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Cantalloc Aqueduct

Carretera Puquio-Cusco, Nazca, Peru
+51 994 307 771
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Interesting site

The aqueduct is very well preserved and worth a visit, it's mostly combined with a buggy tour in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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Pretty unique and interesting

Another great surprise very closed to Nazca city centre. It is a millennial year all aqueduct that... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ricardo B
London, United Kingdom
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An ingenious system of stone aqueducts built by the people of Nasca in ancients times is still functioning and used by local farmers for irrigation.
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Carretera Puquio-Cusco, Nazca, Peru
+51 994 307 771

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The aqueduct is very well preserved and worth a visit, it's mostly combined with a buggy tour in the sanddunes.

Thank JanvDriel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Another great surprise very closed to Nazca city centre. It is a millennial year all aqueduct that the Nazca tribes built to bring the very scarce water from the mountains to the city. An incredible piece of engineering, there are more than 10 spiral water...More

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you have the means to get here (we were driving a rented car but it would be possible to get a taxi from Nazca as it is only about four miles away - ask it to wait), this is well worth a visit. Excellent...More

Thank SWeaver12
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Well worth a visit. This system of getting water to the people and for irrigation of the crops is very interesting and very old. Las Agujas de Cantalloc nearby point to where the water comes from the hills. ( Agujas is a pointing needle) This...More

Thank Wendy E
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Simply the best I've seen in water conservation and irrigation. Incredible technology for the time to conserve this precious resource in a dry climate. Good view from the air, too. You've got to see them to appreciate.

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Very cool to see the intelligence behind the design of this water system, go with a guide that can explain the history and knowledge behind the thought process.

Thank Travis W
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Our Tour Guide gave us an interesting introduction to the Aqueduct. We could walk down to the Aqueduct to closely examine it, very interesting indeed!

Thank Lraep
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Imagine building something and having it work 1000 years later, that's the aqueducts, go see it, very impressive. You can walk into the the front few and get a great photo from inside

Thank jchiuPVL
Reviewed 27 January 2017

i lved the visit to this aquaduct as i found them so interesting but that is thanks to my personal tour guide giancarlo from nanasqa travel peru who explained everything so well in such good english too!!!

Thank naeus444
Reviewed 20 January 2017

We saw these from the air when going to see the lines, so it was fun to see them on the ground. Quick taxi ride, the entrance fee also covers several other local attractions. The 20-ish wells are very interesting with their spiral walkways, right...More

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