Its old bridge, its beautiful church, its narrow, cobbled streets, its small squares and large houses with balconies and spacious hallways, gives a strong colonial air that, however, is not at odds with being one of the villages that boasts more parades and dancing associated with the pilgrimage Qoyllur Ritti Paucartambo.

From this town, the road rises toward Acjanaco, Tres Cruces (on the southern edge of the National Park of the Manu), places where it is said is possible to see the most beautiful dawn of the world. From Acjanaco descends Cosnipata Valley up to the towns of Atalaya, Shintuya, on the banks of the River Madre de Dios.

Hotels and restaurants are rustic in Paucartambo. It is advisable to carry warm clothes.

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