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Tacna to Moquegua by bus

The route from Tacna to Moquegua is at a distance of 99 mi (159 km) and it takes about 3 hours on the highway. Oltursa is the transportation company that covers this route, providing low-cost bus tickets from s/. 10 to s/. 15. The buses leave at 3:00 p.m. from the Terminal Terrestre located in the outskirts of Tacna, destination to the terminal placed in a central area of Moquegua city. The weather in Moquegua is temperate and warm, with an average temperature of 77 °F (25 °C).


DISTANCE
159 KMS

DURATION
3 HOURS
Tacna Moquegua

Tacna

Tacna is an unusual place: deserts and fertile valleys live together in the territory, creating unique landscapes between the coast and the mountain range, next to the border with Chile. The warm weather of the mornings allows to enjoy the beautiful beaches, the thermal waters and lagoons. On the “paseo cívico” (civic walk, a main street) are located many tourist attractions as the Cathedral of Tacna. We recommend you to taste the typical dish “picante a la tacneña”. You can also enjoy the vineyards, that produce wines and piscos of high quality for the exportation.

Moquegua

Moquegua is a city located on the western side of the Andes range (at 1410 m above the sea level) at the Peruviansouth-east, inside the valley of the Moquegua river. The first impression you can have upon arrival to this city of hispanic and colonial legacy is to be in a place captured in time, where you will not only rest and relax in its calm environment, but also you will see the peaceful Andean lifestyle. When you visit Moquegua you will be enchanted by the beautiful and artistic finishes of the colonial balconies that are in some colonial constructions, built between the 17th and 19th centuries. This experience is part of the route through the monumental area that has lots of architectural attractions, not to be missed for the explorers of the colonial history.