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Ausangate Trek 3D/2N

Ausangate Trek 3D/2N

Trip Overview

Tour Type:
Spiritual Retreat, Healing Workshop, Hiking, camping, adventure, history, and culture.
Good For:
Good For.
Difficulty:
Moderate, but challenging
We will have everything taken care of for you for two weeks, but you won’t feel rushed or over scheduled.

Highlights

Our Alternative Treks are a mix of culture, landscapes and hospitality. You’ll meet the locals, eat their food, bathe in the hot springs, and venture to a world unlike any you have experienced before. Bring the best camera you can, as these landscapes are something to be cherished forever,lesser known to tourists, this gem of Ausangate has long been a sacred journey for people of the area, especially during the Qoyllurity Pilgrimage.

Ausangate is the towering, 6372m peak which dominates the skyline to the southeast of Cusco. It is the protector spirit mountain of the city and ranks highest in the pantheon of Apus, the living Mountain Gods worshipped by the people of the Peruvian Andes. As you trek around its snowy slopes, you will climb high mountain passes and visit remote Andean villages. The turquoise lakes and hot springs of this land are a generous gift from Pachamama, the Mother Earth. You will have the opportunity to give thanks to her through a choice of one of our Healing Workshop.

Tour Plan

1

Day 01: Cusco – Pacchanta – Ausangate

Today after breakfast we leave Cusco early in the morning for our three hour trip in a private transport to the small village of Pacchanta (3,800 meters / 12,464 feet) on the way we will stop and visit the Sistine Chapel of Cusco. We will pass through beautiful landscapes and several traditional villages as Urcos, Cattca and Ocangate. The first 3 hours of road are wonderful prelude to the magnificent scenery of the Cordillera Vilcanota, with great views of Ausangate. We stay in the hot springs in Pacchanta (4400 meters / 14,432 feet), which offers fantastic views of Ausangate at the end of the valley.

Accommodations: Local house.
Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner.
Entrance Tickets: Included.
Private transport.
2

Day 02: Pacchanta – Otorongo – Ausangate

We will have a special breakfast, before beginning our journey towards the sacred lagoons of the APU AUSANGATE. We will connect to the paths of the ancestors always in the company of the MAMA COCA we arrive at the APACHETA (step between two mountains or valleys) here we will offer our offerings to the different APUS and the MAMACOCHAS to receive us in their house, and we will share the sacred leaves, soon We will descend to the sacred lagoons of OTORONGO COCHA, ANCASH COCH to purify our bodies and spirits, and thus our bodies will become crystals like the snows of the APU AUSANGATE. Finally, we return to the community of PACCHANTA where our lunch awaits, then we can appreciate some textile works.

Accommodations: Local house.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
Entrance Tickets: Included.
Horse.
Private transport.
3

Day 03 Ausangate

Relaxed morning optional visit to the hot springs with an amazing view of the mountain and after we will start packing up for returning to Cusco free afternoon and in the night we will have our farewell dinner.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch.
Private transport.

Price

This tour only as a private service

Daily Departure with at least 2 people.
Number of Pax Price per Person
02 People $ 500.00
03 People $ 450.00
04 People $ 400.00
06 People $ 350.00
08 People $ 300.00
Thank you for choosing Pumadventures Peru Tours! We will do everything in our power to take care of you and ensure an enjoyable trip of a lifetime in Peru!

Included:

Transportation Cusco – Pacchanta – Cusco.
Accommodation family house.
Entrance to the thermal baths.
Guide.
Income for the APU AUSANGATE.
Horses.
2 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 2 Afternoon Snacks and 2 Dinners. If you have a dietary request such as vegetarian food please let us know.
Oxygen bottle.
First aid kit.

Not Included:

Walking sticks.
Sleeping bags.
Food and drinks not mentioned in the itinerary.
Tips.
Travel insurance.

Packing List

Walking boots.
Waterproof jacket / rain poncho.
Warm jacket.
Hat and gloves.
T-shirts.
Comfortable Trousers.
Sun hat.
Sun cream (factor 35 or higher).
Insect repellant.
Toiletries and hand sanitiser.
Personal medication.
Camera and film.
Torch with spare batteries.

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  • Mercedes Vasquez (EE. UU)

    You haven’t fully travelled unless you have travelled with Puma Adventures

    This is my second trip to Peru and like the first I fell in love. I caught myself thinking, “can every place in the world have touring guides like the Pumadventures Team?”
    They are wonderful, took us to see the most magical places, shared with us their love and knowledge of the land and cooked for us the most yummiest meals. I felt so well taken care of, like family. They are my family and I am grateful for the amazing experiences I had again. I will definitely be back again. Gracias

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    25 August, 2019 at 9:35 am

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