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Arequipa is the capital of the Province, Department and Region of the same name. It is located at 2230 meters (7,314 feet) a.s.l. it is the second largest city of Peru. One of Its main attractions is the fact that Arequipa has probably the nicest weather of Peru with an average of 300 sunny days a year. The city keeps its ancient architectural treasures, but also shows a modern side with many luxurious hotels and casinos. Arequipa gives tourists the opportunity to spend a pleasant time in the city and its outskirts. It is also the departing point for wider circuits.

This is our selection of Arequipa city and Colca Canyon tours, the most exciting tours and adventures in Peru.



08:00 am Leave Arequipa towards nor west direcction behind snow-covered Chachani, Yura, small valley with thermal springs, see wild vicuñas in Pampa Cañahuas national reserve, Alpacas & llamas in Tocra, some bidrs like flamingoes, ibis, andean gooze, ducks, andean eagle "Kara Kara" view point of the Volcanoes and snow covered mountains in Patapampa (4,800 m.)(15,000ft.), See the Ampato, Sabancaya, Walca Walca, etc.) Chivay Capital of the valley. Afternoon visit to the termal springs & pools in La Calera. (Admission to the pools not included, about $2 per person). Overnight at Colca Lodge or similar. (L, D)


Early morning after breakfast leave for a full day excursion in the left shore, beautiful tipical towns, like Yanque & Maca, colonial churches, gently people with tipical needlework dresses, hundreds of pre inca terraces still in use with andean growings like corn, qinua, kiwicha (Amaranto), etc. Lookout of The cross of the condor: see the deep of the canyon & the flight of the Condor. Stone scale models, some pre inca graves. Time for lunch and return to Arequipa. (18:00 approx. in Arequipa). (B, L)

Prices (US $):

Private Service
Arequipa 1
6 +
2 Days        

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