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Humantay is a mountain (5473 m.a.s.l ) that is located in the Vilcabamba Mountain Range in the Peruvian Andes. The Humantay Lake is surrounded of magnificent glaciers that are formed in this area, among them the majestic snowcapped mountain of Salkantay and Humantay which once they start thawing create the splendid Humantay Lake. This natural wonder is a favorite destination for tourists throughout the year. The local flora and fauna of the surrounding area just enhance the beauty of the lake and will meet any expectations of those who visit this natural wonder.



What will you do?

  • Pickup very early in the morning and transfer to the town of Mollepata.
  • Once we arrive to Mollepata, a basic breakfast is provided and once finished, we continue to Soraypampa. This is the starting point for our trekking and is located at 3900 m.a.s.l.
  • We walk uphill for about 1 and ½ hours until we arrive to “Humantay Lake”, this lake is located at 4180 m.a.s.l. we take a break here with enough time to enjoy the views and take amazing pictures.
  • We return back and descend to Soraypampa where our tourist bus will be awaiting us, we drive to the town of Mollepata.
  • In Mollepata, we will enjoy a buffett lunch.
  • Finally, we drive back from Mollepata to Cusco. Arrival time will be around 18:00.

Make your reservation in advance and thus we will obtain the best train schedules



  • Transfer Cusco - Soraypampa - Cusco
  • 01 basic breakfast + 01 buffet lunch
  • Professional bilingual guide.
  • Entrance fee to Humantay Lake.
  • Permanent monitoring of the passengers.
  • Any other meals not mentioned in the tour.
  • Any additional expenses not mentioned
  • Money transfer fees.
  • IGV Peruvian passengers.

Important to Bring in your Luggage:

  • Original, valid passport.
  • Cash in dollars and soles.
  • Photo camera.
  • Wide hat or cap for the sun.
  • Sun glasses.
  • Sunscreen lotion.
  • Mosquito repellent, lotion / cream.
  • Comfortable trekking shoes.
  • Comfortable pants for walking.
  • Jacket or coat for the cold cities in the tour.

Lima – Capital city of Peru.

Lima is located on the central coast of the country. The city is on the shores of the pacific ocean and has an estimated 8, 5 million inhabitants. On January the 18th 1535, the city was founded and was given the name of ”King´s city”. Nowadays, the city is the political, financial, and cultural center of the country. Lima is the third most populous city in Hispanic America and also ranks fifth in the most populous cities in South America.

Cusco – Capital city of the Inca Empire.

Cusco o “Qosqo” which in Quechua means ”Navel of the world”, is a city located in the southeast part of the country and also situated in the eastern part of the Andes mountain chain. Cusco is known as the ”Historic capital of the country”. This is because it was the capital of the Inca Empire. The city boasts several churches, palaces, and squares in baroque and neoclassical styles. All these attractions make Cusco the main touristic attraction in Peru. UNESCO has declared Cusco as a ”World Heritage Site” in 1983.



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