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VINICUNCA, LA MONTAGNE ARC-EN-CIEL

VINICUNCA, LA MONTAGNE ARC-EN-CIEL

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Découvrez une des plus remarquables attractions naturelles de la région de Cusco. Au départ de Cusco, cet itinéraire offre l’occasion de visiter la montagne arc-en-ciel et de profiter d’une randonnée jusqu’au sommet de Vinicunca. Ce n’est pas une randonnée difficile même si l’altitude peut être un problème pour certaines personnes car nous devrons monter de 4170 m / 1368 pieds à 5100 m / 16732 pieds d’altitude. Nous conseillons donc de passer quelques jours à Cusco pour s’acclimater avant d’entreprendre cette activité.

CE QUI EST INCLUS ET CE QUE VOUS DEVEZ APPORTER…
Inclus
  • Transport privé (minibus)
  • Trousse de premiers soins et bouteille d’oxygène
  • Guide en français
  • Les repas indiqués dans l’itinéraire
  • Eau potable pour votre gourde (de source naturelle, filtrée et bouillie)
  • Snacks le matin et l’après-midi (fruits, biscuits, chocolat, barres énergétiques, bonbons)
  • Boissons chaudes (thé et café)
Non inclus
  • Les repas non indiqués dans l’itinéraire
  • Articles personnels (médicaments personnels compris)
  • Pourboires
  •  Veuillez mentionner que des chevaux sont à louer à la montagne.
Ce que vous devez apporter
  • Passeport
  • Petit sac à dos
  • Vêtements chauds pour la partie andine de la randonnée
  • Veste ou poncho imperméable
  • Chemises de coton à manches longues
  • Short (facultatif)
  • Chaussures de randonnée
  • Casquette et Lunettes de soleil
  • Bâtons télescopiques (facultatif)
  • Répulsif contre les insectes
  • Crème solaire
  • Eau pour le premier jour (nous vous fournirons l’eau pour les autres jours)
  • Jumelles pour l’observation des oiseaux
  • Lampe torche
  • Appareil photo
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Tour Plan

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Jour 1 : Cusco – Pitumarca – Cusco
Tôt le matin, départ de votre hôtel à Cusco pour un voyage en direction du sud. Nous quitterons la route principale au pittoresque petit village andin de Checacupe où nous pourrons voir ses célèbres ponts et continuer jusqu’à Pitumarca (3574 m / 11725 pieds - 105 km / 65 miles), au milieu d’un paysage de formations rocheuses spectaculaires et de canyons profonds. A la fin du parcours (4170 m / 1368 pieds d’altitude), nous nous arrêterons pour prendre un petit-déjeuner chaud et nutritif. Au lever du soleil, début de notre ascension de 8.25 km / 5.1 miles jusqu’à la montagne arc-en-ciel. Il s’agit d’une montée graduelle, à travers des pâturages, des petits hameaux et des troupeaux d’alpagas, accompagnés de votre guide qui saluera la population locale dans leur langue natale : le quechua. Notre itinéraire offre d’incroyables vues sur le sommet enneigé Ausangate et d’autres sommets des Andes péruviennes. Vinicunca est une véritable merveille de la nature avec sa palette de couleurs de toute beauté. A 5100 m / 16732 pieds d’altitude, vous aurez une vue à 360 degrés, avec le sommet enneigé Ausangate d’un côté et le sommet multicolore de Vinicunca de l’autre. La descente sera plus facile et à mesure de la réoxygénation des poumons, vous aurez le temps de respirer profondément et de penser aux incroyables expériences de la journée. Au pied de la montagne, un déjeuner chaud et sain vous attendra. Nous rentrerons ensuite en voiture vers Cusco pour arriver à la tombée de la nuit. Note : Il est possible de louer des chevaux. Le sentier n’est pas exigeant mais l’altitude (5000 m / 16404 pieds) peut affecter certains voyageurs.
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EXTENSIONS : VOUS DISPOSEZ DE PLUS DE TEMPS A PASSER AU PEROU ?

D’autres voyageurs ont ajouté l’extension suivante à cet itinéraire...

LA VILLE DE CUSCO Demi-journée Découvrez Cusco et ses principales attractions culturelles et historiques à travers une visite guidée d’une demi-journée: l’époque inca et coloniale avec la cathédrale et le temple du soleil des Incas (ou Qorikancha), le grand complexe religieux de Sacsayhuamán (dont certains blocs de pierre pèsent plus de 100 tonnes) et les sites archéologiques situés aux alentours de la ville comme Qenqo (“zigzag”, en quechua), Pucapucara (“forteresse rouge”) et le fascinant et pittoresque temple de l’eau de Tambomachay.
 

