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Colca Canyon – 2 Days

130$

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Day 1: Arequipa – Colca Canyon – San Juan de Chuccho – Oasis Sangalle

Today we leave Arequipa early in the morning (about 4am) and we continue our trip to Colca Canyon. At 6am we will have breakfast and then we are going to see a very famous spot called Cruz del Condor (Condors’ Cross). From this point, we are going to admire spectacular views on Colca Canyon and its biggest birds – Condors. Finally, we are going to start our trekking from the point called Pampa San Miguel. It will take us about 3 hours to get to our lunch place which is San Juan de Chuccho. Then we will have another 2 to 3 hours to walk to the natural Oasis of this canyon where we can relax in the swimming pool after an exhausting day.

Height difference: -1400m

Hiking time: 3 hours

Food included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

 

Day 2: Oasis Sangalle – Cabanaconde – Chivay – Puno

Today is the real challenge of the trek! We have to go up about 1100m! We are going to wake up at about 5 am. It will take us 2 to 3 hours to get to the village called Cabanaconde where we will have our breakfast. From there, we’ll take a bus in the direction of Chivay where we can stop over and enjoy natural hot springs (best thing to do after a 2 day trekking). Finally, we will have our lunch in Chivay and we will either back to Arequipa or to Puno, where Titicaca Lake is waiting for you.

Food included: Breakfast

Included :

_ Official guide

_ Transportation from and to Arequipa

_ All the food as indicated in the itinerary

_ The accommodation in bungalows while trekking

_ Free use of the swimming pool in the Oasis

Not included :

_ Water and snacks

_ Entrance ticket to the Colca Canyon (70 soles – about 20 dollars)

_ Entrance to the hot springs in Chivay (15 soles – about 4 dollars)

_ The last lunch in Chivay day 2

_ The bus from Chivay to Puno in case you want to continue your trip to the Titicaca lake

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