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Chavin de Huantar
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Chavin de Huantar Vacation Packages
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Lima, the country's capital, sits 170 miles to the south of Chavin de Huantar.
Spend a day relaxing amid the splendor of this region's natural attractions. Two nearby locations are Huascaran National Park (16 miles away) and Lake Churup (25 miles away).
Hear tales from yesteryear at Chavin de Huantar Archaeological Site and Chavín de Huántar. You won't be disappointed with a trip to these nearby historical attractions.
If you're keen to explore more of the area, you'll find Huaraz 20 miles to the west and Huascaren National Park 25 miles to the northwest.
There are plenty of outdoor activities in Ancash for when you want to get up and get active. Get your pulse up with some mountain biking or rock climbing.
Cycling in this region is a fabulous way to unwind while having fun. Shore fishing is also popular among travelers who enjoy taking it easy.
Explore the culture of the region by taking part in some guided nature walks and city walking tours.
Those who would like to discover their more adventurous side ought to take to the skies for a bit of paragliding.
There are several energizing outdoorsy activities if you have a love of having fun in the water. Canoeing and boating are two of the great reasons to get wet.
Take a trip to the region's history museums. These cultural hotspots are popular among visitors, especially when the weather is unpleasant.
Take a nice walk and fill your lungs with fresh air at the region's open-air museums and open-air markets.
Armchair historians will find plenty of things to keep them busy. Don't forget to take your camera when you make the trip out to the region's ruins, old towns and archeological sites.
Learn about the region's religious side by spending a quiet afternoon at its numerous churches.
Trying out different cuisines is one of the best ways to learn about a destination. So be sure to visit some of this region's restaurants and cafés.
You may not have given much thought to the intricacies of chicken and pork before, but you will no doubt be an expert on these characteristic ingredients by the end of the trip!
Ceviche (raw fish in lime juice) and chanfainita (beef lung dish) are just two sought-after dishes with their own distincitve tastes.
Delectable desserts, such as mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk), are certainly worth a try.
Grab a table at the nearest bar and take a load off with a few cold ones. If you ask for the region's best, the bartender will probably offer you a Arequipeña.
If you're in the mood for something non-alcoholic, Inca Kola (Peruvian Coca Cola) is usually available.
You'll probably see some locals savoring a glass of Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink), a well-known liquor here.
Learning some of the language is a simple way to cross the cultural divide, so be sure to memorize a few handy Spanish expressions and greetings before you depart. ¡Perdón! means excuse me in Spanish. There's also Buenas tardes, which is how you say good afternoon.
Visiting on the 28th of July means you'll have a front-row seat for Independence Day.
It might be hard to say "Adiós" to Chavin de Huantar, but find comfort in the fact that this special part of the world will always be here waiting for you to one day make your way back.
Once you're ready to catch your flight, it's good to remember that the nearest airport is approximately 170 miles to the northwest.