The name of these petroglyphs is attributed to the fact that in the sector where they’re found, there’s an abundance of the birds known as Panguana. The principal characteristic of the petroglyphs is that they were made at the same time on a rock formation 2 meters high. The surface of both rocks is covered with carvings that form anthropomorphic and abstract figures. The rock collection lies in the high hilly terrain surrounding a river valley.

Location Access
Province:Mariscal Carceres
Distance:
Time:
40 kilometers from
Juanjui to
Bagazan
3 hours in a boat
from Juanjui to
Bagazan
2.5 kilometers
from Bagazan to
the Petroglyphs
1 and a half hours
on foot
District:Pachiza
Locality
Reference:
On the right bank of
the Pachicilla River
Site Details
Entrance Fee:
Opening Hours:
Museum & Other Services:
Free EntryN/AN/A