Climbing Guided Tour In 3 Days

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  1. Experienced Mountain English-Speaking guide
  2. Porters to carry the foods and camping gear (tents & mattresses)
  3. Personal porter to carry the items of each participant (Private Service only)
  4. Private four wheel drive (4x4) from Arequipa up to 4200m
  5. Camping Equipment (Four seaons mountain tent and mattresses)
  6. Dining and cooking tents (Private Service only)
  7. Cooking gear
  8. Experienced cook (Private Service only)
  9. Climbing Equipment such as crampons, ice axe and rope, only if is snow on the top
  10. Meals on the Mountain (2 lunches - 1 hot dinner - 1 hot breakfast)
  11. Plenty of hot Coca tea
  12. Oxygen bottle and first aid kit for the participants and our camp staff
  13. Communication system, guides climb with their mobile phones
  14. Tents and food for our camp staff
  15. Headlamp - Wind proof gloves - Wool hat - Walking sticks or poles (Private Service only)

If this is your first time going to the Andes or High Mountains we recommend getting information about the ALTITUDE SICKNESS, see below some websites recommend by High Mountain doctors and scientists from over the world.
ISMM – International Society For Mountain Medicine
MEDEX – Medical Expeditions

Any day
(April - November)

Climbing Guided Tour In 3 Days
Backpacker Service (public bus)
Not available departure

Private VIP Service (private van/guide)
2 participants $ USD each
3-4 participants $ USD each
5 to more participants $ USD each
Discount 5%: South American Explorers Club Members
Discount 10%: Tour Operators or Travel Agencies Only
Students: $15 USD discount only with valid green ISIC card
Organized Groups: We offer private and any time departure
Group size: 6 participants per guide
BOOK HERE: We highly recommended to book space prior your arrival to Arequipa
All prices stated above are subject to change.
Exchange rate $1 USD = S/. 3.02 (rate may vary daily).


  1. Alcoholics drinks
  2. Sleeping Bag (-10ºC)
  3. SHotel in Arequipa
  4. Breakfast on the first day/lunch on the last day
  5. Tips for guide and camp staff.


  1. Backpack 66Lt
  2. Sleeping bag -15ºC (can be hired from our office for $3 USD per day)
  3. Rain gear (plastic ponchos can be purchased in Peru)
  4. Strong comfortable and waterproof footwear
  5. One complete change of clothing
  6. Sweater and jacket (something warm)
  7. Bottle of water 6 Lt minimun per person
  8. Flashlight and batteries
  9. Hat or cap to protect you from the sun
  10. Sun block (sun protection cream)
  11. Toiletries, towel and toilet paper
  12. Selection of small snacks, chocolate, dried fruit, biscuits etc,
  13. Camera, plenty of film and spare batteries
  14. Your personal first aid kit
  15. Optional: walking sticks or poles.
PORTERS will cost $58 USD per day, to carry your personal items. You will need to carry with you a daypack with your Camera, bottle of water, snacks, a fleece or something warm and a poncho in case of rain (unlikely in Dry season but as a precaution) and anything you will need before lunch as porters do not walk alongside you. Your bag will be waiting for you in your tent at campsites.
Please note there are fines if you give an excess of 18 kgs so try to underpack rather than overpack. You can hire a porter from Arequipa to carry your pack over the base camp.

For more information about the tour or you request a new date to departure for this tour, please contact us....
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