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Travelers are voting Palcacocha Lake, Lake Parón and Conococha Lake as the best of 14 lakes in Peru. Also popular are Lake Junín and Laguna de Paca in Junin and Lauricocha Lake in Huanuco. Want more? Check out our map of lakes in Peru.
Laguna Palcacocha is a glacier lake in the Andes-Cordillera of South America in northwestern Peru. Laguna Palcococha is located in the Ancash Region…
Paron lake is the largest lake in the Cordillera Blanca, on the Peruvian Andes, 32 km E from the city of Caraz, at 4185 m asl.
Laguna Conococha is a lake in the Andes-Cordillera of South America in north-western Peru. It is situated in the Ancash Region at an altitude…
Lake Junín, known as Lago Junín in Spanish and Chinchaycocha ("Northern Lake") in Quechua, is the largest lake entirely within Peru.
Lago Lauricocha is a lake in the Andes mountains of central Perú. It is the northernmost of the lakes fed by the Andean glaciers, 20 km east…
Laguna de Paca also known as Paca Lagoon, is a placid lake in Peru. It is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of the historic town of…
Lake Parinacochas is a lake in the Ayacucho Region in Peru.
Lake Sandoval is a lake in Peru, close to the city of Puerto Maldonado, part of the Madre de Dios in the Amazon Basin.
Lake Sauce (also locally known as Laguna Azul (English: Blue Lagoon)) is a lake in Peru. Lake Sauce is a lentiscus-type body of water of tectonic…
Lake Sausacocha is a lake in Peru, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the northeast of Huamachuco in Huamachuco District, Sánchez Carrión Province.
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