Private tours Chinchero, Maras ,Moray and Ollantaytambo DAILY DEPARTURES !!! Immersed by breathtaking Andean beauty, the Maras Salt Pans and concentric agricultural terraces at Moray are lesser-known attractions in the Sacred Valley. Both sites, though unrelated
in purpose, illustrate how the Incas used their understanding of the environment to capitalized on the natural resources at their fingertips.
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The Sacred Valley of the Incas is beautiful stretch of small villages and ancient ruins spread across a broad plain and rugged mountain slopes that run from southeast to northwest of Cusco. Explore the ample attractions just outside Cusco as you enjoy a full-day tour of the attractions of the Sacred Valley and Urubamba Valley in Peru. this fantastic tour to see Moray the Greenhouse Farming Laboratory. The Incas used these circular terraces located west of Cusco, like an agricultural "research station" By a freak of climate and terrain, the average temperature on the lower terraces is much cooler than on the higher ones, thus enabling "researchers" to test different crop strains for different climates. Storings and channelling water was another key to the Andeans success as farmers.