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1. Santa Catalina Monastery - Arequipa

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Address: Santa Catalina 301, Arequipa 04001, Peru

Schedule: Closing soon: 5:00 PM

Telephone: +51 54 221213

Business type: Monastery

Santa Catalina Monastery: what do users think?
Gonzalo Bedoya: A labyrinthine walk at times, the colors surprised me, there are paintings from the Cusco school and frescoes in the galleries
Ad Nan: Der Eintritt ist mit 45 PEN für peruanische Verhältnisse übertrieben überteuert.
Carmen Alvarez: Visited on Weekend Wait time 1 hr+ Reservation recommended YesMore
Marilú Pinedo: Visited on WeekendMore
Rudy Wong: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended YesMore
Carlos Eduardo Mendoza Olivera: A beautiful and historical place in Arequipa
Lucio Ernesto Velarde Robles: Visited on Weekend Reservation recommended NoMore
Keen Torres Gallardo: Very attractive historical placeVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Elaine Rodrigues: Sensacional a história deste lugar, uma cidade dentro de outra, uma vida de clausura, somente visitando para conseguir entender.
Miguel Angel Alvarez: The Monastery keeps a part of the history of Arequipa from the viceregal era until the previous century, you can appreciate what the life of the religious women of that time was like. The buildings, paintings and objects are of high historical value, pride for the Arequipeños and Peruvians who have visited
Andrew Betts: Superbly preserved, and well explained in Spanish and English throughout. Took us 90 minutes, self guided. Huge.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Philip Attukadavil: A wonderful must see place in Arequipa. An ancient but elegant monument, worth visiting. One of my favorite places in Arequipa
Manuel Martin: Must visit if you are in Arequipa
Warthongful: It was going back in time with spectacular views
German Jesus Zapata: If or if take some time to visit this place.
JANNE POVIS: !! Y sacas buenas fotitos de recuerdo !!!(Translated by Google
Piero Alarcon: Spectacular!! As everyone says, if you go to Arequipa this is a point that you should go to anyway!
Ornella: Molto suggestivo. Un tuffo nel passato. Le guide sono dolcissime e vale assolutamente la pena fare un giro con loro.
Daniela Diazgranados Ortiz: Beautiful place full of stories and culture, the only bad thing was that a guide was not very friendly, so we decided to do the tour without a guide
Senna: A great way to spend a few hours of your day, and an absolute recommendation for Antigua. The monastery is very big, and there are signs in almost every room explaining the significance of certain tools/spaces in English and Spanish. I would say you won't necessarily need a tour if you search for the info signs.The colours are lovely, and it's just beautiful all around. Perfect place to learn some history.Only downside were the prices, they are quite high at 45PEN for an adult.

2. Hans and Roxes - Arequipa

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Address: Portal de la Municipalidad 130-110, Arequipa 04001, Peru

Schedule: Opens at 9:00 AM

Telephone: +51 957 713 496

Business type: Wedding photographer

Hans and Roxes: what do users think?
Michael Porter: If you’re looking for honest, kind, professional and talented photographers you’ve come to the right place. Hans & Roxes made our big day so special. We were so lucky to find them. They helped us organise everything from start to finish. The photographs were amazing, the communication was great and we really enjoyed their company too. We highly recommend Hans & Roxes
Hannah Castledine: Hans and Roxes were absolutely fantastic in every way. We can’t believe our luck of finding such talented, kind and professional photographers in this random country we chose to get married in. They were excellent since our very first contact and organised so much for us in addition to just the photography. We also loved spending our wedding day with them because they were so lovely and warm to be around. Don’t even bother shopping around for other photographers - these guys are the best in Peru. I can’t recommend strongly enough.
LUCY LUCY: Thanks so much for your input over my trip to Peru. Your presence and assistance along the way has made my Peru experience so special. I really fancied the pictures you took of me. When I look back at those pictures, I just realise that they brought out the most beautiful sides of me. Wish you a very happy new year ahead. Happy holidays!
Yennifer crystel Martínez Gómez de Barbaran: Excellent work, 100% recommended, quality of work, professional team and staff, excellent treatment, a lot of patience, quality of service.
Laura Lozada: Excellent service! The photos were incredible and they were very understanding and kind during the coordination and date changes due to the pandemic.
Claudia Patricia Bengoa Urizar: Hans and Roxes have a unique energy, from the first moment they give you the confidence to be yourself, have fun and have a good time. 🤩Thank you for the complicity and for being part of this unforgettable moment. 😍
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Carolina Sotomayor: We are really happy with the photos, the attention, the treatment, everything is excellent!!!They are a very good team!We are very happy!!
JM C: Positive:Professionalism,Quality,Responsiveness,ValueBest photographer in Peru!!!
alejandra valdivia: Positive:Professionalism,Quality,Responsiveness

