Temple of the Moon in Cusco
This is a horseback ride along the Sacred route to the temple of the moon that will take you to wonderful places located very close to the city, where you’ll come to know certain archaeological sites such as: Temple of the Moon (Quillarumiyoc) and Chacan Mountain, a small town full of agriculture, where you can see crops of corn, potatoes, barley, caves on a walk.
Inti Punku from Ollantaytambo
Saddle up for an 8-hour horseback-riding adventure along the ancient trails of the Incas to reach Inti Punku archaeological site. Make your way to this astronomical watch spot and strategic overlook, stopping to explore uncrowded Inca sites and learn about this South American civilization’s culture and beliefs.
Maras Moray and Peruvian Paso
Get a taste of the gorgeous scenario, Incan history and idyllic small-town feel of Peru’s Sacred Valley during this horseback ride around the cities of Maras and Moray. Discover the ingenious design of the salt terraces at Maras along with the unique circular agricultural plots at Moray.
Pachar Socma and Perolniyoc
Horseback riding is a beautiful and unique way to explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas. While not having to walk, you can relax and enjoy the beautiful landscapes and the great waterfall Perolniyoc in its fullest bloom. Visiting the ancient Inca Temple Huaca-ñaupa iglesia, you will also satisfy your urge to know more about the Incan culture and the past times. As well, you will have loads of fun while riding your horse with your family and friends – an absolutely great experience you don’t want to miss while staying around Cusco.
Maras Salt Mines
Visiting the Maras Salt Mines and the ancient Inca Terraces of Moray, you will also satisfy your urge to know more about the Incan culture and its history. The town is well known for its salt evaporation ponds, located towards Urubamba from the town center, which have been in use since Inca times.
Around Cusco Part 1
Horseback riding is an ideal way to experience the spectacular landscapes between the Inca Complexes Saqsayhuaman and Tambomachay. You’ll be able to enjoy the amazing views of the mountains that surround Cusco towards the South Valley while crossing the old Inca road to Pucamarca and Huchuy Qosqo.
Around Cusco Part 2
Horseback riding outside of Cusco is a great way to explore Peru’s beautiful mountain scenery. Take an adventure way off the beaten path as you ride to temple ruins, walk through caves, and stop at vista points with unbeatable views of the city below.
Mountains of Cusco
With rugged trails winding deep into the open wilderness, the countryside outside Cusco offers plenty of opportunity for outdoor adventure. Hop onto the saddle and head out to horseback ride. Discover natural features and Incan relics including Devil’s Balcony and the Temple of the Moon.
This tour is the best way to explore the hidden places in Sacsayhuaman archeological park. This impressive place is located 15 min away from Cusco city. All the regular tours takes just a few minutes to visit only the big walls, but you need almost 3 to 4 hours to visit this archeological park on a good way. There are lots of hidden places that the tourists don’t go on a regular way, for example the “Devil’s Balcony” (Caves made by the Incas), the “Temple of The Moon” an ancient Incan temple used for rituals for fertility, the “Inca Face” a natural shape on the nature that was considered sacred by the Incas. If you love to explore and learn on a curious way about the Incas, this is the best option for you.