The archeological complex of Tipon is among the three places included in the tourist Southern Circuit. It is found at the southern end of the city of Cusco, some 23 kms. Away, at an altitude of 3560 meters above sea level. The dominant hypothesis about the origin of the name Tipon is that it probably

Sixty-nine kilometers outside of Cusco you find a marvelous tourist site called the “Moray Agricultural Laboratory.” It consists of amazing circular terraces that look like rings. They were used to cultivate and acclimate agricultural crops such as potatoes, corn, quinoa, kiwicha, winter and summer squash, and even coca. We know this thanks to the seeds

Considered by locals “The Incan Bridge”, Q’eswachaca is one of the hanging bridges of the great road system that once tied the Inca Empire together. While, after the Spanish invasion, most of those bridges disappeared, this bridge continues and is continually kept up thanks to the ability and knowledge of local residents, skills and knowledge