Pichanaki Bus

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Top Bus Routes From Pichanaki

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Pichanaki to Lima21:0021:00BOOK NOW
Pichanaki to Javier Prado21:0021:00BOOK NOW
Pichanaki to Huaycan21:0021:00BOOK NOW
Pichanaki to La Victoria21:0021:00BOOK NOW
Pichanaki to Terminal Ate Vitarte21:0021:00BOOK NOW

Top Bus Routes To Pichanaki

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
La Victoria to Pichanaki08:0019:00BOOK NOW
Lima to Pichanaki08:0019:00BOOK NOW
Terminal Ate Vitarte to Pichanaki08:0019:00BOOK NOW
Javier Prado to Pichanaki19:2019:20BOOK NOW
Huaycan to Pichanaki19:0019:00BOOK NOW

About Pichanaki

Pichanaki is part of the Chanchamayo province, located in the Department of Junin. It is a small town, populated mostly by asháninkas and yaneshas, and its economic and comm...ertial importance blooms late in the XXth century. It is known as the coffee capital of Peru, and is surrounded by exotic flora and fauna which delight all visiting tourists.
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Travel tips for Pichanaki

- If you are interested in travelling to Pichanaki and through the peruvian amazonia, it is necessary that you take a vaccine against the yellow fever. - It... is common to find mototaxis which offer a cheap transportation service in the city. Pichanaki is small, and is possible to travel through the town on foot.
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Pichanaki Weather

Best time to visit Pichanaki

Pichanaki is an attractive destination all year long, although we recommend you travel during summer to avoid the rain.

Climate in Pichanaki

Pichanaki has a tropical climate, warm and humid. The average temperature in Pichanaki is 74.5°F on average. Annual precipitation is 2022 mm.

Where to eat in Pichanaki

Dropping Points in Pichanaki

Here are some of the most popular dropping points in Pichanaki. Please note that these locations generally differ with each bus operator. The bus dropping points in Pichanaki are as follows:

  • Agencia Pichanaki
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Important dates in Pichanaki

Feast of St. John24 of JuneThe feast of St. John is celebrated each year the 24th of june in most of the rainforest towns and cities of Peru. This feast is linked with pagan celebrations of the winter solstice. The goal of said rites is to kindle the flames to strengthen the sun, as days become shorter during the winter. In this beautiful celebration tourists will be able to enjoy the best of the typical food of the region, and take part in dances and parades through the city.