Explore Cusco on an exciting horseback riding tour! A horseback riding tour in Cusco is a unique experience that you shouldn't miss. You'll have a visit to the impressive Valley of the Cusco, a very important area for the ancient civilization's culture. During the tour, you'll see the remains of temples, plazas, and canals built by the Incas. At the same time, you'll have the opportunity to admire some of the most beautiful landscapes in the area.
A 6-hour horseback riding tour in Cusco to reach Chacan is a great tour for those who enjoy outdoor activities, where you can appreciate the Valley from a different perspective. Chacan is a cozy little town filled with agriculture, and during the horseback ride, you'll see crops such as corn, potatoes, barley, and more. You'll visit a waterfall where beautiful rainbows form when the sun hits it. We'll also visit the Cusilluchayoc Temple, caves, and finally return to the fields to leave the horses and return to Cusco by bus.
The excursion begins early by picking you up from your hotel in Cusco to start a twenty-minute journey to the starting point where the stable is located, and from there, our adventure will begin. During our journey, the guide will provide information about the tour and some tips so that you can fully enjoy this horseback riding day. Along the way, we will be able to see Andean mountains, peasant houses, fields with different types of crops such as potatoes, corn, barley, and some llamas that come from Andean villages along with their owners, all of them well-dressed to take photos with tourists coming from Cusco.
Once we have arrived at our starting point, we will get to know these beautiful animals that will accompany us on this adventure. We will ride our assigned horses based on your experience, and our guide will provide a brief safety talk and provide you with safety equipment. We will begin our horseback ride to Chacan, where we will see the rainbow formed by a small waterfall and sunlight.
After this point of visit, we will cross the cave and continue on the path to the Temple of Cusilluchayoc or Temple of the Monkey for about two hours. Then, we will have an hour to enjoy a delicious lunch. After lunch, we will explore this Inca archaeological complex and its caves. You will also see galleries and passageways that connect with each other, carved walls, and in some of them, we can see blind niches for religious purposes, as well as Inca aqueducts that were used for liturgical or sacred rituals. Finally, you will see the sculpture of a large feline. Undoubtedly, this is a very important sacred archaeological complex where sacred rituals of great importance were performed by our ancestors during the Inca period, and even today, this place is still used for magical and religious ceremonies. As a result, you can see remnants of offerings such as flowers, coca leaves, cotton, etc.
Finally, to end this adventure, we will cross the agricultural field and return to the ranch where we will leave the horses and thank them for the experience they have provided us. Then, we can board our private transportation that will take us back to your hotel in Cusco, thus culminating our horseback tour to Chacan.
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