The Cantalloc Aqueducts are underground galleys and they served to transport water from one place to another, inside the valley. Their ceiling is made with flat stones and in some sections ancient Nazcans used Huarango wood (A local tree). In the area there are over 130 aqueducts, we can tell that the ancient Nazcans were experts in hydraulics.
The ruins known as Paredones were an ancient Inca administrative center, it served as an expansion base for this part of their territory. It has hallways, stone made constructions and several rooms. The Cantalloc geoglyphs are a group of needles and triangles that represent the ways they made their fabric.
Duration: This tour takes 2 hours
- Transport from and to your hotel
- Professional Guide
- Entrance fees