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Peru: Trekking in the Carabaya

From $5,595

  • Enjoy high-altitude trekking in a wild Andean dreamscape with veteran MTS mountain guide Sergio Fitch-Watkins
  • Visit remote island villages on sublime Lake Titicaca at 12,500'
  • Explore the ruins of Sillustani and other Inca sites, we well as Andean villages of the altiplano

Longtime MTS mountain guide Sergio Fitch-Watkins will be guiding this "Follow the Leader" trip. After 30-plus years of guiding for us in the Andes and worldwide, he’s still enchanted by the legendary Carabaya. Rising just north of Lake Titicaca and merging into the dramatic Cordillera Vilcanota, the Carabaya is an Andean dreamscape of golden pampas, turquoise lakes, and large herds of llamas and alpacas, all framed by a spectacular backdrop of knife-edged, 18,000-foot ice peaks.

While the Carabaya is incredibly scenic, it’s still far enough off the beaten path to be rarely frequented by mountaineers and trekkers. With Sergio, you’ll hike for 10 high-altitude days, crossing passes with panoramas of the Andean ice cap and a sea of glaciated peaks, meeting traditional Quechua herders, and appreciating that there are still such wild, wild places in the world.

“I like remote places and I love the Andes,” says Sergio. “And the Carabaya is about as wild and remote as it gets. There are huge valleys that run south to north through the cordillera, filled with herds of vicunas and locals who have never seen outsiders. Back in the ’80s, this was considered the best trip in the catalog. I think it still is!”
 

Day 1: Lima - Arequipa

Arrive in Lima early in the morning. You will be met by a Mountain Travel Sobek representative and escorted to your connecting flight to Arequipa. Upon arrival in Arequipa, you will be met and enjoy a tour of the city, often considered the most beautiful in Peru because of its elegant colonial architecture and striking setting. It was badly damaged in the June 2001 earthquake, but the cathedral, which lost one of its two turrets, has been successfully rebuilt, as well as some of the older buildings made of white volcanic rock—sillar—which has given it the name of the “white city.” The main commercial center for the southern part of the country, Arequipa is dominated by the imposing peak called El Misti, a perfect, cone-shaped volcano topping 19,000 feet. Our tour includes a visit to the Santa Catalina Convent, a 400-year-old walled compound that was first opened to public view in 1970. Set in the middle of the city, it is a huge structure that once served as a town within itself, housing 450 nuns in total seclusion. Will continue to Colca Valley, we leave Arequipa with a view of the Chachani Volcano 19,931 feet one of the 3 most important volcanoes in Arequipa. The road winds slowly through Yura, a small settlement where the quarries of volcanic rock are found. We reach a plateau and arrive at Pampa Cañahuas. From here you can appreciate the Misti Volcano from the north east. We continue our journey past a crossroads with view of Sabancaya Volcano, recently active, and the Ampato where famous ice-maiden, Juanita, was discovered a decade ago. We will appreciate some Andean birds and with are lucky, small herds of vicuña, a wild camelid, relatives of llamas and alpacas. We arrive to Patapampa Pass 16,076 feet, from where you can take some pictures of the Chila Range and from there we descend to Chivay and transfer to your hotel.

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Colca Lodge

Day 2: Colca - Cruz del Condor - Coporaque

Early in the morning visit Cruz del Condor (Condor Cross), an observation point from where we will view these impressive symbols of the Andes as well as a stunning panorama of Colca Canyon, one of the deepest in the world at 9,800 feet. This observation occurs early in the morning as the birds leave their overnight roosts, rising high into the sky on the strong thermal currents which blow up the canyon. After this spectacle we will visit the villages of Pinchollo, Maca, Achoma, and Yanque on the way back to our hotel. After lunch we will be transferred to Coporaque village, the starting point for a 2-hour hike traversing terraces and trails from pre Inca cultures, eventually reaching the archaeological site of Uyo Uyo. Return to our hotel in the late afternoon (hike about 2 hours).

