The hats of the Colca

Posted 05/03/13 by & filed under Alive cultures, Blog.

In the Colca Valley can be found two nationalities clearly identified by their hats. The Collaguas, natives of origin Aymara, live in the high parts of the valley dedicated to raise camels and sheep, their hats are white decorated with colored sequins and made of a hard material.

Callalli Castles

Posted 24/01/13 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

The town of Callalli is located on the top of Colca, place of connection for different paths that lead to Cusco and Puno. It´s also the starting point for some of the adventure activities that take place at this area, such as hiking and mountain biking. Callalli´s people are expert traders of craft, commerce, potato… Read more »

MTB in Colca

Posted 28/12/12 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

The Colca Valley is one of the great destinations to practice extreme sports, including mountain bike. Most of the activities offered in Chivay are related to condors bird watching and the canyon. But more foreigners are looking for experience that have to do more with nature, sports and local communities. With MTB you can combine… Read more »

Iglesia de la Compañía

Posted 08/11/12 by & filed under Blog, Monumentos e Historia.

In one corner of the main square stands a beautiful baroque style church built by the Jesuits. This temple that took 100 years to be built is the epitome of Arequipa architectural style and is one of the most beautiful churches of the city. It was began to raise in 1578, but an earthquake destroyed… Read more »