Maras and Moray

visit the town of Maras, also called Maras. There are salt mines whose exploitation is as old as the Tahuantinsuyo The settlers channel the saline water that emanates from the ground into pools in which, by effects of the sun , evaporates leaving on the surface the salt which is then treated to be sold in the local market Then we will proceed to the Moray amphitheater, formed by four circular terraces which seem to disappear into the interior of the puna, like an artificial crater. Apparently the place was an Inca agricultural research center devoted to experimenting with crops around the different altitudinal levels of their plots (some over 100 m deep). The terraces, built on retaining walls filled with fertile earth and watered by complex irrigation systems, enabled cultivate more than 250 plants.

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includes a visit to the archaeological complex of Pikillacta and the colonial town of Andahuaylillas. We begin our tour with the ruins of Pikillacta 30 kms. South of Cusco, considered an archaeological pre-Inca times, location where even the narrow streets of the old city are preserved. Road to Andahuaylillas high and impressive cover of Rumicolca which constituted the main and obligatory entrance Cusco.En valley's population will visit the famous Andahuaylillas Church observed Andahuaylilllas considered as the Sistine Chapel of Peru. The interior contains one of the most beautiful examples of colonial art with its golden altars, murals, paintings and polychrome ceiling. On the way passing through the towns of San Sebastian, San Jeronimo, Saylla and Oropesa, traditional villages famous for their delicious breads and pork rinds.

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Visit the main churches in the city: The Cathedral,. Built on the former palace of Inca Wiracocha has many paintings of the Cusco School and its famous bell" Maria Angola ", one of the largest in the world.

church and convent of La Merced One of the most beautiful cloisters of Baroque and Renaissance style. It has a small museum of religious art exhibits Gold Custody 1.30m.adornada with a protruding diamonds and pearls horn-shaped, the world's second largest.

convent of Santo Domingo Koricancha-Temple, the most important example of the fusion of two cultures It was built on the most famous Inca religious center: The Temple of the Sun or Koricancha, comprising a series of terraces the upper platform is a set dedicated to different deities of the Empire temples, the most important temples of the Sun, the Moon, the Stars and the Rainbow.

The Society of Jesus is considered one of the best examples of colonial baroque in America, its facade is spectacular all carved stone, inside a beautiful altar covered in gold leaf built on a chapel is Underground, the church also has a collection of sculptures and paintings a transcendental Wedding nephew of San Ignacio de Loyola and Ñusta of Inca stock.


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08.00 hrs. Departure to the town of Maras, there we will meet the Horsemen and horses after riding a little talk, we will start riding to the archaeological complex of Moray, guided tour, then continue to Pichingoto the Salt, where we also have one, then lunch, afternoon tour will continue riding through the area Pichingoto, before returning to Cusco, arriving at 5:30 pm approximately.

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Enjoy a delicious dinner at an upscale restaurant near the Plaza de Armas, and also appreciate Peruvian professional dancers and musicians who perform a spectacular show of Andean folk music.

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Temple of Wiracocha

This unique complex was actually a heavily-populated area, a place of vast dimensions, spreading across 264 hectares. It included in its facilities, temples, palaces, for astronomical observations, food storehouses and walls. It is located outside right Vilcanota River between 3450 and 3550 meters above sea level. One of the most important places in the resort Rajchi is undoubtedly the Temple of Wiracocha. However, this is not the only ruin on site is also the great wall, ceremonial fountains, buildings . sphere-shaped and rectangular houses also the Temple of Wiracocha one of the most mysterious constructions in Cusco, a unique complex of cylinder-shaped columns and four naves There is no other building like this

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BRIDGE Q'eswachaka

This is a unique journey. Q'eswachaka Bridge is located in the Apurimac river, at about 13.000 feet, in Canas province. This stunning bridge is 120 feet long, and rebuilt each or two years as communal effort by all the inhabitants of the region. About 700 men and women from the communities and Ccollana Huinchiri target Q'eswachaka the Feast of bridge construction. The weaving and construction techniques have passed generation to generation since the bridge was first built in the time of the Incas, probably in the fifteenth century The scenery is breathtaking, the only possibility of being immersed in the local Peruvian culture

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is located at the base of the mountain Qoriq'aqya in the Sacred Valley, descendants of birds is believed, therefore, until the first decades of this century, they lived in mountain caves and at a higher level where they climbed with the help of ropes and ladders, it is assumed that people lived and kept the product of their agricultural work.

Today, still retain this custom, and their houses are built into the rock, some are located within houses of adobe and have tile or calamine recently built, and are preserved in order to show them to visitors.

