Ziplining and ATV Tour in Cusco
Pumadventures Peru Tours offers this fantastic tour of quad bike ATV Tour to the tourist destinations of Maras, Moray, Salt mines and Chinchero, starting with the gathering of our customers from the city of Cusco or the Sacred Valley, our Company offers this exciting journey designed for lovers of adventure like you, especially if you combine this amazing tour with our best zip line of Peru.
Just a one hour drive from Cusco, shadowed beneath the emerald Andean peaks lies the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Here, you’ll find beautiful villages that modernity has barely touched as well as Inca sites, such as those near Pisac and Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.
The mountain town of Pisac is famous for two things: its magnificent Inca site and its colorful artisan market. Start by exploring the Inca citadel, which sits on a plateau above sweeping agricultural terraces. At the top of the site is the Sun Temple, which contains an abstract yet significant carved rock hitching post; this is thought to be symbolically tied to the sun as it journeys across the sky. Back in town, Pisaq’s artisan market happens daily, but peaks on Sundays, when the selection of weaved blankets, knitted scarves, cozy alpaca jumpers, ceramics and other traditional products is particularly wide ranging.
Chinchero’s Sunday market was originally set-up so that people living in the valley and the surrounding hills could trade produce. No longer is it just a local affair. Visitors now come from far to browse for handicrafts produced by the indigenous weaving community here. Chinchero’s weavers are artisans in the truest sense; they harvest wool, produce their own natural dyes and hand weave their textiles and clothes .
Named after the Inca chief Ollanta, this town is now the kick-off point for the Inca Trail. But even if you aren’t hiking the world famous route, Ollantaytambo’s cluster of well-preserved Inca site and relics form an attraction in their own right. The town retains its original Inca walls and street grid, and the formidable fortress here was one of the last Inca bastions to withstand the attacking Spanish.
This stepped, amphitheater-like pits are believed to have been used by the Incas to experiment with groundbreaking agricultural methods. Because of the different elevations, the temperatures between each layer of the pit can vary by several degrees. These distinct microclimates allow different types of vegetables and cereals to grow, which couldn’t otherwise survive in the harsh Andean environment.
Duration: 7 hours.
Ziplining Tour + 4- Wheeler Tour to Moray and Salt Mines of Maras
This tour only as a private serviceDaily Departure with at least 2 people.
|Number of Pax||Price per Person|
|02 People||$ 110.00|
|03 People||$ 105.00|
|04 People||$ 100.00|
|06 People||$ 95.00|
|08 People||$ 90.00|