“The Lost City of the Incas’’ is one of the world’s new 7 wonders. It is an engineering masterpiece made with large pieces of polished stone. It sits majestically on a mountaintop situated between the Andes Mountains and the Amazon basin.
The heart of the Inca Empire keeps fascinating travelers from all over the world with its impressive stone constructions and its churches, which resulted from the cultural fusion between Inca and Spanish influences.
Home to macaw collpas and the world’s largest mammals. Herons, caimans and giant otters populate its lagoons. This rich diversity is due to its three different ecological systems: the Andean eastern watershed, the Amazon plains and the pampas.
The blue immensity of the lake can be observed from every corner of the island of Suasi, which itself is a peaceful slope with Andean terraces covered with flowers, hummingbirds and wild vicuñas.
The large-size geoglyphs traced over the surface of the Nazca desert are an amazing sight that can be observed from the air. These lines are a riddle that has yet to be deciphered.