FISHING CUSCO – 3 Day / 2 Night tour to the Hot springs in Lares valley, Rainbow trout fishing in Chaullacocha lagoon, Ollantaytambo, and full Day MachuPicchu

Duration

3D/2N

Package Type

Adventure

Activity Level

Low

Price From
$600
  • Destination:
  • Duration:
    3D/2N
  • What included:
    Pre-information night beore of your adventure tour by your english speaking guide
    Pick up and drop off at your hotel in Cusco even from / to Sacred valley
    Complete spinning equipment (Quality: medium high)
    Private transport with Air-conditioned
    Professional spinning fishing guide (more than 10 years of experience in mountain and jungle fishing)
    Experience cook & cooking equipment
    Teatime everyday (Coffe tea, popcorn, biscuit)
    Tents (4 Capacity tent )2 persons per tent with plent of space
    Foam Sleeping mattress and very comfortable
    Meals: (Day1 Lunch and dinner ) ( Day2: Breakfast – Lunch & Dinner ) ( Day3:Breakfast only )
    Kitchen and dining tent with table and chairs
    Big Tank of Oxygen in case of emergency
    First aid kit
    1 Night of lodging in Ollantaytambo based on 3*** (Upgrade to 4**** previous inquiry)
    Round train tickets Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu , Cusco by Inca Rail
    Bus tickets Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu , Aguas Calientes
    Local Guide in Machu Picchu
    Incoming tickets to Machu Picchu
    English speaking guide “with many years of experience in Machu Picchu”
  • What is not included:
    Ticket for fishing in the lagoon (20 to 40 soles)
    Tourist ticket for the Pisac ruins and Ollantaytambo (it must be paid at the time)
    Entrances to Huayna Picchuh or Machu Picchu montaña (USD75 P.P)
    Travel insurance if something happens during your trip
    Tips to the guide and the staff
    Extra meals, no mentioned on our itinerary
    Extra snack
    Meals (Day1: Breakfast / Day3: Lunch & Dinner)
    Entrance to the thermal baths of the Lares Valley (15 soles)
    Hotel booking in Cusco
    Upgrade to Vistadome (Luxury train service USD125 per person R/T)
Definitely the exposure to traditional Andean culture! This is the way to experience what life is like in the mountains of Peru. This ADVENTURE tour will take you through several Andean villages where you will travel past traditional stone houses with thatched roofs, using some of the same paths that locals use every day. There is lots of opportunity to spot children tending herds of llamas and alpacas, and women in colorful dress spinning and weaving specially the Women from Chaullacocha take an opportunity to work on their weavings. Not only that, but for an even more immersive experience, you can opt to stay overnight with a local family! Many of our adventure tour options include a night in or near Chaullacocha, but instead of camping, you can choose a homestay instead! You’ll spend the night in the home of one of the villagers, in basic but comfortable conditions, and see first-hand the way people in the Andes live. Time permitting, the family may treat you to a weaving demonstration, some Andean music or even a chance to fish in the nearby lake! After all, Chaullacocha literally means “fish lake” in Quechua! Although the best time to this ACTVITY is considered to be the dry season (March through August), there are some considerable advantages in the wet season. First of all, the rain makes everything lush and green giving you a whole new perspective. Not only that but with most tourists coming during dry season, it’s possible to have a much more personal experience while adventures in the wet season. The trails are empty, and crowds will have thinned out at some of the popular tourist sites – even Machu Picchu! About our community Proyect: Our company are coming working in community development in the Lares Valley communities including Chaullacocha communty since 2009, supporting the local schools with a lot of suplies such as pencils, notebooks, school uniforms, toys, clothing and food, and as a result, we have a very close relationship with the people at every community, and many of them are part of our team, from porters to cooks to muleteers. Our company its a non-profit organization, we also works with the weavers of Chaullacocha, a highlight on the Lares comminites. We invite you see some our community proyect in this link and see how our company share some of our proffits. https://southadventureperutours.com/social-proyect/ Our travelers who takes many of our Lares Valley activities often get a chance to visit the school and the weaving association – this is a totally different experience than the average Lares valley acitity! This opportunity depends on timing – the school is not in session every day – so please tell us at the time of booking if visiting the weaving association or school is important to you! mostly between March to December which is school season.
Day 1 – Cusco and heading to the STATUE of Jesus or white Christ ( Cristo blanco ) Best viewpoints of Cusco and Sacred valley , Alpaca farm, Pisac, Calca , Lares (camping site high 3250m) (L&D)

Pick up from your hotel or upon your arrival to Cusco (Flight details: To be confirmed) our guide and representative will be waiting for you, holding a small board written your names and then, you will start with this lovely tour to the Sacred Valley (The Valley is located 500 meters lower than the Cusco City, allowing a better process for acclimatizing to the altitude) the ancient capital of the Inca empire. This mountainous region of Peru offers mystical awe-inspiring sights to discover. You will also stop at CRISTO BLANCO (White Crist ) with an special view of the Cusco city , After a brief of information you will continue with ther tour to the Sacred valley where you will enjoy the breathtaking mountainous region of Peru offers mystical awe-inspiring sights to discover..The tour includes the visits the small zoo of Cochahuasi where you can observe the flight of the CONDOR`S, Andean pumas, fox, deer’s, parrots, macaws and variety of animals and birds and then you will visit Awana Kancha or (Alpaca farm) an exhibition Centre of Textiles and South American Camelids. You will be shown the different methods of processing the alpaca fiber, from the animal to the final product. Alpaca Farm is a weaving center with the goal to keep alive the traditional textile arts. Here you can see four members of the camelid’s family – llama, alpacas, vicunas and guanacos.

