Rainbow Mountain Llama Trek

Cusco, Peru
5.0 (4 reviews)

Trip Highlights

  • Towering, Glaciated Mountains
  • Stunning Alpine Lakes
  • Llamas!
  • Tour of Machu Picchu
  • High Mountain Lakes & Wildlife
  • Stunning Rainbow Mountain
  • High Elevation Trekking Through the Andes
  • Breathtaking Mountain Views


Our Rainbow Mountain Llama Trek is the triple crown adventure of Peru trekking! It is one of the most special and memorable hikes in the world and is truly one not to be missed! It combines the uniqueness and cultural significance of Peruvian llama trekking with remote, high-altitude hiking in the Andes Mountains. Highlights of the trip include towering snow-capped peaks, high mountain passes (our high point is 16,437 feet!), mountain lakes, hot springs, amazing cultural immersion, the vibrant and other-worldly landscape colors of Rainbow Mountain, and of course a trip to the ancient Inca ruins at Machu Picchu.

This trek takes place south of Cusco, Peru adjacent to Mt. Ausangate, which was an “Apu” or sacred mountain to the Inca people. This trip is one of the best undiscovered treks in the world and provides solace from the larger crowds that inhabit more famous trails. Hiking through this vast and dramatic landscape in the heart of the Andes with the help of the iconic animal of the Inca, llamas, provides a well-rounded, culturally rich and awe-inspiring adventure in Peru.

Required Acclimatization Days

For guest safety, due to the high elevations of this trek (16,437′), it is required that you acclimatize (at 10,000 feet or greater) for a minimum of 2 nights prior to the trip start date. This can be accomplished simply by arriving in Cusco (11,152′) 2 days prior. Acclimatizing, being well rested, staying hydrated, and eating well are important steps to helping your body adjust to the higher elevations of this trip. Being well adjusted will give you the best opportunity to have a safe and enjoyable trek. If your looking for acclimatization activities, check out our Cusco and Sacred Valley Acclimatization Day Tours.

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$2500 Per Person
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$65 Single Supplement

Trip Type: Llama Trek
Difficulty Level:
Solitude Level:
Group Size: 2-12 Guests
Trip Length: 5-9 Days
Distance: 24MI / 38KM


Scale of 1-5. 1 is least difficult; 5 is most difficult

This trip requires significant elevation gains and losses on rocky trails, and tops out at nearly 17,000 feet. The higher elevations make the trekking more difficult and necessitate training for most guests to be well prepared.

Hiking Distances:

Up to 7 mi

Backpack Weight:

10-20 lbs


Significantly Rugged

Max Daily Elev. ↑↓:

2200 ft

Heights Exposure:


Please Note: Terrain, Elevation Gain and Heights Exposure ratings reflect the section or day of the trip with the maximum difficulty of each. Much of the trip is at easier levels. See the trip itinerary for more detailed information.


  • Hiking uphill or downhill with a 10-20 lb backpack for 6-8 hours
  • Maintaining balance and footing on variable, uneven terrain
  • Hiking at high elevations of 17,000+ feet
* For an official and complete list of physical requirements, please see our Essential Eligibility Criteria.


1 least solitude, 5 most solitude

We rate this Peru hike a solitude 4. You can expect to a couple other groups of hikers per day.

Group of hikers in Peru

Make the most of your time in Peru with an add-on day hike around Cusco! Explore a stunning alpine lake with amazing turquoise water (Lake Humantay); or one of the most unique and breathtaking mountains in the world with rainbow-colored soils that make for spectacular photography (Rainbow Mountain).

*Rainbow Mountain is included as part of this trip’s larger itinerary.

Private Trips

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Our sliding scale for private trips is based on the final number of guests in your group. Rates are per person and do not include sales tax, national park fees or guide gratuity. The final rate is based on the actual number of guests on the trip and may adjust based on cancellations or additions.

Please Note: you can also enjoy a private trip at our normal scheduled rates by filling any empty tour to capacity. However, if group members drop from the tour those spots will automatically become available on our website for instant booking. By purchasing a private trip at the rates listed below, your trip will remain exclusive to your group regardless of cancellations. 

