The district of Huaros is located in the far east of the province of Canta (marked in red)
|density||2.6 inhabitants per km²|
|founding||December 30, 1944|
|Alcalde District||Pedro Bandan Camargo
The Huaros district is located in the Canta Province in the Lima region of western Peru . The district was established on December 30, 1944. In 2017, 837 people lived on an area of 327 km². In 1993 the population was 1192, in 2007 it was 921. The administrative seat is the high village of Huaros with 342 inhabitants (as of 2017). Huaros is 9 km northeast of the provincial capital Canta .
The Huaros district is located in the mountains of the Peruvian Western Cordillera in the far east of the Canta province. The eastern district boundary runs along the continental divide . The mountain lake Laguna Chuchón is located on a pass road.
The district of Huaros borders in the southwest on the districts Huanza , Laraos (both in the province Huarochirí ) and Canta , in the west on the district San Buenaventura , in the north on the district Atavillos Alto ( province Huaral ) and in the east on the district Marcapomacocha ( province Yauli ).
- Peru: Region Lima (provinces and districts) at www.citypopulation.de