Visit the Nazca aqueducts
A hydraulic engineering work to survive in the arid desert of Nazca.
Price from 20 usd
Departs : Daily at any time from 7am. to 4 pm.
Duration: 2 hours approx.
The Cantalloc Aqueducts are a series of aqueducts located 4 km north of the city of Nazca, Peru, built by the Nazca culture. More than 40 aqueducts were built, which were used all year round. There are other aqueducts in different parts of the city.
They are part of a system of aqueducts of the same type called puquios that were built by the pre-Inca civilization of Nazca about 1,500 years ago.
The aqueducts ensured the supply of water to the city of Nazca and the surrounding fields, allowing the cultivation of cotton, beans, potatoes, and other crops in an arid region.
The circuit includes , the Inca ruins called Paredones, and the telar a geoglyph that you can appreciate very closely and it gives you an idea how the Nazca Lines were made.
- Professional tour guide
- Car with A/C
- bottle of water
- free wifi
- Luggage storage