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All reviews cruz del condor condors flying colca canyon worth the wait deepest canyon your eyes worth the trip arrive early walked down public bus avoid the crowds stunning views unique experience our tour guide condor viewing colonial tours the main square
Arrived early, about 8 before the crowds and stayed 2 hours, saw about 20 condors initially just sitting on rocks then we had fantastic views of them flying low over our heads and over the canyon before they soared off.
Overall, just stunning.
There are two reasons whey tour groups arrive very early. One is that they are generally leaving the area in the afternoon and need to get away. The other, more important reason is the thermals in the canyon. As sun rises and the temperature increases...More
Our tour group set off from the Hotel fairly early in order to catch sight of the Condors in flight. We were allowed one and a half hours to wait for them to emerge. The clock ticked by and three Condors were spotted way down...More
We left our hotel very early (about 6:30 am) in order to have a chance to see the condors. We were one of the first groups to arrive and a large group of about 10 or more condors was soaring on the wind as our...More
Mountains, the worlds deepest canyon with majestic condors soaring. Wow! You gotta see this amazing place. On the way up, there are numerous canyon vista views including the ancient agricultural terraces.
This is one of the few spots in the world from where you can watch or study the worlds biggest bird - The Condor. Go early and try to be in one of the viewing spots between 8 and 9.30 am and you will be...More
We got picked up by a taxi our hotel arranged (Belmond Las Casitas) around 7am. I think we probably arrived around 7:45 which was perfect timing. The main spot was pretty crowded so we walked down to a lower viewing area that wasn't too crowded...More