Sacred Valley of the Incas are located 2400 meters above sea level, comprising the valleys connected by the Urubamba River between the towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo Inca fortress original still retains its main traces.
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In the morning, our guide will pick you up at Hotel to address the main square of Chinchero, located 35 km northwest of Cusco, on the foundations of an Inca important center built in the late 1400s. Here we will walk through the ruins of the village Chinchero known as Rainbow. The habitacintes from the area offer visitors a variety of handicrafts from the region into a scene of stunning beauty.
Al caer la tarde prepararemos nuestro campamento para descansar y recargar baterías para las actividades del día siguiente.
Take the ravine Jakajlluyoc a narrow dirt road reaching the highest point of the route that is open for Tuqsana on the four thousand feet. From that point we have a breathtaking view of snow Illawuaman or San Juan, as well as the entire valley.
Then we will have a descent to the Laguna Yanacocha that located 3800 meters above sea level, surrounded by native forest Queuña, trees from the area in danger of extinction. Continue with the decrease in the area bordered by a road Quelokatupa of wild hawthorn and some houses scattered along the creek. Finally we arrive at the Community of Huayoccari where the walk ends.
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Small personal backpack, sleeping bag, hiking shoes, warm clothing, light, insect repellent, sunscreen, sunglasses, flashlights, video cameras and photos.
Map Tour Adventure in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Perú