Private Rates FOr This Trip

  • 2 People: Rate x 2.5
  • 3 People: Rate x 2
  • 4-5 People: Rate x 1.5
  • 6-10 People: Rate x 1.15
  • 11-12 People: Rate x 1
  • 13+ people: contact us for availability and pricing

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Day 1

  • Hiking Mileage: 6.2 miles
  • Lowest Elevation: 12,795 feet
  • Highest Elevation: 14,763 feet
  • Trekking Duration: 5 hours

Today your guide will pick you up at your hotel in Cusco for transport to the start of our trek at Upis Bajo. We will have our first wonderful meal prepared by our camp chef and meet our llama wranglers to load the equipment. Our trek starts with a gentle incline through small villages, farms and high grasslands, helping us ease into the experience of hiking at high elevation. In this area, we often meet large herds of grazing llamas and alpacas. A true Peruvian Andes hiking experience! Our views are filled by the Vilcanota Range, home to the highest peaks in the Cusco region. Tonight’s camp sits below the towering and glaciated Mount Ausangate (20,945′), a deeply sacred mountain to the Inca and the highest peak in the range. Our camp has one more optional treat – hot springs. Those who desire can enjoy a soak in the small thermal pools not far from camp. A wonderful Peruvian dinner and great night’s sleep cap off our first day of trekking.

2025 Update: this trip is significantly changed for 2025. Please see the 2025 itinerary changes below.

Day 2

  • Hiking Mileage: 6.8 miles
  • Lowest Elevation: 14,763 feet
  • Highest Elevation: 15,748 feet
  • Trekking Duration: 7-8 hours

Waking up in the mountains of Peru with Wildland means getting a hot drink of your choice delivered to your tent and a warm bowl of water to wash your hands and face; what a way to start the day in a beautiful and remote area! After breakfast, we begin our trek climbing towards our first pass called Arapa.

This area is sacred to the Quechua people. To show respect to their local culture, we will conduct a short ceremony just as the Quechua people have done for centuries before us. After this cultural moment, we hike down the trail to our lunch spot next to the pristine Yanacocha Lake. After lunch our journey continues until we reach our next camp at Puka Cocha. This camp is located right at the base of Mount Ausangate, which creates an incredible backdrop for our home for the night.

Day 3

  • Hiking Mileage: 6.5 miles
  • Lowest Elevation: 14,763 feet
  • Highest Elevation: 16,404 feet
  • Trekking Duration: 7 hours
  • Accommodations: Premier Camping

Today starts with a cup of coffee or tea in your tent followed by a nutritious breakfast to get us going for the day. Our hike climbs us up switchbacked trails towards Ananta Pass, where we will find a large pile of stones left by the Inca cenuries ago. These cairns are called Apacheta in the Andes and were used as markings along trails. The view from the pass offers snow-capped, colorful mountains, grasslands and perhaps some unique wildlife, like the wild Vicuñas (wild relatives to the llama). After a good rest here we will descend for a couple of hours to a scenic lunch spot. Our afternoon hike takes us to Huarmisaya Pass, where we’ll catch our first glimpse of the magnificent Rainbow Mountain. From here we have only a short walk down to camp sitting next to Huarmisaya Lake, surrounded by the most stunning mountain views you’ve probably ever seen. What a place to spend the night!

Day 4

  • Hiking Mileage: 3.7 miles
  • Lowest Elevation: 14,107 feet
  • Highest Elevation: 16,437 feet
  • Trekking Duration: 4 hours

Today we’ll get an early start to beat the crowds to famous Rainbow Mountain, and so we can get photos of its dramatic landscapes in the stunning, morning light. This is the type of place you just have to see to believe – truly breathtaking. After enjoying Rainbow Mountain for a couple hours, we’ll continue our hike down the Red Valley towards our awaiting shuttle.

We will be transported to the Sacred Valley and the town of Urubamba for a relaxing lunch. After lunch, we will drive to Ollantaytambo to board a train to Aguas Calientes. Upon arrival, we will check into our hotel and have free time until going to dinner. Tomorrow we visit Machu Picchu!

