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|Founded||February 05 1861|
| 355.85 km2|
2,500 metres (8,202 ft)
|Population (as of the 2005 Census)|
|Mayor||Juan Carlos Regalado Saldaña|
Cocabamba is a district of the province of Luya. Cocabamba is located in a warm zone in a part that Tomás lowers from the Saint's heights up to the river Cashew. Cocabamba offers several attractive places for tourists such as beautiful waterfalls and several ruins of the Chachapoyas culture. To come to Cocabamba a car takes in the city of Chachapoyas up to Saint Tomás where it finishes the highway. Then it keeps on walking.
The public holiday of the capital Cocabamba is celebrated on October 8. Typical meals are the Purtumote (nickname: the Locro), stew and wheat resvaldo, among others. The District of Cocabamba Tomás (Luya) belongs to the parroquía of the Saint's District.
In the north the District of Cocabamba has border with the District of Pisuquía, in the East with Maria's District, the Saint's District Tomás (Luya) and the District of Leymebamba (Chachapoyas), in the southeast with the District of Rafts (Chachapoyas), in the south-west with the District of Celendin, in the west with the District of Chumuch. The principal entry to the District of Cocabamba is for the Saint's District Tomás (Luya), where it finishes the highway.