Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain 1 Day – New Route by Cusipata

Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain 1 Day – New Route by Cusipata

Rainbow Mountain Tour

Vinicunca, also called “The Mountain of 7 Colors” or Rainbow Mountain Peru. It is a new tourist attraction near Cusco, Peru, located in the province of Quispicanchis.
Forgotten by everyone until a few years ago, it has now become very popular. And the best part is that you can visit it in one day.

According to locals, this mountain and the surrounding ones were covered with snow a few decades ago, and because of global warming, the snow has disappeared leaving them exposed and showing us an incredible view, and not just the view of the mountains, but also the Apu Ausangate, Cusco’s highest snowy peak.

Some people also say that the coloration of this mountain is due to the large number and variety of minerals that can be found if any mining were to be done, something the locals are afraid of, because these mountains have not yet been declared protected and any mining company could take it in concession and destroy this beautiful wonder. Hopefully our government can protect it by declaring it as a reserve or something similar.

Highlights of Rainbow Mountain Tour

Rainbow Mountain is one of the most beautiful, and beautifully hidden treasures in the Peruvian Andes. The rainbow unfolding in the land of vibrant colors is an indescribable visual delight, a little-known wonder of South America certainly adds to the appeal for discerning explorers. Only a few visitors who come to Peru manage to include this phenomenal trek to Vinicunca, or Rainbow Mountain, taking a look at this splendor of Mother Nature is, without a doubt, one of the most attractive aspects of all.

Itinerary

ITINERARY:

CUSCO / CUSIPATA: We will pick you up at 6:00 AM from your hotel in Cusco. Our private transportation will take you from the south of Cusco to the town of Cusipata. The transfer lasts an average of 1 hour and 30 minutes on the Cusco-Sicuani highway. We will arrive at “Cusipata River Lodge”. Upon arrival you will find: our dining room where you will have breakfast and find hygienic services. After the breakfast at 8:30 am we will continue our trip to take them to the “Rainbow Mountain”via Cusipata for about 1 hour and 15 minutes to reach the village of Llactoc with a beautiful landscape you can see a lot of wildlife like herds of alpacas.

We start with our adventure with a walk uphill for about 1 hour and a half. Continuing we appreciate in the distance the snowy mountains and wonderful landscapes, finally we arrive at the RAINBOW MOUNTAIN and we will also visit the “Cerro Colorado”, from the highest part you can appreciate this stunning landscapes. After visiting and taking pictures, we will return with a 1.5 hour hike arriving to Llactoc and then to Cusipata Private Lodge and then to the city of Cusco arriving approx. 6.00 p.m.

Inclusions

Included

  • All Transports included, in Tourist Service.
  • 1 full lunch, 1 breakfast (Optional vegetarian meal)
  • Professional trekking guides
  • Lodge facilities: Sauna, SS HH, Dining room.

No Included

  • Tips, etc.

We Recommend to bring 

  • Comfortable clothes for the trip.
  • Wool caps (chullo), gloves, scarf.
  • Waterproof jacket, rain poncho, small backpack and rain cover.
  • Good hiking shoes
  • Mineral water.
  • Sunglasses
  • Binoculars, Walking stick, sunscreen. Personal medications
  • Photo Camera with extra batteries

Prices for this tour

To see the prices write us to  info@mayuc.com or using our Contact Form.

Pricing Rainbow Mountain Tour

From
USD 89.00
per person

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 60.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher.

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Sacred valley full day.

Sacred valley full day.

Traditional Sacred Valley Tour 

With Mayuc you will discover beautiful nature, picturesque landscapes and great archeological sites from the Incas.

Cusco is the start point to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, as well as the cultural hub of the region. During this tour you can enjoy the day walking the natural area and learning its history while you are being guided by your friendly trained, English speaking local guides.

Also, you will view and buy some the best souvenirs and textiles at the Pisac Market 

Highlights Sacred Valley Tour

The Sacred Valley of Cusco is full of Inca ruins and historical sites. Its stunning backdrop of beautiful natural scenery makes it easily attractive to explorers and history lovers alike.

