altitude sickness in Cusco?Duration

altitude sickness in Cusco?Maximum height2545 msnm

altitude sickness in Cusco?Type of ToursTrekking

altitude sickness in Cusco?FoodsNo Incluido

Difficulty levelEasy

altitude sickness in Cusco?

The city of Cusco is located at 3,400 meters above sea level. It is possible to feel some discomfort and dizziness due to the altitude, known in Peru as soroche. It is recommended to take a pill for dizziness 30 minutes before arriving in the city.

The first thing you have to do when you arrive in Cusco or Puno is to rest for at least a couple of hours so that your body gets used to the height. You can take the opportunity to visit the sites in the city center first, avoiding activities that require physical effort. Therefore, it is convenient to eat light foods the first few days. Coca tea or mate is undoubtedly a great ally right now.

The altitude of the city of Puno is 3,827 meters above sea level. It is possible to feel some discomfort and dizziness due to altitude sickness, known in Peru as soroche. It is recommended to take some pill for dizziness 30 minutes before. For altitude sickness, rest for the first few days and particularly avoid physical exertion; Also take coca tea or pills.

Hydrate properly, especially in high altitude areas and with bottled or properly treated water. Climate in Cusco In Cusco, the months of June and October, are the ideal ones to visit it since you will find a bright sun from very early. In the month of November the rainy season begins, a period that runs until the month of March, so we suggest, during these months, always carry a raincoat or an umbrella with you.

What we recommend when traveling to Cusco (Machu Picchu) is to take the necessary protective measures against mosquito bites and sunrays: wear sunscreen, insect repellent, hats or caps and sunglasses.

 

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