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Cabanaconde Description    

From the Mirador its a 20-minute bus ride to this friendly village at 3287 m, the last in the Colca Canyon. To walk from the Mirador to Cabanaconde (three hours), follow the road until Cabanaconde is in sight, then turn off the road 50 m after a small reservoir down a walled track. After about 1 km turn left onto an old Inca road and continue down to rejoin the road into Cabanaconde. The indigenous people of this part of the canyon are Cabanas. Cabanaconde plaza is brimming with life. Women squat on their haunches, selling bruised fruit and a few knobbly root crops. Their distinctive flower-patterned hats, voluminous skirts and intricately embroidered blouses bring a splash of colour to the uniform brown adobe buildings. Children tend sheep, goats and llamas; old men lead burdened mules while pigs laze in the sun and chickens peck at the ground. At dusk, large groups of animals wander back into the village to the corrals adjoining most houses. The views into the canyon are excellent and condors can be seen from the hill just west of the village, a 15-minute walk from the plaza. From here, youll also see the amazing terraces to the south of the village, arguably the most attractive in the valley. The hill is surrounded by a 2-km-long Huari wall, which is 6 m high and 4 m wide in places. It also encompasses the village football field where it is possible to see condors overflying a late-afternoon game. Cabanaconde provides an excellent base for visiting the region. Interesting trekking and climbing lies all around the village, and local guides are beginning to see new opportunities for biking and horse riding in this amazing landscape. Many locals are keen to encourage respectful tourism in the area. Theres a tourist information office attended by friendly locals willing to give plenty of advice, if not maps. Its a good place to find trekking guides and muleteers. It takes two days to walk from Chivay to Cabanaconde (70 km) but you can camp along the route. You will have to walk all day in the sun there is no shade so youll need plenty of drinking water and sun block. Mule hire is US$30 a day including guide (ask if they have a saddle). You can hike for three days through the local villages and return by bus as an alternative to a two-day tour.

A popular alternative to the tourist hangout of Chivay, Cabanaconde is the last of five villages stretching across the southern edge of Colca Canyon. Although the road doesn't end here, it does become a bit rougher as it heads into more remote landscapes. The town's quiet atmosphere and inexpensive hostels make it a good place to rest and relax before making the 15-minute bus trip (or three-hour walk) to nearby Cruz del Condór. For a less touristy view of the birds, head to the hill just west of the village, a 15-minute walk from the plaza. (We can't guarantee that you'll see the birds, but it's worth a shot). While you're in town, check out San Pedro Alcán, which was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1784 and has a sun, moon, and stars carved onto its foreboding façade. Electricity is scare in town, so be sure to bring your torch/flashlight. There is also a path that leads from town down into the canyon and up to the village of Tapay.

 
Treks in Cabanaconde
Treks in Cabanaconde  
Sangalle Oasis Trek    

The trek to the Sangalle Oasis at the bottom of the Canyon can be made in one day, or at a slower pace, in two. Most people who hike down camp overnight at the pleasant oasis, enjoying the more moderate climate and relaxing in the swimming pool to be found there. The trail can be treacherous in places and the way down can take two to three hours with the steeper return route taking up to four hours. Snacks, simple food and water can be purchased at the bottom. It is also possible to hire tents or hut-style accommodation there. Beware of locals posing as officials, trying to take money from you. At the time of writing you do not have to pay to hike here. Make sure to take lots of water, sunscreen and snacks with you on the hike.

Andagua Trek    

The Cabanaconde-Andagua Trek into the Colca Canyon is challenging but worth the effort. The route passes through unspoiled scenery with craggy volcanic peaks, isolated villages, terraces, lava flows and people in traditional costume. Along the way it is sometimes possible to spot condors, eagles, deer and vizcacha. The trail heads out from Cabanaconde, through the villages of Choco, Miña and Chachas, finally arriving in Andagua anywhere from four to six days later. While the hike is only approximately 60 km, it is recommended to do this hike over five days as the terrain makes for difficult hiking in places with steep ascents and drops. The hike is best enjoyed in the dry season, between May and September. Accommodation along the way varies between camping and simple homestays in the little villages. The hikes usually include the cost of mules to carry the luggage, the guide, accommodation and food. Take care on the trek. There are risks of altitude sickness due to the steep rises and descents, sunburn and dehydration. Make sure you take a sleeping bag, warm clothes (it can get chilly at altitude at night), rain wear, decent footwear, a flashlight, a hat, sunblock, toiletries and insect repellent. Also, don’t forget snacks and water—distances between villages can be lengthy.

Hotels in Cabanaconde  
Kuntur Wasi Cabanaconde Hotels Rating 100% - 1 ratings
This hotel is arguably the best spot in town, in an attractive building surrounded by a pretty garden>>>
Hostal Valle del Fuego Cabanaconde Hotels Rating 0% - 0 ratings
Hostal Valle del Fuego is in an adobe house with a distinctly rustic feel, conveniently located in the town center >>>
La Posada del Conde Cabanaconde Hotels Rating 0% - 0 ratings
This hotel is a good choice with a pleasant atmosphere and comfortable and clean rooms which have private bathrooms >>>
     

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