Watching the giant but graceful birds soar was breathtaking. At one point there were 20 of them circling and gliding.
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Get off the bus at the start of the walk way before the cross. Walk towards the cross and if you are lucky with dry, warm and windy weather the condors will start to float above you. Condor cross itself is a mass of tour...More
I can't give this 5 as although i did see condors, they were literally miles away. As a result i could gauge how spectacular they were. That being said, this viewpoint is spacious with toilets and many vendors for drinks and snacks. Views of the...More
It is a great trip to view the Condors and the Colca Canyon. It seems that by November Condors move to the cost, so try to do your trip by the end of October.
Do stay in Chivay or surrounds,it's a great base for reaching the Colca Canyon, some great viewpoints enroute to Condor Cros and these giant chilled out predators. Do leave plenty of time do dit in peace and respect these Sacred Mountains & do have the...More
I hear we were lucky. There are around 40-50 condors living in the canyon, but we visited during the nesting season, which meant adults tended to stay in their nests. Our guide told us that it was impossible to predict how many would come out,...More
Climbing to the edge of the canyon and seeing Condors flying past is out of this world. You can stay for hours just watching them circle up and down the canyon
We stayed in Colca lodge and left at 6.30 without stopping enroute. We arrived around 7.30. We saw around 15 of the 45 condors in the country. All flying one after one. We were apparently lucky. However the show was over by 8.15. Great views...More