Andino Club Hotel ★★★
Andino Club Hotel is a three star hotel in Huaraz, Peru. It is located in a valley at the feet of the Cordillera Blanca mountain.
The region capital is Huaraz located in Callejón de Huaylas (Huaylas valley).
Between the years 1200 b. C. and 200 b. C. the Chavín people lived in this region. Leaving many fascinating archeological sites behind.
Huascaran National Park was created in 1975 with the purpose of preserving the wild animal and plant life, geological formations, archaeological sites, and beautiful scenery. UNESCO placed it on the Natural World Heritage List in 1985.
Inside the park you can find 296 lakes, 663 glaciers, many endangered animal species such as the spectacled bear, the Andean deer and the Andean condor. As well as a rich plant life with plants like the Puyas Raimondi (this flower is considered the biggest in the plant realm, and once it has blossomed, the plant dies), and the queñual trees in the Llanganuco Lakes.
Capital: Huaráz (3091 masl / 10.138 fasl)
Lowest point: 4 masl / 13 fasl (Chimbote)
Highest point: 3910 masl / 12.824 fasl (Shilla)
The city of Huaráz has dry and moderate weather with an average maximum temperature of 24ºC (75ºF) and minimum of 7ºC (44ºF). The rainy season starts in October and ends in March.
Las Aldas Archaeological Remains
Waullac Archaeological Remains
Willcahuain and Ichic Willcahuain Archaeological Remains
Chavin de Huantar Archaeological Complex
Chavin Archaeological Complex Exposition Hall
Pashash Archaeological Site
Punkuri Archaeological Complex
Huascaran National Park
Chancos Hot springs
Callejon de Huaylas, Hot springs with Monterrey.
Tuquillo Beach Resort
Cañón Del Pato (Duck Canyon)
The Laguna Parón
Laguna Chinancocha (female lagoon) and Laguna Orconcocha (male lagoon)
Mama Ashu Sanctuary
Museum of Chacas
Sechin Archaeological Site and the MaxUhle Site Museum
Ancash Archaeological Museum
Pashas-Cabana Zone Archaeological Museum
FAMOUS PEAKS IN CORILLERA BLANCA
Huascarán Sur 6,768 m (22,200 ft)
Huascarán Norte 6,655 m (21,830 ft)
Huandoy Norte 6,395 m (20,980 ft)
Nevado Huantsan 6,395 m (20,980 ft)
Chopicalqui 6,354 m (20,850 ft)
Copa 6,188 m (20,300 ft)
Hualcan 6,122 m (20,090 ft)
Chacraraju 6,112 m (20,050 ft)
Artesonraju 5,999 m (19,680 ft)
Alpamayo 5,947 m (19,510 ft)
Nevado Pisco 5,752 m (18,870 ft)