Among the most outstanding places are Ollantaytambo, one of the best preserved Inca towns in Peru, built on the side of a hill that offers privileged views, and the Inca agricultural terraces of Moray, which are extraordinary ring shaped constructions that form stone terraces built in the natural depressions of the earth.

The other most visited Inca sites in the Sacred Valley are Pisac and Chinchero.

Itinerary 

Sacred Valley Full Day Tour

At 8.30am, we pick you up from your hotel and take you to the start of the tour. We travel from Cusco, past Saqsaywaman over the mountains towards the Sacred Valley.

We descend 1500 feet to the valley floor, where we find ourselves by the sacred Urubamba River and the village of Pisac. In Pisac, we stop to visit a traditional market,  where you can browse and buy some local souvenirs if desired. We will spend about 30 minutes here.

Then, we drive up to the ruins of Pisac. Here, we explore the extensive ruins whilst enjoying stunning views over the valley. You will be given a guided tour of the Citadel of Pisac, in which we will see temples, homes, altars, carvings, tunnels, caves and the famous Intihuatana, “The hitching post of the sun”. We have about 90 minutes to explore the ruins.

For those who would prefer to spend more time in the market instead of visiting the ruins, advise your guide so he can organize a time and place to pick you up when returning  through the market.

We continue on towards Urubamba, where we make a stop  for lunch. A 30 minute drive takes us to Ollantaytambo, which is surrounded by the sacred
mountains. Here, we will spend about an hour. In Ollantaytambo, we get further exposure to Incan constructions, mainly the amazing temple of the sun, enormous blocks of rock perfectly carved and polished, stone water fountains, stairs and terraces. We also get to see the beauty of the local people in their traditional dress surrounded by the sacred mountains and Valley of Patacancha and Willoq. On our return, we make a  visit to the famous church and archaeological site in Chincheros.

We return to Cusco at about 6:30-7pm.

Inclusions

Include in the 2-Days Inca Trail

  • Private transportation
  • Official guide
  • Lunch

No Included

  • Boleto Turistico for ,Pisaq US$22.00

We Recommend to bring 

  • Your passport, ISIC Student ID for students and DNI for Peruvians.
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • If you purchased your Sacred Valley day tour ticket using an ISIC card, carry your ISIC card with you at all time.
  • During the tour wear light clothes, but bring along a jacket just in case.
  • In the rainy season bring rain gear.
  • Bring your personal medication if you are taking prescription meds.
  • Take along sunglasses, sunscreen, and a cap.
  • Take your camera and extra batteries as needed.
  • Bring extra cash in small denominations for your personal purchases.

Prices for this tour

To see the prices write us to  info@mayuc.com or using our Contact Form.

Prices Sacred Valley Tour

Price from
U.S.$ 37.00
each

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 30.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher..

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Sacred Valley Half Day Tour

Sacred Valley Half Day Tour

Sacred Valley Tour Half Day

Pisac has 2 important places: the village with its market and the archaeological site located on top of a mountain. Pisac is a district of the province of Calca. It is located 32 km. northeast of Cusco and at an altitude of 2,950 meters above sea level.

The temperature varies between 14 and 20 degrees Celsius during the day and drops to 0 degrees at night. Pisac is the starting point to get to know the Sacred Valley.

In the new village of Pisac, designed by the Spanish in 1570. You can still see adobe houses, white walls, blue balconies and a 2-sided tile roof.

Its famous Pisac Market or Handicraft Fair in Pisac, one of the most famous on the continent, is usually open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays in the main square of Pisac. You can obtain chiseled gourds, ceramics, straw hats, alpaca textiles, musical instruments, paintings, antiques, and jewelry.

In its old church, the Quechua Mass is celebrated every Sunday with the assistance of seven Varayocs from the highest communities such as: Motupa, Saccaca, Viacha, Cotataqui, and Paru Paru, who typically dress and carry the “vara” or scepter of command and are therefore called “Varayocs”.

9kms above, on a mountain, is the Archaeological Park of Pisac, studies indicate that it was the royal estate of the Inca Pachacutec. The park includes spaces for domestic and other ceremonial use. It is made up of numerous squares and neighbourhoods. For example, the Qantus Racay neighborhood for farmers is made up of rustic stone buildings built on the edge of the cliffs. Amarupunku is the ceremonial quarter, built in trapezoidal style for the nobility.