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Colca Lodge

Day 3: Colca, Sillustani - Puno, Lake Titicaca

Transfer by private vehicle to the city of Puno, set on the shores of Lake Titicaca. En route to Puno we will pass through the stone forest of Imata while following along the Aguada Blanca River Canyon and then stop at the Lagunillas where it is possible to see flamingos and the Andean caracara. We will stop to visit the ruins of Sillustani, set in a beautiful location on a barren, windswept peninsula jutting out into Lake Umayo, about 15 miles from Puno. Here we’ll see chullpas (pre-Columbian funeral towers) that date from the time of the Colla occupation of this region, around the 12th century. These towers were built by and for people of the Aymara-speaking Colla tribe. Sillustani’s stone architecture is complex and different in many ways from Inca stonework. We continue on to Puno, where we’ll check into our hotel, located on a peninsula in Lake Titicaca and linked to the mainland by a causeway. The entire Lake Titicaca region is inhabited by Quechua- and Aymaras-speaking Indians whose way of life has remained little changed over the centuries, as we’ll see when we visit this beautiful lake tomorrow. (7 hrs. drive, with stops, about 1 to 2 hours hike). 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Libertador Puno

Day 4: Uros and Taquile Islands

After breakfast at the hotel, we make an early departure by boat from Puno to the island of Taquile, stopping en route to visit the floating islands of the Uros Indians, who are famous for their totora reed rafts. On Taquile, we’ll find a community of weavers and spinners who live in a Mediterranean-like setting on this highest navigable lake in the world (elevation is about 12,500 feet). As you land on the island, you’ll think you’re in old Greece: extensive terracing with fava beans, grains, potatoes; women with black veils covering their heads; and brilliant blue waters surrounding you as far as the eye can see. From the island you can also see the impressive Cordillera Real (a high snowcapped mountain range) on the Bolivian side. The island has become famous through guidebooks that hail its weavers as the best in Peru, and a traditional, finely woven wide waistband with calendar symbols is still used and sold. Boat ride back to Puno where we'll overnight at the same hotel. (hiking: 2 to 3 hours in Taquile)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Libertador Puno

Day 5: Puno - Comercocha

Leaving from Puno we take the detour to Azangaro and Macusani, a nice paved road which is part of the Interoceanic Highway joining the Brazilian Atlantic with Peru´s Pacific coast. Passing Macusani, a short dirt road will take us to the village of Corani a small community of farmers turned miners. The road winds its way north and west, getting the first views of the cordillera Carabaya and enjoying the ride to the road-head. We will hike for 2 hours to get to camp at Lake Comercocha.  (time: bus: 8 hours / Hike: 2 hrs. Up: 400ft.)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 6: Comercocha - Acoyo

After yesterday's long day, this relatively shorter day affords a respite for the coming 6 days left on this trek. We  still have great mountain views ahead of us as we hike along a valley to reach another side-valley, with views of  the mountains, reaching the community of the Huaroconi (14,928ft) and later our campsite at Acoyo (time: 4-5  hrs. Up: 912ft. Down: 830ft.)  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner / Camp  Day 8: Acoyo - Cero  We hike over the Chimboya Pass (16,450ft) and a chance to see the Quelcaya Glacier – also known as the  Peruvian ice- cap. We get a view of the Cordillera Vilcanota and pass small lakes, reaching our camp-site at Cero  (15,912ft), a large pasture near the river of Mates (Time: 4-5 hrs. Up: 1,739ft. Down: 1,444ft)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 7: Acoyo - Cero

We hike over the Chimboya Pass (16,450 feet) where we'll have a chance to see the Quelcaya Glacier, also known as the Peruvian ice cap. We get a view of the Cordillera Vilcanota and pass small lakes, reaching our camp-site at Cero (15,912 feet), set in a large pasture near the river of Mates. (4-5 hrs. hiking; 1,739 feet ascent; 1,444 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 8: Cero - Qasqaracocha

Our day starts with a steep ascent of about 493 feet to a high valley until we reach the Cero Pass at 17,273 feet, with a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, including Mt. Ausangate at 21,063 feet in the distance. We descend past small lakes with a great view of the Carabaya glaciers until we reach Qasqara Lake (also called Amayani Lake)— opposite ins the Colque Cruz Range with Mt. Yayamari— its prominent peak, first climbed in 1957. If we are lucky we will witness a beautiful sunset with the lake and the snow-capped peaks in the background. Camp at 16,175 feet, our highest camp. (5-6 hrs. hiking; 2,083 feet ascent; 1,968 feet descent).