3. MICHELL & CIA SA - Arequipa

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Address: Av. Juan de la Torre 101, Arequipa 04001, Peru

Schedule: Opens at 8:00 AM

Telephone: +51 54 202525

Business type: Art gallery

MICHELL & CIA SA: what do users think?
Johnny Correa: Very good their animals without confinement, a weavers' workshop from Cusco, very good discount prices for their products and the Michellina Kitten loves and mistress of everything.
Toon Peters: Best place to go outlet shopping for wool at discounted prices (from 40 to 70 sol per kg). Ask where the outlet is because it's hidden. They also have the factory shop for 1kg cones.This place is the biggest of cusco, Lima and arequipa.
Jonathan alfredo Cisneros navas: Excellent
Jesus Velasquez: Alpaca wool fabricsFrom Arequipa to the world
Isabel Rojas: Very nice attention in Sales and Tours. Excellent
Mel Bernal: Nice alpaca clothes also you can see the alpacas and lamas in the garden.
Yair Tintaya: Very nice and cozy place, but you have to be lucky to find the color of yarn that you want
Charles Alan Apaza Paricahua: We went to try to buy wool but there is no adequate stock and they do not give us information on when they will have it
Julieanna Rodríguez: Very interesting, only that when we went the girls who weave were not there, they should take turns but very interesting
MGabriela Fort: Excellent company and products
eduardo flores: good place, interesting for the place and for the museum
Jose Corrales: Excellent store to buy everything you want in alpaca garments.
Luis Vilca: cute alpacas and llamas
André López: Excellent, you can come and take pictures with the animals, see the process of the fabric, texture, colors and history
Jose Luis Patiño Soto: It was ok
Sumit Shrestha: Part of alpaca mundo. Alpacas were cute to watch
Diego Schultz: Good quality wool and at a good price. The attention was regular.
Ernesto Calmet: Excellent.
Zulma Haydee Paz Amable: Very good work, and very good prices
Roberto Masè: Interessante mundo alpaca

4. Chelawasi Public House - Arequipa

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Address: Campo Redondo 102, Arequipa 04001, Peru

