Inkari Eco Lodge

Address: Calle Espinal S/n, Chivay, Colca Canyon, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Espinal S/n, Chivay.
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      Colca canyon trek

      A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Apr 01, 2015

      13 photos

      ... where we spent the night in a little bamboo lodge. The next morning we started walking at 5am in order to reach the top of the canyon before the sun was too strong. After 3/4 of the way up I was pretty pooped but Mr Motivator kept me moving upwards on the promise of bananas and peanut m&ms at the top! Beautiful views as the sun rose. Breakfast in nearby Cabanaconde, then a trip to some hot springs and the bus back to Arequipa stopping at a couple more viewpoints along the ...

      I saw two condors flying close to me!

      A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Feb 23, 2015

      8 photos

      ... the mist or even clouds, now, I could see the terraces along the mountain slopes where people made grow corn. The dark one, almost black. Funny to see it hanging, the leaves are black too.
      I met a young dog, shared a piece of bread and finally gave him the whole piece, he looked so skinny!
      Cruz del Condor! Ah, with this clear weather, so beautiful! The place is visited by tourist buses in the morning, but when ...

      Colca Canyon, Peru

      A travel blog entry by on Feb 11, 2015

      6 photos

      ... dinner we called it a day. Our guide woke us at 4.30am the next day to begin hiking by 5am. We climbed from the base of the canyon to the top in 2 hours. It was bloody tough, but some clever cookies hired mules to ride up. At the top we enjoyed a spectacular view of the canyon then headed into the nearby village for breakfast. We spent the rest of the day driving back to Arequipa where we arrived around 5pm. We made a few ...

      Views of another world

      A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Feb 02, 2015

      24 photos

      ... or three hundred locals, sheared and set free. The wool garnering top dollar which is split between the government and half it's value returned to the locals in the form of infrastructure enhancements, schools, roads, power lines etc. The terrain changes once again to Altiplano wetlands that attracts dozens of wild alpacas and lamas that feed and drink the crystal clear Andes mountains water. It really is a special spot, one veteran indigenous gal had set ...

      Hot time in Colca

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 09, 2015

      9 photos

      ... of the town and is quite attractive, lined by two banks, a church, and range of restaurants and small shops and tourist agencies. Leading off the square is a pedestrianised strip with a grid of small shop stalls to one side occupied by small traders selling traditional knitwear items, electrical goods and suchlike. Lining the pedestrian way was a set of columns top with quite cheeky styled plaster statues depicting figures in traditional dress.  Last night's enquiries ...

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