Collahua Hotel

Av. Collahua s/n, cuadra 7, Yanque, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yanque

Colca Canyon Day 1 - Oasis & New friend

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jul 27, 2014

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... with volcanic rocks everywhere from previous eruptions. The bus went over a couple of high passes including the Mirador del Volcans at 4800m+. You can see an active volcano and there were a few snow-capped peaks including Ampato the 6200m mountain where Juanita the Ice Maiden was found. As we got closer to the upper canyon we realised just how huge the canyon was as it started to drop away rapidly and the bus took ever more dangerous turns with ...

Condors, Camping, Canyons, and Chocolate

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 14, 2014

58 photos

... down and recovered, we trekked along the bottom of the canyon for another hour to Llahuar, a little village with a lot to offer.

As we walked through the gates of the Llahuar, we realised to our smug delight that we were the first trekkers to reach here. Oh how we do love winning. Suddenly a voice brought us out of our daze. "Chocolate! Hola mi amor!" It was the owner of Llahuar Lodge, and she knew our puppy! That's when we learned that this was a dog of the ...

Hiking in the Colca Canyon

A travel blog entry by blake.tom on Jun 02, 2014

62 photos

... on our trip where we can see the chain of volcanoes including the active and smoking Hualcahualca, Sabancalla, and Ampato.

We arrive back in Arequipa at around 5pm and immediately head back to Bothy to repack our bags and get ready for our next adventure, a stay at the Majes River Lodge and a 25km white water rafting experience the following day. Our bus to the lodge left at 7pm that evening so we were tight on time and left as soon as we were ready. ...

The Grander Canyon

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on May 10, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... older and more spritely Peruvians ran down the steps in their battered sandals with five packed-up mules in tow. Caps off to these guys, who happily explained they raced up and down the valley every day with their mules who carried produce to the hostels in the depths of the canyon. Some slackers hire mules to journey back up the canyon, but in our eyes, if you're fit and healthy enough to get down, then you've got the legs to carry yourself back up. There's no need to park ...

Condor? That looks like a giant turkey!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 09, 2014

280 photos

... church and the handicraft stalls in the square. After this, we stopped at the Pinchollo Viewpoint, where we saw the Inca and pre-Inca terraces which are still in use today to grow quinoa (for sale) and alfalfa (for the animals). The views from here were simply stunning.

Next, we continued for another 40 minutes to Cruz del Condor (Condor Cross), where we were lucky enough to spot these massive birds flying around the steep canyon. The birds have a ...

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