ArequipaCity of the sillar, volcanoes, nevados and canyons



Day 1:Arequipa

Reception at the Arequipa airport and transfer to selected hotel. Then have the day off to acclimatize to the altitude and know the city of Arequipa.

Day 2: Arequipa and Chivay

Breakfast and pick up from their respective hotels to address mobility heading to the Colca Canyon. Begin our journey along the road to Yura, border the Chachani Volcano and we will pass the National Reserve of Salinas and Aguada Blanca, Pampa Cañahuas which is the natural habitat of South American camelids, continuing the journey will make a short stop at Patahuasi to take mate coca and using the toilet. Then we go to the wetlands where migratory birds observe different according to the season, reaching the highest point Patapampa trip known as the Mirador Volcanoes and then arrive at the village of Chivay.
• Location in the respective hotels and Lunch (on behalf of PAX).
• Then we will have a refreshing bath in the hot springs "La Calera" (optional).
• Dinner with Folkloric Peña. (On behalf of PAX).

Day 3: Chivay, Cruz del Condor and Arequipa

After breakfast at the hotel depart to the Cruz del Condor where the majestic flight of the condor and the depth of the Colca Canyon is appreciated. Return Pinchollo, Maca, and Yanque Achoma, Mirador de Antahuilque, mysterious lakes, hanging tombs and models of Choquetico be visited. To reach the village of Chivay where you eat lunch (on behalf of PAX) and will return to Arequipa.

Day 4: Arequipa, City Tour and Santa Catalina

The next day at Arequipa Breakfast was taken in the hotel and in the morning we take mobility to enjoy a City Tour that begins with a tour in the Plaza de Armas, then we will go to the Church and Yanahuara, Temple and small square San Francisco, passage and Cathedral Basilica, temple, dome and cloisters of the Society of Jesus, colonial houses. Then we proceed to visit the Convent and Cloisters of Santa Catalina.
• At the end of the tour transfer to the airport or bus station.


• Transportation
• Accommodation
• Breakfast
• Packed
• Dinner
• Guide

Not include

• Lunch
• Hot spring




    Peru is located on the central west coast of South America. Its neighboring countries are: Ecuador and Colombia to the N; Chile to the S; Brazil and Bolivia to the E; and the Pacific Ocean to the W. It is the third largest country in South America, with a surface area of 1 285 215,6 km2 (larger than France, Spain, and Germany combined) distributed approximately in the following manner: 12% coastal territory, 28% Andean highlands and 60% Amazon jungle. Its capital, Lima, is located in the coastal area, where the country's greatest economic activities take place.
    Peruvian time is five hours past Greenwich Mean Time and is similar to Eastern Standard Time in the United States (except when the U.S. goes on daylight savings time from April to October). In reference to other cities, when it is noon in Peru, it is:
    Santiago de Chile and Caracas 13:00
    Rio de Janeiro 14:00
    New York 12:00
    Madrid 18:00
    Londres 17:00
    Tokyo 03:00

    Being such a geographically diverse country within the tropical belt, the weather in Peru is determined both by altitude and season. However, it also means that there is almost invariably sunshine somewhere in Peru ! Below is a summary of the weather conditions you can expect to find in each different region of the country at different times of the year.
    Coast (Ica, Chiclayo, Lima, Piura, Trujillo, Tumbes) Northern region: warm year-round with highs of up to 35°C in the summer.
    Central and southern regions: two well-defined seasons, winter between April and October, and summer between November and March.
    Highlands (Ancash, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cajamarca, Cusco, Puno)
    This region has two seasons, dry season between April and rainy season between November and March.
    Rainforest (Iquitos, Madre de Dios, Manu) High rainforest (over 2,300 feet asl): has a temperate, subtropical climate with abundant rainfall.
    - Use boots or sneakers the whole time on the walks. - Drink a lot of liquid during long excursions.

    - Hiking boots, sneakers and shoes.
    - Long pants or slacks.
    - Long-sleeved shirts.
    - T-shirts.
    - Sweaters and a jacket.
    - Camera.
    - Insect Repellent.
    - Personal toilet items and first-aid kit (Bandaids, cotton, alcohol, Aspirin).
    - Medicine to arrest or prevent the so called ”Soroche” or altitude sickness.
    Please consult your physician what medicine is best suited for your organism.
    Dry climate with temperatures fluctuating from 17 to 20ºC, with sunny days and cold nights all year long.
    Rainy season from December to March.

    Lima: Sea level, 54 m.a.s.l.
    Arequipa: 2350 m.a.s.l.
    Colca Canyon: 3500 m.a.s.l. (At the top)
    Tap water in most of Peru is potable, but the chemical content varies from place to place. To avoid problems, we recommend you to always drink bottled water.
    All travellers should contact the nearest Peruvian consulate in order to ascertain what visa rules apply, since these may change without previous notice.

    Hand luggage regulations
    a) All liquids must be carried in containers whose capacity can not exceed of 100 ml (or its equivalent in other volumetric units, such as liquid ounces for instance). No liquids will be allowed in containers of more capacity than the said 100 ml, even if the container is not completely full.
    b) The containers must be placed in reclosable plastic bags with a maximum capacity of 1 liter. The containers must fit effortlessly in the transparent plastic bag, which must be perfectly sealed.
    c) The plastic bag must be presented at the inspection post for its visual examination. Only one plastic bag per passenger can be allowed.
    d) Exceptions must be made in case of medications, milk and baby food, as well as in case of passengers who require a special diet. There must be the appropriate means in place to verify the nature of these liquids.
    Likewise, exceptions must be made regarding liquids purchased in the duty free shops at the airport or on board an aircraft, provided that these liquids are packed in a sealed plastic container foolproof against undue manipulations, and that a satisfactory proof (receipt) is produced showing that the article was acquired at the airport’s duty free shops, or aboard an aircraft on the traveling day(s) for passengers leaving an airport or being there on transit.
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