Peru – “Hike to Perolniyoc Waterfalls”

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Full Day

9:00 am    The hike begins in the Socma community heading towards the Perolniyoc waterfalls. Along the way, visitors will enjoy the scenic nature, such as the wonderful Perolniyoc waterfall and the Inca archaeological complex of the same name, all surrounded by a majestic landscape of vegetation. They can also appreciate the Vilcanota or Wilkamayu River, where the Sacred Valley narrows and almost forms a canyon. Additionally, on the route, they will see flora and fauna from different altitudinal levels. In the last stretch to Choquetacarpo, there is a stone canal of about 15 km that leads to the Cachiccata quarries. Finally, visitors will enjoy a box lunch on the route and arrive at Ollantaytambo around 3:00 pm.

 

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Visitors should bring:

  • Hiking shoes
  • Warm clothing for the night and light clothing for the day
  • Hiking stick
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Rain poncho (during rainy season)
  • Camera

 

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  • Transportation from Cusco/Sacred Valley to the communities:                                                                                                                                                             *Consult price per groups
VISITING SEASON:

Recommended during dry seasons (April to November)

 

NOT INCLUDED:
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$ 299.00

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Comprised of 80 families and around 300 people, located 9 km from the town of Ollantaytambo in Peru. It highlights the quarries in the area, which were exploited in Inca times to transport stones to Ollantaytambo, and also mentions the presence of pre-Hispanic chullpas.

Made up of approximately 180 families, tourists who visit them can learn to carve in Marmolina stone. Its natural charm is the Perolniyoc waterfalls and within the route you can see part of the Qapacñan of the Incas (the main Inca's trail).

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Made up of 200 families, its main activity is agriculture and livestock and they stand out for the textiles and crafts. This community has the so-called balcony of the Sacred Valley.

It consists of 25 families, whose main activity is agriculture and animal husbandry. In addition, the ancestral textile where they reflect their iconography.

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