Schedule: Open until 9:00 AM

Telephone: +51 972 597 200

Business type: Bar

Chelawasi Public House: what do users think?
WCDC: Low quality of care.
Ebert Gustavo Aponte Valdiviezo: Don't hesitate to go to Chelawasi. Casey, the owner, will treat you like family! They have a small menu of excellent food and an impressive variety of Peruvian craft beers, including Chelawasi on tap.Ideal place for novices or experts in good beer!
Your Dad: They do not answer their contact numbers, lousy service.
Rubén Rivera Jáuregui: Good craft beers, nice atmosphere
Elvira Alejandra Del Pauro Gonzales: Good attention
Sambo's Hostel: Good atmosphere, very good beers in the San Lazaro neighborhood, recommended
Petra Vřesová: Nice craft beer selection, but served unfortunately only in pint.
Jonathan Anderson: Firstly, there is good music and a decent selection of beers but the service and organisation are awful. Four of us went for food and drink and we were put on a table in the back next to a toilet. We only got given one menu for four people. They forgot about us so we had to go and ask them to take our order and were told we had to order at the bar which was not mentioned before. As this was a craft beer bar I asked for a beer menu and I was told they did not have one (in my way out the manager later said they did have one). Some are shown on the TV but there are dozens in the fridge . The roof leaks so there was lots of water on the floor and I nearly slipped and broke my leg. The women at the bar were not very friendly and serving people out of order. Bizarrely for a beer bar they do not offer flights/paddles or any different sizes of beer except a large. We decided to leave without buying any beer. Unfortunately a couple of us had already ordered food so took it to go. I would strongly recommend going to nearby Barbarian or Nowhere instead. Service is much better, you can get different sizes of beers and you can see clearly what is on offer.
Mariela Campos Portugal: Good craft beers but they didn't have all the ones offered on the menu
Anthony Edwards: Really nice bar with a couple nice beers. Very friendly and helpful
Susan Fuentes: Good music, I like the atmosphere and the variety of craft beers available. I ordered a snack and it was super tasty. The attention is also very good! Definitely recommended ✨
Yuki Orellana: Price quality in terms of beers is very good and recommended 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Jorge Alberto Ocaña Diaz: Good music, good snacks and excellent craft beer.
J. Ramiro Cuadros N.: Nice atmosphere, good service and very good drinks.
Annika Kortmann: Sehr nettes Personal. Eine umfangreiche Bierkarte. Wegen der vielen kleinen Nieschen ist für eine größere Reisegruppe hier jedoch kein Platz.
Ángel Flores: Excellent flavors of craft beer and the appetizers and food are delicious. Very improvable the attention of the staff that is very relaxed and not very attentive, the food takes time to come out of the kitchen. The place is good for casual meetings because it is small, many times there are not all the flavors of beer on the menu.
Patrick W: In this bar, I tried some of the most interesting beers in my life. The service team is very friendly and helpful. Prices are a little high, but the beers are worth it. It's definitely a must visit for beer lovers in Areqipa.
morgyn ross: Popped in for a couple of drinks. The place is a cool environment. We liked the posters on the wall and the atmosphere. The staff are very friendly and welcoming. They have a large selection of drinks which you will struggle to find elsewhere in Peru. This means the price is quite high. Average price for was around 20-22 SOL per drink. The Irish stout was tasty.
fernando zegarra: Very good
Yairza Curi: The wings were horrible and they gave us 7 native potatoes, the price is too expensive for the portion they offer

5. Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reservation - San Juan de Tarucani

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Address: Richardo Palma 20, Lima 15067, Peru

Business type: Nature preserve

Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reservation: what do users think?
Jesus Flores Delgado: Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Casa Lima Corp: beautifulWait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
Damaris Jhoanna Calcina Flores: There are no signs for tourists who go without a guide.
Alvaro González: super niceVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More
Flor: Visited on Weekend Wait time 30–60 min Reservation recommended NoMore
juvenal flores cuentas: Excellent place to visit and get out of the daily routine
Marco Mb dc zv: Beautiful placeVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Edwar Zapana Teves: It is a very good place near Arequipa to visit and you can also visit the Ubinas Volcano, 5 km from the Logén minivolcano
carla nina: Amazing place, beautifulVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More
Claudia Hancco: Arequipa
David CB: Totally worthWe went to Reserva nacional de salinas y aguada blanca as part of a tour to the Cañón del Colca. The views are impressive: volcanoes, llamas and vicuñas... breathtaking.Since we were doing a bus tour, we didn't really trek around the park, just small walks. But think about good trekking shoes if you're spending time there. And also, beware of the heights!
digma coata lipa: Chido
Denis David Mollapaza Choque: Beautiful place....Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
David Lovett: Dans un monde entouré de pragmatisme, nous oublions souvent la notion de beauté.Je crois personnellement que chacun d'entre nous est entouré d'une certaine beauté naturelle sans s'en rendre compte.Je crois simplement que nous devons pratiquer l'exercice constant d'observation et d'extraction des meilleures pensées de nous-mêmes et nous parviendrons à ce que l'on appelle la pratique intelligente :-) :-) :-)de sorte que beaucoup cesseront d'être de simples éléments de pratique pour quelqu'un, qui veut exactement ce qu'il veut que vous soyez, un peu comme ce mot qui a été créé aux U.S.A. à la fin du 19ème siècle Pragmatisme.libérez-vous des idées négatives et vous deviendrez plutôt comme ceci : devenez des découvreurs et des scientifiques de votre propre vie et de tout ce qui vous entoure.Je vous souhaite à tous un bon voyage dans votre découverte de vous-même. profitez de votre paysage :) :) : )In a world surrounded by pragmatism, we often forget the notion of beauty.I personally believe that each of us is surrounded by a certain natural beauty without realizing it.I simply believe that we must practice the constant exercise of observing and extracting the best thoughts from ourselves and we will achieve what is called intelligent practice :-) :-) :-)so that many will cease to be mere elements of practice for someone, that wants just as they want you to be, a little like that word that was created in the U.S.A. in the late 19th century Pragmatismfree yourself from negative ideas and you will become more like this: become discoverers and scientists of your own life and everything around you.I wish you all a good journey in your self-discovery. ....and enjoy your landscape :) :) : )
Antonio Valente: Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Rocio Rivasplata: A beautiful place located in the Arequipa Region, at an altitude of 4900 meters above sea level, beautiful landscapes, absolute nature, where silence is in! very low temperature, wear waterproof and warm clothing, drink muña coca tea, coca candies to avoid soroche.
Jenny Marcela Vega Herrera: It is an indescribable place, a must for those who visit Arequipa.You can hire a full day tour and there is no regret.
Lucas Flores Coaquira: National reserve, clearly a natural environment, greetings friends. 🦊🐾🐾🌈
Tom van Lamoen: Great stop en route between Arequipa and Colca Canyon.

