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Horseback riding through the balcony of the devil (Half Day)

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  • 09:00 AM09:00 AMStart Time: 00:00Available: 8 seats
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In this experience we will visit the archaeological sites of Kusilluchayoc, Temple of the Moon, Zone XY As a last place, the fabulous Balcony of the Devil, very popular and mystical areas near the city of Cusco, we will make this visit in a different way, very connected with nature. on horses that will help us enjoy this adventure very close to the archaeological park of sacsayhuaman

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Departure Time

09:00 am – 13:00 pm

13:00 am – 16:00 pm

Price Includes

  • Transfer hotel / ranch / hotel
  • Helmets
  • Horses
  • Bilingual professional guide
  • Snack

Price Excludes

  • Tourist ticket for income
  • Extra expenses


  • Camara
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottle
  • Peruvian soles in cash

Day 1Cusco - Balcony of the Devil - Cusco

The adventure begins with the pick-up from the hotel and then we go to the RANCH approximately 20 minutes from the city where we will later meet our horses, and we will receive prior instruction on how to handle the animals correctly without mistreating them and to ride to visit the archaeological sites. The TEMPLE of the MOON, then we left for the CHUSPILLO area, part of the Inca trail to ANTISUYU, Zone “X” and EL BALCON DEL DIABLO, important for the size of its rocky blocks of natural limestone formation, establishing a cavern which is crossed by a river. Meters above the height of the road and buildings, you can see a small cave which, when eroded, formed a window that, when poking its head, shows us the river that crosses the rock as if it were a BALCONY and that was used for celebrations such as WATER RITES AND EARTH. At the end of the horse tour, our transport will be waiting for us at the RANCH to take us back to the city.