Peruvian Paso Horse

Attractions & Activities In Trujillo & Chiclayo

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The Peruvian Paso horse, known for its smooth, lateral gait and even temperament, was first developed in Trujillo from the horses brought over by the Spanish conquistadors. This much-respected breed has earned worldwide renown and has even been declared part of the Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Peru’s Institute of National Culture.

Peruvian Pasos make several appearances during major events throughout the year, including at the Marinera Festival in January, when the male dancer often performs on top of the horse. Horse shows and competitions also feature in the Spring Festival, which takes place in September and October.

If you want to see this elegant horse perform while you’re in Trujillo, just let Kuoda know and we’ll arrange for you to attend a show.  Contact us today and get your free Peru trip quote.  At Kuoda Travel, all trips are custom and personally designed for you by one of our professional travel experts.

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Things to Do and See in Trujillo & Chiclayo...

Things To Do

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