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Travel Agency and Tour Operator in Arequipa

Trekking colca canyon
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We’ll pick you up at 3:00am from your hotel in Arequipa and drive 3 hours to Chivay, the capital of the Colca Canyon region. We’ll have breakfast in Chivay before continuing on to Cruz Del Condor, one of the best places to view the vast expanse of Colca Canyon and a prime location for condor viewing. After about 40 minutes at Cruz del Condor, we’ll continue driving for another half hour to Pampas San Miguel where we’ll start our hike.

About 2.5 hours into the trek we’ll cross the bridge at the bottom of the canyon. From here it’s another half hour to the first village, San Juan de Chuccho, where we’ll have lunch and a short break. We’ll continue hiking up the canyon another hour and a half to Cosñirhua where we’ll have dinner and spend the night with a local family.


Breakfast will be around 7am. After breakfast you have the option of hiking an hour and a half to Tapay, capital of the Tapay district. We’ll return to Cosñirhua for lunch and activities such as trying on the local dress and picking fruit at the far. After lunch we’ll hike 2 hours to Oasis de Sangalle where we’ll have dinner and spend the second night. One the way we’ll pass through Malata, the last village on this side of Colca Canyon, and see some pre-Inca farming terraces.


We’ll wake up at 4:50am to start our 3-3.5 hour hike out of the canyon to Cabanaconde. After breakfast is Cabanaconde we’ll have a 2 hour bus ride to the Calera hot springs. The bus will stop at a couple viewpoints for photos along the way. You’ll have about an hour at the thermal baths before we continue to Chivay (10-15 minutes away) for a buffet lunch.

Note: If you do not wish you hike out of the canyon you can hire a mule for about 50 soles.

Continuing on to Arequipa, we will make a couple more stops -- first at the Salinas and Aguaga Blanca National Reserve to see llamas, alpacas, and vicuñas and second at Patapampa Pass (4910 m.s.l.), the highest point on our trip where you can see the chain of volcanoes including Hualcahualca, Sabancalla, and Ampato. We’ll arrive back in Arequipa between 5:30-6pm




Accomodation in Cosñirhua and Oasis de Sangalle
Meals (3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinner2)
Bilingual Guide (English-spanish)(german-spanish)(French-spanish)
Activities with Locals
Tourist Ticket - fee entrance
Thermal Baths (Hot Springs)
Transfer from your hotel to public bus station or hotel to airport


We provide towels toilet paper shampoo, soap walking sticks.



Not Included

Mules "optional"
Personal Expenses

What to Bring

Swimming Suit
Hiking shoes or boots
Warm Clothes
Headlamp or Flashlight
Sun Block
Walking Sticks (optional)
Bug Repellant
Poncho (rainy season from December to April)
Extra money for water and any other personal expenses or incidentals

Why choose Carlitos Tours?

High quality service
Sustainable tourism
Spend the night with local families
Support the local communities and pay them fair wages
Participate in communal activities with the locals

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