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It’s really worth the trip!

All things are already mentioned in other reviews. On one hand it’s sad that these ruins are not... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Renske C
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the thinking man's Machu Picchu

Incallata is the southern most extent of the Incan empire, and a fitting bookend to that site and... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2017
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9 Apr 2018
“It’s really worth the trip!”
7 Dec 2017
“the thinking man's Machu Picchu”
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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

All things are already mentioned in other reviews. On one hand it’s sad that these ruins are not visited more often. On the other hand it is amazing to have the place for yourself. You can spend easily 2-3 hours here. Highly recommended to go...More

1  Thank Renske C
Reviewed 7 December 2017

Incallata is the southern most extent of the Incan empire, and a fitting bookend to that site and Tiwanaku. It had running water and altitude - they liked to throw rocks on their enemies, and preferred to not engage with allegedly-cannibalistic tribes in the Amazon....More

Thank younged
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This is the fascinating site of an Incan city, established in about 1470 and only discovered in 1913. It is not easy to get to, but we did so from Cochabamba with El Mondo Verde, a company established by Remy Van den Berg; a Dutch...More

7  Thank Mark I
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Make no mistake. This is no Machu Pichu. Where the more famous ruins in Peru are made of boulder size rocks seamlessly put together Inkallajta is made of rocks stuck together with mud. But what it lacks in architectural marvel it more than makes up...More

Thank junglehippy
Reviewed 12 March 2016 via mobile

If you are in Cochabamba i would highly recommend a trip to these ruins. It is quite big, and there are no people there, we had the place to ourselves. The place is getting overgrown as there are very few visitors, but this just adds...More

Thank Kettler879
Reviewed 23 October 2015

A three-house drive from Cochabamba, these extensive ruins are great for independent travel and guided tours. You can sometimes hire a guide (or they will come and find you) and it's worth it to learn more about the vast ruins. (Guides speak Spanish). Alternatively, get...More

2  Thank AndeanTrails
Reviewed 3 July 2015

After a long search for the bus that was supposed to go, we took a cab, paying way more than we should. The visit was lovely, so quiet, so beautiful! Beautifully located on a mountain side. Lovely view from there. Unfortunately we didn't understand the...More

1  Thank Marjolein_Wout
Reviewed 16 March 2015

Incredible Place. Full of misteries. There is much more than what a map can tell. You can go around finding different places and exploring different construction without noone telling you to stop. You just need to be respectfull and dont break anything.

Thank Jonatan1986
Reviewed 5 September 2014

There are some large and impressive Inca ruins of multiple different structures here. There is a nice path to walk, which passes a waterfall. We drove here and were able to hire a guide at the entrance, who spoke Quechua and Spanish but not English....More

2  Thank Christopher F
Reviewed 29 July 2014

Has not been restored like Machu Picchu but none the less a beautiful site. Important to come with a guide to share with you the information about the Inca ruin. Enjoyed having the place to ourselves. If you want to go I'd recommend contacting Remy...More

1  Thank Dee S
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