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Bag a 6,000m Andean peak in just two days.
Beautiful views from the summit over Arequipa and to other volcanoes.
Open to trekkers - non-technical peak.
Visit Arequipa and Colca and its hot springs afterwards.
A lovely climb outside Arequipa. The guide paced it well, and all who set off from basecamp - seven of us - got to the top.
The clouds lifted, and we had some great views over the city of Arequipa, the penitentes and the other big volcanoes in the area.
T. Shearman, Chachani
Depart Arequipa early to get to base camp (5,000m). Trek to Camp 1 (5,350m) (L,D)
Climb to summit (6,075m). Descend to base camp to meet up with vehicles and return to Arequipa (B,L)
Guide, private transfers to and from Arequipa-Chachani-Arequipa, meals from lunch on day 1 to lunch on day 2, communal camping equipment, high mountain tents.
Flights, insurance, personal items and clothing, tips, Arequipa hotels and meals, acclimatisation walks in Arequipa, alcoholic or soft drinks, snacks, personal climbing equipment. Porters not included, available at extra cost.
Prices From $700 / £560 per person
Guide price only
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What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $800 / £640 per person
Duration: 4 days
Capacity: 16 people
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What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $465 / £372 per person
Dates: From November 2018 to November 2019
Duration: 2 days
Capacity: 8 people
Prices From $1,200 / £960 per person
Dates: From May 2020 to October 2020
Duration: 6 days
Prices From $595 / £476 per person
Duration: 3 days
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I would rate the Guide as 10/10, or maybe a 9/10- really excellent.
The cook was great also, as were the donkey drivers. Thanks for setting us up with such great people. The food was very good, 9/10. Maybe a few more potatoes than we bargained for.
The highlights were probably the summits, although the rest days after the summits were very nice.
P Green, USA, 2017
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@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
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