Hike to Humantay Lake in Peru
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Hike to Humantay Lake in Peru

Hike to Humantay Lake in Peru

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Stop At: Humantay Lake, Cusco, Cusco Region

Humantay Lake in perú, We will go through their respective hotel to pick them up between 3:45 and 4:15 a.m. and then travel by private transport to the town of Mollepata located in the lush valley of the Apurímac River. After a well-deserved breakfast to fill with energy we will continue our trip to Soraypampa (3900msnm) after a short break, we will begin our trek to Humantay Lake located at 4200mt 13779 feet, after the ascent of 1 hour and 30 minutes we will be able to appreciate such a wonderful place and we will return to our camp to have our lunch with beautiful panoramic views of the snowy peaks and later they will be transferred to our city of cusco

Duration: 8 hours

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Included
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • transport to/from Soraypampa
  • Professional tour guide speakin English/Spanish
  • First aid kit
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Entry/Admission - Humantay Lake
Not included
  • Horses
  • Dinner
  • Tips for the guide
Additional
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Recommended: Poncho/raincoat, Warm clothes, A bottle of water, Strong walking shoes/tennis shoes, Sunscreen, Camera and Cash (soles)
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
Features
Sport
65% Adrenaline
20% Original
20% Cultural
20%
Reviews
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Kirbee A
2 | 2018-05-15

The hike was really lovely. The drive up could be considered scary but was great to access something off the beaten path. I would recommend going to Humantay Lake, but I would not recommend using this company. We were picked up by a taxi at 5 am and then dropped off at a gas station. A few minutes later, the bus full of other tourists came along and picked this up. This did not seem normal, and I was questioning the safety of this, so if this is how the pickup normally happens, there needs to be better communication from the company in advance. We booked an English-speaking tour, but we were among only 5 in our nearly 20-person group who spoke English. The guide spoke only basic English, so while things were explained in detail to the group in Spanish, the English explanation was brief if it happened at all. For example, the 15-minute Spanish explanation of the local surroundings at the end of the hike was boiled down to a 6 minute English explanation I timed it after noticing the pattern. We ate breakfast and lunch at the same location, and the food was fine. The most important thing was that we made it to the mountain and did the hike, and that happened. Just don't expect much from the actual tour guide if you have the same one we did.

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Christine W
5 | 2018-03-09

Once there, it was amazing and worth it.Landslide on way added 3hr delay and almost canceled trip. Renting horses was the best choice as it was a steep climb and we had not yet adjusted to the altitude. It is a long drive on winding dirt roads.We got to-go bfast to save lost time. Dinner was good.

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