Day 5

  • Hiking Mileage: varies
  • Lowest Elevation: 6,726 feet
  • Highest Elevation: 7,874 feet
  • Trekking Duration: 3-4 hours

This morning, we’ll have an early wake up call for our sunrise arrival to Machu Picchu! At Machu Picchu, (7,972 ft.) our guide will lead us on a thorough and fascinating tour of the ancient Inca city for the next 3-4 hours. We will learn about the amazing cultural history of the Inca and Machu Picchu and delve into some of the mysteries that surround the remote mountain city. After our Machu Picchu tour we will head back to Aguas Calientes for lunch. We will then board a train to the historic town of Ollantaytambo. Upon arrival in Ollantaytambo, we board our private van to the town of Urubamba. Depending on the time, we may have dinner in Urubamba or continue on to Cusco (11,200 ft.) where we will have a celebratory dinner and end with saying our good-byes as we drop you off at your hotel.

2025 Itinerary Changes

In 2025 this trip will be 4 days longer. The itinerary will be as follows:

Day 1

On this hiking tour to Machu Picchu we will pick you up from the airport in Cusco, Peru and take you to our lovely accommodations near the main square. You’ll have some time to get settled in before we meet for our orientation meeting. During this meeting, we will get acquainted with our group, itinerary, gear for the trek, answer questions, etc. Afterwards, we’ll head to our favorite Peruvian restaurant for dinner. Be sure to drink copious amounts of water throughout the day, as flying and traveling will certainly dehydrate you. Cusco is over 11,000 feet in elevation and being hydrated is a critical component of dealing with significant elevation changes. Self-care begins immediately.

Day 2

Today is a great day to not only acclimatize and brush off some jet lag, but to start our exploration of Cusco and the incredible history and culture of Peru. We’ll start with a nourishing breakfast at our hotel to fuel us for the day ahead. After, we will meet for our visit to the ruin of Saksaywaman, an ancient cathedral in Cusco, and the Qoricancha (Sun Temple). For lunch we will meet our chef for the week and enjoy the organic and local foods of Cusco. After the tour, we have some free time to relax before dinner.

Day 3

Today will serve as an additional acclimatization day. Our first stop will take us to the village of Chinchero, where we will visit a cooperative weaving center. The Chincherinas (local women) will show us the process of weaving beautiful blankets, fabric dying, and making clothes. Subsequently, we will head to the salt mines of  Salineras that date back over 2,000 years with over 3,000 salt pools carved into the mountain side. We’ll then head to our amazing lunch spot with phenomenal mountain views. After lunch we will move on to the fascinating terraces of Moray, once used for agricultural experimentation by the Incas. After, we will return to Cusco and enjoy free time until we meet for dinner at our favorite restaurant. Your guides will deliver the plan for the following day.

Days 4-8

Days 4-8 follow Days 1-5 of the 2024 itinerary above. One exception is on Day 5: we return to our hotel in Cusco versus dropping you off at your own hotel.

Day 9

This morning we will have our last Peruvian breakfast in Cusco and say our good-byes before heading to the airport. From here it’s of course your option to continue exploring Peru on your own or have a flight booked to return home. For our Machu Picchu Treks you can depart Cusco any time on this final day. Service ends after transportation to the airport.

Please Note: We always do everything in our power to follow the set itinerary, however occasionally trips are subject to itinerary changes based on a variety of circumstances, including but not limited to: lodging/campground availability, extreme weather, political or bureaucratic obstacles, earthquakes, fires, flooding and more. Normal terms and conditions apply to trips with itinerary changes.

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Trip Details

Trip Details

What's Included

  • A detailed trip packet that takes the guesswork out of your travel, training, packing, and preparing for the trip
  • Trained hiking guide(s) with years of personal wilderness and hiking experience, medical certifications, and a passion for leading people into breathtaking landscapes. See Guide Bios.
  • Transportation for the duration of the tour starting on Day 1 and ending in Cusco on Day 5
  • Luxury Vistadome train tickets from Aguas Calientes to Ollantaytambo
  • Lodging before our day at Machu Picchu
  • All camping gear and supplies (including a dining tent and kitchen tent)
  • Llamas to transport all gear, food, and most personal items
  • Professional camp chef
  • Drinking water and hot water for washing face, hands…etc.
  • Use of a backpack and trekking poles
  • Gratuity for in-country crew: Llama Wranglers, Chefs, Waiters, and Drivers. *Please Note: Gratuities for Guide(s) are not included in trip rate.
  • All meals for the duration of the tour (Lunch on day 1 through Dinner on day 5)
  • Emergency equipment including a company-issued first-aid kit and communication device

