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Mountain of Colors-Winikunka

The region of Cusco has too many beauties such as: geographical, architectonic, ecological, natural and of course the human warmth of the inhabitants of the region. The “Mountain of Colors”, “Winikunka” or the “Rainbow Mountain” is a beautiful mountain of the Andes Cusqueños, the...

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The Humantay Lake, a natural beauty

The Cusco region once again offers us a natural wonder that is The Humantay Lake, a natural beauty, a magical, attractive turquoise lake; Which is accessed by walking a 3-hour hike from the town of Soraypampa which is where the mobility leaves us. You...

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ATVs and rafting in the region of Cusco

The Cusco region is an inexhaustible source of cultural, architectural, natural and adventure tours; Of course, for people who like adventure there are different activities within the whole region. Cusco is one of the best tourist destinations of adventure, the best of the adventure...

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The Salkantay trek

The Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu, is an adventurous alternative path to the Inca trail, during this hike we can get wonderful views and with different ecological floors; One walks between lagoons, sensational snow-capped: Salkantay and Humantay, crossing also rivers and subtropical areas with...

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The island of the Uros-Puno

The “UROS” are an ancestral town that is currently concentrated in the Collao Plateau in Peru, which inhabit the floating islands located in Puno Bay. Its subsistence is based on the ancestral culture linked to the Titicaca, based on the multiple uses given to...

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Machu Picchu’s historic sanctuary

The Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary is a Quechua name whose words are: Machu meaning “old” and Picchu meaning “mountain” then we can affirm that Machu Picchu means “old mountain” is a stone citadel built Approximately in the 15th century by the Incas. Machu Picchu...

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Piquillacta Archaeological Park

Piquillacta was developed between the years 600 and 1000 A.D. by the Wari culture from the Central Andes (Ayacucho), it expanded southward, ranking in high Andean regions such as Cusco and Sicuani, from there it expanded to the Western valleys of the south coast...

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The Archaeological Park of Ollantaytambo

The archaeological park of Ollantaytambo is also known as the “Living Inca City” is one of the main entrances to the part of the jungle of Cusco, as well as entrance to the town of Aguas Calientes, obligatory step to reach the sanctuary of...

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City Tour in Cusco

Cusco, the oldest city, visited and full of contrasts not only in its structures but also in its culture, festivals, gastronomy give this city a “majestic beauty” so knowing it will be a real journey for everyone who visits. The best way to see...

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“Tambomachay Archaeological Remains”

The name of this archaeological site comes from two Quechua words: Tampu, meaning collective accommodation and Mach´ay, which means resting place. However, according to other references, the word “machay ” means “caverns “, which would describe the peculiar environment of the place where these...

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Q’enqo hidden wonder in Cusco

  In the archaeological complex of Q’enqo there are only carved rocks that could not be destroyed by the Spaniards, little remains of the trails and aqueducts, neither are the enclosures, the deposits or the liturgical baths, in spite of this it is a...

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The Fortress of Sacsayhuaman

  Sacsayhuamán, comes from the Quechua words “saqsay” which means place to satiate, and “Huaman” which means Falcon, then we deduce that Sacsayhuaman is a “place where the Falcon is satiated”, is a “ceremonial fortress” Inca. It began to be built during the Pachacutec...

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All about the Salkantay Walk to Machu Picchu

All about the Salkantay Walk to Machu Picchu It is an old and adventurous alternative path to the Inca Trail, it has spectacular views and with different ecological floors; We will walk among lagoons, impressive snow-capped mountains such as Salkantay and Humantay, crossing rivers...

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Mountain of Colors-Winikunka

Mountain of Colors-Winikunka

February 27, 2019 Cesar Sallo Ramos

The Humantay Lake, a natural beauty

The Humantay Lake, a natural beauty

February 22, 2019 Cesar Sallo Ramos

ATVs and rafting in the region of Cusco

ATVs and rafting in the region of Cusco

February 22, 2019 Cesar Sallo Ramos

The Salkantay trek

The Salkantay trek

February 20, 2019 Cesar Sallo Ramos