Tour to Cantalloc Aqueducts


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Private car
Tour Type:
Nazca Tour
From:7:00 Hrs To 17:00 Hrs

About the Tour

Cantalloc Aqueduct is the name of a great attraction in Nazca. It is located on the way from Nazca to Cusco.

In the Aqueducts of Cantalloc where is open air has an S-shaped to slow down the water flow and prevent from running too fast in times of flooding. The Nazca people also constructed access points, which still now give direct access to clean and also oxygenates the water which is surprisingly fresh.

They knew that water coming down from the Andes was flowing not only in rivers, but also in aquifers, and intelligently tapped into these essential resources. Some even argue that the famous Nazca lines actually point to underground sources of water and that the symbols are hints of what can be found in the arid soil.

Why book this experience?

1. Marvel and walk along the famous aqueducts of Cantalloc.

2. Discover how they could collect water from the groundwater table.


Day Activity You will be picked up from your hotel in Nazca and taken at the designated time in an air-conditioned vehicle to the Aqueducts of Cantalloc a bilingual guide (English/Spanish) will accompany you on this tour.

On the way before to arrive to the water channel we are going to able to stop in a place called Needles to observe in original condition a huge Nazca lines and trapezoids from the top of a little hill.

Afterwards, we will continue visiting the ancient Nazca channels of Cantalloc. On this place we will walk along the enormous spirals holes and also the channels. Our guide will explain how the ancient Nazca people could build all these channels then we will go for a stroll in the surrounding fields to see some crops produced by the Nazca valley.

At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back your hotel in Nazca.


– Meals & Beverages.

Tour to Cantalloc Aqueducts


About Cantalloc Aqueducts

In order to survive, Man has always been smart to adapt to seemingly impossible conditions to live and on this occasion the Nazca people have had to find a way to have access to water in this arid desert climate of Nazca. In the 5th century the aqueducts were built to provide for years round access to water essential for permanent inhabitation and irrigation of the area.

Water running in aquifers was channeled to where it was needed using man-made underground channels. Concentrical paths leading down to these underground channels provided for direct access to the water.

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Accompanied service

Hotel pick- up and drop-off Roundtrip Transportation from your Nazca hotel Bilingual guide (English / Spanish) Entrance Fees (S/. 10.00 per person)


You will be picked up from your hotel

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