Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco) Bus

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Top Bus Routes To Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco)

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Cusco to Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco)03:0003:00BOOK NOW
Centro to Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco)03:0003:00BOOK NOW

About Rainbow Mountain

Rainbow Mountain or Vinicunca is a mountain in Peru with an altitude of 5,200 m.s.n.m. It is located on the road to Nevado Ausangate, in the Andes of Peru, Cusco Region, Canchis province. To get to the Rainbow Mountain, tourists must go to Pitumarca, a small town located two hours from the city of Cusco. Then, you should walk o...n foot or by car on the slopes of the mountain. You can also use a horse until you reach the Mountain. The colors that the mountain takes are the pink one (for the red clay and fangolitas), the white one (for the sandstone), the red one (for the arcilitas), the green one (for filitas and clays), the brown earthy and the yellow .
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Rainbow Mountain colores Weather

Best time to visit Rainbow Mountain

The best time to make this visit is between the months of April and October, dry season where the colors of the mountain are best appreciated.

Climate in Rainbow Mountain

The climate where the Rainbow Mountain is located is cold and dry. The temperature can drop to 0 ° C.

Where to eat in Rainbow Mountain

Dropping Points in Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco)

Here are some of the most popular dropping points in Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco). Please note that these locations generally differ with each bus operator. The bus dropping points in Montaña 7 Colores (tour Cusco) are as follows:

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Important dates in Rainbow Mountain

Carnival of Cusco(February the 1st. to March 31st)Events: parades, gastronomy, colorful environment and a happy atmosphere. Big discoveries and special moments. The most important part of the festival takes place in March, though the dates are not well-established. The main square becomes the center of celebration, mixture of colours, tradition, joy and Andean folklore.
Inti Raymi(June 24th )Cusco and the Incas have a special religious connection to the Sun from long time ago. Inti Raymi is the festival to honour the Sun and they dramatize ancient ceremonies where they venerated the king star. There is a religious ceremony that takes place in the Sacsayhuaman fortress, during the winter solstice. Nowadays the festival begins in Qoricancha, with a procession where tourists and curious can take part. A not to be missed event!