The Sacred Valley of the Incas, in the Peruvian Andes, is composed of numerous rivers that descend by gorges and small valleys; It has numerous archaeological monuments and indigenous towns. This valley was very appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the main production points for the wealth of its lands and the place where the best corn grain in Peru is produced. In the Sacred Valley of the Incas beautiful colonial towns that were created, and today show their miscegenation in architecture, art and living culture. There are the villages of Chinchero and its weavers, Pisac and its craft fair, Urubamba and its cosmopolitanism, Ollantaytambo, with its fortress and its Inca people alive. And Maras Moray with its dazzling Salinaras, in these territories, of the Sacred Valley, diverse communities have created products of rural tourism and experiential tourism that amaze locals and strangers alike. Each of them is a world in itself, and together, they make up an unprecedented way to get to know the most traditional region of the South American Andes
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