San Ramón to Oxapampa Bus

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Bus from San Ramón to Oxapampa

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Travel by Bus from San Ramón to Oxapampa

The road journey from San Ramón to Oxapampa 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 San Ramón and Oxapampa reduces uncertainty and offers convenience for travelers.


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About San Ramon

San Ramon is one of the six districts that form the Chanchamayo’s province, located in the department of Junin. By the north limits with the district of Chanchamayo, by the south limits with the province of Tarma and with the district of Vitoc, by the east limits with the district of Chanchamayo, and by the west limits with the province of Tarma. The district of San Ramon was founded in 1908 by the Congress and by the president of Peru, Augusto B. Leguia. San Ramon is one of the most prosperous districts of Chanchamayo, that’s why it is called “the golden gate of the central jungle”.

About Oxapampa

Oxapampa is located in the peruvian jungle, and was founded in the XIXth century by german and austrian colonists seeking a new life, motivated by incentives to inmigration given by the peruvian government. They first settled in Pozuzo, and years later, once families had established themselves, some colonists expanded to what is now Oxapampa. The small city is now known for its coffee production.