What do you know about the Andes religious? This day you will learn how they fell the respect to the Pachamama (Pacha = Earth / Mama = Mother). For this ancient people, the earth offer everything that they need for their live, the show their respect to the Pachamama offering coca leaves and typical Andean food and others gifts.
Pick up from your hotel and drive towards to Moray, this community is famous for its embedded amphitheatre, formed by four circular terraces which seem to disappear into the interior of the Puna, like an artificial crater. Evidence seems to suggest that Moray was an important centre of Inca agricultural research on crops.
Continue the visit of Maras. Its main attraction, apart from its church, that dates from the colonial period, are the salt mines located near the town which captivate sightseers and in particular, photographers. You will continue your tour by visiting Ollantaytambo. This pre-historic fort majestically dominates the valley. It is up of temples and pats united by a complete system of water and sewer irrigation canals.
Finally, visit to Chinchero, which is believed to be the mythical birthplace of the rainbow. Its major claim to tourism is its colorful Sunday market. Visiting the main plaza, we will find an adobe colonial church, dating from the early seventeenth century. At the end of the day you will turn back to Cusco.
**** The order of the visits may vary