Car, tour guide.
Pick up from the hotel and departure to the town of Lamud, transfer to the Quiocta cavern, 30 minutes by car to the parking area, walk 270 meters to the entrance of the cavern. The visit lasts on average two hours observing thousands of stalactites and stalagmites.
We will have lunch in a restaurant located in the village of Lamud.
After lunch we move to the town of Cruzpata where we will start a trekking of 30-minute to reach the archaeological site of Karajía.
The local people call the sarcophagi: Purunmachus, that means, ancient deceased. Karajía sarcophagi were made with dry straw and cream-colored clay. Unlike mausoleums of Revash, the the sarcophagi was used to put the body of one person, who was placed in a fetal or squat position.