In the upper part of the archaeological complex is the Intihuatana, a sacred stone, where the Inca priests worshipped the sun, also served to fix the changing seasons or as an astronomical observatory.

The Inca constructions of Pisac are admirable for their structures in polished stone, perfectly assembled; they are surrounded by watchtowers or observation and defense points, as well as by countless platforms. Around the complex there are extensive areas of cultivation, you can see the management of the land that the Incas had with the use of the platforms.

In front of the complex you can see the Tanqanamarka Cemetery, where an estimated 10,000 burials took place, which were looted by the conquistadors.

The Archaeological Park of Pisac is located 33 km east of the city of Cusco and is one of the most beautiful monumental centers of the valley because it combines the landscape with the impeccable finish of its buildings. It is located on the highest hill in the city, on a dry, rocky surface.

Together with Cusco and Piquillacta, Písac closes an equilateral triangle of 33 kms. on each side, precisely planned to protect the city from possible attacks by the Antis (Anti-drift from the’Andes’ or mountains), who were its worst enemies.

As in other Inca constructions, some studies show that it was not a fortress, but a kind of’hacienda real’, property of the Inca Pachacutec, composed of platforms, domestic and ceremonial structures, and aqueducts that provided water for agricultural exploitation.

Highlights Sacred Valle Half Day Tour

The Sacred Valley of Cusco is full of Inca ruins and historical sites. Its stunning backdrop of beautiful natural scenery makes it easily attractive to explorers and history lovers alike.

Among the most outstanding places are Ollantaytambo, one of the best preserved Inca towns in Peru, built on the side of a hill that offers privileged views, and the Inca agricultural terraces of Moray, which are extraordinary ring shaped constructions that form stone terraces built in the natural depressions of the earth.

The other most visited Inca sites in the Sacred Valley are Pisac and Chinchero.

Itinerary Pisac Tour

Our tour begins with the gathering from the hotel in our private tansportation to the town of Pisac is an important archaeological site in the region of Cusco.
There is a colourful market on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in the morning.

Here we experience a vibrant atmosphere of communities, traditions and bartering. There are many handicrafts and textiles made in true pre-Columbain style to purchase.

Every Sunday there is also a procession of the mayors, who at around 09h30 go to church to attend the traditional Mass held in Quechua.

Inclusions

Included

  • Private transportation
  • Official guide

No Included

  • Boleto Turistico for ,Pisaq US$22.00

We Recommend to bring to the Short Inca Trail

  • Hiking shoes or boots
  • Light clothes
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Water bottle
  • Windbreaker jacket, hat, sunblock, sunglasses
  • Chocolates, candies, and other snacks.
  • Camera with good batteries
  • Extra money in “Soles” (Peruvian national currency)

Prices for this tour

To see the prices write us to  info@mayuc.com or using our Contact Form.

Prices Private Service

Price from
U.S. $27.00
per person

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 25.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher..

 
 

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Machupicchu Full Day Tour

Machupicchu Full Day Tour

Full Day Machu Picchu Tour

Machu Picchu is also called as one of the best mountains in the world because it has the best ruins of an incredible empire this wonder was built by the majesty of the Inca men of the country of Peru.

The ruins of Machu Picchu belong to an Inca village built in the fifteenth century, are in a place of difficult access, is protected by its location that also helps to keep it the same way the Incas left it was hidden for so many is believed to have been built during centuries of 1450 AD this citadel was inhabited by about a thousand people belonging mostly to the most prominent families of the Inca Empire with their servants.

The ruins of Machu Picchu are the most emblematic of Peru as cultural heritage of tourism in Peru and also recognized as cultural heritage of UNESCO.

They were discovered by the English archaeologist Hiram Bingham the main ruin Machu Picchu this wonder is like one of the most important built or monumental sets and impressed the planet.

The ruins of Machu Picchu are surrounded by an immense jungle of impotent mountains located in the province of Urubamba, department of Cuzco, Peru.

