The Choqolaqa stone forest in Arequipa

The Choqolaqa stone forest offers one of the most incredible landscapes in the Arequipa region. It is made up of natural rock formations that were created thousands of years ago as a result of volcanic eruptions. This tourist attraction is located near the town of Tisco, famous for its legends and traditions. Most tours depart from the city of Arequipa. The journey from there takes approximately 5 hours.

Tourist attractions close to The Choqolaqa stone forest in Arequipa

The salinas and aguada blanca national reserve

It is located in southern Peru, part of the departments of Arequipa and Moquegua. There are various mammals such as vicuñas and birds such as the Andean condor.

The salinas and aguada blanca national reserve

The Colca canyon

The Colca Canyon is the second most visited tourist attraction in Peru, after Machupicchu. It is in Arequipa. It is one of the deepest on the planet.

The Colca canyon

Mejia Lagoons in Mollendo

This famous lagoon is within the National Santuary Lagoons of Mejía in Mollendo, Arequipa. It is one of the best bird observatories in all of Peru.

Mejia Lagoons in Mollendo