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Rio Abiseo National Park

Rio Abiseo National Park lies within San Martin, an area of the world that is renowned for its captivating rural landscapes.

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Rio Abiseo National Park is 300 miles north of the capital city, Lima.

See what local events are taking place in the surrounding region and head out to Huayocari or Juanjui.

San Martin provides tourists with a number of leisurely outdoor pursuits, such as bird watching and wildlife watching.

If you want to broaden your knowledge of the region, there are a range of intriguing tours you can join in on, such as guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours.

Enjoy a break from sightseeing and spend a few relaxing hours rafting or canoeing.

Spend some time exploring the region's art museums, nature museums and history museums. These cultural hotspots are well frequented by travelers, particularly when the weather is a little moody.

Get outside and discover the region with a day trip to its pleasant gardens.

Age-old tales come alive when you visit the historic sites of San Martin. Don't miss its old towns and archeological sites.

Are you looking for a place of peace and contemplation? Don't miss spending time at the region's churches.

Trying out traditional cuisine is about more than just filling your stomach. It's a glimpse into a region's heart and soul.

Look around for chicken and tawri, two renowned local ingredients.

Pachamanca (beef, herb and vegetable feast) and ceviche (raw fish in lime juice) are well-known dishes you'll want to try.

If you want indugle in a delectable dessert, mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk) is recommended.

Satisfy your thirst with a pint of cold, crisp beer. Arequipeña is right up there with the best.

If you are not really a drinker, Inca Kola (Peruvian Coca Cola) is usually available.

If you want to drink like a local, order some Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink), a fiery liquor.

Perhaps one of the sincerest courtesies you can offer to the locals is to take the trouble to familiarize yourself with a few common words and phrases in their language. ¿Querría bailar conmigo? is Spanish for would you like to dance. There's also Buenas tardes, which translates as good afternoon.

You should be happy to learn that the 28th of July is Independence Day, a day of celebration throughout the nation.

As the sun sets on your adventures, spend what's left of your soles on last-minute gifts and bid "Adiós" to the new friends you've made and the places you've seen.

If you intend on traveling by plane, please be advised that the handiest airport is roughly 100 miles to the northeast.


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