Hacienda La Collpa, Cajamarca

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Hacienda La Collpa represents a typical Peruvian dairy farm in all things except one--its unusual custom of calling cows to be milked by their individual names. The story goes that the farm's first owner named a cow after his wife, and thus the naming process began. Other (unnamed) residents roaming the gardens, whitewashed chapel, and artificial lagoon include sheep, rabbits, ducks, and swans. Don't miss the opportunity to buy some of the tasty dairy products, such as dulce de leche. Using our custom trip planner, Cajamarca attractions like Hacienda La Collpa can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Animals are in the bones, have them in a deplorable state... in truth that the State should get to make an inspection. The theme of the call of the cows is somewhat sympathetic
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  • It is no longer as before. Do now enter some 500 people (not exaggerating!) to some bleachers from which one no longer can see where are the cows. It is not from where they come. In addition, the amount of people, cows call or can be heard by their names, because the Lord carrier called from the outside environment and is in difficult maintain the silence of the public. There is even a person with the microphone at least tidying-up... I.e., one pays, enters, sits and does not understand anything. Only he sees cows passing, as if it were a fashion show. A fiasco. I wish to intervene to make that change. Otherwise, they will continue making money based on a scam.
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  • Nice place to spend the afternoon and buy some traditional sweets. You can take a taxi or a tour.
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  • Excelente lugar para conocer a las vacas y pasar el tiempo en familia
  • They say it belonged to some 49 partners or something, and it costs circa 20000 PEN (6500usd)to rent this whe place for a wedding party etc. Food not invluded, only accomodation.
  • A former hacienda restored partially, with a chapel inside, its main show the call of cows by name, to me I did not like, animals are abandoned and badly cared for, regarding the cleanliness of the place, also leaves much to be desired, sell theoretically local products, has also a picturesque man-made lagoon and the House of the hacienda in reality also picturesque facade to photograph.
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  • Nice place, you can stroll through the ranch, visit the chapel where you can appreciate Seville tiles, artificial lake where ducks, are the more attractive say it is to see the cows when called them by his name, which I do not like me, in the end it is to everyone's taste.
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  • Very suitable for a walk with the children.
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