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From Puno: 2-Day Colca Canyon Tour to Arequipa27 Reviews
Take a 2-day transfer tour from Puno City to Arequipa. Along the way you'll explore the Colca Canyon, the second-deepest canyon in the world, and will also be amazed by the flight of the majestic condor.
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- Begin your tour in Puno and end in Arequipa
- See the marvelous Colca Canyon
- Gaze at the majestic flight of the condor
DescriptionDay 1: After being collected from your accommodation in Puno City, you will hit the road. Along the way be sure to look out for llamas, alpacas, and vicuñas in the magnificent mountains of the Andes, before you make a stop at a small cafe. You'll receive breathtaking views of the Misti, Chachani, Pichu Pichu, and Ampato volcanoes from the highest point of the Patapampa route. You'll then continue to Chivay, the entrance town of the Colca Canyon. Once there you will have lunch at a local restaurant, before being dropped off to your hotel in Chivay Town. You can then enjoy the afternoon at leisure, with the option to visit the La Calera water spring. Day 2: You'll depart from Chivay in the early morning and make your way towards the stunning Cruz del Condor viewpoint. Along the way you'll pass the pretty towns of Coporaque and Maca, before getting in touch with nature on a short hike. You'll later arrive to Cruz del Condor, where you will watch the majestic birds in flight for a full hour. On the way back you will enjoy lunch in Chivay, before continuing on to Arequipa City where you will arrive at approximately 5:00PM.
IncludesEntrance fee to the Colca Canyon (if option selected) Lunch on the 1st and 2nd day (if option selected) Professional English and Spanish-speaking tour guide Hotel pickup from downtown Puno Drop-off in Arequipa
- Consider the changes of altitude between Arequipa (2300 m.a.s.l.) to Chivay (3700 m.a.s.l.) by taking precautions to avoid altitude sickness No restrictions to carry big luggage