The tour takes you through the landscapes of the Yuncaypata valley near Tambomachay and Saqsaywaman, these scenarios are spectacular and offer breathtaking views of the mountains towards the Cusco region and the majestic snow of Ausangate, as well as the 4 archaeological sites included in City Tour (Puca-pucara, Tambomachay, Qenko and Saqsaywaman).
If you are interested in entering the archaeological centers it is recommended that you buy a partial tourist ticket that will take you only to Kenko, PucaPucara, Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman (40 adult suns, 40 student suns, valid only for 1 day).
I pick you up from your hotel with a private transport, heading towards the stable near Qenqo, where we will be welcomed by the driver who will be the person in charge of accompanying the group during the route. We start the ride to the archaeological center of Qenqo where you will have a prudent time to visit the archaeological center, for which you. you need to buy the Tourist Ticket.
The horse driver will take care of the horses while the group of tourists visits the archaeological center. Then take the horses again to continue along a horseshoe path to the archaeological center of PucaPucara which means, “red fortress”, which takes an approximate time of one hour or more depending on the skill and experience of the group of tourists, Then we will visit the archaeological center of Tambomachay, ancestral baths of the Inca and place that was used for the cult to the water in the Inca time.
Finally in the horses to go to the archaeological center of “Sacsayhuaman” to reach this place we will pass through landscapes clearly Andean, forests of native trees as the Queuña and forests of Eucalyptus. This is how the tour ends in the lavish construction of Sacsayhuaman. Where we leave the horses definitely after visiting this beautiful place and then heading to the city of Cusco by a pedestrian road that took us to the main square of the city in only 20 minutes.
I recently went on a horseback tour to the ruins of Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman and it was one of the most amazing experiences of my life! The scenery was absolutely breathtaking, and the knowledgeable tour guide was able to explain the history of the ruins in great detail.