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Luya, Chachapoyas, Peru
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All reviews the cliff day trip rubber boots nice walk well worth the effort caves valley village culture site hike bone soles road
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was a really nice walk all the way to the Sarcofagos de Karajia. It has amazing views of the mountains, definitely recommend this attraction.

Thank chanchini88
Reviewed 7 September 2018

After a long car and horse ride, we arrived to the Karajia sarcophagus. You can only see them from far aside but it was worth the ride.

Thank Guido C
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

We were dreaming to get to this incredible place for months, reading and imagining. And it didn't disappoint! Enchanting spiritual place.

Thank Lolita M
Reviewed 21 June 2018

Not too many people ever heard of this place, pity - it's definitely worth seeing, but from the other side maybe it's good, to keep its mystery. For me the most unusual place I have seen on my trip

Thank Jolka27
Reviewed 21 March 2018

This is a great little day trip to take out of Chachapoyas. Not many tourist and a nice experience. Please be mindful, bring a poncho, waterproof shoes, water and your best physical effort. The hike back up can be arduous. Note, you can get a...More

1  Thank CSTMaryland
Reviewed 28 September 2017 via mobile

The trip is in your own. There are no roads that are adequate for tourists at this time. The ruins are breathtaking. The way back is very physically demanding. There are horses to rent if you want, I will recommend you to do that. Enjoy...More

2  Thank Ernesto K
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

We visited as part of a full day tour from Chachapoyas which included the Quiocta Caves. Whilst it's not a trip I'd recommend due to the many bone-rattling hours spent on the tour bus the visit to see the sarcophagi is well worthwhile. Personally I'd...More

3  Thank Gerry-Kerkhof
Reviewed 14 July 2017

The drive to Karajia is quite stunning and almost alone justified the cost of a tour. When we arrived in town we contracted with a local to guide our visit to the site for 20 soles ($6). It involved a steady downhill walk of about...More

3  Thank Ryan W
Reviewed 18 June 2017

This was a long hard trip by road and walking need good boots and lots of energy but well worth the effort..

1  Thank Gilly I
Reviewed 18 May 2017

The hike to see the sarcofagy is quite easy and very rewarding. The sarcofagy are stunning and the narrow valley the overlook quite beautiful.

1  Thank Laura M
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