Mountain 7 Colors Tour Full Day 'All Included Service'

Montaña 7 Colores
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General Price $ 40 USD $ 55 USD
Includes breakfast and lunch in rural house

Visit the Vinicunca, popularly known as the Mountain of the 7 Colors. This natural tourist attraction is one of the new and most popular attractions in Peru. The Service All Included Service offers a safe trip with all the benefits of a quality tour. It also includes all the necessary safety protocols for a healthy visit.

Travel assistant:

  • Tour time: 14 hours.
  • Tourist guide service in English or Spanish.
  • Pick-up service from the door of your hotel.
  • Transportation during the whole service.
  • Easy payment with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club or PayPal.
  • Immediate confirmation.
  • Maximum 8 tourists in the group
  • Complies with all protocols.


The All Inclusive Service is a complete and safe tour in the 7 Colors Mountain. It includes transportation, entrance fee, tour guide service, typical breakfast and lunch and more. The service complies with all sanitary measures as well as the necessary quality standards.


The Service All Included - Full Day to the 7 color Mountain requires a detailed organization. The tour includes everything necessary so that the visitor does not suffer the consequences of extreme weather in the Vinicunca: transport by bus, breakfast and typical lunch, tour guide service and much more.

Pick up and full transportation

The tour begins with the pick up of the visitor at their hotel. Transportation is permanent throughout the tour. It takes us to the closest point to Vinicunca and returns us to the city of Cusco.

Breakfast and lunch

On the way we will enjoy a buffet breakfast in the village of Cusipata. After visiting Vinicunca, we will return to this village to enjoy a varied lunch.

Tour guide and tickets

The tour includes the service of a tour guide at all times (in Spanish or English). It also offers tickets to the 7 Colores Mountain. All within a professional and well organized service.

What is Vinicunca?

The Mountain of the 7 Colors is also known as Vinicunca. It is located at 5,036 meters above sea level. To get there you must walk (or ride a horse) for 6 kilometers of up and down hills and mountains. Today, it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Peru.


The Service All Included to the Mountain of the 7 Colors offers a variety of benefits such as personalized assistance throughout the service, option to cancel tours, easy payment by credit or debit card and all with the security provided by a tourism agency with years of experience in the sector.

Authorized agency with constant communication

We are an experienced tourism agency with authorization (code AUT00115). Communication is constant. You can contact us at or (51) 084 207064.

Tour cancellation option

With the All Inclusive Service you can cancel an already paid tour. You just have to do it at least 3 days in advance. The procedure has an economic penalty. The request is sent to

Safety throughout the trip

The tourist can visit the Mountain of the 7 Colors with total tranquility. The tour includes wooden poles, a first aid kit and an 'oxishot' oxygen container. At the entrance there will be an ambulance for emergencies.


The Service All Included - Full Day Mountain 7 Color offers the best prices on the market. Our rate includes breakfast and typical lunch as well as transportation by minivan, tour guide service and entrance fees to Vinicunca.

Service All Included Full Day to the Mountain 7 ColorsPrice in american dollars
Price40.00 USD


The 7 Colors Mountain stands out for its incredible scenic beauty. Throughout the tour, the visitor will be able to appreciate the beautiful landscapes of this high Andean area. You can also see llamas, alpacas or vicuñas along the way. The trekking route or the transfer on horseback is also a memorable experience.

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Incredible Andean landscapes

Along the route the visitor will appreciate some of the most formidable landscapes of the Andes Mountain Range. This geography exceeds 4 thousand meters of altitude.

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Andean camelids

During the tour by car and on foot, the tourist will be able to appreciate the different types of Andean camelids in their natural habitat: llamas, alpacas and vicuñas.

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The Vinicunca

The Vinicunca or Mountain of 7 Colors is considered one of the 100 places to visit before dying according to National Geographic magazine.


The All Inclusive Full Day Service to the 7 Colors Mountain begins with the pick up from the door of your hotel. Then we will travel to the village of Cusipata to enjoy a nutritious breakfast. We will then continue our journey to the closest point to Vinicunca. We will hike (or ride on horseback) to the 7 Colors Mountain. After enjoying the incredible scenery, we will return to Cusco by foot and bus before enjoying a delicious lunch.

1 Pick up and transport to Cusipata

Early in the morning the tourist transport will pick you up from your hotel. The trip is 80 kilometers to the town of Cusipata, in the south of Cusco. The trip takes approximately 2 hours. In Cusipata we stop for breakfast and continue the trip.