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 9: Qasqaracocha - Murmurani

Leaving our camp we begin our ascent to 16,535-foot Sibiria Pass, next to Mt. Yayamari. As we reach the pass we'll see Lake Sibinacocha below us. At 16,076 feet, Sibinacocha is one of the highest Lakes in Peru, and measures some 9 miles long and 1.25 miles wide. We'll camp at 16,076 feet at Mumurani or Cocha Uma (a lake whose name means "headwaters" in Qhechua), next to a stream that feeds into the lake. (5-6 hrs. hiking; 1,115 feet ascent; 1,355 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 10: Murmurani - Tiqllacocha

Today we trek over the highest Pass of Huayruro at 16,404 feet above the headwaters. We will find ourselves surrounded by snow-capped peaks, turquoise glacial lakes, and unique Andean flora—as well have a chance to see more vicuña (wild relatives of the camel). Impressive 19,000- to 20,000-foot peaks such as Jatunjampa, Pico Tres, Puca Punta, Colquecruz, and Acero form an amphitheater around us, as we see the trail descending to our campsite below at Tiqllacocha Lake (15,899 ft). (6-7 hrs. hiking; 2,559 feet ascent; 1,355 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 11: Tiqllacocha - Pacchanta - Cusco

After about an hour of uphill hiking we will reach our last pass at Campa, and from here we get a new perspective of the landscape in front of us. Looking north towards the Cusco Valley we'll see a rolling landscape of extensive pasture land and potato plots—like a quilt blanket—interspersed with small houses and villages. As we leave the Colque Cruz glacier behind we descend past some small lakes until finally reaching the community of Pacchanta, and the road head where a vehicle will pick us up for the 3- to 4-hour drive to Cusco. (4-5 hrs. hiking; 1,476 feet ascent; 3,117 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:El Mercado

Day 12: Lima - fly home

Transfer to the Cusco airport and fly to Lima and connect with your international flight or your next destination.

  • Breakfast

Aug 13 - 24, 2016

pricing

2016 PRICES (per person)

$5,995 (5 to 15 members)
$6,295 (4 members)
$1,250 single supplement
$400 internal airfare (Lima/Arequipa - Cusco/Lima)

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Camp

Colca Lodge — Colca

At an altitude of 3250 meters above sea level and two-and-a-half hours travel from the city of Arequipa, Colca Lodge nestles on the banks of the River Colca. It is surrounded by hundreds of pre-Inca agricultural terraces, which have been declared a Peruvian cultural heritage, and is blessed with relaxing hot spring waters rich in lithium. This is a place with ancient energy, synchronized with nature and the starting point for exploring the valley and visiting the Colca Canyon, one of the world`s deepest ravines.

 

El Mercado — Cusco

The elegant (yet down to earth) and exciting El Mercado Hotel is a new 4-star property located three and a half blocks from the Plaza de Armas or Main Square, in the heart center of picturesque Cusco. Formerly part of the city’s old farmer’s market, El Mercado’s rooms and quaint atmosphere guarantee personal and friendly service, and will immediately immerse you in the cultural and historical traits of Cusco and Peru.

Libertador Puno — Lake Titicaca - Esteves Island

Located on a private island, the Esteves Island, Libertador Lake Titicaca offers unforgettable sunrises and sunsets from any point in the hotel. The lake is visible 360º views of the highest navigable lake int he world. From its private pier, travelers can navigate to islands lost in time where they can witness and participate from centuries-old traditions and crafts with their inhabitants.

