Salinas and Aguada Blanca reserve
The Salinas and aguada blanca reserve” has one of the most beautiful landscapes in Peru. In addition to its beauty, this reserve has a great variety of wild animals such as Andean foxes, vicuñas, llamas, pumas, etc. If you take this tour during the first half of the year, it is very likely to see waterfowl such as flamingos. This tour is undoubtedly one of the best activities to do in Arequipa.
Price / 99 USD per person
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Included and not included
Excellent tour guide
Entrance tickets to the Hot Springs
Entrance tickets to the Minivolcano
Gratuities for the guide (optional)
Pick up from your accommodation (6:00 am)
We pick up all participants from their hotels. Our pickup area covers the center of Arequipa, Bajo Selva Alegre district and Yanahuara district.
Departure to the reserve (6:30 am)
We leave in the direction of the lagoon of the Salinas reserve. During the tour you will see the beautiful desert landscape, wild animals and the imposing volcanoes that surround the city. We will make several stops so you can enjoy nature and take photos.
Salinas Lagoon (9:00 am)
After 2 hours of driving we arrive at the lagoon of the Salinas reserve. This lagoon is perfect for watching water birds such as flamingos and Pariguanas. In addition, the lagoon is a perfect place to take photos playing with the water mirrors.
Hot springs and minivolcano (11:00 am)
A visit to the hot springs is included in this tour. The thermal waters of Arequipa are known for having different minerals that are good for the skin, something that many travelers certainly do not miss. The hot springs that we visit are located right next to a small volcano that we will have the opportunity to see and that is the one that heats the water of the hot springs.
Return to Arequipa (13:00)
After a beautiful tour enjoying the reserve, we will return straight to Arequipa and will drop you off at your accommodation.
What to bring
- Comfy shoes
- Hut or cap
- Mosquito repellent
Are you ready to experience Arequipa?