Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Activity: Nature / Adventure
Season: May / October
Altitude Between: 3,100 / 5,175 m.
Starting Point: Tinqui
Day 1 Cuzco / Urcos / Ocongate / C.P. Tinke (Lodging)
After breakfast we leave by bus, towards the south east side of the city of Cuzco towards the town center of Tinke district of Ocongate and Quispicanchi Province, (4/5 hrs) passing through beautiful and picturesque villages, it has a very cold climate With a height of 3,800 m we will spend the night in a lodging.
Day 2 Tinke / Upis
This day we will start walking on a very marked path, which leads us to the first camp called Upis (4 hrs Approx.) Height 4,435 m There is not much slope on the way, there are hot springs.
Day 3 Upis / Arapa Pass / Pucacocha Tuna Lagoon
After breakfast, we will start walking and climb the Arapa pass 4,757 m (4/5 hrs) to the field; height 4,585 m on the way there are shepherds who raise Alpacas and we will camp on the shores of Lake Pucacocha that are very close to the mountain.
Day 4 Lag. Pucacocha / Palomani Pass / Chilcapinaya
We will leave very early because this day is a bit heavier than the others, we will walk (4/5 hrs) and we must go down and climb to the highest pass of this Palomani trek 5,165 m later we will go down to the chilcapinaya camp height 4,200 m
Day 5 Chilcapinaya / Paso Campa / Lag. Ninaparayoc
We will start walking through the valley of Jampa inhabited by the shepherds and their herds of alpacas and sheep, then we will continue on a slope until we reach the Campa 5,068 m pass and we will go down to the Ninaparayoc lagoon camp (5/6 hrs) Height 4,656 m
Day 6 Lag. Ninaparayoc / Pacchanta (hot springs)
We will leave after breakfast and almost completing the trek circuit we will arrive at a very small town Pacchanta, where there are hot springs to take a bath, (3/4 hrs) Height 4,400 m
Day 7 Pacchanta / Tinke / Cusco
We will pass through the increasingly inhabited valleys along the river until we reach Tinke (3/4 hrs) Return by bus to Cuzco.
# Trekking Guide
# Cook (1), Arrieros (2)
# Tourist transport to the starting point for walking
# Food during the expedition (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
# Camping equipment (tent for sleeping, dining room, kitchen and bathroom)
# Logistic Kitchen Equipment (kitchen utensils)
# Donkeys for transporting luggage and food
# Emergency Horse (1)
# Entrance tickets (community)
# First aid kit
# Communication radio
# Personalized assistance
What does not include?
# Personal clothing for Trekking
# Personal mountain technical team
# Extra food and drinks in the cities
# Taxes inside the Airport
# Travel Insurance
# Sleeping bag
# Tips (driver, guide, cook, muleteer)
What do i need to bring?
Bring clothes for the day (heat) and for the night (cold), sunscreen, sunglasses, repellent, bath clothes, personal hygiene kit, walking shoes, camera, waterproof jacket, water bottle, bag sleeping, mat, small backpack, front (flashlight-light)