Sign up for our half-day bike ride at the Yuncaypata route (20 minutes away by car from Cusco city), on this bike tour, we combine adventure, sports, culture and Inca history.
You will enjoy a full downhill route with a professional instructor guide and resistant bicycles; additionally, you are going to explore non-touristic spots but super interesting archaeological sites such as Inkilltambo and Hatun Plaza.
We are 100% Peruvian!
Tour type: Group tours — It’s not a private tour.
Language: Bilingual (Spanish and English).
Duration: About 5 hours.
Route type: Choose below one of the options according to your biking experience and inform us about it when booking:
- 1st option: Full Downhill on single track (Advanced level, only for experts)
- 2nd option: Moderate downhill on an earth-packed road (Intermediate level, applies even for beginners)
- See video here
Difficulty: Advanced and Intermediate — You decide which level you want!
- A small backpack with its protector
- Waterproof jackets
- Poncho for the rain
- A bottle of water
- Specialized guides
- Mountain bikes with hydraulic brakes from recognized brands such as VikingX, Scott, Pivot, etc.
- Helmets, gloves, knee pads, and elbow pads
- * You won’t need entrance tickets to visit archaeological sites
- Pick up from your hotel
- Video and photo service
- Tips (voluntary)
WhatsApp: +51 984479073 (preferential contact) & +51 958745640.
The itinerary can always change because of weather, strikes and tour guide’s decision.
Outside the archaeological site of Tambomachay.
Puca Pucara archaeological site — exterior visit
We will pass through the Inca archaeological complex of Puka Pukara, our guide will give you a brief explanation of this place.
Yuncaypata indigenous community
This agricultural and livestock community is located at 3736 meters above sea level.
Inkilltambo and Hatun Plaza archaeological site — exterior visit
Both archaeological sites are a set of terraces with a perfect irrigation system for agriculture built in the pre-Columbian period.
La Bajada del Diablo, La Cucharita, and el Sendero Oscuro — Applies only if you will do full-downhill
They are specific places located on the single-track route and denote a certain degree of danger of this activity, that is why we do the downhill bike at Yuncaypata with all the safety equipment, so don’t worry!
Arrival to San Sebastián district
Once we reach the San Sebastián district close to the Condor Apuchin statue, we will continue riding on a paved road until we get to the Plaza de Armas of Cusco historic center.
Tour Ending Place
This bike tour ends at the Plaza de Armas of Cusco.
Group tour: 20 USD per person.
If you prefer a private tour, contact us (the price, schedule, inclusions, etc. will be customized).
We leave every day at 8 am, 9 am, 10 am and 11 am — we only run the biking tours under beforehand reservations.
Look for us outside the main gate of Tambomachay archaeological site.
How to get to the meeting point?
✅ Option 1: Take a taxi or Uber; the cost is about 30 Soles (remember that this is the total price, which means if you are three people each one pays 15 Soles).
✅ Option 2: Take public transportation; go to Puente Rosario bus stop — in front of the Qarmenqa hotel; at the bus stop, take the Huerto bus company and get off at Tambomachay bus stop. The bus ride takes about 30 minutes, pay approx. 1.50 Soles pp.
✅ Option 3: If you want a private tour, we can include vehicle transportation: From your hotel to the starting point of the bike tour and return to your hotel.
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