Archives: Attractions

Urcos Lagoon, in the province of Quispicanchi, contains the legend that tells how the Inca Huayna Cápac, at the height of his government, ordered to manufacture for his firstborn a gold chain, about 200 long strokes and a thickness of

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Taqrachullo, remarkably unknown. Here you can get higher views of the panoramic canyons, as well as explore these interesting ruins. Take your time to ‘walk lightly’ around the area in your own time and marvel at the work of the

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The archaeological complex of Kanamarca, also called K´anamarca, is located in the Alto Pichigua district, in the province of Espinar, within the department and region of Cusco; at a height of 3 950 meters above sea level. At a geographical

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Once again the region of Cusco surprises us with a new wonder in its territory, the wonders that this region possesses are incalculable since it was the cradle of the vast and majestic Inca Empire, what we have left is

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Located at 3360 meters above sea level on the banks of the Apurimac River, in the district of Qoporaque, province of Espinar, department of Cusco, Mawk’allaqta, it is one of the impressive little known archeological sites. His man, translated from

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Sculptures of enigmatic aspects whose formations cast shadows of extraordinary and varied forms that are trapped in the imagination of the visitor. This majestic place known as Tres cañones, or Suykutambo Canyon, being located in the district that bears the

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Queswachaca is a rope bridge made with Inca ancestral techniques and knowledge, which has been transmitted from generation to generation until today for approximately 600 years. The Queswachaca Bridge is over the waters of the Apurimac river. The Queswachaca suspension

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Checacupe is one of the 8 districts of the province of Canchis, and according to the references it is over 3,450 meters high, its climate is cold and dry and therefore there are not many products, but, even so, there

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Chicha, one of the oldest and most beloved drinks in Peru, which is not only for drinking but is also used in Peruvian cuisine, a drink derived mainly from the non-distilled fermentation of corn. Its production and consumption extended from

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Located at Km 22 Route Cusco – Pisac. This is an organization dedicated to rescuing animals that have suffered the mistreatment of man, or those from illegal wildlife trafficking, delivered in custody by the Ecological Police or the Peruvian Government.

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