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Pillcopata Vacation Packages
Pillcopata Vacation Packages
It can be found approximately 390 miles from Lima, the capital city of Peru.
Want to take a day trip? Chontachaka Ecological Reserve is 9 miles to the south, while Las Cruces is 16 miles to the southwest.
San Jeronimo, a regional center, is another great place to visit. It's 55 miles from Pillcopata and boasts a wide range of worthwhile things to see, including Agua Buena Recreational Park, Cochahuasi Animal Sanctuary and Real Plaza Cusco. Don't turn back until you've also explored Cantalloc Aqueduct and Incan Citadel.
Get outdoors and make your own adventure. You can try mountain biking or mountain climbing.
It's hard to feel stressed after spending the day cycling. Shore fishing is another nice way to wash away your troubles in Cusco.
Looking to do something different? Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and culinary tours can be an excellent way to sightsee in the region.
While you're making your way through Cusco, try something that is truly unforgettable. Paragliding through the clouds is sure to leave a long-lasting impression.
Enjoy a break from touring around and spend some time rafting and canoeing.
To experience the culture of Cusco, visit the region's art museums, nature museums, history museums, art galleries, theaters and mansions.
Enjoy the fresh air and see how the locals spend their free time at the region's well-known open-air museums, farms, open-air markets and gardens.
If you're not already a history aficionado, you're sure to be one after touring the region's interesting ruins, old towns and archeological sites.
Spend some time at the region's churches, cathedrals and monasteries and enjoy some peaceful contemplation.
Take your taste buds on an adventure through the flavors and aromas of Cusco.
Tourists will no doubt note an abundance of chicken and tawri, two well-known regional ingredients.
Don't leave without trying pachamanca (beef, herb and vegetable feast) and ceviche (raw fish in lime juice).
And when it comes time for dessert, you won't be able to resist some mouthwatering mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk).
Get yourself a bottle of Arequipeña, one of this region's best beers.
Whatever the time of day, you can always enjoy a non-alcoholic Inca Kola (Peruvian Coca Cola),
To wrap up a great night, order some Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink), a beloved spirit.
Before you set off on your trip, why not try to learn a selection of helpful phrases in Spanish? ¿Cómo estás? is how you say how are you. Bien gracias, ¿y tú? is also good to know. It means fine thanks, and you.
You will be happy to know that the 28th of July is Independence Day, a day of celebration throughout the nation.
As your vacation comes to an end, spend your remaining soles on last-minute souvenirs and say an emotional "Adiós" to this wonderful place and the people who call it home.
When it's time for your flight back to reality, make your way to the nearest airport. It's 55 miles to the southwest.