Operator: EKA TOUR
Duration: 2013 - February 2014
Private service on minimum 2 pax.
CIRCUIT: Visit to the Pukara de Quitor, a 12th Century (pre-Inca) fortress. Quitor is strategically located and was easily defended on all sides, until the Spanish arrival with the advantage of horses. Partially restored in 1992, the Pukara de Quitor is one of the most complete and impressive of these early defensive measures. Crossing the ;Ayllos or community farm areas, we arrive at Tulor, the site of the earliest known settlement in the area known as the "Aldea de Tulor". This settlement is more than 2,000 years old and consists of circular dwellings interconnected by common passages and patios. Only part of the settlement is visible, the rest has being covered by the constantly moving desert sands. Return to San Pedro.Minimum:
two people (Shared Service)Departures:
Operates Daily (4 hours.)