Tour of Pallay Poncho: The Apu T'acllo mountain
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The tour to the mountain of Pallay Poncho is an awesome ideal for visitors looking to discover alternative natural sites with great scenic beauty, it’s the third most visited rainbow mountain after Vinicunca and Palccoyo. Local people also call this mountain as Condor Sayana (place where the condor perches), Apu T’akllo Apacheta and finally others call it the sharp mountain because of its physical shape.
- We will pick you up from your hotel at 4:30
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3 hours approx. by vehicle — Cusipata is a small town located at 3,310 m.a.s.l. (10,859ft).
- Cusco to Layo by vehicle: 2.5 hours approx. — Layo is a small town located at 3,978 m.a.s.l. (13,051ft).
- During this journey you will see the blue lagoon of Langui that has an extension of more than 15 km.
Half an hour approx. by vehicle on dirt road – compacted earth road.
- 1.5 hours approx. trekking.
- 100% of the walk is steep on a narrow path.
- Not suitable for people with vertigo or for people who do not have experience walking on trails with a high level of difficulty.
- Your guide will give a brief and concise explanation about this attraction.
- Free time in the mountains: 35 minutes.
On foot down untill the bus is located.
- Take your lunch at outdoor.
- Sometimes we organize lunch in a restaurant in the city of Sicuani, it will depend on the season.
This tour ends at 20:00 approx. at your hotel in Cusco.
The prices shown in the table are:
- Per person in US dollars ($).
- Pple. = people.
Type: Private, You and your friends, no strangers.
Schedule: Every day: 4:30 to 20:00.
Language: Spanish or English.
- Pick up from your hotel
- Box lunch
- Professional Guide
- Tourist vehicle
- Personalized service
- First aid kit
- Drop off at your hotel
- Tips (optional)
- Entrance tickets for the Pallay Punchu: 10 Soles pp.
- * The access is normally free.
- Horses: There are no horses to rent
- People with vertigo or fear of heights
- People who are not in optimal physical conditions
- People with reduced mobility
- People with obesity and heart problems
- People who are not acclimatized to the altitude
- Minors unless you take the responsibility
What do I bring?
- Rain ponchos
- Anti-slip shoes
- Caps or hats
- A bottle of water
- Tablets for high altitude sickness
- Drones (optional):
- They are allowed
- Pay directly to the indigenous people: 50 Soles approx.
- Local currency in cash for your entrance tickets
- * Dollars, Euros and cards are not accepted
- * You can buy the entrance tickets the same day of your tour
The cancellation is free as long as you do it 48 hours in advance; otherwise, a fee of 100% of the tour cost will apply.
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