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There are a few companies in Tarapoto that go to Chachapoyas, we asked around and we found Movil tours (big buses) and Turismo Selva (combi) that went direct to Chachapoyas and Excluciva (big buses) and Virgen tours (combi) that went to Pedro Ruiz. Pedro Ruiz is a common stop along that route, on the way back we stopped there and flagged a combi type van ...


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I have been searching a lot, and seems like there is no direct route from Tarapoto to Chachapoyas. Your best choice is what you already read. Take a local taxi¹ or a minivan to Pedro Ruiz (In the link you will find a place where you can rest and see more of the native landscape such as a waterfalls,etc) it's like a 3 hours trip and when you arrive you have ...


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If your child leaves after 45 days they shouldn't need an authorization, it's on that page you reference. No se requiere una autorización de viaje: a) cuando el niño tiene doble nacionalidad (por ejemplo, peruano y estadounidense) y viaja con el pasaporte/documento de viaje otorgado por las autoridades del país de su otra nacionalidad, salvo ...


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I live in Lima, Peru and you can easily find any kind of specialties in Lima from the Andes and also from the jungle. I would suggest you ask in your hotel and emphasize the fact that you are looking for a normal restaurant and not a top one, also you can go to markets that are on the street where they sell menus for a really cheap price however I doubt you ...


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Short answer to your question: Can one easily find highland specialties in the capital ? Yes. Explanation: Perú is well known, apart from Cuzco, for it's cuisine. There are plenty of local dishes in the diferents regions and you can find most of them in Lima (can't say the same on other cities). Why in Lima? Because Perú is a centralized country, ...



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