Trans-Andean Lodge-to-Lodge Horseback Ride to Machu Picchu

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For a true adventure, this horseback ride to Peru's amazing landscape is a truly unforgettable experience!Trek on the back of your trusted horse along the a Cordillera Vilcabamba mountain range. Still pristine and not too often visited by tourists, this trail has vistas to inspire, where you can
  • Tour Type: Outdoor Activity
  • Activities: Adventure, Local Culture, Horse Riding, Sightseeing, Journeys Collection
  • Places Visited:Cuzco (Peru), Aguas Calientes (Peru), Cuzco Region (Peru), Sacred Valley of the Incas (Peru), Urubamba (Peru), Machu Picchu (Peru), Peru
  • Duration: 11 Day(s)

Your Tour

For a true adventure, this horseback ride to Peru's amazing landscape is a truly unforgettable experience!

Trek on the back of your trusted horse along the a Cordillera Vilcabamba mountain range. Still pristine and not too often visited by tourists, this trail has vistas to inspire, where you can still sense the authentic ancient culture. How often can you travel through 12 different biospheres, possibly witness the majestic Andean condors and so much more??

You must stay in Cusco for a minimum of 2 days prior to starting the ride in order to acclimate.

Day 1 - Cusco to Salkantay Lodge at Soraypampa

  • Riding Time: Approx. 4 hours
  • Type of Terrain: Open roads, some steep ascending trails
  • Type of Riding: Walk, trot, canter, gallop
  • Note: Lunch is a picnic lunch en route.
  • Non-riders activity: Direct transfer to the lodge
  • Sights: Inca ruins of Tarawasi newar Limatambo, Mollepata mountain village.
The afternoon is spent at leisure to continue adjusting to the altitude, enjoying the outdoor Jacuzzi or just walking in the beautiful surroundings. An evening briefing by the fireplaceis followed by aperitifs and dinner.

Day 2 - Soraypampa
  • Riding Time: Approx. 3 hours
  • Type of Terrain: Open roads, some steep ascending trails and open fields
  • Type of Riding: Walk, trot, canter
  • Non-rider activity: Hike to Humantay Lake
Explore the slopes of Mt. Humantay, go swimming nit he lake and relax in the surrounding areas. Spend the night at the Salkantay Lodge with gourmet food and comfortable furnishinngs.

Day 3 - Soraypampa to Wayra Lodge at Huayraccmachay
  • Riding Time: Approx. 4 hours
  • Type of Terrain: 80% steep trails , 20% open land
  • Type of Riding: Walk, trot
  • Non-rider activity: Transfer to Ollantaytambo or hiking along the trail
Continue the ride to Macchu Picchu up the Rio Blanco valley and reach the highest part of the ride at 4,638 meters (15,213 ft). Take in views of the Vilcabamba Range and spend the night at Wayra Lodge.

Day 4 - Huayraccmachay to Colpa Lodge at Copapampa

  • Riding Time: Approx. 3 hours
  • Type of Terrain: Steep trails
  • Type of Riding: Walk, trot
  • Non-rider activity: Free day in Ollantaytambo or hiking along the trail
Descend into the cloud forest to Colpa Lodge, where you are invited to enjoy local culinary favorite pachamanca, a celebratory feast using local ingredients in a warm pot - the ultimate comfort food.

Day 5 - Colpapampa to Lucma Lodge at Lucmabamba

  • Riding Time: Approx. 4 hours
  • Type of Terrain: Steep trails and some open roads
  • Type of Riding: Walk, trot, canter
  • Non-rider activity: Transfer by train and vehicle to Lucma Lodge or hiking along the trail
Head into the Santa Teresa River valley through orchards of bananas and passion fruit and coffee plantations. Start the Llactapata Inca Trail and say goodbye to horses for the final stretch of the trip.

Day 6 - Lucmabamba to Aguas Calientes

Leave the lodge for Llactapata pass and enjoy a distant view of Machu Picchu. Descend through bamboo forests, orchards and simply gorgeous landscapes.

Day 7 - Machu Picchu
Wake up early for the culmination of the tour, including a complete guided tour of Machu Picchu with the whole day to explore the site on your own. Afterwards, return to Aguas Calientes for lunch and go to train for departure back to Cusco.


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Peru's Andes trails culminating in Machu Picchu


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