It has been more than 18,000 kilometres of road travel. We have been to the Pleistocene refuge of the Yanachaga Chemillén National Park, in Oxapampa, a site that nature has kept intact since the age of the dinosaurs.
We also woke up in the Salinas Lagoon, in the Salinas y Aguada Blanca National Reserve, in Arequipa, at 4,300 m.a.s.l., surrounded by Misti, Chachani, Pichu Pichu and Ubinas. Yes, all at the same time. We also kayaked across the Purhuay Lagoon, the largest in the Huascaran National Park, in Huari, with a warm climate and an altitude of 3,500 metres that does not take your breath away, unlike other altitudinal levels.