Arequipa

The White City of Arequipa not only has beautiful convents, temples and grand old colonial houses, it also holds a wealth of gastronomy as a result of a mixture of native products of the ancient Pre-Columbian cultures combined with modern culinary techniques. Additionally, two of the deepest canyons in the world; the Colca and the Cotahuasi, are the natural habitat of the Vicuña, with the finest fibre in the world, and the condor that shows its majesty when flying a few meters just above guests.

Information

ALTITUDE

Max: 4910 masl / 16109 ft

Min: 9 masl / 26 ft

WEATHER

Semi-arid and temperate

Maximum: 22ºC / 72F

Minimum: 5ºC / 41F

ACCESS ROUTE

By Air: Regular flights to/from the main cities of the world from/to Jorge Chávez International Airport (located in the Region of Callao, approximately 30 minutes from Lima)

Following the path of adventure

Mountain biking along trails filled with history while enjoying the intensity and beauty of the Urubamba mountains is something you can do in the Sacred Valley. 

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Walking the path of the Incas

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Walking the path of the Incas

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Walking the path of the Incas