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Revash Mausoleo de los Chachapoyas

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Revash Mausoleo de los Chachapoyas

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Chachapoyas: Kuelap and Gocta Cataract 4 days and 3 nights
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Chachapoyas: Kuelap and Gocta Cataract 4 days and 3 nights

The city of Chachapoyas, in the Amazon Region, dazzles us with its gastronomy and its varied tourist wonders.<br>Marvel at the Fortified City of Kuelap.<br>Discover the adventure and the charm of the "Third Highest Cataract in the world": Gocta.
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fkterass wrote a review Dec 2019
Forchheim, Germany91 contributions33 helpful votes
Revash is an interesting spot which shows some old mausoleos and gives an overview how in former times the (important) dead people were treated. The landscape around the tombs is impressive. If you‘re coming from Chachapoyas it‘s a approx. 2 hour drive by car. If it‘s really worth needs to be decided by everyone itself.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Oriolekam wrote a review Oct 2019
Macau, China142 contributions33 helpful votes
The main problem traveling on your own at chachapoya was transportation. Visited Revash on my own and probably used all my luck to get a transportation to the site! Revash is really far away from the city of chachapoya (pleaserefer to map). I took a combi (sol 8) to yerbabuena (around 2 hours), then with many luck I met two veey kind gentlemen who were going to santo Tomás, they drove me to up to Revash! Super kind of them because it was so hard to find a car that passed yerbabuena. Arrived at Revash you could buy your entry ticket for 15 sol, and the path started off at the right side of the Plaza. The path was very well paved with stone and it was super easy to walk. The scenery along the way was one of the thing that I loved most, super sceneric and beautiful. You could see the mausoleos Revash from a pagoda, you could also get near to it but just could not enter into the site. I found the structure, painting, symbol and colors amusing. There is no mineral so the color might be from a local plant. Note: *there is no restaurant along the path but some at the Plaza. *if I didn't meet the 2 gentlemen, another way to go is to get a combi or car that go to santo Tomás, and dropped off at the midway. Start walking all the way up and it might take you more than 2.5 hours. *on the way from yerbabuena to Revash, there are also some small mausoleos at the cliff, you could try to find them. * a day tour usually includes the masauleos Revash and the museum at leymebamba. Considering the very very few transportation between the 2 places, it is worth to take a tour to save time.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Nadezhda L wrote a review Jun 2019
Moscow, Russia20 contributions1 helpful vote
We went there with our tour guide and it was a fantastic experience, this is a really magic place with really good sense of culture.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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chanchini88 wrote a review Oct 2018
Lima, Peru88 contributions25 helpful votes
The Mausoleo Revash is located in a nice little town, really nice and friendly. You can walk all the way up or take a horse ride. It offers spectacular views of the mountains.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Millet02 wrote a review Sep 2018
Atlanta, Georgia506 contributions112 helpful votes
The mausoleums are a long up and down walk from the village, and the last kilometer is a harder hike than the first. You're below them so really you get better pictures from the mirador with a telephoto than from below on the trail. Nice exposures on the local geology from the mirador as well.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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