One of the greatest legends of the Ruins of Machu Picchu is that they say that this citadel awakens a particular interest in the whole world and is undoubtedly the best expression of the Andean man’s capacity and work.

This archaeological site is divided into two sectors that cover 20 hectares which are: The agricultural sector has terraces built on the slopes of the mountains. The urban sector is formed by diverse constructions and squares, among which the Temple of the Sun stands out, Intiwatana is also known as a solar observatory, Temple of the Three Windows, Main Temple and Condor Sector.

Archaeology among the most outstanding is also the Intihuatana stone, which means “place where the sun is tied”, is known as the sacred “sundial” of the Incas.

This astronomical observatory calendar measured time (solstice and equinox) by effects of light and shadow, and served as a stone altar. The Sacred Square, the largest in Machu Picchu, was the Ceremonial Center and is surrounded by three temples: the Main Temple in the center, the Temple of the Three Windows on the right and the Sacristy.

The ruins were based on the classical Inca architecture is composed of huge blocks of polished granite, carved and cut so precisely that they are joined and intertwined without the use of mortar.

The walls are inclined inwards, with trapezoidal doors and openings that balance the structure and make them resistant to the frequent earthquakes in the area. It remains a mystery how the Incas moved and placed these huge blocks of stones and how long it took for them to open up to make this beautiful wonder.

Itinerary 

Early in the morning transfer to the train station to catch the train to Aguas Calientes, for a full day tour of Machu Picchu, this legendary “Lost City of the Incas”
was hidden for centuries by the jungle and rediscovered in 1911 by Hiran Bigman The cities astronomical observatory (Intihuatana) is the only one known in
existence. Many beautiful temples, terraces and intricate stone work.

Afternoon return to Cusco , lunch included.

Inclusions

Included in the Trip

  • Transfer Hotel/Train station /Hotel
  • Train ticket round trip Vistadome
  • Official guide
  • Bus ticket Aguas calientes /Machupicchu/Aguas calientes
    Lunch
  • Entrance ticket Machupicchu

No Included

  • Light tennis shoes or sandals for the river
  • Cap or hat
  • Sweatshirt and sweat pants for the camp
  • Extra pair of tennis shoes for the camp
  • Flash light with spare batteries
  • Short pants
  • Water bottle-Insect repellent
  • A most friendly and positive mental attitude

We Recommend to bring 

  • Your passport, ISIC Student ID for students and DNI for Peruvians.
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • If you purchased your Sacred Valley day tour ticket using an ISIC card, carry your ISIC card with you at all time.
  • During the tour wear light clothes, but bring along a jacket just in case.
  • In the rainy season bring rain gear.
  • Bring your personal medication if you are taking prescription meds.
  • Take along sunglasses, sunscreen, and a cap.
  • Take your camera and extra batteries as needed.
  • Bring extra cash in small denominations for your personal purchases.

Prices for this tour

To see the prices write us to  info@mayuc.com or using our Contact Form.

Pricing Private Service

From
U.S.$ 327.00
per person

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 250.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher..

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Moray and Maras salt Mines Full Day Tour

Moray and Maras salt Mines Full Day Tour

Maras Moray Tour

This tour to begin to know some of Cusco’s most interesting Inca sites.

We’ll start by taking a tour to the Colonial town of Maras and its church. From Maras we continue walking to the 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. At the end we will make a visit to the Maras salt mines which have been in use since Pre-Inca times. Water from a subterranean stream is channelled through pools where it evaporates and leaves behind pure salt crystals. With thousands of stark white pools stretching down the valley, the views are stunning.

Itinerary

Our tour begins with the gathering from the hotel in our private tansportation, to  Maras, happening through very typical populations and beautiful landscapes that we will be able to enjoy in our route, arrival and visits the following places:

MARAS.- Located in the province of Urubamba to 3300 m.a.s.l. then we will be able appreciates the snow-covered mountain range of the Vilcanota and summits: “The Chicón” (5530 m.a.s.l.), “Putukisi” “the Veronica” (5682 m.a.s.l.). At the east present time attractive colorful town guard of the pre-Hispanic, colonial and republican period, emphasizing in the town colonial streets and covers with shields of the noble and caciques of centuries XVII and XVIII.

