In the Andes mountain range of Peru you will find the Willkanuta mountains, a beautiful region inhabited by herding communities. It’s one of the last remaining pastorialist societies you’ll find in the world, earning their living by herding llama and alpaca.
The most popular hiking trail through the region is called “The Road of the Apu Ausangate.” It’s among the most popular attractions in Peru.
It’s renowned for its incredible geological features that seem almost psychedelic. They embody different shades of blue, red, orange, and turquoise. Check it out!