Salinas Lagoon Day Tour

Laguna de Salinas Tour

Salinas Lagoon is a salt lake located at 4300 MASL in the Arequipa Region, in South Peru and is part of the Aguada Blanca and Salinas National Reserve. This lagoon is considered one of the most beautiful landscape in Peru. As well as the beautiful scenery you will experience the local wildlife such as Vicuñas, Alpacas, Foxes and a selection of migratory birds including flamingos. Book  Salinas Lagoon Day Tour and enjoy Arequipa’s wildlife.

Salinas Lagoon day tour

Aguada Blanca and Salinas National Reserve Day Tour

Salinas Lagoon Tour Itinerary:

Salinas Lagoon Day Tour starts at 7:30 AM, at this time the tour guide will pick you up from the hotel in Arequipa city.  We will pass through Chiguata village, where we will watch pre Inca terraces and a colonial church. We will continue our trip to Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve, watching along the way queñuales forest, Pichupichu (5664 MASL) and Misti volcano (5822 MASL).

Arrive to Salinas Lagoon after 3 hours travelling by private car, we will admire the nature and wildlife: vizcachas, alpacas, vicuñas, andean ducks, hummingbirds and 3 kind of flamingos:

  • Phoenicopterus Chilensis (chilean flamingo)
  • Phoenicoparrus andinus  (andean flamingo – parihuana)
  • Phoenicoparrus jamesi (parina chica o chururu)

Salinas Lagoon day Tour includes trekking activities during dry season (june to december) we will walk from one to other side of the lagoon for getting  amazing pictures and wathing local people collecting  salt also known as borato. Picnic time (vegetarian option available under request)and return to Arequipa city. Arrive and transfer to the hotel at 5PM.

Salinas Lagoon Day Tour Includes:

  • Private Transportation
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Picnic Time
  • Drinks
What to Carry:
  • Hiking Shoes
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Jacket
  • Hat

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