The devils balcony is located 20 minutes northeast of the city of Cusco, the Devil's Balcony stands at an impressive height of 3800 meters above sea level. It is one of the many tours close to the city of Cusco, offering visitors the opportunity to explore the cultural evidence of the area while surrounded by the beauty of nature. The Balcony of the Devil is also known as the Bridge.
The balcony stands 10 meters high, constructed from a combination of granite and limestone minerals, and the lower part has been eroded by the waters of the Chakn river water, a tunnel has been created, which gives it the shape of a rock castle.
Also, the balcony has a triangular shaped window almost 2 m from side to side, resembling a room. Probably, this natural formation was an Inca or huaca shrine, to offer offerings and worship to water and Pachamama.
Viewpoint of Chakan
On our tour we can enjoy these sites:
It is a 40 m rock formation, located 3 km from the city of Cusco, exactly on the Inca road from Cusco to Antisuyo, in which the Incas performed Andean rituals. Excavations at the site revealed buildings, platforms, burials and remains of channels.
Formed by the outcrop of limestone rock that forms a passage, located a few meters from the Temple of the Moon. Likewise, it has a rock where zoomorphic figures such as snakes, toads, and monkeys or pumas are carved.
This old neighborhood called Toqocachi, "salt cave" in the Inca era, is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in all of Cusco, since here are the art galleries of Cusco artists, it has very magical and pictorial streets, In addition to having one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the entire city of Cusco.
Temple of the Moon
TOUR DETAILS (Schedules, duration, Language, Type of Tour, Transportation, Where the tour ends)
The languages we offer on our tour are:
Our transport is 100% tourist with air conditioning, first aid equipment.
PRICE (Private Tour)
Reservations are canceled 48 hours in advance, otherwise No Show is charged
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