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Huchuy Qosqo Full Day[:]

OVERVIEW

The hills above the Sacred Valley are filled with Inca sites and small communities that are rarely visited by tourists. The Huchuy Qosqo Trek offers the adventurous traveler a peek at one these rarely-visited sites, Huchuy Qosqo (“Little Cusco”), as well as the opportunity to hike in the high Andes. Legend holds that a century before the Spanish invasion, the Inca Emperor Viracocha and his retinue retreated to Huchuy Qosqo when the Inca capital city of Cusco was attacked by their fierce rivals, the Chancas tribe. Viracocha left the defense of the city to his son, Pachacutec, who repelled the invaders and went on to become famous as the Inca Emperor who vastly expanded the Empire and built its most important sites, including Machu Picchu.

Included:

  • Box lunch
  • Professional guide

Not Included

  • Transportation .
  • Huchuy Qosqo entrance fee.
  • Emergency horse.


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OVISIÓN DE CONJUNTO

Las colinas sobre el Valle Sagrado están llenos de sitios incas y pequeñas comunidades que rara vez son visitadas por los turistas. El Huchuy Qosqo Trek ofrece al viajero aventurero un vistazo a uno de estos sitios visitados raramente, Huchuy Qosqo ( “Pequeño Cusco”), así como la oportunidad de caminar en las alturas de los Andes. La leyenda sostiene que un siglo antes de la invasión española, el emperador Inca Viracocha y su comitiva se retiró a Huchuy Qosqo cuando la ciudad capital inca de Cusco fue atacado por sus rivales feroces, la tribu Chancas. Viracocha abandonó la defensa de la ciudad a su hijo, Pachacútec, quien repelió a los invasores y se convirtió en famoso como el emperador inca que expandió el Imperio y construyó sus sitios más importantes, incluyendo Machu Picchu.

Incluido:

  • Box lunch
  • guía profesional

No incluido

  • Transporte .
  • precio de la entrada Huchuy Qosqo.
  • Caballo de emergencia.


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