This was the "Kings Retreat" back when the Incas were alive. Make sure you book this trip with a tour guide so he can provide history on this area. It also makes it easier to have a guide, so he can worry about the transportation getting you to this wonderful place.
This is a ruin with a series of aqueduct,waterfall and canal through the wall of rock bed. It is a lot of tourist bus arrived since it is located 5 miles from Cusco.A tourist spot is better with tour guide.
WOW such an incredible place. the size was incredible. well worth the climb to the top. One. She made it come to life. of my favorite places due to the size and is's function. We had a great tour guide Rosemary from Condor Travel
In the Sacred Valley you are at 9,600 feet so when you begin to climb to these ruins, you are going up from there. We were able to to it without too much difficulty, but some with breathing problems chose not to try it. Better have a really good fact book with you if you don't have a tour guide... 更多
We visited Tambomachay, the Water Temple, as part of a half-day tour provided by Valencia Travel. It's a short walk from the parking lot and is a small, interesting site.
Nice walk, you might be able to hire a guide at the entrance. The place doesn't have signs to help you understand what you are looking at. Local crafts (texttile) can be purchased on site.
A short ride from Cusco, these ruins offered yet another glance into Incan life. Unlike other ruins, these did not require a lot of work to visit. Not a lot of climbing or anything that might limit those with less physical stamina. While perhaps not a must-see, nonetheless worth a visit if oyu have the time.
Even though this site is not as impressive as some of the othe Inca and pre-Inca sites; it is worth the visit. Go there alone and hope you don't get a few busloads of uninterested tourists spoiling the visit. When staying in Cuzco take a taxi that takes you to Tambomachay and walk back to town and in the mean... 更多