The remote ruins of Pumamarca remain a well kept secret compared to the famous neighboring ruins of Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu. Built on a steep Andean hillside overlooking the intersection of the Patacancha and Yuracmayo rivers, these lesser-visited ruins were once a ceremonial center for the Wari people, becoming a fortress for the later Inca civilization. Pumamarca also holds important historical significance as one of the few places where the Spaniards suffered a military defeat against the Incas.
.is done on horses
.includes a guide
.the tour starts at 9am and another wings at 2pm
While we are doing the memory we will appreciate Inca terraces, landscapes, mountains, rivers and the Inca roads
the most important thing is to bring a camera, sunscreen, jacket,