Aymara culture has its origins in the populations which inhabited the Andes in what is now known as western Bolivia, southern Peru and northern Chile.
The Azapa Valley, near Arica, was the site of the first permanent settlements of these people. In this area, about 8,000 years BC, as part of what is now known as the Chinchorro culture, developed consisting funeral rites of mummification of the dead.
Developed agriculture, corn and quinoa were the first crops, followed by squash, cassava and potatoes.
We invite you to learn more of the culture, customs, way of life.
Nomenclature utilized; B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner BL=box lunch
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