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The colonial city of Ayacucho, situated in the central highlands at an altitude of 2,750 meters (9,000 ft.) above sea level is one of Peru’s most picturesque cities. It is famous for its Easter procession, its 200 year old university, its numerous baroque-styled churches of Moorish influence, and famous handicrafts. Although Ayacucho is marked by Spanish architecture, many pre-hispanic cultures, such as the Wari empire and the Chanca regional state, flourished here.

Price per Person Twin Rooms Single Rooms
Land Only From: $ 000.00 From:$ 000.00
 Day 01 / Ayacucho

Upon arrival reception, assistance and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon tour showing the best of the city, including the Plaza de Armas, Huamanga University, colonial churches and the Cathedral.

 Day 02 / Ayacucho – Wari – Pampa de Quinua

Morning excursion to the ruins of Wari, 20 kms. (12 miles) North of Ayacucho, the ancient capital of the Wari Empire, whose influence extended over much of Peru around 700 AD, and to the Pampa de Quinua, site of the closing battle in the Spanish independence war. (B)

 Day 03
Transfer to the airport for departure flight. (B) *Daily.