Tapay, a district that pertains to the province of Caylloma, located on the right-hand margin and low in the Colca Valley between 2,800 and 3,000 meters above sea level. Often called the “garden of the Colca” owing to its biodiversity and that it is bathed in the natural waters from the surrounding snow-peaked mountains. One is hard-pressed not to enjoy the agreeable climate in Tapay. The region´s economy concentrates in the production of fruit like lúcuma, pacay, apple, peach, quince, and cactus fruit.
This popular hike starts in Cabanaconde and drops 1200 meters in elevation to arrive in Sangalle. The climate in Sangalle is subtropical and the area welcomes the visitor with many relaxing swimming pools. The hike to Oasis Sangalle is possible to do in one day, but the majority of people prefer to spend the night in Sangalle at one of many available hotels, including the cabins at Las Palmeras.
In Llahuar one can participate in a variety of activities including trout fishing and bathing in hot springs. Also, on the way to Llahuar, the visitors can witness naturally formed geysers.
Malata is a small, traditional town that has a museum of “traditions of the region”, including traditional hats for dancing wititi and traditional tools used for agriculture.