Our Humantay Lake tour 1 day, is located in the town of Soraypampa Mollepata district, 3 hours away by bus. The Humantay Lake is a natural attraction famous for its turquoise waters, is located over 4200 masl, and is surrounded by the Andes Mountains, among its important glaciers is the majestic snow-capped Salkantay and Humantay.
The Humantay Lagoon is one of the many hidden gems of the highland region of Peru. A destination that has been gaining popularity in recent years, it is an impressive lagoon at the foot of an immense mass of snow.
Be astonished by the Humantay Lake after a challenging uphill hike. Feel the striking presence of two sacred mountains covered in white such as the Apu Salkantay and Apu Humantay. Enter a paradisiacal world where the perpetual snows melt and suddenly acquire an impressive turquoise color.
Activities : Trekking Adventure
Transport to Soraypampa: 3½ to 4 hours by bus from Cusco.
Difficulty level: 3 out of 5
Hiking distance: 7 km / 4.3 miles
Hiking time: 2½ to 3 hours approximately.
Maximum altitude: 4200 masl / 13779 ft.
Departure day: Daily departures.
Finish: Return to Cusco around 17:45 pm.
Our excursion to the Humantay Lake tour 1 day is very awesome, majestic and stunning for all those tourists who come to it; it is important to mention that for a long time the lake was part of the tourist route to the snowy Salkantay, however, for some time, began to make the route to visit the lake in one day and no longer have to make the trek of several days to see it and enjoy it.
If you are looking for new and beautiful landscapes and above all that can be done in one day, we have the Humantay Lake 1 day tour, which is one of the new natural attractions that we are offering, being a new alternative to the traditional tours in the city of Cusco.
The Humantay Lake is located in the province of Anta, district of Mollepata on the route to the snowy Salkantay (6,271 m.a.s.l.). The origin of the Humantay Lake (4,250 masl) is glacial because it originates in the snowy Humantay (5,450 masl) located in the central Peruvian Andes of the Vilcabamba chain whose highest peak is the Salkantay (6,271 masl).
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