Our circuit has an unparalleled view of landscapes that surprise and encourage us to beautify the city, as an inspiring source for an ascent walk to the top of our park, we find seven strategic points with a theme based on ¨The divine comedy¨ of Dante Alighieri who in his writings immortalized ideas and thoughts that make it possible for you to start from earth to hell, which here is the other way around, you start from earth and end up in heaven, ascending towards the hand of God to be forgiven. In this way, eight sculptures will predominate in the circuit, for example in ¨La Divina Comedia¨ the first protector is the three-headed dog, which is Cerberus, in this case our first guardian is the Otorongo, which is a three-headed animal, the otorongo is a mythological being that takes care of everything in our area. Our first sin is laziness, which is going to be established there in the Amazonian worldview based on Amazon Mythology. Each of the sins such as envy, lust, laziness, gluttony, greed, pride are protected by mythological beings of our Amazon with which it is sought that our visitor is informed and related to their actions, of this It forms the plegasi circuit, it ends in the sin of anger in which you have to go through all the sins so that you can just be forgiven by the hand of God. blessed and it is precisely this magical and charming place that makes Tarapoto and its surroundings a prosperous place, having as iconic the main phrase in which “the hand of God and man come together to create something magical and something surprising as a blessed place Tarapoto”. In our Taytamaki viewpoint, which is a place where you can see this beautiful landscape beauty of the city of Tarapoto and the San Martin Valley.
Alahusito the guide, are you sure you are already making them carry your Di Talega? The poor man is going to foam up, you have to keep walking one more Ashishito to enjoy paradise and the preciousness of the view, if you see a colleague who is Umpurized, idem chicken with plague, encourage him to continue and do not be Chambón because you have more Force, do not be like the Yacuruna and back, that no matter how superb it had to be confined to the rivers and lakes where it is king, but if you put it on the ground it is slower than the Motelo and it walks like Pelejo. This reminds us that we must always be humble and grateful to those who help us and also to the nature of which we are brothers.
To pass we must show our gratitude to the guide by reciting the following verses:
Thank you guide for your company
For continuing to liven up our day
For showing us humility
And to walk in community