FAQs - Frequently asked questions

  • Do you provide sleeping pads?

    Yes.

  • What food safety processes do you have in place?

    All foodstuffs are purchased immediately before departure to guarantee freshness, and they are correctly packaged and handled by our trained staff to ensure food safety. We use cloth bags when making our purchases, rather than plastic. The produce is fresh and bought directly from local farmers. Also, we pack the produce in cloth bags and hermetic multiuse containers, avoiding the use of plastic in order to make our operations as green as possible.

  • How far in advance do I need to book a trek or hike?

    For trekking and hiking routes other than the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you should make your booking at least five days in advance, so we can make the necessary preparations, although we recommend that you make your booking up to 90 days in advance. Full refunds (minus administration costs) can be offered 45 days before your scheduled departure date. After 45 days, only partial refunds will be given.

  • I would like to trek with my friends, can I book now and my friends book later?

    Yes, for trekking and hiking routes other than the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you can add other travelers to your group before departure. Write to us for more information on the treks, hikes and tours we have available.

  • What is the maximum group size? Is there a maximum?

    The maximum group size is 16 persons. For more than 16 persons, a second group must be organized. A single guide travels with 8 participants. For larger groups, an assistant guide will also accompany the participants.

  • If I am traveling alone can I have my own tent / hotel room?

    If you are traveling alone and are willing to share a tent, with a member of the same sex or partner, family member or friend, then there is no additional cost. If, however, you would like your own private tent an additional supplement will be payable. Please contact us in advance, because on some trekking and hiking routes this option may depend on the availability of spaces at campsites designated by the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.

  • What do we do for water?

    Use of plastic bottles on the network of Inca Trails to Machu Picchu is not permitted. Other treks and hikes do not have this restriction, but we always recommend and encourage our travelers to use reusable canteens or second use plastic water bottles. Our cook will provide you with boiled water to refill your bottle at all the campsites.

  • What food safety processes do you have in place?

    All foodstuffs are purchased immediately before departure to guarantee freshness, and they are correctly packaged and handled by our trained staff to ensure food safety. We use cloth bags when making our purchases, rather than plastic. The produce is fresh and bought directly from local farmers. Also, we pack the produce in cloth bags and hermetic multiuse containers, avoiding the use of plastic in order to make our operations as green as possible.

  • What do I need to carry?

    You will need to carry your daypack with all the personal items you need during the day. The rest of your luggage will be transported by us (van / porters). Porters are only permitted to carry 8 kilos for each person (including sleeping bag). As a company, Andean Adventures Peru is committed to the well-being of its porters during treks and hikes, ensuring that they are properly paid, well fed, and comfortable at our campsites. On some of our trekking and hiking routes, pack animals are used.

  • What type of camping gear is used for treks and hikes?

    We supply all the camping equipment needed for groups to enjoy the great outdoors safely and comfortably: 4-person tents for every two participants; air mattresses; complete table service; dining tent, chairs and tables; kitchen tent; latrine tent; sleeping bags on request (many travelers choose to bring their own sleeping bag; however, we also offer sleeping bags for hire at an additional cost).

  • What processes are in place to ensure the equipment is always in perfect condition?

    Our full time logistics staff continuously maintain and/or replace all our equipment. To ensure proper use of our equipment, all gear is handled by our trained field crew during treks and hikes.

  • HEALTH MEASURES

    Dear travelers, colleagues and partners:
    In response to the global health crisis, we have reviewed and improved our operating procedures. We have adopted new biosecurity protocols, guided by World Health Organization (WHO) and World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) recommendations. We are therefore proud to be able to feature the #SafeTravels tour operator stamp on our website. as well as the Peruvian government guidelines establishing the measures that we must all observe, as part of our country’s “new normal”.
    PREVENTIVE HEALTH MEASURES
    The Peruvian government is responsible for the development and design of new public health measures in airports, train stations and bus stations, the implementation of health and safety measures in museums, archaeological sites and all tourist attractions. The Peruvian government has regulated and provided for additional cleaning regimes in hotels and all other accommodations, each company follows the protocols of the law and has additionally implemented its own measures to guarantee the use of its infrastructure and services. All rules and regulations given by the government are faithfully followed by our company, all protocols of operations, transportation, hotels, hostels, lodges and restaurants are detailed in separate documents.
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