Zip lining in the Sacred Valley


Ziplining in the Sacred Valley

Description

Ziplining in the Sacred Valley Ziplining in the Sacred Valley presents an opportunity for people of all ages to fly over beautiful scenery. A safe and fun experience, the excursion consists of 6 lines or cables, between 100m and 500m in length. The guide attaches everyone to the cable using harnesses, leaving nothing to chance, and before you know it you are flying 2km in length over the Valley. To arrive at the first cable, you must walk for around 35 minutes after your transfer. No previous experience is necessary. The ziplining is done is Pachar, in between Urubamba and Ollantaytambo.

Itinerary

All routes are cable based with a via ferrata system, assuring your security. At the end of each cable people slow down naturally, and in the case of the last cable, an assisted stop is used. The guide is also able to slow people down at the end of the cable if needed. All our guides are mountain trained, capable in mountain rescue and first aid.

Departs: In the morning from your hotel or another place in the city center

Returns: In the afternoon

Time to do the course: About 4 hours

Please Note: No experience is required to do the zipline, though participants should be in good physical condition and 9 years or over. We reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone who does not appear fit enough to participate.

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Practical Information

Leaving: daily
Transport: Bus
Price: Contact us
Others: Please note that all itineraries are subject to change

Bring With You
  • Day Pack
  • Prepared lunch
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Light clothing, layers
  • Water Bottle
  • Hat or Cap to protect you from the sun or the cold
  • Sun Block
  • Water and Snacks
  • Camera
Included
  • Professional bilingual mountain guide (English/Spanish)
  • Transport
  • All equipment
  • Snack
Not Included
  • Lunch
  • Possibly the most important thing to consider: TIPS for guides


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