Chinchero Ruins Colonial Chapel trips towards the plains of the valley and the Andes of Chinchero. The textiles are a magnificent show. The beauty of the church highlights the colonial architecture near the Inca walls.
Chinchero Inca site was an enclosure and sacred temple. Chinchero has a traditional indigenous fair on the side of Chinchero ruins. The beauty of the church highlights the colonial architecture near the Inca walls. After visiting this magnificent site, we go to the circular ruins of moray, “the Inca greenhouse” the famous salt mines of the village of Maras are the last place to visit. When we return, we will make some stops in different viewpoints to appreciate the beautiful areas of the trip.
The tour starts at 8:00 a.m.
At 8:00 am pick-up at your hotel in Cusco
The Chinchero is a prosperous Inca and Colonial city; it has beautiful sunrises and fascinating sunsets. The visit explores the area in depth; we start with a visit to the textile center. “Visitors can choose to buy some Inca items to take home.”
In the area, we will have an incredible view of the Andes, the plains, and the Catholic Church of Chinchero. The Church’s construction has vaulted pipes oriented towards the Inca square; the highlight of the church is the murals.
As the visit continues, we head to the Inca constructions of Chinchero today, known as the Chinchero archaeological group. In Chinchero, we have spring water; the Andean ancestors preferred spring water for its purity; healthily organizes the human body.
Explore the temples that make up the Chinchero area. In Chinchero, we have a platform system; These platforms adapt edible plants from different microclimates. It is vital to control the land for it to grow.
The final sites to visit are moray and salt mines. Moray was the genetic laboratory of plants.
Note: The vehicles to use “see the photo in prices.”
PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2021 – 2022 | We run this tour only as a Private Service
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