The tourist offer that it has is impressive in the cultural and artistic field. It is also present in a nature that offers possibilities in ecotourism, and even ethnological – landscape, and even ethnological – esoteric, and adventure, which to date, are being little or nothing used.
COLONIAL BRIDGE OF CHACACUPE
Built in the seventeenth century, its structure is lime and singing, makes the shape of a semicircular arch, mounted on its solid walls of natural rocks. The bridge is located on the Putimarca river; adjacent to the bridge you can see the foundations of an Inca bridge, and another rails from the time of the republic.
This bridge fulfilled its function for many years giving way to the first coal engines that arrived from Arequipa to Cusco.
the place that occupies us, has name that means nest of eagles, and is located in several tens of meters above the cemetery called “toqoqaqa”. Ancawachana is also a cemetery but of very small dimensions. Seen from the outside, the entrance of this hollow is very narrow and small, going unnoticed to the most acute and penetrating look. In Ancawachana there are no archaeological remains
In the middle of a conglomerate of bones, three valuable pieces of flat Chanapata ceramics were found, they are roughly made by the remains of soot, they belong to a kitchen utensil.
Textile: pieces of white cotton fabric were found with brown stripes and very thin and fine warp. The colors used are blue, cobalt, white, garnet and another.
Mummy: at the bottom of the cave – Ankahuachan cemetery, and leaning against the wall of the rock, a mummy was located in a fetal position. She did not have any clothes, but on the tracks it is noted that being buried if she had it, it is probable that she was inside a funerary basket. In the head of this mummy you can notice some hair and one of the auricular appendages, in the latter you can see the shape of the folds and an earring placed in a large hole made in the lobe; It seems that the earring is made of totora pulp, vegetable leaf or some other similar material.
Strangely dressed with woven mask, big montera of “niwa or seqwinka”, of purple cloth and with prominences until the buttocks, shorts of black cloth, they carry a cumulus of wool of lapaca called “phullas”, which give more game to the movement, they also carry a set of bells tied in the calf, emitting penetrating sounds, and consonants to the rhythm of the dance, in the waist and back they have tied stuffed animals and / or “pukucho” like alpaca, llama, vicuña , zorroz and others that serves them as an ornament and amulet. In the left hand they carry a medium white flag, resting on the shoulder, and in the other hand, they carry the “saqmacho” (rustic wooden mallet).