Las Salineras de Maras is another of those places not to be missed on your tour of the Sacred Valley. The more than 3000 salt pools that are dug in the Qaqawiñay mountain at an altitude of 3,380 m. will surprise you. These salt shakers are one of the 4 places in the world where you can find natural pink salt and depending on the time of day you see the place, the white terraces of the salt shakers take on beautiful shades that will be a delight to your eyes. And if you wish, you can buy bags of gourmet salt at the local souvenir shop.

MORAY.- One is to about 7 km to the southwest of Maras; it is unique archaeological group in its sort in the region. It is about an enormous terraces that are superposed concentrically in a gigantic hole, these beautiful terraces that served at the Inca time like an agricultural laboratory “Prototype as Conservatory” in which old quechuas experienced and obtained improvements.

If there is anything that can surprise you in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, it is definitely the Archaeological Complex of Moray, there is nothing like it anywhere else. It is a set of large structures located on a large plateau and are a succession of concentric platforms that are introduced into the interior of the same up to a depth of 30 meters.

These incredible bowls were used as experimental agricultural stations by the Incas, and as you enter the terraces, the temperature varies at each level, which manages to emulate several microclimates. This allowed them to experience different crops, from different areas, in the same place, which was a great scientific advance achieved by the Incas.

These colossal structures will leave you in doubt as to whether they were actually made by the Incas or by some other kind of beings.

Place where incredible advances in agriculture were obtained.

After our visit we will return to the city of Cusco.

Inclusions

Included

  • Private transportation
  • Official guide

No Included

  • Boleto Turistico Maras Moray   US$ 22.00

We Recommend to bring to the Short Inca Trail

  • Hiking shoes or boots
  • Light clothes
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Water bottle
  • Windbreaker jacket, hat, sunblock, sunglasses
  • Chocolates, candies, and other snacks.
  • Camera with good batteries
  • Extra money in “Soles” (Peruvian national currency)

Prices for this tour

To see the prices write us to  info@mayuc.com or using our Contact Form.

Prices Private Service

Price from
US  $45.00
per person

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 30.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher..

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City Tour Cusco – Day Tour in Cusco

City Tour Cusco – Day Tour in Cusco

Cusco City Tour – Full Day

The City Tour Cusco will allow you to know the most impressive archaeological and religious tourist places of the cosmopolitan Cusco.

This tour not to be missed by any visitor is made daily from 13:00 hrs starting with the Cathedral Basilica of  Cusco, one of the most notable colonial monuments of America, Qoricancha or Coricancha known as the temple of the Sun and visit archaeological sites outside the city as Sacsayhuaman a megalithic construction, Qenqo considered as an underground chamber where they performed mummification, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay, important archaeological centers of religious character of the Inca culture.

After a bit of culture at the end of the tour why not enjoy the beautiful city, move a little and enjoy all the bars and clubs that our beautiful city offers.

Visit with Mayuc  the most beautiful and visited archeological Inca sites in Cusco. Book our half day tour Cusco, and visit the most important treasures of the oldest living city in America:

Begin your adventure in the majestic Plaza de Armas of Cusco, where the millennial history of the great Andean culture still survives. Visit the Cathedral Basilica of the Virgin of the Assumption, the main temple of the city of Cusco. Then, descend a narrow street of stones to Qoricancha, the largest Inca temple.

And after having delighted your senses with the most impressive and extraordinary samples of high Inca architecture. Board our tourist bus and head to the surroundings of the cosmopolitan city of Cusco where you will visit 4 imposing tourist sites of the archaeological site of Sacsayhuamán: Sacsayhuamán, Qenqo, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay.

Highlights of City Tour Cusco

  • The majestic Cathedral of Cusco, symbol of Andean-Christian religious syncretism.
  • The magnificent Inca temple of Qoricancha, also known as the Temple of Santo Domingo.
  • The impressive platforms and temples of the great ceremonial fortress of Sacsayhuaman.
  • The enigmatic rocky promontories and labyrinthine paths of the Qenqo amphitheater.
  • The large terraces, walls and stone staircases of the military fortress of Puca Pucara.
  • And the mysterious platforms and fountains of the temple to the water of Tambomachay.

