With the Condor Chonta Canyon Tour you can appreciate and see the spectacular Condors in its natural habitat being a unique, fantastic and unforgettable experience
Full Day View of the Condor Chonta Canyon Tour
View of the Condor Chonta Canyon Tour – Chonta Canyon Peru is one of the best nature trips you can do in Cusco. Certainly, Chonta is located in the canyon of Apurimac River and the community of Chonta.
Nowadays, Chonta Canyon is an excellent place to see the flight of the Andean Condor, its name in Quechua is Kuntur. Above all, the Incas believed it was immortal– it represented the Hananpacha, the upper world of the sky and future. Likewise, the variety of flora and fauna that exists in the place is one of the deepest Canyons of Peru. Anyway, Chonta Canyon is one of the few places of Peru and in the world in which you can appreciate and see the spectacular Condors in its natural habitat being a unique, fantastic and unforgettable experience.
Cusco – Killarrumiyoc – Tarawasi – Chonta Canyon – Cusco
Firstly, the trip begins with your pick up in Cusco at 7 a.m. Then, we’ll continue in the direction of Limatambo. During the tour, we will visit two beautiful and interesting archaeological centers Killarrumiyoc and Tarawasi. Possibly, these were used as astronomical observatories by the Incas. Consequently, we will continue to the village of Limatambo where we will have lunch at a local restaurant.
Then, our adventure will has a panoramic view of the community of Chonta located at 3,400 masl, and the snowed mountain of Salkantay and Humantay. After that, walking for around an hour and a half gracefully, we will finally reach the viewpoint of “Huaco”. This is located on the right side of the canyon of Apurimac river at 3,350 masl.
So, from the viewpoint, we will have a spectacular view of the Apurimac Canyon. Also, we will have the opportunity to appreciate the impressive Andean Condor stream in its natural habitat. Certainly, the Condor is the giant flanking bird of prey in the world, considered a bird sacred by the Incas. Morevoer, with some luck, we can also observe some birds like Eagles, Hawks, White-tailed Deer.
After visiting and enjoying this beautiful trip, we will return to Cusco city, arriving around 8 pm.
CONDOR CHONTA CANYON TOUR INCLUDES:
- Professional English Speaking Tour Guide.
- Pickup and drop off from any hotel in Cusco
- All transportation.
- 1 Boxed Lunch
- Entrance Fees
- Tips for your crew.
- Any other service not mentioned.
Things to Bring
WHAT TO BRING:
- Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
- Warm jacket
- Comfortable Trekking Pants
- Sun hat
- Sunscreen (SPF 35+)
- Toiletries and hand sanitizer
- Personal medication
- Camera and film
Prices & Departure dates
Most importantly, Inkayni Peru Tours offers DAILY DEPARTURES, as long as we have a minimum of 2 hikers.
CONDOR CHONTA CANYON TOUR IS BASED IN NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN YOUR GROUP
|Number of Pax||Price per person US||Action|
|02 people||$ 169.00|
|03 people||$ 149.00|
|04 people||$ 129.00|
|05 people||$ 139.00|
|05 people||$ 119.00|
|06 people||$ 99.00|
|07 people||$ 99.00|
GROUP SIZE – Condor Chonta Canyon Tour:
Similarly, Small Groups anywhere between 2 – 8 people, to keep your experience unique and assure personalized attention.
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Why take this tour with us?
Inkayni Peru Tours is continually working to become one of the most responsible tour operators in Peru. We ideally try to keep our groups to a limit of 10 persons. Therefore, since we fully operate all of our treks, we have complete control over the quality of our service. Therefore, we want to make sure that you have a great experience on all our treks and tours.
Above all, it is also crucial that all the people involved in the operation of our services are treated and taken care of properly, and that the benefits brought by tourism are shared throughout the Peruvian communities.