Pozo del Cielo

Address: Calle Huascar B-3 Sacsayhuaman, Chivay, Colca Canyon, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Huascar B-3 Sacsayhuaman, Chivay.
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      Hot time in Colca

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 09, 2015

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      ... 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 at ...


      A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Jan 06, 2015

      ... spring. There are many tourist in it and many shuttle vans hang out on the road. I decided not go there..hate tourist :) passed them...it started up hills...mostly of the time, end up walking toward to Yanque. stop at the plaza and had a lunch sandwich with ham and cheese. Rest for 20 minutes. I like that town is a unique and more reality belong culture.

      finally, go back to Chivay, 7km. That is worst along road all the way up hills. I turned the gear to light up ...

      Condors and canyon trekking in southern Peru

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Nov 26, 2014

      37 photos

      ... route that we wanted and said it was easy to find, so we shrugged our shoulders and decided to give it a try; we could always turn back if the trails were too hard to find or ask locals for directions. Early the next morning, we set off in search of Lluarha, which we had been advised to visit by another traveller as the hostel there had hot springs. Still trepidatious about the quality of our map, we reached the first marker, Mirador Achachiusa. We were happy we stopped ...

      Conquering Colca Canyon

      A travel blog entry by ambulantali on Nov 12, 2014

      73 photos

      ... with the names of each place. Note I’m not using the word hostel or hotel, because really it’s hard to describe what they are. There is no electricity or running water and the floors and walls are bare. We were offered a candle and box of matches for our room though, which was nice. We all jumped into the pool (partly to get clean) and partly to cool off, although the sun was gone down by the time we did, so it wasn’t the warmest. We had dinner ...

      Lets fly away...

      A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Oct 10, 2014

      17 photos

      ... after this we were at the canyon. The part which we stopped at and the reason for the early start, was to see the Condor birds glide around the canyon. With wing spans around 3m in length and being one of the heaviest birds in the world, it was good to see them up in air, albeit, for a short time. Due to their size they can only fly for short periods of time and this means that they use the thermal currents as much as possible. They are also ...