Humantay Blue Lake Trek 1 Day
If your passion is to enjoy nature and trekking, this place is ideal. Humanity is a snow-covered mountain that is part of the Andean mountain range, among these the majestic Salkantay and Humantay mountains, which at the thaw gives rise to the lagoon that, due to its unique turquoise colour, generates the interest of foreign and national visitors. The walk to the place will make you feel a sense of peace and tranquillity thanks to its natural beauty with which you will find yourself. Look at¡; This 1 Day trekking expedition will take you at the base of the sacred Humantay snow peak (5,650meters; 18,536 feet), considered by the local natives to be the “Guardian Spirit of the Jungle” and will provide you with the opportunity to experience with your own eyes the remote native villages, secluded rivers, teal lake (Humantay Lake) and region’s other ecological biodiversity.
Would you like a remote experience in the Andes? If so, then go by it¡
The Humantay Lake Tour is available in Group or Private Service.
Early morning pick up from your hotel or accommodation in Cusco at approx. 4:30 A. M. You will then begin the 3.5-hour drive to the trail head in Soraypampa. You will pass through the small town of Mollepata and continue to Soraypampa for breakfast. After breakfast, your trek will start by visiting Humantay Lagoon, where you will hike approximately 1.5 hours along a steady uphill. After enjoying this magical and crystalline lake, you will make your way back down by the same path to the main trail where other hikers continue the Salkantay trek. You will have lunch in Soraypampa or nearby and you will get your first and last views of Salkantay peak. After enjoying lunch you will catch Discover Satori van and head back to Cusco and getting in your hotel aprox. At 5:30 pm.
End of our services
- Professional guides (English and Spanish).
- Tourist Transportation and Professional Driver.
- Breakfast and Lunch.
- First aid kit and oxygen balloon.
- Entrance Ticket.
- Walking sticks (5.00 USD).
- Water and snack.
- Services not mentioned.
What you to Bring
- Passport or identity document
- Small backpack
- Camell Back or water bottle, (snacks and more).
- Hat or cap for the sun and sunglasses.
- Sunscreen, lipstick, toilet paper
- Trekking sneakers
- Light and warm clothes, gloves, scarf, jacket
- Waterproof jacket/rain poncho if your visit is between the months of October to March.
- Walking sticks.
- Camera and extra batteries
- Extra cash (Soles).