miércoles, 27 de abril de 2016

The glorious valley of the Incas

Between towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo in Cusco there is the extense valley that limits with sacred river of Vilcanota, named “Sacred Valley of the Incas”. The altitud is less than Cusco (2700-2900 meters) and it is characterized by pleasant weather conditions, vegetation, flora,  abundant wildlife (for example, the spectacled bear hábitat) and for its fertile land, where famous giant white corn is grown.

The Sacred Valley of the Incas includes the highest concentration of archaeological sites in Perú (350) as the Arqueological Complex of Pisac, Huchuy Qosqo, Urco, Moray, etc. Whole valley is full of incredible snow mountains and marvelous andean landscapes that also includes the “andenes”, terracings of land in a phased manner that were used for the sowing and nowadays are still used.

Many communities located in the extense of Sacred Valley of the Incas today preserve ancestral customs and celebrate festivities that are result of fusion between Catolic religión, brought by the spaniards during the colonial, and the Inca culture.  

In addition, the Sacred Valley of the Incas is also one of the main destinies for outdoor adventure experiences like sports (downhill, zipline, boating) horse trips, etc.


If you want to visit this incredible place we will wait for you in Madre Tierra Resort, located in the heart of Sacred Valley: Urubamba. For more information about us, you can visit our web site: Madre Tierra Resort

And if you are interested in other tourist activities, you can click on Madre Tierra Resort: tourist activities

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