2 Visit to the Mountain 7 Colors

From Cusipata we continue by tourist transport to the Phulawasipata checkpoint (approximately 1 hour trip). There begins the arduous hike of 6 kilometers through incredible Andean landscapes. The goal is the Vinicunca, the 7 colors mountain.

3 Return to Cusco

The return to Cusco follows the same route as the outward journey. You must first make an arduous trek from Vinicunca to the checkpoint at Phuluwasipata. Then you will travel by minivan to Cusipata where you will have lunch. Then the minivan trip continues to the city of Cusco where the tour ends.


The transfer on horseback is not included in the tour. This service is organized by the communities that live around the mountain. That is why the only way to get a horse is to deal directly with the villagers. They are used to tourism and will be happy to take you on horseback to Vinicunca.

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Safe travel

The horses are used to transport people to the 7 Colors Mountain. It is used by visitors who do not have enough energy to reach Vinicunca on foot.

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Social help

The horse is moved by a muleteer from the local peasant community. The inhabitants of these high Andean areas are dedicated to agriculture and livestock. However, many of them also benefit from tourism.

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Unforgettable experience

The horseback ride through the impressive landscapes of Vinicunca is an incredible experience. It allows you to enjoy an adventurous experience at more than 5 thousand meters above sea level.

The horseback transfer service has an approximate cost of 28 dollars (round trip). This service is recommended for older adults, minors and people not used to making physical efforts.


These are some of the main questions asked by visitors interested in booking the All Inclusive Full Day Service to the 7 Colors Mountain. If you have any questions, please contact us at or call us at (51) 084 207064.

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Beware of children

The tour is not recommended for children under 8 years old (unless they like this kind of adventures). In case you come with your young children, it is recommended to get to Vinicunca on horseback. You can hire one at the same place.

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Climate and its consequences

The climate in the mountains is changeable. In the rainy months (January, February and March) snow can cover the landscape. In addition, for a better walk, it is recommended to acclimatize to the geography of Cusco 1 or 2 days before the tour.

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Difficulty of the hike

The hike up to Vinicunca has a moderate to high difficulty. It is recommended to do some hiking or jogging a few days or weeks before the tour. If you feel you cannot continue, it is best to hire a horse at the same place.


These are some of the main questions asked by visitors interested in reserving the All-Inclusive Full Day Service to the Mountain of 7 Colors. If you have any questions, you can write to us at or call us at (51) 084 207064.

1) How many tourists maximum are there in the group?

The All Inclusive Service to the Mountain of the 7 Colors is shared. In order to protect ourselves against Covic 19, the groups are a maximum of 8 tourists.

2) Are there restrooms on the way to the mountain?

Yes, the local people have installed toilets during the hike up the mountain. These services have a cost of 1 Peruvian sol (0.3 USD).

3) Can I get a horse on my own at the place?

Yes, many villagers offer their horses at the checkpoint before starting the 7 Colors Mountain hike. However, in high tourist season (April to October), all horses may be reserved.

4) Is it dangerous to visit the Mountain of 7 Colors?

No. Altitude sickness usually passes with the passage of time. The All Inclusive Service offers a first aid kit. In addition, the tour guide is trained for emergency situations.

5) What to bring on the tour?

It is recommended to bring a windbreaker jacket (it is always windy in the mountains), comfortable pants for hiking, raincoat, sun block, hat, trekking shoes, water and extra cash for some last minute shopping (there are stores at the entrance gate).

6) Should I book the Vinicunca tour well in advance?

No. The entrance to Vinicunca does not yet have an availability limit. However, this may change within the next few years.

7) I don't exercise regularly, can I walk to Vinicunca?

The final hike to 7 Colores Mountain requires a certain amount of physical endurance. However, a person who does not exercise regularly can do this hike at a slow pace.

8) At what times of the year is Vinicunca covered with snow?

The best time to travel to 7 Colores Mountain is in the dry season (April to October). In the rainy season (November to March) snow can form and cover the mountain.

9) Can I go to Vinicunca in a wheelchair?

Unfortunately, no. The final hike to 7 Colores Mountain traverses rock and sand trails that are not wheelchair friendly.

10) Does it include a first aid kit?

Yes, the tour includes a first aid kit with alcohol, gauze, oxygen and the basic medicines necessary to counteract the effects of altitude sickness.