Tarma

Tarma
Cathedral de Santa Ana de Tarma
Tarmatambo Ruins
Wild Vicuna in the mountains surrounding Tarma

Tarma is a town in Southern Sierra (more specifically, in the province of Tarma, in the department of Junin), Peru. Also known as Santa Ana de la Ribera de Tarma, the Pearl of the Andes and the City of Flowers.

Understand

A little over 3000 meters above sea level, Tarma has a lot to offer, ruins, caves, waterfalls and just a short distance to Jungle.

Currently this page refers to Tarma and the surrounding towns in the province of the same name (Tarma). Tarma is the largest town in the province, however many of the smaller towns have facilities such as hostels and banks.

Towns in the province of Tarma;

Tarma, Huaricolca, Leticia, Acobamba, Palcamayo, San Pedro de Cajas, Huasahuasi, Palca, Tapo.

Get in

Bus

See

Acobamba

Tarma

Huaricolca

Leticia

San Pedro de Cajas

Palca

Do

Trek

Be careful, the last cars leave at 6 or 6h30pm.

Eat

Typical dishes

Drink

Typical drinks

Sleep

Budget

Mid-range

Connect

Cope

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