  • Enjoy high-altitude trekking in a wild Andean dreamscape with veteran MTS mountain guide Sergio Fitch-Watkins
  • Visit remote island villages on sublime Lake Titicaca at 12,500'
  • Explore the ruins of Sillustani and other Inca sites, we well as Andean villages of the altiplano

Longtime MTS mountain guide Sergio Fitch-Watkins will be guiding this "Follow the Leader" trip. After 30-plus years of guiding for us in the Andes and worldwide, he’s still enchanted by the legendary Carabaya. Rising just north of Lake Titicaca and merging into the dramatic Cordillera Vilcanota, the Carabaya is an Andean dreamscape of golden pampas, turquoise lakes, and large herds of llamas and alpacas, all framed by a spectacular backdrop of knife-edged, 18,000-foot ice peaks.

While the Carabaya is incredibly scenic, it’s still far enough off the beaten path to be rarely frequented by mountaineers and trekkers. With Sergio, you’ll hike for 10 high-altitude days, crossing passes with panoramas of the Andean ice cap and a sea of glaciated peaks, meeting traditional Quechua herders, and appreciating that there are still such wild, wild places in the world.

“I like remote places and I love the Andes,” says Sergio. “And the Carabaya is about as wild and remote as it gets. There are huge valleys that run south to north through the cordillera, filled with herds of vicunas and locals who have never seen outsiders. Back in the ’80s, this was considered the best trip in the catalog. I think it still is!”
 

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Lima - Arequipa

Arrive in Lima early in the morning. You will be met by a Mountain Travel Sobek representative and escorted to your connecting flight to Arequipa. Upon arrival in Arequipa, you will be met and enjoy a tour of the city, often considered the most beautiful in Peru because of its elegant colonial architecture and striking setting. It was badly damaged in the June 2001 earthquake, but the cathedral, which lost one of its two turrets, has been successfully rebuilt, as well as some of the older buildings made of white volcanic rock—sillar—which has given it the name of the “white city.” The main commercial center for the southern part of the country, Arequipa is dominated by the imposing peak called El Misti, a perfect, cone-shaped volcano topping 19,000 feet. Our tour includes a visit to the Santa Catalina Convent, a 400-year-old walled compound that was first opened to public view in 1970. Set in the middle of the city, it is a huge structure that once served as a town within itself, housing 450 nuns in total seclusion. Will continue to Colca Valley, we leave Arequipa with a view of the Chachani Volcano 19,931 feet one of the 3 most important volcanoes in Arequipa. The road winds slowly through Yura, a small settlement where the quarries of volcanic rock are found. We reach a plateau and arrive at Pampa Cañahuas. From here you can appreciate the Misti Volcano from the north east. We continue our journey past a crossroads with view of Sabancaya Volcano, recently active, and the Ampato where famous ice-maiden, Juanita, was discovered a decade ago. We will appreciate some Andean birds and with are lucky, small herds of vicuña, a wild camelid, relatives of llamas and alpacas. We arrive to Patapampa Pass 16,076 feet, from where you can take some pictures of the Chila Range and from there we descend to Chivay and transfer to your hotel.

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Colca Lodge

Day 2: Colca - Cruz del Condor - Coporaque

Early in the morning visit Cruz del Condor (Condor Cross), an observation point from where we will view these impressive symbols of the Andes as well as a stunning panorama of Colca Canyon, one of the deepest in the world at 9,800 feet. This observation occurs early in the morning as the birds leave their overnight roosts, rising high into the sky on the strong thermal currents which blow up the canyon. After this spectacle we will visit the villages of Pinchollo, Maca, Achoma, and Yanque on the way back to our hotel. After lunch we will be transferred to Coporaque village, the starting point for a 2-hour hike traversing terraces and trails from pre Inca cultures, eventually reaching the archaeological site of Uyo Uyo. Return to our hotel in the late afternoon (hike about 2 hours).

