Explore the dry forests and discover the home of unique endemic species.

In the dry forests of Northwestern Peru, the Chaparrí Reserve is home to endemic and endangered species like the Andean bear, the white winged guan, the guanaco and the Andean condor. Chaparrí is the perfect example of natural resource conservation through tourism. Combine that with the quality of their services and the hospitality of the people, and you will definitely have an unforgettable experience in this Lambayecan forest!


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What to do?

What services are available?

How to get there?

Option 1
  • By air:from Lima to Chiclayo: 1h
  • By land:from Chiclayo to Chaparrí: 1h30m (74 km).
Option 2
  • By land:from Lima to Chiclayo: 12h (763 km);
    from Chiclayo to Chaparrí: 1h30m (74 km)



Asociación para la Conservación de la Naturaleza y el Turismo Sostenible Chaparrí