Querulpa is a hill located just a few minutes from Toro Muerto (Dead Bull). Both sites have become stops on a tourist route that is a must for any visitor to Arequipa.
The Jurassic Park of Querupla is a relatively small area with several footprints from dinosaurs that lived in the region. They vary in size and it is assumed that there are others that remain hidden.
In addition, the site includes fossils from fish and crocodiles; graves and centuries-old mummies. In the Jurassic Park, visitors will find fiberglass models of dinosaurs in addition to a site museum with the most significant paleontological finds.
Location: leaving the Valle del Colca via the Pampa de Sihuas, or directly from Arequipa, take the road towards Lima and, turning off at approximately 7 km (4 miles) from Corire (Uraca district), you will find this collection of rock carvings.
Climate: mild and desert-like
Average temperature: maximum of 26.7°C (80°F) and minimum of 11.7°C (53°F)
Season: February is the warmest month and July the coldest.
Access by Land: it is a 159 km (99 mile) trip that will take approximately 2 hours 30 minutes by car.