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Colca Lodge

Day 3: Colca, Sillustani - Puno, Lake Titicaca

Transfer by private vehicle to the city of Puno, set on the shores of Lake Titicaca. En route to Puno we will pass through the stone forest of Imata while following along the Aguada Blanca River Canyon and then stop at the Lagunillas where it is possible to see flamingos and the Andean caracara. We will stop to visit the ruins of Sillustani, set in a beautiful location on a barren, windswept peninsula jutting out into Lake Umayo, about 15 miles from Puno. Here we’ll see chullpas (pre-Columbian funeral towers) that date from the time of the Colla occupation of this region, around the 12th century. These towers were built by and for people of the Aymara-speaking Colla tribe. Sillustani’s stone architecture is complex and different in many ways from Inca stonework. We continue on to Puno, where we’ll check into our hotel, located on a peninsula in Lake Titicaca and linked to the mainland by a causeway. The entire Lake Titicaca region is inhabited by Quechua- and Aymaras-speaking Indians whose way of life has remained little changed over the centuries, as we’ll see when we visit this beautiful lake tomorrow. (7 hrs. drive, with stops, about 1 to 2 hours hike). 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Libertador Puno

Day 4: Uros and Taquile Islands

After breakfast at the hotel, we make an early departure by boat from Puno to the island of Taquile, stopping en route to visit the floating islands of the Uros Indians, who are famous for their totora reed rafts. On Taquile, we’ll find a community of weavers and spinners who live in a Mediterranean-like setting on this highest navigable lake in the world (elevation is about 12,500 feet). As you land on the island, you’ll think you’re in old Greece: extensive terracing with fava beans, grains, potatoes; women with black veils covering their heads; and brilliant blue waters surrounding you as far as the eye can see. From the island you can also see the impressive Cordillera Real (a high snowcapped mountain range) on the Bolivian side. The island has become famous through guidebooks that hail its weavers as the best in Peru, and a traditional, finely woven wide waistband with calendar symbols is still used and sold. Boat ride back to Puno where we'll overnight at the same hotel. (hiking: 2 to 3 hours in Taquile)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Libertador Puno

Day 5: Puno - Comercocha

Leaving from Puno we take the detour to Azangaro and Macusani, a nice paved road which is part of the Interoceanic Highway joining the Brazilian Atlantic with Peru´s Pacific coast. Passing Macusani, a short dirt road will take us to the village of Corani a small community of farmers turned miners. The road winds its way north and west, getting the first views of the cordillera Carabaya and enjoying the ride to the road-head. We will hike for 2 hours to get to camp at Lake Comercocha.  (time: bus: 8 hours / Hike: 2 hrs. Up: 400ft.)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 6: Comercocha - Acoyo

After yesterday's long day, this relatively shorter day affords a respite for the coming 6 days left on this trek. We  still have great mountain views ahead of us as we hike along a valley to reach another side-valley, with views of  the mountains, reaching the community of the Huaroconi (14,928ft) and later our campsite at Acoyo (time: 4-5  hrs. Up: 912ft. Down: 830ft.)  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner / Camp  Day 8: Acoyo - Cero  We hike over the Chimboya Pass (16,450ft) and a chance to see the Quelcaya Glacier – also known as the  Peruvian ice- cap. We get a view of the Cordillera Vilcanota and pass small lakes, reaching our camp-site at Cero  (15,912ft), a large pasture near the river of Mates (Time: 4-5 hrs. Up: 1,739ft. Down: 1,444ft)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 7: Acoyo - Cero

We hike over the Chimboya Pass (16,450 feet) where we'll have a chance to see the Quelcaya Glacier, also known as the Peruvian ice cap. We get a view of the Cordillera Vilcanota and pass small lakes, reaching our camp-site at Cero (15,912 feet), set in a large pasture near the river of Mates. (4-5 hrs. hiking; 1,739 feet ascent; 1,444 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 8: Cero - Qasqaracocha

Our day starts with a steep ascent of about 493 feet to a high valley until we reach the Cero Pass at 17,273 feet, with a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, including Mt. Ausangate at 21,063 feet in the distance. We descend past small lakes with a great view of the Carabaya glaciers until we reach Qasqara Lake (also called Amayani Lake)— opposite ins the Colque Cruz Range with Mt. Yayamari— its prominent peak, first climbed in 1957. If we are lucky we will witness a beautiful sunset with the lake and the snow-capped peaks in the background. Camp at 16,175 feet, our highest camp. (5-6 hrs. hiking; 2,083 feet ascent; 1,968 feet descent).

