Muchas gracias a todo el equipo de Aventuraquechua por habernos ayudado a cumplir nuestro sueño.
Hemos pasado 11 días maravillosos recorriendo la cordillera Huayhuash, la atención recibida, el mimo con el que habéis cuidado todos los detalles han hecho que un trekking "duro" se nos hiciese un paseo.
Gracias por todo
Arturo J. y Maricruz Pellín
When you think of Peru, do you imagine visiting the Incan Imperial City of Cusco, walking the Inca Trail, or experiencing the mystery of the ruins of Machu Picchu? How about lounging in the Amazon Jungle, trekking through the Andes, white water rafting on some of the best rivers in the world,cycling through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, enjoying the beauty of the country while horseback riding on Peruvian Pasos, driving a 4X4 through the wilds of the mountains, or climbing the heights of the ranges by Huaraz? Or perhaps you want to spend time with the locals, learning the culture. Maybe you see yourself flying high above the Nazca Lines, boating on the highest navigable lake in the world – Lake Titicaca, or watching the incredible condors in the Colca Canyon by Arequipa.
Peru is one of the most incredibly diverse countries in South America - a country rich in Archaeological, Cultural and Geographical wonders.
The pre-Hispanic cultures Moche, Chimu, Nazca, Chavin, Wari and, last but not least, the Incas have all left their mark on the landscape with huge mud-brick palaces, mysterious cities and figures etched on the desert floor.
The Andes are one of the most beautiful and accessible mountain ranges in the world and in Peru you will find the most impressive glacial peaks.
The Cordilleras' Blanca and Huayhuash in Huaraz and the Urubamba, Vilcanota and Vilcabamba in the Cuzco region offer a wide variety of landscapes, archaeological sites and glimpses at the lives of the local Indians and their customs.
PERU, with its beaches, desert, mountains, national parks and many archaeological sites is arguably the most interesting country in the Americas.
This short tour gives you the best of Arequipa and the Colca Canyon. It includes a tour of the historical sites in the city and a two day trip to the magnificent Colca Canyon, overnight in Chivay and a visit to the hot springs "La Calera". Also you will be visiting Yanque, Maca and a stop at the "Cruz del Condor" with a chance to see condors in their natural setting.
A two week visit to some of the most interesting and important sites in Peru. Arequipa, the colonial city and its Santa Catalina Convent. The Colca Canyon and the condors. The Titicaca Lake. This tour gives you a great view of the varied cities and areas in this amazing and beautiful country.
Enjoy time visiting the Old Incan Empire Capital of Cusco and tour ends with the classic tour to the incredible site of Machu Picchu before returning to Lima.
This is one of the classic circuits that circles the highest mountain in the National Park: Huascaran 6768m.
Easy access and comfortable campsites make this hike attractive for all trekkers. We cross passes between 4500m and 4850m. Hiking through the "Quenual" (typical Andean shrub) while in deep canyons, green and turquoise lagoons reflect the sparkling glaciers. We pass through villages, where the peasants attempt to harvest their crops and kids enjoy playing with their animals.
Peru is one of the most incredibly diverse countries in South America - a country rich in Archaeological, Cultural and Geographical wonders. The Incas have left their mark on the landscape with huge stone palaces, mysterious cities everywhere you travel.
The Andes are one of the most beautiful and accessible mountain ranges in the world and in Peru you will find the most impressive glacial peaks. The Pumahuanca Lares Valley, trek to forgotten Quechua villages, this is one of the most amazing circuits you will ever experience. The highlight of the Cusco area is the visit to Machu Picchu by train from Ollantaytambo. Then your journey continues to the north of Peru, Huaraz and the Cordillera Blanca, the Alpamayo hike reach remote areas and stunning glaciers, this route circles Santa Cruz, Caraz, Alpamayo, Pucahircas, Huandoy, Chacraraju, Taulliraju, Chopicalqui and Huascaran, while crossing passes between 4500m and 4800m. Hiking through the “Quenual“(typical Andean shrub) while in deep canyons, green and turquoise lagoons reflect the sparkling glaciers.