The new "Road fruit, cocoa and chuncho aromatic coffee", offers visitors spectacular scenery in the jungle of Cusco, and flavors that will delight your senses
The District Municipality of Quellouno-La Convention, the Regional Board of Trade, Foreign Trade and Tourism of Cusco (Dircetur) signed an agreement to promote local tourism to this new route also offers attractive as is the flowering of Puya Raimondi, which blooms every 100 years.
The journey starts from Cusco, passing by Pisac then you get to Calca where the climb to the Abra de Lares starts, once a stop on the archaeological site of Ancashmarca is made.
Upon reaching the Abra de Lares begins the descent into the valley, you reach Pampacorrales sector where you can see the Puya Raimondi. The production is 5 million flowers and there are approximately 10 million seeds.
To go deeper into the forest you reach the Manto, the boundary between the districts of Lares with Yanatile sector; at this point it is located in cave paintings, they say that you achieve decipher these have access to the "Paititi" lost golden city of the Incas.
The trip continues along the so-called cloud forest; where natural falls are part of the landscape; kilometers below you reach the district populated Quellouno to Chancamayo center, where is the delicious orange Huando, among other fruits as well as cacao chuncho, high quality.
Arriving in the capital itself Quellouno district, visitors can taste the best aromatic coffee, and learn how to toast ready.
This new route offers local tourists and party every weekend a bus with 30 people who know a new alternative for sightseeing.