Viagem de dia inteiro para o Cânion do Colca saindo de Arequipa
Então continuamos dirigindo por mais de 1,5 hora até o ponto mais visitado “a Cruz do Condor”. Aqui podemos ver a profundidade do cânion e o voo do Condor por aproximadamente 1,5 hora. Em seguida, visitaremos a área que apresenta belas cidades típicas, como Yanque e Maca, igrejas coloniais, pessoas gentis com vestidos bordados típicos, centenas de terraços pré-inca ainda em uso com andinos em crescimento como milho, quinua, kiwicha, entre outros.
Após o almoço, retornaremos para Arequipa. No caminho paramos no ponto mais alto: o mirante dos vulcões e as montanhas cobertas de neve em Patapampa (4.800 m. - 15.000 pés). Mais tarde veremos vicunhas selvagens, alpacas e lhamas na reserva nacional de Pampa Cañahuas, algumas aves como flamingos, ibis, gansos andinos, patos, a águia andina "Kara Kara".
Retornaremos a Arequipa aproximadamente às 17h30.
- Café da manhã
- Guia profissional falante de inglês
- Transporte turístico compartilhado
- Embarque no hotel
- Taxas de entrada para o Cânion do Colca S/. 70,00 p/p
- Taxas de entrada para o Hot Spring S/. 15,00 p/p *opcional
- A confirmação será recebida durante a reserva
- Nome, número, validade e país do passaporte são necessários no momento da reserva para todos os participantes
- Não é recomendado para participantes com problemas de coração ou outras condições médicas sérias
this tour was okay. We were picked up at 3am and wasted over an hour picking other people up. the driver and guide were okay. We didnt really get to stay at the cross of the condor more than 45 minutes. the buffet was no good and cost 30 soles. it was extremely cramped and stuffy in that minivan but they did not turn on the AC. there are so many tours to colca canyon from arequipa. I would recommend just booking it through your hotel to save money only 60-70 soles for the same experience.
I would highly recommend visiting Colca Canyon and seeing the condors. If possible, however, I would recommend looking for a tour group other than this one. The guide does not really provide more than transport between the sites. He also tried to keep us on a pretty strict timeline. Unfortunately this meant we only had 40 minutes at the condor viewing point. Given that this was sort of the point of the trip, 40 minutes was very short. The guide also yelled at most of the tour group when we took longer than 40 minutes. After the condors we went to spend an hour at a hot springs. There was not really much to do at the hot springs and, given that we were only given 40 minutes at the condor viewing point, an hour seemed a little excessive to spend at the hotsprings. When we returned to Arequipa the bus driver just dropped us off in the middle of the city. Not that I minded the walk back to the hotel, but the description promises drop off at your hotel and it was sort of obnoxious overhearing the busdriver and the guide discussing how it would be a pain to drop each of us off at our hotels. . Again, however, the canyon and the condors were amazing and a sight I will never forget. Those are highly recommended just maybe with a different tour group.