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Av.panamericana N 797 -
Av. Lima Nro. 344
S/. 120 / 140
The travel from Desaguadero city to Camaná district is 345 mi (555 km) and takes about 14 hours on the highway. The transport company Civa makes this route, offering the bus tickets from s/.110 to s/.140, on its Superciva service. The buses leave at 11:30 a.m. from the terminal placed in the main road of Desaguadero, with destination to Av. Lima, close to the Plaza de Armas of Camaná. The weather of Camaná is nice, temperate and has warm periods in summer time, with an average temperature of 68°F (20°C), just perfect for summer vacationers.
Desaguadero is located at the Puno department. The city is on the border between Bolivia and Peru, at short distance to the Titicaca lake. It’s considered as a “two nations city” for having a Peruvian side and a Bolivian side, joined together by the Puente Internacional. In the area of Desaguadero you can appreciate the large diversity of flora and fauna of the high Andean plateau. Some species you can appreciate there are the “parihuanas” (Andean flamingo), the wild duck and falcons, besides other animals. You can also visit the Taraco Gulf, the Aguallamaya lagoon and the Khapia volcano. The weather in Desaguadero is in general cold and dry, with a rainy season from December to April. The temperatures are low, with minimum of 48 °F (9 °C) and maximum of 53 °F (12 °C).
Camaná is located on the western center of Arequipa department and it's one of the 8 provinces that constitute it. The main tourist attraction is the beaches circuit that spreads along the Pacific Ocean. The most busy beaches are: La Punta, Camaná, Cerrillos, El Chorro and Las Cuevas. Camaná is famous for its archeological sites and traditional dishes. The Petroglifos of Quilca are also part of the archeological tourism and you can visit them in Camaná. Those "petroglifos" are big stones that photograph scenes of hunt by draws made by the ancient fishermen of the pre-Incan period. One of the typical dishes of the local gastronomy (considered one of the best of the South of Peru) is the "chupe de camarones"; it's a kind of shrimp soup.