- Address: km 23, a, Pisac, Cusco 08000, Peru
- Tags: Museum
About Awana Kancha, Cusco
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1.13% of people who visit Cusco include Awana Kancha in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
68% of people start their Awana Kancha visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Awana Kancha
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Awana Kancha
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Awana Kancha, Cusco Reviews
Free to get in and feed the alpacas. Friendly staff and little store if you're thirsty or hungry.
Awanakancha: Alpaca, Art & Andes You can’t travel to Peru without taking time to see animals native to the Andes. And, unless you plan on heading deep into the countryside, the very best (and easiest place) to see them is at Awanakancha, a small camelid farm dedicated to the animals and intricate textiles produced from their wool. Find out why you should take some time to visit! What to see On arrival at the farm, you will have the opportunity to meet the resident animals; alpaca, llama and Vicuña. Separated by species and sex in large pens, the friendly animals are keen to meet visitors in the hope of receiving a tasty grassy snack. After getting to know the animals, you can take some time to visit some of the small onsite exhibits, where you can understand how the animals wool is refined and naturally dyed, before finally being expertly woven into fabrics, tapestry’s, clothing or a variety of other products. Women from native communities offer live examples of traditional (and intricate) weaving techniques, using basic tools and wooden looms. Of-course as you would expect there is also an onsite shop selling the products that have been made at the farm. However, unlike most other markets and shops in Cusco and the Sacred Valley, the items up for sale are unique, very different from the standard things you find elsewhere and often very beautiful. If you are not tempted to buy anything, do take some time to wonder around the shop, as some of the items for sale are quite impressive. Look out for the large hand woven telas (weavings) that cost upwards of US$ 7,000 ea, and are crafted by one artist taking 6-7 months to complete. There are no onsite guides to show you around, as most people arrive at the farm as part of a pre-arranged guided tour of the Sacred Valley. However, do take some time to talk with the workers and animal keepers at the farm, as their insight is just as good if not more rewarding than listening to a guide. Where is it? Awanakancha is located about two-thirds of the way to the Sacred Valley on the Cusco to Pisac road. From Cusco it takes about 30-40 minutes to get there, and from Pisac about 20 minutes. The compound of the farm is surrounded by a long brown adobe (mud) wall, which although would seem very obvious at the outset, can easily be missed if you are not familiar with the area. If you are on a bus, ask to be dropped off at Km. 23 on the Cusco – Pisac road. The official address is Km. 23 Pista Cusco- Pisac. (theonlyperuguide.)
Nos gustó mucho Awana Kancha. Cuando entrás, hay un cartel grande donde explican las diferencias entre los distintos tipos de camélidos sudaméricanos. Luego, al avanzar, vas encontrando muchos y de casi todos los tipos (llamas, alpacas, guanacos...) y uno ya puede ir reconociéndolos. Podés alimentarlos con unas ramitas que te dan. Es algo muy simpático. Además de las llamas, hay demostraciones de la elaboración de tejidos. Te muestran como usan materiales naturales para dar color a las lanas y ves a las personas que realizan los tejidos en acción. Hay unas niñas muy adorables con su vestimenta típica, ayudando a sus papás en estas tareas. También pueden ver en exposición diferentes tipos de papas y maíz, ya que Perú se caracteriza por su amplia variedad de estos alimentos. Para finalizar el recorrido, se puede entrar a la tienda donde venden todos los tejidos. Es un poco cara para mi presupuesto, pero las cosas son muy buenas.
Eu particularmente achei o lugar bem divertido! Passei um bom tempo acariciando as lhamas e alpacas (as vicunhas são mais tímidas). Logo no início você saberá a diferença entre os animais presentes no santuários e poderá observar tecelãs locais fazendo seus trabalhos. Caso queira comprar alguma peça no final, existe uma loja linda (e cara). A entrada é gratuita e vale muito a pena, só não esqueça de tomar cuidado para não ser cuspido por uma lhama.
Acogedor para todo tipo de público.
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