What's Not Included

  • Transportation to Cusco, Peru
  • Airport pick-up/drop-off
  • Acclimatization activities (2 days of pre-trek acclimatization required). If your looking for acclimatization activities, check out our Cusco and Sacred Valley Acclimatization Day Tours.
  • Lodging in Cusco before and after the trekking portion of the trip
  • Trip insurance that includes medical coverage and at least $200,000 in evacuation and repatriation coverage (strongly encouraged)
  • Bar bills, drink bills, extra snacks, telephone bills, Wi-Fi bills and other personal expenses (shopping/ laundry)
  • All expenses due to unavoidable events e.g. flight cancellation, personal illness, strikes, etc. (we recommend trip insurance coverage for these variables)
  • Clothes, rain gear, and footwear (see recommendations)
  • Sunscreen, toiletries and personal items
  • Water bottles and a headlamp or flashlight (disposable plastic water bottles are prohibited; please have refillable water bottles or hydration bladders)
  • Guide gratuities are optional and at the discretion of each customer. A suggested guideline is to reward outstanding service with a tip of 10-15% of the total trip cost. Local currency is preferred, or USD is also appreciated.                                                                                                                                                                                            *Please Note: Gratuities for Llama Wranglers, Chefs, Waiters, and Drivers are included in the trip rate.

Click here to see a printable, downloadable trip information packet with more detailed guidance about what to pack.

Meals: What to Expect

This Peru hiking tour features a combination of in-town meals and meals prepared by a professional camp chef. Some staples you may find are potatoes (papas), quinoa, rice, beans, meat, fish, various grains and vegetables.

For optimal taste and energy, we supplement all our meals with spices, herbs, oils, cheeses, butter, sugar, and fruits and vegetables. In addition, we provide you with with an assortment of trail snacks* (nuts, dried fruit, chocolate, & cookies) to eat at your own discretion.

We can often accommodate vegan, vegetarian, kosher and non-gluten diets and make adjustments for food allergies. These and other special dietary requests may require an additional fee, and in some countries may be more difficult to accommodate than others. Please inquire with us for more information about the specific trip you’re interested in.

*Common trail snack brands and items found easily in the US are not readily available in this destination. (i.e. protein bars, trail bars, beef jerky, etc…) We recommend guests that prefer these types of trail snacks to bring a few of their own choice items from home.

Gear We Provide

We provide all group gear which includes the following:

  • Backpacks
  • Trekking poles
  • Tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads
  • Company-issued first-aid kit
  • Emergency communication device(s)

Guest Packing List

When you register for this tour you’ll receive access to a printable, downloadable trip information packet with a detailed packing list specific to this trip (click here to see it now.) All trips require a sturdy pair of hiking shoes or hiking boots, rain gear, a recommended clothing system, a headlamp or flashlight, a hydration system (water bottles and/or bladder) and other items specific to each trip.

Trip Logistics

Trip Logistics

How Do I Register?

Reserve your spot today! In the Trip Dates & Booking section of this page, the green and red dates are bookable online by simply clicking on the date, and blue dates must be booked through our customer service team for a variety of possible reasons. To email our customer service team, you can click here to get the ball rolling. Our adventure consultants will confirm availability, and if you’re ready to register we’ll email you a link to a registration profile. You’ll have 72 hours to complete your profile (and that of any dependents) and pay the deposit.

Feel free to call us for more info – we’re here 7 days a week!

Where Do We Meet?

Unless we tell you otherwise, you will meet your guide and group at the Tierra Viva Centro Hotel in Cusco, Peru for an orientation meeting at 5:30 PM the evening before the trip begins. Your guide will pick you up at any hotel in Cusco the next morning for transport to the trailhead. For Private Tours your guide will meet you at your hotel in Cusco at an agreed upon time. Our Peru communications team will be in contact approximately 45 days before your trip to coordinate your rendezvous and answer any last-minute questions you have.

