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Share the experience with Native Community of Ausangate 3 Days

Share the experience with Native Community of Ausangate 3 Days

Share the experience with Native Community of Ausangate 3 Days

from $ 120.00

Overview

The experience of the ausangate hike 3 days allows us to know one of the most popular natural destinations today hidden by the snowy mountains and allowing us to spend the night in the town of Pacchanta enjoying its pleasant hot springs. This experience is intended for all people who have an adequate and optimal state of health to the necessary demand, you can do it individually to meet new people, as a couple or with friends to share emotions and also as a family to live an unforgettable adventure,This 3-day experience with the native community of Ausangate promises a profound journey, combining natural exploration with genuine cultural immersion, fostering a mutual understanding and appreciation between visitors and the local inhabitant.

Highlights

  • Homestay Experience: Immerse yourself in the community’s daily life by staying with a local family.
  • Guided Exploration: Discover the natural beauty of Ausangate with knowledgeable local guides.
  • Cultural Exchange: Engage in meaningful interactions, learning about traditions, ceremonies, and the cultural heritage of the community.
  • Hands-on Activities: Participate in agricultural work and craft workshops to actively contribute to and appreciate the community’s way of life.
  • Sustainable Tourism: Contribute to the community’s well-being and economic sustainability through responsible tourism practices.

Trip Details

Day 1: Arrival and Cultural Welcome

  • Arrive at the native community near Ausangate, where you’ll be warmly welcomed by local residents. Begin with an introduction to the community’s history, traditions, and cultural practices.
  • Homestay Accommodation:Settle into a homestay with a local family. This accommodation provides an authentic glimpse into the daily lives of the community members, fostering a direct connection with their way of life.
  • Cultural Exchange:Engage in a cultural exchange with community members. Participate in traditional ceremonies, share stories, and learn about the significance of local customs. Enjoy a traditional Andean meal prepared by your host family.

Day 2: Exploration of Ausangate’s Natural Beauty

  • Guided Hike to Ausangate:Embark on a guided hike to explore the stunning landscapes around Ausangate. Marvel at the glacial lakes, vibrant mountain flora, and the awe-inspiring presence of the sacred mountain itself.
  • Picnic in Nature:Enjoy a picnic lunch amidst the breathtaking scenery. Your local guide will share insights into the spiritual and cultural significance of Ausangate, providing a deeper understanding of its role in the community.
  • Return to the Community:Head back to the community in the late afternoon. Spend the evening participating in cultural activities such as traditional music and dance, and perhaps even join in preparing a communal meal.

Day 3: Community Engagement and Farewell

  • Agricultural Experience:Start your day with a hands-on agricultural experience. Work alongside community members in their fields, gaining insight into traditional farming practices and the significance of agriculture in their lives.
  • Craft Workshops:Participate in craft workshops, learning traditional skills such as weaving or pottery. Local artisans will guide you through the process, allowing you to create your own handmade souvenirs to take home.
  • Closing Ceremony and Farewell:Conclude your 3-day experience with a closing ceremony, during which the community may express their gratitude for your visit. Exchange farewells with your host family and community members

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival and Cultural - Welcome - Family

Departure from cusco 6:00am.
the bus cusco – Tinki is 4 hours. Aprx.

  • Arrive at the native community near Ausangate, where you’ll be warmly welcomed by local residents. Begin with an introduction to the community’s history, traditions, and cultural practices.
  • Homestay Accommodation:Settle into a homestay with a local family. This accommodation provides an authentic glimpse into the daily lives of the community members, fostering a direct connection with their way of life.
  • Cultural Exchange:Engage in a cultural exchange with community members. Participate in traditional ceremonies, share stories, and learn about the significance of local customs. Enjoy a traditional Andean meal prepared by your host family.

 

Day 2: Exploration of Ausangate's Natural Beauty

  • Breakfast 7:00am.
  • Guided Hike to Ausangate:Embark on a guided hike to explore the stunning landscapes around Ausangate. Marvel at the glacial lakes, vibrant mountain flora, and the awe-inspiring presence of the sacred mountain itself.
  • Picnic in Nature:Enjoy a picnic lunch amidst the breathtaking scenery. Your local guide will share insights into the spiritual and cultural significance of Ausangate, providing a deeper understanding of its role in the community.
  • Return to the Community:Head back to the community in the late afternoon. Spend the evening participating in cultural activities such as traditional music and dance, and perhaps even join in preparing a communal meal.

Day 3: Community Engagement and Farewell

6:00am Early breakfast with the families to start the hike of 5 hrs.

  • Agricultural Experience:Start your day with a hands-on agricultural experience. Work alongside community members in their fields, gaining insight into traditional farming practices and the significance of agriculture in their lives.
  • Craft Workshops:Participate in craft workshops, learning traditional skills such as weaving or pottery. Local artisans will guide you through the process, allowing you to create your own handmade souvenirs to take home.
  • Closing Ceremony and Farewell:Conclude your 3-day experience with a closing ceremony, during which the community may express their gratitude for your visit. Exchange farewells with your host family and community members

Included

  • Transport from your Cusco – Tinki – Pacchanta
  • Return Tinki – Cusco
  • Food and drink during the tour.
  • Breckfast , Lunch , Dinner
  • First aid kit and emergency oxygen bottle
  • Professional, knowledgeable bilingual guide (Spanish-English)
  • overnight with the community

No Included

  • First lunch
  • The last dinner
  • Tips
  • entrance to the thermal baths
  • Ausangate Entrance
  • some not mentioned in the program

What To Bring

  • Hiking poles (or you can rent one pair from us).
  • Rain gear (especially if traveling in the wet season, from October to March).
  • Comfortable hiking clothes, including warm clothes for the nighttime.
  • Good hiking boots with protector ankle or similar, and one pair of flip-flops or light sandals.
  • Sunblock and sunglasses.
  • Hiking long sleeve T-shirts.
  • Hiking trousers.
  • Ear Plugs.
  • Thermal layers (pants, t-shirt).
  • Hiking socks.
  • Water bottle or canteen.
  • American dollars and Peruvian soles in cash.
  • Sun hat, cap, and warm hat and gloves for the nighttime.
  • Toilet paper, and face tissue paper.
  • Credit or debit card.
  • Anti-inflammatory tablets (e.g. Ibuprofen).
  • Personal first-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Acetazolamide (Diamox), Band-Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may take).

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