| 357.09 km2|
854 metres (2,802 ft)
|Population (as of the 2005 Census)|
|Mayor||Eugenio Eslivan Tirado Ortiz|
The district capital is Balsas. The district covers an area of 357.09 km², and is located at an altitude of 854 above sea level.
Major fesitvals in the area are the Carnivals in February, Guadalupe's Virgin on October 9 and Master of the Miracles on October 28.
His most out-standing touristical attractions are: the Vales of the River Cashew, archaeological ruins of Balsas, Gollón and Pircapunta, which are also declared as a cultural heritage of the Nation.