Pachamama Wasi


This amazing house-museum is the quirky home of a man who has spent years of his life pacing the cerros (mountains) with a rockhound’s eye. The house is like a botanic garden, but made of stones: fossils, geological quirks and unusually shaped rocks form a unique, soothing ensemble. It's only open when the owner or his family are at home, so the opening hours listed here are just a guide.

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