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Excellent value for money
Enjoy fantastic aerial views
Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver
Close encounter with wildlife
Day 01: Cusco - Tinqui - Upis
This expedition starts early when we pick you up from your hotel or hostel. We will head towards the small village of Tinke for three hours. We will then hike three hours until reaching the hot springs at Upis (14,432 feet or 4,400 meters). We will set up camp here for the night.
Day 02: Upis - Lake Puka Q'ocha
We will start early this morning and trek to the Arapa pass (15,908 feet or 4,400 meters). We will continue for 3.5 hours into the valley, stopping by the green lake of Lake Jatun Puqa Q'ocha. We will stop here for lunch and then continue until Puqa Q'ocha, after we will set up camp for the night.
Day 03: Lake Puka Q'ocha - Qampa
We will start our ascent to the Palomani pass (17,056 feet or 5,200 meters), this is the highest point of the trek. We will continue to follow the train into the valley and the stop for a nice lunch. We will also enjoy the colorful views of Puca Punta. We will head towards the green valley of Pampa Jutunpata and to the Rio Q'ampa valley. We will spend the night close to the Sorococha Lagoon.
Day 04: Q'ampa - Pachhanta
We will start the day by heading north west to the last pass of the Q'ampa pass after passing through the community of Q'ampa (16,400 feet or 5,000 meters). We will get to see the breathtaking and colorful lakes. We will continue hiking for a couple of hours before arriving in the village of Pacchanta. After a relaxing break in the hot springs, we will enjoy a cold beer. We will also set up camp close and you will have the afternoon to explore on your own.
Day 05: Pacchanta - Cusco
We will start the three hour trek back to Tinke and we will explore the Andean village before returning to Cusco.
Professional Bilingual guides.
4 breakfast, 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners
4 nights Camping
Sleeping mattresses note (if you want hire a comfortable air mattresses it also can be hired from us)
Cook horseman mules (carry up to 5kg per person mules or porters (they just carry cooking stuff and camping equipment )
Double occupancy tents
First Aid kit
Vegetarian Option or special diet-Free available.
Mineral water (boiled water provided with food but you can buy it along the way)
Sleeping bag ( you can hire from us US$ 20)
Walking poles (you can hire from us US$ 20)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Original passport and copies (and Student card (ISIC) student card if applicable) green card if you are student
Travel Insurance card is essential
Hiking boots, Sandals or Flip Flops
Water proof jacket, Rain Poncho, T-shirts, Shorts pants, Comfortable trousers, Sun hat, Sun Block Sunglasses,Insect repellent 15 % of deet at least - no malaria risk reported, Toilet Paper, Personal Medication, flashlight (it is useful for early mornings), Plasters, Sandals, Bathing suit for hot springs in Santa Teresa and Aguas Calientes
Emergency money at least 200- 300 extra soles (USD$120)
Walking poles (with rubber tips). They can also be hired from us