Explore Arequipa, the second largest city in Peru, during four dreamy days. Visit its colonial style downtown and beautiful churches, as well as the pampas outside the city, creating amazing sceneries. Be amazed by the flight of the condor at the Colca Valley and admire the native camelids of the Andes.
Arequipa: Take a walk through the 'prohibited city' of Santa Catalina, visit the Jesuit church and enjoy the majestic views of the Misti Volcano.
Valle del Colca: Enjoy the elegance of the Condor gliding over the 4,000 meter deep valley and visit some of the ancient villages in the area.
The journey starts at the Main Square, next to the magnificent Arequipa´s Cathedral built during the XVII century. Santa Catalina Monastery, and ´Iglesia de la Compañía de Jesús´ (1590) visit. To end the day, visit the districts of Yanahuara and Carmen Alto, and have a panoramic view of Arequipa´s countryside.
Depart Arequipa, driving through Yura district en route to the Colca Valley. Lunch served in the picturesque town of Chivay and transfer to your selected hotel in the Colca Valley during the afternoon. Rest of the day free at leisure or you may visit the local thermal baths.
Take a deep breath and appreciate the vastness of the Colca Valley, which is one of the world's deepest canyons with a maximum depth of 4,160 meters. The thrill of the experience is enhanced by the natural spectacle of huge condors flying over the canyon. Descend to the valley floor to discover some of the rustic towns.
Transfer from your selected hotel to the airport. Assistance of a representative during the journey.
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