Built atop a mountain high in the Andes, the lost city of Choquequirao is comparable only to Machu Picchu in its beauty, grandeur and architectural accomplishment. Choquequirao, or "cradle of gold" in Quechua, is located 5,000 ft above the roaring waters of the Apurimac River. Marvel at the ancient stone walls that protect the two-leveled palaces and temples. The systems of fountains, canals and aqueducts that fed the farming terraces are still intact. Miles away from the rest of the tourists, this is truly a spectacular hike.
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