Located 377 km (234 miles) north of Arequipa, over the valley of Andagua
River. It is a geologic formation of the Quaternary Age, beautiful landscape
with more than 80 volcanos all without activity, with geothermal activity. The
arid and desertic landscape in the high part of the valley looks like a lunar
This valley is located in the slope of the Coropuna Volcano 6,425 meters
above sea level (21,079 feet) the highest in Peru. In the low part of the valley
are located the Chachas and Mamacocho lagoons, and they are joined with the Colca Valley.
The phenomenons that take place are only given in the Canarias Islands of
Spain and here.