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Bus from Paramonga to Barranca

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Travel by Bus from Paramonga to Barranca

The road journey from Paramonga to Barranca is pleasant and relaxing. At redBus, we work with different bus companies that operate on this route with well-maintained buses and experienced drivers. Although the travel time varies from one bus operator to another because of traffic and climatic conditions, our continuous availability of bus services between Paramonga and Barranca reduces uncertainty and offers convenience for travelers.


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About Paramonga

Paramonga is one of the five districts of the Barranca province, located in the department of Lima. By the north it limits with the districts of Cualquioc and Huarmey, by the south it limits with the district of Pativilca, by the east it limits with the district of San Pedro, and by the west it limits with the Pacific Ocean. According to the historian Pablo Macera, Paramonga belonged to the third Chimu region, that was located from the Santa river to the Pativilca river. Paramonga is the first agroindustrial district in Peru. It has factories dedicated to generate the sugar cane products.

About Barranca

Barranca is a port town located two hours away from Lima. It is a modern city with over 65 000 residents, and is an important trade hub for the country. During the past century Barranca, as many other coastal cites, was home to "haciendas" dedicated to the production of sugar, and mostly employed slaves for this work. Today, Barranca is well known for its beaches, which make it an atractive tourist destination during the summer. Recently, the archeological complex of Caral was discovered near Barranca, and is now believed to be the oldest remains of civilization in all Latin America.