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We first saw intipata as a scar on the hillside in the far distance. As we got closer we realised that it is a colossal series of terraces running down the side of the mountain. The amount of labour involved and the quality of the...More
Another fabulous set of Inca ruins on the third day of the Inca trail.
Set high on a hill with a lonely llama herd and a great view of the valley, river and the next camp site.
Good spot for a rest and a snack...More
We had been talking about going there for more than 50 years... and were not disappointed! Had to go basck in again after lunch and enjoy more of the magic of this fabulous site, The view, the craftmanship, the atmosphere, the mystery of it all!
Intipata or sun terrace is one of those sites where one can sit for hours and marvel at the stunning view of the mighty Urubamba river and the surrounding valley. We arrived here shortly after 12 pm on the third day of our hike. Although...More
This place is certainly one of the seven wonder of the world in my opinion.
If you do the trail get ready to walk a lot in any temperature. Humidity is heavy and the sun is tropical. You need strong sunscreen and mosquito repellent.