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Who has one? Mine aren't panning out. All I need is a cook and some porters or donkeys. Maybe some transport to the valley.
I never had trouble finding people once I was down there.But, I always liked to meet the people I was going in to the mountains with before committing.
If you have an amex centurion card, the travel concierge that handles Peru has some good contacts.
Have you tried Casa de Zarela? Pretty sure you can find her on FB. If you can’t I should have her email. Lots of people use her for logistics
Mikey Schaefer wrote: Have you tried Casa de Zarela? Pretty sure you can find her on FB. If you can’t I should have her email. Lots of people use her for logistics
Didn't know this, I'll reach out!
We used Christopher benway. He is on Facebook and I suspect you can contact him through Cafe Andino in Haurez.
Nathan Heald might be able to help: http://www.skyhighandes.com/contact.php. He mostly climbs closer to Cusco but I know he's done a bunch in the Cordillera Blanca as well and has contacts.