Dare to explore one of the world's deepest canyons in Apurimac
It is a department of Peru located in the southern highlands, on the eastern slopes of the Andes.
Apurimac. The name comes from the homonymous river Apurimac running at its eastern limit. In Apu Rimaq Quechua means "talking to the lords (gods)" or "oracle greater." "El Wakeel communicating".
Its climate is mostly temperate, with an average temperature of 15 ° C in the valleys. Very rarely snows.
Among its main attractions is the Apurimac River Canyon, one of the deepest in the world, compared with the "Colca". Http://peru.com/noticias-de-colca-5621?pid=5 and Cotahuasi , in Arequipa.
Also, the beauty of the landscapes of the river Pachachaca, * the National Shrine in whose skirts rests Ampay Abancay *, the capital of Apurimac Valley make the Amancaes a very conducive to rest and relaxation amenities.
Special mention is to indicate that the district should visit Circa 1 hour from Abancay, which emphasizes its beautiful landscape along the river route Circon, and ancient farms and Occobamba Yaca well as Hope and Vilcabamba .