The people of this town have a minimum level of instruction, have a small Catholic chapel and electricity in their homes. The visit to this town given alone or combined with the excursion to Maras and Moray as They are on the same route.

After the tour, lunch at a tourist restaurant Valley.

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The word coca comes from the Aymara word meaning q'oka food for the workers, for thousands of years has been a key element in the daily life and religious rituals of many indigenous cultures of South America. chewed with lime, which serves as a catalyst, its leaves release a mild dose of alkaloid, alleviating hunger, pain, thirst, and even supplying some vitamins otherwise absent from the diet of indigenous Heights.

Since ancient times coca was used in indigenous religious practices, and in the prediction or reading, until today in the Andes is customary to use coca to guess and see what will happen in the future, Visionaries are people who inherited from their parents these teachings.

The viewer (Paqo in Quechua language) asks the visitor's name and the reason for your visit, then he goes into a prayer to his guardian spirits (Apus) of the hills; and raises three coca leaves and blowing towards the mountains mentioned in his prayer, then he throws a handful coca on a colored cloth (unkuña) and look closely at the position where the leaves have fallen and so begins a dialogue between the diviner and the visitor.

This ceremony can be performed in sacred spaces or energy where the Paqo (Shaman) takes us a personal and unforgettable experience.

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This Inca ritual, which endures even among the inhabitants of the Andes, is where it is offering to Mother Earth as a sign of retribution and reverence for the crops and the food it provides to its people and animals.

In turn through this ritual asking for favors to Mother Earth, to meet your needs such as hunger or thirst, and the Ayni (retribution) where he offered to earth occurred to her to return them with a favor.

Everything had to be in harmony, and if something happened was that this harmony was broken especially in the spiritual aspect, and this had to be corrected with the assistance of the Apus or Mother Earth for they were also living beings with needs of hunger, thirst, and they reached these offerings.

One of the most important deities of the Incas was the Moon, called Mama Quilla, who was the sister and wife of God Inti (Sun), accompanied the God Inti in equal rank in the heavenly court, she was the mother of the sky, was the feminine side of the universe, influenced on the tides, the growth of plants, fertilization The Incas built, lunar calendars, temples dedicated to this deity

Currently, this ceremony is performed in holy places, properly directed making offerings to Mother Earth or Pachamama with great faith.

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CANOPY monkey tail


The Canopy Cola de Mono is located 2 km from the town of Santa Teresa, in the town of Chuntayoc in Sacsara Valley river. 15 km about Machu Picchu village..


The Canopy" Cola de Mono "is an adventure activity that is anchored to the mountain to other cables, where a person slips through a pulley attached to a waist harness.

This Canopy is the first designed and built in Peru and the highest in South America. 2500 meters cable are divided into 6 sections, where the longest is over 400 meters away and the highest It is more than 150 meters high.

The tour lasts about 2 hours and points of departure and arrival platforms are installed in ground or air rock. The maximum speed of a sliding cable is 60 km. / H.

The complement to this activity is a rock climbing a vertical ladder called" Via Ferrata "located more than 150 meters from Sacsara, river belonging to the Valley where the" Canopy Cola de Mono ".

All this activity is done with a previous instructive talk on a base that is located under the canopy wires in a small wire school, which gives the customer an overview of the experience is to be known camp .

The canopy tour begins with a walk to rise about 20 minutes, then circuit 6 cables will be another small hike down to the base, where the equipment is returned to camp.

The tour is guided and includes equipment (harness, helmet and gloves).

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Cusco, archaeological capital of America and Cultural Heritage is an attraction for world tourism It is located at 3,328 meters - 10,500 feet and is about an hour from Lima by air..

Cusco is one of the busiest tourist centers in South America, cosmopolitan city where the late history at every turn, is a large and welcoming valley surrounded by mountains where the fabulous megalithic ruins interlock Sacsayhuaman Fortress Q'enqo, the Inca Baths or Tambomachay and Puca Pucara, magnificent testimonies of Inca culture, one of the most advanced pre-Columbian America. The annual average temperature is 11º C with a maximum of 17 ° C and Minimum -2º C. The rainy season is from November to March.

112 km of Cusco is the mysterious and ancient citadel of Machu Picchu 2,500 masl, called "Lost City of the Incas", was discovered in 1911 by the American explorer Hiram Bingham, exhibits buildings granite arranged . along winding paths and stone steps still preserves vestiges of military fortifications, temples, altars, the sundial, squares, fountains and aqueducts, besides the famous terraces where agriculture development.