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As they say, only between July and September the Lomas de Lachay are green, the rest of the year the place is desert as all surrounding area. Hence, if you want to see the green landscape, these months are imperative.
The hike longest hike is...More
I have gone twice so far this season in September and late October although they were both month near the end of the season. The view was magnificent along with the hike, ranging from 20 minutes, 1 hour and 2 hours walks. Getting a chance...More
If you have some time to spare and are a nature lover eager for a 2-3 hour hike in nature then add this tour onto your calendar… in Aug – Oct only! During the late winter months so much fog and dew accumulate on these...More
Really pretty Nacional Reserve Lomas de Lachay... very green hills and gorgeous hiking (moderate hikes, not intensen) areas with beautiful rock formations. Worth visit while in Huaral area or on your way to the Albuferas de Medio Mundo. Nice way to stretch your legs after...More
This is a cloud forest, where the plants grow from only the moisture in the air. It is so green and misty, with so many birds and flowers and mossy rocks. You can camp there or just go in the day (S_/10 adult entry fee)....More
This is a great way to spend the day before a late-night flight out of Lima. About 100km from Lima, it has some great places to see burrowing owls and hummingbirds. I loved the different landscapes - according to our guide the ecosystem is unique...More
This amazing ecosystem was a welcome respite from Lima. We visited during a holiday in October, the tail end of the foggy season. The air was crisp and clean. We enjoyed the mid-length, 1 1/2-hour self-paced walk at a very slow pace. Lots of birds...More
Visited on a day trip with a school group. Green and misty just like in the photos. A lot of birds and small mammals seen even with a big group. As someone said the facilities for camping are a little basic. The toilets are holes...More