Itinerary City Tour Cusco

Cusco City Tour, Half Day Tour

This circuit we initiate with the gathering of the tourists of its hotels to visit the following attractive Archaeological and Religious places:

The Cathedral

Colonial religious Monument of extraordinary artistic value, with its fabulous paintings and works “bread of gold”, wood carved and covered with worked silver.

The cathedral is one of the largest repositories of colonial art in Cusco; it houses countless works from the Cusco school, combining 17th century European devotional painting styles with the symbolism of indigenous artists from the Cusco Andes. If you pay attention you will see many unique details; one of the most outstanding representations is that of the Virgin Mary dressed in a mountain skirt, with a river descending around the fold, alluding to the Pachamama (Mother Earth).

Temple of Koricancha

“Temple of the Sun” its perfect architecture and the construction of stone reflects the fact that was the most important temple of the Inca empire.

Qorikancha is the strongest example of the fusion of the Inca and Hispanic cultures. At the base of what was once the Temple of the Sun of ancient Peruvians, the church and convent of Santo Domingo were built. The temple is a symbol of Western imposition. A living example of the coexistence of the indigenous past with European architecture.

The temple was built with finely carved stones. Inside, the walls of the various enclosures were covered with gold and silver foil. The large size of the stones of the Inca walls, three of which have more than 30 angles, is striking. It also features a block of 24 angles and 6 sides. The site is dominated by the great Inca tower and one of the ceremonial niches with low relief holes that was related to the winter solstice stands out. Towards the lower part, there are fountains and gardens where the conquered tribes would come to give their offerings.

The worship inside the temple was reserved for the most important personalities of the time and people from all over the Empire came to the place to worship and pay tribute to the gods of the Tahuantinsuyo.

Sacsayhuaman

This construction is attributed to the Incas of the last dynasties; it is located to 3 km of Cusco, in the high part. According to the announcers, it was a solar portable altar; this temple was constructed with great limestone stone blocks to protect the city from the attacks of the invaders of the east or Antis. Sacsayhuaman (in quechua) is formed for three great terraces superposed in zigzag form and bordered by enormous rock walls.

Qenqo

Located to 1 kilometer from Sacsayhuaman, it was a ceremonial center since a giant monolith, of an animal is possibly appraised in the central part, that it was the main deity, where offerings were placed. In the inferior part, are other hornacinas and an altar that was used to perhaps embalm bodies or for sacrifices dedicated to their Gods.

PucaPucara

Old inn, sentry post throughout the Inca ways. Its construction is of rustic type conformed by side streets, houses, and patios.

Tambomachay

It is located to 9 km of the city, known as the baths of the Inca by the form of their water sources, it also could be a temple dedicated to the cult of the water and purification for Inca. It has three platforms where offerings were placed.

Inclusions

Include

The City Tour, in any of the shifts (morning or afternoon)

  • Private transportation
  • Assistance and pick up from your hotel, in the historic center of Cusco.
  • Professional guide in the required language: English or Spanish.
  • First aid kit.
  • *Remember: the City Tour starts in the Cathedral of Cusco and ends in the Plaza Regocijo, half a block from the Plaza de Armas. And with some exceptions, with some nearby hotels, it does not include the return service to your hotel.
  • Entance ticket Catedral and Koricanca

No Included

  • Boleto Turistico for city tour  US$ 22.00      
  • Tourist Ticket Cusco (general or partial).
  • Entrance ticket to the Cathedral of Cusco.
  • Entrance ticket to the Temple of Santo Domingo – Coricancha.
  • Additional expenses due to weather problems.
  • Gratitudes or tips with our team.

We Recommend to bring to the Short Inca Trail

  • Slippers, T shirts, trousers, shorts, poncho (for rainy season)
  • Sun hat, sunscreen, bottled water, and personal medications
  • Extra cash, Digital Camera

Prices for this tour

To see the prices write us to  info@mayuc.com or using our Contact Form.

Pricing City Tour

Price from
U.S. $25.00
per person

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 30.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher..

Trip Application

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