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TERRAPUERTO AND THE TERRESTRIAL TERMINAL DE AREQUIPA


Terrapuerto and Terrestrial Terminal of Arequipa, they are important, because from here one can make connection to the department of Cusco, Puno, Moquegua, Tacna, Ica and Lima.

It is also important for that from here programs the visits are been able to at two of those but tourist important attractiveness of this department, like they are the Canyon of Colca and the Canyon of Cotahuasi.

In general Terrapuerto takes charge of directing the I traffic of buses with destination toward Lima and to the coast, while the Terrestrial Terminal directs the I traffic of buses that cover the other destinations, although this doesn't impede that some buses that you/they go toward Lima; they can also leave from here.

Route Arequipa - Lima

There are many buses that cover the route Arequipa - Lima, those which mainly travel the whole night. Two types of services exist; the normal ones that usually make stopped frequent and they take 16 approximately at 17 hours. The direct buses are more comfortable and they give food, taking 13 at 14 hours. Most of the best services for Lima leave of Terrapuerto.

Route Arequipa - Nazca, Ica, Pisco

This route can cover of preference with the normal service that goes from Arequipa to Lima, because the buses of direct service don't stop in these destinations, for what is convenient to ask before approaching. The trip to Nazca takes among 8 at 10 hours and it costs less than to go direct to Lima. The trip until Pisco takes among 10 at 13 hours and it almost costs the same thing that to go to Lima. The buses go at dawn by these destinations, if they are sleeping; of insurance they woke up in Lima, for what is advisable to take a bus by day. No bus enters to the city of Pisco, all the buses left it in the Pan-American North in Crossing Pisco, from there it is necessary to take a taxi that took them to the town.

Route Arequipa - Tacna / Moquegua

The trip toward Tacna takes approximately 5 hours in a direct bus and 6 hours in a bus of normal service. The buses of the direct service don't enter to the city of Moquegua. They are several the companies that cover this route, among them Flores, Ormeño and Cruz of the South.

Route Arequipa - Mollendo

Mollendo is to approximately two hours of the city of Arequipa. In summer, the buses that cover this route come out every ten minutes, while in winter they make it every 30 minutes. There are several companies among them Aragon and Transports Carpio like the best, both leave of the terrapuerto.

Route Arequipa - Camaná

There is good service of buses toward Camaná, which leave every twenty minutes from the tomorrow's first hours until near 9 p.m. The trip takes approximately three hours. There are several companies of transport among those that Flores and Cromotex highlight.

Route Arequipa - Corire

The company of Transports Carpio covers the route toward Corire, it leaves of Terrapuerto, the trip lasts approximately 3 hours.

Route Arequipa - Puno

This route has a paved excellent highway, which covers in approximately 6 hours. Most of the buses leave of the Terrestrial Terminal.

Route Arequipa - Cusco

The quickest road for Cusco is via Juliaca, which covers on a highway in good state and paved. The trip for this route takes approximately 10 hours. Nevertheless, there is one there is a more direct route on a highway without paving, which can cover in approximately 12 hours. The trip can become significantly long in rainy season, for what is advisable to make sure that the bus has heating, mainly if the trip is at night, because it can put on enough cold.

Route Arequipa - Canyon of Colca

The trip of Arequipa to Chivay takes among three four hours and it costs $ approximately5. Most of the buses continue toward Cabanaconde after making a stop in the Terrestrial Terminal of Chivay. Of Chivay toward Cabanaconde covers in approximately three hours. Some companies of transport don't go toward Cabanaconde, for what is necessary to verify in advance before buying the passage. The companies that cover this route operate in the Terrestrial Terminal, among the companies we have Transports Reyna, it is maybe the best in the companies, he/she has daily buses that come out to 2 a.m. and those 11.45 a.m. Christ King has buses to 2 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. Transport Andalusia he/she has buses to 3 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. Gentleman of Miracles has a bus to 2.30 p.m.

Route Arequipa - Canyon of Cotahuasi

There are two bus companies, Tourism Alex and Transports Reyna, these services leave from the Terrestrial Terminal. The trip takes approximately 12 hours and some $ costs12. 50% of the highway is paved and the rest is on an affirmed highway. The buses leave from Arequipa to those 4.30 p.m., and they arrive to Cotahuasi among those 2:30 am and those 4.30 a.m. This is a trip that he/she almost takes the whole night, to arrive to cotahuasi to those 2:30 a.m. it is not very pleasant, for the cold and for that the lodging establishments many times they delay in opening up, the buses after leaving the passenger that you/they lower in Cotahuasi continue their march toward Razorbill for what is not possible to stay in the bus.

Route Arequipa - Andagua (fence of the volcánes)

Transport Reyna he/she has a bus that leaves to 4 p.m. with destination toward Andahua, the bus leaves of the Terrestrial Terminal, and it covers this route in approximately 10 hours of trip. The final whereabouts of the bus is not in Andagua, for what cannot stay to sleep in the bus until amanesca, however near the whereabouts there are lodgings in which it can rest.



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