Very few are those who know these spectacular figures drawn in the middle of the desert, in the openness; and although some can only be observed clearly from the air, since they can cover up to 300 m; they represent a cultural and historical icon, typical of Peru, and even more for its enigmatic forms.
Considered the longest and largest river in the world, the Amazon not only houses a large amount of liquid source that flows into the Atlantic sea, with a contribution of up to 170 thousand meters per second; but, it is a habitat and sustenance for an infinity of species that coexist around it, of which human beings are also included.
A complex and historical place that runs more than 39 km in its extension; a road that houses a lot of enigmas that passed through the hands of its builders, the Incas; and it has been a long time since this route was a settlement to guide the enchanted city, and its legacy in time still prevails.
We obtain the TOURCERT certification in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility: We are a company committed to sustainable tourism
Kawsaypaq, a family-owned company formed by a team of professionals who, from the beginning have been carrying out activities that lead to a respect for cultural, environmental and social responsibility, this 28 November has reached a rewarding merit in sustainable tourism, thanks to the hard work of its owners and, in particular, of all those who are part of the company.