CHINCHERO: In this place we visited 02 points: The archaeological zone of Chinchero likewise we will appreciate the Exhibit of the loom of the pobladores with their typical costumes where they will teach us how they make these textiles using the natural colors and ancestral techniques and with that they make the different garments in loom.
MORAY: It was possibly an Inca agricultural research center where crop experiments were carried out at different heights, the layout of its platforms produces a gradient of microclimates having the center of the concentric circular platforms a higher temperature and gradually reducing towards the outside at lower temperatures.
SALINERAS: These salt mines are also known as "salt mines". They are formed by about 3000 small wells with an approximate area of about 5 m². In times of drought these are filled with salt water that comes from a natural spring that is located above the wells, when the water evaporates the salt crystallizes. When the salt reaches about 10 cm in height from the floor it will be removed and then bagged in cloth sacks and sent to the markets of the region; today that salt is being iodized by state standards. From there we went to Urubamba to have our buffet lunch.
OLLANTAYTAMBO: Visit the majestic ruins of the town of Ollantaytambo, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The archaeological complex of Ollantaytambo was a military, religious and agricultural center. This fabulous architectural setting is exceptionally interesting, due to the size, originality and detail of its structures.
PISAQ: In this enclosure you will find ceremonial baths, a residential settlement, and the largest known Inca cemetery, the oldest in South America. The ruins are surrounded by large agricultural terraces that merge harmoniously with the curvature of the mountain. And we will also visit the typical village of Pisaq where the traditional market is located in the central part of the Plaza.