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RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Picota to Lima08:0008:30BOOK NOW
Picota to Terminal Pucallpa16:4516:45BOOK NOW
Picota to La Victoria08:0008:00BOOK NOW
Picota to Pucallpa16:4516:45BOOK NOW
Picota to Javier Prado08:3008:30BOOK NOW

Top Bus Routes To Picota

RouteFirst BusLast Bus
Lima to Picota14:3014:30BOOK NOW
La Victoria to Picota14:3014:30BOOK NOW
Javier Prado to Picota14:3014:30BOOK NOW
Tomas Valle to Picota14:3014:30BOOK NOW
Terminal Pucallpa to Picota18:0018:00BOOK NOW

About Picota

Picota is one of the ten provinces of the San Martin department. Its capital is Villa Picota. By the north it limits with the provinces of San Martin and Lamas, by the east it limits with the deparment of Loreto, by t...he south it limits with the province of Bellavista, and by the west it limits with the province of El Dorado. In 1948 Picota was designated a province, in the second government of the president Fernando Belaunde Terry.
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Travel tips for Picota

It is recommended that you carry light clothing, a waterproof jacket, repellent, sunscreen, sunglasses, t...rekking shoes and a hat. Also, like in any other town, you have to be careful with your valuable objects.
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Picota Weather

Best time to visit Picota

The best months to visit Picota are June and October. In June they celebrate the San Juan festivity and the Mijano festival, and in October they celebrate the anniversary of Picota and the Virgen del Perpetuo Socorro festivity.

Climate in Picota

Picota has a tropical climate. The average annual temperature is 77.9°F (25.5°C). In summer the climate is dry desert-like, the temperature goes from 82.4°F (28°C) to 89.6°F (32°C). March is the warmest month of the year and July is the coldest month of the year.

Where to eat in Picota

Accomodations in Picota

Currently we don’t have information about comfort hotels in Picota.

Important dates in Picota

Fiesta de la Virgen del Perpetuo SocorroFrom October 7th to 12thTraditional celebration that honors the patron Virgin del Perpetuo Socorro. Also, they celebrate the anniversary of the province. The locals organize religious and cultural activities like parades and rituals.