Oyacachi is the "The land of water", home to an array of adventure and cultural tours. Go for an exciting downhill mountain bike ride; trek pre-Incan trails and explore ruins; learn how the people from Oyacachi used to live; try fresh indigenous foods (cheese made that morning); and at the end of the day relax in one of the region's natural hot springs.
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Sustainable Development: since we started working in the area this is a very exciting period, the community is developing an exciting new venture with the support of USAID and an anchor methodology is being implemenented. We have travelled with leading operators to the site, check the following images:
First fam trip with leading british operator operator Journey Latin America, we were pleased to have Sarah Bradley, the company's managing director with us: http://bit.ly/9cNpr7
After that visit we have been travelling non stop to the site some more images on our latest visits:
Product Development: http://bit.ly/bJL9Oc
Local Guides Trainnning course: http://bit.ly/9QRWOX
We will keep you posted on Oyacachi Adventures new developments: www.oyacachi.com