In the Moray area, we find a colonial road that leads to the town of Maras and then to the Salineras mines. Between the four Moray platforms, the archaeological site is intertwined with the Inca roads.
Moray Maras Hike, is a half-day trail that is semi-plane and moderate descent! Moray is the best idea to walk through the Andes and the sites of the Incas.
Starting with Moray, then arriving in the town of Maras, and ending at the Urubamba River but without first exploring and tasting the salt of the Incas in Salinas.
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Highlights Moray Maras Tour:
The trip start at 9:30 am.
Note: The vehicles to use “see the photo in prices.”
The Maras Salt Mines are located at 3,000 meters above sea level and approximately 1 hour and a half from the city of Cusco. These are salt mines and their exploitation is as old as the Tahuantinsuyo. Located on the hillside, the Maras salt mines, in the form of terraces or platforms, are filled by subway water that flows down the creek. The origin of the source of the water is still a mystery.
The terraces of Moray are agricultural terraces built in depressions or gigantic natural pits. These terraces are superimposed concentrically, taking the form of a gigantic amphitheater. The deepest terrace is 150 m and its average height is 1.80 m.
This Moray Maras Hike tour is perfect for those who want to have real contact with the Inca history and learn more about the local communities.
PRICES PER PERSON [USD] 2022
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Maras Moray Hike 1 day
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