Experience a unique way to discover Rainbow Mountain with ATV Quad Bikes
Modern ATV's for a safe and fun ride the whole time
Experienced guide leading the way
The rainbow mountain with ATV´s is for all those people who love adrenaline, also adventure, at more than 4000 meters above sea level; surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges and the great Ausangate.
All year round
Cuzco hotel and hostel pickup
CUSCO ATV A.O.W.
4am / 8am
The minimum age is from 12 years old (if the child masters, it can be allowed from 8 years) to 60 years old.
It is restricted for people with heart problems, asthma or pregnant women.
Pick up from your hotel or hostel between 03:30 and 04:00 am/ 7:30am and 8 am.
Transfer to the restaurant "La Montana" for approximately 1.5 hours.
We will have a buffet breakfast, then we will travel for 1 hour to Japura.
Likewise, our guide will give the appropriate indications to be able to drive ATV quad bikes.
We start the tour, enjoying a pleasant atmosphere, on the route we will observe Andean camelids (llamas and alpacas).
Approximately after 1.5 hrs we arrive at the ATV quad bikes parking lot.
We start the walk for 1 hour approx to Rainbow Mountain (optional motorcycles or horses, it doesn't include in the ticket price)
We will enjoy the rainbow mountain, taking pictures and videos. Then we will be back to the parking lot.
Return for 50 minutes to Japura, we leave the ATV quad bikes and get on our transport to return to the restaurant.
After 1 hour, we arrive at the restaurant to enjoy a buffet lunch.
Finally, we return to Regocijo square at 5 pm/ 8 pm, where we finish our service.
- Round trip tourist transportation (Maximum capacity 10 – 08 passengers)
- ATVs, helmets, gloves, overalls
- Pick up from your respective hotel
- Professional Bilingual guide (English and Spanish)
- Buffet breakfast and lunch at La Montaña Restaurant
- Oxygen and first aid kit
- Entrance to the Mountain of Colors (foreigners 30 soles and local people 25.00 soles)
- Gratuity/tips (optional)
- Extra drinks
- A small backpack
- Thermal clothing for the cold
- Trekking/walking shoes
- Rain poncho
- Hat and sunscreen
- Personal medications (if it is necessary)
- Photographic camera
- Extra money in soles
Cancellation or changes of this tour:
CHANGES: It is FREE to change the tour date before 6:00 pm (Lima time) two days before the tour begins.
No Shows & Cancellations of this tour - If you cancel before 6:00 pm (Lima time) two before the tour or earlier, a 10% administration fee (+ the card fee). After this time, there is a 100% no-show or cancellation fee.
You must email email@example.com (include the name of the tour and the reservation number) to cancel this tour or to make any changes.
I cannot find my accommodation listed in the operator pick up locations when making my booking. What should I select?
This operator only offers pick-ups from the hotel and hostel accommodation listed, this covers over 90% of the accommodation providers in the area. They do not provide pick-ups or drop-offs at private residences, Airbnbs, bus terminals etc. Select an alternative close by and be ready there for pick-up at the time on your booking confirmation
Will I have problems with altitude sickness on this tour?
Altitude sickness can catch many travellers a little bit off guard. Not everyone gets sick in high altitudes, and it is difficult to predict who is likely to be badly affected by it. For most people, it is nothing more than a headache and a dizzy sensation that diminishes over a short period of time, 1 to 2 days for most people. If you want to limit your chances of getting sick, there are a few things you can do. Firstly, do not fly directly into high altitude - proceed slowly, allowing your body time to acclimatise as you ascend gradually. However, for many that is not possible, so it’s important to drink lots of water, and to slow down! This sounds simple, but both of these things are very important. Your body is struggling because you don’t have enough oxygen, so avoiding any strenuous activity is a good idea. Chew some coca leaves - the native people of South America have been chewing coca for centuries, thanks to its ability to alleviate mild altitude sickness symptoms. Coca leaves can be bought in any supermarket, and even souvenir shops or street stalls. Take altitude sickness pills (Soroche): these are sold over the counter all over Peru and Bolivia, and are just a few dollars. If you are flying straight into altitude over 2500meters without spending any time at an intermediate elevation, and you’re worried about getting sick, you can ask your doctor for more specific and stronger altitude sickness medication in advance. In the rare case that your symptoms are more severe than a headache and mild dizziness, you should descend in altitude and seek medical assistance.
How physically fit do I need to be?
You should be reasonably fit to undertake the trek. The trek is not particularly steep, but at this altitude the gradual climb is difficult.
Can I rent a horse during this trek?
Yes, you can rent a horse for 90 soles approx for approximately 3 hours, but there are some parts that you will need to walk (approx. 20 to 40 minutes). If you want to hire a horse, you will need to inform the guide at the beginning of the tour and it is subject to availability.
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