This content requires Adobe Flash Player version
Either you do not have Adobe Flash Player installed,
or your version is too old,
or there is a problem with your Flash installation and we were unable to detect it.
The Agro Veterinarias in Cuzco are all quite close to the tour- ist area of the old colonial city. Depending on the location of your hotel, (and one’s ability to deal with the 3500m altitude of Cuzco) it is possible to walk to these stores. In daylight hours, this area of Cuzco is safe for tourists to stroll around. How- ever, if you prefer to take a taxi, the hotel will call a trusted one for you. The cost for the cab will be around 10 soles (~US$3) which would include the 5 minutes wait time needed for you to do your shopping.
In Cuzco, an unremarkable street called ‘Calle Tres Cruces de Oro’ (the three golden crosses) is home to well over 10 vet- erinaras. Almost all of these Agro Veterinarias stock Halatal. Most stores have the boxes on open display either on the shelf behind or in front of the counter, or in a glass cabinet under the counter. In 2012 the cost of a single 50ml bottle of Halatal ranges between 22 and 25 soles (US$8-$9). It is advisable to purchase two - three bottles (6 - 9gm of Nembutal).