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Salinas de Maras

Carreta a Maras | calle marquez 231 oficina115, Cusco 00051, Peru
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Maras Moray and Salt Mines Half-Day Tour Including a Picnic
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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“salt pans” (169 reviews)
“salt mines” (273 reviews)
“salt pools” (123 reviews)
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Carreta a Maras | calle marquez 231 oficina115, Cusco 00051, Peru
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

This is a beautiful place of Cusco and I visited on a tour by bike because I love the adventure. It's unique, but also you can visit Moray that is located close to Maras.

Thank Sarah H
Reviewed 28 September 2016

How many different shades of white and grey can fit in one picture? Take a extra battery for your camera and start shooting.

Thank DCJ72
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This was an interesting site ..worth the visit. You can walk along the salt pools and see the different stages of the salt being dried out. We did this without a tourist guide ... you may get more details with a guide.

Thank Judka55
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Another place that is very interesting to visit in Cusco, is the salt mines in Maras and the circular terraces of Moray, which you can visit in just half a day, departing at 9 am and returning at 3 pm, ehimperdible very patchable a place...More

Thank ernestframinway
Reviewed 26 September 2016

This place is really incredible. I liked it so much, expecially walking among the ponds and watching people gather the salt. I even tasted the naturally hot and salty water flowing from the underground. Nice experience and good products to buy.

Thank Riccardo M
Reviewed 26 September 2016

The sale winning area in Maras has been exploited bij the Inca's and is still in use. Small 'salt lakes' that are linked to each other and spread over the valley.

Thank AB_Stb_OZ
Reviewed 25 September 2016

The salineras is a nice place to know, there are little shops to buy some souveniers and salt. Is nice to go with a guide, because they explain how the place works, the types of salt produced there and a lot of nice stuff more.

Thank Ricardo S
Reviewed 25 September 2016

I had no idea what to expect here but was pleasantly surprised. These salt pans go back to the days when the Incans ruled. It is very interesting to see how the salt is harvested.

Thank ppark0927
Reviewed 25 September 2016

The salt mines are amazing to visit. It's a learning experience and you get to walk on the salt but be careful not to fall in. There are many salt items for sale at the location and it's really amazing to see what they make...More

Thank Tobagomagik
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Cool place. Do not go when it's raining or has recently rained. Get a tour guide to explain this location and the types of salt mined.

Thank Sandra M
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Natalie T
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Response from chad n | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are.
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tpishdad
28 March 2017|
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Response from Alaoa | Reviewed this property |
There is 3 types of salt. One for consomption, the second also for your kitchen but larger and the third for your body and health. Bought the 3 rd catégorie 10 soles for 3 kg.
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Response from Bill H | Reviewed this property |
My son and I did a ATV(4wheeler adventure) to the Morays and had a awesome time. The company took care of picking us up from Cuzco and taking us back. This is the way to go, plus you take in the scenery at your own pace and... More
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