Click here to see a printable, downloadable trip information packet with more detailed guidance about flights, shuttles, recommended lodging and more.

Travel to Cusco, Peru


For guest safety, due to the high elevations of this trek (16,437′), it is required that you acclimatize (at 10,000 feet or greater) for a minimum of 2 nights prior to the trip start date. This can be accomplished simply by arriving in Cusco (11,200′) 2 days prior. Acclimatizing, being well rested, staying hydrated, and eating well are important steps to helping your body adjust to the higher elevations of this trip. Being well adjusted will give you the best opportunity to have a safe and enjoyable trek. Unless we tell you otherwise, you will meet your guide and group at the Tierra Viva Centro Hotel in Cusco, Peru for an orientation meeting at 5:00 PM the evening before the trip begins.

Flights to and from Cusco are the guest’s responsibility. Multiple airlines operate flights into Cusco, and nearly all connect through Lima. You can reach Lima from many U.S. and European international airports. Some of the primary U.S. departure cities include Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Minneapolis, Chicago, New Orleans, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and Los Angeles. The duration of nonstop flights to Lima is 5-9 hours. The duration of flights from Lima to Cusco is 80 minutes.

We do not recommend planning departure flights on the final day of this tour due to time constraints and the inability to guarantee when we will arrive back to Cusco.

Required Acclimatization Days

For guest safety, due to the high elevations of this trek (16,437′), it is required that you acclimatize (at 10,000 feet or greater) for a minimum of 2 nights prior to the trip start date. This can be accomplished simply by arriving in Cusco (11,200′) 2 days prior. Acclimatizing, being well rested, staying hydrated, and eating well are important steps to helping your body adjust to the higher elevations of this trip. Being well adjusted will give you the best opportunity to have a safe and enjoyable trek. If your looking for acclimatization activities, check out our Cusco and Sacred Valley Acclimatization Day Tours.

Safety Precautions

Your safety is our top priority. Our hiking tours are led by professional hiking guides, all of whom are wilderness-certified first responders or EMT’s, each with years of guiding and wilderness experience. Guides adhere to standardized risk management protocols in case of any potential or actual incident, and all tours carry an emergency communication device and comprehensive first-aid kit. Additionally we have a “24/7” system through which guides or guests can reach Wildland support personnel at any time.

In the interest of your safety, it’s important to refer to the Center for Disease Control website for up-to-date recommendations on immunizations before your trip.

Essential Eligibility Criteria

Essential Eligibility Criteria (“EEC”) have been specifically identified to help you understand the skills and abilities necessary to participate on each Wildland trip, and they apply uniformly to all potential trip participants, irrespective of the presence or absence of any disability.

Once you identify a trip in which you may be interested, please carefully review the EEC and itinerary details. If after reviewing the EEC that apply to your desired trip, you determine you need an accommodation in order to meet the EEC, please contact us prior to registering to discuss your requested accommodation.

The EEC exist for your own safety and the safety and enjoyment of all participants. If you are unable to meet the EEC for the trip, with or without an accommodation, you are not eligible for that trip. If you register and arrive for a trip for which you do not meet the EEC, you will be disqualified from participation on the trip and will be dismissed or evacuated from the trip without a refund.


Our approach to international travel is to combine the best of two worlds: the dialed-in details, professionalism and consistency Wildland trips are known for; and the cultural immersion and intimate regional knowledge that only locals can provide. To excel with this approach, we vet and hire the best local guides, welcome them into the Wildland family and train them to meet our standard of excellence with every aspect of a trip. But along with managing logistics and safety, your guides will teach you about the area’s history and culture, and provide a level of familiarity and intimate detail only locals can.

Check out our Meet Our Team page for staff bios.

Guide Working Parameters

Guides are required to take 8 hours off each 24-hour period to sleep, recuperate, take personal/down time…etc. In addition, as part of the 8 hours off they must sleep/rest or be in their tents/rooms uninterrupted for a minimum of 5 hours each night. We ask guests to respect these requirements and to not interrupt guides’ off time and sleep time unless there is a true emergency.

