Rainbow Mountain Trek 2 Days

USD $120

This Rainbow Mountain hike is great for anyone looking for a stunning adventure. peaks known for their multicolored patterns. During the journey, you may observe herds of llamas, alpacas, and sheep with their shepherds, as well as fauna such flying condors, cara cara, eagles, and vicuñas. Camp out beneath the stars and have a great meal. The mountain is unlike anything you would ever encounter in Cusco or anyplace else. Don’t miss out.

Rainbow Mountain Trek 2 Days at a Glance



Begin the walk by passing through gorgeous scenery and tiny settlements, then explore Ausangate Mountain in the distance. You may get a first glance at Rainbow Mountain in the afternoon. The night is spent at the Surineqocha Lagoon campsite.



Begin the day by seeing Rainbow Mountain, then exploring the Red Valley, enjoying an Andean lunch, and returning to your Cusco accommodations.


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Starting the day, we will pick you up from your hotel at 4:00 a.m., then travel for 2 hours to “Pitumarca,” then 1 hour and 30 minutes to “quesiuno” (the trek’s starting point).

While you prepare for the walk, your cooks will make a nutritious breakfast. You may eat a buffet breakfast before going on the walk.

Following breakfast, we begin our trek  through a verdant valley, where you can see the breathtaking “Ausangate glacier” in the distance. You may also snap photos with hundreds of alpacas and llamas. 

We will continue our journey to the first pass, “Puka Pass” (4,870 m). You may enjoy a panoramic view of the crystal-clear water of the “Pukaqocha Lagoon” and the “Ausangate Glacier” right in front of you. At this time, you’ll get a 30-minute pause to take in your surroundings.

Following the 30-minute break, we’ll continue trekking for another hour downhill to “Anantapata,” where we’ll halt for lunch. Our cooks will create an Andean buffet meal. After a great lunch, we continue the 2-hour hike till we reach the highest point of the day, “Warmisaya” (4,955 m). From here, you may photograph Rainbow Mountain.

From there, we walk 45 minutes to our campsite, which is near to the “surineqocha Lagoon.” That is called “Anata”When you arrive at the campsite, SAP will set up an evening tea table and serve you a sumptuous meal before you retire for the night.



With day beckoning, this is the day you want to visit the stunning Rainbow Mountain. We will wake you up between 4 and 5 a.m. with coca tea served to your tent and a delicious meal to prepare you for your final journey to Vinicunca (Rainbow Mountain). After breakfast, we begin the 1-hour walk to Rainbow Mountain, a very spectacular site on Earth. Once you get at the viewpoint, you may join in the explain and guide sessions and take a break before walking to the Red Valley. Next, we’ll head to the Red Valley, where you can see the breathtaking red mountains. Once we get at Llacto, our chefs will prepare lunch for you. After eating a delicious lunch, we’ll go down to the parking lot, where our transport will be waiting for you. We normally return cusco about 5 p.m. and drop you off at your hotel.

What’s Included?

Permits & Entrance Tickets

  • Rainbow mountain entrance tickets

Pre – departure Briefing

  • Attend our full briefing at 6:00 p.m. the day before your departure at the Sap Adventures office to ensure you’re trekking-ready. Can’t make it in-person? Not an issue. Simply contact us via WhatsApp at +51960827076 to schedule a virtual briefing. To ensure a smooth setup, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance to schedule a bespoke session with your tour guide.

Experienced Guides

  • Our trips are guided by certified bilingual (English and Spanish) tourism guides. All guides working with SAP  are Peruvian government-licensed and have graduated from recognized Peruvian colleges or tourist schools. This guarantees that you receive informed and expert advice throughout your trip.

Professional Bicycles & Equipment’s

  • Mountain Bicycles with front Suspensions, Gloves, Full Face Helmet, Security Transport During the Bike & Rafting activity.

Medical Kit

  • SAP guides have specific training in first aid and CPR. They also carry a first aid package for situations including altitude sickness, travelers’ diarrhea, and scrapes. In addition, if required, we will promptly evacuate you off the path and transport you to a clinic for treatment.

24/7 Customer Service

  • Our WhatsApp and local phone services are accessible 24 hours a day.
  • In any emergency, our guides can reach us via satellite phone.


  • Camp accommodations at the “Anata” camp site.


  • 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 1 dinners.


  • Day 1 Cusco – quesiuno.
  • Day 2 Rainbow mountain – Cusco.

What not Included?

  • Sleeping bag adequate for temperature of minus 10°c – $20
  • Air Mattresses – $20
  • Trekking Poles – $15
  • Travel Insurence.

What’to Pack?

  • Passport & water proof cover for passport
  • Extra money in soles
  • Personal medications
  • Water bottle or camel back
  • Sunscrean
  • Insect Repellents
  • Personal Care Products


  • Hiking Boots
  • Light Footwear
  • Trekking Socks
  • Trekking Pants
  • Short
  • Long sleeve T-Shirts
  • Warm Jacket
  • Raincoat or Rain Poncho
  • Sun hat
  • Neck Gaiter or Buff


  • Trekking Poles
  • Backpack (15 – 25 L)
  • Camera and chargers
  • Power Bank
  • Snacks
  • Towel
  • Fashlight


  • Power bank
  • Flashlight Snacks:
  • Energy bars,
  • chocolate,
  • candies,
  • dried fruits, etc.
  • Camera and charger

Price for Rainbow Mountain Trek 2 Days


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Inca Jungle Trek to Machu Picchu?

The “Inca Jungle” Trek to “Machu Picchu” is an alternate route to the “classic Inca Trail” that includes walking, mountain biking, and extra activities such as ziplining and rafting. It is a four-day trip that begins in “Cusco” and concludes in “Machu Picchu”.

Not really, the activities and the difficulty do not require overexertion. They can be done normally. Of course, having a normal physical conditio is enough for Inca Jungle.

Actually not , but Being an adventure tour, all the activities that take place are moderated and supervised.

  • The highest peak in the “Inca Jungle” is “Abra Malha” (4,316 meters).
  • Do not panic; participants will spend time at lower altitudes along the hike.

No permissions are necessary for the “Inca Jungle” Trek

The Inca Jungle trek is one of our easier treks, organized by SAP adventures , There are always options to make things easier for yourself during the tour. . The difficulty rating for this trek is Easy – Moderate.

You can  visit our official website, SAP Adventures. Alternatively, you can visit our office in “Cusco.” We’re also available on WhatsAppTripAdvisor, and by email.

SAP adventures we offer The Inca Jungle tour costs approximately 300 –  350 US dollars affordable price range

It is necessary to bring the following items:

  • Hat for the sun.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Raincoat.
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Comfortable cotton clothing for different activities.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Towels.
  • Toilet paper.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Cash.
  • Photographic camera.

Yes, you just have to request for private tours in Inca Jungle.

Of Course ! During your Trek your main luggage can be stored at our office  or your Hotel , both opctions are free of charge .

Note – you can organized with us on the breafing day or by Whatsapp ,Email a day before .

Alternatives Treks

ziplining Inca Jungle Trek 4 days