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 9: Qasqaracocha - Murmurani

Leaving our camp we begin our ascent to 16,535-foot Sibiria Pass, next to Mt. Yayamari. As we reach the pass we'll see Lake Sibinacocha below us. At 16,076 feet, Sibinacocha is one of the highest Lakes in Peru, and measures some 9 miles long and 1.25 miles wide. We'll camp at 16,076 feet at Mumurani or Cocha Uma (a lake whose name means "headwaters" in Qhechua), next to a stream that feeds into the lake. (5-6 hrs. hiking; 1,115 feet ascent; 1,355 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 10: Murmurani - Tiqllacocha

Today we trek over the highest Pass of Huayruro at 16,404 feet above the headwaters. We will find ourselves surrounded by snow-capped peaks, turquoise glacial lakes, and unique Andean flora—as well have a chance to see more vicuña (wild relatives of the camel). Impressive 19,000- to 20,000-foot peaks such as Jatunjampa, Pico Tres, Puca Punta, Colquecruz, and Acero form an amphitheater around us, as we see the trail descending to our campsite below at Tiqllacocha Lake (15,899 ft). (6-7 hrs. hiking; 2,559 feet ascent; 1,355 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Camp

Day 11: Tiqllacocha - Pacchanta - Cusco

After about an hour of uphill hiking we will reach our last pass at Campa, and from here we get a new perspective of the landscape in front of us. Looking north towards the Cusco Valley we'll see a rolling landscape of extensive pasture land and potato plots—like a quilt blanket—interspersed with small houses and villages. As we leave the Colque Cruz glacier behind we descend past some small lakes until finally reaching the community of Pacchanta, and the road head where a vehicle will pick us up for the 3- to 4-hour drive to Cusco. (4-5 hrs. hiking; 1,476 feet ascent; 3,117 feet descent)

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:El Mercado

Day 12: Lima - fly home

Transfer to the Cusco airport and fly to Lima and connect with your international flight or your next destination.

  • Breakfast

Camp

Colca Lodge — Colca

At an altitude of 3250 meters above sea level and two-and-a-half hours travel from the city of Arequipa, Colca Lodge nestles on the banks of the River Colca. It is surrounded by hundreds of pre-Inca agricultural terraces, which have been declared a Peruvian cultural heritage, and is blessed with relaxing hot spring waters rich in lithium. This is a place with ancient energy, synchronized with nature and the starting point for exploring the valley and visiting the Colca Canyon, one of the world`s deepest ravines.

 

El Mercado — Cusco

The elegant (yet down to earth) and exciting El Mercado Hotel is a new 4-star property located three and a half blocks from the Plaza de Armas or Main Square, in the heart center of picturesque Cusco. Formerly part of the city’s old farmer’s market, El Mercado’s rooms and quaint atmosphere guarantee personal and friendly service, and will immediately immerse you in the cultural and historical traits of Cusco and Peru.

Libertador Puno — Lake Titicaca - Esteves Island

Located on a private island, the Esteves Island, Libertador Lake Titicaca offers unforgettable sunrises and sunsets from any point in the hotel. The lake is visible 360º views of the highest navigable lake int he world. From its private pier, travelers can navigate to islands lost in time where they can witness and participate from centuries-old traditions and crafts with their inhabitants.

Dates and Pricing

Aug 13 - 24, 2016

pricing

2016 PRICES (per person)

$5,995 (5 to 15 members)
$6,295 (4 members)
$1,250 single supplement
$400 internal airfare (Lima/Arequipa - Cusco/Lima)

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