6. ColcaTrek - Arequipa

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Address: C. Jerusalén 401B, Arequipa 04017, Peru

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Mon

Telephone: +51 54 206217

Business type: Tour agency

ColcaTrek: what do users think?
Katherine d'Elloy: We had a great time discovering the Colca Valley with Vlado. He has so many stories, an immense cultural background and took us to absolutely breathtaking non touristic places. Go and book that tour it is so worth it. The Colca Valley and its surroundings are an absolute must do when in Arequipa.
Nicolò Piccione: L'esperienza con Colca Trek è stata indimenticabile! La nostra guida Vladi era preparatissimo e il nostro driver Michi super simpatico e anche un ottimo fotografo per le foto ricordo. Ricorderò sempre il baile del condor che ci hanno insegnato.Sono stati giorni stupendi, abbiamo visto panorami unici, che toglievano il fiato, e imparato moltissime cose: tour consigliatissimo!
EDGARD BELTRAN: Good attentionWith experience in tourism
Luuk Deen: Vlado is the best guide. Thinks about everything and makes you feel extremely comfortable
FC 1960: Excellent service
Lotte VDE: Our 3 day visit to the Colca canyon was just what we wanted: in a group of 6 people with Patty, our very kind and professional guide and Erly, our very kind and safe driver. Golden duo, it was very nice to travel with this agency! We were able to visit the Colca canyon in very calm and charming way, with avoiding the big crowds (e.g. we were alone at Cruz del Condor). Last but definetely not least, we had the opportunity to sleep in the amazing Colca Trek Lodge. Highly recommend!
Helber Paredes Tairo: I went to the Cotahuasi canyon, not the Coloca
Simon Cuerden: I did the two-day Colca Canyon tour. The tour was undoubtedly good but it was not great.Firstly, the staff were definitely amiable although the information I was given beforehand did not adequately prepare me for the trip.I was specifically told to bring insect repellent. I have no idea why. This was completely unnecessary because I never had to use it. Secondly, nobody bothered to give me the most important piece of advice: bring warm clothes! Nobody in my small group had done so either. In fact, a group member told me that before the tour she had explicitly asked if she should bring warm clothes and was advised it was unnecessary. I was freezing cold at night. This annoyed me because I had warm clothes – back in Arequipa! Yes, it may be hot during the day, but the temperature drops dramatically at night. Nobody bothered to tell me this.I was expecting a lot more information on the tour but didn’t receive very much. If I contrast this to my Sacred Valley tour near Cusco, we were constantly informed.The first part of the trip involved an off-road visit to some striking rock formations. Our guide took us on a short walk. However, we got to a point where we were at the bottom of a short but steep incline. It was tough to scramble up and felt dangerous. If I’d fallen, I could have hurt myself. I thought this was an unnecessary risk.The walks we did were pleasant but were nothing extraordinary. One involved stopping on the road and walking alongside observing local wildlife – but we were walking along the side of the road! I had expected something a little more uplifting than this.When we arrived at our hotel, it was pleasant but very cold. This could have easily been avoided if someone had told us to bring warm clothes! (Yes, I know I’m harping on about this, but this issue would have been so easy to avoid.) We went for an early evening walk nearby. It was okay, but I wasn’t too impressed at the amount of garbage on the footpath. It was pretty depressing to see. Once we got to the edge of the canyon, our guide asked if we wanted to proceed further. But we were all so cold that we asked to turn back.On the second day, we went on a bicycle ride. Most of it was downhill so it didn’t require much effort. The views were lovely, and this was fun. This was an enjoyable excursion.The food at the lodge was decent and basic – but it wasn’t exceptional. By the way, the lodge doesn’t have internet. Although my cellphone provider, Claro, had an excellent signal, it would have been nice to know about the lack of internet in advance. After all, for better or worse we live in a connected world – and it would have been better to have known this beforehand.The van we travelled in was comfortable enough, but the door rattled slightly. This made for quite a noisy journey. I know this may