The little town of Huarán
Huarán is a small farmers’ village located in the province of Calca, surrounded by the Sacred Valley of the Incas at 2900 meters above sea level, where there are mountains and fields of cultivation. Huarán had been a private territory owned by the Hernandez family until the 80s. The inhabitants of Huarán, mostly farmers, dedicate their work to the production of white maize, vegetables, and fruits. It is a quiet place with a temperate climate, where many Andean traditions, as well as religious festivities, are practiced.
The Village of Huarán is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, in the province of Calca. The Village of Huarán is a ravine surrounded by majestic mountains, among which the Huarán River runs, a place with a temperate climate, where nature and tranquility predominate, as well as peaceful country life.