The tour develops through the landscapes of the valley of Yuncaypata near Tambomachay and Saqsaywaman these scenarios are spectacular and offer breathtaking views of the mountains towards the region of the valley of Cusco, you will visit the archaeological centers of Cusilluchayoc, Temple of the Moon and Zone X (Lanlacuyoc).
We pick you up in your hotel with a private transport, heading towards the stable near Qenqo, where we will be welcomed by the drover who will be the person in charge of accompanying the group during the route. We start the tour starting from the stables where you have a spectacular view of the city of Cusco, ideal to take pictures of the entire city, we go to Cusilluchayoc, (Place of the monkeys) through a horseshoe trail of beautiful landscapes, streams, flora and fauna varied.
Then we go towards the temple of the moon by roads still used by local people to which we can see carrying out their daily activities in the farms or animal grazing, Arriving at the temple of the moon we will enter to visit the archaeological center where we will be able to appreciate a temple finely carved with sculptures of the sacred animals (The condor, the Puma and the snake), this sacred place was used in the temple of the Incas to renew the energy. After our visit to the temple of the moon we head to the archaeological center of zone X, an ideal place for people who like adventure and suspense, for here we will find an infinity of caves and caverns which we can explore taking the necessary care.
It will be necessary to ramp, climb a little and among other things to feel in connection with this place, also here we will find Inca buildings of the post-imperial stage and small places considered pacarinas or places of origin. Finally we go back to the stables to conclude the tour through forests of trees, especially eucalyptus forests which give off a pleasant and quite relaxing aroma.
A horseback tour to the valley of Cusco is an amazing experience! You get to explore the incredible landscape of the Andes Mountains and see the traditional villages that dot the valley.