Toro Muerto (English: Dead Bull) is a collection of ancient petroglyphs made up of 3,000 to 5,000 volcanic rocks which are products of the explosive volcanic eruptions of Coropuna and of Chachani about 50 million years ago.
It is located in the Peruvian coastal desert in the region of Arequipa and it is believed that the petroglyphs, which showcase humans, animals (elk, snakes, llamas, deer, parrots), plants, and many other designs (geometric motifs, sun discs, etc.), are remains from the Huari and Chuquibamba cultures dating back more than 1,000 years.
Duration: 8 to 9 hrs Aproximately.
Suggested time of departure: 07:00 AM.
Includes: Transport, Guide, Toro Muerto entrance fees and snack.