The trip continues way up the Canyon that enters the Urubamba valley at Pisac. The citadel, at the entrance to this gorge, now in ruins, controlled a route, which connected the Inca Empire with Paucartambo, on the border of the eastern jungles. Set high above a valley floor patch – worked by patterned fields and rimmed by vast terracing, the stonework and panoramas at Pisaq’s Inca citadel are magnificent. Terraces, water ducts and steeps have been cut out of solid rock, and in the upper sector of the ruins, the main sun Temple is equal of anything at Machu Picchu. Above the temple lie still more ruins, mostly unexcavated, and among the higher crevices and rocky overhangs, several ancient burial sites are hidden. Afterwards, you will return walking around the mountain or you can just catch our private transport to explore the modern Pisac is a picturesque Andean village, typical except for the huge, spreading pisonay tree that dominates the central square. The village is best known for its Sunday market although now is open every day, which draws hundreds of tourists each week. In spite of its popularity, the market retains much of its local charm, at least in the part where villagers from miles around gather to barter and sell their products. In the tourist section of the market, you can buy wide variety of Handcrafts – mostly the same things you can see in Cusco. Pisac is a good place to buy the local ceramics including a huge and varied collection of hand-painted multi-colored beads. We continue to the highest point of this trip know HUACACASI (4450m), from here downhill to Lares valley (3250m), where we have time to enjoy the thermals baths. The hot springs pools with temperaturas range between 98.6° F, 100.4° F, 111.2° F, and a sizzling 118.4° F. The pools are warm, so soak with caution. The hot temperatures can sneak up on you, especially on warm days when the sun is shinning down at such a high altitude. Visiting on a cold and rainy day, actually help regulate the soaking experience. The water is full of rich minerals, resulting in the water having a brownish tint. The water is not dirty, just filled with healing properties. There is not a terrible sulfur smell, which is usually prevalent at most hot springs. With the healing benefits of these pools, your skin will feeling extra fresh. Here will have plenty of time to explore this ancient beautiful village of the town then, after our delicious lunch we will make the tents tents our selves where we will camp around the termal baths. On the way , we will be able to observe small Andean communities, spectacular mountain landscapes, herds of llamas and alpacas plus Campesinos (people of the local villages) in colorful costumes as is traditional with all villages around Lares major distric.(Lunch & Diner)

Day 2 – Hot Springs in Lares valley, visit some local people, enjoy the spectacular views, Huacahuasi community and arrival to Chaullacocha lagoon for fishing activity. Afternoon, transport ride to Ollantaytambo, spend the night here (B&L)

After our delicious breakfast,and aftern enjoyed the termal baths again we’ll leave early in the morning by our private transport straigh to Huaca Wasi community (high 3600m) where we’ll have a Little break to visit local families. This tour will take us through incredible views full of Andean flora and fauna, the Huacahuasi community and arrival at the Chaullacocha lagoon for sport fishing and teaching about their customs and experiences. Chaullacocha lagoon, will show us the beautiful view of the many lagoon and part of the Andes Mountains, fishing begins at the end of snack time when our guide will help you with the assemble your fishing gear, which will also help you catch more than one rainbow trout for a couple of hours. 12 pm arrives and we finish the day of sport fishing, we will visit the population of the Chaullacocha community to enjoy the local Andean cuisine along with their customs and experiences, at sunset transfer in our private vehicle to the Inca city Ollantaytambo where you will be dropped off at your hotel base don 3*** (Breakfast & Lunch)

Day 3 – Full Day tour to Machu Picchu, train ride to Aguas Calientes village, train ride back to Cusco (B)

A brief info about Machu Picchu wonder:

Machupicchu is a prodigy of the architecture of aesthetic recklessness and by the majestic and harmony of its forms, by the impeccable organization of its terraces, stairs, buildings, patios, and passages that are set up in this nest of condors, surrounded by mountains, between the mountain range and the forest like but the extraordinary constructive feat of the pre-Hispanic man.

Early in the morning, you will aboard the train bound for the majestic sanctuary of Machu Picchu, which since 2007 was considered a world wonder. During the tour you will appreciate the beauty of the valleys and the indigenous people of the area, the Vilcanota river and the sceneray ofthe cloud forest, and as soon as you arrive to Aguas calientes village our guide will pick you up for the bus up to Machu Picchu town, or better known as Aguas Calientes. Then we will take you on a tour bus for about half an hour to the sanctuary. After rigorous check the admission booth, begins our unique experience in life, we are facing this amazing world heritage monument. Our guide will start visiting the Inca complex, in the Temple of the Sun, where their main trade is observed, then the Intihuatana, the sacred rock group, the Temple of the Three Windows, the mausoleum, among other places of interest for tourists. This will give you free time to take photos, scroll on their own wherever your interests take you. In Machu Picchu town you can walk, go to places where they sell crafts, to the main square and others places. After the tour, you will have an average of a half hour to visit the Inca Citadel on your own and take pictures to remember after leaving the Citadel around 1:00 pm take the bus down to the town of Aguas Calientes and will arrive there you can find an excellent restaurant to eat something while waiting for the train to leave.Upon your arrival to the train station,we will transfer you to your hotel ( Breakfast only )

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