The volcano is the most striking feature of the city of Arequipa, Misti is the most distinctive of the three snow-capped mountains that surround the city.
Rising to 5820 metres above sea level, it is considered active or potentially active.
Santa Catalina Monastery
It is located just a few steps away from Arequipa’s main square. It is an enigmatic place that surprises not only for its colourful colonial architecture but also for the secrets it hides behind its walls.
National Reserve of Salinas and Aguada Blanca
The national reserve is extensively populated. It is home to the Misti, Chachani, Pichupichu and Ubinas volcanoes.
The reserve has beautiful lagoons and wetlands where birds such as flamingos and mountain ducks live.
Viewpoint of Yanahura
Located in the neighbourhood of the same name, from the viewpoint you have a privileged view of the city and the volcanoes Chachani, Pichu Oicchu and Misti.
It is made up of several arches made of ashlar and volcanic stone, abundant in the region.
Choqolaqa Forest of Stones
It is located on the top of a mountain, on the way to the Colca Canyon, so we will find the stone forest of Choqolaqa.
The stone forest has a surface of 25 hectares, it is at 5200 m.a.s.l. known as new Arequipa.