Hotel Gran Vilaya

Address: Jr. Ayacucho 755, Chachapoyas, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jr. Ayacucho 755, Chachapoyas, is near Revash.
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      Bienvenido at Chachapoyas

      A travel blog entry by sa2014frda on Jan 23, 2015

      1 comment, 52 photos

      In this chapter, the picture will speak more by themself so enjoy them.

      The town of Chachapoyas show the spanish colonial empire.
      Town is beautiful, most of the house are white with many wooden balcony.
      When I first went to the main square, "plaza de Armas" ( all the main square in every Peruvian town are called like that) I thought that I was back in POPAYAN, COLOMBIA.
      It is a small town with a nice market. It is also the center of many touristic ...


      A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Jan 22, 2015

      ... me. He is very generous nice guy, he was willing to write what is the Kuelap, the Colonial Chachapoyas and dwelling.

      the Chachapoyas was a culture of Andean people living in the Cloud Forest of the Amazon Region. Chachapoyas as the Cloud Forest dwelling civilization that ruled here from AD 800 until the Incas came in the 1470's. They were fought against the Incas to prevent their culture ruins.

      in ...

      Gocta Waterfall

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 14, 2015

      ... to offer a tourist. Indeed we were the only white people and that got some looks. As we'd left the village before any of our tour had even come back we were in PR long before we needed to be and settled into a cafe/restuarant to chill out. The town doesn't really have a depot as such as is just a bus passing through kinda place. Regardless it was only 15minutes late and we got on without a problem. As expected the bus was one of the rougher ones I've been on but quite do-able. We ...

      Kuelap Fortress, Gocta Waterfall & Pan de Maize

      A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Dec 09, 2014

      1 comment

      ... conquered the area.  If you use your imagination and get a good guide, you can bring back to life the township, the round homes and guinea pig farms in each house. The ruins will hopefully become more protected as the government realises its tourism potential but in the meantime, get there before all your photos have 50 people in them. The other main attraction in the area is the Gocta waterfall - a 2hr ...

      First glimpse of Peru

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Oct 15, 2014

      ... and a steep-sided canyon.
      Kuelap is one of the largest and impressive pre-Inca settlements. We take a day trip there and while it's only in the next valley along from Chachapoyas, it turns out to be a 6-hour round trip because we are forced to take the only dirt track there is, which skirts the sides of the valley for miles and miles before ending up on the mountain top where Kuelap sits. It's a well preserved ...