What To Expect
We depart from the farming town of Punata. In this region, we shall appreciate the importance of corn to the economy of its inhabitants, from the production of that food to the elaboration of the chicha, which is the favorite drink of the Incas and is essential to Quechua culture.
Then the tour continues with a visit to the town of Arani, where we shall see the church of St. Bartholome. The tour continues to Collpaciaco where we can find the former Convent of Santa Catalina. The trip continues to Cliza where culinary art is characterized by the fusion of Spanish mixed with Quechua traditions. This town is famous for its grilled wild pigeon. The journey through the upper valley of Cochabamba continues with a visit to the town of Huayculi, where they still maintain the tradition of making ceramics using ancient methods and fine finish.Then we visit the town of Tarata, where we'll see the Franciscan Convent.
Finally we return to the city of Cochabamba. We may walk along the shore of the Angostura dam and take also some samples of the valley cuisine along the way.
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