 4am, we were provided with packed breakfast. We went there in a bus. The bus drove through breathtaking...More
Cant believe myself to walk and climb all the way up to the peak. The view is unbelievable, one needs to explore by him/herself. The organiser did great job and on time pick up at hotel and the site. The road pretty dangerous but thanks...More
Finally decided to go the shorter trek as we both did not feel fit for the long hike we read about. This is another place, we saw in total 3 rainbow mountains (1 was snow-capped), hundreds of alpacas and visited a local museum with Luis...More
We were dropped off at 4600m above sea level and then we had a 5 km hike which took us approximately 1;30 hours to reach to the top and see this beauty.
As per our tour guide, the top must be reached before noon, otherwise,...More
Yes I think you’ll be fine but take a horse as the end bit is b steep and you have to walk the last bit. I’d definitely stay in Cusco for a few days before as you need to acclimatise to the altitude as it’s about... More
Yes I think you’ll be fine but take a horse as the end bit is b steep and you have to walk the last bit. I’d definitely stay in Cusco for a few days before as you need to acclimatise to the altitude as it’s about 5000 metres above sea level , I’d Also def recommend lake hamanatay day trip (that was my favourite) and Manchu picchu, Cisco is great, Lima is not and Machu Picchu town is absolute gorgeous, people are v friendly you’ll love it. I also only booked the day trips a few days before I did them so no rush. And a very happy birthday to you.
I would definitely do Machu Pichu first. If you have no time limitation then stay another day in cusco, maybe you can do the city tour (wrote about it as well) and the day after take the train to Machu Pichu. This... More
I would definitely do Machu Pichu first. If you have no time limitation then stay another day in cusco, maybe you can do the city tour (wrote about it as well) and the day after take the train to Machu Pichu. This will get you closer to doing the rainbow mountain. Look, the rainbow mountain is hard for everyone so don't worry. If you have no health issues you
will be just fine. On the path you will not be the only one panting:)
Have a lovely trip.