seem trivial, but for a long trip, it matters. The constant juddering was a bit jarring.We were asked to complete a questionnaire at the end of the trip. This is always a good idea, but for a questionnaire to accurately reflect people's opinions, it’s much better to give guests the privacy to complete it. Then you are more likely to receive an accurate reflection of what they think. Why so? Well, some people are happy to discuss things in person while others are more non-confrontational and prefer to privately give their thoughts on paper. This was not possible, as our guide was hovering over us the entire time and immediately read the questionnaires after they had been completed.As I said, this tour was certainly good but not great. Judging by how much this cost compared to other tours, in my heart I cannot really recommend it.
Tim Peelen: Perfect information provided about hiking in the region by vlado. Most kind and helpfull person you will ever find :)
Robert de Vos: We did the 2 day/1 night Colca Trek and it was great! We were picked up early in the morning at our hostel by a private bus from Colca Trek. Here we met our tourguide Savino and our driver Michi. These two really made our trip even more special because they were so much fun together! Very high knowledge level and always time for some jokes (often at expense of each other :) ). The first day you drive towards Colca Canyon and make multible stops on the way to look at nice places, nature and animals. At the end of day one you arrrive in their beautiful lodge with a magnificent view of the canyon. There is a nice fireplace where you can have a drink and relax. The second day you have a walk along the canyon towards the viewpont of the Condors, also beautiful (we saw 3!). After this you have a bikeride down and enjoy the magical scenery. All in all a great experience, Savino and Michi thank you!
Martin Gonzalez Ramirez: Had a great experience climbing the Misti with Johan Zarate. I have climbed a few similar-profile mountains and he's the best guide I've encountered so far. Without his support and management, both mentally and physically (setting the right pace), our group wouldn't have made it to the top. Very glad we climbed with him and thanks to Colca Trek for organising it at such short notice (36 hours).
yanet bellido: 🤬
Debora Martins: Disappointed with the food served.
Gard Hulzen, Van: Mooi maar niet heel bijzonder omdat je door steile wandelingen niet erg ver komt in twee of drie dagen . In drie dagen. Is de trip goed te doen, in twee dagen doe ik of dag 1 veel.
Christian W.: We made a tour to the Colca Canyon and we loved it. We was never be a part of the crowd and could see each stop with a good explanation of the guide. The night in the lodge was very comfortable with an amazing view. And of cause, our group was first to see the condors.
angelica c: Bit hard, accommodations in the oasis were very simple
Angéline Berthet: We had a wonderful trip with Mihail Soto alias Michi, a human person who did everything to make us stay the best trip ever away from others tourists.Thanks a lot colca trek and Michi to organise our trip of fantastic 4 days
Thiago Moulin: The Colca Canyon is a great place to see, but I would not recommend doing a tour. Rather, it seems to me that it is a better value to rent a car, drive around there and stay in a nice hotel (such as the Colca Lodge with hot springs).I will start from the beginning: If you plan do book this online know that they do not have any system implemented and everything is done over email (more prone to mistakes too). You have then to wire $100 to them to make sure you have a spot. This was more complicated than it seems with my bank and there was a $20 fee involved. Colca Trek made an exception and I transferred them the money over Western Union, which saved me such fee. Still, very cumbersome process.I booked the 2 day tour. Initially, it was advertised that we would be picked up from our hotel and that we would go to hot springs at the end of the second day. About a month prior we received an email stating that they would not be able to pick us up, rather, we would have to go to their store to get the van. About 15 days prior to the tour we get another email stating that the hot springs are too crowded and that we would do a hike instead. It surprises me that being in this business for so long they could not anticipate how the hot springs would be and not falsely advertise such a feature in their tour.Very well, we go on our tour. First thing to know is that