|It will cost you a couple of soles to spend an afternoon amongst these magnificent rock formations. (Photos by Nathan Paluck) See more photos from Huayllay.|
"It’s like being on another planet," said a philosophy student from Lima who was spotted hiking around the rock forest with friends.
Huayllay (pronounced why-yaee), in Peru’s central Andes, seems untouched by the tourism industry. A collective taxi from Cerro de Pasco will drop you off at a visitors hut, where a park ranger will invite you in for two soles. Enough to let you wander the forest for several hours.→