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Guidebook for Tarapoto

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Guidebook for Tarapoto

Drinks & Nightlife
Bechilinos Tarapoto
733 Jr. Sgto Lores
Friendly place, good prices, centrally located.
Huascar Bar
244 Jr. Lamas
Friendly place, good prices, centrally located.
Food Scene
Most amazing chocolate ever, right in the Plaza de Armas. Don't miss it!
Exotic Chocolatería Fina
195 Plaza Mayor
Most amazing chocolate ever, right in the Plaza de Armas. Don't miss it!
Wonderful coffee in a laid back atmosphere. Great place to hang out...
Quilpa Café
163 Jr. Leoncio Prado
Wonderful coffee in a laid back atmosphere. Great place to hang out...
Affordable & delicious!
Chifa Canton
140 Jr. Ramon Castilla
Affordable & delicious!
Parks & Nature
Lovely spot, great for a refreshing swim.
10
recommandé par les habitants
Waterfall Ahuashiyacu
10
recommandé par les habitants
Lovely spot, great for a refreshing swim.
Sightseeing
Well worth the gorgeous short ride. This is an incredible real castle built in Lamas. Must be seen...lots of fun for families and sightseers.
Lamas Castle
Well worth the gorgeous short ride. This is an incredible real castle built in Lamas. Must be seen...lots of fun for families and sightseers.
On the banks of the Huallaga River, Shapaja is a peaceful village and a wonderful lunch stop.
Shapaja District
On the banks of the Huallaga River, Shapaja is a peaceful village and a wonderful lunch stop.
Crossing the Huallaga to Sauce & its' beautiful lake makes for a wonderful day or overnight trip.
Sauce
Crossing the Huallaga to Sauce & its' beautiful lake makes for a wonderful day or overnight trip.
Small indigenous village just 13 miles north of Tarapoto in an isolated coffee & cocoa producing area. Lamas sits up high, and is often fresh and cool. The people here are known as the Lamistas, and speak a mixture of Quechua and other jungle dialects. Check out their museum. (see also Lamas Castle)
Lamas
Small indigenous village just 13 miles north of Tarapoto in an isolated coffee & cocoa producing area. Lamas sits up high, and is often fresh and cool. The people here are known as the Lamistas, and speak a mixture of Quechua and other jungle dialects. Check out their museum. (see also Lamas Castle)
Arts & Culture
Right down the street from us...check it out!
MUSEUM TARAPOTO
475 Jr. Pedro de Urzua
Right down the street from us...check it out!
History & culture of this rainforest region. Interesting...
Museo Chanka y de la Diversidad Lamista
1165 Jiron San Martín
History & culture of this rainforest region. Interesting...
Shopping
Topitop
415 Plaza Mayor
Essentials
Best grocery shopping in Tarapoto. Decent selection of pretty much everything.
Supermercados La Inmaculada SAC
126 Jirón Martínez de Compañón
Best grocery shopping in Tarapoto. Decent selection of pretty much everything.