How to Get
WHERE DOES THE TOUR START COLCA CANYON FULL DAY?
In order to start our tour to the Colca Canyon, it is necessary to arrive to Arequipa, for this you have 2 options to get there:
Flight to Arequipa: flight to Arequipa always depart from Lima, you can check if from your location you can take a flight to Arequipa,
Bus trip to Arequipa: If you are in Lima the trip will be tiring, it is approximately 20 hours, but you can choose to take our Tourist Package from Lima to the South of Peru, which will take you to Arequipa visiting the area south of Lima, if you are in another destination Cusco, Puno, you can choose to take this route as they are 8 hours of travel and there are alternatives with guided tours, ask for more information email@example.com. or to our whatsapp +51939420650.
HOW TO BOOK THE TOUR?
FIRST: To book the Colca Canyon tour you must send us the information requested in the booking form, which you will find in the prices section. For the 1 day tours it is not necessary the information of all the participants:
Personal information (your full name, exactly as in your passport):
- Full name.
- Passport number.
- D.O.B. (dd / mm / yyyy).
- send passport photo and date of entry to the country Perú.
SECOND: To make the reservation we require the prepayment of 30 to 50% of the total package, which can be made from our website, https://www.andinotoursperu.com/en/payments, option card payments, taking into account the commission of 6% for the use of digital platforms.
WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE BALANCE?
To make the payment of the outstanding balance, you can make in our offices or we go through your hotel to pay us the outstanding balance in cash, you can also make the payment of the balance with CARD (VISA, AMEX, MASTERCARD AND OTHERS) AND PAYPAL which applies the commission of 6%, we also have the option of shipping by WESTER UNION, for this contact our sales channel to give you information.
ARE WE SUSTAINABLE?
Yes, we are a tour operator in the city of Cusco, we are a sustainable and responsible travel agency, where we seek to protect the environment and benefit local communities respecting their culture and religion, promoting the culture of reforestation with native plants.