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... sites before heading for the Gringo Trail: Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, the Inka Trail four day trek, Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, Colca Canyon, and Arequipa. We'll finish with a day in Lima, visiting Surquillo, Comas and other neighborhoods I lived in way back ...
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The Colca Canyon in Peru is the deepest in the world. Why this failed to alert me to the fact that trekking it would be more than a stroll in the park, I will never know. We chose the 3day/2night option, but it can also be done in 2days/1night by those ...
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... done in ancient times to worthy elders to try and get them as close to the gods as possible. Next we finally got to the famous Colca Canyon to go Condor watching. Condors nest all along the edge of the canyon and you sit above it so when the rise up ...
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... Yanque, minutes of their thermal waters, its central square and its beautiful colonial church; an strategic place to visit the Colca Canyon and engage in ecotourism and adventure activities. (Distance: 160km Arequipa, Chivay 8km, Cruz del condor 35km ).We ...Traveler Rating
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This is one of the deepest canyons in the world where the distance from the Colca riverbed to the top of the cliff is more than 13,100 feet.