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Cusco is one of the destinations preferred by travelers not only for Machu Picchu but for the diversity of adventure sports that can be practiced there and then Ferré Hotels will show you the best extreme sports in Cusco. The Inca Trail is one of the most requested by tourists, due to the effort demanded for 4 days. However, it is not the only one.

Mountain biking

Cusco has a privileged geography for adventure sports. If cycling is involved, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is the perfect place for pedal lovers. This valley offers mountainous routes ideal for mountain biking. Among the best known routes are:

Downhill cycling through the passage of Malaga, Cycling through Maras and Moray and Cycling through the ruins of Cusco.

Vía ferrata

The via ferrata is a type of mountain climbing over places of difficult access but with all the security for each type of athlete. Anyone wanting to have a bit of adrenaline can practice it. It takes place in the town of Pachar in Yanahuara, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The most important thing about the via ferrata is that security is guaranteed.

Canopy or Zip Line

The zip line, zip line or simply canopy is the most similar way to fly. This consists of sliding down a 150 to 500 meter cable from one point to another and with a safety system that keeps it safe from danger. Among the main places where you can canopy are: the archaeological park of Maras and Moray, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the town of Racchi and the town of Santa Teresa.


Cusco is a perfect place for boating due to the diversity of its rivers. The Urubamba River in the Sacred Valley of the Incas has one of the most beautiful and ideal places to do ‘Rafting’ in the world.

Bungee Jumping

If you are looking for even more adrenaline, bungee jumping is the best choice. In the district of Poroy, a few minutes from Cusco you can practice this extreme sport considered one of the most courageous. The bungee jumping of Cusco is the highest in Latin America, with a height of up to 120 meters.