Nativa Inn

Calle Sucre No 604 , Chivay, Colca Canyon, Peru | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Chivay

Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by p_p


Today we started our journey at 5 am. We had a breakfast at the hotel and took our minibus to explore the Colca Valley and Canyon. Colca Canton is the deepest canyon in the world. We stopped in a few villages to appreciate the landscape filled with terraces and agriculture. It was quite pretty!!! We also witnessed a community event of Children dancing in ...

The Grander Canyon

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... a field; "can you see them Tash?!". Now, my short distance has failed me in the before; but not today. Residing in the field below was not a pat of flamingoes, but a load of pink bin bags billowing in the wind, like scarecrows. It felt like we'd fallen out of Bill and Ted's phone box when rolling through this town. Children haphazardly herded sheep across the dirt road. Crumbling houses protected by walls planted with cacti. It seemed the hen party weren't the only town ...

Condor? That looks like a giant turkey!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... active volcanoes, hence the puff of smoke rising from one of the peaks!)

After this, we arrived at Chivay, where we have a lovely buffet lunch, which featured lots of vegetarian options for me (hurrah!). After lunch, we did a hike to the terraced fields around the town and over the mini-canyon (70-80m deep), where we could see the cold-stores ("colcas") the Incas built into the side of the canyon to store grain and potatoes, which gave the canyon its ...

Cha Cha Chivay

A travel blog entry by cmitch257


We arrived in the small village of Chivay mid-afternoon and went straight to a Peruvian style buffet, before dropping our bags at the latest hotel. A local guide took us on a long walk around the village, showing us the market area and also the small favela, which had small children playing marbles in the street. It was a very run down area, however as has been the case throughout, the people have been very nice and welcoming. After dinner in the ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... to head off. Having walked around Chivay was not impressed
with hotel options and settled for a characterless new box, but clean big light
rooms with massive showers, comfy beds and flatscreen TV.

Tourist offices all shut, so tried tour agencies and posh
hotels to try and find out about paths to other villages – LP had suggested
walks but these seemed to be on roads not footpaths as far as I could gather –
Coporaque could be got to by colectivo but ...


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