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"small site"
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"puka pukara"
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"interesting cave"
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"human sacrifices"
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"summer solstice"
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"stone table"
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"big rock"
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"zig zag"
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"city tour"
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"natural stone"
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"boleto turistico"
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"nearby ruins"
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"visit sacsayhuaman"
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"sacred place"
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Reviewed January 16, 2018

I did not find this site interesting. Of course it is mandatory to go with a guide, if you want to understand something. The stone carves are worth some photos

1  Thank Elphax
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Reviewed January 15, 2018

A smaller site just outside of Cusco with interesting altars carved into living rock. Well worth the effort if you are already bagging Boleto de Touristico sites.

Thank Rich M
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Reviewed January 7, 2018

If these are the only Inka ruins you get to see it is worth it. But if you are like us and you hike all the way from down town Cusco or are seeing Machu Picchu you can save you money. The real issue is...More

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Reviewed December 30, 2017

We did four ruins one morning and Q'enqo was the third. It's a small place but quite different to the others. Circular with zig-zag paths/walkways cut into the stone. There's a 'ceremonial' alcove too which is interesting. It doesn't take too long to see the...More

Thank Kerryn72
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Reviewed November 30, 2017 via mobile

This is a good place to walk to after Sacsayhuaman. It has an interesting place where the Incas displayed their mummies and a lama sacrificial stone. We didn't have a guide and I wish we would have. It's a much smaller site than Sacsayhuaman.

Thank jane850
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Reviewed November 21, 2017

This is near Sacsayhuaman and worth a quick detour to see. There are a couple of caves that are interesting to walk through. Go with a guide for the best experience.

Thank austinfamilyof4
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Reviewed November 21, 2017

These ruins were definitely worth checking out and quite different from many of the others nearby. It's truly amazing to walk through and ponder about the Inca civilization.

Thank BRDman7
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Reviewed November 17, 2017

You walk a short way only to see an altar platform in a cave. What is amazing though is the fact that on the day of the summer solstice, light floods the altar and the cave.

Thank gweeboonhiah
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Reviewed November 7, 2017

We were on a tour with a guide. This really helped with his knowledge of this ancient rock.We found out this is one of the finest examples of artfully carved rock displaying complex patterns of geometric reliefs and puma designs. On the top of the...More

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Reviewed November 5, 2017

Out of all the Inca sites that are part of your itinerary in and around Cuzco, this one is uniquely different. Qenqo is basically a small tunnel system with spaces inside to bid farewell to the dead. The place is a bit eerie but in...More

Thank RaktimRay
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Sorry to be so late on this one I've been travelling. We paid a travel agent who set up transportation & guides at all our locations so i don't know how much each place was. Never used a travel agent and I travel all the... More
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