Age Restrictions

Age restrictions on this trip are as follows:

  • 12 and older to join scheduled tours (mixed groups)
  • 5 and older to join private tours, with final approval and specific logistical requirements (such as porter or stock assist) determined on a case by case basis

Trip Insurance

For your protection, we strongly recommend the purchase of field evacuation, repatriation, and medical trip insurance. International travel is expensive, and the modest cost of trip insurance is a sound investment in an uncertain world.

If you wish to purchase trip insurance, we recommend IMG/iTravelinsured. They are one of the world’s leading providers of travel insurance.

For information on recommended IMG/iTravelinsured policies please click here.

For even greater information, or if you simply prefer communicating with a real, live person, feel free to contact our exclusive agent Michael Bennett. Michael will help you identify the best product for your needs, and there is no cost associated with his assistance. You may contact him at:

Email: [email protected]
US by Phone: 877-305-9083
Direct/International by Phone: 702-448-3664

If you already have insurance or wish to purchase from anyone other than IMG/iTravelinsured, we recommend careful consultation with the provider to ensure appropriate coverage. This is because many providers have a number of policy exclusions.

Weather in Peru

Peru is home to part of the Amazon Rainforest as well as the towering Andes Mountains. Machu Picchu is at an elevation of 7,972 feet (2,430 meters), but most of our treks in the region reach elevations well above 10,000 feet, some reaching nearly 17,000 feet. Because of the significant elevation changes and alpine hiking, the temperatures and weather can also vary widely. At elevations above 10,000 feet you can expect cold temperatures.

The average temperatures and precipitation in the Machu Picchu region are:

Month Hi Low Precip
March 70° F 45° F 11 days
April 72° F 40° F 8 days
May 70° F 36° F 3 days
June 70° F 34° F 2 days
July 70° F 30° F 2 days
August 70° F 34° F 2 days
September 72° F 40° F 7 days
October 72° F 43° F 8 days



Tierra Viva Cusco Centro Hotel in Cusco, Peru

Tierra Viva Cusco Centro

Tierra Viva Cusco Centro Hotel in Cusco, Peru

Beginning in 2025, we will stay at this hotel on nights 1-3 and the final night. This inviting Cusco hotel maintains the feeling of a historic residence built with stone, tiles, adobe and wood. It is the beautifully restored home of the Velasco Ordoñez family, historic residents of Cusco. The rooms offer modern comfort and are spacious, with large windows and wood floors.



Our Peru Treks feature premier camping with comfortable sleeping tents, kitchen tents, dedicated chefs, and a team of porters to carry and set up/break down camp each day. We provide all top-of-the-line gear. Our guests regularly rave about the camping accommodations on our Peru adventures!

Tierra Viva Machu Picchu Hotel in Aguas Calientes, Peru


Tierra Viva Machu Picchu Hotel in Aguas Calientes, Peru

This hotel is in the quietest area of Aguas Calientes, facing the Urubamba River and surrounded by the Forest of Clouds. Modern and stylish, it features spacious and comfortable rooms, a lounge with a fireplace, and wonderful local art hung on the walls of the lobby and rooms.

* These exact accommodations are not guaranteed. In some instances alternative accommodations of similar quality and location may be used.

Trip Reviews

Trip Reviews

  • Average Customer Ratings:

  • 5.0 (4 reviews)
Justin D

Can’t stop talking about how great a trip this was!

1 year ago

Rainbow Mountain was my fourth trek with Wildland and it was just as amazing as all the others. This program is laid out well to allow for a difficult hike through some of the most amazing scenery. The whole Peru Wildland team exceled in service. The support team and chef were very professional and ensured we had everything we needed. The food on the whole trek was very very good!! It does require some additional time in Cusco due to altitude but well worth it.

Martin B


2 years ago

Our trip was fantastic! The staff on our trek went above and beyond to make the trip special for us. We also had a blast with our llamas. The scenery was really beautiful and our guide Jose Condor gave us lots of great information about Machu Picchu.

Rebecca O.

Couldn't Have Asked for a Better Experience!

5 years ago

Edgard was such a fun and knowledgeable guide. We really enjoyed getting to know him and our other local support staff. Couldn’t have asked for a better experience!

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