We leave for Lunahuana travelling through the American South to 144 km, then arrive in San Vicente, the capital of the province of Cañete, where we will appreciate the Main Plaza and surrounds of Lunahuana. Being in the Cañete Valley we will see remains of the ancient Inca Trail was built in the time of Pachacutec. Passing the pier Lunahuana we arrive at Pacaran, a beautiful village surrounded by its countryside, known as the land of eternal spring, which produces excellent wine and good Pisco.
We will acquaint ourselves with the main square, accompanied by her Mother Church built in the sixteenth century. Time to eat and enjoy the typicallocal food at a good restaurant Continuing the tour we go to Catapalla, a place where we will come to know its famous suspension bridge of 1915, which will take us to an artisan wine cellar more 100 years old in order to understand the process of making wine and pisco and to learn about their small shrimp farm. In the same cellar we will enjoy a tasting of their wines and, continuing the tour will visit a bee farm where we will see the bee hives from which honey is extracted, honey which you can sample and buy. Finally, you can ride a horse or descend to the river.