Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2days
Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2days, Vinicunca, (5040m, 16535,43 feet); from high above, its geological formations reveal all their splendour, in a contrast with the blue sky forming a formidable barrier enters the coastal desert and the Amazonian jungle, imposing Vilcanota mountain range, counts almost as many glaciers as the White range, Located at the south of Cusco and dominated by AUSANGATE Mountain (6384m, 20944,88 feet), this moved back area always remained isolated from the external influences, Qesiuno, Chilca, knews to keep intact much customs and habits of the pre-colonial period, However, Rainbow Mountain Peru trekking 2days are very excited to be able to offer APPs travellers a hiking alternative that is second to none.
Why Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2days?
This trek will satisfy most demanding and will get unforgettable memories as sumptuous panoramas of high mountain, formidable glaciers and crystalline rivers, turquoise lakes, peaceful pastoral scenes of the herds of spangled and alpacas kept on by Andeans with multi-coloured clothing This new route, different of the beaten paths, is a true adventure through a nature preserved and wild, where the only meetings which you will make will be Ausangate, Vincunca, Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2days , Pucapunta (the red mountain) and small communities of Quechua-speaking Inca descendants that exploit the vast wide ones of Altiplano. The route achieves a circuit of scale, passing by collars located between 4710 and 5040 meters, then turn over to the small village, starting point of the circuit Qesiuno.
- Andes Path Peru. is considered by our customers to be the leading experts on a new and authentic experiences at a competitive prices and services. We always go the extra mile to provide you with the utmost satisfaction during your trips and we believe that the responsible tourism, is a better way to see and explore the world.”
- VINICUNCA, Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2days, is listed among the newest and on of the best attractions in the world. Definitely, unique hiking adventures that you will find in Peru.
- After Machu picchu is the second most popular and a lot less crowded With less people to make your own trip and have the best look on these magical and incredible mountains.
- The hike alongside the magnificent Snow mountain Ausangate and the arrival to Vinicunca is one of the best experiences and recently known to mankind.
- Native communities of Quechua-speaking Inca descendants that exploit the vast wide ones of Altiplano, snowcapped mountains, shepherds path, alpacas and maybe the andean condor.
When to visit Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2days :
- Best time: March-November
- Regular time: DECEMBER-JANUARY
- Intrepid time: February (according the weather)
Rainbow Mountain Peru Trekking 2Days Summary:
DAY2. AUSANGATE /VINICUNCA RAINBOW MOUNTAIN/ CUSCO.
DAY 1.- CUSCO/QESIUNO/ALQATARWI.
we leave Cusco early morning, adjust to its altitude by exploring through the Vilcanota Valley and small villages, colonial church, and its small inca site, a short drive from here takes us the beginning of the trek Qesiuno (4300m,14107,61 feet) , where we manned by Quechua-speaking Inca descendants, after a short break and a snack. Our hike continued through small lagoons and our lunch spot, from here we continue on to our camping and overnight in ALQATARWI (4600m, 15091,86). We set off to explore the area for a while
MEALS: SNACK, LUNCH & DINNER
ACCOM: CAMPING (WITH BASIC FACILITIES)- 01
DAY 2.- AUSANGATE RAINBOW MOUNTAIN PERU TREK/CUSCO.
This is the challenging day but the most rewarding of the hike, rise early on the final morning and see the sunrise, spend the day exploring this huge and new landscape. A 3hr hike takes us to the highest pass of the trek, Vinicunca, The Rainbow Mountain (approx 5100 masl), with imposing views over the AUSANGATE range, raising over the horizon, enjoy this magic and spiritual mountains just in front of you. a gift of the Pacha Mama (mother earth). From here our road easier hiking down, we head to Qesiuno then to Cusco
- BREAKFAST & LUNCH
To go on the Ausangate Rainbow mountain Peru 2d trek, you must be in good physical condition, and we recommend a preliminary 3 days acclimatization stage, for your body to react better during the trek, as we will be in hiking up to high passes at altitudes of about 5,100 meters, 16535,43 feet. and it also is important to drink plenty of Muña tea /or coca leaf tea.
FIXED DEPARTURES AVAILABLE
FIXED DEPARTURES DATES ON: Mondays, Wednesday and Saturday
MINIMUM PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED 4 PERSON.- Please consult our fixed departures available prior to booking. (we guarantee a group rate for min 4 ppl group.)
