Popular Photography Tours in Huaraz
Our most recommended Huaraz Photography Tours
1. Huaraz: 3-hour Trek to Laguna 69 with Optional Lunch
Your day will start at 5:00 AM, when your group departs Huaraz to head north. A small stop will be made at 7:00 AM to buy breakfast and snacks for the road at Yungay. Around 9:00 AM, you will approach the Cordillera Blanca and enter Huascarán National Park via Quebrada de Llanganuco. Here, you will make a quick photo stop at the lakes of Chinancocha and Orconcocha. You will arrive in Cebollapampa and start the 8 km hike to Laguna 69, located at 4620 meters above sea level. The famous Laguna 69 is one of 400 lagoons in the Huascarán National Park. It is known for being a glacial lagoon with intensely blue waters, framed by a snowy mountain range, from where waterfalls flow down to the base of the lagoon. You’ll stay at the lake for about 30 minutes, and use your time to take photos and enjoy the view, as well as to rest. If you choose the private option, you will eat your packed lunch...
2. Huaraz: Pastoruri Glacier Day Trip
After pickup from your hotel in Huaraz, you will head to the South-East of the Callejón de Huaylas, passing by traditional towns like Recuay, Ticapampa and Catac. Arriving at Huascarán National Park, visit Pumashimin Lake, also known as the Lake of Seven Colors. You will also explore the nearby cave paintings. Next, trek for approximately 40-60 minutes to the Pastoruri Glacier, taking time to appreciate its formation and lagoons. After returning to the bus, you will head to a restaurant in Ticapampa or Catac, where meals cost about 15 soles for lunch. You'll then head back to Huaraz. If you choose the private option, the bus will stop in a quiet area with a scenic view. Lunch will be served by the guide and the driver.
3. Huaraz: Llanganuco Lake Day Trip
Departing from Huaraz city, you’ll head to the northern part of the Callejón de Huaylas. When arriving at Carhuaz, you will visit its principal church and the main square. You will also have the chance to try the local-style ice cream prepared with fruits typical of the area. The route continues to the ancient city of Yungay, which was buried by an avalanche during the earthquake of May 1970. Next, head to the Huascarán National Park via Quebrada de Llanganuco. Here, you will make a stop at the Llanganuco lagoons. The first lake, Chinancocha, is located at the foot of Mount Huascaran. It is characterized by the intense green turquoise color of its waters and the thick forests that grow on its shores. The other smaller lake, called Orconcocha, is located at the end of the glacier valley, and its waters are light blue. If you choose the private option, you will enjoy a stop for lunch ove...
4. From Huaraz: Huascaran National Park Private Full-Day Tour
Start with pickup from your hotel in Huaraz at 7:00 AM. Travel north through the Callejon de Huaylas Valley, passing by many small villages throughout the journey. See the beautiful mountains of Huandoy, Huascaran, Hualcan, and Copa with a short stop for photos. Stop at the small village of Carhuaz and enjoy some time to relax at the Plaza de Armas. Continue to the town of Yungay, where you will visit the site of a landslide which destroyed much of the town in 1970. Take a 45-minute guided visit and learn about earthquake and subsequent landslide that claimed thousands of lives. Make your way to the start of the unpaved trail which follows the course of the Paron River in Huascaran National Park. Enjoy a short walk passing eucalyptus trees and typical local houses. Then begin the drive to Paron Lake. Hike around the lake and admire its beautiful turquoise blue color. After some time en...
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