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Humantay, Turquoise Lake

Humantay, Turquoise Lake

The Humantay Lagoon is formed as a thaw product of the Humantay Snowy which in turn is part of a mountain range called the Vilcabamba mountain range. What differentiates the Humantay Lagoon from other lagoons, is the natural color that it possesses, since it does not have much marine flora in its waters, it has an indescribable color in words, but understandable to the eyes, forming a unique landscape, when travelers seek to capture The ideal moment with their cameras capture a wonderful and magical landscape at the same time. All this and more makes the Humantay Lagoon a place very visited by all the tourists who visit Cusco.
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  • 5 hours
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Visit Machupicchu And Discover The Main Treasure Of The Inca Empire

Visit Machupicchu And Discover The Main Treasure Of The Inca Empire

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*Come and enjoy the Majestic citadel built by the Inca Empire *You will feel the energy of this magical place *You will enjoy the tour in small groups
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  • 13 hours
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