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Surrounded by mountains and the imposing snow of Humantay is located at 4000 meters above sea level. a beautiful lagoon which invites you to enjoy its crystal clear waters and the wonderful landscape that surrounds it. Join us in this adventure to the Laguna de Humantay!.

 

Itinerary

Our adventure starts very early between 3:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. with the respective pick-up from your accommodation in the city of Cusco to board our tourist bus, which will take us to the town of Mollepata on a trip with a duration of 02 hours approximately, passing before by beautiful and picturesque towns such as Poroy and Limatambo. In the town of Mollepata located at (2900 masl) we will have a delicious breakfast and then continue by bus to the village of Soraypampa with a height of (3900 meters above sea level), from this place we will start the hike in ascent for about an hour to the beautiful Laguna of Humantay from (4200 masl).

This place is excellent for taking pictures, enjoying the landscape and the crystalline color of the lagoon. In the afternoon we will return to the city of Cusco thus concluding the adventure .; After a time of visit and exploration of the place and the view of the Humantay mountain (5450msnm) in the chain of Vilcabamba in the Andes in the company of our guide who will explain us about this magnificent place, then we will start the way back to Soraypampa where we will explore the Salkantay road (6271 masl) and the view of this sacred mountain the second highest mountain in the Cusco region. Then we will take our delicious Buffet Lunch to later take our mobility to return to the city arriving in Cusco at 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, approximately.

 

What includes?

  • Transportation from Cusco at the beginning of the trek.
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch.
  • Professional Guide
  • Return transport from Soraypampa to Cusco.
  • Tour to La Laguna Humantay

Not Included:

  • Services not described

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