IF YOU ARE A GROUP OF 4 PERSON and your interested departure date is not indicated in our departures page then you can choose your departure date on: Mondays, Wednesday and Saturday.
IF YOUR INTERESTED departure date is not listed in our page we can open a new group departures and we will try to get 2 more person to validate a group rate. (WE RECOMMEND TO BOOK in advance so we will have the chance to build up a small group and the price will be a group rate.) If we don´t find other interested people we won´t cancel your trip though it will be offered in a private trip with an additional fee. (There are an extra fee for trips with only 2 participants and this trips is operated as a private tour with a private transportation).
Ausangate Rainbow Mountain Peru 2d trek
Note that everyone’s perception of “difficult” or “easy” is relative! ANDES PATH PERU had people complete a trek and say it was easy, while another persons on the very same trek found it to be one of the most challenging (yet rewarding) physical feats they’d ever accomplished. There are many factors that influence your perception, including your overall fitness level and your attitude about traveling and camping in a foreign country. The elevations at which our treks take place add a layer of difficulty in and of themselves.
Ausangate Rainbow Mountain Peru 2d Trek
ALTITUDE & ACCLIMATIZATION
The Altitude in this region affects different people in different ways, but common symptoms of altitude sickness include headache, nausea, loss of appetite, trouble with sleep, and lack of energy. To help prevent altitude sickness, we recommend you always remain well hydrated, gradually expose yourself to higher elevations, exercise moderately until altitude acclimatized, and get plenty of rest. Most importantly, we suggest that you arrive in Cusco at least 2 to 3 days prior, Because altitude issues are intricately tied to dehydration, once in Cusco you should increase your fluid intake as MUÑA tea (tastes like mint) or Coca tea, makes you feel better, limit alcoholic beverages, caffeine, and aspirin, which tend to dehydrate your system
ABOUT THE PAYMENT
In order to guarantee your reservation we need to receive via www.andespathperu.com “paypal” system, the 40% deposit of the total amount of your tour. The full balance will be due in cash upon arrival to Cusco.
1.Pre trek briefing
2.Collection from your hotel
3.Transport from Cusco to the trailhead at the beginning in our vehicle
4.Entrance fee to the park
5.English/Quechua/Spanish speaking professional guide (you will have an assistant guide for groups over 6 people).
6.Tents – 2 people in a 4 person tent which allows for greater comfort
7.inflatable mattress (Thermarest)
8.Cook and Cooking equipment
10.Meals: Day1. snack, lunch & Dinner; Day2. Breakfast, snack, Lunch. (optional vegetarian food). Our professional cooks prepare meals that incorporate elements of the western diet and also traditional Peruvian delicacies. (communicate with your guide/cook during the trek if you have a preference for certain types of dishes). Salads, if served, are washed in boiled water.
11.Horses (for equipment and personal items) including horsemen. They carry camping equipment, food and kitchen utensils. We provide duffel bags at your briefing for your personal items and sleeping bag (up to 7 kg/15lbs per person).
12.1 emergency horse which can be ridden if you are feeling ill or if are a little slower
13.Dining tent with camp tables and chairs & Kitchen tent for the cook to prepare meals
14.Tents for our staff to sleep in
15.First aid kit including emergency oxygen bottle
16.Private transport to your hotel at the end of the trip.
17.Lunch on the last day
1.Breakfast on the first morning.
2.Dinner on the last night.
3.Sleeping bags – If you haven’t got a sleeping bag or you don’t want the hassle of bringing one all the way to Peru with you, then we have sleeping bags for hire.
4.Tips for the guide, cook and porters
5.Additional horses for passengers luggage
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU PERSONAL
- Long sleeved shirts
- Walking pants
- Polar or thermal clothing
- Sweater and Warm jacket
- Thermal sleeping clothes.
- Hiking boots
- Waterproof pants and jacket
- Cotton pants.
- Wool gloves
- Wool socks for sleeping
- Hat or cap for the sun
- Sleeping Bag (If you don’t have one, please ask for assistance)
- Memory Cards
- Toiletries and first aid.
- lip balm
- Hiking poles
- Pocket knife
- Bottle or canteen
- Plastic bag to keep the battery, dirty or wet clothes
- Small backpack
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