Turkani´s Puya Raimondii forest

Posted 08/11/12 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

On the highlands of Tinajani, we can find Tarukani. Considered the largest Puya Raimondii forest in the world. Puya Raimondii are gigantic and primitive plants that belong to the pineapple family. This plant has a large inflorescence formed by 15000 small white and yellow flowers that are pollinated by hummingbirds. Once the plant blooms it… Read more »

Salkantay

Posted 19/10/12 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

The Salkantay trek is probably one of the mountain route that cross most of the Peruvian eight natural regions. It starts at Mollepata and after setting the camp at the foothill of one of the most sacred mountains of the andes, the Salkantay. You ascend to the abra Salkantay at 4600masl, to start a huge… Read more »

Tinajani´s Stone Forest

Posted 03/08/12 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

Tinajani is a broad ichu grass valley, where stands an imposing forest of gigantic rocks, crossed by a small stream of cold water. Hills and stone walls take characteristic forms due to the erosive action of wind and rain. In some areas the lower part of the walls there are some tombs and chulpas, where… Read more »

Apurímac River Rafting

Posted 02/08/12 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

Rafting on Apurímac river is one of the best adventure experiences that can be found in Cusco. The river, which means ‘the God who roars’, is located between Cusco and Apurimac, being a natural border between the two. It had great importance in the view of the Andean world because it is very close to… Read more »

Patahuasi´s Stone Forest

Posted 28/06/12 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

On the way to the Colca Valley, next to the Reserve of Salinas and Aguada Blanca and vicuña populations, we find a small town called Patahuasi. It draws our attention to the bizarre rock formations, looking like huge cones hanging to the wall of a hill, which outline the blue sky. These formations created by… Read more »