The Pillones waterfall are located in the Imata Forest at kilometer 154, on the Arequipa – Puno highway, at 4600 meters above sea level, a tourist attraction in the heart of Arequipa.
In this place you can see dozens of rocks shaped by the erosion of water and time. Also numerous vizcachas (Andean rodent), most of them jumping over the rocks.
How to Get to Pillones
The Pillones Waterfall are located at kilometer 154, on the Arequipa – Puno highway, in the district of San Antonio de Chuca, Caylloma. At this point you should get off the bus and walk only 1 kilometer (approximately 15 to 30 minutes at a slow pace) to the left, in the direction of the river.
What to do:
Upon reaching the Pillones Falls you will see dozens of rocks shaped by the erosion of water and time. You will also be able to see vizcachas jumping over the stones. Once installed in the area, it is a great opportunity to take beautiful postcards and enjoy the warm weather.
Also, you have to be careful since you must move very carefully to avoid any accident.
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