Hacienda Collpa is an Estate Ranch which dates back to the late 1770’s when Peru was ruled by the Spanish. Cajamarca is a city known for its Banos de Inca and its Leche. The city depends upon tourism, and their lactose products: milk, cheese, and manjar blanco. So what more better an idea than to combine the two? Precisely the idea of the guys behind this here outpost, Hacienda Collpa.
Cajamarca, Peru. November 15, 1532 – Francisco Pizzaro had reached the new world and was making his way through the North of the Inca Empire demanding every Viceroy to surrender to Spain and the Catholic Church or die.
El Caballo de Paso is a breed of horses that is known around the world for its many special qualities, the most unique is its dance in four part time. They move to the rhythm of PACA-PACA-PACA.
If you make the trip to Cajamarca, this hotel should be top on your list of places to visit. It is an Oasis within the bustling community of Baños del Inca and comes equipped with its own swirl on the ancient hot baths of King Atahaulpa.
The trip to Cajamarca from Trujillo is a bit long, but a phenomenal ride which is a great illustration of the Coastal zones and of the Peruvian Sierra.
If there were an official national cocktail in Peru, it would be the Pisco Sour. Hands Down. Pisco defines each night spent at the club until 5am.
Chicha Morada is a highly favored beverage of Peru. The deep red color comes from the pigment which is boiled out of Choclo Morado Purple Peruvian Corn. The high content of polyphenols, anthosyanins, which stock Chicha Morada with powerful nutrients is the secret ingredient to its rich color.