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Colca Canyon

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Colca Canyon

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2 day 1 night trek / Colca Canyon
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Colca Canyon: 2 Day Tour from Arequipa
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Sillar Route in Arequipa and viewpoint of the Volcanoes
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Sillar Route in Arequipa and viewpoint of the Volcanoes

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The ashlar is the origin of the architecture of the White City and its tourist route is developed in the district of Cerro Colorado. In addition to the natural landscapes of the area, you can observe the process of extraction, styling and megatallado of the ashlar.<br><br>It has the necessary infrastructure and tourist services such as interpretation workshops, with the presence of sillar cutters; information panel areas; tourist signage; parking lot; Purchase of handicrafts in sillar and rest areas.<br><br>The sillar route is managed by the Sillar Cutters Network - Arequipa. It currently comprises a length of 2,000 meters, covering the quarries in operation of Añashuayco, Cortadores and the virgin quarry of Culebrillas.
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Annas wrote a review May 2020
Albany, Australia3 contributions5 helpful votes
The Colca Canyon is an incredible part of the world. We wanted to experience nature and culture without crowds of tourists so we hired a private guide for 4 days - Andres Calcina. Andres has good English and we planned the trip together by email, not really sure what to expect. We learnt that we could trust Andres! We were safe and comfortable in our private van with our excellent driver Joel. We had a magical time, Andres took us on hikes, we drove to isolated villages, stopped to photograph volcanoes and vicunas, saw a dozen condors with no-one else around, ate delicious meals and even went dancing together. Andres is so kind and knowledgeable, happy to answer questions and knows so many interesting places off the beaten track. Than you Andres, we are so lucky we met you.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Gary F wrote a review Mar. 2020
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This review should be a 5*. The Colca Canyon by motorcycle was fantastic. Abra Patapampa is one of the highest mountain passes in the world (elevation of 4.910m - 16,110ft) on the way to Chivay from Aqrequipa. It can be a risk for snow so plan to arrive early (we had 1 hour of snow because we arrived late from Puno). The road from Chivay-Huambo is amazing and well paved. The rest of the way to Majes is rough but very ride-able. The weather was sunny and mild. PeruMotors Motorcycle Arequipa rental experience was not good. I over paid $500 for the rental in error and it took over a month denials before they agreed to give anything but it was less than half back. Bike was good but I wouldn't trust them.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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GrahamP113 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Witham, United Kingdom1,335 contributions253 helpful votes
An incredible area to see the landscape and just how vast the area is. Obviously the big attractions are the Condors but you need to be there by 7.30 am as Condors fly early
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Alicehelena1208 wrote a review Jan. 2020
United Kingdom326 contributions96 helpful votes
Such an amazing location, there are plenty of viewing stops along the way to look down the canyon. The scale of the canyon is amazing and hard to get your head around. Further into the canyon there is a lovely viewing platform to watch to Condors early morning using thermal updrafts to float through the canyon.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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ScaniaSwede wrote a review Jan. 2020
Malmö, Sweden1,191 contributions129 helpful votes
We came here as part of our travel itinerary set up by our travel agent, and included was a coach journey with guide in Spanish and English where we drove in the canyon from Yanque to see the impressive condors. It was amazing to see them sailing above our heads in the sky. Regarding walking/trekking, I can’t comment as we on a coach trip, but it you do, I’m sure you need to be a very fit person on!!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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