Guesthouse | Carretera Nasca - Cusco Km 369, distrito de Sañayca, Apurimac, Peru -
- 24 hour hot showers
- Airport Pickup
- Luggage Room
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Earliest check-in: 12:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00
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About Hotel Tampumayu
Tampumayu was built using native materials from the region; supplied and prepared by
the locals: adobes burned by the sun, roofs made out of eucalyptus logs, reed canes
and tiles, floors made out of eucalyptus boards and furniture made of Andean pine.
Diverse types of birds live on this lagoon, like Parihuanas (local flamingo),
Huallaga (andean goose), ajoya, ajome and 3 native ducks. Trouts and frogs
also live here. It is an area of alpaca’s breeding, stone cabins and curious rock
forms. Sport fishing is allowed.
Small lagoon surrounded by rock forest. Vizcachas, (local wild squirrel) can be easily seen.
Trouts sport fishing is allowed.
Is a rock forest and rock forms of 300 hectares size.
Small rock forest with rock forms looking like petreos animals.
Archeological rests of Huayllaripa
An ancient stone city built between the 10th and 15th century A.D., with Wari and Inca influence. Some meters away there is a colonial temple and chapel, that date from 1790.
Or “lagoon of the Condors” lodges condor nests where they nestle and live the whole year round, in addition to some other varieties of local and migrating birds.
Very well preserved colonial church.
“Andens” are agriculture areas located in the slopes of the Andes where the Inca’s cultivated their crops. This Ccaraybamba andens are 17 kms. long and 3 kms. wide and were used by the Wari’s and the Inca’s. Ccaraybamba, which in quechua language means “give, invite without any interest”, was a very important place for the Wari culture, because of the weather and the way the Andean slopes are located. In the top of Caraybamba are the archeological remains of Pucarccasa, which belong to the Wari’s.
San Pedro de Chuquinga
XVI-XVII colonial church in restoration.
andean community whose hospitable inhabitants still practice their ancient costumes such as the ayni, the minka, bartering and the sowing rituals besides the art of weaving Alpaca wool. Visitors can learn how to spin or weave the wool. In Sañayca, they can rent horses, hike or mountain bike, as well as observe various animal species of singular beauty such as condors, hummingbirds, hawks, deer, foxes, herds of mustangs and with luck, even pumas.