the Colca Valley/Canyon is a 3h drive from Arequipa. Add in the stops to pee, have lunch, see animals (llama, vicuña, etc) and some rock formations and you've spent pretty much all of your first day with very, VERY skippable things. After dropping our stuff off at the nice hotel they have there, we go on a short hike down to where the Valley narrows down into the Canyon and watch the sunset. This was great, but lasted 30 min, maybe less.The second day starts early. We go to the Cruz del Condor and arrive there around 7:30. No condors in sight but it was quite nice seeing the beautiful canyon with no tourists around. We go to our downhill bike experience. This lasted 30 min max, which was such a shame. Instead of touring down slowly and appreciating the vistas, our tour guide rushed the way down. Given that we were instructed to stay together and follow him, we all finished this activity so much faster than it should have been. The views are incredible. The valley and the ancient terraces are wonderful. Unfortunately we were not able to enjoy it as much as we could. We then head back to the Cruz del Condor, around 9:00 and this time we see so many condors. It is now packed with tourists too.To end the day we go on a pretty mediocre hike to a lake. Why we didn't use this time to see more of the canyon/valley is beyond me. We then go back to the hotel, have lunch and then head back to Arequipa.Now here's why I think you should go to the canyon but not do a tour: the best thing about the Colca, by far, is its geography and the terracing. The condor watching is also another highlight. None of this requires any knowledge. There's no hidden gems. It's right there. If you drive around, stopping at the miradores that you think are nice you'll have a much better, unique and exclusive experience, not having to share it with a 16 people tour. Our tour guide, Sabino, was a nice guy, but the information he offered is not worth the price you pay - in money terms (US$190/person) but also in having to pace yourself with the other 16 people, never really having solitude in a place that kinda requires quiet admiration, etc. Also, the food we ate was ok (I think it's almost impossible to eat bad food in Peru) and the hotel is nice, but, again, not worth $190/person.If you are a couple, and decide to rent a car and stay in the Colca Lodge, for example, you'll spend less, stay in a much nicer hotel, spend as much time as you want admiring the canyon and can then use the savings to buy a good book on the history of the Colca ;-) .
Patrick Dec: Wir hatten eine unvergessliche Zeit während unserer 2-tägigen Tour mit Colca Trek. Alles war von Anfang bis Ende super geplant und organisiert. Auch auf einen kurzfristigen Streik in Arequipa wurde bestens mit einer Alternativroute zum Colca Tal reagiert. Unser Guide war extrem freundlich und hat uns unglaublich viele interessante Sachen zum Tal, der Natur, den Menschen und den Tieren erklärt. Der Fahrer war ebenfalls absolut klasse und hat uns sicher und zuverlässig von Ort zu Ort gefahren. Die Übernachtung in der Colca Lodge war auch ein super Erlebnis, die Leute alle sehr nett und das Essen war extrem lecker! Wir würden sofort wieder über Colca Trekk buchen, die Tour war ein absolutes Highlight unserer gesamten Peru-Reise!
Guillermo Caballero: An unforgettable experience, descending into the depths of the Colca and feeling the micro climates is fabulous, the richness of the valley, the use of pre-Inca platforms and the landscapes make this trek something fabulous.
Imke Schoppink: We had an amazing tour with Colca Trek to the Colca Canyon. At first we wanted to do a tour where we would hike more but we're glad that we didn't because the altitude hit us harder then expected. In stead of walking we biked a lot which was a very nice alternative. With the tour we drove to a beautifull lodge with a lot of stops on the way to watch wildlife and nature scenes. The lodge is wonderfull with an amazing view over the mountains and very nice staff. It gets super cold at night and they put warm water bottles in our kingsize bed.The absolute best thing about out trek was our guide Sabino. He was born in the canyon and gives a lot of interesting information about the flora and fauna in the region. He is very friendly and helpfull and takes very good care of the people in his group, especially if you suffer from altitude sickness. He also taught us how to make amazing pisco sours.And he makes sure you get to see Condors!

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