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We went to so many different Inca sites. I was looking forward to this one because they said it was the most modern or the newest in the Inca empire. It was just a tall wall and some rooms. When you’re with a tour I...More
Raqchi is an Inca archaeological site located in the Cusco region and 110 km outside of Cusco. It is 3480 meters above sea level. It is an ideal stop if you are traveling between Puno and Cusco but its not really worth a special trip...More
The drive from Cusco to Puno in our luxury, private bus was very enjoyable. It was long but the frequent stops to visit places made the drive all worthwhile. Raqchi was our second stop. This Incan archaeological site, at 11,147 feet above sea level is...More
Well worth a stop if in this area to view this ruined Inka structure, that still gives a number of secrets a2ay on how it was constructed. Situated near the local church, also worth a brief visit and vibrant market place, geared for the locals...More
This is an unusual and vast site, and the first thing you see is an imposing 14 metre high wall, the remains of a massive temple. The site was built with both stone and clay, and there are partially reconstructed buildings that the archeologists have...More