Colca Canyon Tours takes you to discover one of the most important highlights in Peru Andes: the Colca Canyon, travelers have different trips options and Trekking activities for having a nice time in the second deepest canyon in the world.
✅The Colca Canyon From Arequipa or Puno
Colca is more than accessible and the highlight of visitors trip to Arequipa. Colca Tours takes you to discover one of the most famous natural wonders.
Private Colca Canyon tours Arequipa includes hiking activities and the visit to view points non visited by the tourist mass.
A journey to the Colca Valley usually takes about 3 hours by tourist bus, across the high Andean plateau, reaching a high point of 4800 meters at the “Mirador de los Volcanes,” which offers fine views of several volcanoes that soar to more than 6,000 meters.
✅Colca Canyon Tours 2019:
Enjoy our 2 two day/one night or three 3 day/two night trip with our different tour to the Kolca Canyon, in private transport and english speaking guide or shared service, visiting: National Reserves, south american camels, (lamas, alpacas, vicugnas) and natural viewpoints.
Enjoy our trekking activities inside the canyon with our customized tour itineraries for discovering the Colca Valley and canyon.
Tour private and shared tour service:
- One Day Tour
- 2 Day/1 Night Tour
- 3 Day Tour Cabanaconde
- Colca Canyon Trekking
Colca trekking tours are specially designed for adventure travellers who want to go to the extra mile.
The Colca Trek paths have been used since the pre-inca period and are still used today by the local population. In the trekking 2, 3 or 4 days inside the Colca Canyon.
✅Why to visit the Colca Canyon?
Because the Colca is the world’s second deepest canyon in the world, a smidgeon shallower than near neighbor, the Cotahuasi, and twice as deep as the more famous Grand Canyon in the United States. Colca Canyon is replete with history, culture, ruins, tradition and customs.
✅Colca Canyon Altitude Sickness:
Here are some things you can do to prevent yourself from getting altitude sickness
Gradual acclimatization to altitude is important if you are traveling to high altitude areas Symptoms of “soroche” can include fatigue, headache, loss of appetite, difficulty breathing and insomnia
The mountain sickness can progress to high altitude pulmonary edema or high altitude cerebral edema, both of which constitute life-threatening medical emergencies
Take time to rest much more than usual
Avoid alcohol and smoking and eat lightly
Make sure you are drinking enough water
Coca leaves (tea and chewing) are good for helping you to adapt