The perfect setting for experience-based tourism, boasting a scenery that immerses visitors in nature and allows them to help the community with their day-to-day activities such as milking cows, sowing pine trees, cultivating the land, and many other rural activities.
The farm is managed by the Atahualpa-Jerusalén agricultural cooperative which in 1988 launched a project to turn this inhospitable place in the hills into a pretty village surrounded by pine trees. There is accommodation and food as well as places ideal for sport fishing, hiking and bird watching.
Weather: Dry and temperate
Access by Airway: La Granja Porcón is located 30 km (19 miles) north of the city of Cajamarca, which you can get to over land or by plane from Lima