We will visit one of the best protected areas of the dry woods and home of a large variety of wildlife, including many endemic and endangered species, such as: the Spectacled or Andean bear, Andean Condor, White-Winged Turkey Hen, Coast Fox, Guanaco, Pitajo of Tumbes.
The reserve owes its name to the spectacular mountain called Chaparrí Hill, which dominates the landscape. This mountain was considered sacred by the Mochica Culture, and it continues being so by the shamans throughout Peru. It is a model of communal preservation and an ecotourism project where the community benefits from the protection of these natural resources. Additionally, Chaparri is a scientific research center focused on the ecosystems of the dry woods and the species it harbors.